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SILAKA has the vision of a prosperous Cambodia society with sustainable development, equal participation from women and men and good governance. SILAKA works in capacity development, good governance and women empowerment. SILAKA also hold the Secretariat of The Committee to Promote Women in Politics (CPWP].
 
SILAKA is looking to recruit a consultant to evaluate projects in the following:
 
1- The Women Voice Again Domestic Violence (WOV)
 
2- Claiming the Rights for Our Sisters (CROS)
 
Requirements:
The selected consultant(s) must have demonstrated knowledge of current evaluation theory and practice and have several years of experience in evaluating development projects, preferably with a focus on Gender in politics and social movement, women transformative leadership, and Gender Based Violence. The consultant should preferably have a good understanding of the Cambodian context and preferably be able to speak both Khmer and English (alternatively demonstrate how language barriers will be
overcome in the data gathering and analysis process].
 
Deadline: February 23, 2016 at 5:00 PM.
Send letter of interest with details CV to:
SILAKA Office: # 55 BC, Street 390, Sangkat Boeun Keng Kang 3, Khan Chamkar Morn, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
 
Tel: (855) 23 217 872/210 902 or (855) 12 792 379
Email: silaka@silaka.org
Full Term of Reference is available at www.silaka.org/job
 

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