Vacancies | Adolescent and Young People Programme | Tshwane, Gauteng

Vacancies | Adolescent and Young People Programme  | Tshwane, Gauteng

MIET AFRICA, a sub-recipient of NACOSA, seeks to employ for various positions, in the Adolescent and Young People Programme. Successful candidates will be based in Tshwane Region 1 in Gauteng for the period of their contracts. Closing date for applications is 22 February 2024.

To view the job advertisements and to apply, click below.

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Terms of Reference | Annual Audit

Terms of Reference | Annual Audit

MIET AFRICA wishes to engage the services of an audit firm for the purpose of auditing the Global Civil Society Strengthening Programme of 2022-26, as stipulated in the agreement between the Cooperation partner and Save the Children International CO/RO/MOs. The audit shall be carried out in accordance with international audit standards (ISA) issued by IAASB. Deadline for submission is 26 February 2024.

For more information and to submit, please download the full ToR.

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EXTENSION! Terms of Reference for Procurement of External Audit | Service for the Period ending December 2023

EXTENSION! Terms of Reference for Procurement of External Audit | Service for the Period ending December 2023

Closing date to submit quotations is now 7 November.

MIET AFRICA requires the services of qualified auditors to undertake the auditing services for the period ending December 2023. For more information about the audit, scope and timeframes, please refer to the Terms of Reference.

Closing date for submission is 7 November 2023.

ToR MIET AFRICA 2023 – extension External Audit Services

 

South Africa Menstrual Health Snapshot

South Africa Menstrual Health Snapshot

MIET AFRICA, along with Days for Girls, the global menstrual health (MH) and hygiene advocacy group, and WASH United have just released the MH Country Snapshot on South Africa. MIET AFRICA’s Monitoring & Evaluation Manager, Dr Renjini Devaki contributed to the report which is aimed at providing MH advocates and organizations with high-level research on, and the status of, individual countries’ MH conditions, policies, rights and challenges.

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New Regional Programme: FutureLife-Now!

New Regional Programme: FutureLife-Now!

FutureLife-Now! is a new regional programme that’s built on the successful Care and Support for Teaching and Learning (CSTL) framework developed in the early 2000’s and that, in 2018, reached over 27 million of the region’s learners with support services. This innovative approach has strengthened the education sector’s ability to respond to the growing numbers of vulnerable children and youth in the region, by providing child and youth-friendly services in support of health, gender, migration, food security, violence and other challenges.

By bringing together two critical elements for human development – education and health­ – and by building upon the systems’ strengthening and policy development that has taken place through CSTL, FutureLife-Now! aims to promote greater self-confidence and hope for the present and future among young people in the SADC region. A combination of activities that includes strengthened HIV education policies, enhanced Comprehensive Sexuality Education,

REPORT: Regional Study of Vulnerability Amongst Schoolboys in South Africa

REPORT: Regional Study of Vulnerability Amongst Schoolboys in South Africa

In the years of implementing the SADC Care and Support for Teaching and Learning (CSTL) programme, it has become increasing apparent to CSTL partners that there is a major gap in the delivery of school-based care and support to boys and young men, and that this gap is hindering programme and regional goals for gender equality, HIV reduction and improved educational outcomes for all children. Limited existing literature on boys and young men point to a dearth of evidence on the specific vulnerabilities of boys in schools, and what might be effective in addressing these vulnerabilities.  To this end, an exploratory regional research study was commissioned by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, to better understand the key issues and identify recommendations for future school-based programming.  Click here to download the full report.

 

Official launch of the Zimbabwe Care and Support for Teaching and Learning (CSTL) National Model

Official launch of the Zimbabwe Care and Support for Teaching and Learning (CSTL) National Model

Zimbabwe’s CSTL model was officially launched by Her Excellency, the First Lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa on 27 June 2019. The goal of the CSTL programme is that children and youth in SADC realise their rights to education, to safety and protection and to care and support, through an expanded and strengthened education sector response.

Click here for the full report.