Study on the future of Development Co-operation
The objective is to gain an understanding of how Official Development Assistance (ODA) approaches and instruments have affected South Africa since 2000 and what the future might look like.
Project LocationSouth Africa (Pretoria)
Duration7.5 months (minimum 100 days)
Education LevelA Master's Degree academic level in the disciplines related to development
A high level of computer literacy and high level English proficiency (speaking, writing and presentation skills)
The Category I Expert should have at least 10 years of experience in development economics or development finance or social sciences.
Experience in the global debates on development cooperation, financing for development and the changing nature of ODA, and new forms of cooperation (dialogue, blending, etc);
Experience of at least 5 years in donor funded programme implementation in ODA;
Experience in public sector procedures, public finance management or performance monitoring and evaluation systems, will be an advantage;
Experience in working in South Africa, will be an advantage.