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  • NAFASI ZA KAZI-Chemonics International, MEL Manager

    MEL Manager

    Chemonics seeks a monitoring, evaluation, and learning manager for the anticipated USAID Arithmetic and Inclusive Education activity in Tanzania. The Activity’s overall objective is to acquire technical assistance and instructional materials and student aids targeted at improving lifelong learning skills and increasing the inclusivity of primary education, specifically focusing on arithmetic for all students in Standards 1-2. The monitoring, evaluation, and learning manager will be responsible for all MEL-related functions of the activity. We are seeking individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world.

    Responsibilities include:

     Guides the development and/or review of project MEL plan and associated workplans, as reflected in the results framework;
    Ensures quality of collected data, and protect the integrity of project data and information, and ensure that implementation of field activities adheres to the activity’s monitoring, evaluation and learning system;
    Supervises and guides activity’s data collection, and ensure quality of the data by random verifications and validations;
    Provides evidence-based data and information to the technical team for the development of progress reports, technical papers, success stories, case studies, etc.;
    Spearheads, all activity database, survey and assessment methodology documents (sampling frame, guides, instructions, surveys and analysis) for quality assurance, and adherence to USAID data quality standards and industry best practices;

    Qualifications:

    Advanced degree (Master’s level or equivalent) in area of monitoring, evaluation, and learning or another relevant subject matter required;
    7 years of specific experience with managing and executing monitoring and evaluation of donor-funded projects
    Experience working in donor funded projects of similar scope and budget, especially experience collecting data relating to inclusion;
    Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity.

    Application Instructions

    Apply online  by Monday, September 9, 2019. This recruit is being conducted on a rolling basis, so please submit your application as soon as possible. No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists will be contacted. (Remember to select the job your applying for on the Chemonics Online Application form)

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  • NAFASI ZA KAZI-Chemonics International, Finance Manager

    Finance Manager

    Chemonics seeks a finance manager for the anticipated USAID Arithmetic and Inclusive Education activity in Tanzania. The Activity’s overall objective is to acquire technical assistance and instructional materials and student aids targeted at improving lifelong learning skills and increasing the inclusivity of primary education, specifically focusing on arithmetic for all students in Standards 1-2. The finance manager will be responsible for managing all financial aspects of the activity. We are seeking individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world.

    Responsibilities include:

     Oversees the issuance of checks of payment for processed transactions, logs payments, distribute and/or mail checks to the appropriate vendor.
    Liaises with Tanzanian accounting firm in performing local financial management and the appropriate local accounting reporting needed;
    Prepares and maintains all the project financial reporting for the Tanzanian authorities.
    Reviews expenses entered into ABACUS (Chemonics accounting system) and provide supporting documentation for expenses entered;
    Prepares and submits monthly accounting reports to the home office, respond to questions from home office accounting unit and project management unit;
    Maintains transparent and audit-proof record keeping systems per Chemonics’ policies.

    Qualifications:

    Advanced degree (Master’s level or equivalent) in finance, project management, economic development, or related discipline required;
    Minimum of 7 years of finance experience on international development experience, including experience managing USAID contracts;
    Demonstrated strong skills in financial management procedures and policies;
    Knowledge of Tanzanian operating environment preferred, including registration, taxes, and labor law;
    Strong interpersonal, written and oral communications skills;
    Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity.

    Application Instructions

    Apply online by Monday, September 9, 2019.

    Please submit your application as soon as possible. No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists will be contacted. (Remember to select the job your applying for on the Chemonics Online Application form)

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  • Job Opportunity at Chemonics International, Book Supply Chain Specialist

    Book Supply Chain Specialist

    Chemonics seeks a book supply chain specialist for the anticipated USAID Arithmetic and Inclusive Education activity in Tanzania. The Activity’s overall objective is to acquire technical assistance and instructional materials and student aids targeted at improving lifelong learning skills and increasing the inclusivity of primary education, specifically focusing on arithmetic for all students in Standards 1-2. The book supply chain specialist will be responsible for managing the activity’s book supply chain activities, form production to distribution. We are seeking individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world.

    Responsibilities include:

    Supports the deputy chief of party with managing the book supply chain activities;
    Assists with management of book procurements, including liaising with vendors and conducting quality assurance;
    Contributes to the materials distribution process, including tracking, distribution, verification, and coordination with internal and external stakeholders to include vendors, project stakeholders, USAID, and school leaders.

    Qualifications:

    Advanced degree (Master’s level or equivalent) in supply chain management, education, business administration or relevant field;
    Minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible experience in implementing and managing supply chain activities for public commodities;
    Demonstrated understanding of the social, economic and cultural determinants that influence supply chain outcomes in Tanzania, including a good knowledge of services, logistics, and existing supply chain systems in country;
    Experience in assessing and designing improvements to supply chain processes and procedures;
    Strong analytical, costing, and statistical aptitude;
    Fluency in spoken and written English;
    Experience working in East Africa highly desired;
    Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity.

    Application Instructions

    Apply online by Monday, September 9, 2019. This recruit is being conducted on a rolling basis, so please submit your application as soon as possible. No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists will be contacted. (Remember to select the job your applying for on the Chemonics Online Application form)

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  • Job Opportunity at Chemonics International, MEL Manager

    MEL Manager

    Chemonics seeks a monitoring, evaluation, and learning manager for the anticipated USAID Arithmetic and Inclusive Education activity in Tanzania. The Activity’s overall objective is to acquire technical assistance and instructional materials and student aids targeted at improving lifelong learning skills and increasing the inclusivity of primary education, specifically focusing on arithmetic for all students in Standards 1-2. The monitoring, evaluation, and learning manager will be responsible for all MEL-related functions of the activity. We are seeking individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world.

    Responsibilities include:

    Guides the development and/or review of project MEL plan and associated workplans, as reflected in the results framework;
    Ensures quality of collected data, and protect the integrity of project data and information, and ensure that implementation of field activities adheres to the activity’s monitoring, evaluation and learning system;
    Supervises and guides activity’s data collection, and ensure quality of the data by random verifications and validations;
    Provides evidence-based data and information to the technical team for the development of progress reports, technical papers, success stories, case studies, etc.;
    Spearheads, all activity database, survey and assessment methodology documents (sampling frame, guides, instructions, surveys and analysis) for quality assurance, and adherence to USAID data quality standards and industry best practices;

    Qualifications:
    Advanced degree (Master’s level or equivalent) in area of monitoring, evaluation, and learning or another relevant subject matter required;
    7 years of specific experience with managing and executing monitoring and evaluation of donor-funded projects
    Experience working in donor funded projects of similar scope and budget, especially experience collecting data relating to inclusion;
    Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity.

    Application Instructions

    Apply online by Monday, September 9, 2019. This recruit is being conducted on a rolling basis, so please submit your application as soon as possible. No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists will be contacted. (Remember to select the job your applying for on the Chemonics Online Application form)

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  • Job Opportunities at CNFA Tanzania, STTA: Livestock Feed and Hatchery Country Expert | Deadline: 07th June, 2019

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    New Job at CNFA Tanzania, STTA: Livestock Feed and Hatchery Country Expert | Deadline: 07th June, 2019
    THEAJIRA TANZANIA 2019 / NAFASI ZA KAZI 2019

    Job Title: Nafasi za kazi STTA: Livestock Feed and Hatchery Country Expert

    Application Deadline: 2019-06-07

    Overview

    CNFA is recruiting for a part-time Livestock Feed and Hatchery Country Expert in Tanzania. Please note that the duties and responsibilities would contribute to two different Activities: 1.) L-Mira Feed Activity and 2.) L-MIRA Day-Old Chick (DOC) and Hatchery Activity. Each Activity falls under the umbrella Livestock-Micro Reforms in Agribusiness (L-MIRA) Project. While each activity is implemented in Nigeria and Tanzania, this position will only contribute to activities in Tanzania.

    The consultancy would be for an estimated total of 80 working days from June 2019 to October 2020.

    I. Assignment Objectives and Background

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    Reforms in Agribusiness (L-MIRA) Project is a non-lending, advisory project fully funded by the Gates Foundation and implemented by the World Bank Group (WBG). The project is led by the Finance, Competitiveness and Innovation Practice Group. It was designed in partnership and with input from the WBG Livestock Working Group and staff of the Agriculture Global Practice (GP).

    L-MIRA Feed Activity

    The objective of the L-MIRA Feed Activity is to improve the quality and increase the quantity of livestock feed utilized by private sector stakeholders in Nigeria and Tanzania. In both countries, market failures exist in the livestock feed sub-sector due to low and inconsistent quality of feed, and the high price of feed and raw materials needed for its production

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    In effect, this reduces consumer confidence and negatively affects the marketplace for these products. Additionally, the burdensome regulatory environment encountered by suppliers of raw materials, processors, distributors and retailers contributes to higher prices. Through this activity, the consultant and CNFA team will facilitate the reduction of and/or elimination of these market failures.

    To accomplish these objectives, the consultant will collaborate closely with the Livestock Regulatory Expert, Livestock Feed Expert, and CNFA staff. The consultant will also communicate and collaborate with government agencies and industry stakeholder organizations to:

    Refine and improve the standards, implementing regulations, and guidelines related to livestock feed in Tanzania

    Build the capacity of the appropriate agencies within the government of Tanzania to implement and enforce these regulations and guidelines.

    Improve the capacity of the private sector stakeholders in the livestock subsector to comply with these regulations.


    L-MIRA Day-Old Chick (DOC) and Hatchery Activity

    The objective of this L-MIRA Day-Old Chick (DOC) and Hatchery Activity is to assist the governments of Nigeria and Tanzania to establish Day-Old Chick (DOC) and hatchery management regulations and guidelines to enhance the quality and quantity of DOCs produced for commercial and semi-commercial poultry production

    .

    In Nigeria, the level of quality DOC and mortality rates as high as 55% leads to market failure in this value chain. Though the market is smaller in Tanzania, a dramatic growth is expected in the domestic poultry industry. For both countries, to enable economic growth and resolve market failures, it is crucial to establish an effective and practical regulatory framework and hatchery management and to reduce the burden of compliance from existing regulations. Moreover, the activity will address challenges in improving genetic stock, DOC nutrition and sanitation in feeds, and enforcement quality standards, labeling and strengthening inspection capacity.


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    To accomplish these objectives, the consultant will collaborate closely with the DOC Regulatory Expert, DOC Hatchery Experts, and CNFA staff. The consultant will also communicate and collaborate with government agencies and industry stakeholder organizations to:

    Refine and improve the standards, implementing regulations, and guidelines related to DOC in Tanzania.

    Build the capacity of the appropriate agencies within the government of Tanzania to implement and enforce these regulations and guidelines.

    Improve the capacity of the private sector stakeholders in the livestock subsector to comply with these regulations.

    II. Principle Duties and Responsibilities

    During the duration of his/her assignment, the Livestock Feed and Hatchery Country Expert will serve as a local liaison and technical expert to support CNFA’s lead consultants (Livestock Feed Expert, Regulatory Reform Expert, and Day-old chick/Hatchery Experts) in the intervals between and during their in-country visits.

    The consultant will provide technical expertise to carry out the following functions:

    Liaise and communicate with relevant L-Mira Project, IFC, and World Bank country experts at request of CNFA staff and CNFA lead consultants

    Support collaboration and communication efforts of government regulators and private sector actors to support and facilitate reforms.

    Provide support as needed to lead consultants to conduct evaluations of the current regulatory frameworks through desktop research and in-country interviews for livestock feed and DOC/hatcheries in Tanzania.

    Support lead consultants to develop Feed and Hatchery regulation reform implementation plans that include recommendations for actionable improvement/regulatory change.

    Support the development of actionable livestock feed and day-old chick and hatchery inspection reform plans through desk studies, interviews with stakeholders and by collecting data on existing livestock feed and day-old chick and hatchery regulatory frameworks in Tanzania

    With guidance from the lead consultants, carry out initial assessment of the livestock feed, DOC and hatcheries regulatory frameworks to:
    Assess the regulatory framework for animal feed quality control and hatchery management; and

    Disseminate findings of assessments to relevant counterpart agencies

    Support lead consultants to integrate findings from the initial assessment of regulatory frameworks to support in the identification and utilization of appropriate tools (e.g. reports, regulatory mechanisms or reforms, institutional reorganization, revised Standard Operating Procedures, etc..) to drive reform government reform.

    At request of lead consultants, provide inputs on a set of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for livestock feed regulation and Hatchery management regulation for Tanzania, especially providing a local context to the SOP

    Support lead consultants by contributing technical inputs for the development of relevant manuals, curricula and training for the implementation and enforcement of standards, regulations and guidelines among the regulatory agencies

    Support lead consultants to develop a training curriculum for inspection guidelines for Feed and Hatchery inspectors as well as a practical booklet that can be used a job aid

    Based on assessments and stakeholder feedback, support development of training curriculum and certification exam for Livestock Feed Processors and for Hatchery Managers

    Other activities as requested by CNFA and its team of lead consultants

    The consultant will provide administrative support to carry out the following functions:
    Lead local logistical coordination, especially to support lead international consultant in-country missions

    Provide administrative and logistical support for lead consultant in-country missions, including obtaining quotations for services (i.e. vehicle hire, lodging, meeting space), in line with CNFA procurement practices and client requirements

    Work with IFC/WBG to organize workshops and training with public and private stakeholders including sending out invitations to participants, confirming attendance, securing a venue and any other logistical considerations

    Coordinate identification and selection of local trainers from within the government agencies for Feed and Hatchery Inspection Guidelines Trainings

    Communicate with CNFA HQ on any administrative or operational challenges

    All aforementioned duties and responsibilities are based on and further detailed in the CNFA technical proposal, which will be shared with the successful applicant.

    III. Deliverables
    (subject to change upon finalization of SOW). Due at Week (illustrative until final execution of contract)

    Conduct initial assessment of regulatory framework with guidance on methodology from lead consultants (Tanzania) L-Mira Feed ( week 10) L-Mira DOC (Week 10)

    Present draft SOPs for Feed and Hatchery regulations to government counterpart agencies (Tanzania) L-Mira Feed ( week 12) L-Mira DOC (Week 12)

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    IV. Qualifications
    Bachelor’s degree required in related field (i.e. veterinary or animal sciences, livestock management or related technical discipline and/or public policy, law, finance, public administration or other related degree)

    At least 5 years of proven relevant experience in the area of livestock and poultry management, particularly related to improving livestock and poultry feed value chains.

    Knowledge of or food safety policy and enforcement preferred.

    Experience conducting interviews with public and private sector stakeholders to assess institutional and capacity gaps in agricultural and/or livestock value chain

    Experience discussing with governments and public sector on policy and institutional reform, and policy enforcement, particularly in improving regulatory frameworks of livestock value chains

    Proven experience facilitating training workshops

    Demonstrated strong interpersonal skills and the ability to develop collaborative relationships, especially with the public and private sectors

    Fluent in English, knowledge of relevant local languages

    Good knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc)

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  • Intern Duty Station – Kasulu, Kigoma Region-SNV

    Position Title – InternDuty Station – Kasulu, Kigoma RegionBackgroundSNV is a not-for-profit international development organization, working
    in Agriculture, Energy, and Water, Sanitation & Hygiene. Founded in the
    Netherlands in 1965, we have built a long-term, local presence in more than 30
    countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.
    Our global team
    of local and international advisors works
    with local partners to equip communities, businesses and organizations with
    the tools, knowledge
    and connections they
    need to increase
    their incomes and
    gain access to
    basic services – empowering them to break the cycle of
    poverty and guide their own development.SNV is the
    implementing agency for the Energizing Development (EnDev) programme in
    Tanzania. EnDev Tanzania focuses on two
    key project components: the development of markets and sustainable supply for
    improved cook stoves (ICS) as well as for small plug-and-play solar (picoPV)
    technology in rural and peri-urban areas in the Lake Zone, Northern Zone and
    throughout the Central and Southern Zones of Tanzania.SNV Tanzania’s current Energy Programme focuses largely around Solar and
    Improved Cook stoves in rural areas using market-based solutions and Results
    Based Finance to ensure sustainable change. This new programme will move the
    Solar RBF and ICS products into new operational markets that includes large
    displaced populations as well as host populations.
    RESPOND Project Summary
    Renewable Energy Service & Products as an Opportunity in
    National and Displaced (RESPOND) Markets of Kigoma Region project’s main
    objective is to improve the use of sustainable energy by refugees and
    surrounding communities in the Kigoma region in Northwest Tanzania. Improving access to quality cooking and solar
    energy options to these communities reduces the extremely high pressure on the
    limited firewood resources and contributes to improving the living conditions
    in the project’s region. Additionally, it has a positive impact on safety, the
    environment, nutrition, health, household economics and gender equality.
    Measures of the project will be implemented in the following three Activity
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    1. Alternative
      Reforestation Practices alleviating reliance on traditional biomass

    Attention will be to holistically facilitate
    sustainable and inclusive supply chain development that ensures low-income
    people from the camps and host communities have access to affordable, reliable
    and economically viable energy technologies. A humanitarian market based
    approach will be employed to improve overall livelihood, enterprise development
    and employment potentials while working closely together with international and
    local companies.Overview of the Position

    The RESPOND Project
    Intern
    will be based in the SNV offices located in Kasulu, Kigoma region.
    The Intern’s main responsibility will be to provide support to the Monitoring, Evaluation, Reporting and
    Verification (MERV) unit
    under RESPOND implementation in Kigoma. The intern will work to support specific tasks
    with technical and MERV advisors and delivery of M&E and Knowledge
    Development services under the RESPOND projects three activity areas
    (Cooking, Solar and Reforestation)
    as well as support the administration of
    the project office in Kasulu.

    Key ResponsibilitiesSome of
    the key responsibilities of the RESPOND intern are listed here and will be
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    verified sales figures in the project monitoring tools, ensure data flow to the
    MERV advisor in a timely fashion and analyse the reported sales with SNV to
    confirm performance incentives earned Solar
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    customers as per the tool and standards outline by SNV to support incentive
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    project advisors in planning and coordinating on-site trainings, verification
    and incentive distribution.Project
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    Mwanza branch office administrator for all office management needs including
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    with potential for extension upon successful first term Expected Start Date: 1st July, 2019

    Duty Station: Kasulu, Kigoma Region

    How to
    Apply:Please send apply to the
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    with your application letter, CV and other related documents. Applicants should
    indicate three reputable referees with their reliable contacts. The deadline to
    apply is 17:00 hrs on 31st May, 2019We do not appreciate third-party mediation based on this advertisement.
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  • FHI 360 Ngo Jobs in Tanzania (2 Vacancies at FHI360)

    Position: Director – Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL)

    Tanzania Vector Control Activity

    About FHI360

    FHI 360 is a nonprofit human development organization dedicated to improving lives in lasting ways by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions. Our staff includes experts in Health, Education, Nutrition, Environment, Economic Development, Civil Society, Gender, Youth, Research and Technology– creating a unique mix of capabilities to address today’s interrelated development challenges. FHI 360 serves more than 60 countries.

    Project summary

    The purpose of the Tanzania Vector Control Activity (TVCA) is to identify and implement proven, evidence-based vector control approaches in Tanzania. The TVCA focuses on insecticide treated bed-nets (ITNs) that includes determining the quantity of ITNs needed annually to maintain high population access and implementing delivery of ITNs. The TVC Contractor provides the Government of Tanzania and malaria partners with state-of-the-art reviews and advice concerning new developments in vector control, and as appropriate, develops plans for implementation of modified or new vector control approaches in Tanzania.

    Position summary

    The Director -MEL will work as part of the TVCA senior technical leadership team led by the Project Director. This specialist is responsible for providing overall technical and program leadership in the design, implementation and oversight of TVCA’s ME&L portfolio. This will be focused on the design, implementation, and monitoring of the TVCA program components which include determining the insecticide treated net (ITN) access among targeted populations; delivering ITNs to targeted populations; reviving the commercial market for ITNs; providing guidance on effectiveness of vector control interventions used in Tanzania; and providing guidance on new evidence-based vector control approaches.

    The Director-MEL will oversee implementation of an integrated M&E system to track the inputs, processes, outputs and outcomes of each of TVCA’s. In this regard, the Advisor will also oversee quality control and timely production of required project data, tools, materials and products relevant to M&E, including any operational research and baseline/end line surveys.

    Key Responsibilities:

    Lead the design and implementation of the TVCA’s monitoring, evaluation and learning activities, including the development of the project’s performance monitoring plan; development and monitoring of project indicators; implementation of project evaluation; quality assurance and auditing of data.
    Lead the design and implementation of the project learning activities working closely with other technical staff, including required operations research, performance evaluations, impact evaluations and rapid/special studies.
    Design and implement mechanisms for continuous learning, collaboration and adaptation for project staff, partners, donors, host country government counterparts and other stakeholders.
    Oversee the dissemination of information on successful and promising approaches, lessons learned and other program results to local, national and regional-level intergovernmental bodies, donors, partners and other stakeholders.
    Ensure that the project is aligned national malaria strategies and priorities.
    Lead and facilitate the evaluation of TVCA’s contribution towards Tanzania’s overall malaria response.
    Build capacity of staff, implementing partners, government counterparts, and other stakeholders in program monitoring and evaluation, data collection and management, and research and learning methods.
    Ensure research implementation adheres to FHI 360 and international policies and standards and remains technically and ethically sound.
    Oversee a team of monitoring, evaluation and research staff for the project and ensure clear roles and responsibilities and lines of communication are maintained amongst the team members.
    Contribute to work plans, quarterly and annual reports, financial reports, and other reports and papers summarizing project results and evidence.
    Deliver presentations at professional meetings and conferences.

    Education/Experience:

    Master’s Degree in public health, demography, sociology, epidemiology, or biostatistics or equivalent. A PhD will be desired.
    Five years’ experience in monitoring, evaluation and research efforts, preferably with donor funded health initiatives.
    Demonstrated experience and familiarity with surveys, research methodologies, qualitative and quantitative research methods, data analysis, sampling methods, and establishment of MEL systems in developing country contexts.
    Strong skills using MS Excel Word, PowerPoint and Access, and at least one data analysis software program (SAS, SPSS) and experience training others in its use is highly desirable.
    Demonstrated leadership qualities, depth and breadth of technical and management expertise and experience, and strong interpersonal, writing, and oral presentation skills.
    Experience living or working in Tanzania is preferred.
    Experience with a USG-funded projects is preferred.
    Strong interpersonal, writing and oral presentation skills in English and Kiswahili.


    This job description summarizes the main duties of the job. It neither prescribes nor restricts the exact tasks that may be assigned to carry out these duties. This document should not be construed in any way to represent a contract of employment. Management reserves the right to review and revise this document at any time.

    FHI 360 fosters the strength and health of its workforce through a competitive benefits package, professional development and policies and programs that support healthy work/life balance. Join our global workforce to make a positive difference for others — and yourself.Please click here to continue searching FHI 360’s Career Portal.FHI 360 is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. FHI 360 is an equal employment and affirmative action employer whereby we do not engage in practices that discriminate against any person employed or seeking employment based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, age, marital status, disability, veteran status, genetic information or any other status or characteristic protected under applicable law.TO APPLY CLICK HERE

    Position: Technical and Operational Advisor/Specialist

    Project summary

    The purpose of the Tanzania Vector Control Activity (TVCA) is to identify and implement proven, evidence-based vector control approaches in Tanzania. The TVCA focuses on insecticide treated bed-nets (ITNs) that includes a) determining the quantity of ITNs needed annually to maintain high population access, and b) delivery and distribution of ITNs. The TVCA Contractor also provides the Government of Tanzania and malaria partners with c) state-of-the-art reviews and advice concerning new developments in vector control, and as appropriate, d) develops plans for implementation of modified or new vector control approaches in Tanzania.

    PositionNAFASI ZA KAZI 2019

    We are seeking experienced Technical and Operational Advisors and Specialists for the TVCA opportunity to cover:

    Supply chain management and commodity forecasting
    Distribution and related logistics
    CapacityBuilding/strengtheningin the public and private sectors
    Community Mobilization – Regional and District levels
    Commercial market priming and private sector engagement
    Data Management and analysis

    Key Responsibilities

    Lead the design and implementation of the TVCA’s monitoring, evaluation and learning activities, including the development of the project’s performance monitoring plan; development and monitoring of project indicators; implementation of project evaluation; quality assurance and auditing of data.

    Minimum requirements

    Master’s Degree or equivalent in public health, business administration logistics or any of the arear of interest above
    Five years’ or more experience working in specific area, preferably with donor funded health initiatives. Experience with USAID funded programs highly desirable
    Demonstrated leadership qualities, depth and breadth of technical, operational and management expertise and experience, and strong interpersonal, writing, and oral presentation skills.
    Experience living or working in Tanzania or the East and Southern Africa region is highly preferred.
    Strong interpersonal, writing and oral presentation skills in English and Kiswahili.
    This job description summarizes the main duties of the job. It neither prescribes nor restricts the exact tasks that may be assigned to carry out these duties. This document should not be construed in any way to represent a contract of employment. Management reserves the right to review and revise this document at any time.FHI 360 fosters the strength and health of its workforce through a competitive benefits package, professional development and policies and programs that support healthy work/life balance. Join our global workforce to make a positive difference for others — and yourself.Please click here to continue searching FHI 360’s Career Portal.FHI 360 is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. FHI 360 is an equal employment and affirmative action employer whereby we do not engage in practices that discriminate against any person employed or seeking employment based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, age, marital status, disability, veteran status, genetic information or any other status or characteristic protected under applicable law.

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  • Call for Grant Project Proposals: Policy Reform for Private Sector Investment Mobilization (PR4I) – Tanzania

    Deadline: 21 January 2019

    Africa Lead has announced a Call for Grant Project Proposals for Policy Reform for Private Sector Investment Mobilization (PR4I) Small Grants Program.

    Africa Lead — Feed the Future’s Building Capacity for African Agricultural Transformation Program — supports the advancement of agricultural transformation in Africa as proposed by the African Union Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Program (CAADP).Overall Activity Objectives

    There are two main objectives of the Africa Lead Policy Reform for Private Investment Mobilization (PR4I) Activity:
    Expose private sector actors, such as representative associations, to CAADP and CAP-F objectives and encourage public-private collaboration and feedback loops to carry out reforms to the business enabling environment, thereby fostering increased private investment mobilization.
    Generate learning on the building blocks of effective multi-stakeholder collaboration to help inform CAP-F. This includes government gaining experience eliciting and adapting to private sector feedback on policies and allowing the private sector and their unique understanding of value chains to drive initiatives aimed at increasing investments. Lastly, the activity will provide some lessons learned that inform effective approaches to CAP-F implementation

    Funding Information
    Africa Lead may choose to fully or partially fund the selected applicants. Africa Lead expects to award grants ranging from $10,000 to $ 40,000 without exceeding $ 40,000.
    Africa Lead anticipates an implementation period of up to 6 months. The implementation phase of all grants must conclude by 30 June 2019.
    Small Grants Overview
    This activity plans to provide small grants up to $40,000 to private organizations in Kenya, Tanzania, and Senegal (1-2 grants in each country).

    Africa Lead and the Multi-stakeholder Advisory Committee invite applicants to present innovative approaches and thinking to help. To accomplish this, proposals shall focus on:

    Increase private sector feedback on policies, programs and needs provided to the government and civil society;
    Plausibly lead to increased private sector investments that are a win-win for both agribusinesses and smallholder farmers (e.g. by being able to plausibly articulate how the activity could lead to this result);
    Increase the government and public’s understanding of market opportunities in prioritized value chains.
    Increase the government understands of steps to take to carry out reforms that will have the effect of increasing investments.
    Increase private sector and civil society understanding of and skills for collecting evidence that can be presented to help convince government to reform and consistently implement policy reforms.
    Eligibility Criteria
    This application is issued as a public notice to ensure that all interested and qualified organizations have a fair opportunity to submit applications for funding.
    Organizations must be located within Kenya/Tanzania/Senegal.
    Eligible organizations include non-governmental organizations, community-based organizations, farmer’s organizations, research institutions, think tanks, private universities, private companies or organizations (which choose to forgo profit on the grant), registered foundations and civil society associations, and consortia of the above.
    Africa Lead encourages an approach that establishes partnerships with several partner organizations and builds them into legacy institutions capable of sustaining development projects in the future.
    Some organizations are legally restricted from receiving US Government funded assistance. In addition, applicants should:
    Be legally recognized and registered, including current registration with the Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS). Registration documents, statutes, and DUNS number must be submitted
    Not be affiliated with a political party nor engaged in any political activities
    Not be focused solely on religious activities

    How to Apply

    Applicants can apply via given website.
    For more information, please visit https://bit.ly/2UNz8oG
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