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Build Capacity in Uganda

Organizations in Uganda are in need of a Private Sector Engagement advisor to build the technical and networking capacity of staff, management and board members of selected vocational training institutes Location: Hoima and Kasese, Uganda Application Closing Date: 31 May 2017 Essential • Degree or equivalent in respective field • 5+ years of relevant experience • Experience with apprenticeship schemes • Experience of corporate social responsibility schemes • Experience of identifying labour demand; skills needs • Strong networking and partnership building skills and experience • Proven coaching and mentoring skills • Experience of working with/training low capacity teams • Effective communications...

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Grow Businesses in Morocco

IESC is looking for an expert volunteer for a 21-day assignment in Morroco. The volunteer will develop a full business plan for the vinegar productincluding such as identifying markets, evaluate competition, create marketing strategies, develop a cost-benefit analysis and financial projects, and calendars to optimize the sale of apple cider vinegar. For this purpose, the volunteer should conduct web-based research and prepare questions for meetings to learn about demand, markets, buyer requirements, production capacity, financials costs, and revenue. These questions and answers will help guide village groups so they can learn to evaluate this and other organic agricultural business opportunities,...

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Craft Business Plans in Lebanon

IESC and the Farmer-to-Farmer Program seek to recruit a volunteer expert to support the development of a mushroom farming business in Lebanon. The volunteer expert will support the host organization with developing a business plan. QUALIFICATIONS: U.S. Citizen or U.S. permanent resident (as required by the Farmer to Farmer Program). University degree in business management or agribusiness, or related Practical experience with mushroom farms preferred Previous experience with group training. Familiar with conducting trainings through translators/interpreters. Very good communication, presentation, and analytical skills. Sufficiently physically fit, with appropriate medical clearance. Regional experience in MENA highly desired. Writing Skills: Reporting requires good computer skills including, but not limited to, working and generating reports with MS Word. Experience with PowerPoint presentations is desirable. This is a United States government funded program. Therefore, for the purpose of achieving desired results in accordance with the work plan and submitting requisite reports, written and spoken fluency in English is required. Ability to work through translators in the field, however, is essential. This requires deliberation and sensitivity to cultural issues in communication.   VOLUNTEER EXPERT SUPPORT: IESC provides comprehensive support to pro bono experts before, during, and after the anticipated assignment. Support to include: All travel and logistics arrangements and costs to be provided by IESC including airfare, visas, medical examination, medevac and emergency travel insurance, and transit expenses; Project management and oversight from the...

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Counter Corruption in Honduras

OAS is seeking a professional for a 6-month mission in Honduras for capacity building within the area of combating corruption. You must speak Spanish.  Deadline: April 8 2017 Basic Salary: $84,721.00 Post Adjustment: $22,535.78 Duration: 6 months Apply El mandato de la Misión de Apoyo contra la Corrupción y la Impunidad en Honduras (MACCIH) de la SG/OEA se establece en el acuerdo firmado el 19 de enero de 2016 entre el Gobierno de Honduras y la Secretaría General de la OEA para el establecimiento de esta Misión. Los principales objetivos de la MACCIH son apoyar y fortalecer el sistema...

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Jose Luis Cardona (Graphic Designer): Transits through the thoughts of communities, cultural manifestations and productive practices, incorporating graphic design as a participatory element and a tool for community strengthening.

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