Pact Inc. has been operating in the Horn of Africa for over 25 years, implementing several projects with local CSOs across a variety of sectors. These projects, implemented in partnership with local CSOs, have included but are not limited to: good governance cross-border peacebuilding, community conservation, health, and HIV/AIDS, women’s empowerment, artisanal gold mining, and natural resource management, At the foundation of all of these projects is Pact’s capacity development approach.
The Expanding Access to Justice (EAJ) program, funded by USAID under the Human Rights Support Mechanism (HRSM), focuses on increasing awareness and general knowledge of legal rights, human rights, and options for recourse, especially for Somali women, youth, and marginalized groups. It responds to citizens’ needs by supporting civil society and justice actors in sustainably improving the quality and scope of legal services. The program’s aim is to ensure that individuals and communities, especially women and marginalized groups, obtain a rights-based resolution of their justice issues. The program is implemented by Pact and the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI).
EAJ is looking for to recruit a creative, savvy, high achiever with an outstanding record in photography/videography work. This STTA role provides an excellent opportunity to work with the EAJ team in the model court assessment, meetings and other EAJ field works in some districts in Mogadishu and at DFS Compound in Adden Adde International Airport (AAIA), Somalia.
The primary focus of this role will involve:
B. OBJECTIVES & SCOPE OF WORK
Based in Mogadishu, the successful candidate will be challenged to provide professional photographic coverage to EAJ events and activities. For this purpose, EAJ shall contract individual consultant(s) to provide photography services taking into consideration the varying styles and availability of photographers. All photographers/videographers must have a valid license enabling them to perform the work.
Candidate must possess following competencies: