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NATIONAL GENDER CONSULTANT FOR THE NATIONALLY DETERMINED CONTRIBUTIONS PROCESS (for Filipino Nationals Only)

Manila (Philippines)

  • Organization: UNDP - United Nations Development Programme
  • Location: Manila (Philippines)
  • Grade: National Consultant - Locally recruited Contractors Agreement - Consultancy
  • Occupational Groups:
    • Women's Empowerment and Gender Mainstreaming
    • Climate Change
    • Malaria, Tuberculosis and other infectious diseases
  • Closing Date: 2020-09-25

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Background

  1. Project Background

Climate Change is the defining threat of our time[1], it exacerbates the many threats, on one’s well-being, survival and access to services, including education, water and sanitation, nutrition and health. Women are more than 50% of the world’s population, but are still a minority[2] compounding their risks and greater burdens from climate change impacts, especially those living in poorest and vulnerable situations. Their lack of participation in climate-related planning, policy-making and implementation widens the gender gap and development globally.

Yet, empowering women has been proven pivotal in addressing climate change and environmental degradation. Women’s local knowledge and leadership, i.e. sustainable resource management and/or sustainable practices in the household and community level resulted in greater responsiveness to citizen’s needs, and improved outcomes of climate related projects and policies[3].

Mainstreaming gender equality and maximum participation of women and other gender groups on all aspects of climate change, especially on the Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC), will create a multifaceted solution against the threat of climate change.

With the challenge to develop the first Philippine NDC into tangible actions, the UNDP NDC Support Programme is supporting Governments to achieve transformational change by using NDC implementation as a mechanism to scale up investment in climate change and deliver sustainable development. The Programme is being implemented in the country by the Climate Change Commission (CCC) as “NDC Support Project for the Philippines (NSPP)”.

As the executing agency for the NSPP, UNDP is engaged in a range of strategic partnerships through the NDC Support Programme, with the IKI NDC Support Cluster, the NDC Partnership, the LEDS Global Partnership, and the Partnership on Transparency in the Paris Agreement. Following are the areas of support to advance gender-responsive for NDC implementation:

  1. Mainstreaming gender in the NDC development processes;
  2. Develop/finalize NDC implementation plans and institutional structures to facilitate effective implementation both horizontally and vertically (national to sub-national);
  3. Strengthen measurement, reporting, and verification (MRV) capacity and national

data-sharing mechanisms to better analyze and communicate progress against NDC targets and mitigationactions;

  1. Align mitigation actions to NDCs in order to transform NDC targets into concrete actions and to increase ambition, as feasible; and
  2. Develop finance structures and enhance private sector engagement in NDCs.

[1] Excerpts from United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres speech at the High-Level event at COP23, November 2018

[2] Excerpts from speeches of the UNFCCC Executive Secretary Patricia Espinosa

[3] United Nations.(2018, March 08) Gender and Climate Change.

Duties and Responsibilities

Scope of Work

The CCC, through the UNDP is procuring the services of an Individual Consultant, as National Gender Consultant to, among others, identify the entry points of mainstreaming Gender and Development in the NDC Process (Governance, Adaptation, Mitigation, MRV[1] and Finance), primarily through (i) the conduct of Gender Analysis and the corresponding Participatory Gender Action Plan (PGAP); and (2) the development of gender mainstreaming tools, guides and/or checklist for the climate change sector. The Consultant shall have the following tasks and responsibilities:                                                                                           

Conduct Gender Analysis (GA) of the NDC process

The GA will provide, among others, better understanding where women and men are situated, (i.e., roles and responsibilities, access to resources, etc.), the challenges for women’s empowerment and the opportunities across the NDC Process, and to ensure policy articulation and integration of gender equality into the said process. The GA shall include the following components alongside any other relevant analysis as deemed necessary by the national gender consultant:

  • National analysis of Gender and Climate Change in the Philippines

An understanding of the situation of women and men throughout the NDC Process, as well as gender differences in contributions, division of labour, employment, access to resources, and participation in decision making.

Resources and analysis for this activity includes desk-work research, collection and analysis of sex and gender disaggregated data as well as identifying data gaps in important climate-change affected areas of the economy and natural resources management. Furthermore, the Consultant shall provide recommendation on addressing the gaps in the sex and gender disaggregated data related to climate change which includes a proposed guidance document or legal instrument to institutionalize the collection and utilization of such data and or review of existing data that could be linked to the NDC Process.

Analysis of the integration of gender into national climate policy and planning instruments, such as National Framework Strategy on Climate Change, National Climate Change Action Plan, REDD+, GCF Country Program, National Communications.

  • Gender Analysis of the Philippine NDC Process with emphasis on CCAM sectors

Undertake participatory GA of climate change legal, policy, programs and institutional frameworks across priority Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation (CCAM) sectors in the five thematic areas covering NDC Process, i.e., Governance, Adaptation, Mitigation, MRV and Finance; and identify specific gender mainstreaming entry points in the priority sectors of climate change;

Analyze GA data to highlight findings and results per each stage or element of the NDC process, highlighting nuances across priority sectors when applicable, and across the five thematic areas of the NDC process. Further, the inclusion of assessing possible capacity needs in the each NDC process to mainstream gender. With the findings, the National Gender Consultant is expected to develop a Capacity Building Program (CBP) which will supplement Output 1.3 indicated below.

  • Propose targeted recommendations through the development of a Participatory Gender Action Plan (PGAP)

Develop practical and highly-actionable recommendations on (i) policy, program, and project management (i.e., planning, development, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation), gender mainstreaming strategies and activities across the NDC process; and (ii) each of the NDC CCAM sectors;

The PGAP should be based on the results/recommendations from the GA. The said plan is expected to facilitate the integration of gender considerations into the NDC processes, and priority sectors as guided by the national climate change policy, the NDC implementation plan, and other sectoral related policies.

The PGAP must have clear objectives, outline of substantive activities that should be accompanied by applicable or appropriate monitoring and evaluation indicators and identified responsible entities within the ambit of the CCAM sectors. It must contain innovative strategies to enhance mitigation, adaptation and resilience-building efforts for both women and men at all levels

Develop Gender Mainstreaming Tools, Guides, or Checklist for Climate Change

  1. Develop tools, guides or checklist to mainstream gender in climate change policies, programs, projects, and other initiatives for the CCAM sectors.
  2. The development process must utilize appropriate means or platforms (virtual/ZOOM meeting) that would facilitate participatory consultation, validation workshop/writeshop with key stakeholders. The aim is to facilitate the participatory design and stakeholder’s ownership of the process required for the development of output.
  • At the minimum, the following should be taken into consideration:
  • Brief overview and rationale of integrating climate change issues in the Philippines, identifying gender differentiated vulnerability (exposure, sensitivity and capacity) from existing literatures;
  • GA or gender problem-analysis guides on CCAM;
  • Checklist or guides for addressing the gender issues at the institutional, policy, programme and project levels; and
  • GM tools must be practical and user-friendly, and should aim to assist program implementers and partners in integrating gender considerations in enhancing the NDC process, from activity design to implementation and monitoring and evaluation of CCAM measures, and country specific case studies to provide practical guidance to users.

    3. Review and assess whether the other NDC plans developed or being developed under the NSPP are gender responsive, e.g. National and Sectoral NDC Implementation Plan (NDCIP), the NDC Measurement, Verification and Reporting Plan (NDCMRVP) and the NDC Financial Plan (NDCFP). The Consultant is expected to provide recommendations based on the assessment to ensure gender is mainstreamed across the said plans.

4. Coordinate/Liaise with other NSPP consultants/contractors, partner agencies and other relevant stakeholders undertaking similar NDC activities, e.g. NSPP Top-Up Support Fund activities, as necessary, to deliver or achieve the expected outputs of the consultancy.

5. Develop an executive summary or overview of the GA and PGAP containing the salient points and key areas/components for dissemination to stakeholders, and/or translate or transform the same into a knowledge product/material such as manuals, infographics, and creative audiovisual materials.

6. Perform all other related tasks and obligations that may be assigned by the Project, as the need arises.

Expected Outputs/Deliverables

The Consultant shall prepare and submit the following:

  • Inception Report. A preliminary document detailing methodology framework, gender analysis tools, work plan, timeline, a list of national government institutions, civil society stakeholders, academia, private sector to be interviewed, and the terms of reference for potential working sessions with key actors.
  • First Interim Report (FIR). The FIR contains the following:(1) Data analysis of women and men’s employment, division of labor, access to resources, and participation, sex and gender disaggregated related data and data gaps across the NDC Process key stages, (2) Proposed guidance document or legal instrument to resolve the gaps on sex and gender disaggregated data, (3) Entry points and capacity needs assessment for mainstreaming gender in the policy, programs, legal, and institutional frameworks of/in the NDC process, and (4) the CBP based on the capacity needs assessment.
  • Second Interim Report (SIR). The SIR contains the PGAP as the consultant’s recommendation to remove the barriers, resolve the gaps and needs identified in the National Gender Analysis of the NDC Process. The PGAP is framed as a management tool and manual to guide NGAs and their stakeholders to integrate gender considerations across the NDC Process and be able to monitor or evaluate said integration.
  • Third Interim Report (TIR). The TIR contains the following: (1) Proposed gender mainstreaming guide for the climate change sector which includes a checklist and tools for addressing gender issues and assisting implementors to ensure gender is embedded across policies, plans, processes, programs, and projects in the NDC Process across the CCAM sectors, (2) other country experiences/case studies in mainstreaming gender to supplement the checklist and tools, and the (3) Assessment of gender responsiveness of the NDC National and Sectoral Implementation and MRV plans.
  • Final Report (FR). The FR is a packaged report containing the first, second and third interim reports, including a summarized documentation of the findings (i.e. list references used, KII and FGD documentation reports) in the form of either a matrix, flowchart or any other format as may be required by the CCC and UNDP.  The report should also include the executive summary of the GA and PGAP to be used in developing Knowledge Products (KPs), in coordination with the NSPP PMU. The FR should also include revisions made based from the inputs/comments provided by the NSPP NSC Members, CCC, and PMU in the presentation of the TIR.

All deliverables shall undergo a peer review. The Consultant shall present the major findings on the subject deliverables in a consultation meeting to be convened by the NSPP for the purpose. The Consultant may be further required to attend additional consultation meetings to answer questions and clarify issues that may arise from the review of its deliverables. Following is the summary table of the expected outputs/deliverables of the Consultant.

Table 1. Schedule of Outputs/Deliverables

Deliverables/ Outputs

Estimated Duration to Complete/ Responsible Party

Target Due Dates

(From signing of the contract)

Review and Approvals Required

Notice of Awards/ Contract signing

One (1) day – Consultant & UNDP

 

Senior Project Coordinator, NSPP Division Chief - IOD, CCC-CCO

 

Technical Officer, NSPP

Senior SRS - IOD, CCC-CCO

 

Chief Technical Adviser, NSPP

 

Programme Analyst, UNDP

 

Kick-off Meeting

One (1) day – Consultant, CCC, & PMU

Five (5) working days

Submission of the IR

 Three (3) days – Consultant

Eight (8) working days

Approval and acceptance of IR (First Payment)

Three (3) working days – CCC & PMU

   Eleven (11) working days

Submission of the FIR

Ten (10) working days – Consultant

Twenty-one (21) working days

Approval and acceptance of the First Interim Report (Second Payment)

Three (3) working days – Consultant

Twenty-four (24) working days

 Submission of the SIR

Five (5) working days – CCC & PMU

Twenty-nine (29) working days

Approval and Acceptance of SIR (Third Payment)

Two (2) working days – CCC & PMU

Thirty-one (31) working days

Submission of the TIR

Ten (10) working days – Consultant

Forty-one (41) working days

Approval and Acceptance of TIR (Fourth Payment)

Two (2) working days – Consultant

Forty-three (43) working days

Presentation of TIR to NSC Members, CCC, & PMU

One (1) working day – Consultant

Forty-four (44) working days

Submission of FR with inputs from the CCC, NSC Members and PMU

Three (3) working days – Consultant

Fifty-seven (47) working days

Approval and Acceptance of the FR (Fifth Payment)

Two (2) working days – CCC & PMU

Forty-nine (49) working days

 

Key Performance Indicators and Service Level

Table 2. Key Performance Indicators and Service Level

Key Services Required

Frequency of Requirement

Minimum Standard of Services Acceptable

Course of Action to be taken if Required Service Level is not met

Inception Report

1

Document containing methodology framework, work plan, timeline, a list of national government institutions, civil society stakeholders, academia, private sector to be interviewed, and the terms of reference for potential working sessions with key actors.

The PMU will prepare a Contractor Performance Evaluation Report to assess the output of the contractor vis-à-vis what is required in the Scope of Work.

 

Failure of the contractor to deliver the required outputs will lead to

termination of the contract of Service

First Interim Report

1

(1) Data analysis of women and men’s employment, division of labor, access to resources, and participation, sex and gender disaggregated related data and data gaps across the NDC Process key stages, (2) Proposed guidance document or legal instrument to resolve the gaps on sex and gender disaggregated data, (3) Entry points and capacity needs assessment for mainstreaming gender in the policy, programs, legal, and institutional frameworks of/in the NDC process, and (4) the CBP

Second Interim Report

1

PGAP as the consultant’s recommendation to remove the barriers, resolve the gaps and needs identified in the National Gender Analysis of the NDC Process.

Third Interim Report

1

(1) Proposed gender mainstreaming guide for the climate change sector which includes a checklist and tools for addressing gender issues and assisting implementors to ensure gender is embedded across policies, plans, processes, programs, and projects in the NDC Process across the CCAM sectors, (2) other country experiences/case studies in mainstreaming gender to supplement the checklist and tools, and the (3) Assessment of gender responsiveness of the NDC National and Sectoral Implementation and MRV Plans.

Final Report

1

(1)Synthesis of the IR, FIR, SIR, and TIR, (2) Summary of documented findings in developing the reports (i.e. list references used, KII and FGD documentation reports) in the form of either a matrix, flowchart or any other format as required by the CCC and UNDP, and (3) executive summary of the GA and PGAP as basis for developing the KPs.

 

Institutional Arrangement

  1. For the duration of the contract, the Consultant shall report to the CCC-CCO Deputy Executive Director and NSPP Program Manager, and shall work in close coordination with CCC’s Project Focal Officers, Chief Technical Adviser, the PMU, and if necessary, with relevant government agencies and project partners.
  2. The Consultant should be based in Metro Manila for accessibility and availability should discussions/reporting on progress of activities is required by either the CCC or UNDP.
  3. The BSAFE course must be completed before the commencement of travel;
  4. Consultants are also required to comply with the UN security directives set forth under https://dss.un.org/dssweb/
  5. The Consultant will be given access to relevant information necessary for execution of the tasks under his or her assignment; and
  6. The Consultant will be responsible for providing his or her own working station (i.e. laptop) and must have access to reliable internet connection.

 

Duration of Work

The Consultant shall be engaged for two and a period of thirty-seven and a half days (37.5) spread over four (4) months possible extension based on the results or acceptability of submitted outputs delivered and the Project’s review and approval process.

 

Duty Station

Considering the COVID-19 pandemic and declaration of State of Public Health Emergency in the Philippines, all work of the Individual consultant shall be done within the guidelines and protocols set by the local and national government.

During the entire duration of the General Community Quarantine protocol, this consultancy shall be performed remotely and will be a home-based assignment. The Consultant is expected to have his/her own equipment, office space, and internet connectivity. The Consultant shall be available on an on-call basis and to not engage in any meetings or activities outside their homes. Coordination/meetings shall be done through phone or online communication until such time that the quarantine is lifted.

UNDP and the Consultant shall assess, once the General Community Quarantine is lifted or modified, if it is safe and necessary to have in-person meetings and collaboration. If deemed necessary and with proper approval, meetings can be conducted in the NSPP-PMU Office at CCC Office at First Residences, Jose P. Laurel St., Malacañang Compound, Manila. Any travel or field work must be cleared by Outcome Lead and Senior Management prior to travel.

Contract Price and Schedule of Payment

The Consultant shall be paid an all-inclusive amount or service fee to cover for the actual professional services rendered, except for food, accommodation and allowances during travels that will be shouldered by the Project.

Deliverables/ Outputs[2]

Tranche %

Upon approval and acceptance of the Inception Report

 

Document containing methodology framework, work plan, timeline, a list of national government institutions, civil society stakeholders, academia, private sector to be interviewed, and the terms of reference for potential working sessions with key actors.

15%

Upon approval and acceptance of the First Interim Report

Data analysis of women and men’s employment, division of labor, access to resources, and participation, sex and gender disaggregated related data and data gaps across the NDC Process key stages, (2) Proposed guidance document or legal instrument to resolve the gaps on sex and gender disaggregated data, (3) Entry points and capacity needs assessment for mainstreaming gender in the policy, programs, legal, and institutional frameworks of/in the NDC process, and (4) the CBP

35%

Upon approval and acceptance of the Second Interim Report

 

PGAP as the consultant’s recommendation to remove the barriers, resolve the gaps and needs identified in the National Gender Analysis of the NDC Process.

20%

Upon approval and acceptance of the Third Interim Report

 

(1) Proposed gender mainstreaming guide for the climate change sector which includes a checklist and tools for addressing gender issues and assisting implementors to ensure gender is embedded across policies, plans, processes, programs, and projects in the NDC Process across the CCAM sectors, (2) other country experiences/case studies in mainstreaming gender to supplement the checklist and tools, and the (3) Assessment of gender responsiveness of the NDC National and Sectoral Implementation and MRV Plans.

20%

Upon approval and acceptance of the Final Report

 

(1)Synthesis of the IR, FIR, SIR, and TIR, (2) Summary of documented findings in developing the reports (i.e. list references used, KII and FGD documentation reports) in the form of either a matrix, flowchart or any other format as required by the CCC and UNDP, and (3) executive summary of the GA and PGAP as basis for developing the KPs.

10%

 

100%

The Consultant, however, must submit the abovementioned reports on the required outputs/deliverables to the NSPP Project Management Unit, and must be accepted/approved by the Climate Change Commission, prior to payment of the consultant’s service fees or compensation.

 

[1] Measurement, Reporting and Verification

[2] Refer to item D – Expected Outputs/Deliverables

Competencies

Corporate Competencies:

  • Demonstrates integrity by modelling the UN’s values and ethical standards;
  • Promotes the vision, mission, and strategic goals of UNDP;
  • Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability;
  • Treats all people fairly without favoritism.
  • Demonstrable experience in the technical area of biodiversity conservation, ecosystem management, sustainable development, or closely related area. Specific experience in Integrated Landscape Management, Sustainable Agriculture, Sustainable Commodity Production, or similar is an asset;
  • Demonstrable experience with GEF project development, implementation and/or evaluation, including formulation of biodiversity conservation projects with capacity development elements.

Functional Competencies:

  • Able to communicate effectively in writing to a varied and broad audience in a simple and concise manner.
  • Capable of working in a high- pressure environment with sharp and frequent deadlines, managing many tasks simultaneously;
  • Excellent analytical and organizational skills;
  • Exercises the highest level of responsibility and be able to handle confidential and politically sensitive issues in a responsible and mature manner.
  • Works well in a team;
  • Projects a positive image and is ready to take on a wide range of tasks;
  • Focuses on results for the client;
  • Welcomes constructive feedback; and
  • Fluent English language (both oral and written) and excellent communication and presentation skills, particularly in the preparation of written documents.

Required Skills and Experience

Qualifications:

Qualification

Points Obtainable

(100 points)

*multiplied by 20%

a. Minimum Education

Minimum 10 points for Bachelor’s degree, additional points for additional degree (Masters or Doctorate) in Environment, Social Science and other related fields, maximum of 20 points. 

20

b. Experience:

Minimum of five (5) year-experience in the field of Climate Change and/or Environment

 

Minimum 5 years = 15; additional points for additional years of experience, max of 25 points

25

Minimum of ten (10) year-experience in the field of Gender and Development

 

Minimum 10 years = 25; additional points for additional years of experience, max of 35 points

35

c. Specialization:

 

In depth knowledge in international, national, and sub-national gender, climate change, and project management by showing a portfolio of sample works, at least two (2)

 

Less than 2 sample works = 0

20

 

TOTAL

100

Presentation of Proposal/ Offer

  1. Applicants must submit a duly completed and signed Annex II Offeror´s letter to UNDP confirming interest and availability for the Individual Contractor (IC) assignment.
  2. Applicants must submit a duly completed and signed UNDP Personal History form (P11) and/or CV including Education/Qualification, Professional Certification, Employment Records /Experience;
  3. CV of applicant with at least two (2) samples of work to prove criteria cited in technical qualification (#4).  The applicant must indicate specifically his/her role in the aforementioned sample, e.g, team leader, team member, lead researcher, etc. Below is a proposed format for the samples to be provided.

Activity Conducted/ Title of Publication or Report

Date Completed

Role in the Activity

Client for whom output is intended

e.g. M&E

Dec. 2020

Team Lead

DILG

  1. Technical description of the methodology/ approach and timeline of how this assignment will be conducted AND brief description of why the individual considers himself/ herself as the most suitable for the assignment; and
  2. Financial Proposal.

Applicants must submit a Financial Proposal that indicates the all-inclusive fixed total contract price. In order to assist the requesting unit in the comparison of financial proposals, the financial proposal will include a breakdown of this lump sum amount and number of anticipated working days), as per template provided.If an Offeror is employed by an organization/company/institution, and he/she expects his/her employer to charge a management fee in the process of releasing him/her to UNDP under Reimbursable Loan Agreement (RLA), the Offeror must indicate at this point, and ensure that all such costs are duly incorporated in the financial proposal submitted to UNDP.If an Offeror is employed by an organization/company/institution, and he/she expects his/her employer to charge a management fee in the process of releasing him/her to UNDP under Reimbursable Loan Agreement (RLA), the Offeror must indicate at this point, and ensure that all such costs are duly incorporated in the financial proposal submitted to UNDP.The financial proposal must be submitted separately from other documents.

* Applicants for the consultancy are required to take their own health insurance and cost it as part of their financial proposal.

You may download the editable version of the Offeror's Letter to UNDP Confirming Interest and Availability for the IC by clicking on this link: http://gofile.me/6xdJm/bE9TCw8fU

 

Criteria for Selection of the Best Offer

  • Only those candidates that meet the minimum level of education and relevant years of experience requirements will be considered for the technical evaluation. The technical evaluation may include an interview with shortlisted candidate(s).
  • To select the best offer for this post, the combined scoring method will be used where the qualifications and methodology will be weighted a maximum of 70% and combined with the price offer which will be weighted a maximum of 30%.
  • Only candidates obtaining a minimum of 49 (70%) points on technical evaluation will be considered for the Financial Evaluation.

Technical Proposal = 100% and will be multiplied by 70 in the final selection report

Qualifications as per CV

20%

Description of Approach to Assignment (Technical/ Brief Description)

50%

Interview

30%

Total:

100%

  • The technical criteria (education, experience, language) will be based on a maximum obtainable point of 100. Only those that have obtained a minimum of 70% (70 out of 100 points) from the review of education, experience and language will be deemed technically compliant and considered for financial evaluation;
  • Financial score with maximum obtainable points of 30 shall be computed as a ratio of the proposal being evaluated and the lowest priced proposal of those technically qualified;
  • The financial proposal shall specify an all-inclusive lump sum fee. In order to assist the requesting unit in the comparison of financial proposals, the financial proposal must additionally include a breakdown of this daily fee (including all foreseeable expenses to carry out the assignment).
  • Applicant receiving the Highest Combined Score and has accepted UNDP’s General Terms and Conditions will be awarded the contract.

 

 

 

 

UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence. UNDP does not tolerate sexual exploitation and abuse, any kind of harassment, including sexual harassment, and discrimination. All selected candidates will, therefore, undergo rigorous reference and background checks.

Qualification

Points Obtainable

(100 points)

*multiplied by 20%

a. Minimum Education

Minimum 10 points for Bachelor’s degree, additional points for additional degree (Masters or Doctorate) in Environment, Social Science and other related fields, maximum of 20 points. 

20

b. Experience:

Minimum of five (5) year-experience in the field of Climate Change and/or Environment

 

Minimum 5 years = 15; additional points for additional years of experience, max of 25 points

25

Minimum of ten (10) year-experience in the field of Gender and Development

 

Minimum 10 years = 25; additional points for additional years of experience, max of 35 points

35

c. Specialization:

 

In depth knowledge in international, national, and sub-national gender, climate change, and project management by showing a portfolio of sample works, at least two (2)

 

Less than 2 sample works = 0

20

 

TOTAL

100

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