In a consortium led by Family Health International (FHI 360), NRC with BRAC and Democracy International will implement a three-year USAID funded Education for Peace and Resilience Project targeting conflict-affected adolescents and youth. The project, which focusses on formal and non-formal education, seeks to increase safe learning spaces, support teachers to teach literacy and numeracy, increase psychosocial support services in schools, integrate peacebuilding approaches into the teaching and learning processes and enhance the capacity of PTAs and school stakeholders to manage schools and support the learning for their children. In this consortium, NRC will deliver community outreach interventions to support children and youth to enter schools within the inclusive and gender-sensitive peace education framework. Primarily NRC’s responsibility is for Western Bahr El Ghazal and Jonglei project Hub with additional support to other consortium members in their respective Hubs on specific activities.
The purpose of the Education for Peace and Resilience (EPRR) Project Manager is to provide strategic direction and overall management of the project, responsible for the development and implementation of the EPRR Project activities.
Application deadline: September 13, 2020