Global South – Research Methodology Coordinator 

Fundación Avina is looking for a Research Methodology Coordinator to the Project “Global Cooperation for Climate Action: southern engagement with climate negotiations and commitments 2020-2023”. The consultancy will run from March 2021 until April 2024 and the consultant will be responsible for coordinate a multi-country, tailored-to-context, participatory research of available knowledge and capacities on specific climate-related topics in 6 developing countries from Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean.


The project “Global Cooperation for Climate Action: southern engagement with climate negotiations and commitments 2020-2023” aims to increase knowledge and capacities to enhance climate action in developing countries, strengthening their engagement with the Paris Agreement “ambition cycle” in a way that is reflected at the 2023 Global Stocktake. It pursues the main goal by strengthening the role played by new agents for action (young, mostly women) through research and training.

The project is founded by the International Development Research Center (IDRC) and will be implemented by Fundación Avina between March 1st 2021 and 30st April 2024 (38 months) in 6 countries from Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean (to be defined).


In coordination with the executive team and research partners of the project, develop the tools to guide 6 national teams in implementing a comparable research synthesis on the state of knowledge and capacities gaps and opportunities of specific climate change topics. The research will combine four research methods: survey, multi-stakeholder dialogue, interviews with key decision-makers and researchers, and literature review. 


Curriculum Vitae in English of consultant and/or team member and proposal of outline for a methodology guide, shall be sent to until May 14th. We request to indicate in the subject “Methodology Coordinator”.


We embrace diversity based on gender, age, education, national origin, ethnic origin, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion. We encourage the application of Afro-descendants, people of indigenous origin and LGBTIQ +. 


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