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Advisor Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights – Make Way Consortium

As of 1 September 2022, the Liliane Fund is looking for an:

Advisor Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights – Make Way Consortium

It is a temporary paid position for 32 hours per week (for 5 months, maternity leave replacement)

MIVA and the Liliane Fund stand for an inclusive and diverse society in which everyone can participate, regardless of backgrounds, characteristics and preferences. We are an organization in which all those different colleagues are respected and belong. Together we achieve the best and most beautiful results.

Since 2021, the Liliane Fund and various fellow development organisations, with Wemos as lead, have joined forces. We work together within the Make Way Consortium, a forerunner in operationalizing the concept of intersectionality in sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). Over the next years, we will mobilize a critical mass of civil society as successful intersectional SRHR advocates in Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and Zambia, the (East) African region and at the global level. The Liliane Fund coordinates the programme in Rwanda. In our program, we share innovative practices in intersectional SRHR advocacy, strengthen the advocacy capacity of civil society organizations (CSOs), and implement effective intersectional SRHR lobbying & advocacy at various levels.

As an advisor in the Make Way Consortium, you are responsible for, on the one hand, concretely shaping the positioning and active Advocacy of the Liliane Fund in the field of disability at regional and global level and, on the other hand, giving substance to the contribution of the Liliane Fund in the field of SRHR within the Make Way Consortium.

What are you going to do?

  • Contributing to the SRHR lobbying & advocacy agenda at regional (East Africa) and global level through participation in the Regional Global Team on Advocacy and keeping up with the workplan and indicators of the country programs.
  • Actively participating in meetings, webinars and contributing information on disability inclusive SRHR.
  • Contribute to strong and effective collaboration with and between consortium partners through regular bilateral communication and consortium meetings (mostly online).
  • Contributing to timely and high-quality reports from the Liliane Fund to the consortium.
  • As an SRHR advisor, you will be part of the Inclusive Development team within the International Partnerships & Programmes department. You will receive hierarchical guidance from the team manager, to whom you also report. You will work closely with other colleagues who are committed to this programme.

Who are you?

You give direction in an inspiring way and stimulate mutual cooperation. You are decisive, enthusiastic and result-oriented. You see opportunities rather than obstacles and know how to translate them into concrete activities. You identify relevant developments within your field and represent the Liliane Fund with persuasiveness. Finally, you recognize yourself in the core values of the Liliane Fund: openess, trust and connection.

What do you bring?

  • Academic working and thinking level and training in an area relevant to a development organisation.
  • Extensive knowledge and international work experience (incl. training, coaching) in the field of sexual and reproductive health and rights and lobbying and advocacy.
  • Good understanding of the concept of intersectionality, knowledge of and experience with rehabilitation and/or disability inclusion programs an advantage.
  • Skill in supporting and supervising programs remotely.
  • Excellent oral and written expression skills in English, basic knowledge of Dutch required.

What do we offer?

  • A dynamic job in an organization that was once started by 1 individual and has been effective in providing a future for children with disabilities in developing countries for 40 years now.
  • A driven and expert team with a heart for our mission.
  • Salary based on scale 10 (€ 2.971,- to a maximum of € 4.776,- gross per month for full-time employment, excluding 8% holiday allowance) for temporary employment. Filling in the position as a freelancer/ZZP’er is also possible.
  • Excellent fringe benefits.
  • Room for personal growth and development.


If you are interested and you meet the profile, we would like to receive your motivated application and curriculum vitae, which you can send by e-mail to the HR team ( The vacancy will be open until we have found the right candidate, so don’t wait too long with your response. For more information about the position, please contact Srushti Mahamuni, Advisor Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (06-34 72 49 60 /