Putting Youth and Women at the Centre of Inclusive Economic Growth (PYWEIG) project

Democracy Works Foundation (DWF) is a Southern African non-profit organisation focused on democracy development in the region by providing tools to develop resilient democracies: inclusive, equitable and sustainable consensus democracy. DWF strengthens resilient democracies through 5 programmatic areas of work: monitoring democracy, strengthening institutions and systems, training democrats and leaders, strengthening democratic culture, and working on good governance and economic governance. DWF and the Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA) are implementing a 42-month project called “Putting Youth and Women at the Centre of Inclusive Economic Growth (PYWEIG)” with financial support from the European Union Delegation in Lesotho targeting Butha Buthe, Leribe and Maseru districts. The programme aims to strengthen the socio-economic development and employability of youth and women in Lesotho.

DWF Lesotho seeks the following expert consultants:

  1. to undertake the development of a comprehensive training curriculum on inclusive local economic development; and
  2. who will develop a training curriculum and modules on understanding how government works for inclusive economic growth.

To learn more about these calls, please follow the relevant link below:

Terms of Reference:

TORs Participatory and responsive support services rvsd 021122

ToRs Understanding How Government Works PYWIEG rvsd 021122

Interested consultants may apply by sending the following to, clearly indicating in the subject line of your email which call you are responding to.

  1. A technical proposal with a brief description of why the individual is suitable for the assignment, approach to the task and proposed methodology.
  2. A CV indicating educational background/professional qualifications, previous experience and contact details (email and telephone number) for three traceable referees.
  • A financial proposal or budget that indicates the all-inclusive consultancy fee is supported by a breakdown of costs.

Submissions must reach us before 16h00 on Monday 14 November 2022, to be considered.

Only those shortlisted will be notified for interviews.   DWF will hold interviews virtually using MS Teams; applicants must ensure that they are familiar with this platform and have a stable internet connection.

Please consider your application unsuccessful if you have not heard from us within two (2) weeks after the closing date.


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