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Consultant Title:                              Monitoring and Results Measurement (MRM) Consultant 

Location of assignment:                Remote, Myanmar (Yangon and Mon State)        

Duration of assignment:               40 days in 2019 with possibility of extension

Applications close:                           19 October 2018

CARE International in Myanmar is implementing the Generating Rubber Opportunities (GRO) Myanmar project. Generating Rubber Opportunities in Myanmar (GRO) project applies a Making Markets Work for the Poor (M4P) approach to increase incomes and social capital of smallholder rubber farmers in the southeast of Myanmar. The project has a particular focus on women’s economic empowerment as well as on secure access to land.

CARE is looking for consultant for Monitoring and Results Measurement (MRM) consultant.

Applicants should send their CV, a cover letter explaining how they fulfil the selection criteria, and their daily rate in USD to MMR.Recruitment1@careint.org . Please mention “MRM Consultant for GRO” in the subject line. For consultants not based in Myanmar, CARE Myanmar will cover the costs of visa and airfares to and from Myanmar, and local accommodation and transport. All other costs should be factored into the daily rate.

To apply, please review the application process in the Terms of Reference.

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