An exciting PMEL opportunity to support the Count Me In! Consortium in consolidating our learnings and help us dive deeper into key areas for learning and advocacy. Applications due 6 December 2019.
Who are we?
The Count Me In! Consortium works to create safe and enabling environments for feminist activism globally. Together we are:Mama Cash in partnership with the sex worker-led Red Umbrella Fund (RUF); the Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID); CREA; Just Associates (JASS); and the Urgent Action Fund Africa (UAF-A) along with her sister funds in the United States (UAF) and in Latin America (UAF-LAC). The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA), the funder, is also a strategic partner along with WO=MEN, our lobbying partner.
What do we believe in?
Our theory of change contends that self-led feminist organisations and women human rights defenders play a catalysing role in bringing an end to inequality and injustice experienced by millions worldwide. We support feminist activists and movements with capacity building support, knowledge building and strategic communications, direct lobbying and advocacy, core funding and rapid response grants.
What are we looking for?
After almost four years of collectively monitoring and evaluating progress against our Theory of Change, CMI! is now seeking to consolidate learnings from existing data, and to dive deeper into a number of key areas, with a view to producing a clear and compelling narrative about the outcomes and impact of the Consortium for the final year of our programme. As a result we are looking for a consultant to:
- Help coordinate and support several of our PMEL projects
- Drive CMI!’s PMEL agenda to meet defined learning and advocacy objectives
- Connecting LME to advocacy and to CMI! communications and fundraising work
A maximum budget of €60,000 (inc. VAT) is available for the project. Ideally the successful applicant is based in The Netherlands and able to work in person with our staff at the Mama Cash office in Amsterdam. Remote-working can be considered if the consultant is available to participate in regular online meetings during working hours CET and able to travel to Amsterdam (and at least one other location) on minimal two occasions to participate in meetings/workshops.
See attached the Terms of Reference for this exciting one-year consultancy beginning in December 2019.
For any questions or further information/documentation associated with the ToR, please contact Daphne Zwaaneveld, CMI! Programme Coordinator, via email@example.com.