Gender and Economic Inclusion TC Framework (EBRD-12804)

  • Europe and Central Asia
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Original disclosure @ EBRD website

Updated in EWS Mar 13, 2021

Disclosed by Bank Feb 28, 2021

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Project Description

According to the bank website, "The Project is a merger of the existing Bank Projects (a) the Gender Advisory Services Programme (TCRS #296) and (b) the Inclusion Technical Assistance Framework (TCRS #1256) into one combined Framework. The Project will particularly support the Bank's Strategy for the Promotion of Gender Equality (SPGE) 2016-2020 (BDS15-264) and the Economic Inclusion Strategy (EIS) 2017-2021 (BDS17-067).

The project includes new standardized ToRs combining the Gender and Inclusion activities that have been developed across three core thematic areas: (i) Skills and Employment; (ii) Access to Finance and Entrepreneurship; and (iii) Access to Services

The new TC Framework is expected to enable the following efficiencies: (i) the development of combined gender and inclusion TC assignments; (ii) the streamlining of procurement of consultancy services process where appropriate; (iii) better co-ordination in raising donor funds and reporting of impact."

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