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Working for Womankind

App Developer (voluntary)

Globally, women make up just 22% of parliamentarians.

Womankind Worldwide is hoping to launch an online game on International Women’s Day (8 March) 2016 which will raise awareness of the challenges that women face around the world in making their voice heard, in particular in being elected to positions of power.

We are seeking pro bono support to make this idea a reality. Can you help?

Project Brief (PDF)

Please send your questions and expressions of interest to Rosey Ellum (Rosey@womankind.org.uk)

Deadline for expressions of interest:  30 November 2015


Call for Tendering Applications for Final Evaluation

Women and Government: working in unison to eliminate violence against women

Womankind with funding from the European Union is now commissioning an End of Grant Evaluation (evaluation) that will take place in December 2015.

The evaluation will assess the overall results of the project, enabling us to understand what has been achieved and how and the difference the grant has made, identifying the key success factors and other important lessons for future work in this area. The process should be an enriching one for all concerned, including AWN, HAWCA Womankind and the European Union, but especially for AWN and HAWCA to allow them to take forward their work more effectively in the future.

For more information please download the Terms of Reference

To apply please submit a detailed CV including details on how they meet the person specification and a proposal including the following:

  • A short draft methodology
  • Proposed short draft work plan
  • Proposed short draft  budget
  • Proven experience and contactable references of past credible INGO organisational and programme evaluations and reviews

Please direct any questions you have about this consultancy, as well as completed proposals to Bethan Williams (BethanW@womankind.org.uk).

Deadline for proposals: 30th November 2015

Deadline for completion of evaluation: 4th January 2015