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Project Name:               PASSAGE


Job Title:                       Community Support Assistant – Education

Duty Station:                    Amuru District


Immediate Supervisor:   Project Manager


Key Duties And Responsibilities

  •  Implement agreed project activities, decisions, and actions (programmatic and operational) as per plans and priorities
  • Carry out regular consultations, dialogues, information sharing, and feedback with relevant project and other key stakeholders
  • Participate in relevant events, forums, and meetings at community and school level
  • Contribute to capacity building of school and community
  • Support community and school mobilization, awareness creation and delivery of project activities
  • In liaison with MEAL Manager; support studies, assessments, and dissemination of learnings.
  • Prepare and submit periodic and activity reports.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

  • The applicant for the ADRA Community Support Assistant (education) job must hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from a recognized university/Institution or Any Humanitarian course
  • At least three years of experience in education as a teacher or related programming
  • Experience working in multi-cultural context, refugee population and diverse contexts.
  • Experience in education related community-based programming, training, research is added advantage
  • Experience and abilities in using participatory techniques and learning
  • Ability to work well in and promote teamwork
  • Strong communication and reporting skills, both oral and written.


  • Good IT skills and knowledge of MS Word; Excel and Outlook required.


Women are encouraged to apply



Deadline: 6th November 2023

Kindly fill the form below and attach documents in pdf format ONLY

Community Support Officer – Education – PASSAGE

University/ College/ Institution/ School
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e.g. Bachelor of Commerce, MSc Food Science and Technology etc.
e.g. First Class, Pass or Credit
Employer’s Name
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Please give details of your technical abilities, skills and experience which you consider relevant to this position. The information may include an outline of your most recent achievements.
SPEAKING: Acholi Language Speaking Proficiency
Fluency in the Acholi language and the dialects spoken by the Acholi people will be an added advantage.
Acholi Cultural Knowledge
Fluency in the cultural knowledge of the Acholi people will be an added advantage.
Please use Uganda currency format (UGX)
Have you ever applied to/worked for ADRA before?(Required)
Do you have any family, friends, relatives, or acquaintances working for ADRA Uganda?(Required)
Drop files here or
Max. file size: 5 MB.
    Upload Cover Letter & CV as one document. DO NOT UPLOAD SCHOOL RECORDS & SCHOOL DOCUMENTS. Upload three letters of recommendation. One of which must come from a priest/pastor/bishop/religious leader.

    Terms of reference for Policy Analyst – Land Advocacy issues


    ADRA Uganda is seeking the expertise of a skilled Policy Analyst to address and advocate for land related issues at the national level. The policy Analyst will play a crucial role in formulating, analyzing, and recommending policies that promote sustainable land use, equitable access and effective land management.

    Objective: The primary objectives of the policy Analyst include:

    1. Conducting comprehensive research on existing land policies, laws, and regulations.
    2. Identifying gaps, challenges and opportunities related to land use and access.
    3. Developing evidence-based policy recommendations to address identified issues.
    4. Engaging stakeholders including Government agencies, non-Government organizations and communities to gather insights and ensure the inclusion of diverse perspectives in policy formulation.
    5. Monitoring and evaluating the impact of existing land policies and proposing adjustments as necessary.

    Responsibilities: The policy Analyst will be responsible for:

    1. Conducting a thorough review of current national land policies and their implementation
    2. Analyzing data and trends related to land use, tenure and access.
    3. Engaging with relevant stakeholders including government officials, Civil Society Organizations and affected communities.
    4. Drafting policy briefs, reports, and other communication materials to convey research findings and policy recommendations.
    5. Participating in stakeholder consultations, workshops, and conferences on land related issues.
    6. Collaborating with other team members and experts to ensure a holistic approach to land advocacy.

    Qualifications: The ideal candidate should possess:

    1. A master’s degree in public policy, law, Environmental studies or a related field.
    2. Proven experience in policy analysis and advocacy, with a focus on land related issues.
    3. Strong research and analytical skills, including the ability to interpret complex data.
    4. Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    5. Experience working with diverse stakeholders including government agencies, NGOs and local communities.
    6. Knowledge of national and international best practices in land governance and sustainable development
    7. Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    8. Experience working with diverse stakeholders including government agencies, NGO s and local communities.
    9. Knowledge of national and international best practices in land governance and sustainable development.

    Duration and Location: The assignment is expected to last 2 months, with the possibility of extension based on performance and project requirements. The policy Analyst may be required to travel nationally for field visits and meetings.

    Reporting: The Policy Analyst will report directly to Advocacy/PR Manager, providing regular updates on progress, challenges, and proposed solutions.

    Application Process: Interested candidates should submit their applications, including CV and a cover letter outlining their relevant experience and approach to the assignment to Manager Procurement and Logistics, email: [email protected].

     Deadline: 15TH December 2023

    Budget: The selected candidate will be offered a renumeration package, including travel allowances and taxes of 15m Uganda shillings.


    Note: ADRA Uganda reserves the right to modify the Terms of reference based on evolving project needs and requirements.




    Terms of reference for Videography for Evidence Based Advocacy on Land issues in Karamoja.



    To capture compelling visual content to support evidence-based advocacy efforts on land related issues in the Karamoja region.

    Scope of work

    1. Preproduction
    • Conduct a thorough research on prevalent land issues in Karamoja
    • Collaborate with local experts and community leaders to understand the nuances in the video.
    • Develop a detailed script outlining key points and stories to be covered in the video.



    1. Production
    • Utilize professional videography equipment to ensure high quality footage.
    • Capture interviews with community members, experts, and stakeholders to gather diverse perspectives on land issues.
    • Film relevant B-roll footage to visually support the narrative and highlight specific locations or situations.
    • Ensure sensitivity and cultural appropriateness in interaction with local communities.



    1. Postproduction
    • Edit the footage to create a compelling and informative video.
    • Incorporate graphics, statistics, and other visual elements to strengthen the evidence-based nature of the advocacy.
    • Provide a draft for review and feedback, making necessary revisions as per the project team’s input.
    • Add subtitles or translation for wider accessibility.



    1. Delivery
    • Provide final video in multiple formats suitable for various platforms (web, social media, presentations)
    • Include raw footage and project files for future reference or edits.
    • Ensure timely delivery as per the project timeline.



    1. Timelines
    • Preproduction, production, and postproduction with milestones for feedback and revisions will be after one and a half month from contract signing.
    1. Budget
    • 15million to cover full package for equipment costs, travel expenses, statutory taxes and any additional resources require.



    1. Collaboration:
    • Coordinate closely with the Advocacy team, local partners, and stakeholders throughout the project to align the video content with the overall advocacy strategy.



    1. Ethical Considerations.
    • Respect the privacy and cultural sensitivities of the individuals and communities involved. Obtain proper consent for interviews and ensure the responsible use of visual.



    1. Ethical considerations:

    Respect the privacy and cultural sensitivities of the individuals and communities involved. Obtain proper consent for interviews and ensure the responsible use of visual materials.



    1. Evaluation
    • Establish criteria for evaluating the success of the video in contributing to evidence bases advocacy such as increased awareness, engagement, or policy impact.


    Deadline for expression of interest is 21st December 2023.


    Contact Person:

    [email protected]

    [email protected],

    [email protected],