Agriteam Canada, a Canadian-based international development consulting firm, is recruiting a Gender and Agricultural Specialist Volunteer in Ethiopia to work as a member of the Capacity Development Support Facility (CDSF) team.
In October 2019, the Canadian Association of International Development Professionals (CAIDP) will host its Annual Conference. We are seeking a qualified individual to lead the coordination and implementation of this important event. || En Octobre 2019, le Regroupement des professionnels canadiens en développement international (RPCDI) tiendra sa conférence annuelle. Nous recherchons une personne qualifiée pour assurer la coordination et la mise en œuvre de cet événement important.
The Program Manager / Sr. Program Officer, Economic Opportunities (PM-EO), will support the strategic implementation of WUSC projects falling under the Economic Opportunities Theme. The position will report to the WUSC Director of Programs and work closely on a day-to-day basis with the project teams based in our countries of operation.
The overall objective of the gender review is to inform the strengths and gaps that exist in addressing gender equality in the AGPII. This study will assist in the identification of opportunities to strengthen the system to better accommodate gender equality.
Le conseiller ou la conseillère est responsable de veiller à l’application de l’Approche et méthodologie de Suivi et Évaluation de SOCODEVI dans les projets, d’appuyer les responsables des projets tant au siège social que sur le terrain dans l’application des stratégies et activités relatives au suivi et évaluation ainsi que de maintenir à jour la plateforme Web I.
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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.
CAIDP offered up a skills workshop on securing funds for SDG related projects. Three panelists shared valuable tips for making proposal stand out, specific details for accessing Global Affairs Canada funding through the Call for Proposal mechanism, and how to access the many funding mechanisms of the international financial institutions and the UN system.
A recent conversation with Bart Édes, North America’s Representative to the Asian Development Bank.