WCS is seeking a conservation manager. The Conservation Manager will play the lead role in developing, managing, and implementing the WCS's landscape-based conservation strategy for the CAR Nord-East Protected Areas Complex and Chari Basin's transboundary landscapes. They provide strategic support to the CAR Country Director to develop and oversee conservation plans and initiatives in alignment with the CAR and Chad program goals and budgets.
WCS- Regional Forests and Climate Change Lead Central Africa
Location: Kigali, Rwanda
WCS is seeking a Regional Forests and Climate Change Lead to provide technical and program development support in the implementation of WCS's climate change and forest protection strategy in the Congo Basin. Application Deadline: 30 November 2020
Working closely with the Central Africa Regional Director, the successful candidate will bring extensive knowledge and experience of the emerging marketplace for climate financing opportunities in the region and excellent awareness of national government commitments and existing regional mechanisms. They will also bring a well-developed network of partners with which to enhance WCS's strategic approach.
The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) is looking for a dynamic, creative and experienced Communications Manager to oversee an important and exciting outward-facing communications portfolio for the Okapi Wildlife Reserve.
Conservation International (CI) is looking for Communication Behavior and Change Manager. The Communication Behavior and Change Manager will primarily act as the leader for key partners support communication and monitor behavior change activities in the fields. This individual shall keep the Director of COFAV informed regarding issues of program management and implementation of these activities and work closely with the Livelihood and Behavior Change Manager and the communication Manager in Antananarivo.
Conservation International (CI) is looking for a Grants Coordinator. The Grants Coordinator will coordinate grants and contract-related administration activities for a program or division. S/he will work closely with the Grants Manager and other senior staff. S/he will support grant-making activities including planning and application activities, contracting, day-to-day administration, reporting, and closeout.
The Technical Advisor will lead delivery in Programs 2 and 4, and support the achievement of the overall mission of the Jengi Tri-Nationale de la Sangha (TNS) Program as needed. Consistent WWF Cameroon vision of a future with healthy ecosystems and thriving biodiversity supporting people and driving sustainable development in Cameroon. Deadline for applications: 10th October 2021.
WWF is looking for a dynamic and committed Communications, Fundraising and Partnership Manager to support conservation efforts and ensure WWF DRC’s conservation targets are met through strategic promotion of WWF DRC Brand among different audiences and supporting the fundraising effort in the country and within the Network in line with the WWF – DRC Strategic Plan and Communication Strategy. Interested candidates should email a cover letter (with at least 3 references) and curriculum vitae by October, 10 2021.
In partnership with Queen's University (Ontario, Canada), IFED is launching three online training courses on mining management, waste management and circular economy and on protected areas management.
The project entitled: "Green Commodity Landscape Programme" is part of WWF's ongoing efforts to promote sustainable cocoa production, forest protection and create new economic activities for communities in two geographical areas in Cameroon. Other agro-commodities such as, rubber, oil palm, banana, etc. will also be included in the program.
In order to enhance and promote investigative journalism on the African continent, the three networks of African journalists - the Norbert Zongo Center (CNP-NZ), the Norbert Zongo Unit for investigative journalism in Africa Ouest (CENOZO) and the Franco-African platform Médias & Démocratie (M&D) - are launching this annual PAJI-NZ Prize exclusively dedicated to investigative journalism in Africa. For this edition, the awards ceremony will take place in Ouagadougou on November 12 and 13, 2021. The deadline for applications is September 15, 2021.
Terms of Reference and Call for Proposals for the Development of a Sustainable Financing Plan for the Conservation of the Gola Forest Landscape, Liberia and Sierra Leone
The consultant is expected to consult widely in Sierra Leone and Liberia, as well as globally, to ensure a good understanding of all the factors that affect the feasibility of different funding mechanisms. The consultant is expected to bring new ideas to the landscape rather than going over old ground. This consultation will be best done face-to-face but virtual consultation can be considered depending on the COVID situation. Interested consultants are requested to send a proposal via email by 13 September 2021 (COB EAT).