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Titre : Consultant en transformation numérique
Domaine : Informatique / Technologies de l'information
Type de contrat : Contrat de Consultant
Lieu d’affectation : Yaoundé
Grade : Middle
Durée du contrat : 03 mois (possibilité d’extension en fonction de la disponibilité des fonds et de l’évaluation de performance)
En vue d’assurer l’opérationnalisation et la mise en œuvre de cette démarche au Burundi, l’IIPE-UNESCO Dakar recrute un(e) consultant(e) chercheur en éducation pour ce pays.
En vue d’assurer l’opérationnalisation et la mise en œuvre de cette démarche au Cameroun, l’IIPE-UNESCO Dakar recrute un(e) consultant(e) chercheur en éducation pour ce pays.
The education system in Yemen has suffered multiple shocks leaving 4.7 million children in need of education assistance, of which approximately 2 million children are out of school entirely. USAID’s Education in Emergency: A Bridge to Development and Resilience aims to strengthen viable pathways for out-of-school children to return to school by ensuring access to non-formal education programs. To achieve this goal, the Basic Literacy and Numeracy (BLN) curriculum must be adapted for distance learning so children can quickly access education and ease their return to the formal system.
The purpose of the Education Programme Manager is to manage the implementation of Concern’s Education in Emergencies Activities, which comprises non-formal education activities supporting the reintegration and retention of out-of-school children as well as activities supporting the formal education system, including school rehabilitation and teacher training. This role also entails supporting the development of additional education programming within the Syria/Iraq country programme.
The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) Office in Iraq invites eligible and interested suppliers to participate in the provision of Education in Iraq Research Consultancy
Care USA is seeking a Knowledge and Learning Advisor to lead the generation, production and dissemination of communication and other documentation that highlights innovations, lessons and challenges, promising practices and impact with both internal and external audiences, for the purposes of learning, informing program practice, increased visibility of the Education Team’s activities and priority areas, resource mobilization, leveraging partnerships and policy action.
NRC Middle East Regional Office in Amman, Jordan is seeking an experienced, dynamic consultant to support the work of the Education Workstream to identify durable solutions for displaced Syrians.
NRC Middle East Regional Office in Amman, Jordan, is soliciting bids for a BLP M&E tools development/roll-out consultancy.
The current and upcoming Belgium-funded multi-year programmes in Uganda want to make sure that youth graduating from secondary general education and secondary TVET are motivated to engage in agriculture and have the skills needed for employment and entrepreneurship in the sector. The Ministry of Education and Sports (MoES) and VVOB want to achieve this goal by improving the quality and relevance of secondary agricultural education and training. VVOB contributes specifically by strengthening teacher and instructor professional development.
World Vision Guatemala is seeking a Deputy Chief of Party for an anticipated $25 million five-year USAID-funded education project. The new program will support the Ministry of Education and other key actors to improve the quality of education services, aiming to improve the quality of life of young people, particularly indigenous people and young women.
NRC is seeking an Education Project Manager to oversee technical development, strategic direction, and quality assurance as well as monitoring of NRC Afghanistan’s Education activities and programme in western region, as well as relevant staff mentoring and capacity development.
IRC is seeking a Chief of Party (COP) for the potential USAID Research Utilization to Advance Education Evidence for Youth Violence Prevention (RUTA) in Northern Central America (NCA) project.
World Vision Guatemala is seeking a Chief of Party for an anticipated $25 million five-year USAID-funded education project. The new program will support the Ministry of Education and other key actors to improve the quality of education services, aiming to improve the quality of life of young people, particularly indigenous people and young women.
VVOB is seeking an Education Advisor to strengthen our team in Zambia.
NRC is seeking a regional communications coordinator to be part of a dynamic and creative media and communications team within the regional Middle East office. This role will spearhead the region's communications, social media and multimedia plans. We are looking for a creative individual who is across new digital communications methods and social media management to join our team.
NRC Middle East Regional Office in Amman, Jordan, is soliciting bids for Better Learning Program Implementation Guidelines revision –phase II consultancy.
The Head of Education leads on the development and implementation of the Access to Education (A2E) Strategy within the ICRC, in particular in supporting and guiding operational practices in areas of conflict and violence.
This is an exciting opportunity to support the inclusion of refugee students into national and international learning assessments and to contribute to the expansion of the evidence base on holistic learning (encompassing both academic and socio-emotional learning) outcomes for refugee children and youth. The incumbent will be part of a dynamic team working on the generation of data and evidence for equitable quality education for refugees and their hosting communities.
Teach for All is seeking a consultant to conduct a feasibility study to give Teach For Ethiopia’s leadership and its global partners a clear picture of the ‘education in emergencies’ needs and landscape in Ethiopia.
Teachers College, Columbia University seeks a Bruce S. Goldberg postdoctoral fellow for two years in the International and Comparative Education program.