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IPPF occasionally engages the services of consultants for specialist and discreet pieces of work.

Consultants are typically engaged on a short term basis against agreed terms of reference.

Consultants are required to:

  • Have professional indemnity and / or Public Liability Insurance
  • Have appropriate trade / professional membership
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jobs and opportunities

| 17 May 2024

Consultancy on European donor countries’ funding on SRHR interlinked with climate adaptation and resilience

The purpose of the consultancy is to deepen the Consortium’s analysis on how investments in SRHR contribute to achieving outcomes in interlinked donor priority sectors, such as climate adaptation and resilience and provide best practices around this. Consultants will support the Countdown 2030 Europe consortium with the following tasks: Research and analysis: Current state of policy framework of European countries (13 countries + the European Union) around SRHR in connection with climate (focusing in particular on adaptation and resilience); Current state of funding from European donor countries and the EU targeting SRHR in connection with climate adaptation and resilience; Good practices / case studies at funding level: concrete examples of what it looks like in practice to have funding programmes/frameworks around SRHR interlinked with climate adaptation and resilience, taking some European donor governments-funded projects as examples. This can be extracted by from the annual policy and financing tracking that Consortium partners undertake, or from other studies produced (e.g. on EU funding in Nicaragua, Danish funding, etc.)   Development of (communications) materials: Report: a 10-page report analysing the current European policy and funding landscape around SRHR in connection with climate, particularly focusing on adaptation and resilience. Good practices factsheet: a 5-pager factsheet on case studies (number to be defined) highlighting good practices of programmes/projects around SRHR in its interlinkage climate adaptation and resilience. Summary Factsheet: a 2-pager factsheet summarising the key findings presented in the report and case studies.   Please send a CV outlining relevant expertise (including past examples of similar work) and an offer with suggested number of days and budget proposal by Sunday 2nd June to Chiara Cosentino (ccosentino[at]ippf.org). More information below in our ToR.

jobs_and_opportunities

| 17 May 2024

Consultancy on European donor countries’ funding on SRHR interlinked with climate adaptation and resilience

The purpose of the consultancy is to deepen the Consortium’s analysis on how investments in SRHR contribute to achieving outcomes in interlinked donor priority sectors, such as climate adaptation and resilience and provide best practices around this. Consultants will support the Countdown 2030 Europe consortium with the following tasks: Research and analysis: Current state of policy framework of European countries (13 countries + the European Union) around SRHR in connection with climate (focusing in particular on adaptation and resilience); Current state of funding from European donor countries and the EU targeting SRHR in connection with climate adaptation and resilience; Good practices / case studies at funding level: concrete examples of what it looks like in practice to have funding programmes/frameworks around SRHR interlinked with climate adaptation and resilience, taking some European donor governments-funded projects as examples. This can be extracted by from the annual policy and financing tracking that Consortium partners undertake, or from other studies produced (e.g. on EU funding in Nicaragua, Danish funding, etc.)   Development of (communications) materials: Report: a 10-page report analysing the current European policy and funding landscape around SRHR in connection with climate, particularly focusing on adaptation and resilience. Good practices factsheet: a 5-pager factsheet on case studies (number to be defined) highlighting good practices of programmes/projects around SRHR in its interlinkage climate adaptation and resilience. Summary Factsheet: a 2-pager factsheet summarising the key findings presented in the report and case studies.   Please send a CV outlining relevant expertise (including past examples of similar work) and an offer with suggested number of days and budget proposal by Sunday 2nd June to Chiara Cosentino (ccosentino[at]ippf.org). More information below in our ToR.

jobs and opportunities

| 17 May 2024

Consultancy on European donor countries’ funding on SRHR interlinked with climate adaptation and resilience

The purpose of the consultancy is to deepen the Consortium’s analysis on how investments in SRHR contribute to achieving outcomes in interlinked donor priority sectors, such as climate adaptation and resilience and provide best practices around this. Consultants will support the Countdown 2030 Europe consortium with the following tasks: Research and analysis: Current state of policy framework of European countries (13 countries + the European Union) around SRHR in connection with climate (focusing in particular on adaptation and resilience); Current state of funding from European donor countries and the EU targeting SRHR in connection with climate adaptation and resilience; Good practices / case studies at funding level: concrete examples of what it looks like in practice to have funding programmes/frameworks around SRHR interlinked with climate adaptation and resilience, taking some European donor governments-funded projects as examples. This can be extracted by from the annual policy and financing tracking that Consortium partners undertake, or from other studies produced (e.g. on EU funding in Nicaragua, Danish funding, etc.)   Development of (communications) materials: Report: a 10-page report analysing the current European policy and funding landscape around SRHR in connection with climate, particularly focusing on adaptation and resilience. Good practices factsheet: a 5-pager factsheet on case studies (number to be defined) highlighting good practices of programmes/projects around SRHR in its interlinkage climate adaptation and resilience. Summary Factsheet: a 2-pager factsheet summarising the key findings presented in the report and case studies.   Please send a CV outlining relevant expertise (including past examples of similar work) and an offer with suggested number of days and budget proposal by Sunday 2nd June to Chiara Cosentino (ccosentino[at]ippf.org). More information below in our ToR.

jobs_and_opportunities

| 17 May 2024

Consultancy on European donor countries’ funding on SRHR interlinked with climate adaptation and resilience

The purpose of the consultancy is to deepen the Consortium’s analysis on how investments in SRHR contribute to achieving outcomes in interlinked donor priority sectors, such as climate adaptation and resilience and provide best practices around this. Consultants will support the Countdown 2030 Europe consortium with the following tasks: Research and analysis: Current state of policy framework of European countries (13 countries + the European Union) around SRHR in connection with climate (focusing in particular on adaptation and resilience); Current state of funding from European donor countries and the EU targeting SRHR in connection with climate adaptation and resilience; Good practices / case studies at funding level: concrete examples of what it looks like in practice to have funding programmes/frameworks around SRHR interlinked with climate adaptation and resilience, taking some European donor governments-funded projects as examples. This can be extracted by from the annual policy and financing tracking that Consortium partners undertake, or from other studies produced (e.g. on EU funding in Nicaragua, Danish funding, etc.)   Development of (communications) materials: Report: a 10-page report analysing the current European policy and funding landscape around SRHR in connection with climate, particularly focusing on adaptation and resilience. Good practices factsheet: a 5-pager factsheet on case studies (number to be defined) highlighting good practices of programmes/projects around SRHR in its interlinkage climate adaptation and resilience. Summary Factsheet: a 2-pager factsheet summarising the key findings presented in the report and case studies.   Please send a CV outlining relevant expertise (including past examples of similar work) and an offer with suggested number of days and budget proposal by Sunday 2nd June to Chiara Cosentino (ccosentino[at]ippf.org). More information below in our ToR.

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