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To apply, interested persons should upload the combined* Technical Proposal/Methodology (if applicable), CV and Offeror’s Letter to “UNDP Jobs” by navigating to the link below and clicking “APPLY NOW”, no later than the date indicated on the “UNDP Jobs” website. Applications submitted via email will not be accepted**: -
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NOTE: The Financial Proposal should not be uploaded to “UNDP Jobs”**.
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The physical impacts of climate change and natural hazards are being seen to compound pervasive structural inequalities and socioeconomic vulnerabilities since gender equality and human rights are given insufficient consideration required in climate change mitigation and adaptation, and in disaster risk, recovery, and response. While this is a general pattern where women and girls face a disparity in terms of (amongst other things) access to economic participation, nuances exist in each country in the needs and vulnerabilities of women, men, girls, and boys, which warrant more detailed investigation and articulation.
Women and men typically respond and react differently in the various stages of disasters and recovery; and the groups with the least knowledge and capacity to take short-term measures to limit impacts from climate-related disasters are often the most affected. EnGenDER seeks to further integrate gender equality and human-rights based approaches into disaster risk reduction (DRR), climate change (CC) adaptation and environmental management frameworks and interventions and identify and address some of the gaps to ensure equal access to DRR and climate change and environment solutions for both men, women, boys and girls in nine Caribbean countries (Antigua and Barbuda, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Saint Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Suriname). Appreciating that the 9 participating Caribbean countries are at different stages of removing barriers to gender quality and integrating gender-based analysis into climate change, as well as recovery, this project aims to ensure that climate change and disaster risk reduction actions are better informed by an analysis of gender inequalities, and decisions are taken to ensure that inequalities are alleviated rather than exacerbated.
The ultimate outcome of the project is to improve climate resilience for women and girls, key vulnerable populations, and for future generations to come across the Caribbean region. In doing so, a key component of the EnGenDER project is to provide technical assistance in the development of communication outputs which enhance the overall visibility of the project’s intended outcomes across the Climate Change, Disaster Recovery and Gender components. This includes improving the project’s communication efforts to ensure the effective capturing of stories (via press releases, videos, and other communication outputs) across all the project activities. In addition to reporting and sharing information on the project’s impact on the lives and livelihoods of the project beneficiaries across all the EnGenDER participating countries. The execution of this activity therefore involves the implementation of a series of communication outputs at the country and project level and hence is a key component of the EnGenDER Project. Added to this the UNDP EnGenDER Project Management Unit (PMU) has been tasked with the overall responsibility to oversee and manage all communication efforts related to the EnGenDER project. The Communications Consultant will therefore be responsible for providing technical support to the PMU in successfully delivering on all the above objectives.
In providing such technical support, the EnGenDER Communication Consultant is expected to drive the execution and implementation of the communications activities across the EnGenDER Project to ensure that the project’s communication and visibility objectives are effectively met. Of important note, the EnGenDER Communications Consultant must work closely with the Technical Specialist for Climate Change, Disaster Recovery and Gender Equality in-addition to the Communications Team within the UNDP MCO for Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean to ensure all communication outputs and products produced under the scope of this assignment meet the project’s, donors and UNDP’s communication, visibility, and branding requirements.