UNFPA is seeking to hire consultants to conduct evaluation of its programme in relation to the following thematic areas: (1) Family planning; (2) Midwifery; (3) Youth and comprehensive sexuality education; (4) Gender-based violence/violence against women; and (5) Decentralization and Deconcentration (D&D) Reform.
|Assignment: Multiple assignments|
|Contract type: Special Service Agreement|
|Duty Station: UNFPA Office, Phnom Penh|
|Deadline: 18 April 2014 (17.00 hours Local Time)|
The purpose of the thematic evaluations is to generate in-depth and focused knowledge, evidence, lessons learnt and good practices and useful recommendations related to these thematic areas and to provide direction to UNFPA CO if the current level of interventions are adequate or any adjustments or refinements should be made especially during the upcoming formulation of the Country Programme 2016-2018.
Individuals may wish to express their interest on one or more of the above thematic areas by stating clearly in the letter of expression of interest (in the subject line) which thematic area(s) s/he would like to apply for. Submission of at least two samples of previous writing/publications are required as part of the application.
How to apply:
Applications must be supported with a motivation letter, UN Personal History Form (P11), detailed CV, samples of writing and key relevant certificates. The sealed application should be addressed directly to Dr. Derveeuw Marc G. L., Representative, UNFPA, No. 225, Street Pasteur, Boeng Keng Kang 1, Chamkar Mon, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The P11 Form and Terms of Reference can be obtained via email (email@example.com) or UNFPA Website (http://countryoffice.unfpa.org/cambodia). Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. UNFPA retains the right to contact referees directly.
There is no application, processing or other fee at any stage of the application process. UNFPA does not solicit or screen for information in respect of HIV or AIDS and does not discriminate on the basis of HIV status.
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