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Working in the field of human rights is a challenging but rewarding career choice. With ARTICLE 19 you will find an international community of activists, legal specialists, and subject experts working together to protect the basic freedoms of many communities throughout the world.

You can find out more about where we work and what we do, by following the links above. In addition to a sector-competitive salary, we promote a flexible culture befitting a digitally enabled, multi-cultural workforce located in over ten cities around the world. We work hard, placing emphasis on delivery and accountability, while balancing all of this with a range of policies geared to health and well-being, including generous leave allowances and remote-working arrangements.

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Nairobi, Kenya     Competitive KSH

ARTICLE 19’s Eastern Africa office is looking for a consultant to conduct mapping of existing support services and needs assessment of intra and inter country level network of women journalists and HRD’s in Kisumu and Mombasa.

The main objective of the consultancy is to deepen the understanding and knowledge of the existing support services (legal and psycho social) both in practice & in policies and conduct a needs assessment of the intra and inter county level networks of women HRDs and journalists in Kisumu and Mombasa counties.

In light of the restrictions brought about by the COVID 19 pandemic, the assignment may be conducted virtually, coupled with minimal physical interaction with strict adherence to government COVID 19 protocols. The below scope of work will be undertaken in consultation and with guidance from ARTICLE 19 in the counties of Kisumu and Mombasa over a period not exceeding 2 months and will include but not be limited to:

  1. Through own networks and research, identify key stakeholders/respondents in the target counties and conduct the mapping exercise
  2. Develop a needs assessment methodology and interview tools with COVID 19 protocols in place
  3. Develop a comprehensive mapping report; and
  4. Develop a needs assessment report and provide recommendations and key learnings for strategic planning.

For further information, please click the below Terms of Reference attachment:

MAPPING EXERCISE TOR – ARTICLE 19 Eastern Africa office

Application process

Interested and qualified candidates should apply to [email protected] copying in [email protected]  by 25th  January, 2021 with copies of the following attached;

  1. Technical proposal: profile of the consultant(s) i.e. Explanation about the consultant(s) understanding of the TOR presenting a proposed work plan and methodology to accomplish the tasks.
  2. Financial Proposal: The financial proposal should provide cost estimates for services rendered including a detailed breakdown of such costs; and
  3. Documentation of relevant experience: resumes of the lead consultant and, if applicable, the key personnel that will carry out the assignment and their roles and responsibilities; and a brief of relevant experience that qualifies the applicant to carry out the assignment.
Nairobi, Kenya     Competitive KSH

ARTICLE 19’s Eastern Africa office is seeking the services of a consultant(s) under the PROTECT project to conduct a survey on the general public’s attitudes and perceptions of women HRDs and journalists and their roles and contributions to civic space in Kenya with specific focus on Kisumu and Mombasa counties.

In light of the restrictions brought about by the COVID 19 pandemic the assignment may be conducted online coupled with minimal physical interaction with strict adherence to government COVID 19 protocols. The below scope of work will be conducted over a period of not more than 45 calendar days and will include but will not be limited to:

  1. Development of survey design, the methodology, and identify the tools that will be used to conduct the survey.
  2. Identify the target audience for the survey, with guidance from ARTICLE 19 networks and desk research.
  3. Conduct the survey based on agreed upon methodology and approaches
  4. Develop a comprehensive analytical report based on the findings, with recommendations and key areas for follow up.

For further information, please click the below Terms of Reference attachment:

PERCEPTION SURVEY TOR – ARTICLE 19 Eastern Africa office

Application process

Interested and qualified candidates should send their application to [email protected] copying in [email protected]  by 25th  January, 2021 with copies of the following attached;

  1. Technical proposal: profile of the consultant(s) i.e. brief explanation about the consultant(s) understanding of the TOR  and how they plan to accomplish the tasks
  2. Financial Proposal: The financial proposal should provide cost estimates for services rendered including a detailed breakdown of such costs; and
  3. Documentation of relevant experience: resumes of the lead consultant and, if applicable, the key personnel that will carry out the assignment and their roles and responsibilities; and a brief of relevant experience that qualifies the applicant to carry out the assignment; a written sample of similar work.
London     £44,336.00 p/a

ROLE SUMMARY

ARTICLE 19 requires a Senior International Grant Accountant (SIGA) to lead the financial aspect of the UK Aid Connect PROTECT consortium. This is a key role as part of the PROTECT management team in ARTICLE 19 which consists of the Senior PROTECT Programme Officer, the Senior Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Coordinator, the PROTECT Consortium Coordinator and this role.

The SIGA will lead on all financial aspects of the PROTECT consortium, including budgeting, reporting, compliance and financial management and coordinate closely with the three international partners.

PROTECT BACKGROUND

Protecting Rights, Openness and Transparency-Enhancing Civic Transformation (PROTECT) is a multi-faceted international aid project funded by the UK Government Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO).

The objectives of PROTECT, are focused on and will be delivered through partners in Kenya, Malawi and Myanmar. PROTECT seeks to foster open societies based on expanded and protected civic space. The work is delivered by a consortium of specialist NGOs and expert organisations, led by ARTICLE 19 with partners Internews, the International Centre for Not-for-profit Law (ICNL) and the Humanist Institute for Development Cooperation (Hivos). PROTECT partners bring together their expertise in the fields of freedom of assembly, association, expression, access to information and data transparency, media sustainability and protection of journalist and human rights defenders to address holistically the multifaceted challenges of closing civic space.

Application deadline: 19th January 2021