Call for applications: Advisory support on gender-smart monitoring & evaluation of Climate and Disaster Risk Finance and Insurance (CDRFI) Programmes
There is an identified demand from InsuResilience Members for advice and support on applying gender-related knowledge in practice. In response, the InsuResilience Centre of Excellence is establishing a Technical Advisory Facility with the goal to support and scale up the practical application of knowledge resource on gender-smart CDRFI solutions. Each support cycle will be dedicated on a specific topic covered by commissioned guidance notes. To date the following guidance notes on gender-smart solutions in the CDRFI sector have been released:
- A gender-smart Approach to Monitoring and Evaluation of Climate and Disaster Risk Finance and Insurance Programmes
- How to translate International Commitments into action to achieve gender-smart Climate and Disaster Risk Finance and Insurance Solutions
- CDRFI and Gender-lens Investing (forthcoming)
The current advisory support phase focuses on gender-smart approaches to Monitoring & Evaluation, based on the InsuResilience guidance note on this topic. The advisory services are provided free of charge by an experienced gender advisor, together with the InsuResilience Global Partnership Secretariat.
The target audience for this service is organisations working in climate risk management, which are currently implementing or seeking to implement climate risk finance or insurance solutions within their activities. This includes national and regional government bodies, private companies, NGOs, and implementing bodies using finance and insurance mechanisms to address climate and disaster risks including in the microinsurance, social protection, and humanitarian sectors.
What you will receive
- 5 – 8 calls of 45 minutes with a Gender Advisor
- Gap analysis and recommendations report
- Individualised action plan tailored to the needs of the entity
- Documented action plan implementation advice
- One virtual peer learning workshop
- Willingness and active commitment to carry out the programme to its completion
- Applicants must be registered organisations or businesses
- Applicants should be working/located in an emerging market.
- Ideally, applicants are already working with CDRFI, either in the initiation phase or the implementation phase
How to Apply
If you are interested in applying to receive support on Gender-Smart M&E through the Technical Advisory Facility, please send the completed application form together with proof of your organisational registration via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following subject line:
Technical Advisory Facility.
Download the complete call for applications and application form here:
For more information on the advisory services and the application procedure, please contact email@example.com.