AMWIK seeks the services of a qualified information technology(IT) firm/consultant to audit its ICT system.
This includes an overview of the office computing facilities, computer hardware and software, printers, fax machines, photocopiers, mobile phones, e-mail, modems, internet and intranet collectively (Information Technology).
For more details about the call, please click here.
AMWIK in partnership with The Urgent Action Fund, Eastern African Sub-Regional Support Initiative for the Advancement of Women and a consortium including Tanzania Media Women Association, IIDA Women’s Development Organisation, and Friends of Lake Turkana is currently implementing an advocacy project documenting the impact of Covid 19 on small and medium scale women traders in Eastern Africa with a view to build evidence to be used in supporting recovery efforts . AMWIK is focusing in Kenya and also telling stories on the Social Impact of COVID19.
The organization seeks to hire a short term Social Media Consultant (2 months) to work closely with the staff in realizing its objectives. Please click here for more Information.
AMWIK seeks a qualified consultant to develop a Resource Mobilization strategy with a proposed results-oriented action plan that takes into account the changing donor landscape as well as assess lessons learnt from past and current resource mobilization efforts.
To find out more about the requirements, please click here for the full Terms of Reference. The deadline for application is 5th September 2020.
AMWIK in partnership with The Urgent Action Fund, Eastern African Sub-Regional Support Initiative for the Advancement of Women (EASSI) and a consortium including Tanzania Media Women Association, IIDA Women’s Development Organisation and Friends of Lake Turkana is currently implementing an advocacy project documenting the Impact of Covid 19 on small and medium scale women traders in Eastern Africa. AMWIK is focusing on Kenya.To this end, AMWIK seeks a qualified consultant in the field of videography as part of this project.
Please find a detailed call in the link here.
The deadline for application is Tuesday, 25th August 2020 at 5pm.
COVID 19 has brought about challenges to the whole society. With the recent reports about teenage pregnancies, is there a co-relation between COVID 19 and the pregnancies? What about child marriages?
AMWIK is therefore inviting Malindi based journalists who are interested and require support in doing well researched stories on this and more issues.
If interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, story idea and the outlet your story will be published by Monday, 6th July 2020.
AMWIK is looking for a national consultant, who will closely work with the Board of Directors and the Executive Director to lead the process of and the development of its new strategic plan for the period of 2020-2025
For the full Terms of Reference, click here
The deadline for application is Friday, 17th July 2020
Are you an AMWIK member covering the COVID19 Pandemic here in Kenya? Do you need additional resources to help you cover and present a well-balanced, objective and captivating story?
The Association of Media Women in Kenya (AMWIK) would like to support you in this endeavor. This is but a modest amount to help you in pursuing the story and will include expenses such as data bundles, airtime, and transport.
Please send a snippet of your story idea and the kind of support you may need to email@example.com . Please also include your name, phone number and media outlet you hope to publish the story in. Freelance journalists and bloggers are also invited to submit their request. Also feel free to request for a senior member who may brainstorm together with you on your story idea. This starts us off towards our feature service.
Please note this opportunity is for Paid Up members.
AMWIK seeks a consultant to conduct a baseline research on the impact of fake news on women in politics and media: A case study of the 2017 Kenyan Electioneering period.
Attached please find Re-Advertised Terms of Reference. The application deadline is Monday, 8th October 2018.
You are encouraged to apply if interested and to support in circulation to your networks.
AMWIK is seeking to engage a consultant who will help develop a fact sheet on fake news. The factsheet will be a key resource tool for journalists but also the public who have also become a major consumer of fake news.
How to Apply:
If interested, please download the Terms of Reference- Fake News Fact Sheet Development and submit your detailed application documents and CV in PDF format stating your consultancy fee.
NB: Deadline extended to Monday, 8th October 2018. Apply by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating the subject of the email as ‘’Fake News Factsheet””. Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.