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International consultant to conduct a gender analysis and develop gender action plan for UXO Portfolio 2022 - 2026 of UNDP Lao PDR
|Lieu :||Vientiane or Home-Based, Laos|
|Date limite de candidature :||12-Oct-22 (Minuit New York, États-Unis)|
|Catégorie supplémentaire :||Égalité des sexes|
|Type de contrat :||Individual Contract|
|Niveau du poste :||International Consultant|
|Langues requises :||Anglais|
|Date de commencement :|
(date à laquelle le candidat sélectionné doit commencer)
|Durée du contrat initial||50 working days|
|Durée prévue de la mission :||November 2022 - January 2023|
Le PNUD s’engage à recruter un personnel divers en termes de genre, de nationalité et de culture. Nous encourageons de même les personnes issues des minorités ethniques, des communautés autochtones ou handicapées à postuler. Toutes les candidatures seront traitées dans la plus stricte confidentialité.
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Guided by the global UNDP Strategic Plan (2022 – 2025) and UNDP Country Programme Document (CPD) for Lao PDR (2022 – 2026), UNDP in Lao PDR works closely with the line Ministries, mass organizations, civil society, development partners, and the private sector at both national and international levels in pursuit of the national socio-economic development priorities defined in Lao PDR’s five-year National Socio-Economic Development Plan (NSEDP) and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The UNDP’s work is strongly focused on the provision of policy advice and technical support to the Government of Lao PDR in the design and implementation of national legislation and strategies across four broad Priority Pillars – (1) inclusive growth and reduced inequalities, (2) UXO clearance and risk education, (3) natural resources, climate change and disaster risk reduction, as well as (4) effective, responsive, and accountable governance.
Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR) is, per capita, the most heavily bombed country in the world. More than forty years after the end of the 1964-1973 Indochina Conflict, Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) remains a major humanitarian and socioeconomic challenge to the country, causing deaths and injuries, limiting access to potentially productive land, and adding substantial costs to processes of development. The Government of Lao PDR has been active in the process of clearance since shortly after the conflict. Lao PDR has advocated for the Convention on Cluster Munitions (CCM) and hosted the first Meeting of States Parties in 2010. It also embraced the UXO issue as a key development matter by locally establishing the Sustainable Development Goal 18 (SDG18), “Lives Safe from UXO”.
The UXO sector in Lao PDR consists of the National Regulatory Authority (NRA), Lao national Unexploded Ordnance Programme (UXO Lao), humanitarian operators (INGOs), several accredited commercial companies providing UXO services, and humanitarian clearance teams within the Lao People’s Army. The overall coordination / lead from the Government side is mandated to rest with Ministry of Labour & Social Welfare (MLSW) and the Minister is also the Chairperson of the UXO Sector Working Group and NRA Board.
UNDP is the leading development partner in supporting the UXO sector in Lao PDR, since mid-1990s. UNDP with other partners have helped create the two key state institutions in UXO sector – UXO Lao and the NRA, and have been supporting the capacity development of these institutions from the beginning. UNDP serves as Co-Chair of the UXO Sector Working Group, together with the MLSW and the United States. The Government of Lao PDR, with support from UNDP, finalized and endorsed a new long-term sector strategy, Safe Path Forward III (2021-2030) and is in the process of developing associated implementation/work plan (UXO Sector 5-year Work Plan) The Government of Lao PDR and UNDP launched a new strategic Programme, Supporting Effectiveness and Efficiency in the UXO Sector to contribute to the achievement of SDG 18 and Safe Path Forward III (SPF III), 2022- (2022-2026) that will provide the programmatic and technical support necessary for the national institutions within the UXO sector (NRA and UXO Lao) to pursue the targets set out in the Sector Strategy (SPFIII) and UXO Sector Five Year Work Plan 2022-2026.
UNDP support to the UXO sector in Lao PDR has focused on two axes, notably: 1) support to strengthening the capacity and technical competency of the National Regulatory Authority, to be able to oversee and steer the sector in pursuance of national strategic goals and obtaining Lao PDR’s unique UXO Action Sustainable Development Goal, SDG 18: Lives Safe from UXO. 2) To provide capacity support for survey and clearance, through support to UXO Lao and the Humanitarian teams of the Lao People’s Army (Unit 58), thus hastening progress towards clearance in impacted communities.
The objective of the consultancy will be to conduct a gender analysis of the UXO sector in areas where UNDP supports the decision-making process, UXO risk education, survey and clearance, and subsequently assess the impact as well as obstacles of women’s engagement in the sector. As a result of a thorough gender analysis, the consultant will use it as the main input for setting effective measures to eliminate gender disparities, integrating a gender perspective into the UXO programme, developing gender-responsive and effective interventions to address gender inequality and meet the different needs of women and men, and ensure female participation in all elements of the UXO programme, engagement in the decision-making process, females in leadership positions and etc.
Devoirs et responsabilités
SCOPE OF WORK
The consultant should undertake a comprehensive desk review of all relevant project documents and other examples of Gender Analysis of UXO and Mine Action sector during the inception phase. The inception report should bring together learning from previous experiences in the country, and in other UXO and Mine Action contexts. The report should also clearly detail the methodology including a literature review, sampling (both criteria for geographical location and sample size of respondents) and primary data collection tools. The inception report should be presented to a committee comprising of NRA and UNDP UXO Unit staff to ensure the work will be meeting the clients’ expectations. The inception report should include an activity plan, detailing expected activities against an anticipated timeline.
Field research, undertaken in Lao PDR by the consultant, should be undertaken in UNDP programme areas, Xiengkhouang and Bolikhamxai provinces, or other areas, if necessary. A short weekly progress report should be submitted to the consultancy supervisor to update the client on progress, and to enable the client to assist should there be any logistical challenges or blockages. The report should report against the timeline as drafted in the inception report. The draft report should detail the objectives of the study, the methodology, approach, and findings of each of the impact assessments (pre-clearance and post-clearance) as well as a comparison against a control. Annexes should include questionnaires, as well as details of communities and individuals consulted.
The final report should also detail clearly the gender disparities and inequalities at the central and local levels in the sector. The underlying causes of gender inequalities should be clearly qualified and demonstrated with examples. Further, the report should detail specific recommendations and action plans for UNDP and the wider sector with a view to minimizing the gender disparities and inequalities and maximizing women’s engagement in the sector. The recommended action plan should be achievable and appropriate to the Lao context. As the inception report, the final report should be presented to the client for review and a possible shift in emphasis, if required.
UNDP will hire a national consultant to act as a research assistant and interpreter/translator for a period of 40 days on a separate consultancy contract.
The successful applicant will be expected to be responsible for the following:
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Task 1: Conduct a gender analysis of the UXO Programme
Task 2: Develop the gender action plan for the UXO Programme.
Qualifications et expériences requises
LANGUAGE : Fluency in English is required
Requirements for submission of proposals
All interested and qualified International or National Independent Consultant should apply on-line using the following links:
UNDP Lao PDR Country Office website at https://www.undp.org/laopdr/jobs
In order to make your submission, please read the relevant documents available on the link below
1. TOR RPS_278_2022 (Annex I)
4. P11 Form
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