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Overview of Position
Strengthening Somalia Institutions for Public Works (SSIPWP) project is a key initiative in developing the capacity of the Ministry of Public Works, Reconstruction and Housing, the State level Ministries and Banadir Regional Administration (BRA) to enable them independently plan, design, manage and oversee infrastructure and public works projects. Gender mainstreaming in infrastructure projects is one of the key objectives of the SSIPWP project. Improving the lives and opportunities for women and girls is an explicated goal for the project. The SSIPWP envisioned that women and girls must be considered as equal beneficiaries of the project activities. Often infrastructure projects assume that women will benefit equally as men without due acknowledgement of full range of social and economic conditions and needs between men and women.
SSIPWP is planning to conduct a workshop whose purpose is to raise awareness, promote women’s equality and develop guidelines for infrastructure project to take into account gender perspectives in project planning, design and implementations.
The SSIPWP project, thus, is seeking a qualified consultant to facilitate the three-day Gender Mainstreaming workshop and develop a guidance document for gender considerations in infrastructure projects.
The specific objectives of the gender-mainstreaming workshop are:
The gender-mainstreaming specialist will be reporting to the Head of Programme.
• Master’s degree in Project Management, Business Administration, International Relations, Political/Security/Development Studies, or other relevant discipline with a strong focus on gender and/or inter-sectional studies
• Bachelor’s degree in combination with an additional two years of relevant professional experience in Gender Programming, Project Management, Business Administration, International Relations, Political/Security/Development issues, or a related field may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree
• A relevant combination of academic credentials and/or industry certifications and qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the university education.
• Fluent in written and spoken in Somali and English
• Knowledge and experience in gender and issues facing women and men in participating and benefiting infrastructure projects
• Demonstrated high level experience in facilitating participatory workshops
• Demonstrated experience in gender-related guidance and action plan development in the development sector and infrastructure projects
Geographical experience: Required/not required.
• Knowledge and understand gender context in Somalia, relevant in infrastructure projects working with Somalia ministries.
This role does not require team management
Qualified female candidates are highly encouraged to apply.
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