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- We support and promote one another’s well-being as people, not just employees.
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Defining Global Advocacy Strategy for Multilateral Institutions Terms of Reference for Consultancy
Description of Assignment
We are seeking a consultant to conduct a thorough landscape analysis of the broad ecosystem of multilateral institutions focused on poverty reduction, social protection, and sustainable development to inform BRAC UPGI’s efforts to shape the global dialogue on extreme poverty. In addition, the consultant will develop an advocacy strategy for our target multilateral institutions (MIs), particularly the World Bank (WB), Asian Development Bank (ADB), and African Development Bank (AfDB), based on a landscape analysis for each multilateral institution.