CREATIVE ASSOCIATES INTERNATIONAL is a dynamic, fast-growing global development firm that specializes in education, economic growth, democratic Institutions and stabilization. Based in Washington, DC, Creative has a field presence in more than 15 countries with a strong client portfolio that includes the U.S. Agency for International Development and the State Department among others.

Commencing in October 2015 under funding support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the five-year Northern Education Initiative Plus (the Initiative) project is strengthening the ability of Bauchtanz Sokoto states to provide greater access to basic education–especially for girls and Out-of-School-Children (OSC) –and to significantly improve reading outcomes for more than one million school-aged children and youths.

The Initiative employs a holistic approach, addressing a broad range of critical factors that affect learning, teaching, systems management, parental participation and community engagement. The project strategy focuses on strengthening the technical and administrative capacity, commitment and accountability of federal, state and Local Government Education Authorities (LGEAS) to provide effective English and mother tongue based Early Grade Reading (EGR) teaching and learning to its pupils. Also, to deliver literacy, numeracy and life skills to OOSC and youths and whenever possible mainstream them into formal schools The Initiative is implemented by Creative Associates International in collaboration with three US-based international organizations Education Development Center (EDC). Florida State University (FSU), Overseas Strategic Consulting (OSC) – and four Nigerian organizations-Value Minds, Civil Society Action Coalition on Education for All (CSACEFA), Reading Association of Nigeria (RAN), the Federation of Muslim Women’s Associations in Nigeria (FOMWAN), and more than 46 local Civil Society Organizations (CSOs). The Initiative is focused on building programmatic ownership among Federal, State and Local Government Education Authorities (L.GEAS), as well as increases their commitment to quality early grade reading instruction and increased access.

The Initiative will need the services of consultants who will be responsible for supporting development of scope and sequence curriculum materials in Yoruba based on the developed scope and sequence for pupils and teachers. The consultants needed are as follows. Yoruba Teacher Education Expert, Yoruba Language Expert, Yoruba Graphics Designer, Yoruba Illustrator, Yoruba Reading Advisor and Yoruba Curriculum Materials Developer

Creative is therefore requesting interested candidates for the listed services in the advert above to obtain an electronic copy of the detailed scope of work of their SPECIALTY by sending a request to with the mail subject “Application for Yoruba Language

This application is from 12th December, 2019 and closes on 18th December, 2019.

* Creative is an equal opportunities employer.