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Seeking provider for 'GBV Gap Analysis 2.0'


Location: Flexible

Organization: Elrha

Elrha is seeking a provider/team to undertake a Gap Analysis that will identify the most pressing gaps or needs that must be addressed by the humanitarian community working to end gender-based violence (GBV).

Aim & Purpose of Work:

The GBV Gap Analysis 2.0 should build and expand on our original GBV Gap Analysis to provide a global situational analysis of GBV prevention, risk mitigation and responsive in humanitarian settings, and identify and prioritise the most pressing gaps, or needs, to be addressed. In doing so, we expect the GBV Gap Analysis 2.0 to increase attention to the priorities of women, girls and GBV practitioners affected by crisis.

The purpose of the work is as follows:

  • To provide a systematic and comprehensive global assessment of GBV in emergencies within the framework of GBV prevention, risk mitigation and response.
  • To identify and prioritise evidence gaps and/or key needs to be addressed by the humanitarian community.
  • To increase attention to the priorities of women and girls affected by crisis, and their recommendations to improve their safety and wellbeing.
  • To inform Elrha’s decisions about future innovation challenges for GBV in emergencies.

Key deliverables:

The Gap Analysis 2.0 should be a highly engaging, accessible and adaptable report & executive summary to inform and engage the sector on the priority areas of need/evidence gaps that must be addressed in by the humanitarian community working to end GBV.


March-August 2020 (see Terms of Reference for detail)

Est budget: up to £70,000 GBP (VAT inclusive)

Qualifications of Provider/Team:

  • Extensive knowledge of GBV in emergencies, including prevention of and response to GBV in humanitarian settings;
  • Extensive knowledge of existing research, on-going work and the latest global standards regarding GBV in emergencies, ranging from prevention to risk mitigation and response;
  • Extensive knowledge of and ability to engage with key stakeholders within the humanitarian GBV community of practice including: international organisations, donors, global coordination mechanisms (e.g. the GBV Area of Responsibility, the Call to Action on Protection from GBV in Emergencies) INGOs, women-led CSOs, feminist organisations, women’s rights organisations, etc;
  • Extensive experience of conducting high quality and ethical research, situational analyses, consultations, literature reviews;
  • Ability to gain access to key information and effectively and appropriately engage with local, national and international stakeholders in relevant sectors;
  • Ability to communicate complex ideas and clear, actionable recommendations to a broad but informed audience;
  • Ability to produce high quality written reports and engaging materials, with consideration for accessible formats to agreed deadlines.


For questions, please email, referencing Angela Francis

See the full job description

How to apply:

Please carefully read the Terms of Reference for details on proposal submission, requirements, provider qualifications and assessment.

Deadline for applications: 23:59 GMT on 1 March 2020. 

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