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Date(s) - 28/02/2023




The Masarouna “Our Pathway” Programme seeks a team of external consultants to conduct a Mid Term Review of the programme.

The purpose of this MTR is to generate learning for adaptive management, enhance the overall sustainability of the programme and ensure accountability to the donor, programme partners and targeted stakeholders such as targeted young people (YP) and youth activists. The MTR will evaluate the programme intervention and achievements between 2021 (Baseline) and mid-2023. Principles that should inform this MTR, include for example, meaningful youth engagement, in which YP are involved at different stages of the MTR process.

We are looking for a team of consultants with experience in evaluating the content and intervention strategies relevant to the Masarouna Programme (SRHR for diverse young people, (digital media, civic space /SRHR /SOGIE) influencing, and CSO capacity strengthening).

Bidders are requested to prepare a proposal. Please see our Terms of Reference for further details. The deadline to apply is 28 February, 23:59 hours CEST.

About the Masarouna “Our Pathway” Programme

In a region where securing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) is especially challenging, the Masarouna “Our Pathway” Programme mobilises the power of young people (YP), for collective action in MENA to support their fight for greater freedom of choice and respect for their SRHR through new and innovative pathways for change. The programme gives particular attention to young (unmarried) women and LGBTQI+ people.

The programme is implemented by the Masarouna Consortium – comprising of Fe-Male, RNW Media, SMEX and Oxfam Novib. The programme is implemented in six countries/territories. It is also implemented at Regional and Global levels. The selected countries reflect diversity, yet also similarities, in terms of location in the region, civic space restrictions, digital inclusion and conflict affectedness.

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Closing Date: 28 February 2023