IFC is seeking a researcher/monitoring and evaluation (M&E) specialist to evaluate the impact of workplace responses to family and sexual violence (FSV) in Papua New Guinea from FY2020–2022.
IFC is seeking a short-term consultant with the following qualifications:
- Master’s degree or equivalent in economics, statistics, development, business or another relevant field
- experience leading M&E activities on gender related programs
- experience completing complex data analysis and working with large data sets to identify trends and to answer complex questions
- experience producing high-quality written reports
- experience working in Papua New Guinea is desirable
- willingness and ability to travel to Papua New Guinea
- over 10 years of relevant work experience.
The consultant will be engaged for up to 50 days between 23 August 2019 and June 30, 2020.
For more information, refer to the Terms of Reference for this consultancy.
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, creates opportunity for people to escape poverty and improve their lives. IFC promotes ‘gender-smart’ solutions as a key pathway and outcome of sustainable economic growth.
In Papua New Guinea in 2014, with support from the Australian Government, IFC helped to establish the Business Coalition for Women (BCFW) as a registered local membership-based organisation. BCFW works primarily with and for the private sector to drive positive change for women and businesses. With IFC technical and funding support, BCFW developed a range of practical business tools, services and resources to help members, including a package of services to support a structured workplace response to FSV – a barrier to women and men’s workforce participation.