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Non-formal Education Consultant Needed!
Sep 1st, 2011 - 07:01:53
Please find the email below for your information.
Yvonne Bellys Akoth
Regional Focal Point - Eastern Africa
Global Youth Coalition on HIV/AIDS
Address: 40004 - 00100 Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 714 726 403 | yvonne (at) gyca.org
www.gyca.org | www.tigweb.org
Hard Work Pays!
GYCA is a youth-led global network of more than 5,500 young leaders and
adult allies working on youth and HIV/AIDS in 173 countries
world-wide.GYCA's mission is to empower young leaders with the skills,
knowledge, resources and opportunities they need to scale up HIV/AIDS
interventions amongst their peers.
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From: Kgga Kgga
Date: Thu, Sep 1, 2011 at 1:57 PM
Subject: Please circulate - from WAGGGS
To: yvonne (at) gyca.org
Non-formal education consultant - call for proposals
*26 August 2011*
*The World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts is calling for
proposals for the development of a new, innovative non-formal education
programme to Stop the violence speak out for girls rights. *
We are seeking an expert in non-formal education with experience of
developing programmes for young people on sensitive topics. As an expert in
creating non-formal education programmes that deal with sensitive issues for
young people, and particularly girls and young women, you will be able to
work closely with the World Association to deliver a curriculum that engages
young people with the topic of ending violence.
You will have previous experience of, and expertise in, creating non-formal
education materials for young people and you will have knowledge of, and
previous experience in, tackling sensitive issues with young people through
non formal education methodologies.
You will be committed to creating a curriculum that gives young people a
safe space to talk about these issues, opportunities to take actions that
can make a difference and doing this in a way that ensures the safety of all
those engaging with the curriculum.
You will have innovative ideas about ways in which to do this and will have
previous experience in creating non-formal education programmes that tackle
sensitive subjects in an engaging, thought-provoking way and that can be
adapted to many cultural and country specific contexts.
It would also be beneficial if you have particular knowledge of the topic
ending violence against girls and young women.
You will be available to work on this curriculum between September 2011 and
June 2012, and you will be available for revisions of the curriculum content
after an initial test period later on in 2012.
Please read the attached brief for further details on the curriculum and how
to structure your proposal and send proposals to
katharine (at) wagggsworld.orgby 21 September 2011.
For more information on WAGGGS, please visit www.wagggs.org, and for further
information on the WAGGGS campaign to stop the violence visit