Team: Farmer-to-Farmer | Commitment: Volunteer | Location: Ethiopia
Webpage Content Development Assignment
CNFA is implementing a three-year USAID-funded Feed the Future Ethiopia Farm Service Center Project. The Feed the Future Ethiopia Farm Service Center Project provides technical backstopping to the Ethiopian Agricultural Transformation Agency (ATA), which is establishing 20 new Farm Service Centers (FSCs) throughout Oromia, Amhara, Tigray and SNNPR. These FSCs are private, retail input and farm service supply businesses that serve as an innovative and replicable model for scale up in Ethiopia and throughout Africa. In addition, the Feed the Future Ethiopia Farm Service Center Project is strengthening the apex wholesale buying entity, EGAA Agricultural Input Suppliers PLC (EGAA), which was formed under the Commercial Farm Service Program and has been designed to streamline the inventory needs of the FSCs from multinational suppliers.
- Define EGAA’s business scope to be clearly and sufficiently depicted on EGAA’s website;
- Conceptualize, design and produce intuitive, user-friendly, aesthetically pleasing, thematically appropriate and technically efficient webpage content and layout that adheres to best web practices and standards;
- Provide training and technical assistance to EGAA staff on how to efficiently manage the website;
- Produce other communication materials like brochures, leaflets and fliers for EGAA
Desired Qualifications of Volunteer:
- College degree and/or equivalent experience in Graphic Design or Communications;
- Experience with word processing techniques and standards;
- Background or skills in publishing, editorial operations or desktop publishing and experience in editorial content creation or multipurpose communication material preparations;
- Individual must have demonstrated skills and verified experience in a Windows and Linux environment;
- Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite, graphic manipulation and creation, and knowledge of web authoring tools is preferred.
Deadline: December 15th, 2016