Project Implementation Manager

Lusaka, Zambia, Consultancy

MAKE WAY Programme
The ‘Make Way programme’ is a five-year programme (2021-2025) aiming to break down barriers to Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) by promoting a new way of considering discrimination through an intersectional lens. This examination of inequality does not rely on a single dimension such as solely race or gender but acknowledges the multiple aspects that make up one’s identity. By exploring the impact of converging dimensions such as wealth, ability, ethnicity, migration status, the overlapping vulnerabilities are made visible to understand their effects on people’s SRHR.
Thus, the Make Way programme uses an intersectional approach to acknowledge systemic discrimination due to overlapping aspects of a person’s identity (sexual orientation, gender, race, economic status, immigration status, national origin, etc) and the subsequent impact on access to SRH services and rights.
PARTNERS
The consortium consists of Akina Mama wa Afrika, The Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians, Kenya, Forum for African Women Educationalists, Liliane Foundation, VSO Netherlands, with Wemos as lead, in partnership with the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Make Way programme is implemented in Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, and Zambia, the (Eastern and Southern) African region and at the global level.
On behalf of the Make Way consortium, VSO wishes to conduct the social exclusion, gender, political economy analysis and selected baseline data indicators.  VSO is an International Organisation working towards building communities that are resilient, inclusive, and accountable across all its programmes. VSO uses three fundamental ‘core approaches’ – social inclusion and gender, resilience, and social accountability in all its programming to bring about change among people’s lives. VSO carries out continuous evaluation of its work and systematic assessments of all projects, programmes, and policies before implementing any intervention to understand and improve the work of reducing poverty.

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