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AVIS DE VACANCE DE POSTE: 01 CHAUFFEUR

VACANCE DE POSTE:

01 CHAUFFEUR POUR L'UA-SAFGRAD

 Le bureau technique spécialisé de la Commission de l’Union Africaine pour la promotion de la recherche et du développement agricoles dans les zones semi-arides d’Afrique (SAFGRAD) a été ré-établi en 2003 comme l’un des bureaux techniques placés sous la tutelle du Département de l’Economie Rurale et de l’Agriculture de la CUA. Il est basé à Ouagadougou au Burkina Faso.

Sa mission consiste à promouvoir le développement agricole et rural dans les zones semi-arides d’Afrique. Il a le mandat de faciliter les progrès de la recherche agricole, du transfert et de la diffusion de technologies pour le développement des moyens d’existence dans les zones semi-arides d’Afrique. Le SAFGRAD conçoit et met en œuvre des programmes et des projets conformément à son mandat.

Les principales fonctions de l’UA-SAFGRAD comprennent la facilitation, la coordination, le plaidoyer et le réseautage dans le cadre des efforts régionaux visant à faire avancer l’agenda du développement agricole africain. Il établit des partenariats stratégiques avec des institutions régionales et /ou sous - régionales et internationales en vue d’une collaboration pour des efforts synchronisés et une synergie dans le but de produire des impacts remarquables. L’UA-SAFGRAD est assisté par un Comité Directeur dont les membres sont issus des Communautés Economiques Régionales, des agences compétentes des Nations Unies, des Centres Internationaux de Recherche Agricole et d’institutions régionales et sous – régionales ayant des enjeux dans les fonctions essentielles du bureau.

La Commission de l’Union Africaine lance un appel à candidatures pour le poste suivant:

1.Poste

Titre du Poste:                                  Chauffeur

Grade du Poste:                                GSB7

Lieu d’affectation:                Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

Supérieur hiérarchique:        Chargé des Finances et de l’Administration

 

2. Principales tâches et responsabilités:

  • Conduire et maintenir les véhicules officiels dans un état de propreté      et de service et effectuer les petites tâches d’entretien en cas de besoin;
  • Transporter les Responsables de l’Organisation et le Personnel en      mission dans toutes les Missions Diplomatiques et /ou Bureaux des      Organisations Internationales et de l’Etat et les ramener;

Et prendre toutes les dispositions nécessaires pour les services d’hébergement;

  • Assurer la planification et la préparation des voyages (itinéraires, heures de voyages, calendriers);
  • Conduire les véhicules du bureau pour le transport du personnel autorisé et la livraison / récupération des marchandises, de la valise diplomatique et autres matériels;
  • Effectuer des voyages de terrain tant à l’intérieur qu’à l’extérieur du pays;
  • S’assurer que les mesures nécessaires sont instamment prises selon la réglementation de la CUA et celle du pays hôte en cas d’accident;
  • Respecter les lois régissant la circulation dans le pays hôte
  • Acheminer les documents officiels et /ou prendre et livrer les petits      équipements du bureau
  • Effectuer toutes autres tâches confiées

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2.Qualifications: les candidats doivent être titulaires du Certificat d’Etudes Primaires Elémentaires (CEPE) au minimum. Un niveau d’études plus élevé sera un atout supplémentaire.

 

3.Expérience professionnelle:

  • Les candidats doivent avoir au moins 10 ans d’expérience pertinente.
  • Etre titulaire d’un Permis de Conduire catégorie C,
  • Avoir de bonnes connaissances dans le domaine de la mécanique auto,
  • Avoir une expérience professionnelle pertinente dans une autre organisation internationale sera un atout supplémentaire.

 

5. Connaissances linguistiques: Savoir parler, lire et écrire le Français. La connaissance de toute autre langue de l’UA sera un atout supplémentaire.

 

6. Conditions d’Age:

Les candidats doivent avoir au plus 45 ans.

7. Durée du Contrat: Le recrutement sera fait sur la base d’un contrat à durée déterminée pour une période de trois (3) ans, dont douze premiers mois d’essai. Par la suite, le contrat sera d’une durée de deux ans, renouvelables sous réserve d’un travail satisfaisant.

8. Prise en compte du Genre: La Commission de l’UA garantit les mêmes chances et

opportunités à tous et les femmes remplissant les conditions sont fortement

encouragées à postuler.         

9. Candidature: Pour toute candidature, veuillez soumettre un dossier comprenant les pièces suivantes:

  • Une lettre de demande;
  • Un CV détaillé et actualisé indiquant votre nationalité, âge et sexe;
  • Les noms et adresses complètes (y compris l’adresse e-mail) de trois personnes références;
  • Les copies certifiées des diplômes et certificats.

10. Rémunération: Le salaire de base indicatif et de 6.536 $ US (GSB7 échelon 1) par an plus d’autres avantages connexes –ex: indemnité d’études (75% de frais de scolarité et autres dépenses éducatives connexes pour chaque dépendant éligible à concurrence de 2.520 par enfant par an pour un maximum de 4 enfants), etc.

11. La date limite de dépôt des candidatures est fixée au 29 janvier 2016, à l’adresse suivante:

UA -SAFGRAD

Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

01 BP 1783 Ouagadougou 01

Fax: +22625311586

 

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AU SAFGRAD ATTENDED MISAHEL SEMINAR IN ALGIERS, ALGERIA (2-3 Dec. 2015).

 

AU SAFGRAD attended the Seminar/Workshop on "The African Union development initiatives in the Sahel and the prospects for the implementation of the agreement for peace and reconciliation in Mali"

On December, 2nd and 3rd, 2015 AU SAFRGAD has attended in Algiers, Algeria a seminar on: “The African Union development initiatives in the Sahel and the prospects for the implementation of the agreement for peace and reconciliation in Mali”.

This important meeting was jointly organized by the AU Commission, through the AU Mission for Mali and the Sahel (MISAHEL), and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Popular and Democratic Republic of Algeria. It was attended by relevant international institutions (UN, AfDB, ECOWAS, AUC, G5 Sahel, CILSS, etc.) as well as some countries of the Sahel Region (Mali, Algeria, Nigeria, Guinea, Burkina Faso, etc.). Representatives of some key movements, parties of the Peace Agreement process in northern Mali, were also among the participants.

Mr. Youssoupha MBENGUE, Senior Information and Outreach Officer, who represented the Office, made notably a presentation at this seminar/Workshop. The two main objectives of the seminar/workshop were as follows:

-         Allow the preparation of a clear cartography and inventory of on-going and planned development projects in the Sahel by various AU structures and organs as well as by Regional Economic Communities (RECs), National Governments and International partners. This inventory and cartography should facilitate the coordination between the various actors and the work of the AU in promoting and pleading for the swift implementation of these projects. This action action falls within the priority areas of the “Development” pillar of the AU Strategy for the Sahel Region, adopted by the Peace and Security Council on 11 August 2014; and

-         Encourage various actors involved in the Sahel to accord priority in the implementation of their respective Sahel strategies or initiatives, to relevant parts of the Malian peace accord recently signed (May and June 2015) in view of contributing to its swift implementation, particularly with regard to the development needs of the northern regions of Mali and in consideration of the fact that stabilizing Mali is crucial for te stabilization of the Sahel region as a whole. This action is te core of the AU strategy for te Sahel Region.

The two-day meeting was also an opportunity for exchange on the coordination and monitoring mechanisms for the implementation of the Sahel projects and initiatives of various AU organs and structures under the overall coordination of MISAHEL, on behalf of the AU commission.

 

For more details, Please check  here the Communique final (in French) that has been released at the end the meeting.

 

AU-SAFGRAD’s study on strategic agricultural commodities value chains development in Africa: validation workshop held in Ouagadougou, 3-4 November 2015

AU-SAFGRAD’ study on strategic agricultural commodities value chains development in Africa

Overview:

Agricultural production remains the mainstay of most economies in Africa. The contribution of the sector to household and national food security, employment and overall economic growth cannot be overemphasized. In realization of this, the Heads of States and government of the African Union has committed to the Accelerated African Agricultural Growth and transformation (A3GT) for shared prosperity and improve livelihood, as the flagship for attaining peace prosperity and progress in the continent. Africa Union-SAFGRAD in realization of its mandate in strengthening livelihood resilience has in the last two years been actively involved in agricultural commodities values chain development. The focus of the study is to identify actors and activities along the supply chains that raise transaction costs and result to low competitive advantage of agricultural commodities in Africa, with focus on the semi-arid zones. Our choice of commodities for the study is on produce with high food security and livelihood potential in the Member State (MS).

While acknowledging the disincentive to intra-African trade posed by tariff and non-tariff barriers, however, the initial engagements should be to have a competitive product. The study approach is therefore, based on the assumption that competitive national products and emphasizing local-for-local production are pre-requisites for boosting intra-African trade in agricultural commodities towards achieving goal V of the Malabo declaration.

This study focused on some selected (Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Niger and Sudan)MS in the Sahelo-Saharan zone (using the AU-MISAHEL structure) is the second of AU-SAFGRAD’s series of study on strategic commodities value chains development in Africa, the first study targeted MS in the IGAD region. Five national Consultants from the selected MS were engaged in July 2015 and participated in the methodology harmonization workshop held in Ouagadougou at study inception. The study relied on field level data collected from interviews and discussion sessions held with the primary stakeholders.

Analysis of chain actors’ strengths, weakness, opportunities and threats (SWOT) was done to identify the internal and external forces that impact on their activities. Also, attempt was made to analyze the gender relations of value adding activities, so as to highlight the power relations, along the maize and sorghum supply chain in each country.

The validation workshop is being held in Ouagadougou, 3-4 November 2015 with the presence of RECS (ECOWAS, IGAD, etc.), National Research Institutions (INERA), various International organizations (UNECA, FAO, IFDC, NEPAD, CORAF/WECARD...) and African Union Commission.

- Welcome Remarks (By Dr. Ahmed ELMEKASS, AU SAFGRAD Coordinator)

- Opening Statement ( By HEM Ambassaador of Chad Republik)

- Media (Article from l'OBSERVATEUR PAALGA, Daily Newspaper from Burkina Faso)

- Press Release

- Group Photo

 

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT: HEAD OF REGIONAL OFFICE, AFRICAN BIOSAFETY NETWORK OF EXPERTISE (ABNE) NO.VA/NPCA/22

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT: HEAD OF REGIONAL OFFICE, AFRICAN BIOSAFETY NETWORK OF EXPERTISE (ABNE) NO.VA/NPCA/22

The African Union (AU) established as a unique Pan African continental body, is charged with spearheading Africa’s rapid integration and sustainable development by promoting unity, solidarity, cohesion and cooperation among the peoples of Africa and African States as well as developing a new partnership worldwide. Its Headquarters is located in Addis Ababa, capital city of Ethiopia.

 

The New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) is a programme of the African Union adopted in 2001 in Lusaka, Zambia, aimed primarily at poverty alleviation and promotion of economic growth and sustainable development in Africa. As a consequence of the integration of NEPAD into the structures and processes of the African Union, the NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency (NPCA) has been established by the Decision of the 14th AU Assembly of February 2010 as the technical body of the African Union, in replacement of the NEPAD Secretariat.

 

The mandate of the NEPAD Agency is to:

i.Facilitate and coordinate the implementation of continental and regional priority programmes and projects;

ii.Mobilise resources and partners in support of the implementation of Africa’s priority programmes and projects;

iii.Conduct and coordinate research and knowledge management;

iv.Monitor and evaluate the implementation of programmes and projects; and

v.Advocate on the AU and NEPAD vision, mission and core principles/values.

 

The offices of the NEPAD Agency are located in Midrand, Johannesburg, South Africa.

 

Based on the Host Agreement between the Government of the Republic of South Africa and the African Union for NEPAD to serve as the interim AU Office Operating outside the African Union Headquarters, the NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency invites applicants who are citizens of African Union Member States for the post of Head of Regional Office, African Biosafety Network of Expertise (ABNE).


A.Post

Job Title:                  Head of Regional Office, African Biosafety Network of Expertise (ABNE)

Position Level:        P5

Duty Station:           Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

Supervisor:              Head, NEPAD Science, Technology and Innovation Hub (NSTIH)

 

B.KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS

Under the supervision of the Head of the Science, Technology and Innovation Hub (NSTIH) of the NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency (NPCA) or his/her delegate, the Head of Regional Office, African Biosafety Network of Expertise will work across multiple ABNE domains and will be responsible for the project management, program planning and coordination, prioritization, resource mobilization and financial management. S/he will be responsible for the oversight and reporting related to the day-to-day operation of ABNE Network activities in compliance with the NEPAD Agency policies and procedures. S/he will actively work and liaise with personnel from Michigan State University in implementation of the NEPAD/ABNE programme.

 

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS

1.Provide overall leadership for the ABNE programme including strategic planning, priority setting, technical and programmatic direction to the ABNE network.

2.Plan and implement ABNE programmes and activities in collaboration with ABNE Principal Programme Officer and Programme Officers including training workshops, short courses, study tours, internships, and other programmes.

3.Provide leadership for resource mobilization to expand and sustain the activities of the ABNE network.

4.Diversify partnerships, mobilize African public and private resources, frame innovative financing mechanisms on the basis of potentially remunerated services.

5.Identify and hire suitable consultants to provide additional technical support to ABNE programmes.

6.Supervise and mentor technical and administrative staff of ABNE and conduct annual performance evaluation of the staff.

7.Lead the development of work plans and budgets for ABNE towards the implementation of activities and provide oversight for financial management.

8.Organize annual meetings of the ABNE Technical Advisory Committee and Management Committee for progress review and finalization of annual work plans and budgets.

9.Provide strategic guidance and technical oversight for ABNE publications, policy briefs, newsletters, outreach materials, and web portal.

10. Supervise monitoring, evaluation, and streamline ABNE activities and interface with other service providers and international partners.

11. Advocate, administer and further the vision, mission and objectives of NEPAD Agency ABNE programme across Africa.

12. Liaise with senior government officials in ABNE focus countries for biosafety policy advocacy.

13. Represent ABNE at the Africa-wide Biosafety coordination meeting and other regional and international fora related to biosafety and biotechnology.

14. Prepare and submit to granters annual comprehensive work plans, progress reports, financial and budgetary allocation reports.

15. Perform any other related duties as may be assigned.

 

C.Job requirements

Required Skills and Competencies

i.Excellent technical competence in project/programme management.

ii.Excellent skills in advocacy, resource mobilization and developing partnerships.

iii.Excellent planning, implementation, monitoring & evaluation and reporting skills.

iv.Excellent oral, writing and editing skills.

v.High level of accuracy, attention to detail and thoroughness.

vi.Ability to work under minimal supervision, be proactive, initiative and with sound judgment.

vii.High level of integrity and accountability, flexible approaches to work coupled with enthusiasm, commitment and energetic.

viii. Ability to leverage limited resources and staff for maximum impact.

ix.Ability to perform multiple tasks and work under pressure with a wide range of individuals and institutions.

x.Creative thinking, problem solving, communication and interpersonal skills.

xi.Good organisation and time management skills.

xii.Maintain confidentiality at the highest level at all times.xiii. Sound analytical skills.

xiv. Ability to work in a multi-cultural and multi-national environment.

 

D.Education and Experience: Candidates must have a minimum of a Masters Degree in biological sciences. A relevant first level University degree with extensive experience and proven record in national, regional and international development institutions may be accepted in lieu of an advanced University degree. Agricultural Biotechnology related program/network management experience will be an advantage. Candidates must have at least seven (7) years of relevant post-qualification experience within public sector institutions or similar organizations nationally, regionally and / or internationally, of which at least three (3) years should be in a Management position.

E.Other relevant skills

i.Excellent working knowledge of computer applications (MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint etc).

ii.Working knowledge of policy analysis and development and programme and/or project management, implementation and monitoring.

iii.Technically competent, knowledgeable, with experience in development issues and administrative management.

F.Language requirement: Proficiency in one of the following African Union working languages is a requirement; English, French, Portuguese and Arabic. Knowledge of one or more of the other AU working languages would be an added advantage.

G.Age requirement: Candidates should preferably be between 35 and 50 years old.

H.Tenure of Appointment: The appointment will be made on an AU short-term contract for a period of one (1) year, of which the first three (3) months will be considered as a probationary period. This is renewable subject to performance and availability of funds.

I.Gender Mainstreaming: The NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency is an equal opportunity employer and qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

J.Applications should be forwarded utilizing ‘’Arial’’ font 11.5: To apply, please submit the following:

a.A motivation letter stating reasons for seeking employment with the NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency.

b.A detailed and updated curriculum vitae (CV), not exceeding five (5) pages and indicating your nationality, age and gender.

c.Three (3) referees with good knowledge of the candidate’s work, furnishing full contact details, telephone, fax and e-mail addresses.

d.Certified copies of degrees and diplomas.

K.Remuneration: Indicative basic salary of US$54,059.00 per annum plus other entitlements e.g. Post Adjustment (55% of basic salary), Housing allowance ($23,846.40 per annum), gratuity (15% of gross salary) in conformity with the rules and procedures applicable to internationally recruited staff of the African Union.

L.Applications must be received not later than Monday, 02 November 2015 and should be addressed to:

Head of Human Resources

NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency

P O Box 1234; Halfway House; Midrand, 1685

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Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

The New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) is a vision and strategic framework for Africa’s renewal that is based on a shared understanding that it is imperative to eradicate poverty and position African countries on the road to sustained economic growth and development. NEPAD works closely with the African Union Commission (AUC), regional economic communities, national governments, research institutions and civil society organisations in its efforts to eradicate poverty in Africa whilst also voicing Africa´s concerns at the global level. For more information go to: www.nepad.org

 

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AUC HEAD OF SECURITY AND SAFETY SERVICES VISITED AU SAFGRAD OFFICE IN OUAGADOUGOU, BURKINA FASO

Press Release Nº299/2015

AUC HEAD OF SECURITY AND SAFETY SERVICES VISITED AU SAFGRAD OFFICE IN OUAGADOUGOU, BURKINA FASO

Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso - 19 October 2015. “It is the responsibility of African Union to protect its staff and their families wherever they work!” This was the unmistakable message passed by Mr. Gebre-Egziabher Mebratu, AUC Head of Security and Safety Services, who stayed in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso from 14 to 19 October 2015.


The purpose of this visit that happened only few weeks after the failure of a military coup in the country was “to assess the security and safety conditions on SAFGRAD and other AU offices located in Ouagadougou”. Mr. Gebre-Egziabher Mebratu, assisted by Mr. Kindi Yosef, Security Officer, held with Dr Ahmed ELMEKASS, AU SAFGRAD Coordinator, and his close collaborators, several work sessions before meeting with all the staff and visiting relevant Burkinabe high officials.

The AU SAFGRAD head of mission took the opportunity of these meetings to update his guests on the political situation of the country and the major security and safety risks on AU Offices and staff in Burkina Faso. He particularly recalled the main safety challenges faced by SAFGRAD Office and the staff during the traumatic moments of the military coup attempt last month. During the exchanges, Mr. Gebre-Egziabher raised many security and safety questions before providing general and precious advices and recommendations. “Despite recent unhappy events, Burkina Faso remains peaceful country. Nevertheless, one has to be vigilant. Security and safety measures need to be increased when necessary” he added while talking during a meeting with all the staff. He also confirmed that AUC is working on the increasing of the security and safety system for all its staff and entities regardless of their various locations.

During the mission, AUC Head of Security and Safety Services, paid visit to entities under AUC located in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, including NEPAD ABNE and CIEFFA.

The 5-day mission afforded the AUC Security Head the opportunity to consult with key government Officials. With Mrs Ganou Diaby Kassamba Madina, General Director of Regional Cooperation of Burkina Faso, and Mr. Lazare Tarpaga, Head of National Police Force, Mr. Gebre-Egziabher notably discussed successfully the means of increasing the security and safety of AU staff and entities in Burkina Faso.

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Contact for more details:

Mr. Youssoupha MBENGUE, Information and Outreach Officer, AU SAFGRAD,

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COP 12 event calls for enhanced efforts towards the Great Green Wall initiative

AFRICAN UNION COMMISSION

Directorate of Information and Communication

 PRESS RELEASE Nº288/2015

 COP 12 event calls for enhanced efforts towards the Great Green Wall initiative

‘When Africa Calls, The World answers’

 

Ankara, Turkey 21 October 2015 -H.E. Monique Barbut, Executive Secretary of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) on Thursday 15 Oct 2015 called for “Scaling up Africa’s Great Green Wall for the Sahel and Sahara Initiative. This was during a side event organised within the margins of the Twelfth Conference of Parties of the UNCCD (COP12) which brought together a multitude of partners involved in implementing numerous initiatives in support of the Great Green Wall for the Sahara and the Sahel Initiative.

The event organised by the Africa Union Commission, UNCCD and Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) was designed with the two-fold aim of sharing with the international community the results achieved so far under the Pan-African initiative, and sharing thoughts on the way forward.

H.E. Monique Barbut took the floor with a passionate appeal on the strategic importance of the Great Green Wall for the Sahara and the Sahel Initiative and her personal commitment to ensuring its success.

“My heart has always been on this initiative. The Great Green Wall is the modern world’s greatest endeavor that symbolizes man and nature coming together to overcome some of today’s most urgent challenges: climate change, food security, migration and, of course, land restoration.” She declared. “The Great Green Wall is  far more than simply growing trees, it  is about growing solutions and opportunities; growing resilience to climate change; growing ‘green’ jobs that provide a stable income for African women and youth; about growing food security where 20 million people in the Sahel still go to sleep hungry every night.”

Ms. Barbut committed the UNCCD to embarking on scaling up the Great Green Wall Initiative through partnership with the AUC and stakeholders involved in the cause.

 

AUC Senior Policy Officer for Forestry and Land, Mr. Dampha Almami welcomed the participants and presented a summary of the key achievements of the Initiative to date. And AUC Great Green Wall for the Sahara and Sahel Initiative Coordinator, Dr. Elvis Paul Tangem pointed out that the initiative had become a global platform for combating land degradation and desertification. He reiterated the general call for a similar initiative in other regions of Africa and taking best practices to the Caribbean and Pacific regions, noting that, “the GGWSSI will play a central role in promoting Global Land Degradation Neutrality (LDN) and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).”

A panel question and answer session involving key players in the Great Green Wall for the Sahara and the Sahel Initiative followed the opening session.

By the end of the meeting, the message was clear, “The potential that exists both at the local, national and regional levels needs to be tapped to develop Public and Private partnerships so that through Africa’s Great Green Wall  we can ‘grow a world wonder’ –that serves all humanity for generations to come.”

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For more information contact:

Dr. Elvis Paul TANGEM

Coordinator, GGWSSI

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