The Albertine Rift Conservation Society (ARCOS Network) was founded in 1995 with the mission “To enhance biodiversity conservation and sustainable management of natural resources through the promotion of collaborative conservation action for nature and people”. ARCOS is a registered charity and company limited by guarantee in the UK and has offices in Kampala (Uganda), and Kigali (Rwanda). In collaboration with Rwanda Water and Forestry Authority, ARCOS is starting the implementation of a major 20-years project on “Building Resilience to Climate Change and Sustainable Livelihoods in Rwanda’s Agro-systems (Agroforestry & Livelihoods Project)”, with support from the Livelihoods Fund. The project will be initially implemented in 4 landscapes of Rulindo District (Cyohoha, Muyanza and Yanze Landscapes) and Bugesera District (Musenyi-Ntarama Landscape). ARCOS is also starting a project on “Eco-Schools Programme in Rwanda” in collaboration with REMA, UNESCO and Danish Outdoor Council. It is in this framework that ARCOS is advertising for the following positions:
Coordinate, provide advice and support farmers, community groups and tree nursery managers on tree planting and other project activities; Document and report on project progress.
BSc degree in Forestry, Agriculture, Ecology, Natural Resource Management; Experience in community development and tree nursery management and interpersonal skills.
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