Over a billion people in Africa need their governments to provide basic public services such as hospitals, schools, sanitation, employment opportunities and much more. When governments fail to deliver, it’s the poor that suffer most. That’s why AGI’s mission is to support effective government in Africa - to make government work for the world’s poorest people.
To achieve this vision, we provide practical advice and support to help African Leaders bridge the gap between their vision for a better future and the capacity of their governments to achieve it. In the last year, this has included helping to end Ebola in West Africa, supporting the set-up of the Development Bank of Nigeria, and reforms in Rwanda that will increase farmers’ incomes and exports.
Our model combines the experience of AGI’s founder and Patron, Tony Blair, with on-the-ground teams of professionals working shoulder-to-shoulder with counterparts in the heart of partner governments to develop capacity and put in place the skills, systems and structures needed to drive delivery on the ground. Currently, AGI is working to support the governments of Sierra Leone, Liberia, Rwanda, Guinea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique and Nigeria.
We are looking for an individual to join our Ethiopia team with the specific objective to build out and service a 2017 pipeline of proposals to fund the project. This role will involve three main activities 1) Refine and update existing first stage donor research, develop donor relationships and build a pipeline of approaches that will secure 60% restricted funding for AGI’s Ethiopia project; 2) Collaborate with staff to submit proposals and submit prospects in-country and support proposal submissions elsewhere in AGI; 3) Embed data, systems and knowledge required for fundraising continuity in-country.
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