• Addis Ababa
    GIZ Sequa GMBH
    sequa gGmbH is a globally operating non-profit development organisation. Since 1991 sequa has carried out programmes and projects of international cooperation in close collaboration with the German private sector. sequa offers know-how and long-term experience in capacity development for chambers and associations (BMOs), vocational education and training, private sector development and trade promotion. The organisation is based in Bonn, Germany. sequa employs more than 100 persons (2022) and reported a turnover of EUR 58 m in 2021. We are offering a project-based assignment as  The Project Implemented on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), the Special Initiative on Training and Job Creation (SI Jobs) programme of Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ) is promoting job-creating growth in selected sectors in Ethiopia. SI Jobs targets private sector development for economic clusters in selected geographical areas and promotes sustainable investments that leads to more employment.  sequa gGmbH implements the SME Grant Scheme in Ethiopia on behalf of the GIZ SI Jobs Programme. Priority will be provided to the agroprocessing industry. To qualify, the SME must be directly responsible for the preparation and management of the project not acting as an intermediary and be able to demonstrate proven track record of working in their field of expertise and have regularly carried out activities in its sector.  The overall objective is the creation of jobs by investing grants into capacities in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Ethiopia. Specifically, the SME Grant Scheme targets an improved market position of SMEs by supporting product quality and diversification, market linkages and financial sustainability. Short Beneficiary Profile  Bamboo Box The bamboo cases can be used to transport and display all horticulture products from farmers to wholesalers, retailers like supermarkets in cities and towns. It can also be used for bakeries and other innovative household goods.  There are a lot of benefits of bamboo cases stemming from its strength, bacterial effect, locally available material, repairability and environmental friendliness. It serves to replace plastic and wooden crates by more environmentally friendly bamboo. Noah Stove It is a smokeless stove with extra benefits of charcoal as a by-product and 60% less wood usage. It improves health for women and children by being smokeless with good energy efficiency. It minimizes deforestation and improves working condition of women in rural areas. It reduces CO2 emission.  It stands for innovation technology and technology transfer. Your Tasks / Responsibilities Major objective of the assignment is to develop TV advertisement Video production for Bamboo Box and Noah Stove that will create demand through increase of market awareness.   Specific tasks or responsibilities of the consultant will be:  Capture high-resolution images and videos used to show activities related with the two products including manufacturers, suppliers (farmers), different users or customers (exporters, local users) etc.   Provide photography/videography services to visually document the two products. They will be filmed in documentary style, including interviews talking about benefits of products and showing people working and using in their own environment.   Capture and guide interview images and video and work on the set-up of the recording.  Provide variety of action shots that convey the benefits of the products.  Capture high resolution images that magnify the two products during production by SMEs. The video will be produced in Amharic with subtitle in English and use copy right music tracks.  Engage good quality professional voice for the recording. Apply necessary equipment including drones to take and record photos and videos Deliverables   In order to proof the accomplishment of the detailed tasks, the company/consultant shall deliver the following   Provide script of the promotional video for the two products Original copy of one marketing/promotional video with up to one minute recording for each product Copies of selected relevant pictures or raw footage of each product Working Condition The expert/consultant must work closely with the GIZ/sequa team and sequa will provide all available data for the expert. The activity is to be conducted in Addis Ababa, Hawassa, and Awash or Welkite or any other region depending on the photo shotting. sequa covers transport costs upon presentation of legal receipts.  Duration of Work  The activities are foreseen to be conducted during the months from June 20 to July 30, 2022. The total duration of the assignment is up to 20 days.  Location: Addis Ababa / Ethiopia with travel to Southwest Ethiopia region Assignment Period: 20 days, implemented within two months (20.06.2022 - 31.08.2022) Project: Special Initiative for Promotion of SMEs and job Creation  
    Addis Ababa GIZ Sequa GMBH sequa gGmbH is a globally operating non-profit development organisation. Since 1991 sequa has carried out programmes and projects of international cooperation in close collaboration with the German private sector. sequa offers know-how and long-term experience in capacity development for chambers and associations (BMOs), vocational education and training, private sector development and trade promotion. The organisation is based in Bonn, Germany. sequa employs more than 100 persons (2022) and reported a turnover of EUR 58 m in 2021. We are offering a project-based assignment as  The Project Implemented on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), the Special Initiative on Training and Job Creation (SI Jobs) programme of Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ) is promoting job-creating growth in selected sectors in Ethiopia. SI Jobs targets private sector development for economic clusters in selected geographical areas and promotes sustainable investments that leads to more employment.  sequa gGmbH implements the SME Grant Scheme in Ethiopia on behalf of the GIZ SI Jobs Programme. Priority will be provided to the agroprocessing industry. To qualify, the SME must be directly responsible for the preparation and management of the project not acting as an intermediary and be able to demonstrate proven track record of working in their field of expertise and have regularly carried out activities in its sector.  The overall objective is the creation of jobs by investing grants into capacities in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Ethiopia. Specifically, the SME Grant Scheme targets an improved market position of SMEs by supporting product quality and diversification, market linkages and financial sustainability. Short Beneficiary Profile  Bamboo Box The bamboo cases can be used to transport and display all horticulture products from farmers to wholesalers, retailers like supermarkets in cities and towns. It can also be used for bakeries and other innovative household goods.  There are a lot of benefits of bamboo cases stemming from its strength, bacterial effect, locally available material, repairability and environmental friendliness. It serves to replace plastic and wooden crates by more environmentally friendly bamboo. Noah Stove It is a smokeless stove with extra benefits of charcoal as a by-product and 60% less wood usage. It improves health for women and children by being smokeless with good energy efficiency. It minimizes deforestation and improves working condition of women in rural areas. It reduces CO2 emission.  It stands for innovation technology and technology transfer. Your Tasks / Responsibilities Major objective of the assignment is to develop TV advertisement Video production for Bamboo Box and Noah Stove that will create demand through increase of market awareness.   Specific tasks or responsibilities of the consultant will be:  Capture high-resolution images and videos used to show activities related with the two products including manufacturers, suppliers (farmers), different users or customers (exporters, local users) etc.   Provide photography/videography services to visually document the two products. They will be filmed in documentary style, including interviews talking about benefits of products and showing people working and using in their own environment.   Capture and guide interview images and video and work on the set-up of the recording.  Provide variety of action shots that convey the benefits of the products.  Capture high resolution images that magnify the two products during production by SMEs. The video will be produced in Amharic with subtitle in English and use copy right music tracks.  Engage good quality professional voice for the recording. Apply necessary equipment including drones to take and record photos and videos Deliverables   In order to proof the accomplishment of the detailed tasks, the company/consultant shall deliver the following   Provide script of the promotional video for the two products Original copy of one marketing/promotional video with up to one minute recording for each product Copies of selected relevant pictures or raw footage of each product Working Condition The expert/consultant must work closely with the GIZ/sequa team and sequa will provide all available data for the expert. The activity is to be conducted in Addis Ababa, Hawassa, and Awash or Welkite or any other region depending on the photo shotting. sequa covers transport costs upon presentation of legal receipts.  Duration of Work  The activities are foreseen to be conducted during the months from June 20 to July 30, 2022. The total duration of the assignment is up to 20 days.  Location: Addis Ababa / Ethiopia with travel to Southwest Ethiopia region Assignment Period: 20 days, implemented within two months (20.06.2022 - 31.08.2022) Project: Special Initiative for Promotion of SMEs and job Creation  
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    TOR - TV Advertisement Video Production Expert (Addis Ababa)
    sequa gGmbH is a globally operating non-profit development organisation. Since 1991 sequa has carried out programmes and projects of international cooperation in close collaboration with the German private sector. sequa offers know-how and long-term experience in capacity development for chambers an
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  • SOS Children's Villages Ethiopia
    Background SOS Children's Villages Ethiopia is a non-governmental, non-political and a not-for -profit organization and is registered as an international, locally active organization. SOS CVE is implementing a project entitled ‘Innovative Training Partnership for More Youth Employment in Addis Ababa & Adama’. A total of 10,000 (disadvantaged young people will be directly targeted by the project. These are 6,000 young people in Addis Ababa and 4,000 in Adama. The project implementation in Adama started implementation from January 2022 onwards. It intends to make collaborations with selected TVET service providers in the target area. To make collaboration effective, it is essential to have understanding of market relevant fields and skills that will enable the unemployed and unskilled youth to quickly engage in self or wage employment opportunities. Hence, as one part of this assignment the consultant is expected to deliver inventory of skills required in the market, with particular focus to project targeted sub cities of Adama. As the trainings are going to be provided in the partnership with TVET colleges found in the target areas, the capacity of at least two colleges will be assessed based on the relevant fields of training identified. The assessment will particularly focus on the colleges’ situation on providing entrepreneurship and business skills development trainings alongside the hard skills.  Objective    To identify what type of jobs are available in the market that can be filled by youth who have got  short term intensive skill trainings that can be provided in  TVET service providers ,  with a special focus on highly demanded skills.  To provide an updated and authoritative overview of current labour market trends and snapshots of businesses’ opinions for youth who have got short term trainings.  An assessment of immediate priority skills needs in the priority economic sectors categorized into skill types, skill requirements , levels of specialization by key sectors.  To assess the capacity of TVET Colleges s in relation to the provision of identified market demanded trainings. To provide a detailed assessment of the capacity of government TVET colleges to deliver entrepreneurship and skill development courses by integrating it with hard skill trainings. Identification of other economically significant sectors where skills deficiencies might constrain future employment and economic growth.Scope of WorkThe consultant will: i. Find out the most employable skills training courses that can be offered as short term intensive trainings.Find out skill gaps in the local market that should be classified into:             a. Specific type of wage and self-employment opportunities (Jobs) available around the project target areas.              b. skill required, including attention to aspects of gender and location.ii.  Visit and hold discussions with private employers in the target areas to find out their attitude towards provision of short-term trainings, internships opportunities, and identify ways to create stronger linkages with the graduates.  iii. Assess the capacity of TVET colleges  to deliver quality market-driven skills training with a particular focus on:a. Center infrastructure: training classrooms, machines, washing and sanitary facilities, suitability of center location, availability of day-care, canteen etc.b. Instructors: Experience, level of education, trained or untrained, etc. c. Centre Management: centre structure, centre manager and other subordinate staff. d. Working relation with relevant government and private actors. iv. Specifically, find out the capacity gaps of TVET college  for the provision short term technical skills integrating with soft skills trains that include :a. Availability of short term trainings modules on identified fields b. The level of integration, experience of market relevant soft skills trainings (entrepreneurship and business management) in the short-term trainings. c. The readiness level of the colleges on: staff, materials and motivation towards integration of entrepreneurship and business management trainings both on short term and on regular programs. v. Identify the support provision mechanisms of the colleges for supporting self or wage employment of trainings. Vi. Assess other challenges and opportunities in the college for provision of short term intensive trainings.   
    SOS Children's Villages Ethiopia Background SOS Children's Villages Ethiopia is a non-governmental, non-political and a not-for -profit organization and is registered as an international, locally active organization. SOS CVE is implementing a project entitled ‘Innovative Training Partnership for More Youth Employment in Addis Ababa & Adama’. A total of 10,000 (disadvantaged young people will be directly targeted by the project. These are 6,000 young people in Addis Ababa and 4,000 in Adama. The project implementation in Adama started implementation from January 2022 onwards. It intends to make collaborations with selected TVET service providers in the target area. To make collaboration effective, it is essential to have understanding of market relevant fields and skills that will enable the unemployed and unskilled youth to quickly engage in self or wage employment opportunities. Hence, as one part of this assignment the consultant is expected to deliver inventory of skills required in the market, with particular focus to project targeted sub cities of Adama. As the trainings are going to be provided in the partnership with TVET colleges found in the target areas, the capacity of at least two colleges will be assessed based on the relevant fields of training identified. The assessment will particularly focus on the colleges’ situation on providing entrepreneurship and business skills development trainings alongside the hard skills.  Objective    To identify what type of jobs are available in the market that can be filled by youth who have got  short term intensive skill trainings that can be provided in  TVET service providers ,  with a special focus on highly demanded skills.  To provide an updated and authoritative overview of current labour market trends and snapshots of businesses’ opinions for youth who have got short term trainings.  An assessment of immediate priority skills needs in the priority economic sectors categorized into skill types, skill requirements , levels of specialization by key sectors.  To assess the capacity of TVET Colleges s in relation to the provision of identified market demanded trainings. To provide a detailed assessment of the capacity of government TVET colleges to deliver entrepreneurship and skill development courses by integrating it with hard skill trainings. Identification of other economically significant sectors where skills deficiencies might constrain future employment and economic growth.Scope of WorkThe consultant will: i. Find out the most employable skills training courses that can be offered as short term intensive trainings.Find out skill gaps in the local market that should be classified into:             a. Specific type of wage and self-employment opportunities (Jobs) available around the project target areas.              b. skill required, including attention to aspects of gender and location.ii.  Visit and hold discussions with private employers in the target areas to find out their attitude towards provision of short-term trainings, internships opportunities, and identify ways to create stronger linkages with the graduates.  iii. Assess the capacity of TVET colleges  to deliver quality market-driven skills training with a particular focus on:a. Center infrastructure: training classrooms, machines, washing and sanitary facilities, suitability of center location, availability of day-care, canteen etc.b. Instructors: Experience, level of education, trained or untrained, etc. c. Centre Management: centre structure, centre manager and other subordinate staff. d. Working relation with relevant government and private actors. iv. Specifically, find out the capacity gaps of TVET college  for the provision short term technical skills integrating with soft skills trains that include :a. Availability of short term trainings modules on identified fields b. The level of integration, experience of market relevant soft skills trainings (entrepreneurship and business management) in the short-term trainings. c. The readiness level of the colleges on: staff, materials and motivation towards integration of entrepreneurship and business management trainings both on short term and on regular programs. v. Identify the support provision mechanisms of the colleges for supporting self or wage employment of trainings. Vi. Assess other challenges and opportunities in the college for provision of short term intensive trainings.   
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    RE-ADVERTISING Invitation to Undertaking Inventory Of Skills Required In The Labour Market and Capacity Assessment For TVET Colleges/Service Providers In Adama City
    Background SOS Children's Villages Ethiopia is a non-governmental, non-political and a not-for -profit organization and is registered as an international, locally active organization. SOS CVE is implementing a project entitled ‘Innovative Training Partnership for More Youth Employment in Addis Ababa

  • Addis Ababa, Addis Ababa
    International Organization for Migration - IOM
    Vacancy No.  IOM-CFA/0030/22 Position Title International Consultant – Migration Welfare Programme Duty Station Home-based with a possibility to travel Classification Consultant Posting Period 07.03.2022 – 13.03.2022 Organizational Context and Scope 1.       Project Context and Scope: Background African migrant workers face significant challenges and restrictions, especially with regards to their access to social security and welfare support. Considering the role that the countries of origin can play regarding social protection of the migrant workers living abroad and their families; during the validation workshop on the report on Migrant welfare systems in Africa, which was conducted in September 2021, the African Union Commission strongly advised that countries of origin seek ways to improve the welfare of their migrant workers. In response to this, the African Union Joint Programme on Labour Migration Governance for Development and Integration (JLMP) has identified the Establishment of a Model Migrant Welfare Programme/System as one of the tools that could help strengthen  the protection of the rights of migrant workers. IOM, under the auspices of the JLMP Priority, has developed a Report on Migrant welfare systems in Africa through conducting case studies in selected African Member States (MSs), i.e., Ethiopia, Kenya, Mauritius, South Africa, Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire. The report interrogates country-of-origin measures to extend social protection and broader-based support services to African migrant workers abroad. It also reflects on the challenges faced by international migrants in accessing social protection and welfare support, and notes that in many respects and for a variety of reasons African migrant workers are not able to access meaningful social protection – despite the human rights framework normatively informing the protection of migrant workers. In addition to other key findings and recommendations, the reports reflect on the absence of appropriate social protection for African migrant workers in many countries of destination and recommends the need to adopt innovative social protection extension modalities: in particular, country-of-origin measures in the absence of any other meaningful modality of support. The practice of country-of-origin support to their migrants working/living abroad deemed to be unnecessary due to the assumption that countries of destination would in accordance with international standards extend social protection to migrant workers and unmanageable due to reasons of sovereignty and lack of resources. As a result, there is no international instrument, containing binding international standards, regulating the extension of social protection by countries of origin.  However, in recent years, one of the important and notable developments is that several migrant-sending countries, especially a range of Asian countries, have introduced measures to provide some social protection, through establishing a migrant welfare programme, including at times also social security arrangements, to their own workers abroad, invariably strengthened by an extensive raft of supporting measures, including a supportive, dedicated institutional and operational framework.  Under the framework of the JLMP Priority, IOM has developed Guidelines on the “Development of a Migrant Welfare Programme/System for the African Union, Regional Economic Communities and AU Member States”. It provides guidelines for policy makers and practitioners in countries of origin to establish a migrant welfare programme (MWP), adopt insurance-based arrangements, extend support services and invest in measures to implement these interventions based on guiding international (including African) instruments on human and labour rights, labour migration and social protection; global frameworks (SDGs and the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (2018) (GCM); as well as relevant tools and good practice experiences. The guidelines also suggest ways and means to address gaps and shortcomings in existing law, policy and practice in African countries of origin regarding the treatment and protection, including social protection, of their migrant workers abroad and their dependants. Realizing that, building national level capacity is one of the key aspects to the establishment and implementation of a migrant welfare programme and hence effective protection of migrant workers abroad by countries-of-origin; the “Catalytic Actions for the AU/ILO/IOM/UNECA Joint Program on Labour Migration Governance for Development and Integration in Africa (JLMP Action)’ is  desirous to support and guide the establishment and implementation of a Migrant Welfare Programme by African countries. To achieve this, a consultant is required to develop a Capacity Building Module, including a Compendium of Practices, a Facilitator's Guide, and supporting PowerPoint materials on country-of-origin Migrant Welfare Programmes. 2.       Nature of the consultancy: Within the frame of the contract, the consultant will play a key role in supporting the development of a comprehensive Capacity Building Module- with a Compendium of Practices, Facilitator's Guide, and supporting key tools and resources like -PowerPoint materials- to facilitate a the development and training on the migrants welfare programmes. In view of this, the Consultant will be responsible for the following four core components of work: i. Develop  and draft capacity building modules  laid out so as to provide trainers, policymakers and practitioners with structured training sessions covering both theoretical and practical elements intended to strengthen their professional capabilities on migrant welfare schemes/programmes. ii. Prepare and present a Compendium providing snapshots, lists and introduction to present international best examples and practices pertained on migrant welfare programmes iii. Develop and present Facilitator’s Guide meant to help trainers acquire and strengthen facilitating skills and present the capacity building modules in a structured programmatic manner iv. Develop and present an easy‐to follow but thorough Powerpoint presentations to serve  internal source of information for trainers/participants and can serve as a reference for future trainings Other Tasks to be performed under this contract will include:  Review of the developed materials by IOM, IOM Africa Capacity Building Centre (ACBC), ILO and AUC Conduct a Pilot Training and review the materials as per the findings and comments received during the pilot training Conduct ToT (for master trainers) IOM's responsibilities will include (but not limited to): Taking leadership during the review processes of the materials prepared by the consultant and provide professional guidance throughout the development and review of the Capacity Building Module, the Compendium of Practices, Facilitator’s Guide and supporting Powerpoint materials; Providing logistical support during the pilot training and the ToT phases; Taking part in the pilot training and ToT phases in agreement with the consultant; and Providing training and the necessary technical support for different MSs who are interested to develop a Migrant Welfare System 3.       Reporting The consultant will work under the overall supervision of the IOM JLMP Programme Coordinator, in close coordination with counterparts at IOM/PSU/JLMP/SLO Addis Ababa, AU/ILO/IOM/UNECA PSU, Addis Ababa and the IOM ACBC, Moshe, Tanzania, and other relevant specialists in IOM regional and country offices, as agreed upon during the inception phase. 4.       Tangible and measurable outputs of the work assignment         a)       First deliverable – Inception report outlining the scope of work and methodology; 15 April 2022 b)      Second deliverable: Comprehensive Draft capacity building modules; with compendium of practices; facilitator’s guide and supporting PowerPoint presentation materials on migrant welfare programme 15 June 2022 c)       Third deliverable - A revised/finalized Comprehensive Capacity Building Module with compendium of practices; facilitator’s guide and supporting PowerPoint presentation materials on migrant welfare programme (with possible input support from IOM ACBC, ILO and AUC); 30 July 2022 d)      Fourth deliverable - A Pilot training and its report written to consolidate inputs from all stakeholders and partners; 15 August 2022 e)      Fifth deliverable – A Training of trainer’s report written to consolidate inputs from all stakeholders and partners; 30 October 2022 f)        Final deliverable - Final report on the consultancy as per IOM standard form; together with electronic copies of presentations and other materials generated from training workshops and consultations of relevance to the work within this consultancy; 30 November 2022 5.       Payment schedule The Total fee, inclusive of related costs, not subject to any deductions, will be paid to the consultant as follows.  20 % upon the satisfactory completion and approval by project team of first deliverable - Inception Report 30 April 2022 50% upon the satisfactory completion and approval by project team of third deliverable - A revised/finalized Comprehensive Capacity Building Module with compendium of practices; facilitator’s guide and supporting powerpoint presentation materials on migrant welfare programme 15 August 2022 30% upon the satisfactory completion and approval by project team of final deliverable- Final report on the consultancy as per IOM standard form; together with electronic copies of presentations and other materials generated from training workshops and consultations of relevance to the work within this consultancy 15 December 2022
    Addis Ababa, Addis Ababa International Organization for Migration - IOM Vacancy No.  IOM-CFA/0030/22 Position Title International Consultant – Migration Welfare Programme Duty Station Home-based with a possibility to travel Classification Consultant Posting Period 07.03.2022 – 13.03.2022 Organizational Context and Scope 1.       Project Context and Scope: Background African migrant workers face significant challenges and restrictions, especially with regards to their access to social security and welfare support. Considering the role that the countries of origin can play regarding social protection of the migrant workers living abroad and their families; during the validation workshop on the report on Migrant welfare systems in Africa, which was conducted in September 2021, the African Union Commission strongly advised that countries of origin seek ways to improve the welfare of their migrant workers. In response to this, the African Union Joint Programme on Labour Migration Governance for Development and Integration (JLMP) has identified the Establishment of a Model Migrant Welfare Programme/System as one of the tools that could help strengthen  the protection of the rights of migrant workers. IOM, under the auspices of the JLMP Priority, has developed a Report on Migrant welfare systems in Africa through conducting case studies in selected African Member States (MSs), i.e., Ethiopia, Kenya, Mauritius, South Africa, Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire. The report interrogates country-of-origin measures to extend social protection and broader-based support services to African migrant workers abroad. It also reflects on the challenges faced by international migrants in accessing social protection and welfare support, and notes that in many respects and for a variety of reasons African migrant workers are not able to access meaningful social protection – despite the human rights framework normatively informing the protection of migrant workers. In addition to other key findings and recommendations, the reports reflect on the absence of appropriate social protection for African migrant workers in many countries of destination and recommends the need to adopt innovative social protection extension modalities: in particular, country-of-origin measures in the absence of any other meaningful modality of support. The practice of country-of-origin support to their migrants working/living abroad deemed to be unnecessary due to the assumption that countries of destination would in accordance with international standards extend social protection to migrant workers and unmanageable due to reasons of sovereignty and lack of resources. As a result, there is no international instrument, containing binding international standards, regulating the extension of social protection by countries of origin.  However, in recent years, one of the important and notable developments is that several migrant-sending countries, especially a range of Asian countries, have introduced measures to provide some social protection, through establishing a migrant welfare programme, including at times also social security arrangements, to their own workers abroad, invariably strengthened by an extensive raft of supporting measures, including a supportive, dedicated institutional and operational framework.  Under the framework of the JLMP Priority, IOM has developed Guidelines on the “Development of a Migrant Welfare Programme/System for the African Union, Regional Economic Communities and AU Member States”. It provides guidelines for policy makers and practitioners in countries of origin to establish a migrant welfare programme (MWP), adopt insurance-based arrangements, extend support services and invest in measures to implement these interventions based on guiding international (including African) instruments on human and labour rights, labour migration and social protection; global frameworks (SDGs and the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (2018) (GCM); as well as relevant tools and good practice experiences. The guidelines also suggest ways and means to address gaps and shortcomings in existing law, policy and practice in African countries of origin regarding the treatment and protection, including social protection, of their migrant workers abroad and their dependants. Realizing that, building national level capacity is one of the key aspects to the establishment and implementation of a migrant welfare programme and hence effective protection of migrant workers abroad by countries-of-origin; the “Catalytic Actions for the AU/ILO/IOM/UNECA Joint Program on Labour Migration Governance for Development and Integration in Africa (JLMP Action)’ is  desirous to support and guide the establishment and implementation of a Migrant Welfare Programme by African countries. To achieve this, a consultant is required to develop a Capacity Building Module, including a Compendium of Practices, a Facilitator's Guide, and supporting PowerPoint materials on country-of-origin Migrant Welfare Programmes. 2.       Nature of the consultancy: Within the frame of the contract, the consultant will play a key role in supporting the development of a comprehensive Capacity Building Module- with a Compendium of Practices, Facilitator's Guide, and supporting key tools and resources like -PowerPoint materials- to facilitate a the development and training on the migrants welfare programmes. In view of this, the Consultant will be responsible for the following four core components of work: i. Develop  and draft capacity building modules  laid out so as to provide trainers, policymakers and practitioners with structured training sessions covering both theoretical and practical elements intended to strengthen their professional capabilities on migrant welfare schemes/programmes. ii. Prepare and present a Compendium providing snapshots, lists and introduction to present international best examples and practices pertained on migrant welfare programmes iii. Develop and present Facilitator’s Guide meant to help trainers acquire and strengthen facilitating skills and present the capacity building modules in a structured programmatic manner iv. Develop and present an easy‐to follow but thorough Powerpoint presentations to serve  internal source of information for trainers/participants and can serve as a reference for future trainings Other Tasks to be performed under this contract will include:  Review of the developed materials by IOM, IOM Africa Capacity Building Centre (ACBC), ILO and AUC Conduct a Pilot Training and review the materials as per the findings and comments received during the pilot training Conduct ToT (for master trainers) IOM's responsibilities will include (but not limited to): Taking leadership during the review processes of the materials prepared by the consultant and provide professional guidance throughout the development and review of the Capacity Building Module, the Compendium of Practices, Facilitator’s Guide and supporting Powerpoint materials; Providing logistical support during the pilot training and the ToT phases; Taking part in the pilot training and ToT phases in agreement with the consultant; and Providing training and the necessary technical support for different MSs who are interested to develop a Migrant Welfare System 3.       Reporting The consultant will work under the overall supervision of the IOM JLMP Programme Coordinator, in close coordination with counterparts at IOM/PSU/JLMP/SLO Addis Ababa, AU/ILO/IOM/UNECA PSU, Addis Ababa and the IOM ACBC, Moshe, Tanzania, and other relevant specialists in IOM regional and country offices, as agreed upon during the inception phase. 4.       Tangible and measurable outputs of the work assignment         a)       First deliverable – Inception report outlining the scope of work and methodology; 15 April 2022 b)      Second deliverable: Comprehensive Draft capacity building modules; with compendium of practices; facilitator’s guide and supporting PowerPoint presentation materials on migrant welfare programme 15 June 2022 c)       Third deliverable - A revised/finalized Comprehensive Capacity Building Module with compendium of practices; facilitator’s guide and supporting PowerPoint presentation materials on migrant welfare programme (with possible input support from IOM ACBC, ILO and AUC); 30 July 2022 d)      Fourth deliverable - A Pilot training and its report written to consolidate inputs from all stakeholders and partners; 15 August 2022 e)      Fifth deliverable – A Training of trainer’s report written to consolidate inputs from all stakeholders and partners; 30 October 2022 f)        Final deliverable - Final report on the consultancy as per IOM standard form; together with electronic copies of presentations and other materials generated from training workshops and consultations of relevance to the work within this consultancy; 30 November 2022 5.       Payment schedule The Total fee, inclusive of related costs, not subject to any deductions, will be paid to the consultant as follows.  20 % upon the satisfactory completion and approval by project team of first deliverable - Inception Report 30 April 2022 50% upon the satisfactory completion and approval by project team of third deliverable - A revised/finalized Comprehensive Capacity Building Module with compendium of practices; facilitator’s guide and supporting powerpoint presentation materials on migrant welfare programme 15 August 2022 30% upon the satisfactory completion and approval by project team of final deliverable- Final report on the consultancy as per IOM standard form; together with electronic copies of presentations and other materials generated from training workshops and consultations of relevance to the work within this consultancy 15 December 2022
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    International Consultant – Migration Welfare Programme (Addis Ababa, Addis Ababa)
    Vacancy No.  IOM-CFA/0030/22 Position Title International Consultant – Migration Welfare Programme Duty Station Home-based with a possibility to travel Classification Consultant Posting Period

  • Addis Ababa, Addis Ababa
    Shemu PLC
    Company ProfileShemu Group is a conglomerate company composed of Shemu PLC, Asveza Ethiopia Retailing Share Company other functional private limited companies with a fast growth track record. The Companies in the group engaged in manufacturing (liquid soap, bar soap, Edible oil and shortening products), retail service providing, printing, trading and engineering. Based on this, our sister Company, Shemu Management Consultants PLC want to hire competent, energetic, enthusiastic and capable applicants for the post we have.Major responsibilities The Executive Assistant/Board Secretary is a confidential, exempt position, which serves at the pleasure of the Board and assists the CEO in scheduling meetings; assembling and distributing Agendas and Board Packets, and notifying the public and employees of the Board’s actions. The Executive Assistant/Board Secretary is responsible for internal and external support services, requiring a thorough knowledge of the operations, procedures, rules, regulations, precedents, and management objectives of the District with the ability to interpret and apply that knowledge with good judgment. Detail responsibilities of the job include: Acting as a receptionist and/or meeting and greeting clients Prepare, publish, and post Agendas, Meeting notices and other related materials; assemble Board Packets. Prepare and disseminate all documents for Board Meetings. Assure posting, mailing, and other known legal requirements are met. Prepare Affidavits certifying requirements are met.  Attend Board, Committee and Commission meetings as required or requested and prepare and finalize Minutes and follow up on projects. Attend meetings outside of established working hours when necessary. Illustrating concepts by designing examples of art arrangement, size, type and style and submitting them for approval. Maintaining effective records and administration Responsible for posting on the District website the Minutes, Agendas and other information relevant to the public. Responsible for posting on the District website the Minutes, Agendas and other information relevant to the public. Maintaining effective records and administration Upholding legal requirements. Initiate changes to Board of Directors Policies and Procedures. Typing, preparing and collating reports Managing databases Liaising with clients Prioritizing workloads Implementing new procedures and administrative systems Coordinating mail-shots and similar publicity tasks Maintaining diaries and arranging appointments Upholding legal requirements Perform other tasks which are directed by immediate supervisors  
    Addis Ababa, Addis Ababa Shemu PLC Company ProfileShemu Group is a conglomerate company composed of Shemu PLC, Asveza Ethiopia Retailing Share Company other functional private limited companies with a fast growth track record. The Companies in the group engaged in manufacturing (liquid soap, bar soap, Edible oil and shortening products), retail service providing, printing, trading and engineering. Based on this, our sister Company, Shemu Management Consultants PLC want to hire competent, energetic, enthusiastic and capable applicants for the post we have.Major responsibilities The Executive Assistant/Board Secretary is a confidential, exempt position, which serves at the pleasure of the Board and assists the CEO in scheduling meetings; assembling and distributing Agendas and Board Packets, and notifying the public and employees of the Board’s actions. The Executive Assistant/Board Secretary is responsible for internal and external support services, requiring a thorough knowledge of the operations, procedures, rules, regulations, precedents, and management objectives of the District with the ability to interpret and apply that knowledge with good judgment. Detail responsibilities of the job include: Acting as a receptionist and/or meeting and greeting clients Prepare, publish, and post Agendas, Meeting notices and other related materials; assemble Board Packets. Prepare and disseminate all documents for Board Meetings. Assure posting, mailing, and other known legal requirements are met. Prepare Affidavits certifying requirements are met.  Attend Board, Committee and Commission meetings as required or requested and prepare and finalize Minutes and follow up on projects. Attend meetings outside of established working hours when necessary. Illustrating concepts by designing examples of art arrangement, size, type and style and submitting them for approval. Maintaining effective records and administration Responsible for posting on the District website the Minutes, Agendas and other information relevant to the public. Responsible for posting on the District website the Minutes, Agendas and other information relevant to the public. Maintaining effective records and administration Upholding legal requirements. Initiate changes to Board of Directors Policies and Procedures. Typing, preparing and collating reports Managing databases Liaising with clients Prioritizing workloads Implementing new procedures and administrative systems Coordinating mail-shots and similar publicity tasks Maintaining diaries and arranging appointments Upholding legal requirements Perform other tasks which are directed by immediate supervisors  
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    Executive Assistant/Board Secretary (Addis Ababa, Addis Ababa)
    Company ProfileShemu Group is a conglomerate company composed of Shemu PLC, Asveza Ethiopia Retailing Share Company other functional private limited companies with a fast growth track record. The Companies in the group engaged in manufacturing (liquid soap, bar soap, Edible oil and shortening produc


  • The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN)
    About GAINThe Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) is a Swiss-based foundation was launched at the UN in 2002 to tackle the human suffering caused by malnutrition. Working with both governments and businesses, we aim to transform food systems so that they deliver more nutritious food for all people. GAIN has been re-registered and accorded legal personality with re-registered and accorded legal personality with registry Number 2896 by Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Agency for Civil Society Organization. GAIN in Ethiopia is working on different project on nutrition. Expanding the work, GAIN is in the process of starting a new project which focuses on food safety. The project is anticipated to be launched in January 2022. For this reason, GAIN will organize an event which serves as an important milestone to ensure participants/stakeholders understand the program and what is going to be implemented. The professional photographer will play an important role in documenting this event with high quality photos.The objective of the event is to launch the EatSafe program. The launching event will be held in Hawassa town in January 2022 (exact date to be determined).Duty and Responsibilities The photographer with work under the overall supervision of EatSafe team. During a half day even, he/she is expected to carry out the following tasks: Before the event • The photographer is expected to have a meeting/briefing with the respective program team before the event to discuss on the workplan. • The contractor must have good command of own photographic equipment (cameras, lenses, lights, filters, tripods), as well as photo-related image editing software. During the event• The photographer is obligated to attend at least 1 hour before the event started and stand by until the session of the ends • Photographing various aspects of the event • The photographer is expected to show appropriate sensitivity towards the people they are photographing.After the event • File organization and uploading, properly name, organize and upload all captured content to a cloud-based platform to allow GAIN team, to access and download for use• In addition to supplying photos, the photographer will also be required to submit photo captions. The captions should include names of subjects included in the photo and organization, and description of the photo.  Deliverable/Expected outputs The photographer will provide the following delivering/outputs. • Good quality still photos from the event • The final sets of edited digital images (including caption information) will be delivered on portable storage devices /emailed (as requested) to GAIN • The photographer is expected to select at least 50 best quality photo from all the photo shots • He/she is also expected to deliver the photos to GAIN with in 5 days after the date of the event. • All photo taken during the events will only be delivered to GAIN and can not be used for other purpose.
    The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) About GAINThe Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) is a Swiss-based foundation was launched at the UN in 2002 to tackle the human suffering caused by malnutrition. Working with both governments and businesses, we aim to transform food systems so that they deliver more nutritious food for all people. GAIN has been re-registered and accorded legal personality with re-registered and accorded legal personality with registry Number 2896 by Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Agency for Civil Society Organization. GAIN in Ethiopia is working on different project on nutrition. Expanding the work, GAIN is in the process of starting a new project which focuses on food safety. The project is anticipated to be launched in January 2022. For this reason, GAIN will organize an event which serves as an important milestone to ensure participants/stakeholders understand the program and what is going to be implemented. The professional photographer will play an important role in documenting this event with high quality photos.The objective of the event is to launch the EatSafe program. The launching event will be held in Hawassa town in January 2022 (exact date to be determined).Duty and Responsibilities The photographer with work under the overall supervision of EatSafe team. During a half day even, he/she is expected to carry out the following tasks: Before the event • The photographer is expected to have a meeting/briefing with the respective program team before the event to discuss on the workplan. • The contractor must have good command of own photographic equipment (cameras, lenses, lights, filters, tripods), as well as photo-related image editing software. During the event• The photographer is obligated to attend at least 1 hour before the event started and stand by until the session of the ends • Photographing various aspects of the event • The photographer is expected to show appropriate sensitivity towards the people they are photographing.After the event • File organization and uploading, properly name, organize and upload all captured content to a cloud-based platform to allow GAIN team, to access and download for use• In addition to supplying photos, the photographer will also be required to submit photo captions. The captions should include names of subjects included in the photo and organization, and description of the photo.  Deliverable/Expected outputs The photographer will provide the following delivering/outputs. • Good quality still photos from the event • The final sets of edited digital images (including caption information) will be delivered on portable storage devices /emailed (as requested) to GAIN • The photographer is expected to select at least 50 best quality photo from all the photo shots • He/she is also expected to deliver the photos to GAIN with in 5 days after the date of the event. • All photo taken during the events will only be delivered to GAIN and can not be used for other purpose.
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    Photographer for Program Launching Event
    About GAINThe Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) is a Swiss-based foundation was launched at the UN in 2002 to tackle the human suffering caused by malnutrition. Working with both governments and businesses, we aim to transform food systems so that they deliver more nutritious food for

  • Addis Ababa
    Amref Health Africa
    INTRODUCTION Founded in 1957 in Nairobi, Kenya, Amref Health Africa is the largest Africa-based international non-government organization. With a vision ‘Lasting Health Change in Africa, Amref Health Africa works to ensure every African can enjoy the right to health services by helping create vibrant networks of informed communities that work with empowered health care providers in strong health systems. Our programs, supported by 12 program and business development offices in Europe and North America, reach 35 countries. With over half a century of experience in delivering health care and building health systems in Africa, we partner with those at the heart of communities, particularly women and children, to bring about lasting health change.   Since 2002, Amref Health Africa in Ethiopia has partnered with communities; Ministry of Health (MoH), Minister of Water, Irrigation, and Energy, Ministry of Women, Children and Youth to implement integrated health projects throughout the country. With our communities at the center of our work, we focus on health solutions across our thematic areas, while strategically engaging cross-cutting issues including gender and social inclusion, advocacy, research, innovation, and technology, in addition to emergency and resilience building.   OUR WASH PROGRAM Amref Health Africa in Ethiopia is one of the leading non-government organisations implementing Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) projects, in very hard to reach and remote rural areas, pastoral localities and urban slums. Through our projects, we work to ensure access to and utilization of basic and improved WASH services by creating access to safe and adequate water supply and improved sanitation and hygiene services delivery.  Institutional capacity is also embedded in our interventions. We also address the root economic problems of the community by integrating WASH interventions with income generating and livelihood opportunities. Our program echos the vision of the international agenda - acting in collaborative partnership to achieve progress towards sustainable development goals by 2030. Overall, our program takes a particular interest in integrated service delivery that includes clean water and sanitation to ensure health and well-being for all Ethiopians.   Partnering with the Dutch government and private sectors in the Netherlands, we have delivered WASH and health interventions to communities almost throughout Ethiopia since 2004. Together, we have implemented 24 projects reaching 5.6 million people across five regions of Ethiopia. Among our WASH projects funded by the Dutch Government and private sectors include WASH SDG and WASH First.   In order to document and promote the works and achievements of these projects through video documentary, photography and stories, Amref Health Africa would like to hire a professional media/communication and Photography consultant/firm.   OBJECTIVE OF THE CONSULTANCY The media/communication and photography consultant will be hired to document the outcomes of two projects in a professionally produced video documentaries (3-5 minutes each), and short videos (snap shots, each 20 seconds max) which we can be shared on social media, and in photography and written stories. Our WASH interventions and accomplishments to be featured include: ·      Contribution of the projects to provide sustainable solution to communities’ WASH challenges and ensure positive changes: improve WASH services in communities, WASH governance and capacities of communities to expand access to water, sanitation and hygiene services in targeted districts. ·      Contribution of the projects interventions to enhance the health of youth, women  and communities, improve the income/economic status of youth, women  and communities at large, to boost government and capacity of communities  to provide local solution to own challenges. ·      The importance of water access at schools and how the project interventions have improved school attendance of girls through improving hygiene and  MHM in the schools. ·      How health extension workers and health development army are well enaged in working with Amref and contribute towards addressing WASH challenges of the communities. ·      How well our ‘WASH First’ project’s intervetion respond to COVID-19 in targeted districts and help improve prevention efforts among the community.    More specific topics to be documented in the video and photography and any further technical specification to be considered during the documentation will be shared later during the face-to-face meeting with the consulting team. 
    Addis Ababa Amref Health Africa INTRODUCTION Founded in 1957 in Nairobi, Kenya, Amref Health Africa is the largest Africa-based international non-government organization. With a vision ‘Lasting Health Change in Africa, Amref Health Africa works to ensure every African can enjoy the right to health services by helping create vibrant networks of informed communities that work with empowered health care providers in strong health systems. Our programs, supported by 12 program and business development offices in Europe and North America, reach 35 countries. With over half a century of experience in delivering health care and building health systems in Africa, we partner with those at the heart of communities, particularly women and children, to bring about lasting health change.   Since 2002, Amref Health Africa in Ethiopia has partnered with communities; Ministry of Health (MoH), Minister of Water, Irrigation, and Energy, Ministry of Women, Children and Youth to implement integrated health projects throughout the country. With our communities at the center of our work, we focus on health solutions across our thematic areas, while strategically engaging cross-cutting issues including gender and social inclusion, advocacy, research, innovation, and technology, in addition to emergency and resilience building.   OUR WASH PROGRAM Amref Health Africa in Ethiopia is one of the leading non-government organisations implementing Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) projects, in very hard to reach and remote rural areas, pastoral localities and urban slums. Through our projects, we work to ensure access to and utilization of basic and improved WASH services by creating access to safe and adequate water supply and improved sanitation and hygiene services delivery.  Institutional capacity is also embedded in our interventions. We also address the root economic problems of the community by integrating WASH interventions with income generating and livelihood opportunities. Our program echos the vision of the international agenda - acting in collaborative partnership to achieve progress towards sustainable development goals by 2030. Overall, our program takes a particular interest in integrated service delivery that includes clean water and sanitation to ensure health and well-being for all Ethiopians.   Partnering with the Dutch government and private sectors in the Netherlands, we have delivered WASH and health interventions to communities almost throughout Ethiopia since 2004. Together, we have implemented 24 projects reaching 5.6 million people across five regions of Ethiopia. Among our WASH projects funded by the Dutch Government and private sectors include WASH SDG and WASH First.   In order to document and promote the works and achievements of these projects through video documentary, photography and stories, Amref Health Africa would like to hire a professional media/communication and Photography consultant/firm.   OBJECTIVE OF THE CONSULTANCY The media/communication and photography consultant will be hired to document the outcomes of two projects in a professionally produced video documentaries (3-5 minutes each), and short videos (snap shots, each 20 seconds max) which we can be shared on social media, and in photography and written stories. Our WASH interventions and accomplishments to be featured include: ·      Contribution of the projects to provide sustainable solution to communities’ WASH challenges and ensure positive changes: improve WASH services in communities, WASH governance and capacities of communities to expand access to water, sanitation and hygiene services in targeted districts. ·      Contribution of the projects interventions to enhance the health of youth, women  and communities, improve the income/economic status of youth, women  and communities at large, to boost government and capacity of communities  to provide local solution to own challenges. ·      The importance of water access at schools and how the project interventions have improved school attendance of girls through improving hygiene and  MHM in the schools. ·      How health extension workers and health development army are well enaged in working with Amref and contribute towards addressing WASH challenges of the communities. ·      How well our ‘WASH First’ project’s intervetion respond to COVID-19 in targeted districts and help improve prevention efforts among the community.    More specific topics to be documented in the video and photography and any further technical specification to be considered during the documentation will be shared later during the face-to-face meeting with the consulting team. 
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    Consultancy Video Documentary Production and Photography Service (Addis Ababa)
    INTRODUCTION Founded in 1957 in Nairobi, Kenya, Amref Health Africa is the largest Africa-based international non-government organization. With a vision ‘Lasting Health Change in Africa, Amref Health Africa works to ensure every African can enjoy the right to health services by helping create vibra

  • Addis Ababa
    Akmase Import and Export
    AKMASE IMPORT AND EXPORT WOULD LIKE TO INVITE COMPETENT AND ENERGETIC APPLICANTS FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITION.Major dutiesAnswering calls, taking messages and handling correspondenceTyping, preparing, and collating reportsFilingOrganizing and servicing meetings (producing agendas and taking minutes)Managing databasesLiaising with relevant organizations and clientsCoordinating mail-shots and similar publicity tasksLogging or processing bills or expenses Acting as a receptionist and/or meeting and greeting clients 
    Addis Ababa Akmase Import and Export AKMASE IMPORT AND EXPORT WOULD LIKE TO INVITE COMPETENT AND ENERGETIC APPLICANTS FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITION.Major dutiesAnswering calls, taking messages and handling correspondenceTyping, preparing, and collating reportsFilingOrganizing and servicing meetings (producing agendas and taking minutes)Managing databasesLiaising with relevant organizations and clientsCoordinating mail-shots and similar publicity tasksLogging or processing bills or expenses Acting as a receptionist and/or meeting and greeting clients 
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    Administrative assistant (Addis Ababa)
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    Native ISO 6400, Extended to ISO 12800

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