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Date Posted: 07/Apr/2014
Deadline: 11/Apr/2014
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Consultancy on modern Agro Commodity Processing techniques and Basic Micro Enterprise Skills Training

 

Project/Consultancy Title: Consultancy on modern Agro Commodity Processing techniques and Basic Micro Enterprise Skills Training

Project Location(s): Kaduna, Plateau, Nasarawa, Benue, and Abuja

Background:

Recurring violence in Nigeria’s Middle Belt has consistently undermined the region’s development. Conflict between pastoralists and farmers in the region has increasingly taken on religious overtones as Christian farmers clash with Muslim pastoralists over scarce natural resources. With funding from DFID, Mercy Corps is working to prevent and resolve conflict between pastoralists and farmers in four Middle Belt states, with an emphasis on conflicts that cross religious lines and negatively affect local livelihoods and economic growth. Our program addresses underlying drivers of community conflict by preventing the escalation of ethno-religious violence and creating incentives for government, the private sector and community members to work proactively to promote stability.

The importance of improved sustainability of dispute resolution through economic and natural resource initiatives cannot be over emphasized. Linking economic development to dispute resolution is one of the strongest lessons learned by Mercy Corps through years of implementing peace building programmes. In order to support the sustainability of dispute resolution agreements and prevent the emergence of new conflicts, local leaders with inputs from their community will identify and implement economic and natural resource initiatives that will address the underlying drivers of the disputes and mitigate potential impacts on agreements.culled from www.justjobsng.com

Purpose / Project Description:

Mercy Corps and partners Pastoral Resolve and Education as Vaccine are preparing to undertake capacity building program that focus on modern Agro Commodity Processing techniques and Basic Principles in Micro Enterprise. These training program will bring together members of conflicting groups, primarily from farmer and pastoralist communities, and as such should address a substantial economic need—related to natural resource management—experienced by both communities. Mercy Corps seeks registered local Non-Governmental Organization or consulting firm that have experience in providing trainings in the rural communities to implement a training program on modern agro commodity processing techniques and basic principles in micro enterprise .The trainings will be implemented in 18 project sites in four states, comprising of Benue, Kaduna, Nassarawa and Plateau.

This training program will help build the capacity of the benefiting community members on modern agro commodity processing techniques and management as well as basic principle in micro enterprise skills, using applied learning techniques, an integrated approach to income generation, household nutrition and homestead farming. The trainings are part of a suite of joint economic activities that will foster economic interdependence and promote increased collaboration related to natural resource management, and so this will serve as the foundation for future economic and resource management programming in target communities. The selected Organization or consulting firm will implement the trainings in each state using Micro-Enterprise Fundamentals Curriculum, in addition to specific agro commodity processing training manual (Rice, Maize, Cassava, Groundnut, Soybean etc).

Consultancy Objectives:

The purpose of this training program is to build the capacity of the community members with the requisite skills to process high quality agro commodity products with the capacity for higher income generation for the communities and to stimulate economic activities within the participating communities. The micro enterprise training will build the capacity of the participants to know how to carry out their mini agro processing activities as a business, using applied learning methodology. This project aims to reduce resource competition, increase economic opportunity, and promote cooperation between the pastoralist and the farming communities of the focal states. The participants will be selected by the community leaders of both the pastoralist and the farming communities.

The training program will as well build the capacity of the participants with the requisite modern skills to make them more economically independent and generate additional income that can help to improve livelihoods within the communities.

Consultant Activities:

The Consultant will:

  • Prepare a draft copy of the agro commodity processing manual to be used.
  • Implement the training program in the target sites within the focal states.
  • Submit a brief training report highlighting the major successes and challenges, as well as participant’s comments.
  • Submit video clip of the training and digital photos in an electronic format
  • The Consultant may be asked to carry out pre and post survey of the trainings.

Consultant Deliverables:

The Consultant will:

Implementation of the trainings (3 days)

Preparation and submission of report (2days)

The Consultant will report to:

Economic and Market Development Advisor

The Consultant will work closely with:

Program Manager, CONCUR, as well as other consultants

Qualifications:

  • The ideal consultants/Organizations will have extensive experience in conducting Micro Enterprise training as well as modern agro commodity processing technique trainings in very rural community.
  • Bidding Organization must be registered with CAC.
  • Individual Consulting team wishing to apply must have minimum 6 years.

Required:

  • Hausa language abilities
  • Ability to facilitate effectively with diverse groups of people, including women and youth
  • Strong writing skills
  • Proven track record of implementing Micro Enterprise Skills training and Agro commodity processing training in rural communities especially in the Middle Belt.
  • Fulfulde language abilities are an added advantage.
  • Advanced degree in relevant subject.

Documents to be submitted with bid are:

  • Copy of Certificate of registration/incorporation of the bidding company
  • Copy of Memorandum and Article of Association
  • Tax Clearance Certificate or last 3 years audited financial statement
  • References to where similar job has been performed

How to apply:

SUBMIT SEALED BID CLEARLY MARKED ON THE ENVELOPE AND ADDRESSED TO:

THE OPERATIONS MANAGER

NO. 5 PEKA CLOSE OFF BUCHANAN CRESCENT,

WUSE 2, ABUJA.

Deadline for submission for all bids is one (1) week after advertisement

 

 

Trainer(s) for Technical Clinics for Community Animal Health Workers (CAHWs) in North- Central Nigeria

 

Background:

Recurring violence in Nigeria’s Middle Belt has consistently undermined the region’s development. Conflict between pastoralists and farmers in the region has increasingly taken on religious overtones as Christian farmers clash with Muslim pastoralists over scarce natural resources. With funding from DFID, Mercy Corps is working to prevent and resolve conflict between pastoralists and farmers in four Middle Belt states, with an emphasis on conflicts that cross religious lines and negatively affect local livelihoods and economic growth. Our program addresses underlying drivers of community conflict by preventing the escalation of ethno-religious violence and creating incentives for government, the private sector and community members to work proactively to promote stability. culled from www.justjobsng.com

The importance of improved sustainability of dispute resolution through economic and natural resource initiatives cannot be over emphasized. Linking economic development to dispute resolution is one of the strongest lessons learned by Mercy Corps through years of implementing peace building programmes. In order to support the sustainability of dispute resolution agreements and prevent the emergence of new conflicts, local leaders with inputs from their community will identify and implement economic and natural resource initiatives that will address the underlying drivers of the disputes and mitigate potential impacts on agreements.

Purpose / Project Description:

Mercy Corps and partners The Pastoral Resolve (PARE) and Education as a Vaccine (EVA) are preparing to undertake technical clinics that focus on skills related to economic activity and natural resource management. These clinics will bring together members of conflicting groups, primarily from farmer and pastoralist communities, and as such should address a substantial economic need—related to natural resource management—experienced by both communities. Mercy Corps seeks consultants to carry out these clinics to build upon areas of potential commonality. The technical clinics are part of a suite of joint economic activities that will foster economic interdependence and promote increased collaboration related to natural resource management, and so these clinics will serve as the foundation for future economic and resource management programming in target communities. Mercy Corps along with our local partner organizations will identify partners and vendors for an ideal venue that will host and provide some logistical support towards these clinics. The Consultant will work closely with Mercy Corps & and partner staff.

Consultant Objectives:

To carry out clinics using standard curriculum where enhanced skills in economic activity or resource management would benefit CONCUR communities, with a focus on needs that are shared between the conflicting groups. In this particular consultancy, the consultant will train selected community members to become Community Animal Health Workers (CAHWs).

The clinics should enable trainees make diagnosis and undertake treatment of disease problem, keep treatment records, and assist in control and prevention. Trainers should teach trainee concepts of business skills and disease surveillance and reporting and any other area as identified as having an impact towards project goals.

Consultant Activities:

The Consultant will:

Train community members to become CAHWs. Such members of the community will undergo extensive training on basic veterinary clinical skills and business management. The clinics module/curriculum for Community Animal Health Workers should provide preparatory support for trainees to provide further delivery of training of prospective CAHWS on basic veterinary clinical skills. Such clinics should comprise of relevant modules each giving the relevant topics, objectives for topics, suitable methodology, estimated timing, materials and content outline.

Consultant Deliverables:

The Consultant will:

Deliverable

1 Prepare/modify existing curriculum for CAHWs Due Date: April 2014

2 Carry out full and extensive clinics with 49 community members Two weeks, beginning 31st March and ending 11th AprilDue Date: April 2014

3 Present a detailed report on the clinics May 2014

4 Possible follow-up visits to identified site locations on a case-by-case basis Due Date: To be negotiated

Note: Final payments will be processed based on the submissions of all these reports.

The Consultant will report to:

The Program Manager

The Consultant will work closely with:

Partner organizations, with support from Mercy Corps CONCUR team

Qualifications:

The ideal consultant(s) should have extensive experience in Livestock Development & Management, Economic Development, Natural Resource Management, as well as an appreciation of related issues and challenges, in North-Central Nigeria.

Required:

  • Ability to carry out clinics in Hausa language
  • Degree or recognized higher certification in Veterinary Medicine , Livestock Management or any other related field of specialization
  • Past experience working closely/directly with local rural community members
  • Ability to communicate effectively with ethnically and culturally diverse groups of people
  • Strong writing skills is needed
  • Proven track record of implementing and or carrying out similar clinics leading towards official certification in the past (please provide evidence of prior similar trainings conducted).
  • Experience working with international non- profit organizations, Government Ministries, Agencies, Departments, Parastatals etc.
  • Previous experience working with pastoralist communities will be an added advantage

For interested individual consultants’ and private companies these documents should accompany your bids:

  • Copy of Certificate of registration/incorporation of the bidding company
  • Copy of Memorandum and Article of Association
  • Tax Clearance Certificate or last 3 years audited financial statement
  • References of organizations for which similar jobs have been performed

Interested parties should present a technical capacity statement and detail experience in implementing similar trainings, along with relevant CVs of consultants to lead the training. Provide a detailed budget for the work requested, as per the Consultant Deliverables section. Note that training duration is expected to last two (2) weeks and that consultants should have a curriculum prepared due to prior experience. Please provide one day of consultant effort to review and revise curriculum to tailor to this assignment. In your cost estimate, please also include up to five total follow-up visits of one day each to sites located in target states (please present an average cost given that distances and costs of hotel will vary).

How to apply:

SUBMIT SEALED BID CLEARLY MARKED ON THE ENVELOPE AND ADDRESSED TO:

THE OPERATIONS MANAGER

NO. 5 PEKA CLOSE OFF BUCHANAN CRESCENT,

WUSE 2, ABUJA.

Deadline for submission for all bids is one (1) week after advertisement

 

 

Program Officer - Educating Nigerian Girls in New Enterprises (ENGINE) program

 

 

PROGRAM/DEPARTMENT SUMMARY:

The ENGINE Program Officer will provide technical assistance for the implementation of a proposed 3-year project to reduce financial and education barriers for marginalized Nigerian adolescent girls and young women. The goals of the ENGINE program are to increase girls’ and young women’s access to (1) financial education and life skills; (2) peer-to-peer networks and mentors; and (3) direct assets (materials and savings). ENGINE will integrate young women into value chains as well as conduct other market-driven employment opportunities. ENGINE will also work with girls in formal and informal education to increase their learning opportunities and outcomes to prepare them for future economic activities. ENGINE will be implemented in FCT/Abuja, Lagos, Kano, and Kaduna States. Mercy Corps will serve as a sub-awardee to a large international company and will collaborate with other stakeholders for the implementation of the ENGINE program, including the Nigerian Ministry of Education and Central Bank, as well as private sector actors.

GENERAL POSITION SUMMARY:

The Program Officer will support the implementation of activities that transition girls in school or in informal education into economic activities. This position will ensure ENGINE implementation is responsive to marginalized Nigerian girls, their communities, state and non-state secondary schools, and other skill-based centers.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Provide technical assistance to partners in the implementation of grantee program activities
  • Ensure that activities listed in grant recipients’ sub-award are implemented on time, target and budget.
  • Accompany other program staff for site visits to ensure sub grant program implementation and compliance;
  • Review sub-award recipients programmatic reports, program deliverables, provide report feedbacks and ensure quick responses on report feedbacks by sub-award recipients through regular contact by phone, email, and site visits;
  • Coordinate links with existing and planned donor interventions that target adolescent girls to identify girls on an on-going basis to participate in ENGINE activities.
  • Identify Nigerian partners – NGOs as well as vocational training/skills centers – to participate in ENGINE activities.
  • Advocate for the inclusion of marginalized girls and for girls to be active in non-traditional sectors at the household and community level and within Nigerian vocational and skills-based education.
  • In collaboration with M&E staff, implement relevant surveys, need assessments, data and information collection for on-going monitoring.
  • Identify financial education and life skills materials and courses designed by the Ministry of Education, other donor interventions, national and local NGOs and vocational/skills centers.
  • Coordinate closely with other ENGINE personnel to ensure all objectives of the proposal and activities are met.
  • Perform administrative functions such as maintain filling system for partners, scheduling of meetings/ venues, as needed;
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by the supervisor

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY:N/A

ACCOUNTABILITY

REPORTS DIRECTLY TO:Senior Program Officer, ENGINE

WORKS DIRECTLY WITH:Other ENGINE technical and program staff and Mercy Corps’ implementation partners.

KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE:

  • BA/S or equivalent in education, management, social sciences, international development or other relevant field. MA preferred.
  • A minimum of 3-4 years of experience in education, gender- focused, skills building program.
  • Experience managing large-scale secondary education or school to work and especially targeting marginalized girls or young women programs required. Prefer expertise in at least one of the following areas: accelerated learning programs, Islamic and/or community-based education targeting community acceptance of girl’s education, increasing economic assets through savings clubs and links to financial institutions. Experience using SMS for training or messaging preferred.
  • Experience working in a multi-organizational team (international and national partners) is a plus.
  • Experience with private-sector led initiatives and DFID strongly preferred.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills in English required, including report development, writing and editing. Hausa language skills preferred
  • Demonstrated attention to detail, ability to follow procedures, meet deadlines and work independently and cooperatively with team members.
  • Experience working with ministries and government officials, Ministry of Education experience preferred.

SUCCESS FACTORS:

The successful Program Officer will combine exceptional management skills and technical skills with a focus on innovative interventions to engage adolescent girls in informal education and skills building linked with private sector entrepreneurship and employment opportunities in a culturally and religiously conservative environment. S/he will have an outstanding ability to support innovative and complex programs within the current and future program structure of Mercy Corps in the region. Multi-tasking, prioritizing, problem solving and simultaneous attention to detail and strategic vision are essential.

LIVING CONDITIONS/ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS:

The position will be based in Abuja and will support activities in Kano, Kaduna, and Lagos, with an estimated travel of up to 60% to program locations.

Mercy Corps Team members represent the agency both during and outside of work hours when deployed in a field posting or on a visit/TDY to a field posting. Team members are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner and respect local laws, customs and Mercy Corps' policies, procedures, and values at all times and in all in-country venues.

How to apply:

All applications should be sent [email protected] with PROGRAM OFFICER ENGINE as the subject of the email, applications without the subject properly addressed will be disqualified.

Submission should be on or before 11th April 2014.Note: shortlisting will start as soon as we start receiving applications and deadline might be changed without prior notice. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

 

 

Consultancy Services for Training of Trainers on Cooking Fuel Briquette Production

Background:

Recurring violence in Nigeria’s Middle Belt has consistently undermined the region’s development. Conflict between pastoralists and farmers in the region has increasingly taken on religious overtones as Christian farmers clash with Muslim pastoralists over scarce natural resources. With funding from DFID, Mercy Corps is working to prevent and resolve conflict between pastoralists and farmers in four Middle Belt states, with an emphasis on conflicts that cross religious lines and negatively affect local livelihoods and economic growth. Our program addresses underlying drivers of community conflict by preventing the escalation of ethno-religious violence and creating incentives for government, the private sector and community members to work proactively to promote stability.

The importance of improved sustainability of dispute resolution through economic and natural resource initiatives cannot be over emphasized. Linking economic development to dispute resolution is one of the strongest lessons learned by Mercy Corps through years of implementing peace building programmes. In order to support the sustainability of dispute resolution agreements and prevent the emergence of new conflicts, local leaders with inputs from their community will identify and implement economic and natural resource initiatives that will address the underlying drivers of the disputes and mitigate potential impacts on agreements.

Purpose / Project Description:

Mercy Corps and partners Pastoral Resolve and Education as Vaccine are preparing to undertake capacity building initiatives that focus on making Cooking/Biomass Fuel Briquettes from Agricultural and Domestic Waste. These training programs will bring together members of conflicting groups, primarily from farmer and pastoralist communities throughout the Middle Belt, and will address a substantial economic need—related to natural resource management—experienced by both communities, as determined through Mercy Corps assessments. Mercy Corps seeks an International Consultant with experience in providing trainings in rural communities to implement a training of trainers (TOT) program on the production of cooking fuel briquette from agricultural and other domestic waste. The TOT will be implemented at project sites as per Mercy Corps assessments in the region, potentially in Nasarawa, Plateau, and Benue states. The participants will be selected by Mercy Corps based on thorough consultations with the communities.

These trainings will use applied learning techniques to help build the capacity of the benefiting community members on how to produce fuel briquette from agro waste and other solid waste generated domestically, and will employ an integrated approach to income generation, environmental cleanliness and conservation. The trainings are part of a suite of joint economic activities that will foster economic interdependence and promote increased collaboration related to natural resource management, and so this will serve as the foundation for future economic and resource management programming in target communities. Once community members are trained in briquette production, Mercy Corps and other local organizations will facilitate the development of briquette-making cooperatives and will facilitate market linkages in order to ensure sustainability and market integration.

Consultancy Objectives:

The purpose of these training initiatives is to build the capacity of the community members with the requisite skills to process high quality cooking fuel briquette from agro and other solid waste generated within the environment, fuel briquette with the capacity for higher income generation for the communities and to stimulate economic activities within the participating communities. The training will simultaneously promote economic interdependence between two previously conflicting communities. This project aims to reduce resource competition, increase economic opportunity, and promote cooperation between the pastoralist and the farming communities of the focal states. The participants will be selected by the community leaders of both the pastoralist and the farming communities.

The training program will as well build the capacity of the participants with the requisite modern skills for facilitation to enable them step down trainings to other communities and make them more economically independent and generate additional income that can help to improve livelihoods within the communities.

The consultant will be responsible for training community members, including male and female leaders, youth and non-youth, to train their peers in briquette production. The consultant should have intimate knowledge not only of briquette production, but also of local construction of machinery that produces/presses briquettes.

Consultant Activities:

The Consultant will:

  • Modify/prepare a curriculum for the TOT, subject to Mercy Corps approval.
  • Finalize training agenda and curricula for training.
  • Prepare for the TOT in consultation with Mercy Corps and partners
  • Conduct TOT with assistance of Mercy Corps and local partners in facilitation and interpretation (Consultant is not expected to know Hausa, though knowledge of Hausa will benefit the application)
  • Consult with local carpenters and supervise the construction of at least one briquette press
  • Trainees conduct a step down training at the community level with the supervision of the consultant
  • Submit a brief training report highlighting the major successes and challenges, as well as participant’s comments.
  • Submit video clip of the training and digital photos in an electronic format
  • The Consultant may be asked to carry out pre and post survey of the trainings.

Consultant Deliverables:

The Consultant will:

DeliverableDuration (Days) Due Date LocationPrepare/modify curriculum for TOT of briquette making 3 TBD Anywhere Revise curriculum as per Mercy Corps input 2 TBD Anywhere Implementation of the TOT 5 TBD Abuja, Nasarawa, or Plateau Supervision of Step down training 4 TBD Nasarawa or Plateau Supervision of briquette press construction 2 TBD Abuja Preparation and submission of report 4 TBD AnywhereTotal Working Days 20 Total Working Days in-Country 11

The Consultant will report to:

Economic and Market Development Advisor

The Consultant will work closely with:

Program Manager, as well as partner organizations and consultants

Qualifications/Requirements:

  • At least 3-5 years of experience implementing trainings in rural communities
  • At least 2 years of experience in conducting training of trainer on cooking fuel briquette production using agricultural and other domestic waste
  • BA or equivalent in economic development, environmental studies, or other relevant degree.
  • Previous international development experience, including waste management, economic development, or climate change projects.
  • English language abilities
  • Ability to facilitate effectively with diverse groups of people, including women and youth
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Strong writing skills
  • Proven track record of implementing TOTs successfully

Preferred:

· Masters degree in relevant subject

· Hausa language abilities

· Experience working or living in Nigeria or other West African countries

How to apply:

Application Closing Date: April 11, 2014

Please email the following to [email protected] with the subject line “Application for Briquette Production Trainer of Trainers Consultant”:

  • CV/resume
  • Brief narrative outlining approach and prior relevant experience
  • Budget in line with deliverable table outlined above
  • List of references

 

 

Nike Foundation Adolescent Girl Financial Inclusion Coordinator

GENERAL POSITION SUMMARY:

The Coordinator will be seconded into the Girl Hub in Nigeria and Mercy Corps Nigeria. S/he will provide technical advice and support to the Girl Hub and Mercy Corps teams in Nigeria. The Coordinator is a senior position with supervisory and advisory responsibilities. The Coordinator will supervise the work of sector Program Managers including the planning, implementation, and communication of ongoing programs that strengthened the education and economic empowerment of girls.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

· Bring financial inclusion expertise and support/drive the work to target and reach the bottom 40% of girls across strategies and plans; ensure our work starts and ends with the ‘last girl’.

· Provide technical support on financial inclusion to the implementation, monitoring and review of the ENGINE, ASSETS and GOAL programs

· Mentor and develop the technical capacity of staff

· Identify, design and deliver technical support to economic empowerment of adolescent girls programmes

· Provide adolescent girl subject matter expertise throughout our work to influence systems and (Government of Nigeria, the World Bank, UN, private sector, and other key partners, focusing on the Central Bank of Nigeria Financial Inclusion Framework)

· Network within DFID and other appropriate organisations to increase coordination and identify gaps on adolescent girl programs in Nigeria

· Play an active role with Girl Hub country and global teams in building institutional knowledge to create compelling multidisciplinary evidence of taking the girl effect to scale in country.

ACCOUNTABILITY

REPORTS DIRECTLY TO: Girl Hub Country Director with a dotted line to Mercy Corps Country Director

WORKS DIRECTLY WITH:

  • Girl Hub Nigeria team; DFID northern Nigeria team; Girl Hub London and Nike Foundation teams (Pillar leads, Design & Innovation, Insights, and Brand team, Monitoring and Learning team, Global Initiatives team, Girl Direct and g.school team).
  • Mercy Corps Country team: Country Director, Program Managers of the ENGINE, ASSETS and GOAL prorgrams

KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE:

  • A degree, preferably graduate level, in Business Administration, Economics or Finance is required;
  • At least 7 years work experience working on financial inclusion for vulnerable groups, adolescent girls’ programs or gender programming.
  • Proven knowledge of international financial inclusion best practices
  • Fluency in English required, including report development, writing and editing. Strong desire for applicants with fluency in Hausa.

· Demonstrated experience in training, capacity building of partners and team members.

· Demonstrated attention to detail, ability to follow procedures, meet deadlines and work independently and cooperatively with team members required

· Highly developed computers skills with strong familiarity with Microsoft Word and Excel are mandatory.

· Candidate must be willing to travel and work throughout Nigeria.

· Demonstrated flexibility and creativity in planning and problem solving.

· Proven ability to learn quickly to achieve stated results and objectives.

· Strong organizational development and team management experience.

· Experience in project management and coordination; including implementation and monitoring, donor reporting, partner relationships, communication and networking.

· Excellent inter-personal skills and experience of working in a multi-cultural team.

· Commitment to integrity as espoused by Government of Nigeria and DFID values and ethical standards.

· Commitment to diversity and non-discrimination on grounds of culture, disability, gender, religion, race, age and nationality.

SUCCESS FACTORS:

The successful Coordinator will combine sound program management and human resource management skills with a high level of efficiency, a creative and rigorous approach to program development, a consistent field orientation, good donor and external stakeholder representation skills, and the cultural/management sensitivity to hold a supervisory role in Nigeria.

LIVING CONDITIONS/ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS:

The Financial Inclusion Coordinator will be based in Abuja and will coordinate activities throughout the country. The Coordinator will travel frequently to program locations, where security may be particularly difficult at times. Security in Abuja is generally good, although petty crime is a problem. Housing, health care, water, electricity and consumer goods are all reasonably accessible and there are good international and domestic travel options from Abuja Airport.

Team members represent the agency both during and outside of work hours when deployed in a field posting or on a visit/TDY to a field posting. Team members are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner and respect local laws, customs and Girl Hub and Mercy Corps policies, procedures, and values at all times and in all in-country venues.

How to apply:

All applications should be sent to [email protected] with ‘Nike Foundation Adolescent Girl Financial Inclusion Coordinator’ as the subject of the email, applications without the subject properly addressed will be disqualified. Submission should be on or before 18th April 2014.

Note: shortlisting will start as soon as we start receiving applications and deadline might be changed without prior notice. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.







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