Call for Facilitators For The Amplifying Voices Cohort Fellowship

“Amplifying Voices Cohort Fellowship”
The Inclusive Friends Association is looking for trainers to facilitate a 6 days capacity Strengthening training for 20 selected advocates of gender and disability-based violence in Delta and Oyo States.
The facilitators will develop training modules in Strategic Communications and Advocacy, Sexual and Gender-Based Violence, Social Entrepreneurship, Project management, and Community Organizing.
About the Project
The Amplifying Voices project aims to strengthen the capacity of young advocates/leaders with disabilities to spotlight and innovatively address incidences of gender-based violence against women and girls with disabilities (WGWDs) in Delta and Oyo States. This includes commissioning participants as advocates to combat gender and disability-based violence in their communities.
Duties and Responsibilities 
The successful consultant is expected to develop a training agenda and materials and to deliver a 6 days workshop in the project State.
Specifically, the facilitators shall:
  • Design and deliver a training agenda, facilitators notes, and a pre/post workshop evaluation;
  • Design training materials on a holistic community engagement to prevent and eliminate GDBV
  • Facilitate and deliver a 6-day intensive capacity strengthening training on 20 selected advocates
  • Develop a brief post-workshop report on training outcomes
 Expected Outputs/deliverables:
  • Training agenda, facilitators notes, and pre-and post-workshop evaluation developed;
  • Accessible training materials developed;
  • 6-day-training facilitated in Oyo and Delta;
  • Post-training report completed.
 The training should use active and adult learning methods to deliver training content, encourage sharing of practical experiences and views, and allow participants to apply the new knowledge and skills through diversified exercises.
 It is expected that after the training participants will have:
  • Strengthened capacity to use approaches/techniques and tools to engage their communities in the primary intervention of GDBV;
  • A shared understanding and skills to engage in prevention, response, and intervention on GDBV issues;
  • Developed concrete plans, including SMART goals and participatory M&E for the involvement of community members in the primary intervention of GDBV.
  • Comprehensiveness knowledge of prevention, response, and intervention of gender-based issues, particularly engaging persons with disabilities in interventions.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills;
  • Strong analytical, reporting, and writing abilities skills;
  • Openness to change and ability to receive/integrate feedback;
  • Ability to plan, organize, implement and report on work;
  • Outstanding communication, project management, and organizational skills;
  • Excellent presentation and facilitation skills.
  • Demonstrates integrity and ethical standards;
  • Positive, constructive attitude to work;
  • Displays diversity, equity, and inclusion sensitivity and adaptability.
 Required Skills and Experience
· A qualified practitioner with minimum 3 years of local/international working experience in formulating and implementing intervention programming on GBV/VAWG, particularly with knowledge and hands-on experience with working with persons with disabilities;
· Demonstrated capacity to be innovative and flexible.
· Fluency in the English language is required;
· Knowledge of the State’s local languages would be an asset.
Application Closing Date
16th November 2022. (Selection on a rolling basis)
How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:

Click here to apply online

Applicants are required to submit the following documents in a SINGLE pdf document:
  • Application letter
  • Updated CV
Send the document to Don’t forget to include “Amplifying Voices Facilitator ‘Oyo’ or ‘Delta’’ in the subject title.
IFA is committed to embedding equity, diversity, and inclusion into everything we do. We welcome applications from all sections of society and actively encourage diversity to drive innovation, creativity, success, and good practice.

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