Job: Programme Manager/ Sector Leader Off-grid Energy

Organization: SNV Netherlands Development Organisation
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 31 Jan 2018

Company Description

SNV is a not-for-profit international development organization founded in the Netherlands nearly 50 years ago. SNV has built a long-term, local presence in 38 of the poorest countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America. SNV works with local based development partners, other civil society organizations, government institutions and businesses to develop the capacities of local communities. Through its works, SNV links local communities to basic service providers to increase their income and to empower local communities to fight against poverty and take ownership of their own development.

Job Description
Energy sector summary

SNV Tanzania’s current Energy Programme focuses largely on Solar, Improved Cookstoves and Biogas in rural areas using market-based solutions and Results Based Finance to ensure sustainable change. This new programme - Renewable Energy Service & Products as an Opportunity in National and Displaced (RESPOND) Markets - will move the Solar RBF and ICS products into a new operational market that includes large displaced populations as well as host populations. The current Energy sector portfolio in Tanzania is one of SNV’s largest and we are looking to expand over the next five years including a move into Urban Energy solutions.

Programme Summary

As a result of civil unrest in Burundi, since mid-April 2015 an estimated 250,000 refugees have arrived in Tanzania - in addition to 65,000 long-term hosted asylum seekers. An estimated 2.1 million persons reside in Kigoma Region of whom more than 850,000 Tanzanian nationals reside in local districts hosting the refugee camps. The significant increase in refugee population, over a relatively short space of time, into a comparatively limited space has created intense environmental impacts driven largely by energy consumption needs. An estimated one million or more trees have been cut for fuel and shelters in Kigoma as a result of the recent refugee influx.

The project’s main objective is to improve the use of sustainable energy by refugees and surrounding communities in the Kigoma region in Northwest Tanzania. This will further contribute to the prevention or reduction of resource conflicts between the local population of Kasulu and Kibondo districts and refugees in the Nyarugusu and Nduta camps. Improving access to quality cooking and solar energy options to these communities reduces the extremely high pressure on the limited firewood resources and contributes to improving the living conditions these persons. Measures of the project will be implemented in the following three Activity Areas of:

1. Distribution and Promotion of Improved Stoves & Cooking Practices

Technical assistance in design, production and distribution of local improved cookstoves towards integration of biomass fuels and alternatives (briquettes, LPG)

2. Access to High-Quality Solar Energy Products & Services

Stimulation of private sector investment to sustained market presence in Kigoma for IFC-Lighting Africa certified solar products and services

3. Alternative Reforestation Practices Alleviating Reliance on Traditional Biomass

Revitalization and introduction to local forestry measures in localized fuelwood production practices including agro-forestry wood lots linked to community reforestation financing

The programme will adapt and extend SNV & EnDev Tanzania approaches and expertise in cooking energy, solar technologies and forestry to engender Renewable Energy Service & Products as an Opportunity in National and Displaced (RESPOND) Markets of Kigoma Region. A humanitarian market-based approach will be employed to improve overall livelihood, enterprise development and employment potentials responsive to the unique needs of each community while working closely together with international and local companies.

Overview of the Position

You will lead and manage the RESPOND programme within scope, budget, timeline and acceptable quality levels in line with the commitments specified in the contract signed with the donor.

The PM will also be the Sector Leader and guide the overall quality of the SNV Tanzania Energy sector. In this role, you will support resource mobilisation, steer the quality of technical advisory services, and oversee the SNV Energy programmes in Tanzania. You will enhance the quality and visibility of our Energy programmes and position SNV within the national Energy sector. The PM/SL reports directly to the Country Director and collaborates closely with the Energy global sector team.

Key Responsibilities

Programme Management

  • Ensure implementation of the project work plan, as per the SNV project management procedures, accounting principles and donor requirements.
  • Contract Management & Project Accounting - Manage and account for administrative, finance and procurement components.
  • Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting - Formulate and implement M&E plan; ensure data collection, risk monitoring and reporting.
  • Knowledge, documentation and communication - Ensure full synthesis, analysis and documentation and sharing of project insights and results, signal potential for positioning, innovation, upscaling and potential follow up projects.
  • Network and Relationship building - Build and maintain effective relationships, with the government and local authorities, other programme countries, external partners and the donor.

Sector Leadership

  • Strategic Leadership: develop country-level Energy strategy aligned to corporate Energy frameworks;
  • Business Development: develop proposals and secure funding for innovative Energy programmes;
  • People Management: lead, manage, and coach the team of SNV advisors, local service providers and consultants;
  • Representation & Promotion: develop and maintain relationships with stakeholders to improve SNV’s market position and actively participate in external and internal networks;
  • Contribute to SNV Tanzania Management as a member of the Country Management Team.


  • Relevant advanced academic qualification in Energy or related field;
  • 7+ years of relevant experience in Energy service delivery including at least 5 years in a project management role, preferably in Energy in Africa;
  • Proven track record in project management, specifically in project planning, monitoring, evaluation, reporting and financial management for large-scale comprehensive projects;
  • International work experience and the ability to effectively coach and lead a team of advisors in a multi-cultural setting;
  • Strong background in resource mobilisation; demonstrated programme design, proposal writing, business development, and international donor relationship management;
  • Strong relationship management skills;
  • Proficiency in English required, Kiswahili speaker preferred;
  • The successful candidate will be a self-motivated achiever with excellent intercultural leadership, teamwork, coaching, communication, networking and organisational skills.
  • Additional Information
  • SNV offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package. We offer a challenging work environment, opportunities to lead and innovate, and a commitment to growing your skills in a fulfilling and diverse working environment. Our staff benefit from, and contribute to, an internal global network of Energy experts.

If you believe that your credentials meet the outlined profile, we invite you to apply by uploading your CV and letter of motivation before January 31st 2018.

For more information, please visit our website:

Please apply online at:

Job: Africa Communication Manager

Organization: Frankfurt Zoological Society

Country: United Republic of Tanzania

Closing date: 31 Jan 2018

The Frankfurt Zoological Society (FZS) is an international conservation NGO based in Germany. FZS is active in biodiversity-rich areas on four continents. The Africa Programme includes projects in five focal countries: Ethiopia, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe and the DR Congo. It is coordinated from the Africa Regional Office (ARO) based in Arusha, Tanzania.

FZS seeks to improve and strenghten its communication and strategic output by filling the vacancy

Africa Communication Manager

The position holder supports implementation of the FZS Africa Programme and its strategy through effective internal and external communications, public relations and branding. The post is based in Aursha, Tanzania and collaborates closely with Project Managers, the HQ Communications Department in Frankfurt and other members of the Africa Programme team.


  • Developing and managing communications strategies for the Africa programme and for individual projects
  • Promoting FZS and FZS projects through production of press releases, information materials and reports
  • Supporting FZS team members to help them articulate project vision, goals, and capabilities to a wider audience
  • Drafting of communications plans, budgets, timelines, and supporting materials in collaboration with Africa Director and Project Managers
  • Ensuring FZS communications standards according to FZS Corporate Design and CI are being maintained
  • Responsible for all Africa related content on FZS websites and social media
  • Supporting management to anticipate potential and/or emerging communication challenges
  • Acting as a liaison for external communications including responding to local and international media requests, organizing logistics for and hosting media and journalists at project sites, and supporting permitting of photography/filming for FZS purposes
  • Supporting the development of fundraising proposals, reports, presentations and 3rd party funding proposals.


  • Minimum of 5 years of communications work with increasing responsibility in the conservation sectors
  • Very good communication skills, also technically. Excellent knowledge and use of the various communications tools and platforms of a digital world and social media.
  • Experience in developing and delivering successful communications strategies
  • Proven ability to set short- and long-term goals in line with programme priorities
  • Skilled at building consensus and incorporating team input into strategies and communication materials
  • Experience in developing a diverse portfolio of materials and content, including press releases, websites, social media, articles, posters, brochures, etc.
  • A track record of achieving public relations objectives, Africa experience highly desired
  • Profound knowledge of photography, video production, websites and working with CMS
  • Articulate and confident oral communication and excellent writing skills in English (additional language skills such as Kiswahili, German or French are an advantage)
  • Understands the trends and sensitivities of the conservation sector in Africa

Personal Qualities

  • A commitment to conservation, and to the mission and vision of FZS
  • Ability to be flexible, creative, and assume high accountability for all areas of responsibility. Must demonstrate strong collaborative spirit and leadership ability as well as intercultural competence
  • Contributes to a dynamic and positive organizational culture, and acts as a positive role model for others in the organization


An attractive package based on our employment schemes and potentially a long-term position in an internationally recognized conservation organization. The employment contract is initially limited to 2 years with the prospect of extension. Probation period is 6 months.

How to apply:

Please send your application including a cover letter and a chronological CV in PDF format (one document) to [email protected] The cover letter will be used to judge the quality of your application.

Application deadline is January 31st, 2018.

Please address to:

Frankfurt Zoological Society
Human Resources
Bernhard-Grzimek-Allee 1
60316 Frankfurt, Germany

Job: Associate Program Manager, East Africa (Temporary)

Organization: Population Services International
Country: United States of America
Closing date: 21 Jan 2018

Associate Program Manager (Temporary)

East Africa

Based in Washington DC

Up to 20**%** international travel

Reports to the Senior Program Manager

Who we are

We're Population Services International (PSI), the world's leading non-profit social marketing organization. We work to make it easier for people in the developing world to lead healthier lives and plan the families they desire by marketing affordable products and services that range from mosquito nets to contraceptives to HIV testing.

There are over 9,000 “PSI'ers” around the world. It's a diverse group of entrepreneurs and professionals with an unusually wide range of backgrounds - from the medical industry to the music business - all with unique skills we bring to the job.

Join us!

Though contested by other departments, the EA team is clearly the best at PSI. EA is known as the innovation lab, a place where exciting new ideas in global health are tested. Currently, we have programs operating in Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Somaliland, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda.

We are looking for an Associate Program Manager (APM) to help us provide interim support to PSI's programs in Ethiopia and Tanzania. We are looking for someone passionate about contributing to the health of those we serve, excellent writing skills and the ability to link programs with finances. This temporary position is based in Washington, D.C.

With generous support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Children's Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF), PSI is implementing Adolescents 360, an innovative investment with a consortium of partners including the Society for Family Health/Nigeria (SFH/Nigeria), the Center on the Developing Adolescent from the University of California, Berkeley, and The project is working with adolescents, young people, parents, community members, providers, and policy makers in Ethiopia, Nigeria, and Tanzania to design scalable, cost-effective models aimed at increasing voluntary, modern contraceptive use among adolescent girls aged 15-19.

The Associate Program Manager, East Africa position will provide interim programmatic, administrative, logistical, financial, and report writing support to Adolesents 360 in Ethiopia and Tanzania, as well as programmatic, administrative, logistical, and financial support to the other diverse portfolio needs in Ethiopia. This position will report to the Program Manager, East Africa with a dotted line to the Program Manager, Adolescence 360.

Sound like you? Read on.

Your contribution

You will:
  • Serve as a champion for the field
  • Serve as the primary point of contact in DC for the Adolesents 360 project in Tanzania & Ethiopia, as well as the entire portfolio in Ethiopia, by providing in-depth report reviews, regular country check-in calls, tracking of technical assistance needs, etc;
  • Serve as a liaison between country network members, leadership, donors, and executive, technical and functional departments;
  • Manage communications with overseas staff and act as the liaison between overseas staff and PSI/Washington regional, technical and functional departments as pertains to the programmatic management of the project (e.g. procurement, contracts, technical services);
  • Advise and support network members on technical, capacity building, development, financial, compliance, procurement, administrative, and strategic issues;
  • Conduct short term technical assistance to network members on an as needed basis.
Help country network members achieve programmatic success and operational integrity
  • Monitor contract compliance across a diverse set of donor agreements, including subawards;
  • Create and maintain internal process for tracking programmatic deliverables, including reporting to donor on programmatic progress to donor on programmatic progress;
  • Draft and review donor financial and narrative reports, work plans, and other donor deliverables as needed;
  • Support with donor relations, as needed, including communications and meeting attendance;
  • Assist in assuring program quality through the review of: quarterly performance assessments, donor deliverables, quality standards and research implementation;
  • Manage sub-recipients, including, but not limited to, sub-agreement preparation, invoice review, and monitoring contract compliance;
  • Coordinate workshops, conferences and meetings as pertains to project implementation;
  • Be responsible for ensuring assigned countries complete monthly project financial reviews; Financial monitoring of programmatic expenditures, program income, Enterprise Funds, Annual Operating budgets; using Activity Status Reports
  • Provide financial management support including preparing, reviewing, updating and realigning donor budgets;
  • Manage cost proposal development for new business initiatives and contribute to strategy sessions;
  • Support and coordinate donor reporting process, ensuring quality submissions and document retention;
  • Fulfill other programmatic and administrative functions as required
What are we looking for?

The basics
  • You have at least 3+ years of relevant work experience, including experience in program management and measurement of impact.
  • You have advanced skills in word processing, excel spreadsheet software and basic data analysis.
  • You are passionate about working on international health and private sector issues and are willing to work hard to make a difference in the lives of those we serve.
  • Developing country work experience required. Two years of prior work experience in a developing country preferred.
  • Significant fundraising and budget development experience.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced team environment, and strong analytical/problem solving capabilities.
  • Ability to work on a variety of tasks and provide support wherever it is needed; no task is below you, but you're also willing and excited to stretch your skill set when needed
  • Knowledge of USAID, DFID, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Children's Investment Fund Foundation and the international donor community preferred.
  • You can impress us with your attention to detail and timeliness.
  • You don't wait to be told what to do. You see a need and you meet it; you're bold.
  • References will be required.
  • Must be authorized to work in the United States. B. PSI will not consider work visa sponsorship for this position.
What would get us excited?
  • Excellent Interpersonal and Communication Skills. You are able to work with many people across diverse backgrounds and are an excellent writer.
  • Familiarity with international health issues. You have experience in and passion for adolescent sexual and reproductive health and rights.
  • Mind for Process Improvement. You bring awareness and commitment to doing work effectively and efficiently. We want people who will see a way to streamline or improve a process and who won't hesitate to share their ideas in making it happen.
  • Champion of Fun. You support the idea that the team that works hard should play hard. We like people with a team attitude who smile and encourage others through both easy and tough tasks.
  • Exempt
  • Level 4
  • Position is contingent on funding
  • Start date: March 1, 2018 – June 1, 2018
PSI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from qualified individuals regardless of actual or perceived race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, personal appearance, matriculation, political affiliation, family status or responsibilities, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, childbirth, related medical conditions or breastfeeding, genetic information, amnesty, veteran, special disabled veteran or uniform service member status or employment status.

How to apply: Apply Here

Job: Chief of Party II --Nutrition Technical Assistance Program

Organization: Catholic Relief Services
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 02 Feb 2018
Key Responsibilities:

I. Strategic Leadership

· Ensure programs' strategic objectives and results are fully accomplished and meet expected technical quality standards, engaging key line ministries meaningfully to achieve results.

· Oversee regularly technical reviews, inclusive local partners, government and other actors, as relevant to ensure best practices are followed and manage changes in project strategies.

· In collaboration with technical staff, provide guidance and technical oversight to consortium members to ensure that lessons of sound practice are documented and disseminated.

· Oversee program's monitoring and evaluation, accountability and learning system, supporting use of data as the basis for measuring performance and adapting project interventions.

· Cultivate and define relationships with government, public and private actors to maximize donor investment and project outcomes, while leveraging these partnerships for sustainable outcomes.

· Ensure delivery of quality training, technical assistance and administrative and financial support to all partner agencies and government, including the selection and coordination of sub-grantees and consultants.

II. Management and Administration

· Manage program budget, including tracking of financial and material resources, ensuring collaboration between financial and technical staff.

· Ensure accurate and timely reporting of project finances against progress and/or outcomes, review actual financial performance against the budget, and account for variances in expenditure.

· Approve program expenditures, budget adjustments, and cost modification requests to donors and from implementing and technical assistance partners.

· Ensure staff understanding of, and compliance with, all CRS administrative and operational procedures and policies, as well as applicable donor regulations.

· Collaborate with CRS compliance and finance staff and project management team to plan, organize, oversee and monitor financial and compliance checks for CRS and partners, including internal and external audits, and identify plans to address any weaknesses identified.

III. Representation and Advocacy

· Provide overall leadership and oversight to the consortium, ensuring that sub-recipients adhere to their assigned scopes of work and sub-award terms, and ensuring all members of the consortium work cooperatively and productively to achieve project objectives.

· Act as primary program contact to USAID Tanzania, taking responsibility for addressing all matters related to award administration, including technical strategies and resource management.

· Strengthen linkages with existing and potential partner agencies, with specific emphasis on government, donor and private sector.

· Manage relationships with key stakeholders at national, provincial and district levels.

· Oversee program communication strategies, including compliance with donor's branding and marketing requirements and CRS marketing and communication procedures.

IV. Performance Management

· Lead, manage and supervise team of CRS and consortium partner staff to deliver high-quality services and achieve project objectives.

· Conduct periodic reviews of staff performance in keeping with CRS' performance management system and mentor staff to ensure high levels of motivation, commitment, capacity, and teamwork.

· Identify training needs for staff under his/her supervision and support capacity building through CRS trainings, non-CRS trainings, exchange visits/TDYs, and e-learning.

· Manage recruitment portfolio for the program, in collaboration with CRS country program management, to ensure optimum service delivery through recruitment of competent and qualified staff.

Supervisory Responsibilities: Deputy Chief of Party- Program Quality; Operations/Finance Manager; Nutrition/Child Health Expert; Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Expert; Smallholder/Livelihood Expert; Monitoring and Knowledge Management Expert

Agency-wide Competencies: These are rooted in the mission, values, and principles of CRS and used by each staff member to fulfill his or her responsibilities and to achieve the desired results.

· Serves with Integrity

· Models Stewardship

· Cultivates Constructive Relationships

· Promotes Learning

Personal Skills:

· Proven leadership skills and ability to build and motivate diverse and talented teams.

· Demonstrated personal accountability and drive to serve others.

· Strong organizational and planning skills, detail-oriented.

· Able to prioritize work, multi-task and meet deadlines.

· Able to analyze problems and design solutions at strategic and functional levels.

· Cultural sensitivity, patience and flexibility.

· Maturity and discretion.


· Minimum of a Master's Degree with a focus on Nutrition, Public Health, or other related field required.

· Minimum 10 years' of demonstrated experience in leading, managing and implementing large international development projects with similar depth and complexity to the RFP.

· Demonstrated experience working in partnership with host governments, international donors, and implementing partners

· Experience managing USG Cost-Plus-Fixed-Fee-Completion-Type contract; knowledge of relevant rules and regulations (FAR, AIDAR) preferred.

· Experience working in sub-Saharan Africa required, with experience working in Tanzania or East Africa preferred.

· Experience working with Nutrition, Agriculture, Water and Sanitation initiatives preferred

· Experience motivating diverse teams of local and international stakeholders to deliver results on time and on budget.

· Strong communication, analytical abilities to ensure quality control.

· Willingness to travel (25%).

Disclaimer: This job description is dependent on future funding. Duties and responsibilities are not an exhaustive list of the skill, effort, duties and responsibilities associated with the position.

CRS' talent acquisition procedures reflect our commitment to protecting children and vulnerable adults from abuse and exploitation.

Equal Opportunity Employer

How to apply:
Apply online-

Job: Country Director, Farmer-to-Farmer, Kenya and Tanzania

Organization: ACDI/VOCA

Country: Kenya

Closing date: 05 Feb 2018

For over 50 years and in 146 countries, ACDI/VOCA has empowered people in developing and transitional nations to succeed in the global economy. Based in Washington, D.C., ACDI/VOCA is a nonprofit international development organization that delivers technical and management assistance in agribusiness, financial services, enterprise development, community development and food security in order to promote broad-based economic growth and vibrant civil society

Country Director, Farmer-to-Farmer, Kenya and Tanzania

ACDI/VOCA is currently seeking two Country Directors to serve on the antipated Farmer-to-Farmer projects in Kenya and Tanzania. As part of the Farmer-to-Farmer (F2F) program ACDI/VOCA will provide short-term technical assistance through highly qualified volunteers to support international agricultural development activities with an emphasis on improving private agricultural operations. Activities may relate to all aspects of chosen sectors from production, processing, range management, marketing, credit and input supply, as well as improved agribusiness management, environmental conservation and improved policy and regulatory issues. Flexible volunteer assignments outside of the core sub-sectors can be utilized as targeted of opportunities to expand F2F outreach. The project's primary goal is to generate rapid, sustained and broad-based economic growth in the agricultural sector. A secondary goal is to increase the American public's understanding of international development issues and international understanding of the United States and U.S. development programs. The Country Director will plan, develop, and manage all aspects of the F2F core Country Program.


  • Responsible for overall administration and implementation of ACDI/VOCA F2F program.
  • Act as ACDI/VOCA's F2F representative to donors and in-country agencies.
  • Develop strategies and priorities in accordance with ACDI/VOCA and donor's strategic objectives.
  • Develop and maintain constructive contacts with USAID and other donors.
  • Reports to F2F headquarters project management staff on corporate and project matters.
  • Initiates contact with targeted host country organizations to assess need for short-term technical assistance through volunteer specialists.
  • Provides advice and guidance to requesting host country organizations to (1) define their immediate and longer-term needs for short-term, technical assistance from agricultural and environmental specialists, and (2) completes applications in detail and accurately defines and writes scopes of work for volunteer assignments.
  • Assesses viability of host organization requests made to ACDI/VOCA, considering priority of development needs, terms of reference and scopes of work for the proposed assignments, necessary background of potential volunteers, and willingness and ability of requesting organizations to provide necessary substantive staff and logistical support to the volunteer.
  • Secures commitment to in-kind and/or cash contributions on the part of requesting organizations.
  • Assesses results of work and recommendations of ACDI/VOCA volunteers through interviews with officials of organizations that requested ACDI/VOCA assistance.
  • Monitors project budget to ensure that expenditures are within approved budget parameters and assists F2F HQ management team in ensuring that all appropriate financial reporting requirements are met.
  • Establishes own travel schedule required to carry out duties.
  • Recruits, develops, and manages host country project staff in accordance with good management practices and in compliance with host country labor laws.
  • Contributes to the professional development and training of project staff.
  • Contributes to the project reporting, public affairs and coordination activities.
  • Recommends the appropriate contact to the donor/client for specific technical requests, questions and concerns.

  • Bachelor's degree (B.A.) from four-year college or university in agriculture, international development or another relevant field.
  • Minimum eight years of relevant experience in Kenya or Tanzania required.
  • Proven leadership and management skills, including strong communication, planning, negotiating, and interpersonal skills. Ability to represent ACDI/VOCA before large audiences, build effective management and program teams, and negotiate with other donors, contractors, and host country organizations.
  • Ability to understand macro development issues and develop strategized policy recommendations.
  • Ability to analyze mixed issues and develop project specific recommendations and ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
  • Working knowledge of PC based word processing and spreadsheets are required.
  • Fluency in English and host country language required.
  • Kenyan and Tanzanian nationals are strongly encouraged to apply.

Please apply online at No phone calls please. Only finalists contacted. Women and minorities encouraged to apply. EOE

How to apply:

African Real Estate Society (AfRES) Scholarship

We are very pleased to announce that our Scholarship Fund for the 2018 Postgraduate entry is £170,000.

Students must have an offer to study one of the Real Estate & Planning postgraduate programmes at the University of Reading before applying for a scholarship.

You may apply for more than one Scholarship. If you are offered more than one Scholarship you may accept only one but can select which one.

African Real Estate Society (AfRES) Scholarship

MSc Real Estate and MSc Real Estate Finance
Available to African applicants only. Awards will be made on the basis of a combination of academic excellence and financial need
One full fee waiver
End date information
Tuesday 1st May 2018 
How to apply
For further information please see the following document: African Real Estate Society Scholarship 
To apply please fill out the Scholarship Application Form and send it, along with your CV, to [email protected]

College of Science and Engineering Postgraduate Scholarship Scheme

A tuition fee discount of 22% - 28% if you achieve certain grades - is available to international students from eligible countries in Asia and Africa who apply for a postgraduate (Masters) degree within one of the departments in our College of Science and Engineering, starting at Leicester in September 2018.

There is no need to apply for this scholarship. Eligible students will be automatically considered. If successful, you will be notified when final results are available.

More info

King Baudouin African Development Prize 2018-2019

What is it about?

The King Baudouin African Development Prize (awarded every other year) aims to reward individuals or organisations who are making an outstanding contribution to development in Africa. The Prize pays particular attention to initiatives which stand out as the best in their fieldm significantly improve the quality of life of the populations they serve, and  empower local communities to take development into their own hands.

Who is it for?

The submission of a candidate’s file may only be undertaken by a nominator. The selection committee will not consider applications by individuals who are applying for the Prize themselves or for an organization within which they are active.

The Prize will be awarded to Africans or organisations which are founded and led by Africans.

Selection criteria

How to submit your application

How to submit an application form online? View video
If you are not very familiar with computers: 02-500 4 555 or [email protected]

Deadline: 1/03/2018