Rainforest Alliance Calls For Job Applications
By utilizing social and market forces to protect the environment and enhance farmers’ and forest communities’ lives, the Rainforest Alliance is making the world more sustainable. We work with various allies to improve global supply networks and many of our most significant natural areas.
Our alliance includes farmers, foresters, industries, governments, civic society, and millions of people in 70 countries. We fight climate change, safeguard forests and biodiversity, and enhance rural livelihoods.
As an international NGO with over 30 years of sustainable transformation expertise, we know that ecosystem health affects rural communities’ social and economic well-being. This information has guided our rigorous land-use and commodity-production sustainability strategies.
We fight climate change, protect forests and biodiversity, promote human rights, and enhance livelihoods at the Rainforest Alliance. The scale of our social and environmental issues necessitates wide collaboration. We collaborate with farmers, forest communities, companies, and consumers to change global production, sourcing, and consumption.
We must manage land and produce food and other items more sustainably to protect nature and enhance lives. To do this, we must radically transform how businesses operate and source and our consumer choices.
Our developing worldwide alliance seeks to improve our interaction with natural resources and each other to benefit people and ecosystems.
This Rights-Based and Landscape project, Tackling Forced and Child Labour in Cocoa and Gold Landscapes (‘Ye Ne Mmofra No Nti’), addresses forced, child, and worst forms of child labor in both sectors to prevent migration. The Rainforest Alliance and its partners are implementing a three-year NORAD-funded project.
The project aims to 1) strengthen government institutions to identify, monitor, prevent, and address forced and child labor and human trafficking; 2) improve the capacity of cocoa and gold mining organizations and supply chain actors to implement Human Right Due Diligence and best practices; and 3) help community-based organizations and monitors advocate for and demand accountability from the government. While building socio-economic resilience, it strives to protect vulnerable people from forced and child labor.
A consultant is essential for project implementation in the last lap.
The consulting aims to recruit a dedicated person to provide the necessary services, aligning with the Rainforest Alliance and NORAD project goals.
Contractor services must include:
- Monitoring and reporting on project activities in Ashanti, Western, Eastern, and Western North Regions.
- Project-related ArcGIS data analysis for graphical presentation.
- Backup community monitors on the data gathering app when needed.
- Summarizes CBO monthly reports.
- Summarizes implementing partner quarterly reports.
- Create MEL strategy and tools to track progress and achievements.
- Help write project proposals.
- Thirty percent of the project’s community travel time
- Accepting senior project manager assignments to facilitate project implementation.
- Created MEL strategy and tools to track progress and achievements.
- Analyzed project ArcGIS data graphics
- Project communities in the Ashanti, Western, Eastern, and Western North Regions are monitored and reported on regularly.
- Backstopping evidence for community monitors on data gathering app
- A monthly summary of Community-Based Organizations.
- Combined implementing partner quarterly reports.
General Proposal Request Terms
- The Rainforest Alliance may reject proposals and additional material received after the submission deadline. At its discretion, RA may reject incomplete proposals.
- The Rainforest Alliance may seek more information during procurement.
RA might choose numerous or no options during the proposal process. RA can also cancel the purchase.
- The applicant must pay all proposal costs. RA will not reimburse.
- If the award involves illegal or corrupt practices, proposals or quotes will be rejected.
- The applicant must provide a signed copy of the “Certification and Representation to RA” attached to this RFP.
Essential Skills or Experience
The following qualifications will be used to evaluate consultants:
- Master’s degree in social, development, or legal sector, monitoring and evaluation, and at least 5 years of project management or advisory experience;
- Strong gender and human rights knowledge and field experience in the sectors.
- Experience creating effective, innovative field programs on child labor, children’s rights, forced labor, and other labor and human rights concerns;
- Experienced in negotiation, advocacy, and representation;
- Ability to travel 30% in Ghana and other countries during the agreement duration.
- Available for work start
- Ghanaian work eligibility.
How to Apply for this Rainforest Alliance Job
Please email Ghanaoffice@ra.org with suggestions and queries before December 11, 2023.
It should include:
- Ghanaian cedi financial proposal with rate history
- Previous engagements related to the above experience
- Provide a current CV and contact information for recent references (email and phone number).
- One week after the application closes, shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
We appreciate your interest in working with the Rainforest Alliance.
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