Action Africa Help International (AAH-I) is a member of the SPARK consortium funded by DFID. Other partners include Norwegian Refugee Council (lead agency), Danish Refugee Council, Handicap International and FilmAid Kenya.
AAH-I is the lead in food security/ livelihoods in the consortium, and supports integrated refugee and host community livelihood projects in Kakuma.
AAH-I plans to undertake initiatives that inform water access for agriculture in Kakuma and Kalobeyei through conducting a comprehensive survey to inform water for irrigated and rain-fed agriculture master plan for Kakuma, Kalobeyei and neighboring host community areas (within a radius of 45-50km with reference to Kakuma center).
AAH-I wishes to engage the services of a consultant to undertake the studies. AAH-I adopts a multi-stakeholders approach and the consultant shall be working closely with other consultants recruited by FAO planned pre-feasibility study.
The complete TOR is available here.
Purpose of the role: Action Africa Help International (AAH-I) is looking for three system developers who will be collaborating and learning with a seasoned team of fellow developers and ICT project managers with more than 20+ years of combined industry knowledge and implementing a distributed system in a highly rated organisation that positively impacts lives in tough living environments in Africa.
Duties & Responsibilities: To realise the organisation's intention of integrating access to all of its management, financial, monitoring & evaluation and reporting operations, we are looking to recruit an in-house team of two or three developers that will be responsible for:
The full consultancy details are available here.