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Job Vacancy For Monitoring and Evaluation Officers (8 Positions Available)

Posted on: January 21st, 2015 by Ghana Jobs

{Confidential,Ghana,Full-Time,GH,N/A,N/A,28 Feb-2015};

A burgeoning Ghanaian statutory organisation invites applications for the following vacancy:- Monitoring and Evaluation Officers

Duties

•   Reconciliation of records to ensure full compliance by stakeholders
•   Work with project execution task force
•   Collect and collate Data of payments by enterprises in compliance with statutory provisions
•   Conduct accurate accounting of accrued funds
•   Assist the Administrator to formulate policies and strategies for the sustainability of organisational objectives
•   Assist the administrator determine streams of revenue of enterprises that must attract payments

Qualification Required & Experience

•   A good first degree from an accredited institution
•   A good knowledge in computer applications
•   2 years working experience in a related capacity
•   Adequate knowledge of the Tourism and hospitality sector

Location: Accra

How To Apply For The Job

Interested and suitably qualified persons should submit applications with envelopes marked: CAREER OPPORTUNITIES to the following address:-

The Administrator
c/o P.O.Box 3106
Accra

Closing Date: 30 January, 2015

Job Vacancy For Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist At World Bank

Posted on: February 19th, 2013 by Ghana Jobs

{World Bank,Accra,Full-Time, GH,N/A, N/A,31 Mar-2013};

Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist wanted for immediate employment by World Bank

Qualification Required & Experience

•  At least a Master’s degree in Economic, Public Policy, Social Development or equivalent from a reputable unversity or at least, 7 years of experience in Monitoring and Evaluation at management level in governmental or non-government organisation
•  At least several years of proven experience in:-
1)  The logical framework approach and other strategic planning approaches
2)  M&E methods and approaches (including quantitative, qualitative and participatory)
3)  Planning and implementation of M&E systems
4)  Working IT systems and being familiar with salient M&E modules of large, computer based Managament Information       systems
5)  Training in M&E development and implementation
6)  Facilitating learning-oriented analysis sessions of M&E data with multiple stakeholders
7)  Information analysis and reporting writing
8)  Computer skills
9)  Leadership qualities, personnel and team management
10) Experience in M&E system design
11) Experience in data processing and with computers

•  Fluency in English is mandatory, knowledge of local langauge is an asset
•  Excellent communication and inter-personal skills
•  Demonstrated knowledge of youth employment issues, private sector and skills development
•  Familiarity with Ghanaian institutional setting in the area of youth development, private sector and skills and development
•  Strong aptitude and proven record of working with teams the include government staff, field-based staff and development partners
•  Excellent organisational skills and demonstrated ability to work independently without any supervision and deliver assignments in a timely manner under time constraints
•  Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
•  A record of prioritising and managing time to deliver high priority and top quality products, This ability must be coupled with a tolerance of and capability to manage significant uncertainties in the work programme

Location: Accra

How To Apply For The Job

Interested applicants please send CV (Not more than 3 pages) and cover letter to:-

c/o Ghaphic Communications Group Limited
Advert No. GC 162
P.O.Box 742
Accra

Or Email CV and Cover letter to:-

[email protected]   Or  [email protected]

When submitting your application via email, always start the subject line with the job title

Closing Date: 22 February 2013

In your application please specify that you found out about this job opportunity on Ghanacurrentjobs.com

Job Vacancy For Monitoring and Evaluation Officer (2 Positions Available) – (Wa And Bolgatanga)

Posted on: January 25th, 2013 by Ghana Jobs

{Confidential,Wa And Bolgatanga,Full-Time, GH,N/A, N/A,28 Feb-2013};

This position is open to Ghana nationals only.

A local NGO is currently recruiting for two Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officers for a new project in northern Ghana. One incumbent will work out of the regional project office in Wa, Upper West Region, while the second incumbent will work out of the Bolgatanga regional office, Upper East Region.

Project Overview:
The ultimate outcome of this 6-year project is to enhance food security and resilience for poor male and female smallholder farmers (35% male/65% female) and their households in the three northern regions. This ultimate outcome is to be achieved through increased, diversified and more equitable agricultural production; and increased, diversified and more equitable incomes and assets.

Position Summary:
The M&E Officer is directly answerable to the Regional Coordinator. The M&E officer plays a key role in knowledge management at the regional level of the project. This includes working in close collaboration with other project officers based at the regional office (including crop and livestock/poultry officers, marketing and income generating officers and gender officers) and specialists based at the project’s Tamale head office, especially the monitoring and evaluation specialist, to ensure a holistic approach is used within the project.

Essential duties and responsibilities include:
Scope of work

• Under the guidance of the project’s monitoring and evaluation specialist (based in Tamale), implement baseline data collection, data entry and data analysis, and ensure regular monitoring of indicators;
• Liaise with project staff to collect data on project activities, outputs, outcomes and impact in accordance with the project’s performance management framework and data collection procedures;
• Provide technical support to field staff on the use of project progress tracking forms;
• Enter monitoring data into project database;
• Undertake preliminary analysis of data on a monthly and quarterly basis to identify trends, whether targets are being met or not, etc.;
• Perform regular data quality checks and take necessary corrective action to ensure that data input into the database is accurate;
• Undertake field visits and participate in project events to directly observe project progress and to interact with beneficiaries to gain a better understanding of the picture presented from monitoring data collected, noting changes not explicitly covered in project performance monitoring plan;
• Liaise with government institutions for collection of secondary data as and when needed;
• In collaboration with the crop, livestock and marketing and income generating activities officers, maintain accurate records of distribution of inputs;
• Establish and maintain a good rapport with project beneficiaries, as well as local government officials and community leaders;
• Provide input into the development of annual work plans and budgets, including annual milestones;
• Prepare regular progress reports that will be incorporated into reports to the donor; and
• Ensure efficient use of project resources.

Qualification Required & Experience

• Degree in Sociology, Development Studies, Agricultural Economics, Agribusiness, Statistics or other related subject.
• Minimum of 3 years work experience (over and above national service) in quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis, preferably in northern Ghana.
• Demonstrated experience with SPSS, Access and/or Epi-Info. Knowledge of other data analysis and program software considered an asset.
• Environmental knowledge/work experience is considered an asset.

Requisite Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

• Strong facilitation and interpersonal skills with colleagues and farmers.
• Demonstrated capacity to work in teams with colleagues.
• Strong computer skills (word-processing, spread-sheets).
• Basic level of gender awareness and commitment to effective integration of gender equality in project implementation.
• Ability to speak at least one language commonly spoken in the region of posting.
• Good oral and written communication skills in English.
• Willingness to spend 25% of time doing field work in the region of posting.

Location: Wa And Bolgatanga

How To Apply For The Job

Suitably qualified persons are invited to submit their cover letter detailing how their work experience and academic/professional qualifications meet the requirements described above, CV, and 3 professional references no later than February 8th, 2013 via e-mail to:

[email protected]

Closing Date: 08 February 2013

Please indicate in the subject line of the email which position is being applied for.

The principles of employment equity are adhered to. Suitably qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. While all applicants are thanked for their interest, only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews.

Job Vacancy For Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist (Tamale)

Posted on: January 25th, 2013 by Ghana Jobs

{Confidential,Tamale,Full-Time, GH,N/A, N/A,28 Feb-2013};

This position is open to Ghana nationals only.

An international organization is currently recruiting for the position of Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Specialist for a new project in northern Ghana. The incumbent will work out of the project’s head office in Tamale, Northern Region.

Project Overview:
The ultimate outcome of this 6-year project is to enhance food security and resilience for poor male and female smallholder farmers (35% male/65% female) and their households in the three northern regions. This ultimate outcome is to be achieved through increased, diversified and more equitable agricultural production; and increased, diversified and more equitable incomes and assets.

Position Summary:
Reporting to the Project Director (based in Tamale), the M&E Specialist is responsible for implementing the overall M&E strategy and related activities within the project and to provide timely and relevant information and support to project stakeholders. This includes close coordination with all stakeholders involved in M&E design, data collection, data analysis, and project implementation. While the M&E Specialist reports directly to the Project Director, s/he will be supported on technical matters by the organization’s Canada-based M&E Unit. The M&E specialist will work in close collaboration with other project specialists based in the project office in Tamale (including climate change adaptation/environment, crops, livestock, gender equality, and marketing and income generating activities specialists) to ensure a holistic approach is used within the project.

Essential duties and responsibilities include:

• Oversee and take responsibility for implementation of the Performance Measurement Framework (PMF);
• In collaboration with the organization’s Canada-based M&E Unit, guide the process of developing performance questions, indicators and parameters for monitoring project performance and comparing it to targets. Design the formats for performance surveys and reports in collaboration with the project team;
• Develop gender-sensitive data collection tools (quantitative and qualitative); analyze frameworks and report on same;
• Undertake and support sex-disaggregated baseline data collection for the project and regular monitoring of indicators;
• In coordination with the Gender Specialist, provide training to field staff in results-based management (RBM), participatory monitoring and evaluation techniques;
• Develop control measures and protocols to ensure quality of data;
• Communicate regularly with the organization’s Canada-based M&E Specialist and Management Information System/Geographic Information System (MIS/GIS) Specialist via skype/email/phone to ensure smooth functioning of M&E systems;
• If pertinent, support GIS set up and use;
• Participate in creation of databases (in collaboration with project staff);
• Ensure that an effective and participatory gender-sensitive M&E system is established and maintained;
• Provide advice and insight into M&E manuals, including processes and procedures for staff;
• Support the development of annual work plans and budgets, including annual milestones;
• Coordinate data gathering from the project and establish feed-back mechanisms;
• Undertake field visits and participate in project events to directly observe project progress and to interact with beneficiaries to gain a better understanding of the picture presented from monitoring data collected, noting changes not explicitly covered in the project performance monitoring plan;
• Liaise with field agents, trainers and region-based staff to collect data on project activities, outputs, outcomes and impact in accordance with project performance monitoring plan and data collection procedures;
• Recruit, guide, and supervise other organizations/consultants that are contracted to conduct surveys, baseline surveys etc. for the project;
• Review monitoring reports, identify challenges and potential bottlenecks in implementation and feed learning back to project management;
• Support development of case studies to draw out lessons learned and success stories;
• Ensure that staff are inputting accurate and timely data in the MIS and provide regular gender sensitive analysis at the output level to monitor implementation according to the work plan;
• Support staff in preparing progress reports to ensure timely, high quality reporting to the donor and other project stakeholders;
• Manage data for presentation of public relations materials including success stories, photos, graphics, etc.; and
• Promote an operating culture that supports the learning objectives of the project by constantly improving observation, communication, and team skills.

Qualification Required & Experience

• Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred in a relevant field such as applied social science, statistics, international development, etc.
• At least 8 years of practical experience in international development, with at least 5 years specifically in designing and implementing monitoring and evaluation systems.
• Must have demonstrated experience in quantitative and qualitative research/survey methodology.
• Experience developing gender sensitive data collection tools.
• Experience building capacity of staff, partners and counterparts in M&E, in both formal and informal settings.

Requisite Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

• Must have working knowledge of development programming, processes, systems and principles, and the ability to provide leadership and support in M&E to staff working at various levels and in various locations.
• Strong knowledge of results-based management and international donor projects; knowledge of CIDA’s RBM tools for management and reporting highly desired.
• Must have experience in designing and implementing monitoring systems and tools for effective management of outcomes and results.
• Strong technical skills in data management, statistical analysis, GIS mapping, and/or assessment tools desirable.
• Ability to lead and actively participate as an effective member of a team.
• Must have excellent facilitation, presentation and training skills and experience, paired with good interpersonal and communication skills.
• Must have strong skills in analytical thinking and interpretation of data to deduce solutions for decision making.
• Knowledge of principles and practices of gender equality.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills in English required.
• High level proficiency in MS Office applications, particularly MS Excel and Access.
• This position may require up to 25% local travel within northern Ghana

Location: Tamale

How To Apply For The Job

Suitably qualified persons are invited to submit their cover letter detailing how their work experience and academic/professional qualifications meet the requirements described above, CV, and 3 professional references no later than February 8th, 2013 via e-mail to:

[email protected]

Closing Date: 08 February 2013

Please indicate in the subject line of the email which position is being applied for.

The principles of employment equity are adhered to. Suitably qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. While all applicants are thanked for their interest, only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews.

Job Vacancy For Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor At Canadian High Commission

Posted on: January 8th, 2013 by Ghana Jobs

{Canadian High Commission,Accra,Full-Time, GH,N/A, N/A,30 Jan-2013};

The Canadian High Commission seeks to engage the services of a Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Advisor who willl provide professional, technical, strategic and advisory support to the CIDA Ghana Programme team.

Status: Full Time Consultant (up to 20 days/month)
Duration: 1 year (with possibility of 1-year renewal)

Scope of Work:
The M&E Advisor will work closely with the CIDA Ghana Programme analyst team to provide technical advice and support on programme design, monitoring and evaluation.

Qualification Required & Experience

Qualifications
Mandatory Requirements:

•  The Consultant must be a Ghanaian citizen or a current resident in Ghana for a minimum of twelve (12) consecutive months. Any non-Ghanaian citizen will be required to show  proof of a valid residency and work permit (for a minimum of twelve (12) months)
•  The Consultant must have a Master’s Degree from a recognised university in evaluation, statistics, planning, developmet, or related field; or satisfactory combination of education and related work experience
•  The Consultant must have a minimum of five (5) years’ experience (within past 20 years) in the public sector in relation to the implementation and management of M&E systems and the use of M&E systems for reporting

Other Technical Requirements:

Applicants will also be assessed on other technical requirements such as knowledge of M&E principles, methods and results-based management, understanding of M&E issues and institutions in Ghana, experience in M&E and results-based planning and reporting, project monitoring and management, planning and organisational skills, communications skills and personal suitability

Location: Accra

How To Apply For The Job

Qualified candidates are invited to obtain a copy of the “Request for Proposals” (RFP) document from the CIDA PSU (38 Independence Avenue) for detailed instructions on how to apply. Applicants residing outside of the Greater Accra Region can request a copy of the RFP document by sending an e-mail to: [email protected]

Records and Contracts Officer
CIDA-PSU, 38 Independence Avenue
Email: [email protected]

Closing Date: 21 January 2013

Only candidate who meet the mandatory requirements will be contacted

Job Vacancy For Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officer At Canadian Feed The Children (CFTC) – Tamale

Posted on: December 29th, 2012 by Ghana Jobs

{Canadian Feed The Children (CFTC),Tamale,Full-Time, GH,N/A, N/A,30 Jan-2013};

Canadian Feed The Children (CFTC) is an international development organisation with a mission to alleviate the impact of poverty on Children. For over 25 years, CFTC has been working with local partners around the world. The organisation currently operates in Uganda, Ethiopia, Ghana, Haiti, Bolivia, and across Canada, to deliver programmes that have positive, meaningful, and sustained impact on the health, education and well-being of children and the self-sufficiency of their families and communities.

Job Summary

Type: Full Time Contract Position (15 months)
Reporting to: Project Manager
Direct Reports: None
Location: Tamale, Ghana with frequent travel to the field
Suggested Start Date: February 11, 2013

There is an exciting atmosphere of change at Canadian Feed The Canadian that requires motivated and dynamic leadership. CFTC is searching for a passionate, experienced Monitoring and Evaluation Officer to support a $2 million food security and climate change project funded by a large, bi-lateral donor. This technical role within the CFTC Programmes Team requires an organized, disciplined professional outstanding monitoring and evaluation skills. As a member of the Programmes team reporting to the Project Manager, the M&E Officer will work in close collaboration with the with the CFTC and partner teams to ensure effective and timely monitoring and evaluation and reporting on progress towards project outputs and outcomes. The M&E Officer will be a strong communicator, and demonstrate team spirit and a commitment to producing quality work.

Position Summary:
The role of this hands-on position is to develop, implement and support the M&E function of a complex, multifaceted project designed to improve the adaptive capacity and increase the resilience to the impacts of climate change on agriculture, food security and livelihoods for smallholder farmers in northern Ghana. This is an 18-month project set to launch in March 2013 in Northern, Upper East and Upper West Regions of Ghana. It will be implemented in collaboration with three local CFTC partners and supported by a number of technical institutions.

Accountabilities:

•  Design and implement a monitoring framework for the project
•  Identify appropriate methodologies and tools for M&E
•  Support the project and partners in the development and implementation of M&E plans
•  Provide oversight of all M&E activities related to project deliverables
•  Provide technical support and training to staff and partners; establish a system to collect baseline data
•  Support the project team in the development of an information management database system to analyze and interpret data
•  Support project staff and partners in the production of all reports

Perform all other related duties as assigned by the Project Manager

Qualification Required & Experience

Knowledge and Experience (mandatory):

•  University degree required, preferably in the social sciences
•  Minimum 3 years’ experience in international development project/programmes M&E and/or social research including qualitative and quantitative data collection, analysis and report writing
•  Experience in preparing and conducting trainings and facilitating workshops
•  Demonstrated in-depth experience in at least two of the following areas: climate change, food security, agriculture, livelihoods

Skills and Competencies (mandatory):

•  Superior understanding of international development monitoring and evaluation systems and methodologies
•  Proven ability to provide training and capacity-building to staff
•  Strong facilitation skills
•  Proven gender analysis skills
•  Competence in using information technology including experience with word-processing, spreadsheets and database software
•  Solid understanding of international development programmes and project cycle management
•  Outstanding business writing skills in English for report writing
•  Superior skills in building productive working relationships with team colleagues, country offices, donors and partners
•  Basic understanding of international development funders such as CIDA, multilateral agencies and foundations
•  Excellent research and computer skills using Microsoft Office and Internet
•  Able to multi-task effectively and meet deadlines while under pressure
•  High energy, positive, “can-do” attitude, flexibility, teamwork, and high degree of imitative
•  Commitment to Canadian Feed The Children’s values and mission
•  Must be eligible to work in Ghana

Other desirable skills and attributes:

•  Able to speak at least one of the principal languages of Northern Ghana
•  Holder of a valid Ghanaian driving licence
•  Experience working with a Canadian NGO or Canadian funding agency

How To Apply For The Job

Interested candidates should submit a CV and covering letter addressed to the Country Representative. The covering letter should clearly state how the candidate’s skills and experience have prepared him or her for success in the position. Applications should be sent electronically to: [email protected] with the name of the position in the subject line.

Closing Date:  09 January 2013

Interviews are scheduled to take place in Tamale the week of January 27. All candidates are thanked for their interest in CFTC; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted

Job Vacancy For Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officer At Ghana Federation of the Disabled (GFD)

Posted on: July 19th, 2012 by Ghana Jobs

{Ghana Federation of the Disabled (GFD),Accra,Full-Time, GH,N/A, N/A,30 Aug-2012};

Ghana Federation of the Disabled (GFD) is a national umbrella of organization of persons with disabilities which was established in 1987 with the aim of promoting the rights of persons with disabilities through buidling their capacity, advocating for equal opportunities in society and ensuring the full inclusive of their needs and aspirations and active participation in national and local policies and programmes.

Description Of Job

GFD seeks to engage a Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officer on contract for a 16-month period. The engagement is within a Danida financed project, which is likely to be extended.

The successful applicant will be based in Accra Office of the Federation but with regular extensive travels (min. 40 days per year). The M&E Officer will work closely with the local manager of the project and report to the Executive Director of GFD.

Primary Duties & Responsibilities:
The duties and responsibilities will include the following:

•  Be responsible for the M&E work in a Joint Danida project: Strengthening the Disability Movement in Ghana Phase 1, 2010-2013 according to an agreed work plan
•  Be responsible for undertaking a quarterly update/review of the joint project database based on visits to all project districts with focus on triangulation of data
•  Maintain close communication with and support Local GFD communication with and support Local GFD Committees/M&E committees in project districts
•  Be responsible for training of the district M&E committees on M&E tools and how to collect information
•  Through monitoring visits, ensure that districts and local GFD branches are focusing on collective demands
•  Work closely with the Programme Manager of GFD, the Project Manager of the Joint Project and other key project officers in the involved organisations for effective coordination of monitoring activities
•  Support GFD  member organizations and local branches in putting together a monitoring strategy for all project/programme indicators and building their database
•  Develop and maintain an effective M&E system for the joint project
•  Develop and disseminate case stories from the field and out of database
•  Any other relevant duties assigned

Qualification Required & Experience

Eligibility Requirements:

•  Educationto first degree level or equivalent. A subject area is not specified. Skills and experience will be more important than specific formal qualification
•  Experience/knowledge of qualitative and quantitative data collection methods
•  LFA proficiency
•  Computer proficiency
•  Gender
•  Analytical skills
•  Systematic personality who pays attention to detail, accuracy and exact evidence
•  Knowledge and experience with the Decentralised political system of Ghana
•  Training/facilitation skills to develop Monitoring and Evaluation tools and strategy within GFD membership especially direct project partners
•  Three or more years experience as a Monitoring and Evaluation person in the NGO Sector
•  Excellent written and communication skills
•  Ability to work independent to liaise and co-ordinate activities between up to 8 different organisations
•  Good team building and team working skills
A background of working in the charity or NGO sector would be ideal, but not essential and an understanding of/interest in issues around disability as a development and human rights issue will be an added advantage

How To Apply For The Job

Interested persons should submit a personal statement and CV to the following address:

The Executive Director
Ghana Federation of the Disabled
P. O. Box AC 40
Arts Center, Accra

[email protected]

Closing Date: 15th August, 2012

Job Vacancy For Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant At (COTVET)

Posted on: July 19th, 2012 by Ghana Jobs

{COTVET,Accra,Full-Time, GH,N/A, N/A,30 Aug-2012};

The Government of the Republic of Ghana (GOG) is in the final stages of securing a loan and a grant from the African Development Bank (AfDB) amounting to UA 70 million. The Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (COTVET) is the executing agency for the project. The loan is meant to finance the Development of Skills for Industry Project (DSIP). The project is expected to establish a high quality, equitable, market-responsive and cost-effective technical and vocational education and training (TVET) system in order to increase the number of immediately employable Ghanaian graduates; restructure the skills development sector to ensure increasing access, reduce the skills gap; modernize equipment; train teachers and generally improve the quality and relevance of TVET offerings.

COTVET now intends to apply part of the proceeds of this facility to eligible payments under the contract for the engagement of suitably qualified individuals for the following position to be based at the Project Support Unit of the Council for Technical and Vocational Educational and Training (COTVET) in Accra;

Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant (1 No):

•  Contribute to the development/improvement of M&E system for each of programme components;
•  Assist the M&E Specialist in the development of Annual Work Plans and Budgets;
•  Contribute to the identification and designing of performance questions, key indicators, and formats for monitoring;
•  Carry out field monitoring trips on a regular basis, including collection of M&E performance indicators and data entering into the M&E database;
•  Assist the M&E Specialist in the preparation of quarterly, half-yearly, annual reports, completion and other ad-hoc reports;
•  Contribute to the documentation and collection of information related to case studies and special researches;
•  Assist as required in external monitoring, review and evaluation mission visiting the project

Qualification Required & Experience

Qualifications and Experience:

•  Bachelors’ Degree in economics/finance/administration/sociology or related social science;
•  At least 1 year of working experience in monitoring and evaluation of an AfDB Education Project; including data collection and analysis;
•  Strong analytical and communication skills;
•  Willingness to perform field visits and to interview project’ beneficiaries;
•  Excellent interpersonal skills and team player;
•  Proficiency in using office suites (such as Microsoft Office and Open Office)
•  Fluent in written and oral communication in English;
•  Ability to work in multinational environment and with multiple external parties

How To Apply For The Job

The Ministry of Education, acting through COTVET (The Project Implementing Agency), now invites interested and qualified individuals to submit typewritten application letters and curriculum vitae indicating that they are qualified to perform the services for a position described above. These should include:

•  Description of similar assignments
•  Experience in similar conditions
•  Availability of appropriate of appropriate skills

Written expressions of interest must be delivered by 4.00p.m on 25th July, 2012 at the address below:

The Project Coordinator
Project Support Unit
Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training
P. O. Box M651
Accra

Attn: Procurement Specialist

Location: H/No 2, 2nd Nii Kokonya Road, East Legon, Near American House
Telephone: 0202-052208
Email: [email protected]

Closing Date: 25th July, 2012