Consultancy Final Evaluation Maputo Protocol

About Search for Common Ground
Search for Common Ground’s (SFCG) mission is to transform the way individuals, organizations, and governments deal with conflict, away from adversarial approaches and towards collaborative solutions. Headquartered in Washington DC, USA, and Brussels, Belgium with field offices in 35 countries, we design and implement multifaceted programs that aim to transform conflict. We seek to help conflicting parties understand their differences and act on their commonalities. SFCG has been working in Angola since 1996, in the DRC since 2001, and in Tanzania since 2010, working with a wide array of tools to support positive social change in the region.
About the project
Angola, DRC, and Tanzania have committed to respect international regulations on the promotion of women’s rights. Yet practices that reinforce gender norms based on women’s inferiority are still widespread in all three countries. The project “Supporting the implementation of the Maputo Protocol in Angola, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Tanzania” is implemented by Search for Common Ground (SFCG) with the overall goal to support the implementation of the Maputo Protocol in Angola, DRC and Tanzania. 
For more details on the Terms of Reference click on the link below.
To apply, interested candidates (individuals or teams) are requested to submit the following documents: 
• Curriculum vitae;
• Short biography/ies of the candidate(s);
• A technical proposal proposing a methodology for the evaluation;
• A financial proposal for the completion of the aforementioned deliverables;
• A copy of one evaluation conducted by the candidate(s) in English.
Applications must be submitted by email before 25 June 2015 to, with in copy, indicating the following email subject title “Consultancy Final Evaluation Maputo Protocol”.
Candidates will be evaluated by SFCG based on the following selection criteria:
• Technical proposal;
• Financial proposal;
• Experience and expertise of the consultant in DME and the project’s thematic;
• Fluency in English and French (and other preferred languages).

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