The SPRING programme 2011-2012 (Support for Partnership, Reforms and Inclusive Growth) is an instrument made available by the EU to the Southern Neighbourhood partners addressing challenges and opportunities in the context of the changes originated by the Arab Spring.
The focus of the SPRING programme in Egypt is the promotion of a sustainable inclusive growth and economic development. This specific assignment covers Component 3 of the Programme. The overall objective of Component 3 is to improve the socio-economic conditions and rights of the poorest and those most in need of the population. Concretely it aims at improving the socio-economic conditions of those most in need groups, in particular children exploited through child labour, girls who do not enjoy their rights to education, women-headed households and the poorest segments of the population.
The global objective of the assignment is to raise stakeholders and public awareness and visibility of the EU funded interventions supporting civil society to improve the socio-economic conditions and rights of the poorest and those most in need of the population in the most deprived areas of Egypt.
The specific objective of the assignment is to design and implement the communication and visibility strategy of the Socio Economic Development and Civil Society Support Programme and to provide the necessary technical support to the implementing partners.
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