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Technical support for compiling the teaching lessons on comprehensive sexuality education (CSE)


1,5 months (October 1 – November 15, 2022)


Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Posted date

16 September 2022


22 September 2022, Thursday, 10:00 am (Ulaanbaatar time; GMT+8)

Purpose of the consultancy: 

The purpose of this consultancy is to provide technical support for compiling the teaching lessons on comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) into a training package for education sector professionals who teach CSE in and out-of-school settings, including health education teachers, social workers, Youth Development Center (YDC) staff, and other relevant professionals. 

Detailed information and required qualifications can be found in the Terms of Reference (TOR), which is available in the list of attachments.

Qualifications and requirements:


• Post-graduate degree in education, social sciences, or related fields;
• At least 10 years of experience working in the education sector; 
• At least 10 years of experience working on life skills, and life skills-based health education, including comprehensive sexuality education; 
• Mongolian native speaker;
• Fluency in English.


Required competencies: 


• Understanding of life skills education, including life skills-based health education and comprehensive sexuality education, sexual and reproductive health;
• Knowledgeable about issues of human rights, maternal, sexual, and reproductive health, and gender in general.


How to apply:


If you meet the qualifications of the announced assignment, please submit your CV or P11 form, full contact information of minimum 3 references, availability, and proposed daily professional fee in Mongolian Tugrik (MNT) by 22nd of September  2022, 10:00AM (Ulaanbaatar time) to with subject line: Ref: IC/22/020  National consultant to compiling the teaching lessons on comprehensive sexuality(CSE)



Incomplete and late applications will be excluded from further consideration
Post is advertised for local nationals only, currently residing in Mongolia.
The UNFPA reserves the right to accept or reject, in part or whole, any or all the proposals at any time without assigning any reason.
Only successful candidate will be notified.