International Consultant to Conduct an Analysis of Gender Equality, Disabilities, and Social Inclusion in Cambodia’s Knowledge Sector and Policy Processes

Location: Cambodia
Program area: Good Governance
Deadline: April 12, 2024
Type: Independent contractor

With support from the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), The Asia Foundation is implementing the Ponlok Chomnes II: Data and Dialogue for Development in Cambodia program between July 2023 and June 2027. One end-of-program outcome is that by 2027, select public policy processes involving inclusive dialogue will be informed by diverse and credible evidence.

Ponlok Chomnes II is committed to mainstreaming gender equality, disabilities, and social inclusion (GEDSI) as an essential approach to maximizing inclusive development outcomes.

The Ponlok Chomnes II GEDSI strategy aims to amplify and prioritize the voices and perspectives of women, people with disabilities, and other socially disadvantaged groups, ensuring their meaningful participation in select policy issues. This focus aims to better address their specific needs and priorities. The program seeks an international consultant to aid in the GEDSI strategy.

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