Since its establishment, SEAOHUN has expanded network membership from 10 universities in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam to over 95 universities in eight countries, including the four founding countries plus Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, and the Philippines. The expansion was made possible with the support of Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), U.S. Department of State (DOS) through its Lower Mekong Initiative (LMI), and USAID. Our university members come from multiple disciplines connected to the health of humans, animals, and their ecosystem.
On 1 October 2022, SEAOHUN received the “SEAOHUN Transition Award” Cooperative Agreement from USAID. The goal is to develop and strengthen a local One Health workforce with the capacity to prepare, prevent, detect, and respond to infectious disease outbreaks and complex health challenges in the Southeast Asia region. As a part of the award, SEAOHUN has to develop a gender action plan (GAP) informing the technical approach as it relates to gender throughout all project activities to reduce opportunity gaps between men and women or address power differentials to promote gender equity. Recognizing gender as the cross-cutting issue in One Health, it is crucial for SEAOHUN to integrate gender considerations at every level from planning, policy development, program implementation to program evaluation.
The gender action plan should be developed in conjunction with the monitoring, evaluation and learning plan. SEAOHUN upholds the vision of the USAID Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment Policy where women and girls, men and boys, and gender diverse individuals enjoy equal rights and agency; have equitable access to quality education and health care; accumulate and control their own assets; exercise their own voice; and live free from restrictive gender norms and violence.
SCOPE OF WORK
Under the overall supervision of the Executive Director, a Gender Consultant will develop a Gender Action Plan for the SEAOHUN Transition Award that provides technical guidance on integrating gender in all activities and addressing gender disparities in building a gender inclusive and transdisciplinary One Health workforce. The estimated start of the consultancy will be 4 November 2022 and estimated completion date of the consultancy will be 9 December 2022. After receiving an initial briefing of the SEAOHUN Transition Award, the Consultant will
1. Review the SEAOHUN Gender Policy, technical proposal of the SEAOHUN Transition Award, and other related USAID documents to guide the development of Gender Action Plan.
2. Develop the Gender Action Plan, including gender related activities, in consultation with SEAOHUN Secretariat team
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HOW TO APPLY
Applicants should submit the following documents to email@example.com using the subject line “Apply for Gender Consultant” by 31 October 2022.
1. Letter stating how s/he is a suitable consultant
2. Resume or Curriculum Vitae detailing experience from similar projects as well as the contact details
3. Technical proposal of how to carry out the required assignment
4. Financial proposal, including a daily rate and a number of days
Applicants will be evaluated against their experience (20%), technical proposal (50%), and financial proposal (30%).
All inquiries regarding the TOR should be directed to Vipat Kuruchittham at firstname.lastname@example.org
SEAOHUN is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, language, religion, ethnicity, disability, age, sexual orientation and gender identity. SEAOHUN prohibits the use of forced labor and trafficking in persons and does not charge any fees from applicants. While we respect all applications, only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted.