After Action Review (AAR) Consultancy – Gender Equality & GBV Technical Support

Website Action Against Hunger Canada

Action Against Hunger Canada is looking for consultants that will conduct an After-Action Review (AAR) to review the gender equality and gender-based violence (GBV) technical support it provided from February 2021 to June 2023 through the Global Emergency Nutrition Response Program (GENRP).

  • Development and implementation of Gender knowledge management systems & tools (LMS hosting; Online Events Calendar tool & Excel systems for gender learning, registration and learning management).
  • Gender technical support including capacity strengthening through the development & delivery of adapted virtual and in-person training curricula.
  • Collection and compilation of Action Against Hunger gender technical knowledge and capacity data.

The purpose of the AAR is to provide key stakeholders such as Action Against Hunger headquarters, country offices, program teams, gender personnel, and partner organizations, lessons learned, best practices and recommendations that could guide and improve gender equality and GBV prevention in its integrated humanitarian programming. Most specifically, the AAR intends to:

  • To guide and improve the overall mainstreaming/integration of gender equality, women’s empowerment and GBV into our ACF programming.
  • To guide and improve the integration of gender equality and GBV into our ACF programming towards a more gender-transformative approach to program design and implementation.
  • To propose future support activities and delivery modalities to build on the results achieved during this pilot initiative.


This work will take place between August to October 2023, with an expected number of days of work of around 30 days. The following outputs are expected from the consultants:

  • Inception report outlining the key methodology and work plan (In English)
  • Complete set of clean data sets
  • Survey questionnaires, FGD plan and tool, KIIs plan and tools (In English, French and Spanish)
  • Draft AAR Report for internal review (In English)
  • Final AAR Report for dissemination (In English)
  • An Executive Summary of the AAR to debrief on the final report and key findings (In English)
  • Facilitation of a dissemination event (Audience, language and modalities to be determined at a later stage)


Applicants should meet the requirements mentioned below:

  • At least 7 years of experience conducting and coordinating global humanitarian project evaluation and AAR.
  • Great written and oral skills in English, French and Spanish are required.
  • Excellent knowledge and proven expertise in gender equality, women’s empowerment and GBV programming.
  • Relevant degree / equivalent experience related to the evaluation to be undertaken.
  • Significant experience in coordination, design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of multi-country programs.
  • Familiarity with international standards and policies including but not limited to the Grand Bargain, and IASC (Inter Agency Standing Committee) GBV Guidelines.
  • Facilitation skills and the ability to manage the diversity of views in different cultural contexts are a requirement.
  • Good communications skills and experience of workshop facilitation.
  • Ability to write clear and useful reports.
  • Ability to manage the available time and resources and to work to tight deadlines.
  • Independence from the parties involved.
  • Familiarity with the context of the humanitarian situation in the countries to be included in this evaluation is considered an asset.

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