1. Call for Applications: West Africa ACCESS Regional Coordinating Organization (RCO)

ACCESS has recently obtained seed funding for members located in sub-Saharan Africa to self-organize around regional hubs in East, West and Southern Africa. The ACCESS Secretariat hosted by the Kenya Climate Change Working Group supports the coordination of activities in Kenya and the wider East Africa region.

We are seeking a coordinating organisation to work with members and other development practitioners and key stakeholders to develop and implement advocacy and capacity-building activities at a national level in Ghana with a limited number of wider regional activities to be scaled up over the medium term, subject to additional funding.

ACCESS, therefore, invites calls for applications from CSOs with a strong track record on energy access advocacy nationally in Ghana and experience of working in the wider West Africa region, to lead national and regional advocacy activities.

To view the detailed ToRs, Click here.

To download the Application Template, Click here.


2. Call for Applications: Documenting the status of civil space for civil society engagement in advocating for Clean Cooking and Decentralized Renewable Energy (DRE) in Zambia, Zimbabwe and Malawi

ACCESS Coalition has partnered with Hivos to commission an assessment on how CSOs are using or broadening the civic space to speak out and represent the voices of people without access to clean energy (majorly on DRE and clean cooking) including the restrictions thereof. The assessment will also highlight the contribution CSOs have made to improve the enabling environment for DRE and clean cooking.

The overall objective of the consultancy is ‘to document how CSOs are using or broadening the civic space to represent the people without access to energy and the restrictions thereof.

Applications to be submitted to recruitments@kccwg.org latest by 22nd of
June 2020 Mid-night EAT
. ACCESS/KCCWG are equal employers. Persons with disabilities, women, and the youth are highly encouraged to apply

For further details, click here

Photo credit: Hivos