Family Health International 360 (FHI 360) is a nonprofit organization focused on human development, which works to improve sustainable living conditions by promoting integrated solutions adapted to the local context. FHI 360 is present in more than 70 countries and throughout the United States.
The Bridge to Middle School project is a systems-strengthening and capacity-building intervention that seeks to improve students’ ability to master key skills in the upper primary and middle school (“junior secondary”) grades and to facilitate the transition between the two levels of schooling. Activities will address a) the ability of teachers to teach critical thinking, and students to master, literacy skills, math skills, and science skills in the upper primary grades; b) the ability of the Moroccan education system to provide high-quality literacy instruction in English and Arabic in the middle school years; and c) the ability of the Moroccan education system to provide high-quality STEM (science, technology, and math) instruction in the middle school years. Additionally, the project will build subrecipients’ capacities to directly respond to the development problems prioritized by the USAID Mission in Morocco.
As part of the strengthening of its Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning team, FHI 360 Morocco is recruiting for its Rabat office one (1) MONITORING, EVALUATION AND LEARNING (MEL) MANAGER.