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About East Africa Refugee & Host Community Program
The Program enables better economic integration and self-reliance of refugees and host communities and aims to support the delivery of goods and services in an integrated way to both groups. The Program targets three groups of business players: for-profit private companies including corporates, social enterprises, and local and refugee entrepreneurs. The Program’s overall objective is to strengthen and deepen local markets in refugee-hosting areas in Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda and Sudan by: 1) attracting corporates and social enterprises to start-up operations in these areas; 2) expanding operations of private and social enterprises already present on the ground; 3) growing the entrepreneurship potential of micro-entrepreneurs among refugees and host communities.
About Kakuma Kalobeyei Challenge Fund (KKCF)
Kakuma Kalobeyei Challenge Fund (KKCF) is a child project of the East Africa Refugee and Host Community Program. It is the largest Advisory project in the IFC Advisory portfolio. KKCF aims to attract private companies to the Kakuma Kalobeyei refugee-hosting area and support local entrepreneurs to create jobs and improve service provision. The project targets all private sector players, from small companies and medium-sized family businesses, to social enterprises and larger firms.
Assignment Objective and Scope of Work
The main objective of the assignment is to assist the KKCF Project Lead in operationalizing the M&E and E&S frameworks for KKCF. The selected ETC will be responsible for:
The consultant’s responsibilities might include other tasks related to the overall objective. The consultant is required to work independently, advise on the next steps, meet with and present to IFC and WB senior management, IOs and technical teams.
Deliverables / Specific Outputs Expected from Consultant
The Consultant is expected to deliver on activities specified in the Scope of Work including but not limited to the implementation of KKCF, drafting policy papers and reports, trips to Kakuma and other refugee areas in Eastern Africa; ppt presentations and concept notes.
Note: The selected candidate will be offered a one-year appointment, renewable for an additional one year, at the discretion of the World Bank Group, and subject to a lifetime maximum ET Appointment of two years. If an ET appointment ends before a full year, it is considered as a full year toward the lifetime maximum. Former and current ET staff who have completed all or any portion of their second-year ET appointment are not eligible for future ET appointments.
|Closing date:||July 22, 2021|