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And Evaluation Officer
United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM)
2 July 2010 (12noon)
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The United Nations Development
Fund for Women (UNIFEM) is a women's Fund at the United Nations
that provides financial and technical assistance to innovative programmes
and strategies that promote women's human rights, political
participation and economic security. UNIFEM Project Office Zimbabwe
promotes gender equality and women's empowerment, as a crucial
contribution to sustainable development in Zimbabwe, through advocacy
campaigns, technical and financial assistance to programmes and
projects, dissemination of catalytic information to the sector and
coordination of the sector's activities. The Gender Support
Programme (GSP) funded by EC, DFID and the Royal Danish Embassy
together with gender and women's empowerment actors seek to
ensure that the gender and women's empowerment sector in Zimbabwe
works around clear strategic plans in priority areas as a way of
maintaining momentum for greater coordination and cooperation within
the sector generated by the Gender Scoping Study.
UNIFEM Project Office
Zimbabwe will engage the services of a Monitoring and Evaluation
Under the guidance and
supervision of the Country Director, the Evaluation Officer contributes
to the effective implementation of the evaluation policy, ensures
that all monitoring and evaluation requirements for the Gender Support
Programme and projects are met, and participates in the conduct
of thematic and crosscutting evaluations.
The Programme Officer
works in close collaboration with the Management, Programme and
Operations Teams in the CO, UNIFEM Evaluation Office staff and GSP
Steering Committee to ensure that thematic, programme and project
evaluations are carried out according to schedules and that findings
and recommendations are implemented and followed up.
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