Kenya Community Forestry Expert, Forestry/Community Based Natural Resource Management, Nairobi, Kenya
Closing date: 20 Dec 2012
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USAID/Kenya’s Agriculture, Business and Environment Office (ABEO) intends to undertake a performance evaluation of its cooperative agreement (CA) to Institute for Environmental Innovation (I4EI) – and its sub-agreement holder Catholic Relief Services (CRS) – to work in a Global Development Alliance with its private sector partner, Clean Air Action Corporation (CAAC). Although the project is beyond its chronological midpoint, the evaluation is intended as a “mid-term” performance evaluation.
The Kenya Community Forestry Expert will be responsible for balancing the international perspectives of the other team members with the political, social, and economic realities of Kenyan farm families.
The position is expected to begin in January and the assignment is lasting approximately 1 month.
This is a local position. Only Kenyan Nationals are eligible to apply.
- Participate in all meetings, under the direction of the Team Leader;
- Contribute to all analyses and debriefings;
- Assess the political, social, and economic realities of Kenyan farm families;
- Contribute to report drafting.
- Minimum of seven years of experience in Kenya’s forestry sector;
- Three years of experience in community forestry and related programs;
- Have an excellent grasp of issues related to rural development and gender in Kenya;
- Experience working on evaluations;
- Exposure to forestry initiatives outside Kenya is a plus;
- Fluent in spoken English and Kiswahili.
How to apply:
Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please.
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