Through the component "Environmental Education" of the Forest-environment Program (PFE), the project will facilitate the improvement of the institutional positioning of the associations Réseau des Parlementaires pour la Gestion Durable des Écosystèmes Forestiers d’Afrique Centrale (REPAR) and Réseau des Chefs Traditionnels pour la Conservation de la Biodiversité et la Gestion Durable des Ecosystèmes du Bassin du Congo (RecTrad) by strengthening their capacities to build environmental communication (with a focus on urban and rural youth).
Expected results from the support include the definition and implementation by these organizations of environmental awareness messages in close connection with the communities they represent at the core;
they capitalize on good practices that can document advocacy.
Quality control of the processes of understanding and raising environmental awareness through local representatives REPAR and RECTRAD and other civil society organisations and non-
Supporting the involvement of REPAR and RECTRAD representatives in designing and implementing initiatives funded by GIZ's competition fund
Block of activities linked with the facilitation of a local dynamics with the target public for environmental education (Clubs of the Friends of Nature in primary and secondary schools)
Supporting the monitoring and evaluation of the impact of REPAR and RECTRAD’s action on the public and on decision-makers in terms of environmental awareness
Block of activities linked with the analysis of the processes of mobilizing the representatives
Multidisciplinary training of the environmental communication, campaigns, type or master’s degree in organization management or project management or any other equivalent training
A first successful experience of several years supporting actors of civil society at the national level on environmental issues, forestry, biodiversity in developing countries
Competences in pedagogy for adults appreciated, facilitation skills
Confirmed interest in expatriation
Team spirit and sensitivity to a multi-player collaboration; willingness to engage in political dialogue, use of communication tools
Interest in the participatory approach and associative management; adaptability, versatility, and patience highly recommended
Basic IT tools
Good knowledge of French and English