Vacancy Announcement - Technical Coordinator - Learning on Climate Change Adaptation in ASALS. A Learning Route for policy makers

Hi all, 

another vacancy announcement that might be of your interest: 

CCAFS, CARE, IIED and PROCASUR are jointly developing a Learning Route on "Learning from climate change adaptation innovative experiences of communities and local governments in ASALs. A Learning Route for Policy Makers”that will take place from the 2nd to the 7th September 2013, in Kenya. In the framework of this initiative and as part of the project, the Procasur Corporation is recruiting a Technical Coordinator for the LR. 

The Technical Coordinator will be responsible for providing technical inputs and participating in the design, implementation and follow-up of the LR, under the supervision of the General Coordinator of the project and in close collaboration with the General Coordination of the LR and the rest of the team.

The Technical Coordinator will be part of the multicultural team of coordination of the LR and his/her passion to contribute to positive change in the rural areas and climate change adaptation community-driven strategies through the empowerment of local talents is key to success in this position.

Should you be interested by this Vacancy, please find the details here: VA_Technical_Coordination_Climate_Change_LR.pdf


The Procasur Corporation is a global organization specialized in harvesting and scaling-up homegrown innovations. The organizations mission is to foster local knowledge exchange to end rural poverty. By sharing innovations through customized local knowledge-management tools and methodologies, the organization connects global institutions with local talents, providing the structured learning platforms necessary to spread innovation. Procasur has facilitated learning opportunities in over 20 countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America and the Caribbean, affecting the lives and livelihoods of thousands of rural talents across the globe. To learn more, visit

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Comment by Nancy White on July 18, 2013 at 5:15pm

Hi Diana - you might also want to post this (or alternatively, just there) in the KM4Dev Jobs center here on the NING site. I *think* the more active job seekers monitor this area (but that may be a silly assumption of mine!)

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