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Job /Consultancy / Tenders openings:
Chief of Party (COP) based in Kenya, Uganda or Zambia
Deadline: 19th February 2023 5PM EAT
CARE The role of the Chief of Party is to successfully manage SHE SOARS, a multi-country (Zambia, Uganda and Kenya) Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (ASRHR) project, being implemented by CARE, The Center for Reproductive Rights, Youth Coalition for Sexual and Reproductive Rights and Restless Development, funded by the Government of Canada. This position requires experience working on a Global Affairs Canada (GAC) funded project, excellent program management skills and a deep desire to support and nurture youth-led programming and feminist partnership principles.
The Chief of Party will work closely with CARE Canada’s Global Health team and lead the work of the Program Management Unit (PMU) made up of Gender, MEAL and Financial Specialists based in Lusaka. The Chief of Party will coordinate with and support the project teams leading implementation in the three countries, as well as work closely with the project’s global partners to ensure high quality programming, innovation, and learning. This position reports to both the Head of Global Health at CARE Canada, as well as the ACD – Programs at the CARE Office in which this position is based.
The position will provide strategic leadership and ensure that project activities integrate wider CARE and partner learning and best practices as well as feed in and complement CARE’s global advocacy and learning efforts. The role will ensure that project activities are adapted for the unique implementation contexts, while also identifying key approaches for shared learning and scale-up. Key to this role is identifying opportunities for meaningful youth engagement, in partnership with the project’s Youth Advisory Board to ensure adolescent girls, and boys are supported to share their ideas, perspectives and experiences at all steps of the project management cycle.
The successful candidate will work from either the Nairobi, Kampala, or Lusaka CARE Office. The successful candidate must have the legal authorization to work in one of these three countries.
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LOCATION: Kenya, Uganda or Zambia
ENGAGEMENT OF LOCAL IMPLEMENTING PARTNER FOR THE BEIERSDORF-II PROJECT
Deadline: 31st January 2023 5PM EAT
CARE Kenya is looking for a locally registered development/Implementing partner with a strong presence in Kakamega and Bungoma Counties and implementing Economic empowerment and health related projects, with a focus on youth and adolescents. The local partner must demonstrate the highest level of accountability in the implementation of ongoing programs, adherence to the government statutory requirements and compliance to employee engagement labour laws, with strong policies on sexual exploitation and abuse.
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LOCATION: Bungoma and Kakamega Counties
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