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Consultancy Conducting a Gendered Political Economy Analysis

Deadline: Feb 28, 2024 Status: CLOSED
2024-02-28 10:31:00

 CISP – Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli (International Committee for the Development of Peoples) is a rights-based international NGO established in 1983 in Rome. CISP implements humanitarian, rehabilitation, and development projects through cooperation with public and private local actors in over 30 countries globally.

Since 1983 CISP has been working in Somalia to carry out projects in areas of emergency and development by supporting local authorities to provide quality, equitable, transparent, and accountable services in various sectors. Currently CISP Somalia has various field offices, including a coordination office in Mogadishu and implements projects in the sectors of Education, Protection, Culture, Health and Nutrition. 

In particular, CISP is implementing an FCDO funded project titled "Empowered Communities, Including Boys and Girls, to Fight Against Violence Against Women and Children in and Around Schools". The aim of the project is to contribute to the reduction of violence against women, boys and girls through creation of safer schools and communities by transforming harmful social norms into positive social norms that uphold the dignity, safety and equity for women, boys and girls and their families in Banadir and Galmudug regions of Somalia. The program in going to be implemented in three districts, 2 in Banadir, namely Waberi and Wadajir, and 1 in Galmudug, namely Galkacyo. A total of 9 schools are targeted with this project: 4 schools in Banadir and 5 schools in Galkacyo.

CISP, under the FCDO-funded project is conducting a gender political and economic analysis to examine how gender and other social inequalities shape people’s access to power and resources – and how gendered inequalities and power relations then impact on violence against women, girls and boys and on its prevention in Mogadishu and Galkacyo.


The aim of this assignment is to undertake a Gendered Political Economy Analysis (GPEA) for  FCDO funded project "Empowered Communities, Including Boys and Girls, to Fight Against Violence Against Women and Children in and Around Schools" to inform the project on: a) the political, economic, societal and community level drivers of VAW and VAC, b) the levers for preventing VAW and VAC, and c) recommendations to eliminate drivers of VAW and VAC.

Click on the link to download the consultancy TOR WW2_GPEA_TOR_CISP Somalia-Final



International Committee for the Development of Peoples