Reelforge Media Monitoring is the region's most exciting, advanced and fastest growing media monitoring and intelligence company.

Reelforge is a Kenyan company that was formed with a clear and focused mission: To completely redefine media monitoring within the region.

We invite applications for Media Analysts to join our hard working innovative team:

Qualifications and skills:
  • Minimum of a Diploma but a Degree would be preferred from a recognised Institution with a bias in Journalism /Marketing / Management / Business will be added advantage.
  • Must have prior experience in the Media Industry
  • Must have good IT skills.
  • Business writing skills
  • Communication and presentation skills
  • Must have good Customer relations and organisational skills with experience of planning and prioritising tasks and events
  • A Kenyan between 22 - 30 years, physically fit, able to work long hours.
If you meet the above requirements, send in your CV stating your current remuneration and day time telephone contact to gladys.karuga@reelforge.com

We invite applications for sales persons to sell our tracking product (premier vehicle tracker).

Positions

1. Head of sales (one) minimum qualifications diploma in sales and marketing and over two years experience in a tracking firm

2. Sales executives (three) minimum qualifications diploma and experience in sales in tracking company

We will give a retainer and commissions on sales

Send your CV TO sales@autoscope.co.ke

Deadline for submission 10th Feb 2011

The TED Fellows program is designed to bring together young world-changers and trailblazers who have shown unusual accomplishment and exceptional courage. The program targets individuals from the Asia/Pacific region, Africa, the Caribbean, Latin America and the Middle East, though anyone from anywhere in the world, age 18 and over, is welcome to apply.

TED is accepting applications for its 2011 TED Fellows program which is designed to bring together young world-changers and trailblazers who have shown unusual accomplishment and exceptional courage.

The program targets individuals from the Asia/Pacific region, Africa, the Caribbean, Latin America and the Middle East, though anyone from anywhere in the world, age 18 and over, is welcome to apply.

The TED Fellows participate in either our TED Conference in Long Beach, California or the TEDGlobal event in Edinburgh, U.K. In addition to attending the conferences, Fellows will participate in specially designed pre-conference programs with training from the world’s experts in spreading great ideas.

Applications for TEDGlobal 2011 Fellows are due by Friday, March 11, 12:00pm US/Eastern.
For more information, visit http://www.ted.com/pages/view/id/242

Concept notes invited for USAID’s Global Development Alliance

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is seeking concept notes for the FY2011 Global Development Alliance (GDA) Annual Program Statement.
The Global Development Alliance is an innovative public-private alliance model for improving social and economic conditions in developing countries. It invites interest from prospective partner organizations to form innovative Global Development Alliances that contribute significantly towards the achievement of results for USAID’s key initiatives addressing issues of global health, climate change, food security, water, technology and innovation.

USAID is keen to support Alliance partners who will bring significant new resources, ideas, technologies and/or partners to address significant development problems and challenges. “Successful proposals will bring at least a 1:1 resource leveraging to address Agency initiatives or other significant development challenges within USAID’s manageable interest. and will clearly articulate the unique value that the private sector brings to a particular development challenge or Agency initiative, such as helping to increase the scale, efficiency, effectiveness and/or sustainability of an initiative.”
Through these partnerships, USAID seeks to support high-priority initiatives currently in operation such as Feed the Future (food security), Global Climate Change and the Global Health Initiative. In addition to these, there are other areas under which alliances can propose projects. These areas are:
  • Anti-corruption/democracy and governance/civil society strengthening
  • Humanitarian assistance
  • Disaster preparedness, response and recovery
  • Economic policy and trade and regulatory reform
  • Information technology
Concept notes for discussion have to be submitted to the local USAID Mission located in one’s own country. Based upon the review of the concept notes, full applications will be requested from the selected applicants. The concept notes will be accepted through 30 September 2011. More information at this link.
For the benefit of NGOs in developing countries, we have tried to simplify the concept of USAID’s Global Development Alliance and how an organization can apply for it.

USAID is only accepting concept notes initially from applicants under the Global Development Alliance Annual Program Statement. The concept note should not exceed more than 5 pages (standard margins, 12pt font).
Following is the format to be used for developing the concept note:

Cover Page/Introduction:
  1. Include the Solicitation Number (APS No: M/OAA/GRO/EGAS – 11-002011) from this solicitation;
  2. Identify the Mission(s) receiving the concept paper, as well as the individual(s) at the Mission(s) who received the paper;
  3. Name and address of organization;
  4. Type of organization (e.g., for-profit, non-profit, university, etc.);
  5. Contact point (lead contact name; relevant telephone, and e-mail information). Regional or multi-country applications should provide the name and contact details of at least one local partner for each country targeted in the program;
  6. Names of other organizations (federal and non-federal as well as any other USAID offices) to whom you are/have submitted the application and/or are funding the proposed activity; and
  7. Signature of authorized representative of the applicant.
Technical Information:
  1. Concise title, objective and description of proposed activity;
  2. Discussion of the objectives, the method of approach, the anticipated results, and how the work will help address a significant development challenge and accomplish a field Mission or WOU’s specific strategic objectives for that development challenge within a defined timeframe;
  3. Roles, level of effort responsibilities and contributions of the prospective partner organization(s);
  4. Brief discussion of how the key activity will be sustainable without continued USAID funding after the GDA program ends; and
  5. Type of support and amounts the applicant requests from USAID (e.g., funds, facilities, equipment, materials, personnel resources, etc.).
Supporting Information:
  1. Proposed estimated cost;
  2. Brief cost breakdown (e.g., salaries, travel, etc.), with proposed budget and projections
  3. Proposed amount of the applicant’s financial as well as in-kind participation (clearly identify which resources are cash and which are in-kind and provide information on the nature of the in-kind contributions);
  4. Proposed amount of leverage from prospective partners, both cash as well as in-kind;
  5. Proposed duration of the GDA activity; and
  6. Brief description of applicant’s, as well as prospective or existing partner’s (or partners’), previous work and experience.
After completing the concept note, submit it to the USAID Mission office in your country (do not forget to mark the letter with the title: Global Development Alliance). A copy of it has to be emailed to gda@usaid.gov

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