Afghanistan seeks PPP expert

The government of Afghanistan is hiring a PPP expert to review the country’s legislative framework.

The Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs, Martyrs and Disabled is seeking an expert on vocational training to provide capacity building support for ministry staff in Kabul, with the possibility to move across provinces.

Under a one-year contract, the winner will also develop a report with recommendations on how to adopt the PPP model for technical and vocational education.

The ministry currently has 46 vocational training centres across 22 provinces.

The winner must have at least five years’ experience in the PPP sector or in private sector development.

Applications are sought by 10 December.

In May 2015, a PPP expert died in Kabul following a Taleban ambush.