Advocacy and Communications Consultant

Are you a passionate advocate for effective, compelling communication – for mutual learning and increased collaboration amongst various faiths? Do you want to make a difference in the lives of young adolescents in the East African region? The Faith to Action Network is looking for you.

Faith to Action Network seeks the services of an advocacy and communications consultant to work with the Health Advocacy Lead, in the development of a regional and national SHARP multi-year advocacy and communications strategy and workplan including key performance indicators. The strategy development process will include:

  • A consolidation of the results from the mapping exercise carried out by SHARP partners to better understand gaps, challenges, and opportunities that the SHARP project faces in pursuing stronger advocacy and communications at the national and regional level. The consultant will therefore compile the analysis and lead a session during the workshop with participating countries to better understand the needs, capacities and perceptions that are critical to this SRHR advocacy and communications strategy.
  • Map and identify the key decision-making audiences for the advocacy and communications strategy. Who are we trying to reach and why?
  • Outline clear goals and objectives, as well as well-crafted messaging, tactics, key activities, deliverables, and an implementation plan with designated roles for each stakeholder and a monitoring, evaluation and learning plan.
  • Present the strategy to the stakeholders to collect input and perspectives from across the SHARP project, build ownership of the strategy and ensure successful implementation with the support of all teams.

How to Apply: 

Please submit your proposal and cover note highlighting your specific experience in developing communications and/or advocacy strategies to HR@faithtoactionetwork.org with the subject line “Advocacy and Communication Specialist” latest by 28th October, 2022

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