FAO hiring a Sustainability and Resilience Analyst (Gender Statistics)

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Global food security cannot be achieved without women’s equal access to productive resources and services. To increase agricultural productivity and natural resources management, and build resilience it is essential to achieve gender equality and women’s empowerment. In order to support member countries and FAO technical units with the design and implementation of gender-responsive policies and programmes, FAO addresses the gender equality dimensions in its normative work and country-level interventions, including its major statistical databases and surveys.

Similarly, and as a result of the growing importance of natural resource governance within the international agricultural development agenda and more specifically within its Strategic Framework, FAO aims to further the understanding of gender-specific impacts of interventions between agriculture and the environment, such as water and land resources, and ecosystems at large, and in communities at risk of disasters to inform gender-responsive programming and implementation.

To this end and under the general supervision of the Directors of the Social Protection Division (ESP) and the Statistics Division (ESS), under the direct supervision of Regina Laub, Senior Officer Gender Analysis and Policy, and as a member of several task teams, the Consultant will contribute to the work under Strategic Objective 2 (SO-2: “Increase and improve provision of goods and services from agriculture, forestry and fisheries in a sustainable manner”) and Strategic Objective 5 (SO-5: “Increase the resilience of livelihoods to threats and crises ”). The consultant will provide methodological advice mainly in the context of large scale surveys and, upon ad hoc requests, also for project specific studies.

Please see the terms of reference here: TORs Gender and Statistics Consultant

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