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We are looking for an External Evaluator
We are currently recruiting for an external evaluator to undertake a mid-term evaluation of its innovative project “Promoting Inclusive Education for Disabled Children in Uganda Using a ‘Child-to-Child’ Approach”.
We are currently working with our local Ugandan partner Ugandan Society for Disabled Children (USDC) on a Comic Relief funded project to increase the inclusion of children with disabilities in primary schools in Uganda. Using an innovative Child-to-Child approach, the project works in 27 government primary schools across three districts in northern Uganda (Lira, Adjumani and Nebbi), engaging children, parents, schools and local governments to breakdown barriers to inclusive education. The mid-term evaluation for AbleChildAfrica’s project will assess our progress made in fulfilling the project’s outcomes as stipulated in the project’s logframe/MEL framework.
The successful consultant will have experience in using child-centred and child participatory MEL approaches and of evaluating complex bilateral or multilateral donor funded projects with results-based monitoring.
Work on the evaluation will commence in March 2019, with primary data collection taking place soon after. Analysis and report production will follow, with the final report expected in April.
See specific team requirements, information about the outputs required, the timeframe and budget and how to apply here.
We are currently recruiting for new members of our Board of Trustees.
We are looking for enthusiastic and self-motivated individuals with relevant expertise and experience to join our Board of Trustees to help drive quality and growth. We are particularly seeking individuals with expertise and experience in the areas of Human Resources, Legal, Safeguarding and Business Strategy.
In addition to the above skill sets we are actively seeking applications from the African diaspora community and those with lived experience of disability or parenting a disabled child.
We are currently recruiting a Fundraising & Communications Intern.
We are seeking a driven and passionate intern to support our communications and upcoming fundraising events and opportunities. This internship is a great opportunity to gain hands-on experience of AbleChildAfrica’s work and of its fundraising streams. It will be of particular interest to someone wanting to gain knowledge of and experience supporting fundraising in all streams.
UK Internship Opportunities
We currently have no internship opportunities.
UK Youth Council
We are currently recruiting for members of our Youth Council.
Please head to http://www.ablechildafrica.org/individual/youth-council/ to read the role description and apply!
UK Workplace Ambassador
We are looking for volunteers to help use professional networks in their workplace to increase support for AbleChildAfrica. Click here to find out more.
AbleChildAfrica is an equal opportunities employer and will not discriminate against any candidate on the basis of any characteristic protected by the Equality Act 2010. We particularly encourage applications from disabled people and people with direct experience of living or working with disabled children and all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria will be offered an interview.