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New Jobs WFT-Trust, Consultancy – jobs mpya |Ajira


WFT-Trust would like to inform the interested applicants on the
extension of the deadline for the following job vacancies which were
advertised on the different media outlets on 1st Augusts 2020. The new
deadline is 14th September 2020.

Expression of Interest

Consultancy for conducting a Baseline survey for the implementation of WEMA-PLUS Project

Organizational Context

Women Fund Tanzania Trust is the first and only women’s fund in
Tanzania. WFT Trust is uniquely positioned in the mainstream of women
rights movement of Tanzania as an established women’s rights fund
focused on empowering girls, women and women rights’ organizations by
providing grants, thought leadership and investing in outreach and
capacity enhancement for women rights issues. Its reach and focus on
grassroots level women organizations engagement and agenda articulation
means it is in touch with the real issues affecting real women in their
real lives and circumstances.

Anchored in the women’s rights movement of Tanzania WFT-Trust carries
out its mandate through a two pronged approach to women and girls
empowerment which focuses on an innovative grant making mechanism that
targets and links grass roots women actors and national level
organizations and its strategic alliances and partnership building
functions that creates a mutually reinforcing and supportive movement
building processes that seek to amplify women’s voices and visibilising
their contributions in building a Tanzanian society where women realize
their full potential and engage fully in the transformation of their
communities in order to achieve empowerment and social justice.


WFT-Trust is implementing a two-year Sexual Reproductive Health and
Rights (SRHR) project through the support of anonymous donor. As such,
WFT-Trust and the donor have agreed that the implementation of the
Project must be preceded by a Baseline survey that will further
strengthen the formulation, implementation, results framework and future
evaluation of the project. The Project will be implemented in Tanzania.
The project is designed to contribute to increasing the capacity of
women rights organizations and activist’s intervention and advocacy for
essential sexual and reproductive health services and impact on current
policy environment in Tanzania as well as facilitating an atmosphere
that is supportive of human rights and sexual and reproductive rights.

Qualifications and experience of consultant

WFT-Trust is looking for a competent consultant(s)/firm with the following minimum qualifications:
Educated to Master’s level in Public Health, Social Sciences or related. PHD is an advantage
At least 8 years of proven experience in conducting surveys or studies,
Planning, design and management of both qualitative and quantitative
Development of survey tools and Excellent Report writing skills;
M&E systems development and implementation;
Knowledge of Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights, Women Rights in Tanzania context, HIV and AIDS and governance issues;
Experience on the workings of parliament, ministries and CSO’s;
Strong management, organizational, and communication skills;
Proficiency in data analysis software and other computer processing applications; and
Strong evaluation experience and capacity to independently manage the assignment

Purpose of Baseline Survey

The baseline survey is meant to assist the Implementation team at
WFT-Trust with refining the design, establishing and implementing a
comprehensive monitoring plan, including data collection plan, to
identify baseline indicators, set project targets and to develop a cycle
for mid-term and summative evaluation.

The objective of the Baseline Survey

The overall objective of the baseline survey is to assess the ecosystem
of SRHR actors and their positioning with regards to the responses by
national, local organizations and actors and establish benchmark values
and indicators to inform the monitoring and evaluation plan. Therefore,
WFT-Trust seeks to procure the services of a qualified and independent,
external consultant(s)/firm to design, plan and conduct a baseline study
for WEMA-Plus project. The baseline study is anticipated to start by
end of August 2020.

Project description

Women Fund Tanzania Trust believes in the rights of all women to achieve
their fundamental human rights which includes the right to life and the
enjoyment of an equal and just society. In Tanzania these rights are
enshrined in the constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania.
Women’s sexual and reproductive health is related to multiple human
rights, including the right to life, the right to be free from torture,
the right to health, the right to privacy, the right to education, and
the prohibition of discrimination.

WEMA-Plus Project seeks to address the critical need for
conceptual/ideological clarity on rights agenda through mainstreaming a
suite of rights with a specific focus on SRHR conversation into the
rights based approach agenda to coalitions and platforms, Support
grassroots women rights organizations,women organizations and youth led
organizations that implement SRHR interventions through funding and
enhance their institutional capacity. To achieve these goals, WFT-Trust
will strengthen programming and advocacy capacity and provide financial
and non-financial support to grassroots women’s rights organizations
working within SRHR. WFT-Trust will leverage its experience of over 10
years in grant making and working with grassroots actors, leverage
existing linkages between the grassroots base and national level actors
who are key in policy and legal frameworks change and its diverse base
of cross movement partners through its coalitions and platforms.

Women Fund Tanzania will focus on three key strategies to push the SRHR agenda and achieve the below mentioned outcomes.

Using WFT-Trust grant making mechanism to provide grants to grass roots
women’s organizations working within SRHR initiatives across Tanzania
Mainstream the SRHR conversation in the current environment in Tanzania
through coalitions and platforms that WFT-Trust is currently working
Support WFT-Trust institutional capacity on key areas such as governance, human resources and equipment.
Approach and Methodology
The consultant is required to develop and submit along with the
expression of interest an inception phase report which details technical
and financial proposal based on the Terms of Reference to be provided
to the successful consultant outlining how the assignment will be
carried out.

To learn more about the job vacancies, minimum requirements and how to
apply kindly visit our career page.

Application process

Interested applicants should send their application letter accompanied
by resume with names and addresses of 3 professional referees (including
telephone and e-mail) through email: or deliver to physical address: Women Fund Tanzania, Rufiji street, Plot No. 1714, Msasani Peninsular, Near Namibian Embassy.

NOTE: Those who have already applied in response to the initial
announcement either online or by physical submission to WFT Trust office
in Masaki do not need to re-apply as their applications will be

The Expression of Interest letters should concisely describe why the
applicants is interested in the assignment and how competent he/she is
to carry it out successfully. Applicants should also explain how their
professional experience matches the skills and qualifications outlined.
Closing date for application is 14th September 2020.

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