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UNFPA, United Nations Population Fund, an international development agency, invites qualified organizations to submit proposals following requested services. The purpose of the Invitation for Proposals is to identify eligible non-governmental organizations for prospective partnership with UNFPA Mozambique Country Office, Maputo to support achievement of results outlined in below.


The expected result of the organization to be recruited will be to pilot and implement the male mentorship package in targeted districts, including introducing the appropriate implementation structure and integration within Rapariga Biz and to ensure a robust monitoring and evaluation framework to be to capture the results, learning and recommendations for the male engagement competent to be strengthened in the second phase of Rapariga Biz as well as under other appropriate UNFPA-supported programmes as the Spotlight Initiative and My Choice.


Within this framework and as set out on 2017-2020 Country Programme Document,  working with government and other partners, UNFPA is implementing the joint UN national flagship programme “Rapariga Biz'' as the lead UN agency in collaboration with UNESCO, UNICEF and UN Women. The programme has been implemented in Nampula and Zambezia province from 2016-2020, and is currently in its transition phase with financial support from Sweden (main donor) and Canada. In 2018-2019,  DFID came onboard providing financial support to the learning agenda including the piloting of several new approaches, including in the area of male engagement. On that basis John Hopkins University was included as an implementing partner under UNFPA to develop and test a male mentorship package in targeted districts in close collaboration with the national CSO Rede Hopem.