Project "Employment generation in Africa - Learning from good practices" Government Policies
The “Employment Generation in Africa -Learning from Good Practices” project headed by the Economic Policy Competence Center (EPCC) of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) Ghana office, in cooperation with FES Rwanda, aims at examining these policies, their implementation, and effects on the generation of decent employment in six African countries (Ghana, Ethiopia, Madagascar, Rwanda, South Africa and Benin).
The goal is to inspire dialogue among different progressive actors and economic policy formulation.
The main goal of the project is to comprehensively examine the current employment situation in selected countries in SSA, and assess specific government policies and initiatives (with a particular focus on the last 10 years)
How to apply
More information and the ToR can be found here: https://rwanda.fes.de/about-us/job-offers
Your final & detailed (financial) proposal should be sent by email only to info(at)fes-rwanda.org
by latest Sunday, May 16th 2021, 6:00 pm