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Support mapping and analysis on the inclusion of the ICPD agenda

UNFPA Policy and Strategy Division

10 Sep 2021 Apply now Share
10 Sep 2021 Apply now Share
Background and objectives
We are looking for one motivated Online Volunteer with experience in qualitative analysis and research, who will work with UNFPA's Operational Support and Quality Assurance Branch in conducting a mapping and analysis of the inclusion of the ICPD agenda in Cooperation Frameworks across multiple countries. To this end, the Online Volunteer will be asked to produce the following deliverables: 5 country analysis performed (1 per country) The remaining country analysis supported 1 comparative analysis (report) completed 1 presentation prepared
Public information and reporting
The analysis will be used as a background document for a virtual training on “Strengthening Results-Based Management for Quality Country Programming”. The analysis is of extreme importance as it will be included in the E-resources toolkit on the Cooperation Framework the organization is producing to support field offices in the CF process. The analysis produced by the volunteer will capture strategies to be used by Country Offices worldwide. The work of the Online Volunteer will be acknowledged in the E-toolkit and in the analysis itself.
Volunteers: 5 needed
20+ hours per week / 2 weeks
Candidates need to have strong research, writing and editing skills, and must show examples of past publications/papers. Candidates need have excel skills as well in order to create simple graphics.
English, French

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