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Job Announcement Staff for NOREC Exchange Program Project in 2023-2024 Exchange Opportunity-Learn and Work in Bangladesh Based at Nobo Jibon (New Life Charity) in Palashpole, Satkhira, Bangladesh




KAPE is an education-focused agency that has steadily grown since its establishment in 1999. The agency is currently operating 20 projects and has funding from 16 donors including the European Union, UNICEF, Kinchan Foundation, Child Fund, Oaktree Foundation, The Asia Foundation, WeWorld, and the Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sport itself, among many others. In 2016, KAPE started to receive direct funding from MoEYS, the first and only agency to have ever achieved this honor, which speaks to our close relationship with the government. KAPE has developed strong internal financial controls and has regular external audits including major reviews of financial practices conducted by certified auditors as well as Global Audits. In 2022, KAPE fielded over 100 personnel in 8 provinces and had an annual funding portfolio of $4.3 million.


KAPE’s primary development objective focuses on promoting improvements in the formal education system in 3 main areas: (i) Educational Access, (ii) Educational Quality, and (iii) Governance. Based on the agency’s experience, investment in access and quality often has only muted effects if educational institutions lack good governance and accountability; thus, KAPE’s primary objective focuses on improving good governance in schools as the linchpin to our strategy to improve educational access and quality.


About NOREC Exchange Program


The Norwegian Agency for Exchange Cooperation (NOREC) is an executive body under the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. On the basis of annual letters of allocation, Norec manages grant resources in support of global partnerships for sustainable development. Through collaborative work exchanges and the sharing of competence and expertise, Norec helps young professionals develop international expertise in sustainable development. Norec supports global partnerships for sustainable development and strives to maintain a diverse portfolio of thematic areas and types of partners. Norec addresses the overall development policies and priorities of the Government of Norway, anchored in the 2030 Agenda.


Recently, KAPE received a grant from NOREC to implement an exchange program in collaboration with Nobo Jibon (New Life Charity) Organization based in Bangladesh for 2023-2024 under the theme “Mutual Cooperation for Developing Education Institution”. The program aims to provide participants with knowledge, best practices, on-hand experience, and training and workshop in relation to ICT curriculum development for vocational training purposes and the adaptation of New Generation School (NGS) Initiative in Nobo Jibon, which leads to the educational institution enhancement.


Therefore, KAPE is seeking qualified Cambodian nationals (exchange participants) to express their interest in applying for the NOREC Exchange Program in 2023-2024. The successful participants will be based at Nobo Jibon Organization in Palashpole, Satkhira, Bangladesh for 12 months and a follow-up period of 2 months in Cambodia after returning from Bangladesh. This program is starting from September 2023 to October 2024.


Key responsibilities:


  1. Be willing to learn new skills and best practices with different cultures at Nobo Jibon.
  2. Attend all compulsory meetings, events, training/workshops, and preparatory training organized Norec or Nobo Jibon;
  3. Be able to provide support to Nobo Jibon in terms of staff capacity building, training, and workshop in relation to NGS implementation.
  4. Write required progress reports for KAPE and Nobo Jibon.
  5. Coordinate in developing a quality improvement plan and a training manual of new teaching methods (adapted from NGS) for Nobo Jibo.
  6. Work under the supervision of KAPE and Nobo Jibon.




  1. The Participants will receive:
    1. A monthly stipend/allowance of $750 (includes tax).
    2. A departure/set-up grant of $500.
    3. A full coverage accommodation in Bangladesh.
    4. A language course support for a maximum of 6 months.
    5. Round-trip airfare and international travel health insurance and other expenses to activities.
    6. Opportunities for international networking with other participants from different countries.




  • A Bachelor’s Degree (Master’s degree is a plus) in Education, Mentoring, Computer Science, or other related fields;
  • At least 2 years of experience working in the formal education sector.
  • At least 1 year of experience in teaching or providing training or workshop to participants or trainees.
  • Knowledge of New Generation School context is a plus.
  • Have a good command of English both speaking and writing.
  • Good computer skills (Microsoft 365, Digital technology tools etc.).
  • Ability to work in a school context and with teachers, children, and youth.
  • Flexibility and teamwork orientated.
  • Supportive with good problem-solving skills.


Interested candidates should submit their CV (maximum 3 pages) including three (2) references and Cover Letter with the subject: “Application for NOREC Exchange Program 2023-2024 to the email contact provided below. The full ToR for the position is available upon request. 


Applications must be submitted on or before 15 August 2023, at 5:00 PM. Please submit your application to Mr. Chhuon Saran, HR/Admin Manager:, and CC: Mr. Sar Sophanak, EdTech Coordinator:




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