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IPPF occasionally engages the services of consultants for specialist and discreet pieces of work.

Consultants are typically engaged on a short term basis against agreed terms of reference.

Consultants are required to:

  • Have professional indemnity and / or Public Liability Insurance
  • Have appropriate trade / professional membership
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jobs and opportunities

| 12 May 2022

Consultancy for a Third-Party Youth Organization Process and Impact Evaluation of IPPF’s Gender Transformative Youth Programme

IPPF's gender-transformative youth programme is a two-year programme intended to catalyze change through a consortium led by an IPPF Member Association in collaboration with other MAs, Collaborative Partners,  affiliated youth networks and external youth organizations from across the world. The programme was designed by young people and articulated young people's roles as drivers of change and action at the national, regional and international levels. The programme is also anchored on the need to advance the sexual and reproductive health rights of all diversities of young people. It recognizes their right to safe and pleasurable sexuality free of coercion, judgment and stigma. The programme relies on evidence to generate lasting solutions, leading to stronger youth leadership, engagement, and youth-centered programming and services in IPPF’s Member Associations.  Third-Party Monitoring   IPPF is looking for an external youth-led organization as a third-party monitor to track progress and performance and assess whether and how the programme delivers against key outcomes. These outcomes have been identified by developing a theory of change against five impact areas (see below). Additional indicators, including the programme’s contribution to strengthening youth partners, sustainability and IPPF institutional transformation as a youth-centred organization, will also need to be identified and monitored.  It is also expected that the third-party partner will identify and document lessons learned, make recommendations to inform the design and implementation of the programme and other IPPF youth interventions and work with the consortium partners to disseminate results.   Please submit your applications on or before 3rd June 2022  to:  [email protected] This role is Outside IR35.

jobs_and_opportunities

| 12 May 2022

Consultancy for a Third-Party Youth Organization Process and Impact Evaluation of IPPF’s Gender Transformative Youth Programme

IPPF's gender-transformative youth programme is a two-year programme intended to catalyze change through a consortium led by an IPPF Member Association in collaboration with other MAs, Collaborative Partners,  affiliated youth networks and external youth organizations from across the world. The programme was designed by young people and articulated young people's roles as drivers of change and action at the national, regional and international levels. The programme is also anchored on the need to advance the sexual and reproductive health rights of all diversities of young people. It recognizes their right to safe and pleasurable sexuality free of coercion, judgment and stigma. The programme relies on evidence to generate lasting solutions, leading to stronger youth leadership, engagement, and youth-centered programming and services in IPPF’s Member Associations.  Third-Party Monitoring   IPPF is looking for an external youth-led organization as a third-party monitor to track progress and performance and assess whether and how the programme delivers against key outcomes. These outcomes have been identified by developing a theory of change against five impact areas (see below). Additional indicators, including the programme’s contribution to strengthening youth partners, sustainability and IPPF institutional transformation as a youth-centred organization, will also need to be identified and monitored.  It is also expected that the third-party partner will identify and document lessons learned, make recommendations to inform the design and implementation of the programme and other IPPF youth interventions and work with the consortium partners to disseminate results.   Please submit your applications on or before 3rd June 2022  to:  [email protected] This role is Outside IR35.

jobs and opportunities

| 19 May 2022

IPPF Centers and Funds: 2019-2022 Evaluation

The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) is a global service provider and advocate of sexual and reproductive health and rights for all. IPPF is made up of 120 Member Associations, 15 partners, and a secretariat that is spread over 10 offices worldwide. IPPF currently works in 142 countries. In 2018 IPPF developed a three-year business plan which focused on boosting strategic performance. The business plan contained seven solutions, which were strategic areas that required special attention. The plan was approved at Governing Council in December 2018 and implementation started in March 2019. Several solutions were implemented through a series of IPPF Centers and Funds, which were hosted by IPPF Member Associations. Overview of the engagement The majority of IPPF’s Centers and Funds have been operational since late 2019. They were funded through a special designation, which will come to an end in December 2022. The consultant(s) will perform an evaluation of the Centers and Funds for the time period 2019 to June 2022. The objectives of the evaluation are to a) document learning from the implementation of the Centers & Funds; b) to evaluate performance of the Centers & Funds according to their defined outcomes; and c) to make recommendations for future investment and operations of the Centers & Funds. Applications must be received no later than 31 May 2022. Applications must address all of the requirements of the Terms of Reference to [email protected] This role is Outside IR35. 

jobs_and_opportunities

| 19 May 2022

IPPF Centers and Funds: 2019-2022 Evaluation

The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) is a global service provider and advocate of sexual and reproductive health and rights for all. IPPF is made up of 120 Member Associations, 15 partners, and a secretariat that is spread over 10 offices worldwide. IPPF currently works in 142 countries. In 2018 IPPF developed a three-year business plan which focused on boosting strategic performance. The business plan contained seven solutions, which were strategic areas that required special attention. The plan was approved at Governing Council in December 2018 and implementation started in March 2019. Several solutions were implemented through a series of IPPF Centers and Funds, which were hosted by IPPF Member Associations. Overview of the engagement The majority of IPPF’s Centers and Funds have been operational since late 2019. They were funded through a special designation, which will come to an end in December 2022. The consultant(s) will perform an evaluation of the Centers and Funds for the time period 2019 to June 2022. The objectives of the evaluation are to a) document learning from the implementation of the Centers & Funds; b) to evaluate performance of the Centers & Funds according to their defined outcomes; and c) to make recommendations for future investment and operations of the Centers & Funds. Applications must be received no later than 31 May 2022. Applications must address all of the requirements of the Terms of Reference to [email protected] This role is Outside IR35. 

jobs and opportunities

| 12 May 2022

Consultancy for a Third-Party Youth Organization Process and Impact Evaluation of IPPF’s Gender Transformative Youth Programme

IPPF's gender-transformative youth programme is a two-year programme intended to catalyze change through a consortium led by an IPPF Member Association in collaboration with other MAs, Collaborative Partners,  affiliated youth networks and external youth organizations from across the world. The programme was designed by young people and articulated young people's roles as drivers of change and action at the national, regional and international levels. The programme is also anchored on the need to advance the sexual and reproductive health rights of all diversities of young people. It recognizes their right to safe and pleasurable sexuality free of coercion, judgment and stigma. The programme relies on evidence to generate lasting solutions, leading to stronger youth leadership, engagement, and youth-centered programming and services in IPPF’s Member Associations.  Third-Party Monitoring   IPPF is looking for an external youth-led organization as a third-party monitor to track progress and performance and assess whether and how the programme delivers against key outcomes. These outcomes have been identified by developing a theory of change against five impact areas (see below). Additional indicators, including the programme’s contribution to strengthening youth partners, sustainability and IPPF institutional transformation as a youth-centred organization, will also need to be identified and monitored.  It is also expected that the third-party partner will identify and document lessons learned, make recommendations to inform the design and implementation of the programme and other IPPF youth interventions and work with the consortium partners to disseminate results.   Please submit your applications on or before 3rd June 2022  to:  [email protected] This role is Outside IR35.

jobs_and_opportunities

| 12 May 2022

Consultancy for a Third-Party Youth Organization Process and Impact Evaluation of IPPF’s Gender Transformative Youth Programme

IPPF's gender-transformative youth programme is a two-year programme intended to catalyze change through a consortium led by an IPPF Member Association in collaboration with other MAs, Collaborative Partners,  affiliated youth networks and external youth organizations from across the world. The programme was designed by young people and articulated young people's roles as drivers of change and action at the national, regional and international levels. The programme is also anchored on the need to advance the sexual and reproductive health rights of all diversities of young people. It recognizes their right to safe and pleasurable sexuality free of coercion, judgment and stigma. The programme relies on evidence to generate lasting solutions, leading to stronger youth leadership, engagement, and youth-centered programming and services in IPPF’s Member Associations.  Third-Party Monitoring   IPPF is looking for an external youth-led organization as a third-party monitor to track progress and performance and assess whether and how the programme delivers against key outcomes. These outcomes have been identified by developing a theory of change against five impact areas (see below). Additional indicators, including the programme’s contribution to strengthening youth partners, sustainability and IPPF institutional transformation as a youth-centred organization, will also need to be identified and monitored.  It is also expected that the third-party partner will identify and document lessons learned, make recommendations to inform the design and implementation of the programme and other IPPF youth interventions and work with the consortium partners to disseminate results.   Please submit your applications on or before 3rd June 2022  to:  [email protected] This role is Outside IR35.

jobs and opportunities

| 19 May 2022

IPPF Centers and Funds: 2019-2022 Evaluation

The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) is a global service provider and advocate of sexual and reproductive health and rights for all. IPPF is made up of 120 Member Associations, 15 partners, and a secretariat that is spread over 10 offices worldwide. IPPF currently works in 142 countries. In 2018 IPPF developed a three-year business plan which focused on boosting strategic performance. The business plan contained seven solutions, which were strategic areas that required special attention. The plan was approved at Governing Council in December 2018 and implementation started in March 2019. Several solutions were implemented through a series of IPPF Centers and Funds, which were hosted by IPPF Member Associations. Overview of the engagement The majority of IPPF’s Centers and Funds have been operational since late 2019. They were funded through a special designation, which will come to an end in December 2022. The consultant(s) will perform an evaluation of the Centers and Funds for the time period 2019 to June 2022. The objectives of the evaluation are to a) document learning from the implementation of the Centers & Funds; b) to evaluate performance of the Centers & Funds according to their defined outcomes; and c) to make recommendations for future investment and operations of the Centers & Funds. Applications must be received no later than 31 May 2022. Applications must address all of the requirements of the Terms of Reference to [email protected] This role is Outside IR35. 

jobs_and_opportunities

| 19 May 2022

IPPF Centers and Funds: 2019-2022 Evaluation

The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) is a global service provider and advocate of sexual and reproductive health and rights for all. IPPF is made up of 120 Member Associations, 15 partners, and a secretariat that is spread over 10 offices worldwide. IPPF currently works in 142 countries. In 2018 IPPF developed a three-year business plan which focused on boosting strategic performance. The business plan contained seven solutions, which were strategic areas that required special attention. The plan was approved at Governing Council in December 2018 and implementation started in March 2019. Several solutions were implemented through a series of IPPF Centers and Funds, which were hosted by IPPF Member Associations. Overview of the engagement The majority of IPPF’s Centers and Funds have been operational since late 2019. They were funded through a special designation, which will come to an end in December 2022. The consultant(s) will perform an evaluation of the Centers and Funds for the time period 2019 to June 2022. The objectives of the evaluation are to a) document learning from the implementation of the Centers & Funds; b) to evaluate performance of the Centers & Funds according to their defined outcomes; and c) to make recommendations for future investment and operations of the Centers & Funds. Applications must be received no later than 31 May 2022. Applications must address all of the requirements of the Terms of Reference to [email protected] This role is Outside IR35. 

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