Request for Proposals – Adult Learning Consultancy for SSC Project in Uganda

Introduction

Crossroads International is a leader in international cooperation and has been fighting inequality for over 65 years. Crossroads works with local partner organizations in sub-Saharan Africa to strengthen women’s economic power; empower them to become leaders and live free from violence.

The Scholars for Social Change (SSC) Project is a three-year project implemented by Crossroads International (Crossroads) in partnership with Mastercard Foundation (the Foundation). The ultimate outcome of this project is fully aligned with the Mastercard Foundation’s mission to increase access to education to improve employment and its objective of building a network of transformative leaders to equip them with skills and tools necessary to succeed in their chosen career path.

The Consultancy

Crossroads International plans to provide Adult Learning Consultancy and Guidance to the program staff and the Scholars in Uganda. This will come in the form of oversight, development and implementation of a clear strategy that can be effectively delivered during the SSC program.

Purpose of the Consultancy
The purpose of the Adult Learning Consultancy within the Scholars for Social Change (SSC) program is to ensure that learning is effectively embedded into the SSC program. The consultant will work collaboratively with Crossroads International to develop and implement a comprehensive adult learning strategy, specifically designed for young adults as they embark into careers within the Ugandan social development sector. The focus will be on enhancing the learning experience for both program staff and Scholars, ensuring effective knowledge transfer, skill development, and ongoing support throughout the program’s duration.

View this PDF for all the important information on the requirements, application process and important deadlines. 

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