In early 2014, UNESCO launched a national project, “Strengthening comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) Programmes for Young People in School Settings in Zambia,” funded by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA). The project aims to strengthen the delivery of comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) targeting young people (including young people living with HIV (YPLHIV) and young people with disabilities) age 10 to 24 in Zambia through increasing access to high quality and age appropriate sexuality education and services. Ultimately, the project aims to contribute to better sexual and reproductive health outcomes for Zambian adolescents and young people.
UNESCO and SIDA would like to document the process of scaling up CSE programmes in Zambia, covering the period from the inception of the project to date. The aim of the consultancy is to document the process to date, highlighting barriers, opportunities, drivers and lesson-learning that could be applicable to other countries wishing to scale up, as well as identifying challenges and current weaknesses that will need to be addressed to ensure the success of the project.
Please see the terms of reference below for further details on the consultancy.
Applicants wishing to be considered for this consultancy work should submit their concept notes and CV’s to firstname.lastname@example.org by 10 January 2016.