NCPWD Career Portal is a digital platform created to support Persons With Disabilities in their efforts to grow their careers by providing them with opportunities to gain relevant skills and find suitable jobs in industries/roles that they are interested in. The project is being coordinated by the Innovation-to-Inclusion (i2i) programme. The platform is powered by technology from Fuzu, East Africa’s fastest-growing career development platform, which will help match individuals with learning modules, jobs and blog content that is tailored to their needs. Aside from NCPWD, i2i and Fuzu, a number of prestigious organizations have mobilized resources and personnel to help make this platform a reality.
The goal of the portal is to provide equal career development opportunities to Persons with Disabilities. The ONLY requirement to sign up for the program is to have an NCPWD-provided disability card. This has been made mandatory to avoid people with no disability to abuse the platform.
Send us email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will then contact you, help you to create an account and start posting employment opportunities to the program participants.
Similar job portal in the past have had one sole focus - advertising jobs, and have been launched independently by a single agency/organization. This portal is different! We have been extremely mindful to not limit the potential of this platform to just a job portal. It will include special courses for people with disabilities to upskill themselves, and tailor-made blog content & thought leadership to drive value beyond that provided by traditional portal. To develop this platform, the top minds from Government, NGOs and the Private sector were brought together to pool in resources and brainpower. We spent more than half a year developing this platform to make sure it is up to the standards that people expect from any leading organization.
The National Council for Persons with Disabilities is a state corporation established by an Act of Parliament; the Persons with Disabilities Act No. 14 of 2003 and set up in November 2004. The Council representation is drawn from key government Ministries and organizations of/for persons with disabilities. The Vision:- A barrier-free society for Persons with Disabilities The Mission:- To promote and protect equalization of opportunities and realization of human rights for PWDs to live decent livelihoods. Core Values:- 1. Inclusivity 2. Human Dignity 3. Equality and equity 4. Integrity 5. Results-oriented
Innovation to Inclusion (i2i) aims to address key challenges persons with disabilities experience in accessing economic opportunities and waged employment in low and middle-income countries. The programme aims to: - Explore innovative market-based interventions to improve livelihoods and autonomy for women and men with disabilities, through collaboration with traditional and non-traditional partners; - Generate data and evidence to further understanding of whether persons with disabilities are benefiting from economic opportunities; - Promote sustained inclusive economic employment for persons with disabilities, particularly women
Fuzu is East Africa’s leading career platform. It provides personalised job recommendations, career guidance and learning opportunities for individuals. For organisations, Fuzu offers advanced tools for sourcing talent in East Africa’s fastest growing talent pool of more than a million profiles.