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Neem Foundation is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation founded as a direct response to the problem of insecurity in Nigeria. We are committed to improving the lives of populations and communities affected by violence, conflict and displacement through the provision of rehabilitation and reintegration services (including raising the standards of psychological and trauma care), and supporting peace-building and conflict prevention initiatives at the community level.
Economic Assessment of Border Communities in the North East
Neem foundation is looking for a consultant to provide support and assistance to the organizations’s efforts to develop a comprehensive framework for peace. The consultant will be in charge of evaluating and gathering present economic data, conducting vital assessments, appraising current livelihoods activities and local developmental plans, identifying potential partnership opportunities and developing a livelihood strategy as part of a Peace Model.
The strategic plan will comprise of persons living in the IDP camps, host communities and surrounding local communities in specific local governments in Borno and Adamawa States. The consultant will certify that the livelihood strategy would be developed through a consultative process encompassing the involvement and support of representatives of the local communities, government, the host community, the public and the private sector, organizations and other potential partners.
Qualification and Experience
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