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PPPs, development financing in Lusophone Countries
Autora: Mariana ABRANTES de Sousa
sábado, fevereiro 07, 2015
Oportunidade Angola - M&E avaliação educação
Africa, Asia Pacific, Latin America and the Caribbean
Middle East and Eastern Europe.
(French, Spanish, Portuguese, English and Arabic speaking consultants)
MA or PhD
International experience in qualitative & quantitative research processes
Results-based monitoring and evaluation, incl measuring advocacy and campaign impact
Good track record working with civil society and promoting equal education for all
Previous evaluation experience of quality education campaigns essential.
Project duration: Approximately 5 months. Anticipated LOE = 90 days. Starting May 2015.
Each consultant will be required to do fieldwork for +- 5 days (per case study, per country).
Fieldwork expected to take place mid-May to mid-July.
Applications: Forward detailed CV to firstname.lastname@example.org with the title “Education” in the subject line.
Closing date for applications: 7 February 2015
Kindly regard your application unsuccessful should you not hear from us within 7 days. We will contact short-listed candidates directly.
About the Organization
Khulisa is dedicated to the development of Africa, and we are proud that our work makes a positive difference in the lives of those around us. Our commitment to empowerment is reflected in our personnel, partnerships and policies. Firmly supportive of South Africa’s Employment Equity Act and Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) codes, we promote diversity in our workforce, and maintain a employee development programme. Khulisa's staff members have focused their careers on Africa and the development of the continent, and understand the political, cultural and logistic issues of working in developing countries. We have experienced and resolved challenging scenarios, overcome the lack of technology and communications in many environments, and used creative solutions to address low levels of literacy and comprehension, and been sensitive to privacy and confidentiality. Source: Devex.com