Due Date: April 24,2019
The Call for Experts for AWDF Multilingual Feminist Grantmaking is open. The African Women’s Improvement Fund (AWDF) was established in June 2000, as an Africa-wide humanitarian, grant making effort to support the realisation and fulfilment of African women’s rights through funding of independent women’s organisations on the continent. AWDF supports change-makers; African women’s activist organisations and individuals who have really held and advanced the line on women’s rights.
AWDF runs in 2 considerable languages, English and French. AWDF is looking for a multilingual feminist grantmaking expert to operate as Temporary Cover for its Francophone grantmaking portfolio for a period of 8 weeks. The expert will report to the Grants Manager, and will run in close collaboration with Grants Program Officers and administrators, Program professionals, the Director of Programmes, together with other members of the AWDF group.
The function is mainly Grant Management and includes the following:.
Examination French applications and recommend dependable organisations that promote AWDF’s goal, prepare a summary docket for management aspect to think about.
Conduct due diligence on selected women’s rights organisations when needed.
Examination recipient reports and supply feedback and tips to the Grants and Funding groups.
Supply translation from French into English and English into French fretting grants as needed.
Any other task in keeping with the function as designated by Supervisor.
Location and Duration.
This position depends on Accra nevertheless the jobholder can work basically. The function, nonetheless may consist of some travel within the African continent.
The job is to start quickly and would last for 8 weeks.
Expert understanding of women’s rights issues in Africa with specific understanding of women’s rights problems and organisations in Francophone Africa.
Competent at examining and managing grants/ job budget to women’s rights organisations, ideally in the context of grantmaking.
Remarkable oral and written interaction capabilities in French and English.
Remarkable social and group work capabilities, a beneficial state of mind.
Revealed ability to supply handle time.
Post graduate level degree in gender and development, human rights or other proper area.
Qualified African women are encouraged to utilize.
Qualified potential customers need to please send a cover letter, a CV of not more than 3 pages and sign of 2 referees by email to[email protected]
Kindly put in the e-mail subject header: “Consultancy, Short-lived cover- Francophone grantmaking portfolio”.
Simply list potential customers will be required additional information and interviews.
To read more, see AWDF.