IMC recently started a GBV project that include implementation of the EA$E approach to economically empower women and girls in the community, including GBV survivors. This component will be part of the broader GBV program, which includes women centers with GBV response and prevention activities. The proposed project will follow a timeline of 24 months for one complete EA$E series. This will ensure sufficient time for initial adequate research and planning as well as the time needed between cycles to document, analyze and incorporate learning. It will also allow time at the end for evaluation and final modification of the EA$E model. Through EA$E, IMC will also target men and boys through discussion groups. In addition to these activities, men and will be reached through PSS-related activities. IMC has a GBV team in country composed by one GBV Coordinator leading the program in country, and GBV Managers in the main offices. A GBV Technical Advisor supports the program in remote with regular field visits. The consultant will implement the EASE component in coordination with the GBV Coordinator, the program coordinator and provide technical support for the GBV field team.
The consultant will be based in Baghdad but oversee the implementation of the program in all of the operational sites. S/he is responsible for managing and overseeing all aspects of the EA$E program, which includes overseeing planning, execution and monitoring of the EA$E activities. These activities may include ensuring adequate staff capacity building, overseeing the implementation of the Discussion Group Series and staff training. The consultant will mentor and coach the EA$E program managers who will be responsible for directly supervising Economic Empowerment officers, support in monitoring and data collection, and conduct regular data analysis exercises with staff and the GBV technical unit to determine areas for improvement.
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