American Center’s English Teaching Program

The U. S. Embassy Bamako announces an open competition for individuals and organizations to submitapplications to carry out an English teaching program in Sikasso and Tombouctou regions of Mali.The selected recipient for this award will be responsible for coordinating all logistics and operationalaspects


of this English teaching program, including recruitment of target audiences, curriculadevelopment, development of teaching materials, room reservations for classes, recruitment of Englishteachers, English placement tests, implementation of English classes, reporting, etc.This English teaching program will last ten to twelve full months and will provide free English classesto the target audience of community leaders and/or youth aged 17-30 (male and female), are residentsof either Timbuktu or Sikasso with a minimum of baccalaureate education level and who already speaksome English (pre-intermediate and intermediate level) but need to raise their competency to a fluencythat would allow them to participate in a fully English exchange program.
Agency: Department of State

Office: U.S. Mission to Mali

Estimated Funding: $25,000

Who's Eligible

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Additional Information of Eligibility:
For-profit or commercial entities are not eligible to apply.

The Public Diplomacy Section encourages applications from: • Individuals with significant experience in English teaching.

• U.S Higher Institution alumni and alumni from U. S. government exchange programs.

• Malian non-profit/nongovernmental organizations with significant experience in English teaching.

• Accredited public and private non-profit educational institutions.

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