Call for proposals: IMAGES MENA household survey - Tunisia
Submission deadline: 24 November 2019
UN Women is looking to partner with one or more research groups in Tunisia to conduct an IMAGES MENA household survey and companion qualitative research. The International Men and Gender Equality Survey, Middle East and North Africa (IMAGES MENA), is a ground-breaking collaboration between SIDA, UN Women, Promundo and local research partners to understand how men are responding to gender equality and how men can be engaged in empowering women. Consisting of a household survey and companion qualitative research, IMAGES MENA has been conducted with more than 12,000 men and women in five countries across the Arab region (Egypt, Lebanon, Kuwait, Morocco and Palestine). In collaboration with Promundo, UN Women plans to implement IMAGES MENA in Tunisia. UNWOMEN invites qualified parties to submit Technical and Financial Proposals to provide services associated with the UN WOMEN requirement for Responsible Party (Non-Governmental Organization, Community Based Organizations (CBOs) and Academic Organizations). The selected partner will be tasked with helping to adapt, and pilot, the IMAGES MENA questionnaire in-country, as well as conducting the household survey with a minimum of 1,200 men and 1,200 women in nationally representative samples of the population. Depending on the competencies of the quantitative research partner, the same group or a second research entity will be contracted to conduct qualitative research (focus groups and individual interviews) to elaborate upon and further elucidate key issues related to gender roles and rights raised in the household questionnaire.
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