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New Opportunities at DAI Global LLC, Call For – Annual Program Statement | Deadline: 28th February, 2020

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DAI Global LLC

Jobs in Tanzania 2019: New Job Opportunities at DAI Global LLC 2019


Title: Call For – Annual Program Statement
DAI/ Feed the Future Tanzania Advancing Youth 

Job Summary
All applicants are encouraged to propose a mix of approaches and/or activities that will achieve the results indicated under the projects objectives, outputs and technical scope.
  • Minimum Qualification: Unspecified
  • Experience Level: No Experience
  • Experience Length: No Experience/Less than 1 year
Job Description
Funding Opportunity Number: AY-APS-002
Issuance Date: November 11, 2019
Deadline for Questions: Ongoing basis
Deadline for Submission of Concept Papers: See the below- Submission Deadlines
Submit Concept Papers to:

To Interested Applicants:
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), through DAI is pleased to announce applications for funding to implement Feed the Future Tanzania Advancing Youth
project. Feed the Future Tanzania Advancing Youth (AY) aims to implement activities that will empower young people in Tanzania to enhance their employability, entrepreneurship, leadership,
community engagement and healthy life skills. Interventions for this project will be implemented in Iringa (Kilolo, Iringa DC, Mafinga and Mufindi), Mbeya (Kyela and Rungwe DC) and Zanzibar
(Unguja and Pemba).
This annual program statement (APS) outlines the priority areas for application, expected results, funding type, application process, procedures and format required for submitting concept notes and applications.  All applicants are encouraged to propose a mix of approaches and/or activities that will achieve the results indicated under the project’s objectives, outputs and technical scope.
Note that two types of grants will be awarded:
1. Small grants: An amount not exceeding $25,000 will be awarded to small, community or youth led entities that are still in their infancy.
2. Major Grants: An amount not exceeding $150,000 will be awarded to large organizations with previous experience in implementing projects in the related activity area and showing tangible results and impact. This category includes non-governmental organizations, faith-based organizations (FBOs), CBOs, academic institutions, private organizations, professional associations and consortium of the above.

The grants facility will enhance income-generating potential across agricultural and other rural value chains and facilitate access to information, skills, and opportunities to ensure their success
in business start-ups and sustained employment. Feed the Future Tanzania Advancing Youth is both market and demand driven; it connects youth with opportunities while providing them with
life skills, an entrepreneurial mindset, and basic job seeking capabilities and skills in areas demanded by private sector employers.

AY focuses on developing and delivering training and mentoring in the three ‘L’s – Life skills, Livelihoods, and Leadership – designed to offer youth choices and to facilitate their journey along a pathway to richer, fuller, healthier and productive lives. The approach capitalizes on youth’s passion, energy, and positive attitude. Furthermore, the program builds youths’ capacity to contribute effectively to the economic development of Tanzania by creating examples of lawful, responsible, and accountable leaders. The program is focused on increasing incomes and employability skills across agriculture value chains and includes the recently initiated industrialization program.

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AY intends to achieve success through three Intermediate Results (IRs):

  • IR1: Entrepreneurship and workforce-readiness skills of youth increased;
  • IR2: Leadership and positive community engagement by youth strengthened; and
  • IR3: Life skills for healthy living enhanced.

The program will engage a three-step process to select eligible grant applications to implement
activities that will empower young people in Tanzania to enhance their employability, engage in business, learn leadership skills, health life skills, and civic engagement.
Step 1; Concept Note: Interested organizations should submit concept papers, in English and with a five-page limit, summarizing proposed activities that will detail how a grant will contribute
to more employability skills, actual employability, better life skills and new or expanding business opportunities.

Concept paper submission deadlines
Round one – 13th December 2019
Round two – 28th February 2020

How to Apply?
Please manually apply for this job using the details below:
The full detailed Annual Program Statement (APS), including all terms and conditions for interested organizations can be obtained in the link at the end of this advert. The detailed APS also contains more information on eligibility, direction and guidance on what is expected in the concept note.

New Job Opportunity at SNV Tanzania, Senior Workstream Coordinator | Deadline: 20th November, 2019

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Jobs in Tanzania: New Job Vacancies at SNV Tanzania 2019

Job Title: Senior Workstream Coordinator
Location: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Contract Type: National employment contract
Company Description
SNV is looking for a Senior Workstream Coordinator, that is, a person who will manage the progressive, participatory identification and completion of tasks and deliverables required to support locally led development initiatives in collaboration with strategic and implementing partners. He/she will be responsible to manage one or more of the more complex workstreams and for effective partnership management.
This is an extremely exciting opportunity for a dynamic and ambitious individual to work at the cutting edge of smart and effective development programming, and to be directly engaged in real and meaningful change processes in Tanzania.
Job Description
Key Responsibilities
  • Build sustainable and effective relationships and engagement strategies with stakeholders and partners to develop and coordinate responses to identified problems in line with the workstream theory of change and workplan, and I4ID programme strategy
  • Invest in strong relationships with political and non-political stakeholders critical for the delivery of the workstream results.
  • Lead on policy entrepreneurialism and influencing within the assigned workstream/s and support other coordinators in learning and adapting.
  • Support implementing partners to design and manage activities on collective action assignments for a workstream, including developing TORs, identifying and mobilising assistance, monitoring and quality assuring work.
  • Work with the programme’s specialist technical advisers, to ensure that workstream strategy takes account of evidence, experience and good practice, particularly relating to gender and social inclusion
  • Support the Senior Management Team to ensure the development and delivery of workstream through annual strategic plans, operational work plans and budgets and other plans as required with oversight from the Deputy Team Leader.
  • Day-to-day management of the engagement and capacity building efforts with implementing and strategic partners. This may include e.g. linking key partners to and working with the I4ID Media Manager to strengthen use of various media and with I4ID MEL Manager to strengthen and research capacity
  • Monitor and report against workstream plans and the results framework, and ensure the completeness of collective action-related knowledge, information and documentation for the workstream
  • Provide research, analysis, information and lesson-learning on collective action work, in close collaboration with the Senior Coordinator and the research and learning manager.
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  • Five years or more of overall work experience in participatory development and collective action programming. A degree in relevant subject matter
  • Proven entrepreneurial, collaborative and participatory way of working, good facilitation, negotiation and brokering skills. Ability to consensus-build is essential.
  • Good analytical skills for interpreting complex workstreams and ability to adapt workstream activities based on the changing socio-economic and political context.
  • Proven partnership management skills, networking skills and ability to develop effective networks. Demonstrated ability to work with people in a persuasive, constructive manner.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with civil society organizations, local and central government executive, elected representatives, and private sector
  • Strong written and oral communication skills in Swahili and English
  • Good interpersonal and coaching skills.
  • Able to interact sensitively, effectively and professionally with people from diverse political, socio-economic and professional backgrounds
  • Knowledge of agricultural value chains and/or private sector development and/or social service delivery; knowledge of governance and urban issues an advantage
  • Knowledge of project management and at least basic knowledge of tools such as theory of change and M&E.

Additional Information
Interested candidates who meet the key qualifications are encouraged to send in their applications. Women are encouraged to apply. Please send your application letter and CV to before 20th November 2019.