JOB VACANCY

CONSULTANCY CALL

Pamoja Trust (PT) is a non-profit making organization dedicated to promoting access to land, shelter and basic services for the urban poor. The organization takes principled and pragmatic approaches to protection and promotion of socio-economic rights through advocacy and precedence setting models for problem solving. Pamoja provides social, technical and legal expertise at local communities, national and international levels to ensure attainment social justice principles and that national and international human rights standards are implemented in favor of the most vulnerable citizens.

The proposed assignment specifically is related to common property resources on land, which support pastoralism, fisheries, agriculture, and forestry. Pamoja Trust seek to undertake a legal analysis to assess the impact of laws, policies and institutional frameworks on Indigenous Peoples and Community Conserved Territories and Areas (ICCAs) in Kenya within the framework of the new governance and Constitutional dispensation introduced by the Constitution of Kenya, 2010. The analysis will help IPs and communities better appreciate the opportunities and constraints within the new dispensation, and draw the attention of Government and other stakeholders on gaps that need to be addressed in order to strengthen the governance of ICCAs and thereby maintain the integrity of ecosystems, cultures and human wellbeing. It is on this basis that Pamoja Trust is seeking to recruit a consultant to carry out a policy environment analysis.

The main outputs of this assignment include a synthesis paper and a policy brief. The analysis is to assess the impact of laws, policies and institutional frameworks in Indigenous peoples and Community Conserved Territories and Areas (ICCAs).

 

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Consultancy Call for The Review of Laws Policies and Institutional Frameworks on Indigenous Peoples And Community Conserved Territories And Areas in Kenya (ICCAs)

 

CONSULTANCY CALL

The AKKIMA project focuses on women’s land rights with special attention to the role of women’s land rights (WLR) defenders. The project aims at contributing to increased access to WLR through building safe spaces for grassroots land rights defenders and advocating for safer spaces for them in Kenya. The impact the action seeks to achieve is to contribute to the increased access to women’s land rights through building safe spaces for grassroots land rights defenders. The action intervenes in Kakamega, Busia, Nairobi and Mombasa Counties, specifically targeting 9 sub-counties Kangemi, Mathare and Kibera in Nairobi; Changamwe in Mombasa; Samia Bunyala and Nambale in Busia and Navakholo, and Malava in Kakamega counties.

This assignment seeks to show and tell the AKIMMA story. Looking at where it all started, the process and its culmination. The documentation must provide clear evidence of the achievements, outcomes and how it was guided by the program. This will be through documentation of the documentation the impact and the success stories achieved during the project implementation period in the four counties

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CONSULTANCY CALL-DOCUMENTING THE ARDHI KWA KINA MAMA (AKKIMA) PROJECT ACHIEVEMENTS