World University Service of Canada (WUSC) is seeking resumes of qualified professionals for an upcoming Education Project bid in Malawi. The availability of these positions is contingent on the award of these bids.
With 60 years of continuing success, CODE (www.code.ngo) is Canada’s leading international development agency uniquely focused on advancing literacy and education in some of the world’s regions in greatest need. By acting to establish and ignite engaging learning environments through the development and publishing of locally authored and designed children books, training teachers and teacher-librarians, resourcing libraries as well as distributing significant numbers of high quality reading materials, CODE focuses on inspiring young minds to improve their
Agriteam Canada Consulting Ltd. provides management and technical expertise to developing and transitional country partners on projects that promote sustainable growth and meaningful opportunities for people to improve their lives.
CODE is looking for a Consultant with a passion for education and literacy to conduct a gender assessment and strategy for the Transforming Girls Education Project (TGEP) in Sierra Leone.
CODE is seeking a Consultant with a passion for education and literacy to conduct a baseline study for the Transforming Girls Education Project (TGEP) in Sierra Leone.
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You have the opportunity to share your story at our Disruptor Showcase during our upcoming CAIDP Conference. // Saisissez l’occasion de partager vos expériences à l’occasion de la démonstration des facteurs de perturbation qui aura lieu lors de prochaine conférence du RPCDI.
The Canadian Association of International Development Professionals (CAIDP) is conducting research to assess Canada's current landscape of expertise related to Canada's foreign policy priorities, particularly Canada's Feminist International Assistance Policy (FIAP). The objective is to gain a comprehensive understanding of the expertise available in various thematic areas. Furthermore, we would like to assess how experts find consultancy/programming opportunities and how institutions source their pools of experts.
With funding from the LNGB Window, WUSC seeks to procure a research and consulting firm to conduct a feasibility study to better understand the demographics, catchment area, needs and challenges of orphaned and unattended or marginalized girls in Afghanistan, including those with disabilities, particularly with respect to having access to and receiving a quality education.