A recent report on All Africa, by Lillian Muendo, highlights the crisis of child sex work in the coastal regions, that are rapidly becoming a popular destination for underage prostitutes.
Download -Rise Project Overview
Retrak, along with Family for Every Child and the International Centre at University of Bedfordshire, is implementing the RISE project, to promote and facilitate learning on Recovery and Reintegration from Child Sexual Exploitation.
They are currently recruiting two project coordinators, one to based here in sub-Saharan Africa. Please do circulate this information widely to colleagues in this region who might be suitable and interested in this post.
Full details of the post and how to apply can be accessed via our partner’s website at Family for Every Child at this link: http://www.familyforeverychild.org/who-we-are/vacancies/.
The deadline for applications for both posts is 28th June.
The project will focus on three regions: Latin America and the Caribbean, sub-Saharan Africa and South & Central Asia. It has three specific objectives:
1. To establish and manage a locally accessible global network, utilising global and regional online learning hubs, to support learning on Recovery and Reintegration (R&R) for children affected by child sexual exploitation (CSE).
2. To develop and implement 3 learning projects that capture local learning in order to positively influence policy and practice on R&R for children affected by CSE.
3. To improve, regionally and globally, policy and practice on R&R for children affected by CSE, by collecting and disseminating the learning from this project.
More details are in the job descriptions, which can be downloaded with the application form via the link above, and in the project summary, attached.
Or you can contact
Joanna Wakia -Monitoring and Research Advisor
t: +254 724 698 537
p: PO Box 25740, Nairobi 00603, Kenya