CARDNO – Senior ICT Adviser – CD 04 de Agosto de 2016

CARDNO-PNDS

CARDNO

Senior ICT Adviser

Job Reference Number

PC85

Job Type

International Development Assistance/Emerging Markets

Schedule

Contract

Job Location

Australasia; Timor-Leste

Job Summary

The Programa Nasional Dezenvolvimentu Suku (PNDS), or National Program for Village Development is a nation-wide community development program of the Government of Timor-Leste (GoTL). Launched in June 2012 and valued at $300 million over eight years from 2014, it will contribute to rural development by funding the ‘missing link’ to services – basic village infrastructure – and provide jobs and training.

The GoTL is providing each village in Timor-Leste with a grant of around US$50,000 to plan, construct and manage their own small scale infrastructure projects. A PNDS Secretariat within the Ministry of State Administration is responsible for the implementation of PNDS.

The Australian Government is assisting GoTL to implement PNDS through the PNDS Support Program (PNDS-SP) managed by Cardno Emerging Markets.

 

Key Responsibilities

We currently have a vacancy for the position of Senior ITC Adviser.

 

The objectives of this role are to:

§  Support the implementation and ongoing refinement of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) systems across PNDS offices

§  Oversee the roll-out and maintenance of the PNDS Management Information System (MIS)

§  Build skills and capacity of PNDS Secretariat ICT Officers to manage the systems and infra-structure independently

§  Lead the PNDS-SP ICT/MIS technical support to the PNDS Secretariat and Support Program office

§  Manage and maintain Field Support Team (FST) system lifecycle, report generation and quality assurance

 

A copy of the Terms of Reference and Selection Criteria for this position can be found here: PC85 Senior ITC Adviser – ToR.pdf

 

Other Requirements

How to apply.

 

Email your application with the reference ‘PC85-Senior ICT Adviser’ in the subject line to recruitment@pndssp.tl by Thursday 4 August 2016, 5.00pm Dili time

 

Your applications must include:
1. Response against each of the essential and desirable selection criteria
(maximum five pages).
2. Curriculum vitae/resume.
3. Name and contact details (phone and email) of three referees.
4. Please indicate where you saw the advertisement or how you learnt about this job vacancy.

 

Late and incomplete applications will not  be considered.

 

Employee Benefits

This Position will be remunerated under the Locally Engaged Staff Remuneration Framework as follows:

Job family : Adviser Group D (Salary Range : $3,500 to $5,100 per month).

 

Contact

For further information about this position please email recruitment@pndssp.tl with the reference ‘PC85-Senior ICT Adviser’ ‘ in the subject line.

 

Cardno is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Cardno encourages women to apply.

 

Cardno is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to Child Protection in all fields. Successful applicants may be required to provide a police clearance certificate.

CARDNO – Senior Social Development Adviser – CD 04 de Agosto de 2016

CARDNO-PNDS

CARDNO

Senior Social Development Adviser

Job Reference Number

PC42

Job Type

International Development Assistance/Emerging Markets

Schedule

Contract

Job Location

Australasia; Timor-Leste

Job Summary

The Programa Nasional Dezenvolvimentu Suku (PNDS), or National Program for Village Development, is a new, nation-wide community development program of the Government of Timor-Leste (GoTL). Launched in June 2012 and valued at $300 million over eight years from 2014, it will contribute to rural development by funding the ‘missing link’ to services – basic village infrastructure – and provide jobs and training.

The Government is providing each village with an annual grant of around US$50,000 to plan, construct and manage their own small scale infrastructure projects.
An Inter-Ministerial Committee and Technical Working Group, representing key ministries (Finance, State Administration, Health, Education, Agriculture, Public Works and the National Development Agency), have been established to oversee the implementation of PNDS. A PNDS Secretariat within the Ministry of State Administration supports these bodies and is responsible for the implementation of PNDS.

The Australian Government is assisting the Government of Timor-Leste to implement PNDS through the PNDS Support Program Phase II (PSP-II) managed by Cardno Emerging Markets.

 

Key Responsibilities

The PNDS Support Program (PNDS-SP) currently has a requirement for a Senior Social Development Adviser for their Field Support Team.

 The main objectives of Field Support Team (FST) are to :

§  Work alongside the PNDS Secretariat Program Implementation team to monitor, assess and report progress in program implementation at the field level.

§  Develop the capacity of the PNDS Program Implementation Department and national officer counterparts

§  Develop the capacity of the PNDS sub-national staff so that they are better able to deliver on their mandates

The position will be co-located with the PNDS Secretariat in the Ministry of Strategic Planning and Investment.

 

The objectives of this role are to:

§  Provide strategic level advice on social development policy and management issues for PNDS program implementation

§  Build capacity of PNDS social development staff at national and sub-national levels

§  Manage and provide technical and professional advice for the FST Field Coordinators – Social Development

§  Support the PNDS management team to understand and manage issues arising from the field (systems, capacity, resources, and community opinions) particularly in relation to social development

§  Assist the PNDS Secretariat to monitor, supervise, assess and audit the social development activities of PNDS

A copy of the Terms of Reference and Selection Criteria for this position can be found here: PC42 Senior Social Development Adviser ToR.pdf

 

Other Requirements

How to apply. Email your application with the reference ‘PC42-Senior Social Development Adviser’ in the subject line to recruitment@pndssp.tl by Thursday 4 August 2016, 5.00pm Dili time

Your applications must include:
1. Response against each of the essential and desirable selection criteria
(maximum five pages).
2. Curriculum vitae/resume.
3. Name and contact details (phone and email) of three referees.
4. Please indicate where you saw the advertisement or how you learnt about this job vacancy.

Late and incomplete applications will not  be considered.

Employee Benefits

This position will be remunerated under the Locally Engaged Staff Remuneration Framework as follows:
Job family: Advisor Group D (Salary Range: $3,500 to $5,100 per month).

Contact

For further information about this position please email recruitment@pndssp.tl with the reference ‘PC42-Senior Social Development Adviser’ in the subject line.

 

Cardno is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Cardno encourages women to apply.

 

Cardno is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to Child Protection in all fields. Successful applicants may be required to provide a police clearance certificate.

CARDNO – Finance Adviser -CD 04 de Agosto de 2016

CARDNO-PNDS

CARDNO

Finance Adviser

Job Reference Number

PC82

Job Type

International Development Assistance/Emerging Markets

Schedule

Contract

Job Location

Australasia; Timor-Leste

Job Summary

The Programa Nasional Dezenvolvimentu Suku (PNDS), or National Program for Village Development, is a new, nation-wide community development program of the Government of Timor-Leste (GoTL). Launched in June 2012 and valued at $300 million over eight years from 2014, it will contribute to rural development by funding the ‘missing link’ to services – basic village infrastructure – and provide jobs and training.

The Government is providing each village with an annual grant of around US$50,000 to plan, construct and manage their own small scale infrastructure projects.
An Inter-Ministerial Committee and Technical Working Group, representing key ministries (Finance, State Administration, Health, Education, Agriculture, Public Works and the National Development Agency), have been established to oversee the implementation of PNDS. A PNDS Secretariat within the Ministry of State Administration supports these bodies and is responsible for the implementation of PNDS.

The Australian Government is assisting the Government of Timor-Leste to implement PNDS through the PNDS Support Program Phase II (PSP-II) managed by Cardno Emerging Markets.

Key Responsibilities

The PNDS Support Program (PNDS-SP) currently has a requirement for a Finance Adviser for their Field Support Team.

 

The main objectives of Field Support Team (FST) are to:

§  Work alongside the PNDS Secretariat Program Implementation team to monitor, assess and report progress in program implementation at the field level.

§  Develop the capacity of the PNDS Program Implementation Department and national officer counterparts

§  Develop the capacity of the PNDS sub-national staff so that they are better able to deliver on their mandates

The position will be co-located with the PNDS Secretariat in the Ministry of Strategic Planning and Investment.

 

The objectives of this role are to:

§  Build capacity of PNDS finance staff at the sub-national level.

§  Provide technical and professional advice for the FST Finance Officers.

§  Support the PNDS management team to understand and manage issues arising from the field (systems, capacity, resources, and community opinions) particularly in relation to financial management.

§  Assist the PNDS Secretariat to monitor, supervise, assess and audit the financial activities of PNDS.

 

A copy of the Terms of Reference and Selection Criteria for this position can be found here: PC82 Finance Adviser ToR.pdf

Other Requirements

How to apply. Email your application with the reference ‘PC82-Finance Adviser’ in the subject line to recruitment@pndssp.tl by Thursday 4 August 2016, 5.00pm Dili time

 

Your applications must include:
1. Response against each of the essential and desirable selection criteria (maximum five pages).
2. Curriculum vitae/resume.
3. Name and contact details (phone and email) of three referees.
4. Please indicate where you saw the advertisement or how you learnt about this job vacancy.

 

Late and incomplete applications will not be considered.

Employee Benefits

Job Employee Benefits

This position will be remunerated under the Locally Engaged Staff Remuneration Framework as follows:
Job family: Advisor Group A (Salary Range: $1,860 to $3,100 per month).

Contact

Job Contact

For further information about this position please email recruitment@pndssp.tl with the reference ‘PC82-Finance Adviser’ in the subject line.

 

Cardno is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Cardno encourages women to apply.

 

Cardno is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to Child Protection in all fields. Successful applicants may be required to provide a police clearance certificate.

CARDNO – MIS Development Adviser -CD 04 de Agosto de 2016

CARDNO-PNDS

CARDNO

MIS Development Adviser

Job Reference Number

PC86

Job Type

International Development Assistance/Emerging Markets

Schedule

Contract

Job Location

Australasia; Timor-Leste

Job Summary

The Programa Nasional Dezenvolvimentu Suku (PNDS), or National Program for Village Development is a nation-wide community development program of the Government of Timor-Leste (GoTL). Launched in June 2012 and valued at $300 million over eight years from 2014, it will contribute to rural development by funding the ‘missing link’ to services – basic village infrastructure – and provide jobs and training.

The GoTL is providing each village in Timor-Leste with a grant of around US$50,000 to plan, construct and manage their own small scale infrastructure projects. A PNDS Secretariat within the Ministry of State Administration is responsible for the implementation of PNDS.

The Australian Government is assisting GoTL to implement PNDS through the PNDS Support Program (PNDS-SP) managed by Cardno Emerging Markets.

Key Responsibilities

We currently have a vacancy for the position of MIS Adviser.
The objectives of this role are to:

§  Assist the design and implementation of the PNDS Management of Information System (MIS), ensure it is fully operational, build the necessary institutional capacity of the PNDS Secretariat to effectively use the system and have visibility over all aspects of the program implementation.

§  Assess the information needs of the Secretariat and define how information should be collected, flow, captured, stored, and reported.

§  Ensure that data is properly and accurately collected and accessed in a timely manner to feed into reports and other management requirements.

§  Support capacity development of the PNDS Secretariat staff so they can effectively use the system, manage and analyse information, and report on progress through the MIS.

 

A copy of the Terms of Reference and Selection Criteria for this position can be found here: PC86 MIS Development Adviser.pdf

Other Requirements

How to apply.

Email your application with the reference ‘PC86-MIS Development Adviser’ in the subject line to recruitment@pndssp.tl by Thursday 4 August 2016, 5.00pm Dili time

 Your applications must include:
1. Response against each of the essential and desirable selection criteria
(maximum five pages).
2. Curriculum vitae/resume.
3. Name and contact details (phone and email) of three referees.
4. Please indicate where you saw the advertisement or how you learnt about this job vacancy.

Late and incomplete applications will not be considered.

 

Employee Benefits

This Position will be remunerated under the Locally Engaged Staff Remuneration Framework as follows:
Job family : National Adviser, Group : C (Salary Range : $2,000 to $3,800 per month).

Contact

For further information about this position please email recruitment@pndssp.tl with the reference ‘PC86-MIS Development Adviser ‘ in the subject line.

 

Cardno is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Cardno encourages women to apply.

Cardno is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to Child Protection in all fields. Successful applicants may be required to provide a police clearance certificate

UNDP-TL – EOI – CD 1o de Agosto de 2016

UNDP

UNDP

CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

 

Ref. EOI/01/JSP/2016

 

 

Micro-Capital Grant for UNDP’s Project on “Strengthening rule of law by supporting the establishment of Access to Justice Clinics (AJCs) in Timor-Leste”

 

 

UNDP Timor-Leste, Dili invites interested NGOs/CBOs/CSOs to submit Expressions of Interest (EOI).

 

The Justice System Programme of UNDP is supporting the establishment of Access to Justice Clinics (AJCs) which will constitute a section of the Public Defenders’ Office (PDO) in Timor-Leste. These clinics will be staffed by civil society actors which will help strengthen the mandate of the PDO to provide free legal aid, mediation, and information services to the most vulnerable people in Timor-Leste. The AJCs will be piloted in the judicial districts of Baucau and Suai, and their specific activities will include:

·         Legal consultation

·         Referral services to the justice sector and other social services for vulnerable persons

·         Mediation

·         Legal information

·         Paralegal programme and development of a network to assist vulnerable persons.

 

The Justice System Programme of UNDP Timor-Leste hereby invites interested registered Local and Non-Governmental Organizations and National Institutions (CBOs, CSOs) to submit their Expression of Interest for the implementation of AJCs within a state-civil society partnership. Since this project aims to strengthen the mandate of the Public Defenders’ Office, potential conflict of interest will be a factor taken into account in the selection process. The AJCs will likely be located in the same premises as the Public Defenders’ Office. Ability to offer legal advice in civil cases as well as mediation skills in land dispute cases are highly desirable.

 

This call for Expression of Interest will lead to a pre-qualification of suitable grant recipients that will be invited to submit proposals to partner with the AJC project in implementing activities in the above-mentioned pilot judicial districts.

 

The implementation period for the grants is between 9 to 12 months and must be completed by August 2017. The grant is for a maximum amount of $115,000. Applications may be submitted individually or jointly by an association of up to two NGOs/CBOs/CSOs to implement the proposed activities. 

 
The deadline for submission of Expressions of Interest is 17:30 hrs on Wednesday 10 August 2016


 
Kindly refer to attachment for the application details. These can also be found at the link below or download it from the attachment:

Plan International in Timor-Leste – Receptionist / Administrations Assistant – CD 01 de Agosto de 2016

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Plan International in Timor-Leste

 

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Vacancy Announcement

Receptionist / Administrations Assistant

(3 Months Maternity Leave Coverage)

 

Plan International in Timor-Leste is looking for a Receptionist / Administrations Assistant. The Receptionist / Administrations Assistant will be the first of contact for Plan International in Timor-Leste and provide administrative support for all program activity and Operational Team.

This position will be for 3 months Maternity Leave Coverage

Responsibilities 

·         Provide  admin support for variety activities and events such as meeting, conferences, workshop

·         Supervise Office assistant

·         Record incoming and outgoing mails

·         Receiving phone calls

·         Receive Visitors and direct them to the appropriate Project or Unit

·         Receive phone calls contact and leave messages for other staff  and ensure all messages received are documented and information given immediately to the relevant person

·         Do the photocopying for all project and units as requested.

·         Conference room booking for meeting

 

The successful candidates will have:

  • At least three years’ experience in administration in a local or international NGO.
  • Undertaken study in basic management or logistics.
  • Experience in working with child-focused development organizations will be an advantage.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel

 

FOR ALL PLAN POSITIONS AND CONSULTANCIES…

  • Plan does not tolerate child abuse. All Plan staff and consultants are selected and employed in line with the conditions of Plan’s Child Protection Policy. These include appropriate reference and background checks.
  • Applications will not be acknowledged. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. No correspondence or telephone calls will be entered into.
  • Short listed candidates will be required to attend panel interviews and other selection procedures. These may include tests on English, mathematics and observation of organizing activities with children.

 

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS:  Monday 1th August 2016                                                                                                                                                                        

TO APPLY…. Send

·         resume/CV

·         cover letter explaining why you are applying

·         names and contact details of three referees

To info.timorleste@plan-international.org or by hand to Plan, Rua Nu’u Laran No.20, Bairo dos Grilos (near Xanana Sports Centre, opposite CNRT office), Dili, Timor-Leste.

Any questions can be directed to the above email address or phone (+670) 331 2492.

OXFAM – Duas Pocicoes – CD 29 de Julho de 2016

OXFAM

OXFAM

JOB OPPORTUNITIES WITH OXFAM

Oxfam’s global vision is for a just world without poverty:

A world in which people can influence decisions that affect their lives, enjoy their rights, and assume their responsibilities as full citizens of a world in which all citizens are valued and treated equally.

Our vision for Timor-Leste is for Timor-Leste to be a country enjoying prosperity and equality,

Where all citizens; women and men, actively shape the development process

and enjoy the well-being that flows from this process, even in times of crisis.

Oxfam Timor Leste program is seeking national staff for 2 (two) Position:

1.    Deputy program manager-Agribusiness Lead

2.     Agriculture Officer

Oxfam offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits, which include health care and pension contribution, paid annual leave, study cost reimbursement and more.

 

Oxfam is an equal opportunity employer and women are encouraged to apply.

 

Fluency in Tetun or Bahasa Indonesia and written and spoken competency in English is a requirement for all three positions.

Position

Scope  Position

Key Selection Criteria

1.     Deputy program manager-Agribusiness lead

 

The Deputy Program Manager (DPM) – Agribusiness Lead will lead the achievement of the project’s agricultural production, agro-industry and marketing outputs, principally through leading the project’s capacity building strategy with local partners, staff and beneficiaries in these areas, overseeing efforts that lead to increased and improved linkages between small farmers, civil society organisations, government and the private sector. The DPM – Agribusiness Lead will support the Haforsa Project Manager in his coordination and representation role, particularly concerning relations with the private sector and government extension personnel.

 

·         At least 5-7 years experience in implementing or supporting partner to implement marketing and agricultural productivity improvement programs;

·         Experience in small to medium scale agro-enterprise management

·         Experience and knowledge of supporting women and men farmers to increase production and in post harvest improvements for the following crops would be advantageous: candlenut, mungbeans, red beans, onions, peanuts.

·         Knowledge of program planning including gender awareness and analysis;

·         Experience supporting and monitoring partners;

·         Experience in working in teams and in the effective delivery of project activities;

·         Desirable: Master’s degree in agricultural economics, marketing or business administration, or related field

 

 

2.    Agriculture Officer

 

The Agriculture Officer will support the achievement of the program’s agricultural production, agro-industry and marketing outputs, principally through leading the project’s capacity building strategy with partner staff and beneficiaries agricultural productivity; overseeing efforts that lead to increased quantity and quality of agricultural production, at realistic scale for program beneficiaries.

·          At least 3 years experience in implementing or supporting partner to implement agricultural productivity improvement programs;

·         Experience and knowledge of supporting farmers to increase production and in post harvest improvements for the following crops would be advantageous: vegetables, candlenut, mungbeans, red beans, onions, peanuts.

·         Knowledge of program planning including gender awareness;

·         Experience supporting and monitoring partners;

·         Bachelor degree in agriculture, or related field

 

 

To Apply:

Applicants can request a detailed position description from Sra. Benigna Martins, Human Resources Manager, by e-mailing her benignam@oxfam.org.au, calling 670-331-2605 or obtaining the position description from the Oxfam office at Rua Jacinto Candido, Bidau Akadiru-Hun, Dili, Timor-Leste.

You must submit a covering letter that responds to the Selection Criteria listed above for the position in this advertisement and a current Resume.  Applications could be written in tetun.

If you wish to apply for more than one position please send an application for each position you wish to apply for.

Please note that only applications submitted with a covering letter addressing the Selection Criteria with a resume and received by 29 July 2016, 5pm willbe accepted.  They can be sent to the above e-mail address,

Only Short Listed Applicants will be contacted

Woman are encourage to apply

 

Counterpart International – Accountant (national position) – CD 22 de Julho de 2016

Counterpart International

Counterpart International

BA DISTRITO PROJECT

POSITION DESCRIPTION

TITLE:  Accountant (national position)

LOCATION:  Dili

REPORTS TO: Finance & Operations Manager

DATE DUE:  July 22, 2016 but will close earlier if a suitable candidate is identified

START DATE:  As soon as possible.  12 month contract, renewable dependent on funding

 

SUMMARY:

Counterpart International is implementing the four-year United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Ba Distrito project through to September 2017. The goal of the project is to improve local government’s ability to address community needs and increase its capacity to deliver services more effectively, efficiently and sustainably.  The Ba Distrito project is partnering with the Government of Timor-Leste in support of its efforts to improve services at the local level by strengthening the ability of institutions such as suco councils and justice sector agencies to engage with and represent the interests of citizens at the grassroots level. The goals of the Ba Distrito program are to 1) build the capacity of suco councils to strengthen citizen participation and representation in local governance; 2) improve communication and linkages between suco councils, administrative posts and municipal administrations; local GOTL line ministries and other providers of basic public services at the sub-national level; 3) improve the delivery of justice sector services by strengthening legal aid services and improving district court functionality; and 4) promote inclusive and fair suco elections.

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UN Women in Timor-Leste – International Consultant – CD 21 de Julho de 2016

UN Women

UN Women

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UN Women in Timor-Leste

 

TERMS OF REFERENCE

International Consultant

to edit and finalize Gender Analysis of the Labour Force Survey

 

Duty Station:

Home-based
Application Deadline: 21 July 2016
Type of Contract: Special Service Agreement (SSA)
Languages Required:                                                     English/ Tetum
Starting Date :
(date when the selected candidate is expected to start)

 

1 August 2016
Expected Duration of Assignment:

 

 

From 1 August to 30 October 2016
  1. Background

UN Women, grounded in the vision of equality enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations, works for the elimination of discrimination against women and girls; the empowerment of women; and the achievement of equality between women and men as partners and beneficiaries of development, human rights, humanitarian action and peace and security.

Gender mainstreaming is one of UN Women’s primary areas of work in Timor-Leste as mandated in its inception, recognizing gender-responsive planning and budgeting as integral to good governance. To promote gender-responsive planning and budgeting, UN Women works throughout the annual planning cycle at national and decentralized levels with the women’s machinery as well as key line ministries, parliamentarians, civil society organizations, academia and other institutions. As part of this work UN Women also supports the Government in capacity building of State institutions in collection, analysis and application of sex-disaggregated data for policy making and planning.

The International Labour Organization (ILO) is the United Nations agency devoted to advancing opportunities for women and men to obtain decent and productive work in conditions of freedom, equity, security and human dignity.

Timor-Leste and ILO have collaborated very closely since the country became a member of the ILO in 2003. Through the Decent Work Country Programme (DWCP) the ILO assists Timor-Leste to move forward with decent work objectives. The DWCP reflects the priorities of the ILO tripartite constituents (government, employers and workers’ organisations) and is structured around three major objectives: enhancing youth employment, integrating employment into rural economic development and creating labour market governance.

With the official release of the Labour Force Survey (LFS) in 2015, UN Women in collaboration with the International Labour Organization (ILO) has conducting a gender analysis of the LFS with engagement of key Government stakeholders.

In order to publish the report, UN Women is looking to hire an international consultant to support on further  the report and labour market, including various dimensions of labour force participation, employment, underemployment, vulnerable and informal employment, wages and gender segregation in occupations across multiple industries and others. In this regard UN Women and ILO seek to hire an international consultant.

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Counterpart International – BA DISTRITO DECENTRALIZATION ADVOCACY GRANTS (RFP) – CD 24 de Julho de 2016

Counterpart International

Counterpart International

Counterpart International 

BA DISTRITO DECENTRALIZATION ADVOCACY GRANTS

REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS

 

Applications due Sunday, July 24, 2016

Briefing at Ba Distrito office on Tuesday, July 19, 2:00pm

 

(Tetun iha kraik)

The USAID-funded Ba Distrito project will competitively award a decentralization advocacy grant to a non-governmental organization (NGO) to undertake advocacy and education campaign activities in Baucau, Covalima Ermera, and Liquiça.  The activities to be implemented by the successful applicant organization must create opportunities for citizens:

  1. To better understand new laws and policies being applied, related to decentralization; and
  2. To share their feedback with the policy makers at the municipal and national level, as well as implementers in their respective municipalities.

Outreach activities in each municipality should target the municipal, post administration and suco level.  Outreach must be done on a minimum of 3 decentralization laws or policies affecting each target municipality.  The laws prioritized for outreach and consultation will be decided in consultation with Counterpart International.  Examples of these laws could include the draft Suco Law; Decree Law No. 3/2016 establishing the municipal administration, municipal authorities and the technical working group for administrative decentralization; the draft Local Power and Administrative Decentralization Law, and the draft Municipal Electoral Law, if they are passed.

The grant is for a period of approximately 10 months and the anticipated amount of the total grant may be up to $35,000. Applications must be received by Ba Distrito by Sunday July 24, 2016.

Interested organizations are invited to attend a briefing about the grant, which will take place at the Ba Distrito office at Rua Humberto da Cruz, Akadiru-hun, on Tuesday, July 19 at 2:00pm. For further information, please click here to access the application package online, or email Ms. Jacinta Mendonça, Ba Distrito Grants Manager, at jmendonca@counterpart.org.

Thank you!

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BA DISTRITO FUNDUS BA ADVOKASIA DESENTRALIZASAUN

PEDIDU BA APLIKASAUN

 

Prazu ba aplikasaun Domingu, 24 Jullu, 2016

Sesaun informasaun sei hala’o iha loron Tersa tuku 2:00 lokraik iha edifisu Ba Distrito

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