The project is designed to address immediate Gender Based Violence (GBV) issues and empower women to take a stand against violence and rebuild their lives.
The CERF project under UN Women response will cover gender responsive community mechanisms for GBV identification and referral, building strong connections with local leaders and women human rights defenders, economic empowerment to GBV survivors.
Activities will also focus on some population of persons with disabilities and refugees.
The community-based approach for protection against GBV will strongly convey the message that a life free from violence is a fundamental human right. Women leaders of the community groups will not only facilitate identification and reporting of GBV cases but also advocate in their communities against domestic violence, sexual harassment, child marriage and cultural forms of GBV.
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The UN Women is seeking proposals for Identification and Redressal of GBV in Refugee and Host Populations through Community-Based Mechanisms in Districts Pishin & Quetta in Balochistan (Pakistan).
The applicant organisation must have:
1) At least 10 years of experience in designing and implementation of subject activities;
2) National register with representative office in Pakistan and having outreach in areas of intervention;
3) Proven track record in working in the area of Protection – Sexual and/or Gender-Based Violence;
4) Ability to communicate in local language;
5) Working experience in development related field;
6) A verifiable reputation of integrity and competence.
Work experience with UN agencies or other international development agencies is an advantage.
The budget range for this proposal should be USD 80,000 – USD 90,000.
Proposals must be received by UNWOMEN at the post address specified not later than 15:00 on 7th December 2020.
For more information, visit https://www.unwomen.org/en/about-us/programme-implementation/2020/11/cal...