The Ministry of Women’s Affairs is currently carrying out the Cambodia Gender Assessment (CGA) as part of the five- yearly planning process of the RGC. The CGA will feed into the formulation of Neary Ratanak IV and the NSDP 2014 – 18. UNFPA is seeking an appropriately qualified consultant for an assignment of maximum 30 working days to draft the CGA chapter on Gender and Health.
Main Tasks and Responsibilities:
. Develop an inception report and workplan for the assignment for approval by UNFPA
. Based on literature review, data analysis and key informants, identify key trends, issues and directions
. Draft the Gender and Health chapter and finalize with inputs from UNFPA, peer review and stakeholders
. Participate in validation and consultation meetings with stakeholders as requested by MOWA and UNFPA
. At least seven years experience of conducting relevant research
. Proven track record in publishing relevant policy research or situation analysis
. Experience in applying gender analysis and concepts to public health topics
. Proven ability to collaborate with government agencies, UN agencies and other stakeholders
. Proven ability to work flexible, independently and to multi-task in multi-cultural setting
. Excellent English communications skills, both written and verbal
. Master’s degree in a relevant academic discipline such as public health, epidemiology or social sciences
. Up to date knowledge of gender issues/ health sector preferred, Khmer language skills are an advantage
How to apply
The detailed Terms of Reference for this assignment, including UN Personal History Form (P11), can be obtained from: http://countryoffice.unfpa.org/cambodia or via email [email protected]. Individuals meeting the stated criteria are invited to apply by sending the duly completed P11 form and detailed CV clearly marked on an envelope as “Consultant for Gender and Health Chapter of CGA” to Dr. Derveeuw Marc G. L., UNFPA Representative, House 225, Street Pasteur, Boeng Keng Kang 1, Chamkar Mon, Phnom Penh, Cambodia by 27 September 2013.
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.