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The Fiji Women’s Fund (the Fund), supported by the Australian Government and implemented by Cardno, is an initiative of Pacific Women Shaping Pacific Development (Pacific Women) and commits up to AU$10.5 million from 2017 to 2022. It will provide funding and capacity development support to women’s groups, organisations and networks in Fiji to expand and enhance [...]
The Fiji Women’s Fund (the Fund) is an initiative of Pacific Women. Supported by the Australian Government, the Fund will commit up to AU$10.5 million from July 2017 to June 2022 to support women’s groups, organisations and networks in Fiji to expand and enhance their work on women’s empowerment and gender equality.
Do you want to work with a program that improves opportunities for Pacific women? Do you have experience working in the field of domestic violence, gender and child protection across the Pacific? Then this opportunity is right for you! Job Reference Number IDA/EG/PW/FPA Job Type International Development Assistance/Emerging Markets Schedule Contract [...]
Pacific Women requires a research team to conduct a scoping study to develop recommendations and a business plan for a dynamic Pacific gender research portal.
Pacific Women requires a research team to conduct a 2.5 month feasibility study into the possibility of a cash transfer program for survivors of violence in the Pacific.
The Gender Analyst (Palau) will support the Palau Ministry of Community and Cultural Affairs (MCCA) to implement its gender mainstreaming action plan.
(Currently this opportunity is open only to Pacific Islander consultants). The Pacific Women Shaping Pacific Development (Pacific Women) program has established a Gender Advisory Panel to strengthen the capacity of Pacific Women country and regional level activity implementation through the provision of technical guidance and advice to DFAT staff, the Pacific Women Support Unit and implementing partners.
(Currently this opportunity is open only to Pacific Islander M&E consultants). The Pacific Women Shaping Pacific Development (Pacific Women) program has established a panel of pre-approved Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) personnel who can be engaged on an as-needed-basis to support the program in a variety of related roles. The panel strengthens the capacity of Pacific Women to demonstrate its achievements, share its lessons, refine its M&E approach and document its contribution to outcomes.