Call for consultancy tenders: Consultancy for a Research on the National Nuances of the UNFCCC Gender Action Plan: Ethiopia Case Study

29th July 2021

Location:                                        Home-based, no travel expected

Type of Contract:                           Consultancy

Languages Required:                    English

Experience required:                     3-4 years of experience with climate justice and/or gender justice

Consultancy start target date:     as soon as possible

Duration of Contract:                     25 days over a 3-month period

Application deadline:                   15/08/2021


ACT Alliance would like to engage a consultant for a Research on the National Nuances of the UNFCCC Gender Action Plan: Ethiopia Case Study. See vacancy advert and ToR: Consultancy vacancy-tender-Climate&GenderJustice-2021-07

ACT Alliance’s structure is unique, with national, sub-regional and regional forums that bring local, national, regional and international church-related organisations to work together under the same principles and standards, bringing different skills and expertise to support each other and leverage collective action in humanitarian, development and advocacy engagement. Thanks to the presence of national ACT Forums in over 50 countries, and of its global secretariat in several strategic locations (Geneva, New York, Nairobi, Bangkok, Amman, Brussels, Toronto and San Salvador), ACT Alliance is able to bring local and regional concerns to the global arena. Conversely, global trends and development can be transmitted to the regional and national levels using these structures. 

With a view to furthering and ensuring synergies in ACT’s Climate Justice & Gender Justice work and taking into account the importance of the UNFCCC enhanced five-year Lima work programme on gender and its gender action, we seek the support of a Consultant/Consultancy Firm to help the ACT Alliance and its members in understanding how the UNFCCC Gender Action Plan (GAP) can be put into practice and how it fits wider priorities on climate finance for adaptation. The idea would be to flesh out how the GAP can be used at national level to ensure that access to climate funding contributes both to climate and gender justice (in cases such as those related to livelihoods and food security/sovereignty). 

Tender process
Only registered consultants or companies shall be considered. Qualified and interested parties should send their tender application to:  by 24.00 CET 15/08/2021.

In your tender, please include:

  • Expression of Interest, including time estimation
  • CV of the consultant
  • Justification of consultancy or company registration.
  • Samples of/or links to previous consultancy work completed.
  • List of 3 professional reference persons
  • Financial offer: gross daily rate for the consultancy in USD, EURO or CHF – including administrative overheads, taxes and charges.

Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

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