The subject should read CAR-Head P&S APDS. Deadline for applications: March 31, 2020. Thank you in advance for your interest in this position. Please note that only candidates under serious consideration will be contacted for follow up. If you have not been contacted six weeks after closing, consider your application unsuccessful.
The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) seeks a consultant to develop a massive open online course for the Africa Youth Transformational Leadership Programme.
The main objective of the consultancy is to develop a MOOC for the Africa Youth Transformational Leadership Programme (AYTLP) that will help to build the capacity of youth leaders on critical aspects that will enable to them have the capacity to contribute to the development of green economies and sustainable development in Africa. This will be guided by the key strategic pillars of intervention under the AYTLP’s theory of change (ToC) that include Advancing Policy, Capacity Building, Sustainable / Green Entrepreneurship and Networking Platforms.
The assignment will involve a desktop study that will research on relevant training content from a wide range of relevant resources to design curriculum content. The process will involve conducting interview with the target audience (youth organisations and networks) and consultations with stakeholders engaged in implementing youth programmes to include but not limited to WWF. Video shoots of good practices will be taken in select landscapes to include design of infographics to ensure an interactive digital platform with relevant and strategic content is developed.
Interested parties should submit their detailed application proposals Not later than 31stOctober 2020 which should include:
- A technical proposal highlighting how they will carry out their work and detailed curriculum vitae;
- A detailed work plan;
- A financial proposal detailing their costs of carrying out the work that specifies the honorarium as well as any other costs.
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