Interplast is currently seeking expressions of interest for a number of short research consultancies across specified countries in the Asia Pacific region, focused on undertaking an analysis of the local context related to gender equality and disability inclusion. 

Terms of Reference for each are listed below, and each includes application dates and further details. These projects are to be undertaken by consultant/s located within the relevant country (either national or expatriate).

Terms of Reference – Myanmar Project

Terms of Reference – Kiribati Project

Terms of Reference – Vanuatu Project

Terms of Reference – Bangladesh Project

Terms of Reference – Nepal Project 

Terms of Reference – Mongolia Project

Terms of Reference – Laos Project 

Terms of Reference – Bhutan Project

Terms of Reference – Samoa Project

Terms of Reference – Solomon Islands Project

Terms of Reference – Tonga Project

Terms of Reference – PNG Project 

Terms of Reference Vietnam Project 

Interplast is committed to preventing any type of unwanted behaviour at work including sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment; and committed to promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults, and protecting the rights of children. All staff and Interplast personnel are required to undergo due-diligence checks and child safe recruitment and selection procedures. Successful applicants will be subject to a satisfactory clearance of a National Criminal History Check and screening of details against international terrorist listings.

Interplast is an equal opportunity employer committed to embracing a diverse and inclusive work environment.