United Nations Pakistan, Multiple Cities, Pakistan
Purpose of the consultancy:
The GBViE Analyst shall:
- provide technical assistance and coordinate interventions, to support the government departments and implementing partners in the relevant provinces on gender, GBV, and Psychosocial support.
The GBViE Analyst will make good use of tools such as IASC’s Guidelines for Integrating Gender-based Violence Interventions in Humanitarian Action – Reducing Risk, Promoting Resilience, and Aiding Recovery, the GBV Area of Responsibility’s GBV Coordination Handbook, UNFPA’s Managing GBV Programmes in Emergencies Guide and Minimum Standards for Addressing GBV in Emergencies – to facilitate planning, coordination, monitoring and evaluation of inter-agency GBV initiatives.
Main Tasks and Responsibilities
- Take a proactive role in identifying the relevant implementing partners and the development and implementation of the work plans in consultation with CO gender/GBV team and in line with the CO Flood Response Plan for the achievement of results associated.
- Ensure the quality and timeliness of the annual work-plan and its compliance and ensure that all programme activities, as detailed in the work-plan, are implemented to the highest standard of quality;
- Submit regular progress report, field visit reports identifying the needs, challenges and good practices from the field.
- Ensure timely and quality reporting related to the humanitarian interventions concerning and ensure that the annual programme progress report and final programme analysis report are prepared and submitted in a timely manner by partners and to the highest standard of quality.
· Support the development of the inter-agency GBV capacity development plan that meets the needs and priorities of national and local stakeholders to facilitate implementation of agreed work plan.
- Technically support and provide inputs to various coordination forums such as the GBV sub-working group
- Support the identification of the existing capacities and identify training needs for staff, subsector members and implementing partners;
- Support the adaptation of the existing training materials according to local context and ensure implementing partners’ access to relevant training sessions;
- Support efforts to strengthen the capacity of sub-working group members on planning and responding to GBV in emergencies and on safe and ethical GBV information management;
- Consolidate existing assessments on the GBV situation and/or work with relevant agencies to conduct relevant participatory analyses of GBV risks and response and referral pathways;
- Undertake new assessment missions as necessary/appropriate to determine the magnitude and scope of GBV and identify strategic inter-sectoral approaches for addressing it;
- Support follow-up of the general humanitarian situation in relevant province by regularly gathering information on psychosocial support and gender based violence concerns of women, girls among flood effected communities.
- Support implementation of necessary psychosocial support and GBV needs assessments as appropriate
- Support development & follow-up of GBV-related activities, implementation
- Provide programmatic support to IPs on the ground in relation to their respective GBV-related interventions and activities;
- Support monitoring of UNFPA’s activities including the supplies and commodities distributed to affected communities, and through the different UNFPA programmatic locations.
- Participate in the different coordination meetings ensuring that RH, SRH, youth, and GBV issues are taken into consideration and integrated wherever possible.
- Liaise with other working groups e.g. RH, Health, protection etc.) to ensure a multi-sectoral approach for GBV support in documenting good practices and approaches.
- Identify advocacy priorities at the provincial level in collaboration with the CO gender/GBV team and coordinate the discussions with government departments and policy makers for influencing policy and decision makers to increase investment on gender and GBV interventions to strengthen prevention and response mechanism and legislations on GBV.
- Proactive identification of opportunities that facilitate the identification for needs of women and girls from the flood effected areas.
- Effective liaison in bringing and supporting sector wide UNFPA leadership in gender/GBV by catalyzing strong linkages between women groups, women machinery and other provincial departments, CSOs and humanitarian stakeholders to accelerate achievement of gender/GBV commitments and SDG targets.
- Parliamentary Caucus to form a coalition to create support for issues concerning GBV.
· Contribute with communication team to publicizing UNFPA’s GBV work through press releases, articles, documentaries, etc, keep in consideration the guiding principles of working with survivors of violence
Duration and working schedule:
2 months – November-December 2022 (with a possibility of extension based on satisfactory performance and successful programme delivery and availability of funding)
The GBViE Analyst, will report to Program Analyst GBViE S/he will maintain collaborative relationship with GBViE provincial Focal Person. S/he will maintain collaborative relationship with UNFPA CO Gender/GBV Team.
Islamabad and within the province as needed
Advanced University Degree or equivalent in gender studies, development studies, international development, human rights/law or other related social sciences
Knowledge and Experience:
· Five years of increasingly responsible professional experience in planning, implementation, coordination and management of development programmes and projects specially on gender and GBV;
- Technical knowledge and experience of working on the issues of GBV;
- Understanding and experience of working with government, women machinery and parliamentary mechanisms, processes and policy making, and of the political environment.
- Excellent understanding of the local context.
- Proven track record of building and nurturing relationships and influencing external stakeholder agendas.
- Strong communications and writing skills in English.
- Proficiency in current office software applications, such as Word, Excel and Power point; familiarity and experience using online communication tools; overall internet literacy.
Fluency in English and Urdu. Knowledge of local language is an asset.
First Shift (Day)
Karachi, Lahore, Quetta, Pakistan
Advanced University Degree or equivalent in gender studies, development studies, international development, human rights/law or other related social sciences.
5 Years (• Five years of increasingly responsible professional experience in planning, implementation, coordination and management of development programmes and projects specially on gender and GBV;)
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