Apply Now! – Capacity Development Workshop: Financial Management

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is funding a three-year Local Capacity for Local Solutions project geared at improving the managerial and operational capacity of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in the Eastern and Southern Caribbean (ESC). The project will utilize innovative methods that support organizations to be more efficient, effective and sustainable. RTI International is the prime implementer of the project and the Caribbean Policy Development Centre (CPDC) is a contracted partner. 

The project will build the hard and soft skills of NGOs working in the focal areas of environment, HIV/AIDS, youth/citizen security and LGBTI.

 Scholarship Offer: 
The Local Capacity for Local Solutions project is offering 25 scholarships to NGO leaders/managers to attend a Capacity Development Workshop: Financial Management; participants will be selected on a competitive basis. The participants must work in the focal areas identified (environment, HIV/AIDS, youth/citizen security, LGBTI) and be BASED IN 1) ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA; 2) BARBADOS; 3) DOMINICA; 4) GRENADA; 5) GUYANA; 6) ST.KITTS AND NEVIS 7) ST. LUCIA; 8) ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES; 9) SURINAME; OR 10) TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO.

Participants (selected organizational representatives) whose portfolio (main work activities) contains financial management will be prioritized.

The scholarship covers tuition, workshop materials, meals and (airfare, accommodation and incidentals for participants outside of the host country). Applicants must work in the focal sectors and countries described previously.

letter of endorsement from the supporting organization is required, which indicates the nature of the relationship between the applicant and the endorsing organization, the reason for endorsing the applicant and the expected benefits to the organization from the applicant’s participation. (Please note your application will not be reviewed without the letter of endorsement. Candidates are expected to be endorsed by the organization that they are employed or volunteer with.)

Capacity Development Workshop: Financial Management

Proposed Dates: 07th-09th May 2019

Proposed Location: Trinidad

APPLY HEREhttps://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HHZ2XZG

Deadline for Applications: Monday 11th February, 2019 by 11:59 pm (UTC/GMT -4).

Contact Information for Queries: cpdcsubmissions@gmail.com

VACANCY – Administrative Assistant (Temporary)

The Caribbean Policy Development Centre (CPDC) is a legally registered non-profit headquartered in Barbados and established in 1991. CPDC serves as a regional umbrella NGO for organisations comprising of small farmers, women, youth, Indigenous People, rural populations and faith-based organisations located across CARICOM. CPDC also has strong networking partnerships with organisations of persons with disabilities, artisans, micro-entrepreneurs, human rights, and workers. Altogether it serves some twenty-nine (29) regional, sub-regional and national (local) NGOs and individuals working at the grassroots level in economic, social, and cultural areas in the Caribbean.

The CPDC is currently recruiting a temporary Administrative Assistant to work in the office of the CPDC. The successful applicant MUST be based in Barbados.

GUIDELINES FOR APPLICATIONS

Interested persons are requested to submit the following:

  • A cover letter to the attention of the Officer in Charge, Caribbean Policy Development Centre; and
  • A detailed copy of your Curriculum Vitae (CV).

Submissions should be sent to the Caribbean Policy Development Centre via electronic mail –  cpdc@caribsurf.com with subject line: Application – Administrative Assistant  

Terms of Reference: https://docdro.id/os8y1Rq 

Deadline for Applications: Friday 01st February, 2019 by 11:59 p.m. (UTC/GMT -4).

 

CPDC will only respond to the successful applicant(s). Only persons meeting the criteria should apply.

Apply Now! – Capacity Development Workshop: Proposal Writing

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is funding a three-year Local Capacity for Local Solutions project geared at improving the managerial and operational capacity of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in the Eastern and Southern Caribbean (ESC). The project will utilize innovative methods that support organizations to be more efficient, effective and sustainable. RTI International is the prime implementer of the project and the Caribbean Policy Development Centre (CPDC) is a contracted partner. Countries that the project targets include: 1) Antigua and Barbuda; 2) Barbados; 3) Dominica; 4) Grenada; 5) Guyana; 6) St. Kitts and Nevis; 7) St. Lucia; 8) St. Vincent and the Grenadines; 9) Suriname; and 10) Trinidad and Tobago.

The project will build the hard and soft skills of NGOs working in the focal areas of environment, HIV/AIDS, youth/citizen security and LGBTI. The project will utilize innovative methods and approaches to deliver capacity training that supports organizations to expand their service delivery and improve their sustainability. 

Scholarship Offer: 
The Local Capacity for Local Solutions project is offering 18 scholarships to NGO leaders/managers to attend a Capacity Development Workshop: Proposal Writing. The participants must work in the focal areas identified (environment, HIV/AIDS, youth/citizen security, LGBTI) and be based in one of the following targeted countries (Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago).
 
Participants will be selected on a competitive basis. Participants (selected organisational representatives) whose portfolio (main work activities) contains proposal writing will be prioritized.

The scholarship covers tuition, workshop materials, meals and (airfare, accommodation and incidentals for participants outside of Trinidad). 

 
letter of endorsement from the supporting organisation is required, which indicates the nature of the relationship between the applicant and the endorsing organization, the reason for endorsing the applicant and the expected benefits to the organization from the applicant’s participation. (Please note your application will not be reviewed without the letter of endorsement. Candidates are expected to be endorsed by the organization that they are employed.)

Capacity Development Workshop: Proposal Writing 
Proposed Dates: March 18th-22nd, 2019

Location: Trinidad
 
 
Deadline for Applications: Monday 28th January, 2019 by 11:59 pm (UTC/GMT -4).

Terms of Reference – Consultancy to Formulate and Develop an Educational Video Series on Monitoring and Evaluation

The CPDC in partnership with USAID is implementing a three-year project titled Local Capacity for Local Solutions (LCLS). The USAID/ESC Local Capacity for Local Solutions project is focused on building the managerial, organisational, and administrative capacity of selected NGOs, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or intersex (LGBTI) organizations; utilizing innovative methods and approaches to support them in expanding services and improving sustainability in the ESC (Eastern and Southern Caribbean) region.

CPDC is desirous of undertaking a Consultancy for the purpose of the design and production of a three-part video series on Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) for its NGO Link. The aim is to enhance the skills and capacity of civil society organizations working in the ESC.

Terms of Reference: https://docdro.id/KVS4Qet

Deadline for Applications: Friday 25th January, 2019 by 5:00 p.m. (UTC/GMT -4).

 

CPDC will only respond to the successful applicant(s). Only persons meeting the criteria as outlined in the Terms of Reference should apply.

Apply Now! – Capacity Development Workshop (Trinidad and Tobago): Proposal Writing

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is funding a three-year Local Capacity for Local Solutions project geared at improving the managerial and operational capacity of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in the Eastern and Southern Caribbean (ESC). The project will utilize innovative methods that support organizations to be more efficient, effective and sustainable. RTI International is the prime implementer of the project and the Caribbean Policy Development Centre (CPDC) is a contracted partner. Countries that the project targets include: 1) Antigua and Barbuda; 2) Barbados; 3) Dominica; 4) Grenada; 5) Guyana; 6) St. Kitts and Nevis; 7) St. Lucia; 8) St. Vincent and the Grenadines; 9) Suriname; and 10) Trinidad and Tobago.

The project will build the hard and soft skills of NGOs working in the focal areas of environment, HIV/AIDS, youth/citizen security and LGBTI. The project will utilize innovative methods and approaches to deliver capacity training that supports organizations to expand their service delivery and improve their sustainability.   

The Local Capacity for Local Solutions project is offering 15 scholarships to NGO leaders/managers to attend a Capacity Development Workshop: Proposal Writing. The participants must work in the focal areas identified (environment, HIV/AIDS, youth/citizen security, LGBTI) and be BASED IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO.

Scholarship Offer: 
The Local Capacity for Local Solutions project is offering 15 scholarships which are only available to NGO personnel whose portfolio contains proposal writing. Only one representative per organisation will be chosen to attend. 

The scholarship covers tuition, workshop materials, meals and (airfare, accommodation and incidentals for participants travelling from Tobago). 

A letter of endorsement from the supporting organisation is required, which indicates the nature of the relationship between the applicant and the endorsing organization, the reason for endorsing the applicant and the expected benefits to the organisation from the applicant’s participation. (Please note your application will not be reviewed without the letter of endorsement. Candidates are expected to be endorsed by the organization that they are employed.)
 
Proposed dates: February 4th-8th, 2019
Location: Trinidad
 
 
Deadline for Application: Friday 11th January, 2019 by 11:59 pm (UTC/GMT -4).