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Recruiting Company / Department :-  MEDA

Hiring Position :-  Strategic Learning

Job Location :-  Davao City, Philippines

Payout or Salary :-  Roughly Pay Of ₱ 19816.00 per month

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MEDA Careers | Job Description

      • Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA) invites applications for a Strategic Learning & Knowledge Management Specialist to join our dedicated and talented team in Davao City, Philippines on our mission to create business solutions to poverty!


        MEDA’s work is built on a foundation of Mennonite business roots and faith-based values, within the global context of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. We believe business solutions are effective interventions to address poverty. Through a market-systems approach and strategic partnerships, MEDA enables access to finance and provides business and technical expertise to build transformative agri-food market systems that create decent jobs, allowing traditionally excluded groups to become active participants in a sustainable economy. MEDA welcomes all who share our values and want to join us in our mission. To find out more about MEDA, please visit our website at




        The five-year initiative, Resilience and Inclusion through Investment for Sustainable Agrikultura (RIISA), strives for more resilient and inclusive economic growth for women and men cacao smallholder farmers (SHFs), including religious and ethnic minorities, in Mindanao, Philippines, from strengthened cacao market systems supported by investment. With a focus on Davao region and exposure to the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (BARMM), RIISA responds to multiple challenges in the Philippines cacao sector and draws on MEDA’s experience in market systems development (MSD), Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) business support, gender lens investing (GLI), gender equality and social inclusion (GESI), and environment and climate change (ECC). RIISA will address sectoral constraints by piloting an innovative market systems approach that identifies cacao market system gaps, mobilizes investment capital, and strengthens local capacity; as well as strategically gathering learnings that can be replicated to strengthen the cacao sector’s enabling environment.


        With support from the Government of Canada, MEDA is implementing Resilience and Inclusion through Investment for Sustainable Agrikultura (RIISA). This project aims to support inclusive economic opportunities in the poor, rural areas of Mindanao (Davao Region and BARRM areas), in the Philippines. Aligned with the Government of the Philippines’ post-coronavirus (COVID-19) recovery response, this project works to increase the productivity of cacao farms and enterprises, particularly those led by women, while promoting gender equality and resiliency in communities vulnerable to conflict and climate change.


        RIISA will address cacao SHFs socio-economic challenges while contributing to market systems resilience (MSR) by:


        • Mobilizing gendered Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) focused investment for cacao sector small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and financial intermediaries (FIs).
        • Strengthening the capacity on Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) and human rights (HR), and Environment and Climate Change (ECC), of local business service providers (BSPs) to deliver better services and products to cacao SMEs and cooperatives.
        • Strengthening the capacity of cacao cooperatives and smallholder farmers (SHFs) for environmentally sustainable and inclusive farming and business practices.
        • Improving the key enabling environment actors’ awareness of gendered Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) practices in the cacao market system. MEDA expects that RIISA’s investment and TA will directly benefit more than 5,400 SHFs (40% women), while indirectly impacting more than 30,000 members of cacao SHF households, employees of cacao SMEs and cooperative members.
        • MEDA expects to have positive impacts in the wider investment and market system enabling environment through the project’s Strategic Learning Agenda (SLA).




        Under the guidance and direct supervision of MIM Manager, the Strategic Learning & Knowledge Management Specialist will be responsible to provide support in achieving project intermediate outcome of improving practices of relevant cacao market actors to promote best gendered Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) market system practices in the Philippines. This outcome will lead the project in developing a Strategic Learning Agenda (SLA) and re-establish or strengthen an existing Cacao Advisory Council intended to build, strengthen, and sustain market-making, gender lens investing, and other strategic relationships between SHFs, cooperatives, SMEs such as aggregators and chocolate manufacturers, financial intermediaries, and national traders and exporters. These partnerships will enhance the cooperation and connectivity domains needed to build or enhance cacao market systems resilience, attract investment capital, and create or strengthen inclusive business support services to better serve cacao SMEs and cooperatives.


        • Job Status: Full-time Contract
        • Anticipated Start Date: August 2022
        • Location: Davao City, Philippines




        Facilitation of Strategic Learning Agenda

        One of the key main responsibilities of this position is to provide support in co-development of learning framework/strategic learning agenda guiding all learning activities of the project across components. These events will be participated by relevant actors from local and regional cacao market systems through a Participatory Action Research (PAR) approach. Specific tasks of this post includes:

        • Leading in identifying and convening the SLA stakeholders that will form part in organizing Communities of Practice in the cacao industry and help in formulating a joint framework for the industry in the covered regions;
        • Organizing 2-3 (virtual and/or face-to-face) meetings annually with SLA workshop participants as preparatory activity for the annual SLA conference;
        • Leading the facilitation of SLA workshops encouraging networks/learning/knowledge generation and sharing between key cacao market system actors, including government representatives, civil society, and international stakeholders.
        • Utilizing a participatory action research (PAR) approach in organized meetings/ workshops identifying key SLA questions such as:
          • What are the key considerations impeding equitable growth within the Philippine cacao sector, i.e., environment & climate change, gender equality and social inclusion, financing, etc.?
          • How does integration of ESG within business or cooperative operations boost performance – in profits, in productivity, in employee/supplier retention, etc.?
          • Gender Lens Investing is still nascent in the Philippines and focused on the use of sex-disaggregated data and targeting of women-led businesses. How can RIISA further the discourse and promotion of GLI with organizations such as AVPN and Investing in Women.
          • Production of 1 SLA documentation where industry action agenda are identified and workplan drafted and operationalized through an action plan by the member stakeholder.

        Production of Knowledge Management Materials

        Another key main responsibility of this position is to provide support in the production of learnings products once research questions are determined. Learning will be captured and incorporated into a variety of products and disseminated among project stakeholders and the wider impact investment community, with the following specific tasks:

        • Provide support in production and development of five (5) learning products[1] that are relevant and based on the results of cacao industry SLA activity documentation;
        • Lead in organizing and facilitating five (5) learning and dissemination events[2] of learning products developed catering to a range of audiences including the impact investment community


        [1] Learning products can be videos, KM websites, books, posters by type and topic relevant to the Cacao Industry

        [2] Examples are: annual learning conferences with project partners, learning exchanges, co-creation sessions


        Any other duties and/or requirements as assigned




        Education: Completed a Master’s degree in Social Sciences, Development Communication, Development Studies or any related field.


        Experience: At least 5 years combined experience in facilitating and documenting strategic learning events, knowledge learning fairs, community-based research, social marketing, production of knowledge management materials, and use of information and communication technologies.


        Additional Qualifications:


        • Appreciation and support of MEDA’s Mission vision and values.
        • Understanding and appreciation of business principles, international development, and MEDA’s approach to creating business solutions to poverty.
        • Must be knowledgeable with both qualitative and quantitative data collection methods and analysis;
        • Significant experience in copy editing, documentation, design of market information materials, preparation of visual materials.
        • Proficient in Microsoft Software use i.e., Word, Excel, and Power Point; additional experience with MS Access and design applications (Canva, InDesign, etc.) a plus;
        • Knowledgeable in using hardware for data collection, social media use and data storage: tablets, camera, video recorder, etc.


        Required Competencies

        • Creative thinking, initiative, high sense of responsibility, ability to plan and organize work
        • Extent of analytical skills on technical issues.
        • Be an excellent communicator who can initiate and continue interactions with the people who share their insights and knowledge.
        • Ability to work under tight deadlines and prioritize responsibilities and tasks to accomplish.
        • Ability to work in a collaborative environment and minimal supervision.
        • Ability to focus on quantity and quality in the face of repetitive work.
        • Excellent organizational, reporting, communication, representation, negotiation and diplomatic skills.
        • Strong organizational skills and attention to details.
        • Keenness to understand, interpret and implement feedback effectively.
        • Self-motivated with a positive attitude for work.
        • Hard-working, innovative, creative, and eager to learn.


        COMMUNICATION SKILLS: Excellent written and oral communication skills in English and local language. Knowledge of another local languages an advantage.


         Ability to collaborate and negotiate with different persons having different agendas and build consensus. Strong ability to come up with creative solutions. Ability to work with little supervision, good organizational and management skills.


        : Able to travel in country and work in hybrid work setting (on-site, field work and work from home).

        APPLICATION DEADLINE: June 24, 2022. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis when received. All employment decisions are made on the basis of qualifications and organizational needs. Only successful applicants will be contacted.


        MEDA is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to creating an inclusive and diverse environment of mutual respect. Reasonable accommodation for applicants with disabilities are available during all phases of the recruitment process. We ask that any applicants requiring such accommodation make their needs known in advance.

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