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          Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary, le dauphin qui ne fait pas l'unaimité      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A la une ce soir : les réactions en République Démocratique du Congo au lendemain de la désignation du candidat de la majorité présidentielle. La figure de l’opposition zimbabwéenne présentée devant la justice pour incitation à la violence, enfin le lac Boukou au Burkina Faso. Ce réservoir d’eau est victime du réchauffement climatique.
          Paediatrician at Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) is a regional group of fifteen West African countries. Founded on 28 May 1975, with the signing of the Treaty of Lagos, its mission is to promote economic integration across the region. Location: Republic of Sierra Leone Category: ECOWAS International Volunteer Type of Contract: ECOWAS Volunteers Programme. Non-Family Position Expected Start Date: 15th September 2018 Duration: One (01) year, renewable (depending on budget availability and satisfactory performance) Preamble The ECOWAS Youth and Sports Development Centre (EYSDC), was created by the Decision A/DEC.13/01/05 of 19th January 2005 at Accra, Ghana as a specialized Agency of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). At the 32nd session of the ECOWAS Summit held in June 2007, the Heads of States and Government adopted a new approach to regional integration by approving a new global vision called the ECOWAS Vision 2020 The principal objective of this vision is to move the Community from an «ECOWAS of States» to an «ECOWAS of Peoples» by the year 2020. Consequently, the EYSDC implements her policies, activities and strategic action plans, as well as the ECOWAS vision in the areas of youth and sports, including the ECOWAS Volunteers Programme. The EYSDC's objective is to initiate, develop, coordinate and implement youth and sports programmes within the Community. To this end, it works to: Mobilise the different segments of the population to ensure their integration and effective participation in the social development of the region, as well as the promotion of youth organisations and professional associations to ensure maximum participation in the activities of the Community; provide a permanent institutional framework within ECOWAS through which issues related to Youth and Sports activities in the sub-region can be developed and promoted. Organizational Framework of the Centre The Youth and Sports Development Centre (EYSDC) is one of the Directorates under the Social Affairs and Gender Department of the ECOWAS Commission. It is based in Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso) under the headquarters agreement signed between the Burkina Faso authorities and the ECOWAS Commission. Decision N° A/DEC 13/01/2005 of 19th January 2005 had adopted the organizational structure comprising of four Divisions (Youth, Sports, Administration and Finance, and TIC). However, since 2008, the Centre has undergone some structural modifications following the transfer of the ECOWAS Volunteers Programme (EVP) from the Political Affairs, Peace and Security Department of the Commission (CPAPS) to the EYSDC, under the Social Affairs and Gender Department. The EVP is centralized in organisation, but decentralized in its application to allow for flexibility and adaptation to the current realities of each country. The strategic directions, including the formulation of the overall vision, goals and objectives of the Programme, is the responsibility of the Regional Coordination Council (RCC), whose role, among others, is to ensure that the EVP becomes a genuine voluntary arm of ECOWAS. Being a cross-cutting programme, the ECOWAS Volunteers Regional Coordination Council (RCC) includes representatives of relevant departments of the ECOWAS Commission. The RCC is chaired by the Commissioner for Social Affairs and Gender of the ECOWAS Commission. She is assisted by the Director of the ECOWAS Youth and Sports Development Centre (EYSDC), as Alternate Chairman of the RCC. The executive arm of the RCC is the Regional Office, provided by the EYSDC in Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso). The programme's regional coordination activities are coordinated by a Regional Coordinator under the supervision of the EYSDC Director. Although the EVP is under the Youth Division of the EYSDC, it is directly supervised by the EYSDC Director for effectiveness. At the National level, the National Coordination Council (NCC) serves as the national body through which national policy guidelines for the Programme are given. This Council works towards the understanding and entrenchment of the Volunteer Programme in the national environment. It also serves as advisor to the country office, which is responsible for the coordination of the Programme at national level. The NCC is chaired by the Head of the ECOWAS National Office in the country. It is made up of Focal Points/Representatives of the various ministries, Civil Society Organisations, United Nations Agencies and local youth associations involved in the implementation of the Programme at the National level. Duties and Responsibilities The ECOWAS Volunteer Paediatrician will work directly with the Ministry of Health and Sanitation of Sierra Leone and undertake the following duties and responsibilities: Carry out comprehensive examination; perform and interpret diagnostic tests on children on a regular basis to assess their mental growth and physical development to determine medical condition and prescribed treatment. Monitor patient condition and progress and re-evaluate treatments as necessary. Plan and execute medical care programs to aid in the mental and physical growth and development of children and adolescent. Prescribe and or administer treatment, vaccination and other specialised medical care to treat or prevent illness, injury in infants and children. Carry out minor surgical procedures on patients to remove, repair or improve functioning of injured body parts and system or to treat condition in patient. Collect, record and maintain patient information such as medical history, report and examination result. Ensure prompt referrals are done to other specialist when necessary. Advice patients, parents or guardians on procedures and discuss tests results or prescribed treatments with patients and parents or guardians. Conduct or participate in community outreach programs to sensitize community members on diet, activities, hygiene and measures to ensure disease prevention. Direct and coordinate Nurses, medical Students and other junior medical personnel on morbidity and mortality meetings and other activities on research programs and management of pediatric illnesses. Perform any other assigned official duty. Required Qualifications and Experience Education: Must be a qualified Medical Practitioner Must possess a Post Master's Degree in Pediatrics. Work Experience and Other Skills: Must have served as a Senior Registrar for at least four (4) years. Must have an updated registration license with Medical and Dental Council (MDCSL). Must be a Member/Fellow of the West African College of Physician (Paediatrics). Ability to work within a multidisciplinary team Good written and verbal communication skills Knowledge of volunteerism is an asset Ability to work with little supervision Good computer skills - Office Suite; Language Requirements: Perfect command of the English language (written and oral) is mandatory. Knowledge of any other official language of ECOWAS (French or Portuguese) will be considered an asset / advantage. Conditions of Service An initial contract for 12 months will be offered with a Monthly Living Allowance of 1,112.5 USD or its equivalent in local currency. At the beginning of the assignment, and only where applicable, a settling-in grant will be paid, and a resettlement grant will be provided at the end of the assignment. Where applicable, air transport from home country to the duty station and return at end of mission is also provided. A life and health insurance cover for the incumbent of the position will be provided. Other conditions of service as stipulated in the EVP Management and Administration Manual and Handbook of Conditions of Service shall apply. Other Conditions: The position is open to nationals of ECOWAS Member States, aged not more than 42 years by the date of recruitment. This position is considered a non-family ECOWAS International Volunteer position. An international ECOWAS Volunteer cannot serve in their own country of origin. ECOWAS is committed to promoting gender equality and equity. To this end, female candidates are strongly encouraged.
          Senior Environmental and Health and Safety Specialist at The West African Power Pool (WAPP)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Blueprint Consult Company Limited - Our client, the West African Power Pool (WAPP), is an institution established by the mandate of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to, among others, develop a sustainable regional electricity supply system in order to promote the economic growth of the ECOWAS sub region. To achieve this objective, there is the need for WAPP to establish a regional electricity market in West Africa through the appropriate development and implementation of key infrastructure so that all ECOWAS member states are given access to economic energy resources. Blueprint Consult Company Limited, on behalf of WAPP, is recruiting for the key position of the implementation Management Unit (IMU) and invites qualified professional to submit their applications for consideration in the capacity below:Location: IMU Head Office, Abuja, Nigeria Project Name: Nigeria - Niger - Benin/Togo - Burkina (North Core) Interconnection Project Employing Institution: Implementation Management Unit (IMU) of the North Core Project Reports to: Director of IMU Appointment: Full time, approximately 36 months Project Background Within the framework of the West African Power Pool (WAPP), the Governments of Nigeria, Niger, Benin, Togo and Burkina are collaborating to develop a sub-regional interconnection project referred to as the 330 kV WAPP North Core Project. The project involves the construction of approximately 875 km of 330 kV transmission lines from Nigeria to Burkina Faso, through Niger, and Benin The project will also involve the electrification of rural communities located within a 5 km radius on both sides of the line, and the implementation of a number of environmental and social mitigation measures. These include, among others, the implementation of the Environmental and Social Management Plans (ESMPs), Health and Safety Plans (H&S Plans) and Resettlement Action Plans (RAPs) to provide for persons and communities affected by project implementation activities The project is being financed by The Agence Française de Développement (AFD), African Development Bank (AfDB), European Union (EU) and the World Bank (WB) Given the regional dimension of the project, and in order to enhance its coordination, the Ministers in charge of Energy of the North Core countries agreed to put in place an institutional framework which includes the set up of an Implementation Management Unit (IMU) to, among others, assist in the preparation and physical implementation of the North Core project. Job Purpose The Senior Environmental and Health and Safety Specialist provides policy and technical guidance on environmental, social, and health and safety issues for the North Core project This includes leading environmental, social, health and safety compliance activities, reviewing, in collaboration with regulatory institutions, and implementing environmental, social, health and safety policies and guidelines, monitoring the implementation of the Environmental and Social Management Plans (ESMPs), Health and Safety Plans (H&S Plans) and the Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) and reporting on all environmental, social, health and safety issues relating to the project. The job holder will also oversee compensation processing for project affected persons, and collaborate with the Senior Social Safeguards Specialist to undertake crop and property enumeration, as well as facilitate prompt payment of compensations. Specific Responsibilities The Senior Environmental and Health and Safety Specialist will be responsible for a minimum of the following key tasks: Facilitate processes for the acquisition of environmental permits and Rights of Way (RoW); Review and update environmental and social safeguards and health and safety procedures where required; Ensure the preparation and review of Environmental and Social Management Plans (ESMPs), Construction ESMPs (CESMPs), Health and Safety Plans (H&S Plans) and the Resettlement Action Plans (RAPs) and coordinate their implementation; Coordinate with regulatory agencies and bodies within the project area to ensure environmental and health and safety compliance and enforcement of relevant standards, rules and regulations; Perform work assignments related to environmental and health and safety inspections, compliance, monitoring, regulation, and research; Ensure adherence to environmental safeguards and health and safety procedures; Conduct regular field inspections with environmental and health and safety officers and maintain accurate reporting mechanisms; Establish and generate accurate data related to environmental and health and safety complaints within the project area; Provide guidance and direction to management for ensuring environmental and health and safety compliance; Generate environmental and health and safety reports on a regular basis. Qualification and Experience The Senior Environmental and Health and Safety Specialist must have a minimum of the following: Master's Degree and above in a relevant field of study such as Environmental Science or Natural Resource Management with at least eight (8) years post-qualification experience as Environmental Specialist for a similar project, as well as Health and Safety experience in similar projects; Bachelor's Degree/HND in Environmental Science, Natural Resource Management or other related field combined with specialized experience of a minimum of fifteen (15) years as Environmental Specialist on a similar project, may be considered in lieu of a Postgraduate Degree The candidate should have a certification in Health and Safety and have at least 5 years experience in Health and Safety in similar projects. Proven track record in working on projects covering a range of environmental and health and safety issues; Regional experience in coordinating and working with multi-disciplinary teams and project stakeholders is desirable. Required Knowledge: An excellent knowledge of the following relevant areas is required: Relevant procedures, regulations and legal framework in environmental management; Structure of Environmental Protection Agencies (EPA) and other regulatory agencies or bodies within the project area; Creative and innovative techniques for planning and implementing environmental and health and safety policies and guidelines; Demonstrated capacity to lead operational and analytical tasks; Ability to supervise and motivate a project team i.e. well developed team building skills; Field experience is essential; Experience in regional projects will be an added advantage. Skills and Competencies: The following skills are required for effective performance: Ability to cultivate supportive relationships with work related institutions, partners, members of project affected communities; Excellent organizational skills with the ability to work in a multicultural environment and under pressure; Demonstrated ability to work independently with limited supervision on a wide range of environmental and health and safety activities, and achieving results with agreed upon objectives and deadlines; Excellent oral and written communication skills, and familiarity with relevant computer software (MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel, AutoCad); Decision making and problem solving skills Excellent interpersonal skills. Job Relationships Reporting Relationships: The Senior Environmental and Health and Safety Specialist will report to the Director of the IMU and will supervise all field environmental and health and safety officers. Working Relationships: The Senior Environmental and Health and Safety Specialist will establish and maintain good working relationships with all Environmental Regulatory Agencies and Bodies within the Project Area (Agencies, City Councils, Village Development Committees (VDC's) and all other Project Stakeholders. Job Location: The Senior Environmental and Health and Safety Specialist will be resident at the Head Office of the IMU in Abuja (Nigeria) but will be required to undertake frequent visits to the field offices of the IMU and the project sites. Language: A key requirement for the position is having proficiency in English and French. Duration The position of Senior Environmental and Health and Safety Specialist is for a term of approximately thirty six (36) months This is a full time position and the jobholder must demonstrate the required dedication and commitment to achieving results. Job Context The responsibilities and tasks of the Senior Environmental and Health and Safety Specialist will be executed both within the office context and on the field The job holder will therefore, be expected to travel periodically to various locations within the project countries and/or beyond to carry out field work S/he will be required to put in a minimum of forty (40) hours per week but may also have to perform duties outside of normal working hours, as necessary. Reporting Requirements: The Senior Environmental and Health and Safety Specialist will prepare and submit activity reports at the end of each month, to the Director of the IMU for approval as well as prepare various environmental and health and safety reports on a regular basis. Performance Criteria The following will be part of performance assessment criteria for the position: Timely acquisition of project environmental permits and Rights of Way (RoW); High level environmental and health and safety compliance on the project and enforcement of relevant standards, rules and regulations; Agreed/acceptable number of environmental and health and safety inspections and monitoring activities undertaken within a given time frame (to be established in consultation with IMU Director); Establishment of accurate environmental and health and safety reporting mechanisms; Acquisition of accurate data relating to environmental and health and safety complaints within the project area. Other criteria may be developed by the Director of the IMU based on deliverables agreed with the jobholder. Performance Evaluation The performance of the Senior Environmental and Health and Safety Specialist will be evaluated annually by the Director of the IMU, based on the above performance criteria, an annual work plan and deliverables agreed upon at the beginning of the appraisal period. Quarterly performance reviews will however, be conducted by the Director to facilitate the identification and prompt management of performance related issues. Additional Information The job holder is required to be fluent in French and English. Ability to use relevant computer software (MS Word, Excel, Power Point) as well as the internet is also a key requirement for all positions. This is a full time position, envisaged for a term of approximately 36 months. Successful candidates will be stationed at the IMU Head Office in Abuja, Nigeria but will be required to make frequent visits to the field offices of the IMU and/or project sites located in any of the following countries: Nigeria, Niger, Benin, Togo and Burkina Faso. Shortlisted candidates must be ready to travel for interviews within two (2) weeks from the date of notification.
          Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist at The West African Power Pool (WAPP)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Blueprint Consult Company Limited - Our client, the West African Power Pool (WAPP), is an institution established by the mandate of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to, among others, develop a sustainable regional electricity supply system in order to promote the economic growth of the ECOWAS sub region. To achieve this objective, there is the need for WAPP to establish a regional electricity market in West Africa through the appropriate development and implementation of key infrastructure so that all ECOWAS member states are given access to economic energy resources. Blueprint Consult Company Limited, on behalf of WAPP, is recruiting for the key position of the implementation Management Unit (IMU) and invites qualified professional to submit their applications for consideration in the capacity below:Location: IMU Head Office, Abuja, Nigeria Project Name: Nigeria - Niger - Benin/Togo - Burkina (North Core) Interconnection Project Employing Institution: Implementation Management Unit (IMU) of the North Core Project Reports to: Director of IMU Appointment: Full time, approximately 36 months Language required: Proficiency in English or French with a working knowledge of the second language Project Background Within the framework of the West African Power Pool (WAPP), the Governments of Nigeria, Niger, Benin, Togo and Burkina are collaborating to develop a sub-regional interconnection project referred to as the 330 kV WAPP North Core Project. The project involves the construction of approximately 875 km of 330 kV transmission lines from Nigeria to Burkina Faso, through Niger, and Benin. The project will also involve the electrification of rural communities located within a 5 km radius on both sides of the line, and the implementation of a number of environmental and social mitigation measures. These include, among others, the implementation of Resettlement Action Plans (RAPs) to provide for persons and communities affected by project implementation activities. The project is being financed by The Agence Française de Développement (AFD), African Development Bank (AfDB), European Union (EU) and the World Bank (WB). Given the regional dimension of the project, and in order to enhance its coordination, the Ministers in charge of Energy of the North Core countries agreed to put in place an institutional framework which includes the set up of an Implementation Management Unit (IMU) to, among others, assist in the preparation and physical implementation of the North Core project. Job Purpose The Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist will assume full responsibility for preparing the overall M&E strategy of the project. S/he will be responsible for strategy implementation and overseeing monitoring and evaluation of all project related activities and programs. S/he will provide leadership in the design, monitoring and evaluation of the Monitoring and Evaluation Plan as well as ensure compliance with requirements of the funding institutions. The job holder will be responsible for collecting and analyzing project performance and monitoring work plans of the IMU. S/he will manage evaluations and support the Director of the IMU in using performance information for decision-making and resource allocation. S/he will also be responsible for preparing and compiling periodic monitoring and reporting documents. Job Context The responsibilities and tasks of the Senior M&E Specialist will be executed within an office context but involves extensive field work as well. The jobholder will therefore, be expected to travel periodically to various locations within the project countries and/or beyond. S/he will be required to put in a minimum of forty (40) hours per week but may also have to perform duties outside of normal working hours, as necessary. Specific Responsibilities The Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist will be responsible for a minimum of the following key tasks: Prepare a draft of the M&E Plan for the North Core Project in consultation with the IMU team and key stakeholders, and manage the implementation of such plan; Develop an M&E Manual and data collection protocols for the project and ensure that the technical staff and project implementing partners comply with the manual; Oversee and manage routine data collection, data analysis, and reporting, including, results reporting by implementing partners, and any design of surveys; Participate in the monitoring of the project components through site visits, review of project reports, and review of secondary data; Organize and oversee regular reviews of data quality, maintain performance data quality standards, and oversee the process for independent data quality assessments; Manage sub-contractors, consultants to ensure that M&E deliverables are of high quality and submitted in a timely manner; Provide M&E related comments on all other project technical documents (e.g. work plans. Terms of Reference, and contracting agreements, and ensure that M&E reporting requirements are complied with; Coordinate the setting up and management of the project Geographic Information System (GIS) and Management Information System (MIS), including all related activities such as data collection tools and formats, data entry, data analysis, and reporting; Be the lead person in the design and implementation of any internal and/or external performance evaluation; Ensure that the project M&E Plan is periodically updated, including performance reference sheets; Coordinate project technical staff in the preparation of periodic reports, including Quarterly and Annual Performance Reports; Respond to requests for information on data sources, data measurement methods, frequency of data collection, and disaggregation. Monitor and update all M&E budgets, work plans, and contracts; Provide M&E guidance to other IMU technical team members and to other implementing partners throughout project implementation; Serve as a focal point for funding agencies in their project monitoring and evaluation; Support the IMU Director in the preparation of various project progress reports and summary notes for the attention of stakeholders and donors and advise the Director on the use of performance information in decision making and resource allocation. Qualification and Experience The Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist must have a minimum of the following: Masters degree and above in a relevant field of study such as Social Sciences, Economics, Psychology, and Mathematics as well as qualifications, and proven use of Statistics. At least eight (8) years of progressively responsible experience in monitoring and evaluation, five (5) of which should have been in projects of similar complexity (multiple locations and stakeholders, regional project). Proven experience in monitoring and evaluation of projects funded by multilateral partners; Experience in monitoring Energy projects or in the electricity sector will be an advantage. Experience in managing surveys with electronic data collection tools. Required Knowledge Excellent knowledge of the following relevant areas is required: M&E procedures and guidelines of international funding institutions, in particular The World Bank (WB), African Development Bank (AfDB), European Union (EU) and Agence Française de Développement (AFD); Procurement procedures, including preparation of Terms of Reference (TOR) and/or contract management; M&E system design and management. Skills and Competencies The following skills and competencies are required for effective performance: Ability to work in multidisciplinary and multilingual team; Strong organizational and administrative skills; Excellent interpersonal skills; Ability to initiate, manage and perform varied tasks in a dynamic environment; Strong oral and written communications skills with a proven ability to convey information clearly and concisely; good analytic writing skills; synthesis and report writing skills; Excellent ability to use relevant statistical software (such as STATA or SPSS), GIS software, such as ArcGIS and other relevant software such as MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Good internet skills. Job Relationships Reporting relationship: The Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist will report to the Director of IMU. Working relationship: The job holder will collaborate with key project stakeholders in the execution of his/her responsibilities. These include IMU staff, contractors, project consultants and funding institutions. Job Location: The Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist will be resident at the Head Office of the IMU in Abuja (Nigeria) but may be required to undertake frequent field visits. Language: The Senior M&E Specialist must be fluent in English or French with a working knowledge of the second language. Duration: The position of Senior M&E Specialist is for a term of approximately thirty six (36) months. This is a full time position and the jobholder must demonstrate the required dedication and commitment to achieving results. Reporting Requirements: The Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist will prepare and submit various reports as required to the IMU Director and project financing institutions. These will include monthly, quarterly and annual project/progress reports, baseline and other evaluation reports. Performance Criteria The following will be part of performance assessment criteria for the position: Development of a comprehensive Monitoring and Evaluation Plan in accordance with project objectives; Development of a comprehensive data base for the project; Timely submission of high quality monthly, quarterly and annual project/progress reports to the IMU Director; Submission of baseline report and other evaluation reports to IMU Director and financing institutions; Development of effective communication mechanisms with IMU staff, work teams and/or departments/units to ensure responsiveness to M&E requirements. Other criteria may be developed by the Director of the IMU based on deliverables agreed with the jobholder. Performance Evaluation The performance of the Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist will be evaluated annually by the Director of the IMU, based on the above performance criteria, an annual work plan and deliverables agreed upon at the beginning of the appraisal period. Quarterly performance reviews will however, be conducted by the Director to facilitate the identification and prompt management of performance related issues. Additional Information Ability to use relevant computer software (MS Word, Excel, Power Point) as well as the internet is also a key requirement for this position. This is a full time position, envisaged for a term of approximately 36 months. Successful candidates will be stationed at the IMU Head Office in Abuja, Nigeria but will be required to make frequent visits to the field offices of the IMU and/or project sites located in any of the following countries: Nigeria, Niger, Benin, Togo and Burkina Faso. Shortlisted candidates must be ready to travel for interviews within two (2) weeks from the date of notification.
          Senior Procurement Specialist at The West African Power Pool (WAPP)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Blueprint Consult Company Limited - Our client, the West African Power Pool (WAPP), is an institution established by the mandate of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to, among others, develop a sustainable regional electricity supply system in order to promote the economic growth of the ECOWAS sub region. To achieve this objective, there is the need for WAPP to establish a regional electricity market in West Africa through the appropriate development and implementation of key infrastructure so that all ECOWAS member states are given access to economic energy resources. Blueprint Consult Company Limited, on behalf of WAPP, is recruiting for the key position of the implementation Management Unit (IMU) and invites qualified professional to submit their applications for consideration in the capacity below:Location: IMU Head Office, Abuja, Nigeria Project Name: Nigeria - Niger - Benin/Togo - Burkina (North Core) Interconnection Project Employing Institution: Implementation Management Unit (IMU) of the North Core Project Reports to: Director of IMU Appointment: Full time, approximately 36 months Language required: Proficiency in English and French Project Background Within the framework of the West African Power Pool (WAPP), the Governments of Nigeria, Niger, Benin, Togo and Burkina are collaborating to develop a sub-regional interconnection project referred to as the 330 kV WAPP North Core Project. The project involves the construction of approximately 875 km of 330 kV transmission lines from Nigeria to Burkina Faso, through Niger, and Benin. The project will also involve the electrification of rural communities located within a 5 km radius on both sides of the line, and the implementation of a number of environmental and social mitigation measures. These include, among others, the implementation of Resettlement Action Plans (RAPs) to provide for persons and communities affected by project implementation activities. The project is being financed by The Agence Française de Développement (AFD), African Development Bank (AfDB), European Union (EU) and the World Bank (WB). Given the regional dimension of the project, and in order to enhance its coordination, the Ministers in charge of Energy of the North Core countries agreed to put in place an institutional framework which includes the set up of an Implementation Management Unit (IMU) to, among others, assist in the preparation and physical implementation of the North Core project. Job Purpose The Senior Procurement Specialist will lead, manage, execute and coordinate tasks related to the procurement of goods, works and consulting services for the implementation of the Project and for the needs of the IMU. S/he will ensure that all project related procurement and contract management activities are performed in a fully professional, transparent, and ethical manner, and in line with procurement regulations and guidelines of the international financing agencies involved in the project. The job holder will be responsible for the coordination, preparation, monitoring and updating of the procurement plan. S/he will also act as Secretary to the Procurement Committee and Evaluation subcommittees. Specific Responsibilities The Senior Procurement Specialist shall be responsible for a minimum of the following key tasks: Plan, develop and manage all procurement and contractual activities relating to goods, works and consulting services and conduct all stages of the procurement process in close collaboration with all stakeholders; Advise the IMU on the full range of procurement issues including related risks and mitigation measures, and provide support and guidance at all stages of the procurement process; Provide input in the development of procurement documents during project preparation Maintain updated procurement plans of the project; highlighting significant changes and consequential cost deviations/variances; Periodically update key procurement documents where required ie. Procurement procedures manual Prepare/Review procurement documents), and provide input, where required, on specific procurement documents in collaboration with technical specialists of the IMU, Consultants and the Owner's Engineer. I.e. tender documents, terms of reference, request for proposals; Support the contract manager in all aspects relating to procurement; Prepare procurement documents, communications, guidelines, instructions related to contract award processes. Take a lead role in the preparation of bidding documents/ request of proposals, evaluation of proposals (including pre-qualification of contractors), for goods, works and consulting services and, drafting of evaluation reports; Collaborate closely with the Owner's Engineer in the supervision of the implementation of EPC contracts to ensure adherence to contractual provisions and provide input where necessary; Institute and maintain transparent and accessible records, in both hard and soft copy, of all tender documents, and communications up to the closure of contract files; Organize capacity building in procurement for IMU staff and other stakeholders; Participate in donor required supervision missions. Qualification and Experience The Senior Procurement Specialist must have a minimum of the following: Masters degree and above in Business Administration, Public Administration, Commerce, Economics, Engineering, Law or other related field; A minimum of ten (10) years of proven professional experience in procurement and administration in the public or private sector, of which at least five (5) years should be directly related to first-hand procurement and/or contracting experience with complex projects funded by multilateral institutions Professional training in Procurement is an advantage Training in Project Management is an added advantage Previous experience with EPC contracts in the power sector is an advantage Required Knowledge Excellent knowledge of the following relevant areas is required: Seasoned knowledge and specialized command of procurement policies and practices of multilateral developments banks, including new concepts under the World Bank and AfDB's procurement regulations. Knowledge of and experience in all procurement categories (Goods, Works and Consulting Services ); Experience in the power sector and/or regional projects will be an advantage. Skills and Competencies The following skills and competencies are required for effective performance: Resolute position on integrity and professional ethics Adaptability to diverse cultural and national complexities and ability to manage change Strong relationship building with internal and external clients and stakeholders as well as service providers at all levels. Excellent organizational skills and proven track record of working effectively with multidisciplinary teams, in a multicultural environment and under high pressure; Ability to focus on impact and results delivery; consistently showing a positive attitude to work with energy. Strong oral and written communications skills with a proven ability to convey information clearly and concisely; Ability to demonstrate initiative and critical thinking in the application of established policies, rules and procedures. Ability to use relevant computer software ( MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint ) Excellent interpersonal skills; Job Relationships Reporting relationship: The Senior Procurement Specialist will report to the Director of IMU and supervise a Junior Procurement Specialist. Working relationship: The job holder will maintain close collaboration with the IMU project team. Job Location The Senior Procurement Specialist will be resident at the Head Office of the IMU in Abuja (Nigeria) but may be required to undertake frequent field visits to the local offices of the IMU, project sites and field offices of the North Core project. Language: A key requirement for the position is proficiency in English and French, particularly in reading and writing. Duration: The position of Senior Procurement Specialist is for a duration of approximately thirty six (36) months. This is a full time position and the jobholder must demonstrate the required dedication and commitment to achieving results. Job Context The responsibilities and tasks of the Senior Procurement Specialist will be executed within the office context. The jobholder may however, be expected to travel periodically to various locations within the project countries and/or beyond. The jobholder may also be required to perform duties outside of normal working hours, as necessary. Reporting Requirements The Procurement Specialist will prepare and submit activity reports at the end of each month, to the Director of the IMU for approval. The jobholder will also prepare various reports as required including procurement and contract management reports among others. Performance Criteria The following will be part of performance assessment criteria for the position: Timeliness and quality performance delivery with respect to core responsibilities as agreed upon with immediate Superior. Delivery of timely results that impact project schedules Quality of procurement record keeping Quality and timeliness of reports Compliance to procurement process documentation and chain of approvals Cost savings achieved on project choices set against best practice benchmarks. Performance Evaluation The performance of the Senior Procurement Specialist will be evaluated annually by the Director of the IMU, based on the above performance criteria, an annual work plan and deliverables agreed upon at the beginning of the appraisal period. Quarterly performance reviews will however, be conducted by the Director to facilitate the identification and prompt management of performance related issues. Additional Information The jobholder is required to be fluent in French and English. Ability to use relevant computer software (MS Word, Excel, Power Point) as well as the internet is also a key requirement for this position. This is a full time position, envisaged for a term of approximately 36 months. Successful candidates will be stationed at the IMU Head Office in Abuja, Nigeria but will be required to make frequent visits to the field offices of the IMU and/or project sites located in any of the following countries: Nigeria, Niger, Benin, Togo and Burkina Faso. Shortlisted candidates must be ready to travel for interviews within two (2) weeks from the date of notification.
          Senior Financial Specialist at The West African Power Pool (WAPP)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Blueprint Consult Company Limited - Our client, the West African Power Pool (WAPP), is an institution established by the mandate of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to, among others, develop a sustainable regional electricity supply system in order to promote the economic growth of the ECOWAS sub region. To achieve this objective, there is the need for WAPP to establish a regional electricity market in West Africa through the appropriate development and implementation of key infrastructure so that all ECOWAS member states are given access to economic energy resources. Blueprint Consult Company Limited, on behalf of WAPP, is recruiting for the key position of the implementation Management Unit (IMU) and invites qualified professional to submit their applications for consideration in the capacity below:Location: IMU Head Office, Abuja, Nigeria Project Name: Nigeria - Niger - Benin/Togo - Burkina (North Core) Interconnection Project Employing Institution: Implementation Management Unit (IMU) of the North Core Project Reports to: Director of IMU Appointment: Full time, approximately 36 months Language required: Proficiency in English or French with a working knowledge of the second language Project Background Within the framework of the West African Power Pool (WAPP), the Governments of Nigeria, Niger, Benin, Togo and Burkina are collaborating to develop a sub-regional interconnection project referred to as the 330 kV WAPP North Core Project. The project involves the construction of approximately 875 km of 330 kV transmission lines from Nigeria to Burkina Faso, through Niger, and Benin. The project will also involve the electrification of rural communities located within a 5 km radius on both sides of the line, and the implementation of a number of environmental and social mitigation measures. These include, among others, the implementation of Resettlement Action Plans (RAPs) to provide for persons and communities affected by project implementation activities. The project is being financed by The Agence Française de Développement (AFD), African Development Bank (AfDB), European Union (EU) and the World Bank (WB). Given the regional dimension of the project, and in order to enhance its coordination, the Ministers in charge of Energy of the North Core countries agreed to put in place an institutional framework which includes the set up of an Implementation Management Unit (IMU) to, among others, assist in the preparation and physical implementation of the North Core project. Job Purpose The Senior Financial Specialist will have broad responsibility for the financial management; accounting policy, procedures and reporting; and practices of the Implementation Management Unit (IMU). This involves ensuring financial planning, control and reporting as well as the efficient administration of financial resources. The jobholder will also ensure that the IMU complies with international accounting standards and procedures, and that financial reports are prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as well as standards of financing institutions. The Senior Financial Specialist will also ensure the IMU's adherence to tax regulations and provide the IMU Director with updated financial information on a regular basis. Specific Responsibilities The Senior Financial Specialist will be responsible for a minimum of the following key tasks: Ensure that the IMU has in place and in use efficient systems and processes, to enable it commence the management of project resources. Establish an efficient control system for the management of the IMU's financial and material resources; Define strategic and financial objectives, prepare financial reports and respond to all questions relating to the financial management of the IMU; Monitor and assess the performance and achievement of the financial objectives of the Unit; Provide services related to accounting, finance, procurement, planning, and management control of the IMU; Ensure the preparation of administrative and accounting management procedures; Manage the budgetary process in close collaboration with the IMU Director, including budgeting for capital expenditure, budget monitoring and forecasts and prudently execute budgets; Maintain day-to-day financial control of the IMU's financial activities within stipulated budget limits and ensure that all finances are properly administered and monitored; Implement all financial aspects of the financing agreement and the strategic plan in order to achieve relevant objectives as well as provide financial and accounting advice; Ensure that the IMU is adequately prepared for both internal and external audits as well as ensure the implementation of audit recommendations; Take a lead role in the acquisition of integrated fiduciary software for the IMU, This will comprise financial and accounting, procurement and monitoring modules; Ensure that the IMU is adequately covered for all reasonable risks, with insurance policies in place and subject to regular review and renewal; Execute comptrollership functions in order to ensure that finances are managed according to internationally accepted accounting principles; Conduct financial analysis and prepare detailed financial reports and statements as well as establish and maintain cash controls; Review contractors' invoices and ensure funds disbursements on time; Represent the IMU on all financial and procurement matters as well as on any other tasks assigned by the IMU Director. Qualification and Experience The Senior Financial Specialist must have a minimum of the following qualifications: A Masters degree and above in Finance or Economics or related field; Fifteen (15) years of relevant professional experience, five (5) of which should have been in a senior management position; Qualification as a professional accountant (e.g. CA, ACCA, CIMA, DSCG, DESCOGEF etc.) or membership of an accounting body will be an added advantage. Required Knowledge Excellent knowledge of the following relevant areas is required: Planning, budget and cost control; Procurement procedures of financing institutions; Financial policies and procedures, and corporate management systems; In-depth knowledge of business management, corporate finance and project finance and accounting; Project and risk management; Accounting policies and practices; International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) /International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS); Knowledge of procedures and guidelines of International Financing Institutions such as the World Bank, and/or Agence Française de Développement (AFD)" including how to deliver concise and accurate reports to strict deadlines as well as a good understanding of donor specific procedures for submission of withdrawal applications particularly for the Project funding partners. Work experience or knowledge/understanding of the power industry Good knowledge of financial policy and procedures and financial models for a similar institution and proven experience in developing financial models for complex operations. Skills and Competencies The following skills are required for effective performance: Excellent attention to detail, leadership and decision making skills; Ability to initiate, manage and quickly adapt and perform efficiently in a dynamic and culturally diverse environment; Must be proactive, energetic, and able to work independently; Demonstrate self-assurance, innovation, dedication and ability to accept new challenges; A proven track record in leading and working with teams, excellent human resource management skills, excellent communication and interpersonal skills; Excellent organizational and problem-solving skills and ability to work under pressure; High analytical skills and ability to develop strategies and objectives in line with the vision of the IMU; Ability to use computer software i.e. MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint and financial management software (e.g. enterprise resource planning - ERP applications) as well as the Internet. Job Relationships Reporting relationships: The Senior Financial Specialist will report to the IMU Director and supervise the Project Accountant and Accounting Assistant. Working relationships: The jobholder will collaborate and cooperate with external auditors, particularly in the review of draft financial statements of the IMU. S/he will also relate with the funding partners of the project. Job Location The jobholder will be resident at the IMU head office in Abuja, Nigeria, but may be required to undertake frequent assignments at the IMU's local offices and project sites in the North Core countries. Language The Senior Financial Specialist of the IMU must be fluent in English or French with a working knowledge of the second language. Duration The position of Senior Financial Specialist is for a term of approximately thirty six (36) months. This is a full time position and the jobholder must demonstrate a strong commitment to achieving set goals as well as put in the required effort to "get the job done." Job Context The responsibilities and tasks of the Senior Financial Specialist will be executed within the office context. The jobholder may however, be expected to travel periodically to various locations within the project countries and/or beyond. S/he will be required to put in a minimum of forty (40) hours per week but may also have to perform duties outside of normal working hours, as necessary. Reporting Requirements The Senior Financial Specialist will be expected to provide monthly financial reports to the Director of the IMU and the Board as well as develop and maintain timely reports to meet all financial reporting obligations and deadlines of the various financing agencies. S/he may also be required to provide adhoc reports as and when necessary. Performance Criteria The following will be part of performance assessment criteria for the position: Achievement of an overall actual to budget variance of not less than 15%; Anything beyond this statistic must be explained by abnormal events beyond management's foresight during the planning period which the Financial Specialist should have advised on; Compilation of accurate financial records, timely preparation and submission of financial statements and reports; Strict adherence to procedures and guidelines of the financing institutions involved in the project and to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) ) /International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS); Conduct of internal and external audits at intervals agreed upon with the IMU Director and effective implementation of audit recommendations; Prompt disbursement of funds to honour project related obligations. Other criteria may be developed by the Director of the IMU based on deliverables agreed with the jobholder. Performance Evaluation The performance of the Senior Financial Specialist will be evaluated annually by the Director of the IMU, based on the above performance criteria, an annual work plan and deliverables agreed upon at the beginning of the appraisal period. Quarterly performance reviews will however, be conducted by the Director to facilitate the identification and prompt management of performance related issues. Additional Information Ability to use relevant computer software (MS Word, Excel, Power Point) as well as the internet is also a key requirement for this position. This is a full time position, envisaged for a term of approximately 36 months. Successful candidates will be stationed at the IMU Head Office in Abuja, Nigeria but will be required to make frequent visits to the field offices of the IMU and/or project sites located in any of the following countries: Nigeria, Niger, Benin, Togo and Burkina Faso. Shortlisted candidates must be ready to travel for interviews within two (2) weeks from the date of notification.
          Senior Social Safeguards Specialist at The West African Power Pool (WAPP)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Blueprint Consult Company Limited - Our client, the West African Power Pool (WAPP), is an institution established by the mandate of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to, among others, develop a sustainable regional electricity supply system in order to promote the economic growth of the ECOWAS sub region. To achieve this objective, there is the need for WAPP to establish a regional electricity market in West Africa through the appropriate development and implementation of key infrastructure so that all ECOWAS member states are given access to economic energy resources. Blueprint Consult Company Limited, on behalf of WAPP, is recruiting for the key position of the implementation Management Unit (IMU) and invites qualified professional to submit their applications for consideration in the capacity below: Location: IMU Head Office, Abuja, Nigeria Project Name: Nigeria - Niger - Benin/Togo - Burkina (North Core) Interconnection Project Employing Institution: Implementation Management Unit (IMU) of the North Core Project Reports to: Director of IMU Appointment: Full time, approximately 36 months Language required: Proficiency in English and French Project Background Within the framework of the West African Power Pool (WAPP), the Governments of Nigeria, Niger, Benin, Togo and Burkina are collaborating to develop a sub-regional interconnection project referred to as the 330 kV WAPP North Core Project. The project involves the construction of approximately 875 km of 330 kV transmission lines from Nigeria to Burkina Faso, through Niger, and Benin. The project will also involve the electrification of rural communities located within a 5 km radius on both sides of the line, and the implementation of a number of environmental and social mitigation measures. These include, among others, the implementation of Resettlement Action Plans (RAPs) to provide for persons and communities affected by project implementation activities. The project is being financed by The Agence Française de Développement (AFD), African Development Bank (AfDB), European Union (EU) and the World Bank (WB). Given the regional dimension of the project, and in order to enhance its coordination, the Ministers in charge of Energy of the North Core countries agreed to put in place an institutional framework which includes the set up of an Implementation Management Unit (IMU) to, among others, assist in the preparation and physical implementation of the North Core project. Job Purpose The Senior Social Safeguards Specialist will lead and coordinate the planning, development and implementation of safeguards policies for the North Core project. This includes the review of social safeguards instruments such as resettlement policy frameworks and resettlement action plans in collaboration with relevant government agencies and local beneficiary groups, compensation processing, monitoring of ESMP and RAP implementation and monitoring of safeguards policy compliance of the project throughout its duration. The Senior Specialist will oversee and report on the implementation of the Resettlement Action Plans as well as the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment and Environmental and Social Management Plans, in collaboration with the Environmental Specialist,. The jobholder will also pursue and maintain effective relations with affected communities, regulatory institutions and all project stakeholders. The Senior Specialist will also oversee the functioning of the grievance redress mechanisms and a continuous communication program with the affected communities. Job Context The responsibilities and tasks of the Senior Specialist will include extensive field work although s/he will also work within an office context. The jobholder will thus be required to make regular field visits to communities affected by the project as well as travel periodically to various locations within the project countries and/or beyond. S/he will be required to put in a minimum of forty (40) hours per week but may also have to perform duties outside of normal working hours, as necessary. Specific Responsibilities The Senior Social Safeguards Specialist will be responsible for a minimum of the following key tasks: Lead and coordinate the project's safeguards team effort in providing advice and advancing the implementation of safeguards instruments within member countries of the North Core Project; Enforce social safeguards measures of the project as stipulated in the RAP and ESMP. This includes ensuring the appropriate implementation of safeguards measures relating to physical or economic displacement, gender based violence, inclusive public consultation, grievance redress for affected communities and mitigation and management of other potential social impacts of the project; Supervise the implementation of all recommendations of the Social Impact Assessment Report; Monitor the enumeration and valuation of land, crops and property and all other assets and facilitate prompt processing and timely payment of compensation by relevant institutions, in collaboration with competent experts within the national power utilities of the North Core countries; Coordinate community interactions and activities with the Project Affected Persons (PAPs); Establish and oversee functioning grievance redress mechanisms and report on the performance regularly; Conduct and encourage outreach programs to educate affected persons on the social benefits of the project; Develop and disseminate sensitization materials on the social benefits of the project and be in charge of dissemination of all public information or disclosure initiatives; Undertake periodic monitoring of progress reports on the implementation of social safeguards instruments, including lessons learned; Conduct regular field inspections; Establish and generate accurate data; Play the role of team leader and supervise the performance of reporting staff, providing clear direction and regular monitoring and feedback on performance. Qualification and Experience The Senior Social Safeguards Specialist must have a minimum of the following qualifications: Masters Degree and above in a relevant field of Study such as Anthropology, Sociology, Applied Social Science, Environmental Science or other related fields with at least eight (8) years of professional experience as a Social Safeguard Specialist on a similar Development project; Bachelor/HND degree in Anthropology, Sociology, Applied Social Science, Environmental Science or other related fields combined with specialized experience of a minimum of fifteen (15) years as Social Safeguards Specialist on a similar project, may be considered in lieu of a post graduate degree. International or regional experience in coordinating and working with multi-disciplinary teams and project stakeholders is essential for this position. Required Knowledge Excellent knowledge of the following relevant areas is required: Best practices and/or World Bank guidelines and procedures on social safeguards, social assessment, social analysis, effective stakeholder engagement and grievance redress systems as well as regulations and legal framework in environmental and social management; Structure and organization of Environmental Protection Agencies (EPA) and other Environmental Regulatory Bodies within the Project Area; Municipalities, Village Development Committees (VDCs) Creative and innovative techniques for planning and implementing environmental and social management policies. Practices and cultures of communities affected by the project. Skills and Competencies The following skills are required for effective performance on the job: Excellent spoken and written communication skills in French and English. Ability to proactively apply relevant international best practices to work and solve social issues. Excellent decision making skills, maturity of judgement and ability to take initiative and work independently Excellent interpersonal skills Good negotiation and conflict management skills Ability to work in a team, supervise and motivate a project team. Demonstrated capacity to lead operational and analytical tasks Field experience is essential. Job Relationships Reporting relationship: The Senior Social Safeguards Specialist will report to the IMU Director and supervise all field social safeguards officers. Working relationship: The jobholder will maintain collaborative relationships with all Project stakeholders including affected communities, regulatory institutions and key experts in the power utility companies of the North Core countries. Location: The jobholder will be resident at the IMU head office in Abuja, Nigeria but will be required to make regular and frequent field visits to communities affected by the project as well as undertake frequent assignments at the IMU's local offices and project sites in the North Core countries. Language: The Senior Social Safeguards Specialist must be fluent in English and French. Duration: The position of Senior Social Safeguards Specialist is for a term of approximately thirty six (36) months. This is a full time position and the jobholder will be expected to demonstrate strong commitment to achieving results. Reporting Requirements The Senior Social Safeguards Specialist will be expected to provide regular reports to the Director of the IMU on the implementation of the project's social safeguards instruments. Performance Criteria The following will be part of performance assessment criteria for the position: Evidence of a clear mechanism for project information disclosure, stakeholder consultation and participation and accountability; Development of coherent grievance management procedure to address stakeholder issues; Development of sensitization materials for raising awareness of the social benefits of the project; Timely and comprehensive implementation in all North Core countries, of safeguards measures outlined in the RAP and ESMP; Prompt processing and payment of compensation to affected persons by relevant institutions; Timely and effective implementation of the project Resettlement Action Plans (RAP); Other criteria may be developed by the Director of the IMU based on deliverables agreed with the jobholder. Performance Evaluation: The performance of the Senior Social Safeguards Specialist will be evaluated annually by the Director of the IMU, based on the above performance criteria, an annual work plan and deliverables agreed upon at the beginning of the appraisal period. Quarterly performance reviews will however, be conducted by the Director to facilitate the identification and prompt management of performance related issues. Additional Information The jobholder is required to be fluent in French and English. Ability to use relevant computer software (MS Word, Excel, Power Point) as well as the internet is also a key requirement for this position. This is a full time position, envisaged for a term of approximately 36 months. Successful candidates will be stationed at the IMU Head Office in Abuja, Nigeria but will be required to make frequent visits to the field offices of the IMU and/or project sites located in any of the following countries: Nigeria, Niger, Benin, Togo and Burkina Faso. Shortlisted candidates must be ready to travel for interviews within two (2) weeks from the date of notification.
          Senior Technical Project Coordinator at The West African Power Pool (WAPP)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Blueprint Consult Company Limited - Our client, the West African Power Pool (WAPP), is an institution established by the mandate of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to, among others, develop a sustainable regional electricity supply system in order to promote the economic growth of the ECOWAS sub region. To achieve this objective, there is the need for WAPP to establish a regional electricity market in West Africa through the appropriate development and implementation of key infrastructure so that all ECOWAS member states are given access to economic energy resources. Blueprint Consult Company Limited, on behalf of WAPP, is recruiting for the key position of the implementation Management Unit (IMU) and invites qualified professional to submit their applications for consideration in the capacity below:Ref.: CoorProjet Location: IMU Head Office, Abuja, Nigeria Project Name: Nigeria - Niger - Benin/Togo - Burkina (North Core) Interconnection Project Employing Institution: Implementation Management Unit (IMU) of the North Core Project Reports to: Director of IMU Appointment: Full time, approximately 36 months Language required: Proficiency in English and French Project Background Within the framework of the West African Power Pool (WAPP), the Governments of Nigeria, Niger, Benin, Togo and Burkina are collaborating to develop a sub-regional interconnection project referred to as the 330 kV WAPP North Core Project. The project involves the construction of approximately 875 km of 330 kV transmission lines from Nigeria to Burkina Faso, through Niger, and Benin. The project will also involve the electrification of rural communities located within a 5 km radius on both sides of the line, and the implementation of a number of environmental and social mitigation measures. These include, among others, the implementation of Resettlement Action Plans (RAPs) to provide for persons and communities affected by project implementation activities. The project is being financed by The Agence Française de Développement (AFD), African Development Bank (AfDB), European Union (EU) and the World Bank (WB). Given the regional dimension of the project, and in order to enhance its coordination, the Ministers in charge of Energy of the North Core countries agreed to put in place an institutional framework which includes the establishment of an Implementation Management Unit (IMU) to, among others, assist in the preparation and physical implementation of the North Core project. Job Context The responsibilities and tasks of the Senior Technical Project Coordinator will be executed within the office context. The jobholder will however, be expected to travel periodically to various locations within the project countries and/or beyond. S/he will be required to put in a minimum of forty (40) hours per week but may also have to perform duties outside of normal working hours, as necessary. Job Purpose The Senior Technical Project Coordinator will lead and/or coordinate the activities of cross-disciplinary teams from central and local offices contributing to the technical aspects of the North Core project. S/he will serve as the technical link between the IMU, Owner's Engineer and construction contractors. The jobholder will therefore ensure adequate coordination between the work programs of the contractor and the activities of the IMU offices with respect to the diligences required to prepare the project sites for work. S/he will also coordinate safety arrangements for all project activities with other agencies and utilities where necessary. The Senior Technical Project Coordinator is responsible for monitoring all construction work, addressing all technical issues related to the implementation of the project and reporting to relevant entities among others. Specific Responsibilities The Senior Technical Project Coordinator will be responsible for a minimum of the following key tasks: Ensure overall management of the project from concept to completion including siting, environmental permitting, planning, estimating, engineering, right of way acquisition, project controls, bid phase services, procurement, constructability reviews, material management, construction management, and closeout; Drive project schedules, manage scope, and control project costs; Initiate, monitor and coordinate all the technical activities of the IMU to meet the schedules and requirements of all construction works; Manage the Owner's Engineer teams to ensure the studies and works supervision for the project implementation; Coordinate safety arrangements with all external agencies and ensure that all relevant safety objectives, legal requirements and donors safeguards are observed; Coordinate the preparation of project status reports for management by collecting, analysing and summarizing information and trends and recommending actions; Assess and advise on all proposed technical variations, justification or otherwise of claims and technical issues; Liaise with Environmental and Social Coordinators in all issues related to project activities and insure that donors safeguards are implemented; Vet and authorize all significant engineering correspondence emanating from the IMU; Control, manage and mentor all IMU staff (central and local offices) and resources assigned to the Engineering Function; Coordinate the review of designs for (i) Communication and SCADA Systems; ii) the Rural Electrification components and (iii) the national projects associated with North Core Regional Project Review technical specifications, designs and drawings submitted by Contractors and Consultants; Review tender documents for the procurement of works, services and goods. Duration: The position of Senior Technical Project Coordinator is for a term of approximately thirty six (36) months. This is a full time position and the jobholder must demonstrate the required dedication and commitment to achieving results. Job Relationships Reporting relationship: The Senior Technical Project Coordinator reports to the IMU Director. S/he is the Head of the Engineering Function and supervises a team of four specialized engineers (Substations, Transmission Line, SCADA Engineer and Civil Engineer). Working relationship: S/he is expected to maintain effective working relations and communicate regularly with the Owner's Engineer and Contractors on the execution schedule. The jobholder will also maintain regular working relations with external agencies regarding required project related safety arrangements among others. Requirements, Qualification and Experience The Engineering Specialist must have a minimum of the following: A minimum of an Electrical Engineering Degree with at least fifteen (15) years of proven experience in the power sector and; registrable with a professional body; Proven record of successfully achieved project targets in a minimum of two (2) previous electricity transmission projects (132 kV and above); Qualification in project management will be an added advantage; Regional experience in coordinating and working with multi-disciplinary teams and project stakeholders is desirable. Required Knowledge An excellent knowledge of the following relevant areas is required: Construction of high voltage transmission lines (132 kV and above); Contract administration and different forms of standard contract provisions related to engineering projects; Advanced knowledge of power systems engineering; Adequate knowledge and understanding of procurement processes. Skills and Competencies The following skills are required for effective performance: Well developed, detail oriented organizational skills and proven project management skills; Strong analytical and problem solving skills; Must be capable of devising new approaches to problems encountered; Strong leadership and supervisory skills; Very good team skills; ability to work with various teams to set and achieve goals based on project priorities; Strong interpersonal and written/verbal communication skills in French and English; Ability to work, perform and adapt in a multicultural environment; Strong computer skills (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project) required to deliver professional output. Job Location: The Senior Technical Project Coordinator will be located at the head office of the IMU in Abuja, Nigeria but will be required to pay frequent visits to the local offices of the IMU, project sites and field offices of the North Core project. Language: A key requirement for the position is having proficiency in English and French. Reporting Requirements: The Senior Technical Project Coordinator will prepare weekly and monthly construction reports to include information such as but not limited to financial reporting and forecasting, progress, schedule updates, quality, safety, environment and identification of project risks. Performance Criteria The following will be part of performance assessment criteria for the position: Achievement of project cost variance of 0% i.e. deliver project within budget; Delivery of key project activities within specified project schedules and scope; Submission of timely project status reports to the IMU Director and other stakeholders; Excellent safety record on the project and adherence to safety requirements by Owner's Engineer and Contractors; High performance and excellent goal achievement rate of direct reports. Other criteria may be developed by the Director of the IMU based on deliverables agreed with the jobholder. Performance Evaluation The performance of the Senior Technical Project Coordinator will be evaluated annually by the Director of the IMU, based on the above performance criteria, an annual work plan and deliverables agreed upon at the beginning of the appraisal period. Quarterly performance reviews will however, be conducted by the Director to facilitate the identification and prompt management of performance related issues. Additional Information Jobholders are required to be fluent in French and English. Ability to use relevant computer software (MS Word, Excel, Power Point) as well as the internet is also a key requirement for all positions. This is full time position, envisaged for a term of approximately 36 months. Successful candidates will be stationed at the IMU Head Office in Abuja, Nigeria but will be required to make frequent visits to the field offices of the IMU and/or project sites located in any of the following countries: Nigeria, Niger, Benin, Togo and Burkina Faso. Shortlisted candidates must be ready to travel for interviews within two (2) weeks from the date of notification.
          Francia cannibale, si mangia l’Africa: il bilancio dell’orrore      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Francia cannibale, si mangia l'Africa: il colonialismo di Parigi sottrae ogni anno 500 miliardi di dollari a 14 paesi africani.
Sapevate che molti paesi africani continuano a pagare una tassa coloniale alla Francia dalla loro indipendenza fino ad oggi? Quando Sékou Touré della Guinea decise nel 1958 di uscire dall’impero coloniale francese, e optò per l’indipendenza del paese, l’élite coloniale francese a Parigi andò su tutte le furie e, con uno storico gesto, l’amministrazione francese della Guinea distrusse qualsiasi cosa che nel paese rappresentasse quelli che definivano i vantaggi della colonizzazione francese. Tremila francesi lasciarono il paese, prendendo tutte le proprietà e distruggendo qualsiasi cosa che non si muovesse: scuole, ambulatori, immobili dell’amministrazione pubblica furono distrutti; macchine, libri, strumenti degli istituti di ricerca, trattori furono sabotati; i cavalli e le mucche nelle fattorie furono uccisi, e le derrate alimentari nei magazzini furono bruciate o avvelenate. L’obiettivo di questo gesto indegno era quello di mandare un messaggio chiaro a tutte le altre colonie: il costo di rigettare la Francia sarebbe stato molto alto. Lentamente la paura serpeggiò tra le élite africane e nessuno, dopo gli eventi della Guinea, trovò mai il coraggio di seguire l’esempio di Sékou Touré, il cui slogan fu “Preferiamo la libertà in povertà all’opulenza nella schiavitù”.
Sylvanus Olympio, il primo presidente della Repubblica del Togo, un piccolo paese in Africa occidentale, trovò una soluzione a metà strada con i francesi. Non voleva che il suo paese continuasse ad essere un dominio francese, perciò rifiutò di siglare il patto di continuazione della colonizzazione proposto da de Gaulle, tuttavia si accordò per pagare un debito annuale alla Francia per i cosiddetti benefici ottenuti dal Togo grazie alla colonizzazione francese. Era l’unica condizione affinché i francesi non distruggessero tutto prima di lasciare il paese. Tuttavia, l’ammontare chiesto dalla Francia era talmente elevato che il rimborso del cosiddetto “debito coloniale” si aggirava al 40% del debito del paese nel 1963. La situazione finanziaria del neo-indipendente Togo era veramente instabile; così, per risolvere la situazione, Olympio decise di uscire dalla moneta coloniale francese Fcfa (il Franco Cfa delle colonie africane francesi), e coniò la moneta del suo paese. Il 13 gennaio 1963, tre giorni dopo aver iniziato a stampare la moneta del suo paese, uno squadrone di soldati analfabeti appoggiati dalla Francia uccise il primo presidente eletto della neo- indipendente Africa.
Olympio fu ucciso da un ex sergente della Legione Straniera di nome Etienne Gnassingbe, che si suppone ricevette un compenso di 612 dollari dalla locale ambasciata francese per il lavoro di assassino. Il sogno di Olympio era quello di costruire un paese indipendente e autosufficiente. Tuttavia ai francesi non piaceva l’idea. Il 30 giugno 1962, Modiba Keita, il primo presidente della Repubblica del Mali, decise di uscire dalla moneta coloniale francese Fcfa imposta a 12 neo-indipendenti paesi africani. Per il presidente maliano, che era più incline ad un’economia socialista, era chiaro che il patto di continuazione della colonizzazione con la Francia era una trappola, un fardello per lo sviluppo del paese. Il 19 novembre 1968, proprio come Olympio, Keita fu vittima di un colpo di stato guidato da un altro ex soldato della Legione Straniera francese, il luogotenente Moussa Traoré. Infatti durante quel turbolento periodo in cui gli africani lottavano per liberarsi dalla colonizzazione europea, la Francia usò ripetutamente molti ex legionari stranieri per guidare colpi di stato contro i presidente eletti.
Il 1° gennaio 1966, Jean-Bédel Bokassa, un ex soldato francese della Legione Straniera, guidò un colpo di stato contro David Dacko, il primo presidente della Repubblica Centrafricana. Il 3 gennaio 1966, Maurice Yaméogo, il primo presidente della Repubblica dell’Alto Volta, oggi Burkina Faso, fu vittima di un colpo di stato condotto da Aboubacar Sangoulé Lamizana, un ex legionario francese che combatté con i francesi in Indonesia e Algeria contro le indipendenze di quei paesi. Il 26 ottobre 1972, Mathieu Kérékou (che era una guardia del corpo del presidente Hubert Maga, il primo presidente della Repubblica del Benin) guidò un colpo di Stato contro il presidente, dopo aver frequentato le scuole militari francesi dal 1968 al 1970. Negli ultimi 50 anni, un totale di 67 colpi di Stato si sono susseguiti in 26 paesi africani; 16 di quest’ultimi sono ex colonie francesi, il che significa che il 61% dei colpi di Stato si sono verificati nell’Africa francofona.
Cinque i golpe subiti dal Burkina Faso e dalle Comore, quattro i colpi di Stato attuati in Burundi, Repubblica Centrafricana, Niger e Mauritania. Sempre tra le ex colonie francesi, hanno vissuto almeno tre colpi di Stato il Congo e il Ciad – due, invece, l’Algeria e il Mali, la Guinea Konakry e la Repubblica Democratica del Congo. Almeno un violento “regime change” ha poi investito Togo, Tunisia, Costa d’Avorio, Magagascar e Rwanda. Altri paesi africani sottoposti a colpi di Stato sono Egitto, Libia e Guinea Equatoriale (un golpe ciascuno), Guinea Bissau e Liberia (due golpe), Nigeria ed Etiopia (tre colpi di Stato), Uganda (quattro) e Sudan (cinque). In totale 45 golpe nell’Africa ex francese, più 22 in altri paesi africani. Come dimostrano questi numeri, la Francia è abbastanza disperata ma attiva nel tenere sotto controllo le sue colonie, a qualsiasi prezzo, a qualsiasi condizione. Nel marzo del 2008, l’ex presidente francese Jacques Chirac disse: «Senza l’Africa, la Francia scivolerebbe a livello di una potenza del terzo mondo». Il predecessore di Chirac, François Mitterand, già nel 1957 profetizzava che «senza l’Africa, la Francia non avrà storia nel 21° secolo».
Proprio in questo momento, 14 paesi africani sono costretti dalla Francia, attraverso un patto coloniale, a depositare l’85% delle loro riserve di valute estere nella Banca Centrale Francese controllata dal ministero delle finanze di Parigi. Finora, il Togo e altri 13 paesi africani dovranno pagare un debito coloniale alla Francia. I leader africani che rifiutano vengono uccisi o restano vittime di colpi di Stato. Coloro che obbediscono sono sostenuti e ricompensati dalla Francia con stili di vita faraonici, mentre le loro popolazioni vivono in estrema povertà e disperazione. E’ un sistema malvagio, denunciato dall’Unione Europea; ma la Francia non è pronta a spostarsi da quel sistema coloniale che muove 500 miliardi di dollari dall’Africa al suo ministero del Tesoro ogni anno. Spesso accusiamo i leader africani di corruzione e di servire gli interessi delle nazioni occidentali, ma c’è una chiara spiegazione per questo comportamento. Si comportano così perché hanno paura di essere uccisi o di restare vittime di un colpo di Stato. Vogliono una nazione potente che li difenda in caso di aggressione o di tumulti. Ma, contrariamente alla protezione di una nazione amica, la protezione dell’Occidente spesso viene offerta in cambio della rinuncia, da parte di quei leader, di servire il loro stesso popolo e i suoi interessi.
I leader africani lavorerebbero nell’interesse dei loro popoli se non fossero continuamente inseguiti e provocati dai paesi colonialisti. Nel 1958, spaventato dalle conseguenze di scegliere l’indipendenza dalla Francia, Leopold Sédar Senghor dichiarò: «La scelta del popolo senegalese è l’indipendenza; vogliono che ciò accada in amicizia con la Francia, non in disaccordo». Da quel momento in poi la Francia accettò soltanto un’ “indipendenza sulla carta” per le sue colonie, siglando “Accordi di Cooperazione”, specificando la natura delle loro relazioni con la Francia, in particolare i legami con la moneta coloniale francese (il franco), il sistema educativo francese, le preferenze militari e commerciali. Qui sotto ci sono le 11 principali componenti del patto di continuazione della colonizzazione dagli anni ‘50.
#1. Debito coloniale a vantaggio della colonizzazione francese. I neo “indipendenti” paesi dovrebbero pagare per l’infrastruttura costruita dalla Francia nel paese durante la colonizzazione. #2. Confisca automatica delle riserve nazionali. I paesi africani devono depositare le loro riserve monetarie nazionali nella banca centrale francese. La Francia detiene le riserve nazionali di 14 paesi africani dal 1961: Benin, Burkina Faso, Guinea-Bissau, Costa d’Avorio, Mali, Niger, Senegal, Togo, Camerun, Repubblica Centrafricana, Ciad, Congo-Brazzaville, Guinea Equatoriale e Gabon. La politica monetaria che governa un gruppo di paesi così diversi non è complicato perché, di fatto, è decisa dal ministero del Tesoro francese senza rendere conto a nessuna autorità fiscale di qualsiasi paese che sia della Cedeao (la Comunità degli Stati dell’Africa Occidentale) o del Cemac (Comunità degli Stati dell’Africa Centrale). In base alle clausole dell’accordo che ha fondato queste banche e il Cfa, la banca centrale di ogni paese africano è obbligata a detenere almeno il 65% delle proprie riserve valutarie estere in un “operations account” registrato presso il ministero del Tesoro francese, più un altro 20% per coprire le passività finanziarie.
Le banche centrali del Cfa impongono anche un tappo sul credito esteso ad ogni paese membro equivalente al 20% delle entrate pubbliche dell’anno precedente. Anche se la Beac e la Bceao hanno un fido bancario col Tesoro francese, i prelievi da quel fido sono soggetti al consenso dello stesso ministero del Tesoro. L’ultima parola spetta al Tesoro francese, che ha investito le riserve estere degli Stati africani alla Borsa di Parigi a proprio nome. In breve, più dell’ 80% delle riserve valutarie straniere di questi paesi africani sono depositate in “operations accounts” controllati dal Tesoro francese. Le due banche Cfa sono africane di nome, ma non hanno una politica monetaria propria. Gli stessi paesi non sanno, né viene detto loro, quanto del bacino delle riserve valutarie estere detenute presso il ministero del Tesoro a Parigi appartiene a loro come gruppo o individualmente. Gli introiti degli investimenti di questi fondi presso il Tesoro francese dovrebbero essere aggiunti al conteggio, ma non c’è nessuna notizia che venga fornita al riguardo né alle banche né ai paesi circa i dettagli di questi scambi. Al ristretto gruppo di alti ufficiali del ministero del Tesoro francese che conoscono le cifre detenute negli “operations accounts”, sanno dove vengono investiti questi fondi e se esiste un profitto a partire da quegli investimenti, viene impedito di parlare per comunicare queste informazioni alle banche Cfa o alle banche centrali degli stati africani, scrive il dottor Gary K. Busch (economista, docente universitario a Londra).
Si stima che la Francia detenga all’incirca 500 miliardi di monete provenienti dagli Stati africani, e farebbe qualsiasi cosa per combattere chiunque voglia fare luce su questo lato oscuro del vecchio impero. Gli stati africani non hanno accesso a quel denaro. La Francia permette loro di accedere soltanto al 15% di quel denaro all’anno. Se avessero bisogno di più, dovrebbero chiedere in prestito una cifra extra dal loro stesso 65% da Tesoro francese a tariffe commerciali. Per rendere le cose ancora peggiori, la Francia impone un cappio sull’ammontare di denaro che i paesi possono chiedere in prestito da quella riserva. Il cappio è fissato al 20% delle entrate pubbliche dell’anno precedente. Se i paesi volessero prestare più del 20% dei loro stessi soldi, la Francia ha diritto di veto. L’ex presidente francese Jacques Chirac ha detto recentemente qualcosa circa i soldi delle nazioni africane detenuti nelle banche francesi. In un VIDEO parla dello schema di sfruttamento francese. Parla in francese, ma questo è un piccolo sunto: «Dobbiamo essere onesti e riconoscere che una gran parte dei soldi nelle nostre banche provengono dallo sfruttamento del continente africano».
#3. Diritto di primo rifiuto su qualsiasi materia prima o risorsa naturale scoperta nel paese. La Francia ha il primo diritto di comprare qualsiasi risorsa naturale trovate nella terra delle sue ex colonie. Solo dopo un “Non sono interessata” della Francia, i paesi africani hanno il permesso di cercare altri partners. #4. Priorità agli interessi francesi e alle società negli appalti pubblici. Nei contratti governativi, le società francesi devono essere prese in considerazione per prime e, solo dopo, questi paesi possono guardare altrove. Non importa se i paesi africani possono ottenere un miglior servizio ad un prezzo migliore altrove. Di conseguenza, in molte delle ex colonie francesi, tutti i maggiori asset economici dei paesi sono nelle mani degli espatriati francesi. In Costa d’Avorio, per esempio, le società francesi possiedono e controllano le più importanti utilities – acqua, elettricità, telefoni, trasporti, porti e le più importanti banche. Lo stesso nel commercio, nelle costruzioni e in agricoltura. Infine, come ho scritto in un precedente articolo, “gli africani ora vivono in un continente di proprietà degli europei”.
#5. Diritto esclusivo a fornire equipaggiamento militare e formazione ai quadri militari del paese. Attraverso un sofisticato schema di borse di studio e “Accordi di Difesa” allegati al Patto Coloniale, gli africani devono inviare i loro quadri militari per la formazione in Francia o in strutture gestite dai francesi. La situazione nel continente adesso è che la Francia ha formato centinaia, anche migliaia di traditori e li foraggia. Restano dormienti quando non c’è bisogno di loro, e vengono riattivati quando è necessario un colpo di Stato o per qualsiasi altro scopo! #6. Diritto della Francia di inviare le proprie truppe e intervenire militarmente nel paese per difendere i propri interessi. In base a qualcosa chiamato “Accordi di Difesa” allegati al Patto Coloniale, la Francia ha il diritto di intervenire militarmente negli Stati africani e anche di stazionare truppe permanentemente nelle basi e nei presidi militari in quei paesi, gestiti interamente dai francesi.
Poi ci sono le basi militari francesi in Africa. Quando il presidente Laurent Gbagbo della Costa d’Avorio cercò di porre fine allo sfruttamento francese del paese, la Francia organizzò un colpo di Stato. Durante il lungo processo per estromettere Gbagbo, i carri armati francesi, gli elicotteri d’attacco e le forze speciali intervennero direttamente nel conflitto sparando sui civili e uccidendone molti. Per aggiungere gli insulti alle ingiurie, la Francia stima che la “business community” francese abbia perso diversi milioni di dollari quando, nella fretta di abbandonare Abidjan nel 2006, l’esercito francese massacrò 65 civili disarmati, ferendone altri 1.200. Dopo il successo della Francia con il colpo di Stato, e il trasferimento di poteri ad Alassane Outtara, la Francia ha chiesto al governo Ouattara di pagare un compenso alla “business community” francese per le perdite durante la guerra civile. Il governo Ouattara, infatti, pagò il doppio delle perdite dichiarate mentre scappavano.
#7. Obbligo di dichiarare il francese lingua ufficiale del paese e lingua del sistema educativo. “Oui, Monsieur. Vous devez parlez français, la langue de Molière!” (sì, signore. Dovete parlare francese, la lingua di Molière!). Un’organizzazione per la diffusione della lingua e della cultura francese chiamata “Francophonie” è stata creata con diverse organizzazioni satellite e affiliati supervisionati dal ministero degli esteri francese. Come dimostrato in quest’articolo, se il francese è l’unica lingua che parli, hai accesso al solo 4% dell’umanità, del sapere e delle idee. Molto limitante.
#8. Obbligo di usare la moneta coloniale francese Fcfa. Questa è la vera mucca d’oro della Francia, tuttavia è un sistema talmente malefico che finanche l’Unione Europea lo ha denunciato. La Francia però non è pronta a lasciar perdere il sistema coloniale che inietta all’incirca 500 miliardi di dollari africani nelle sue casse. Durante l’introduzione dell’euro in Europa, altri paesi europei scoprirono il sistema di sfruttamento francese. Molti, soprattutto i paesi nordici, furono disgustati e suggerirono che la Francia abbandonasse quel sistema. Senza successo. #9. Obbligo di inviare in Francia il budget annuale e il report sulle riserve. Senza report, niente soldi. In ogni caso il ministero delle banche centrali delle ex colonie, e il ministero dell’incontro biennale dei ministri delle finanze delle ex colonie è controllato dalla banca centrale francese e dal ministero del Tesoro.
#10. Rinuncia a siglare alleanze militari con qualsiasi paese se non autorizzati dalla Francia. I paesi africani in genere sono quelli che hanno il minor numero di alleanze militari regionali. La maggior parte dei paesi ha solo alleanze militari con gli ex colonizzatori (divertente, ma si può fare di meglio!). Nel caso delle ex colonie francesi, la Francia proibisce loro di cercare altre alleanze militari eccetto quelle che vengono offerte loro. #11. Obbligo di allearsi con la Francia in caso di guerre o crisi globali. Più di un milione di soldati africani hanno combattuto per sconfiggere il nazismo e il fascismo durante la Seconda Guerra Mondiale. Il loro contributo è spesso ignorato o minimizzato, ma se si pensa che alla Germania furono sufficienti solo 6 settimane per sconfiggere la Francia nel 1940, quest’ultima sa che gli africani potrebbero essere utili per combattere per la “Grandeur de la France” in futuro.
C’è qualcosa di psicopatico nel rapporto che la Francia ha con l’Africa. Primo, la Francia è molto dedita al saccheggio e allo sfruttamento dell’Africa sin dai tempi della schiavitù. Poi c’è questa mancanza di creatività e di immaginazione dell’élite francese a pensare oltre i confini del passato e della tradizione. Infine, la Francia ha due istituzioni che sono completamente congelate nel passato, abitate da “haut fonctionnaires” paranoici e psicopatici che diffondono la paura dell’apocalisse se la Francia cambiasse, e il cui riferimento ideologico deriva dal romanticismo del 19° secolo: sono il ministero delle finanze e del bilancio e il ministero degli affari esteri. Queste due istituzioni non solo sono una minaccia per l’Africa ma anche per gli stessi francesi. Tocca a noi africani liberarci, senza chiedere permesso, perché ancora non riesco a capire, per esempio, come possano 450 soldati francesi in Costa d’Avorio controllare una popolazione di 20 milioni di persone. La prima reazione della gente, subito dopo aver saputo della tassa coloniale francese, consiste in una domanda: “Fino a quando?”. Per paragone storico, la Francia ha costretto Haiti a pagare l’equivalente odierno di 21 miliardi di dollari dal 1804 al 1947 (quasi un secolo e mezzo) per le perdite subite dai commercianti di schiavi francesi dall’abolizione della schiavitù e la liberazione degli schiavi haitiani. I paesi africani stanno pagando la tassa coloniale solo negli ultimi 50 anni, perciò penso che manchi ancora un secolo di pagamenti!
(Mawuna Remarque Koutonin, “Quattordici paesi africani costretti a pagare la tassa coloniale francese”, da “Africa News” dell’8 febbraio 2014).

Sapevate che molti paesi africani continuano a pagare una tassa coloniale alla Francia dalla loro indipendenza fino ad oggi? Quando Sékou Touré della Guinea decise nel 1958 di uscire dall’impero coloniale francese, e optò per l’indipendenza del paese, l’élite coloniale francese a Parigi andò su tutte le furie e, con uno storico gesto, l’amministrazione francese della Guinea distrusse qualsiasi cosa che nel paese rappresentasse quelli che definivano i vantaggi della colonizzazione francese. Tremila francesi lasciarono il paese, prendendo tutte le proprietà e distruggendo qualsiasi cosa che non si muovesse: scuole, ambulatori, immobili dell’amministrazione pubblica furono distrutti; macchine, libri, strumenti degli istituti di ricerca, trattori furono sabotati; i cavalli e le mucche nelle fattorie furono uccisi, e le derrate alimentari nei magazzini furono bruciate o avvelenate. L’obiettivo di questo gesto indegno era quello di mandare un messaggio chiaro a tutte le altre colonie: il costo di rigettare la Francia sarebbe stato molto alto. Lentamente la paura serpeggiò tra le élite africane e nessuno, dopo gli eventi della Guinea, trovò mai il coraggio di seguire l’esempio di Sékou Touré, il cui slogan fu “Preferiamo la libertà in povertà all’opulenza nella schiavitù”.


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Tổng thống Thái Anh Văn cùng đồng nhiệm Quần đảo Marshall Hilda Heine duyệt hàng quân danh dự tại Đài Bắc ngày 27/07/2018. Đảo quốc có trên 53.000 dân này là một trong 18 nước còn giữ quan hệ ngoại giao với Đài Loan.REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
Theo tiến sĩ Trương Trí Trình (Chih Cheng Chang) trên The Diplomat, Trung Quốc chèn ép Đài Loan liên tục không chỉ vì không ưa đảng Dân Tiến của bà Thái Anh Văn, mà đây là chủ trương nằm trong chiến lược lâu dài của Bắc Kinh. 

Từ khi đảng Dân chủ Tiến bộ (DPP, gọi tắt là Dân Tiến) do bà Thái Anh Văn lãnh đạo chiến thắng trong cuộc bầu cử tổng thống và Quốc Hội Đài Loan vào tháng Giêng năm 2016, Trung Quốc đã tiến hành một loạt các bước để cô lập đảo quốc khỏi cộng đồng quốc tế. 

Trong đó có việc dùng tiền bạc chiêu dụ bốn quốc gia có quan hệ ngoại giao lâu dài với Đài Loan là Panama, Sao Tome và Principe, Burkina Faso, Cộng hòa Dominicana để các nước này cắt đứt mối giao tình. Hoặc đẩy Đài Loan ra khỏi ghế quan sát viên tại Diễn đàn Y tế Thế giới. 

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Gần đây nhất, Trung Quốc đã đại thắng khi gây áp lực lên 44 công ty hàng không trên toàn thế giới, kể cả các công ty có trụ sở tại Hoa Kỳ, buộc họ phải bỏ từ khóa « Đài Loan » ra khỏi hệ thống đặt chỗ. Đồng thời Trung Quốc cũng tước đoạt mất cơ hội của thành phố Đài Trung trở thành chủ nhà trong Đông Á Thanh Niên Vận Hội (East Asian Youth Games) năm 2019, tuy thành phố miền trung Đài Loan đã được giao tổ chức từ năm 2012. 

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Tại sao Trung Quốc liên tục bức hiếp Đài Loan như vậy ? Nhiều nhà phân tích chỉ đơn giản cho rằng Hoa lục cộng sản đương nhiên không ưa một Đài Loan dân chủ, với tân chính quyền có chính sách độc lập. Nhưng nếu đây là động cơ chính của Trung Quốc, thì chỉ gây phản tác dụng mà thôi. 

Các thủ đoạn chống lại đảng Dân Tiến chỉ làm cho Trung Quốc và Quốc Dân Đảng (KMT) bị người dân Đài Loan ghét bỏ. Một loạt các hành động bức hiếp quá đáng như vụ các hãng hàng không quốc tế và ngày hội thể thao của giới trẻ Đông Á như đã nói ở trên, khiến báo chí Đài Loan và các nhà bình luận dự đoán Quốc Dân Đảng sẽ thất bại nặng nề trong cuộc bầu cử tháng 11/2018. Nói cách khác, việc Trung Quốc bắt nạt Đài Loan chỉ gây khó khăn thêm cho Quốc Dân Đảng - vốn đang yếu hơn bao giờ hết - khi ra tranh cử. 

Chiến lược làm suy yếu chính phủ Đài Bắc 

Tuy nhiên theo The Diplomat, các hành động cưỡng bức gần đây của Trung Quốc nằm trong chiến lược cụ thể của các nhà lãnh đạo Bắc Kinh. Logic của chiến lược này không phải là chinh phục cảm tình của người dân Đài Loan, mà chủ yếu để làm suy yếu chính quyền Đài Bắc, do bà Thái Anh Văn phản đối chủ trương « chỉ có một nước Trung Hoa ». 

Trung Quốc cũng đã từng sử dụng chiến lược trấn áp đối với chính phủ Dân Tiến đầu tiên của Đài Loan, do tổng thống Trần Thủy Biển lãnh đạo từ năm 2000 đến 2008. Trong những năm đầu cầm quyền, ông Trần Thủy Biển từng hy vọng rằng qua chủ trương ôn hòa, ông có thể khởi đầu đối thoại được với Trung Quốc. Nhưng Bắc Kinh không chỉ từ chối tiếp xúc, mà còn gia tăng nỗ lực để đẩy Đài Loan ra khỏi thế giới ngoại giao. Sau khi lãnh một loạt những cú đòn, cùng với các xì-căng-đan tham nhũng liên quan đến gia đình, ông Trần Thủy Biển đã đổi hướng, chủ trương Đài Loan độc lập và trở nên cứng rắn hơn. 

Sự chuyển hướng này khiến đảng Dân Tiến bị thất bại trong cuộc bầu cử sau đó, và xích mích với chính quyền Bush ở Hoa Kỳ. Việc đảng Dân Tiến nhanh chóng bị mất đi sự ủng hộ của đồng minh quan trọng nhất là Hoa Kỳ, là một trong những thành công lớn nhất trong « wedge strategy » - chiến lược tác động lên công luận - của Trung Quốc trong đầu thế kỷ 21. 

Có thể nhận ra rằng Trung Quốc cũng xử sự tương tự với Hồng Kông. Sau thời kỳ « Cách mạng Dù vàng », Bắc Kinh đã đàn áp một cách có tính toán, đặt những nhóm chủ trương độc lập - vốn là một bộ phận nhỏ của phong trào dân chủ Hồng Kông - ra ngoài lề. Kết quả là tên tuổi của các nhóm đòi độc lập triệt để càng nổi bật hơn, phe ôn hòa bị thiệt hại : đa số những người chủ trương dân chủ chỉ ủng hộ một cách miễn cưỡng vì cho rằng phong trào đang bị cực đoan hóa. 

Nữ tổng thống Thái Anh Văn rõ ràng ý thức được nhu cầu giữ được lòng tin của Hoa Kỳ, và sự ủng hộ của đa số cử tri Đài Loan ; có nghĩa là giữ khoảng cách với các tư tưởng cực đoan đòi độc lập. Ngay từ khi nhậm chức, bà đã chủ trương duy trì nguyên trạng trong bối cảnh nhạy cảm hiện nay, và chưa bao giờ có động thái nào có thể tạo ra nguy cơ xung đột với Hoa lục. 

Thế lưỡng nan của tổng thống Đài Loan 

Tuy vậy ngay cả với một nhà lãnh đạo Dân Tiến thực dụng, đã tuyên bố không muốn quay lại với chính sách đối đầu trong quá khứ như bà Thái Anh Văn, Trung Quốc vẫn tiếp tục, thậm chí tăng cường nỗ lực tạo ra không khí bị cô lập và tuyệt vọng trong xã hội Đài Loan. Đây là phương tiện để làm mất lòng tin của dân chúng nơi chính quyền Dân Tiến, buộc bà Thái phải thay đổi quan điểm hoàn toàn. Bắc Kinh đặt bà vào thế lưỡng nan. 

Một mặt, nếu bà Thái Anh Văn không tỏ ra cứng rắn hơn so với chính sách hiện nay, các đồng minh chính trị chủ trương độc lập và những người ủng hộ bà có thể bỏ sang các đảng nhỏ khác, có quan điểm triệt để hơn về Đài Loan độc lập. Một trong những đảng đó là New Power Party (Lực Lượng Thời Đại), hiện đang chiếm vị trí thứ ba tại Quốc Hội Đài Loan, đang dòm ngó đến lượng cử tri của Dân Tiến. 

Mặt khác, nếu bà Thái Anh Văn chiều theo xu hướng đòi độc lập, chính quyền của bà có thể bị mất đi sự ủng hộ không chỉ từ Hoa Kỳ, như trường hợp ông Trần Thủy Biển, mà cả của đa số công dân Đài Loan - mà ưu tiên hàng đầu của họ là duy trì quan hệ ổn định ở hai đầu eo biển và tiếp tục phát triển kinh tế. 

Thế nên thay vì cải thiện hình ảnh của mình ở Đài Loan hay số phận của Quốc Dân Đảng, Trung Quốc đang cố hủy hoại lòng tin của người dân Đài Loan đối với đảng lãnh đạo, buộc bà Thái Anh Văn phải ngưng ngang chính sách thăng bằng tế nhị hiện nay. Nếu hiểu theo cách nào đó, Bắc Kinh đang theo đuổi một chiến lược « đôi bên cùng thiệt hại ». Tuy nhiên có vẻ như các biện pháp đàn áp của Trung Quốc ngày càng mãnh liệt hơn theo với thời gian. 

· Đọc thêm: Liệu Trung Quốc sẽ xâm lược Đài Loan ?

Theo tiến sĩ Trương Trí Trình, bà Thái Anh Văn chỉ có phạm vi xoay sở rất hẹp. Bà phải cố gắng đoàn kết nhân dân Đài Loan càng nhiều càng tốt để chống lại những mối đe dọa từ bên ngoài, và củng cố lòng tin của họ trong việc bảo vệ nền dân chủ của Đài Loan. Tuy nhiên những công dân phẫn nộ nhiều nhất trước các hành động ức hiếp của Trung Quốc có thể bỏ rơi bà tại phòng phiếu. 

Như vậy sự hỗ trợ của cộng đồng quốc tế - đặc biệt Hoa Kỳ, Nhật Bản và các quốc gia dân chủ khác - là điểm mấu chốt cho câu hỏi liệu chính phủ Thái Anh Văn có thể duy trì tình trạng ổn định ở hai bên bờ eo biển Đài Loan hay không. Tất cả những dạng thức ủng hộ đều giúp tăng cường tính chính đáng cho quan điểm đối ngoại hiện nay của Đài Bắc, đồng thời hạn chế những mưu toan gây bất ổn của Trung Quốc tại khu vực này. 

*Tiến sĩ Trương Trí Trình là giáo sư thỉnh giảng của Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, trường đại học Havard. 

Nguồn : RFI

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Hello, can anyone tell me where gay men in Ouagadougou meet? Thanks
          Jeune gay 19 ans      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Salut à tous !

Moi je me nomme Fayçal. Je suis un jeune gay de 19 ans, pas éfféminé, entièrement viril et je suis du Burkina Faso (Ouagadougou)

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In that case keep your gay sex tourism visits to African countries where gayness is either legal or tolerated... South Africa, Burkina Faso and Togo are the only countries I know where gayness is either legal or tolerated... Please let us know of others
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J'ai eu des bons moment, les vrais fantasmes avec des mecs qui ne veulent que de baiser, mais baiser des femmes, car 99,999999 % des burkinabès sont "straight". - En effet, l'équipe burkinabè de foot s'appelle "les étalons". - Vous voyez tous ces muscles monter, pomper sur des femmes les plus séduisantes (pour vous qui pouvez bien aussi apprécier l'autre sexe).

Donc, ces étalons se donnent de temps en temps aussi aux hommes, surtout des ethnies qui ne sont pas chrétiens mais musulman. Vraiment, ils baisent comme des dieux, des vrais dieux.

Soit ils demandent d'argent pour le service rendu, soit il faut aller "la longue voie", les faire l'amitié (sans montrer vos vraies intentions) puis un jour, soudain comment d'un ciel clair, les convaincre "d'approfondir" votre amitié, ou bien, si ces étalons tellement chaud et bien équipés le permettent, les carrement souler.

Donc, du courage, et surtout, bonne chance.

Pierre
          Cable Compendium: a guide to the week’s submarine and terrestrial developments      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Indian telecom operator *Bharti Airtel* has announced a submarine cable partnership with *Telecom Egypt*, under which it will get Indefeasible Rights of Use (IRUs) on the *Middle East North Africa Submarine Cable (MENA Cable)* and the *TE North* cable system, while also securing large capacities on two new cable systems, the *SeaMeWe-5* and the *Asia Africa Europe-1 (AAE-1)* networks. Airtel will have the right to use fibre pairs on the MENA Cable from Egypt to India with access to Saudi Arabia and Oman, and other fibre pairs from Egypt towards Italy. Airtel will also get the right to use a fibre pair from Egypt to France on TE North, along with capacities on SeaMeWe-5 and AAE-1 cable systems. Ajay Chitkara, CEO at Airtel Business, said: ‘The partnership including MENA Cable and TE’s network will be a good addition to our global network portfolio and provide us with a high quality and diversified new route to Western Europe and the rest of the world.’ **Alcatel Submarine Networks’ (ASN’s)* cable laying ship Ile de Batz has arrived in the Hao atoll (French Polynesia) from Papeete, with roughly 1,000km of the *NATITUA* submarine cable now being laid out, Radio New Zealand (RNZ) writes. Spanning more than 2,500km, the NATITUA system (with design capacity of 10Tbps) will link Tahiti to eight atolls in the archipelago of Tuamotu – Rangiroa, Manihi, Takaroa, Kaukura, Arutua, Fakarava, Makemo and Hao – with two islands of Marquisas, namely Hiva Oa and Nuku Hiva. The AUD65 million (USD48 million) NATITUA cable will extend the existing *Honotua* cable system, which connects the French Polynesian islands of Tahiti, Moorea, Huahine, Raiatea and Bora Bora to Hawaii (US). As previously reported by TeleGeography’s Cable Compendium, the *Office of Post and Telecommunications (Office des Postes et Telecommunications, OPT)* and Nokia’s ASN signed a turnkey agreement for the deployment of the subsea cable system in July 2017.*Filipino fibre provider *Converge* has revealed plans to roll out its network to Visayas and Mindanao, in addition to expanding and improving services in Luzon. The five-year project is expected to cost USD2 billion. Converge is working with three international subcontractors for the project: *Korea Telecoms* and *LSI-Fibernet Konstrukt Corporation* will deploy the terrestrial backbone in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao, while *TE SubCom* will lay the submarine system in the Visayas connecting multiple large islands in the region. Converge is aiming to complete the project by 2021, though segments of the Luzon rollout are expected to enter services as early as the end of 2018 while phases of the Visayas and Mindanao rollout are expected to be completed by mid-2019, and early 2020, respectively.**Coriant* has announced that Brazilian regional telecommunications service provider *Copel Telecom* has deployed its 200G optical transmission technology to scale its fibre-optic backbone network in the State of Parana. Powered by Coriant CloudWave Optics, the ultra-high speed solution enables Copel Telecom to meet growing bandwidth demands of its end-user customers, while enhancing the high-quality, low latency performance of end-to-end service connectivity. Copel Telecom’s fibre-optic network provides high-speed internet services in more than 81 cities, with carrier-class corporate services offered in all 399 municipalities in Parana.**Vodafone Wholesale*, a subsidiary of *Vodafone Ghana*, has deployed a second fibre-optic network connecting Ghana to landlocked countries in West Africa, including Burkina Faso, Niger, Mali, Cote d'Ivoire and Togo via Dakola, a town situated on the border with Burkina Faso. As previously reported by TeleGeography’s Cable Compendium, the Burkina Faso government inaugurated a new fibre link connecting capital city Ouagadougou to Dakola, next to the Ghanaian border, in July 2018. Work on the 307km system commenced back in October 2016, with Huawei undertaking the deployment. Burkina Faso received funding of XOF11.5 billion (USD20.5 million) from the World Bank to support the project.*We welcome your feedback about the *Cable Compendium*. If you have any questions, topic suggestions, or corrections, please email *editors@commsupdate.com*
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-Vendredi 10 Août 2018 -Le ministre Moussa Sanogo a procédé hier à l’inauguration et la mise en exploitation du site scanner du Bureau des Douanes de Ouangolo ville stratégique situé à la frontière entre la Côte d’Ivoire et le Burkina Faso en présence des autorités administratives, politiques et militaires, religieuses et coutumières de la région […]

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          Burkina Faso:Inondations - 4922 sinistrés et 7 décès enregistrés du 1er mai au 7 aout 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[Fasozine] Selon les statistiques compilées au niveau des démembrements du Conseil national de Secours d'urgence et de réhabilitation (Conasur), sept régions ont donc été touchées par les inondations et les vents violents.
          Gay men in Ouagadougou/ Burkina Faso      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hello, can anyone tell me where gay men in Ouagadougou meet? Thanks
          Jeune gay 19 ans      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Salut à tous !

Moi je me nomme Fayçal. Je suis un jeune gay de 19 ans, pas éfféminé, entièrement viril et je suis du Burkina Faso (Ouagadougou)

Je me suis inscrit ici car je désire faire connaissance avec ceux qui veulent également.
De préférence des personnes âgé de moins 23 ans, peu importe le pays d'origine et comprenant le français.

Je laisse mon Skype pour ceux qui en possèdent aussi, donc peuvent m'écrire s'ils veulent. Je réponds toujours aux demandes.

Photos sur demande sur WhatsApp, Viber, etc

Skype : gaelle5000020

A+
          Re: Gambians against Government`s anti-gay stance      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
In that case keep your gay sex tourism visits to African countries where gayness is either legal or tolerated... South Africa, Burkina Faso and Togo are the only countries I know where gayness is either legal or tolerated... Please let us know of others
          Re: Burkina Faso      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
J'ai eu des bons moment, les vrais fantasmes avec des mecs qui ne veulent que de baiser, mais baiser des femmes, car 99,999999 % des burkinabès sont "straight". - En effet, l'équipe burkinabè de foot s'appelle "les étalons". - Vous voyez tous ces muscles monter, pomper sur des femmes les plus séduisantes (pour vous qui pouvez bien aussi apprécier l'autre sexe).

Donc, ces étalons se donnent de temps en temps aussi aux hommes, surtout des ethnies qui ne sont pas chrétiens mais musulman. Vraiment, ils baisent comme des dieux, des vrais dieux.

Soit ils demandent d'argent pour le service rendu, soit il faut aller "la longue voie", les faire l'amitié (sans montrer vos vraies intentions) puis un jour, soudain comment d'un ciel clair, les convaincre "d'approfondir" votre amitié, ou bien, si ces étalons tellement chaud et bien équipés le permettent, les carrement souler.

Donc, du courage, et surtout, bonne chance.

Pierre
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Zinc miner Trevali Mining Corp said on Thursday an accident at its Perkoa Mine in Burkina Faso resulted in the death of a worker. The miner was hired by a contractor, the company said.
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