The International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC) is an independent non-profit organization that combines innovative research, market systems development, and strategic partnerships to spread sustainable agricultural solutions for improved soil health, food security, and livelihoods around the world.
IFDC is recruiting for the above project in Uganda.
“Building Resilience and Inclusive Growth of Highland farming systems for rural Transformation” (BRIGHT) will target over 100,000 Ugandan highland households in Kigezi, Mt Elgon, and Rwenzori regions, building project interventions from the ground up that are based on the aspirations and needs of targeted farming households and communities. BRIGHT seeks to build the resilience capacity of farm households and the farming systems to recover from external shocks in an ever-changing context through absorption, adaptation, and transformation and, in so doing, increase incomes and food and nutritional security of all farmers, from subsistence-oriented farm households to more market-oriented ones.
The proposed project aims to achieve the following main impacts:
IFDC is to recruit a qualified individual to fill the position of Gender, Youth Inclusion Manager for this project, to be based in the main project field office of Fort Portal.
The person will lead the integration of gender and youth transformative and socially inclusive programming elements in accordance with global best practice, donor and IDFC’s requirements. The Gender, Youth Inclusion Manager participates in strategy, program implementation, program monitoring, and evaluation in relation to gender, youth and social inclusion integration in all project activities. This includes capacity building and technical assistance to government, private partners, civil society and community stakeholders.
This position provides leadership, guidance and technical support to the project, in designing, implementing and documenting GYSI focused programming.
Main tasks and responsibilities
Supervision and team collaboration
The Gender and Youth Manager is supervised by and reports to the Deputy Project Manager. She/ he works in close collaboration with project colleagues, other IFDC staff and colleagues from other project consortium members.
Position and duty station
The Gender, Youth and Social Inclusion Advisor is a national position with a duty in the project field offices Fort Portal.
The position requires intensive travels (up to 50% of the time) in target regions in Uganda and may require some international travel to other IFDC countries.
This is a senior position that requires highly motivated and self-driven individuals with the following qualifications.
Closing date: September 30,2022
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