Share-Net International will arrange its second Co-Creation Conference. This conference will be hosted by Share-Net Bangladesh which aims to translate knowledge and evidence into products that can be used to improve policy and practice around SRHR themes.
To assist in the second SNI Co-Creation Conference, Share-Net International and Share-Net Bangladesh are seeking the services of a consultant. This consultant is going to perform mapping analysis and write a narrative review on the topic ‘SRHR for Adolescents and Youth’, to assist in the development of content for the CCC. The contractor is allowed to subcontract others to do the job. Please download the Terms of Reference for complete information on eligibility, deliverables, and how to apply.
What we are looking for:
1. Five years of professional experiences, in the field of public health and SRHR & Gender, especially on adolescents and youth, in low- and middle-income countries
2. At least a master level degree in social sciences, public health or related discipline
3. Experience doing qualitative research
4. Knowledge of and experience with international development and/or Sexual and Reproductive Health
and Rights and/or gender equality.
5. Affinity with Share-Net International’s mission and vision.
6. Excellent communication and organisational skills, including the ability to plan and prioritize work duties.
7. Publications on the issues of sexual and reproductive health, adolescents’ SRHR will be given priorities
8. Proficient in spoken/written English.
As time is tight, we encourage the applicants to form a consultancy team to work on this project. The consultant(s) have between 25-30 days (in total, including attending the iCoP and CCCom meetings and the Conference itself) to conduct the narrative review. The expecting starting date will be mid-August. The consultant(s) are expected to have an active role during the SNI Co-Creation Conference and to present their results there. The dates of the conference are still to be confirmed. The consultant(s) need to work from home and need to use online platforms to participate meetings.
HOW TO APPLY
Please follow the link given in the Terms of Reference to submit your proposal (that includes proposed timeline and budget) and your CV(s).
Deadline for submitting proposal is 5th August 2020.
The Conference Coordination Committee (CCCom) will assess the applications. Applicants will be informed of their
application status after 15th August. Short-listed applicants will be contacted for short interview before finalising.