Believing in the power of lobbying and raising awareness, Mondiaal FVN for the first time will run a regional program in MENA region to support labor rights and trade exchange between Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon with other European countries. The project will adopt twining and partnership activities between public sector, private sector and international organizations towards achieving project’s goals. The organization is looking for implementing partners to join their team. 

Mondiaal FNV is in the process of establishing a new program in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region within the scope of its Trade Union Collaboration Program (TUCP) and possibly also within its Strategic Partnership (SP) Program. The current term of both programs will end by December 2020. Developments and discussions are underway regarding new multiple-year program starting from 2021.

The Trade Union Collaboration Program (TUCP) primarily supports project partnerships in Lebanon, Jordan and Egypt. Plans are in progress for expansions to other countries in the region. The TUCP program will consist of thematic areas such as social dialogue and high-risk value chains such as construction. Further themes include gender and migration. The focus of the SP is the Ready-Made Garments industry, with the possibility for an expansion to include the leather sector in a new program phase. Thematic areas of the SP are living wage, social dialogue and (the elimination of) gender-based violence and discrimination at work.  Both programs require capacity building of partners including the development of organizational improvement plans and organizational strengthening activities.

>> To learn further more about the Consultancy Assignment and to Download the RFP, Please click here https://darpe.me/darpe-entries/vacancy-regional-consultant-mondiaal-fnv-middle-east-and-north-africa-mena/

>> To find contact information, connect and engage of Mondiaal FVN, Please click here https://darpe.me/implement-entries/mondiaal-fnv/

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