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Generating Rubber Opportunities (GRO) Myanmar

Project Title: Generating Rubber Opportunities (GRO) Myanmar

Consultancy Title: Situation Analysis of Women’s Economic Empowerment (WEE) in the Rubber Sector in

 Southeast Myanmar

Location: Myanmar

Consultant reports to: Project Director – GRO (CARE Myanmar)

Application Deadline: 14 June 2019

CARE International in Myanmar is implementing the Generating Rubber Opportunities (GRO) Myanmar project, which applies a Market Systems Development (MSD) approach to increase incomes and social capital of smallholder rubber farmers in the southeast of Myanmar. GRO Myanmar is looking for consultant(s) or consulting firm to conduct a situation analysis study with strong focus on Women’s Economic Empowerment (WEE) in the Rubber Market.

The consultant will work directly with the Project Director, Technical Advisors and Gender and WEE, and Monitoring and Results Measurement (MRM) teams of GRO Myanmar Project. This assignment is likely to require field missions in the following locations in Myanmar: Yangon, Mon State, Kayin State, and Tanintharyi region, collecting data relevant for indicators and to provide situational analysis where and as necessary.

The aim of the study is to manage a multi-level research process to collect data on attitudes, knowledge and behaviours related to WEE in the rubber sector in Southeast Myanmar and related to the indicators of the GRO Project.
For details of this consultancy, please refer to the terms of reference.

Applicants should send a proposal with

  1. a) Technical Approach (explaining understanding of the assignment and suggested methodology),
  2. b) Information of previous relevant experience with similar assignments
  3. c) CVs of team lead and team members
  4. d) Detailed budget and outline schedule

Applications should be sent to MMR.Recruitment1@careint.org not later than 14 June 2019.

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