Enthusiastic participants can now register their interest to participate in the International Mentor Program (IMP), run by Local Government Professionals Australia with support from MuAN.
Successful applicants will be assigned an international mentor, who works in local government in Australia. The pair will work together via email, social media, or video chat, and will be supported throughout a 16-week project.
Participation in the program is a chance to evolve personal and professional skills, while delivering a development project in a municipality.
If you know an emerging professional who could participate as a mentee, or if your municipality has the facilities to host a mentee while they carry out a project;register your interest via this link.
For more information about the program, visit the LGPro website, or email the In-Country Program Manager Hira KajiMaharjan: email@example.com.Read More →
MuAN is pleased to welcome two Regional Learning Centre Officers to the team. Shanta Paudel, based in Nepalgunj, and Kamal Gautam, in Hetauda; will facilitate knowledge sharing, establish new networks, and provide information to municipalities in their respective regions.
For over a decade, Shanta Paudel has worked toward good governance, accountability, child, and human rights, through several advocacy and program initiatives with government and non-government organisations.
Kamal Gautam’s career is deeply-rooted in human rights and governance. His work across Government and I/NGO programmes in a range of sectors has enabled him to contribute towards the empowerment of marginalised groups in Nepal.
Staff contact details:
RLC Officer - Nepalgunj
RLC Officer - HetaudaRead More →
LCAP has posted the vacancy for Coordinator of Sub-regional Committee and Office for South and Southwest Asia on the following links:
In order to get significant number of applications, we kindly request you to post the vacancy on your website and any reliable job-seeker website. Enclosed please find ToR for the vacant position.Read More →