In the 50 years since its establishment, AET has helped over 750,000 disadvantaged children and young people from Africa to access education and training. Today we mainly operate in conflict-affected regions of Africa. Such areas often receive little international aid for education as donors tend to limit their support to immediate humanitarian assistance.
Yet conflict-affected areas have the lowest levels of access to education in the world, and it is in these areas that we must urgently focus our energies if we are to make progress towards achieving the Millennium Development Goal of universal primary education by 2015.
- The candidates should hold good Diplomas in Education, Social Work, sociology or a relevant field and a minimum of one year’s experience in community work.
- Excellent mobilization and organisational skills are essential,
- Possess the ability to work independently, have good facilitation skills
- Language proficiency in both spoken and written English and Langi.
- Possess willingness and ability to live in project area.
- Excellent computer literacy skills are desirable.
Deadline: 30th May 2014 by 5:00pm