The Freetown City Council with Funding from the Mayor’s Migration Council (MMC) is implementing a Waste Management Micro-Enterprise Program to address urgent COVID-19 relief needs of migrants, refugees, and internally displaced people Freetown living in urban centres while empowering local leadership to institute inclusive practices that can be scaled and replicated elsewhere. FCC will build on the EU existing waste micro-enterprise strategy to expand its Waste Management Micro-Enterprise program to ensure more youth living in informal settlements, many of whom are rural migrants, access the opportunity to jointly improve their livelihoods and the public health of their communities, now and in the future.
In fulfilment of the project implementation, FCC invites applications from suitable qualified waste service providers youth groups in Freetown.
Successful youth groups will be responsible for the following:
To be successful, waste service provider MUST:
If you are interested in working as a waste service provider for Freetown City Council and have the right skills and experience, send your application, consisting of a letter of interest, and Freetown City Council waste service provider registration certificate to the Head of Environmental, Health and Sanitation Department Freetown City Council at 17 Wallace Johnson Street, New City Hall, using “WASTE SERVICE PROVIDER” as the subject of the application.