From August – October 2016, DataShift Direct Support Phase II (DSII) will focus on supporting organisations to collect, manage, analyse and disseminate citizen-generated data (CGD) with the goal of creating effective gender-related campaigns in four priority countries: Argentina, Kenya, Nepal and Tanzania. DSII will include a specific training on how to use CGD for campaigns. The trainings support local civil society organisations to design a CGD campaign to advocate for progress on gender-related issues under SDG 5 (Gender Equality) and across other thematic areas like health, education, water and sanitation, inequality, etc.
DataShift seeks a consultant to research, design, and package existing CGD Campaign Training materials and create new content, if needed, into a ‘campaigning curriculum’. This CDG Campaign Training will be a combination of a two-day in-person group training and six additional webinars or practical exercises to be viewed/completed independently. At the end of the training, the civil society organisations will have a completed campaign plan ready to implement by a strict deadline of 16 August 2016.
See the full scope of work Citizen-Generated Data Campaign Expert.
Applications must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 27 July 2016. Interviews will be held on or around 28 July 2016.