Refugee Council (NRC) has been present in Somalia since early 2004 and
has since expanded its Horn of Africa Programme to Kenya in 2006 and to
Ethiopia in 2011.
2004, the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) has demonstrated a regional
competence and expertise in working with displaced populations.
offers a comprehensive response for Refugees, returnees and IDPs of
high need, addressing their food security, livelihood, shelter,
education, ICLA, and water, hygiene and sanitation needs and also
responding to emergencies through NRC’s five core competences; Shelter,
Education, Food Security and Livelihoods, WASH and Information,
Counselling and Legal Assistance (ICLA).
The Youth Education and
livelihoods Project is a program of the Norwegian Refugee Council with
support from UNHCR, and other agencies and institutions in education.
main objective is to ensure that displaced youth are equipped with the
necessary skills and knowledge to enhance protection, improve their
Youth Education and livelihoods Project and become productive members of
Education and livelihoods Project is a one-year non-formal education
project for refugees and local host population in between 15 – 24 years
old, which combines literacy and Numeracy skills, life skills and skills
training cycles are for six (6) months and is full time, five days a
week. The learners are refugees/host community youth aged 14 to 24
Reporting to the Project Officer – Education
will ensure the skills development and literacy and numeracy activities
run smoothly through providing the required support to the skills
instructors and literacy and numeracy teachers on time.
To ensure proper and timely data collection and entry and compilation of reports
- Carry out community mobilization and awareness creation on the project activities and register youth for training/learning.
prepare comprehensive work plans that will enable the instructors and
teachers plan appropriately for the training activities.
- To ensure that training content is delivered using learner friendly methods as per the curriculum.
monitor in a participatory manner the implementation of the training
curricula and ensure all modules are completed within the training
- To ensure that training is thorough and trainees are able to apply the skills acquired.
- To cooperate and support the entire team of teachers in the project.
- To distribute training materials and other requirements on time and keep clear records on the same.
- To submit progress reports to the Project Officer monthly or otherwise as may be required.
- Promote close working relationship with other stakeholders.
awareness among refugees and the host community on the project
activities and forge cooperation with other community livelihood
at least four years of teaching experience in Primary School,
pre-primary or any other formal or non-formal learning institution.
- Experience in community development initiatives
- High level of personal integrity and sensitivity to adult psychology.
- High standard of English methodology including oral skills.
- Knowledge on use participatory and learner centred methods, children rights and the global education standards.
Education level: Academy college / University
- Experience from working in a humanitarian/recovery context
- Previous experience from working in complex and volatile contexts
- Documented results related to the position’s responsibilities
- Knowledge about own skills/profile
- Good knowledge of English
Travel: No travelling required
- Location: Kenya
- Industry: Emergency Relief
- Special field: Education / Training
- Role: Assistant
CLICK HERE to apply online
Deadline for application: 02/11/2016