Light for the World is a global disability & development organization, working towards breaking down barriers to enrich society with its mission is to contribute to a world in which persons with disabilities fully exercise their rights as stipulated in the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Persons with disabilities living in poverty are amongst the most excluded groups in society. They are at the centre of our work and they drive the change.
Light for the World in Kenya
In Kenya, Light for the World's InBusiness (Inclusive Business) program is aimed at supporting people with disabilities start a stable micro-enterprise and thereby earn their own income to support their family and thus actively participate in society.
The project supports entrepreneurs with disabilities who struggle to keep their business running and entrepreneurs with disabilities wanting to start a business. Both groups need guidance on how they can develop their ideas into a viable business.
EmployAble is our business project focuses in building employability capacities among youth with and without disabilities in universities, it also aims to identify barriers of inclusion for more students with disabilities in core courses in the universities piloted and developed proposed action plans to alleviate those barriers.
Light for the World Kenya's MEAL Department
The department was created in September 2019. Started with a hiring of MEAL officer who by then had huge roles of putting up structures in place and same time implementing the ongoing MEAL activities. To date, the organization has grown with new projects coming in, all with new MEAL requirements which continued to add more roles to the current MEAL staff. Due to this, Light for the World seeks to engage a MEAL consultant on part time basis.
Description of the required service provision
The overall objective of the MEAL part time consultant is to support Light for The World's monitoring, evaluation, and documentation department project activities with support from Light for the World’s Monitoring, Evaluation & Documentation Lead.
The specific objectives / expected outcomes are:
MEAL part time Consultant Profile
The background and experience of the MEAL Part time consultant is as follows:
Service duration and location
The work schedule will be arranged by Monitoring, Evaluation & Documentation Lead, as mentioned below -
Service Provision Budget
Cost of service provision: Kenya Shillings 5,000 per session (a session is defined as 4 hours).
The consultant will be expected to work for 25 sessions in the months of February, March, and April.
To apply :
The consultant should submit a proposal comprising the following:
Interested individuals or firms should submit Expression of Interest & the above mentioned documents to firstname.lastname@example.org before or on 9th February. Please include Engagement of part time MEAL Consultant in the subject line.
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