Closing date: 5.00pm on Thursday 18th August 2016
Salary: UGX 13,223,077
Location: Kamuli, Tororo and Lira, Uganda
Restless Development is the global leader in youth-led development. Our award winning youth-led approach reaches over 450,000 young people weekly across 8 countries in Africa and Asia, and engages 350 youth organization from around the world. Since 1985, we have demonstrated that young people are critical actors in the development, and can drive positive change at local, national and international levels in the areas of sexual and reproductive health, livelihoods and civic participation. Our model is bottom up and holistic, focusing on individual leadership change amongst young people as well as systematic changes in policy and practice towards a more supportive environment for youth-led development. Find out more here: www.restlessdevelopment.org
Restless Development Uganda is seeking to recruit three talented individuals to support the coordination of all activities relating to a new exiting five-year youth-led Girls Advocacy Alliance (GAA) project, implemented in partnership with Plan Uganda and Terres Des Hommes. The programme will promote a youth-led approach to building capacity of CSOs and generate evidence that will be used to engage with key decision makers and hold them accountable on girls’ economic and protection rights.
The programme will be implemented in the four districts of Kamuli, Buyende, Lira, Aleptong, Tororo and Bukedea. One programme officer will be based in Kamuli to support programme activities in Kamuli and Buyende; the second Programme Officer will be based in Tororo to support operations in Tororo and Bukedea and the third will be based in Lira and will foresee programme implementation in Lira and Aleptong Districts.
The position will oversee field implementation of the programme, liaise with the research teams and coordinate with the key programme actors.
Please send a completed application form to email@example.com by the closing date. Please note that we DO NOT accept CVs, resumes and cover letters.