We were founded in 2010 to contribute to the realization of economic social cultural rights of women, girls, and youth. We address women’s lack of land, housing, inheritance, and property rights, the problem of female and male youth unemployment, early marriage & reproductive health rights of girls, improved & decent work environment in the informal sector, decision-making processes. VISION: A continent realizing economic social cultural rights for its population while guaranteeing gender equality, social inclusion, and security and sustainable use of resources for all to live in peace and dignity MISSION: to contribute to the realization of economic social cultural rights through effective implementation of advocacy and empowerment programs and monitoring state compliance with economic social cultural rights implementation in Africa. Our major purpose is to achieve the promotion of social economic and cultural rights of women and girls in Africa and Uganda with a focus on strengthened awareness and capacity, advocacy for policy change, networking grassroots voices on girls and women’s equality inland, inheritance, housing and property rights.
Consultancy Services for Conducting a Baseline Survey on Improving Girls Sexual Reproductive Health Rights and Services in Uganda and Kenya.
Centre for Economic Social Cultural Rights in Africa (CESCRA), is in the process of implementing an Action Triangle to improve Girls Sexual Reproductive Health Rights and Services in Uganda and Kenya; the project is jointly implemented with Isiolo Gender Watch (IGW), an organization in Northern Kenya.
CESCRA will use a five-step Action Triangle Approach, comprised of a) Girls, Boys, Parents, Service Providers’ Triangle – where capacity building, awareness creation & advocacy voices will take center b) Girls, boys, Parents, Teachers and health workers ‘Triangle – Awareness, services, response Action is focused on, c) Girls, boys & Local Leadership Triangle – Awareness, Capacity, Policy Advocacy Actions is focused on, d) Girls, boys & Central government line ministries & CSOs Triangle – Capacity, Advocacy, Policy enforcement Actions and lastly e) Girls, boys, CSOs, Line Ministries, and East African Legislative Assembly related Advocacy Triangle, this will promote opportunities that may exist to improve access to SRH services and rights.
Duties and Responsibilities
Under the direct guidance and supervision of the Executive Director of CESCRA, and M&E Officer, the consultants’ mandate will be to:
a) Assist the organization to conduct a baseline Survey based on the project implementation design and plan described above.
b) Coordinate CESCRA and Isiolo Gender Watch team so as to achieve alignment of both teams and related team leaders to contribute to our overarching baseline survey and project strategy
c) Develop a detailed baseline survey questionnaire that represents CESCRA and Isiolo Gender Watch five-step Action Triangle Approach for credible baseline survey findings and recommendations.
d) Production of the final baseline survey report.
Duration of work
This assignment is for a duration of 18 days within a period of one month (starting beginning of February 2021 and ending on or before 1st March 2021)
Deadline for Submission of offer – no later than Tuesday 22nd February 2021 at 5:00 pm EST), to the email address below;
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com