Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) is seeking an experienced monitoring and evaluation consultant to work with PHR’s U.S-based team on its Building Forensic Capacity to Document, Analyze, and Preserve Evidence of International Crimes in Northern Iraq project. The project’s aim is to improve the prospects for justice and reparations for survivors and witnesses of sexual violence and torture. This will be achieved through capacity building efforts that support the integration of medical-legal evidence into an overall effort to collect evidence of various human right violations.
The consultant will support monitoring and evaluation for the Iraq project, through examining the extent to which the project is on track to achieve its overall goals and objectives, evaluating whether trainings were implemented as planned, and informing future programming.
Deadline for applications: 25 February 2019.
For more information and how to apply, visit: https://phr.org/about/jobs/monitoring-and-evaluation-consultant/#top