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Discussion in 'Nafasi za Kazi na Tenda' started by MziziMkavu, May 17, 2010.

  1. MziziMkavu

    MziziMkavu JF-Expert Member

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    RESEARCH ASSISTANTS
    Background
    The Concern for Development Initiatives in Africa (ForDIA) is a Sub-regional development consulting not-for-profit organization, which facilitates people-centred development initiatives within local conditions. ForDIA undertakes the activities of research, training, advocacy and consultancies in the themes of Conflict, Peace and Security; Democracy and Governance; Gender Equality Development; and Poverty in the context of North-South Development Dialogue.
    For the last three years ForDIA has steadily grown to coordinate efforts aimed at improving transparency and good governance in Tanzania, which include coordination of the Tanzania Transparency Forum (TRAFO), and the Publish What You Pay (PWYP) Campaign, following up implementation of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) in Tanzania. The EITI sets a global standard for revenue transparency in the oil, gas, minerals, forestry and fisheries resources.
    ForDIA is also a Secretariat of the Great Lakes Peace and Security Network (PeSeNet) while it is similarly, the National Coordinating Organisation (NCO) for Civil Society Index (CSI) project.
    The CSI is a milestone and determinative action-research project which assesses the state of Civil Society in countries around the world for the purpose of creating a knowledge base and a momentum for initiatives that strengthen the Civil Society. Civil Society Organisations initiate and implement the index, which actively involves and disseminates its findings to the broad range of stakeholders across the governments, development partners, academics, and the public at large.
    The process to implement CSI project in Tanzania started in early 2008 upon ForDIA being competitively selected by CIVICUS and awarded the NCO status. So far ForDIA has gone through the first three stages of implementing CSI, namely technical training, formation of National Index Team (NIT), establishment of the National Advisory Group (NAG) and undertaking country social forces analysis consistent with civil society mapping; undergone secondary data review; and undertaken the Regional Stakeholders Consultations (RSCs)/workshops. RSCs activities were undertaken in all Tanzania Mainland and Zanzibar regions in February 2010. CSI fourth stage activities known as community samples, which is basically household fieldwork surveys, are forthcoming.
    The opportunities
    ForDIA is currently seeking to recruit and deploy research assistants to carry-out Community Samples fieldwork activities, planned to be undertaken both in Tanzania Mainland and Zanzibar.

    Duties and Responsibilities
    ØUndergo intensive training for community samples fieldwork in particular and CSI generally.
    ØAdministration of questionnaires with which to collect the CSI data from the sampled communities across the United republic of Tanzania.
    ØPrepare fieldwork report to underscore civil-society related salient aspects, whose note must be taken in the course of drafting the Tanzania CSI report.

    The minimum requirement
    Research Assistants must possess at least the following (minimum) qualifications:

    1. Holder of advanced certificate of secondary education (university education is an added advantage)
    2. Experience in working with civil society organisations
    3. Good communication skills
    4. Resident of the area they are recruited to collect data
    5. Willingness to be available during the whole fieldwork assignment period
    6. Knowledge of civil society living both in rural and urban areas of Tanzania
    7. Aptitude to capture the general awareness of CSI immediately after training
    8. Ability to work with minimum supervision
    9. Fluent in Swahili (fluent in English is an added advantage)
    10. Knowledge, skills and experience in report writing

    Duration of assignment
    Ten (10) Days

    Research resources (fee) and expenses
    ForDIAwill cover the cost of field research including fees and logistical expenses in line with the budget as agreed between UNDP and ForDIA.

    Mode of application
    Interested/qualifie d candidates should send applications with most current CVs and photocopies of certificates/ testimonials not later than 27th May 2010, byclose of business hours.

    Applications should be addressed to
    Civil Society Index Coordinator
    Concern for Development Initiatives in Africa (ForDIA)
    Secretariat of the Great Lakes Peace and Security Network (PeSeNet)
    Off University Road, Survey Area, Kawe/Mlalakuwa Plot # 301-304, House # 250
    P.O. Box 32505, Dar es Salaam -TANZANIA
    E-mail: info@fordia. org
    cc'd to humphrey.josia@ fordia.org

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    Executive Director,
    Concern for Development Initiatives in Africa (ForDIA)
    Secretariat of the Great Lakes Peace and Security Network (PeSeNet)
    Off University Road, Survey Area, Kawe/Mlalakuwa Plot # 301-304, House # 250
    P.O. Box 32505,
    Dar es Salaam -TANZANIA
    Tel: +255 22 2701890 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting +255 22 2701890 end_of_the_skype_highlighting
    +255 22 2701895-6
    Cell: +255 784 410 939 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting +255 784 410 939 end_of_the_skype_highlighting
    Fax: +255 22 2701890
    E-mail: bubelwa.kaiza@ fordia.org

    Website: www.fordia.org






     
  2. Lighondi

    Lighondi JF-Expert Member

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    Shukrani kwako MtiMkavu.
     
  3. Amoeba

    Amoeba JF-Expert Member

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    Haya, kwa waliomaliza FOM SIKSI kazi kwenu wakati mnaskilizia MIKOPO! ukitengeneza hata 100,000*10=1,000,000 inatosha hata kununua laptop
     
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    Kijamani Senior Member

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    Thank you
     
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    Msanii JF-Expert Member

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    Dah
    kudadadeki
    nanyoa mvi naingia kazini now
     
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    Hii imekaa vizuri na inatakiwa isambae vijana wachape kazi.
     
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