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Thursday, March 22, 2012

Pact Project Management Opportunities in Kenya

Pact is an International non-governmental organization, which enables systematic solutions that allows those who are poor and marginalized to earn a dignified living, be healthy and take part ¡n the benefits that nature provides. Pact accomplishes this by strengthening local capacity, forging effective governance systems and transforming markets into a force for development.

Our three core values are: Local Solutions — Our success comes from solutions created with the people we serve. Partnerships — Partnerships deepen our impact and promote empowerment.

Results — Our work must transform lives and make them measurably better. How that change occurs is as important as the change itself.

Pact envisions a world where those who are poor and marginalized exercise their voice, build their own solutions, and take ownership over their future.

Target of Opportunity Grants (TOO) Mid- term Evaluator:

KCSSP under the grant agreement with USAID, created a flexible grant mechanism available to peace and development actors, referred to as the Targets of Opportunity Fund (TOO).

TOO grants are designed in a flexible manner to enable CSOs respond to unforeseen or emerging situations of conflict and windows of opportunity in the reform environment effectively and in the shortest time possible with implementation of the activities expected to kick off within 48 hours of the grant’s approval.

In addition, the TOO fund supports interventions across the peacebuilding and conflict management and democracy and governance components of KCSSP.

While, the nature of support Is short-term, in cases where potential grantees do not possess the requisite technical capacity to manage the grants, Pact provides an in-kind grant. Requests are awarded according to the scale of the crisis and/or availability of resources.

The funding ceiling on awarded to a TOO grant is USD 20,000. In this regard, Pact is calling for Evaluation proposals from qualified individuals and consulting firms to conduct a mid-term evaluation and report on the TOO grants that were issued between January 2011 — March 2012.
Detailed TOR can be viewed/downloaded at

Kindly submit your full proposal (narrative & budget) to the Pact Kenya country office Human Resources via the following email address: by the 10th of April 2012 mid-night. Any proposals submitted after the stipulated deadline will not be considered.

Safe- Coast Project

Pact is undertaking peacebuilding work within the Coastal region of Kenya targeting 5 counties
(Taita/Taveta, Kwale, Kilifi, Mombasa and Lamu) through the SAFE-Coast project that aims at promoting peaceful and active citizen participation in civic and electoral process.

Pact is seeking competent individuals for the following positions to be based in Mombasa with frequent travel within the region:
  • Project officer/Monitoring, Evaluation, Reporting and Learning (MERL) officer
  • Project Driver
  • Logistics/Admin officer
Detailed job descriptions for the above positions can viewed at:

Applicants must submit:
  1. A cover letter of introduction explaining how they meet the above criteria;
  2. A detailed and current CV;
  3. Contact information for 3 referees; and
  4. Indicate current remuneration
package, to the Pact Kenya country office Human Resources via the following email address: by the 30th of March 2012 mid-night.

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