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Solicitation for a Resident Hire U.S. Personal Services Contractor (USPSC)

1. SOLICITATION NO.: 72069619R00019
2. ISSUANCE DATE: November 24, 2020
3. CLOSING DATE/TIME FOR RECEIPT OF OFFERS: January 08, 2021/17:30 Central Africa Time (CAT)
4. POSITION TITLE: Digital Development Advisor
5. MARKET VALUE: $92,977 to $120,868 equivalent to GS-14. Final compensation will be negotiated within the listed market value.
6. PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE: Initial period of performance of one to two years, with options to review annually for a maximum of five years per contract mechanism.
7. PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Kigali, Rwanda

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GENDER AND SOCIAL INCLUSION ASSESSMENT

This report was prepared by Laterite, Ltd. in close collaboration USAID/Rwanda. The authors of this report are Serafina Buzby, Loes van der Velde, and Ellen van Himbergen. Data collection was supported by Dominique Kalisa and Ezron Mucyo.
The authors would like to thank the USAID/Rwanda Health Office, M&E team, and disability advisors for their guidance and support for this assessment. In addition, the authors would like to thank all the key informants who shared their knowledge, ideas, and experience with us.

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Valuing Open and Inclusive Civic Engagement (VOICE) 2015-2020

Project Appraisal Document (PAD)

This Valuing Open and Inclusive Civic Engagement (VOICE) Project Appraisal Document (PAD) informs the design of mechanisms and activities supported by USAID/Rwanda intended to increase civic participation and consultation in governmental decision-making at all levels.

In line with the Government of Rwanda (GOR), USAID/Rwanda’s goal, as captured in its Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS), is to accelerate Rwanda’s progress to middle-income status and better quality of life through sustained growth and reduction of poverty. This goal is undermined, however, when the GOR restricts citizens’ input into policies affecting them, does not consistently respect the rule of law and human rights and limits public dialogue to the one-sided acceptance of official policies and narratives. This lack of substantive engagement with citizens coupled with a weak protection of civil rights and liberties will inevitably limit the sustainability of peace and development in Rwanda.

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Last updated: January 07, 2021

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