Restaurando a dignidade

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GIK Officer - Hargeisa

Project Officer – Gifts In Kind

The Role:

The Project Officer will be responsible for the successful operation of the GIK (Gifts in Kind) program in compliance with DMT (Disaster Management Team) policies, GIK minimum standards, Supply Chain reference guide and other international donors’ standards.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Maintenance of minimum standards for the GIK program implementation and management.

  • Maintenance of standardized reporting tools and ensure timely GIK reporting to a variety of stakeholders.

  • Training of staff on data base management, reporting formats and protocols.

  • Maintenance and updating of the NTS databases and training of new users.

  • Maintenance of an Inventory for GIK and independent GIK movement sheets.

  • Ensure timely, effective dispatch and flow of GIK to beneficiaries.

  • Good management of relationships with partners implementing GIK Activities.


  • Bachelors degree in Community Development, Developmental Studies, Business Administration, Economics or any other related field.

  • At least two years of hands on experience in commodity tracking and accounting.

  • Strong analytical skills and high-level technical proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel and Access.

  • Good capacity building skills.

  • Good organization and inter-personal skills.

  • Certified CTS & NTS User / Advanced User

Working Environment:

The position is office-based in Hargeisa with frequent travel to the field.

World Vision adheres to strict child and adult safeguarding principles. All selected candidates will therefore undergo rigorous reference and background checks which will include criminal background checks. They will be expected to adhere to these standards and principles. Academic certificates will be verified with the issuing institution.

Project Officer - Cash & Food Assistance (Dollow)

The Role:

Project Officer will be responsible for supporting implementation of project activities; in accordance with the provided donor guidelines while ensuring that all the necessary project documentation is in place and accurate. He/she will be responsible for conducting field visits and monitoring of project activities.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Participation in project design and proposal development.

  • Participation in project implementation of cash & voucher activities.

  • Ensure quality, timely reporting.

  • Foster external and internal engagement to promote awareness of the program, support fund-raising efforts, and facilitate coordination.

  • Promote accountability, compliance and good stewardship.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Agriculture, Agricultural extension, Business Administration, Social sciences, from a reputable and recognized University /College.

  • Minimum of 3 years relevant experience in a related job.

  • Computer literacy in MS Word, MS Excel, Power point and Technical Drawing packages.

  • Experience in community based participatory development approaches.

  • Experience in use of data bases like LMMS & SCOPE.

  • At least 2 years of experience in relief and development work.

  • Practical experience in Crop Production, Soil and Water Management, Pest Management, Post-Harvest handling techniques and Marketing will be an added advantage.

  • Demonstrates well-developed interpersonal skills, excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, as well as negotiation skills.

Working Environment:

The position is field-based in Beled-hawa with frequent travels to project sites.

World Vision adheres to strict child and adult safeguarding principles. All selected candidates will therefore undergo rigorous reference and background checks which will include criminal background checks. They will be expected to adhere to these standards and principles.

Academic certificates will be verified with the issuing institutions.

Programme Effectiveness Team Leader

rogramme Effectiveness Team Leader

Reports to: National Director

Duration : 2 years fixed term contract


Purpose of the Position:

The purpose of this position is to provide leadership and technical oversight on program quality, design, monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning for all programs and projects in WV Lesotho. Coordinate development and review of country office strategy and ensure alignment of programs to country strategy including field compliance to LEAP standards and requirements to ensure quality programs and projects that contribute to achievement of strategic objectives and delivery of impact. Promote learning through a functional knowledge management system and ensure documentation, sharing and utilization of knowledge and evidence to facilitate learning and innovation, enhance decision-making and improve quality of programs and its effectiveness.

In coordinating strategy, this position will facilitate strategy review, monitoring through a structured approach adhering to WVI strategy framework and apply strong analytical skills using available data to better understand strategic and operational issues that may impede progress across any area of WV Lesotho operation.

This will be achieved through proving guidance and technical insights in programme design, monitoring, evaluation, accountability, learning (DMEAL) and impact. This position will support a wide range of program design and implementation issues in line with World Vision’s program quality principles and standards, donor guidelines, and industry best practices to advance the delivery of high-quality programming delivered by WV Lesotho.

This position will work with implementing teams to assess program quality gaps, develop and monitor joint strategic plans to drive improved program quality. This will include optimizing WV existing systems and approaches to enhance the use of program data for adaptive management, decision-making and impact reporting.


Strategy management

Working with the Senior Leadership Team (SLT) ensure country strategy alignment to the Partnership Strategy and the SDG with clear ministry alignment, objectives and programme design.

Contribute towards the development of sub strategies including technical designs and Area program plans, Resource development strategy etc.

Ensure that Annual Business Plan is developed in consultation with the SLT and approved by the key stakeholders.

Lead and facilitate annual strategy review process to review progress of objectives, targets and management deliverables.

Ensure effective strategy monitoring and reporting mechanisms are in place to track strategy execution.

End Results Expected

country strategy aligned with WVI strategy and government plan.

Technical program design, areas program plans, resource development plans and departmental plans aligned to WVL strategy.

WVL operations delivers /achieves 80% of the outcomes on its strategy annual targets

NO has proper strategy monitoring system in place with established dashboard to be used for organization communication and decision making.

Engage with the Regional Strategy Network

Strategy Support Team Coordination

Provide Leadership in the Strategy Support Team (SST) processes for the NO including developing an action plan.

Lead the Lesotho SST action plan execution to ensure adequate support from Support Offices (SO), National Office leadership and Southern Africa Region (SAR) in its implementation

Coordinate recommendations for improving Strategy review recommendations emerging SST strategy review process.

End Results Expected

SST engagement leads to improved ministry impact and program quality.

NO leadership, Support Office and Regional Office members are held accountable to SST action plan through regular SST meetings

Technical expertise accessed to support delivery of Field Office Strategy

MEAL and Impact Technical Leadership

Provide strategic leadership in evidence based child focused programming and M&E.

Provide leadership in the implementation of WVI MEAL systems that meet donor requirements and adhere to World Vision’s M&E policies, procedures, and practices.

Lead customization and design of digital forms for data collection and the design of approaches for data visualization that facilitate use of data and quality reporting.

Create and nurture an effective, collaborative & High Performing evidence and impact team and ensure quality and timely delivery of all WVI programming MEAL products and deliverables.

Collate and share with senior management and operations team strategic, concise and timely results on all NO programme baselines, semi-annual and annual programme outputs and inputs, evaluations,

End Results Expected

NO adherence to WVI MEAL programming and quality standards including LEAP, Program Quality and Transformational development promoting evidence based and sustainable programming.

MEAL system and processes established and functional at all levels.

Outcome monitoring, baseline and evaluation assessments and all other technical assessments are conducted to meet the expected quality standards.

MEAL and Impact leadership provided to all DME and technical functions

Knowledge Management, learning, Research and External engagement

Promote learning and innovation in WVL MEAL processes, strengthen utilization of knowledge assets to achieve WVL ministry objectives.

Lead applied research approaches in alignment with the Southern Africa regional evidence agenda and position WVL as an evidence base and impact led organisation.

Lead WVL knowledge management and learning efforts through collecting and analyzing program data across WV programming areas; measuring program impact, capturing and sharing lessons learned and best practices, research and internal reports.

End Results Expected

Established and well natured relationships with donors, peer organizations, research and other institutions in Lesotho.

Active participation in National MEAL forums to collect and share best practices and promote WVL’s work.


Facilitate the Ministry and Strategy committee for the Advisory council, ensuring that the AC tracks at strategic level strategy performance under Ministry Impact and Operational Excellence.

Working with the National Director, regularly prepare ministry impact performance reports that reflects WVL contribution to Child Wellbeing Objectives.

End Results Expected

Ministry and Strategy Committee regular update reports produced.

Support implementation of Peer Review Ministry Impact recommendations

High performing and functional team.

Leadership, Line Management and Coordination

Provide strategic leadership coaching and mentoring to the Lesotho Design Monitoring and Evaluation team ensuring targets are met and adherence to program quality standards.

Facilitate regular capacity building and coaching sessions towards building a strong and high performing team

End Results Expected

High performing and functional team.

Academic requirements, technical skills, or other knowledge required as a minimum qualification for this position.

The incumbent will bring to this role a combination of Strategy, MEAL, Program Quality and Impact reporting experience.

1. Advanced/graduate degree with an additional post-graduate in a relevant field, potentially including public health, development, M&E, statistics, or a related discipline

2. Demonstrated expertise in development of user friendly tools and resources for MEAL and utilization of learning platforms for helping others learn.

3. Qualitative and/or quantitative research and evaluation skills, including but not limited to study design, survey instrument design and use, establishing and measuring outcome and process indicators, sampling, data analysis plans, data cleaning, and statistical analysis.

4. Demonstrated experience in business strategy development, monitoring and reporting.

5. Experience and competencies data analysis using appropriate software tools (e.g. SPSS, SAS,ABTAB)

6. Good technical/ impact report writing skills

Additional work experience required as a minimum qualification for this position

1. 5+ years of experience in monitoring and evaluation at a senior level (large program, national or regional level.

2. Practical field experience in monitoring and evaluation.

3. Proven ability to collaborate with all levels of staff and to motivate and mobilize individuals outside their reporting line to achieve agreed strategic plans.

4. Knowledge of the monitoring and evaluation requirements of key institutional donors (USAID, DFAT, WFP, etc.)

5. Consistently demonstrates high-level influence and strategic engagement skills and tactical savvy in delivery of technical assistance

6. Comfort and confidence working in a diverse and inclusive team environment.

7. Ability to think broadly and look at the macro, strategic issues to inform strategy choices and management process.

Other Competencies/Attributes

Adaptability and flexibility

Honesty and personal integrity, accountability and quality achiever

Excellent communication skills

Work Environment:

The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically (WVL) and internationally up to 40% of the time.

Especialista en Genero e Inclusion Social/ TGU

Oportunidad de Contribuir

a la tierna protección de la niñez en Honduras

Título del puesto:

Especialista de Genero e Inclusión Social

Fecha límite de aplicación:

11 de Enero 2021

Localidad del puesto:


Fecha de inicio vacante:

25 de Enero 2021

Cantidad requerida:

1 Plaza

Esquema de trabajo:

Plaza Permanente

Propósito del Puesto

Proporcionar liderazgo técnico y de gestión en el diseño, planificación e implementación de programas y promoción inclusivo de género y discapacidad. Asegurará que los enfoques programáticos para las actividades reflejen de manera adecuada, efectiva y responsable los intereses de las mujeres y las poblaciones vulnerables como parte integral del diseño de cada actividad, en un contexto cultural de manera sensible y orientada a resultados.

Requisitos Técnicos:

  • Licenciatura en estudios de género, ciencias sociales, desarrollo económico o internacional y calificación de posgrado en inclusión social.

  • Al menos 5 años de experiencia en programación de género y discapacidad.

  • Conocimiento y experiencia en la implementación de metodologías participativas de género y discapacidad.

  • Conocimiento de monitoreo y evaluación sobre la incorporación de perspectiva de género y discapacidad en la programación.

  • Dominio Avanzado de ingles

  • Manejar vehículo 4x4, licencia vigente

¿Cuáles serán tus funciones principales?

  • Planificación e implementación: Brindar apoyo técnico a los equipos de THRIVE y WASH en la incorporación de la perspectiva de género e inclusión social en la programación y la promoción. Dirigirá la implementación de actividades que promuevan la participación e inclusión de mujeres y grupos vulnerables. Diseñar actividades programáticas centradas en las mujeres e inclusivas para la discapacidad que sean técnicamente sólidas y aborden de manera efectiva las necesidades de TODOS los participantes del proyecto.

  • Creación de capacidad: Brindar apoyo para el desarrollo de capacidades para la incorporación de la perspectiva de género y discapacidad en los procesos de programación, promoción y organización. Orientar y capacitar al personal del proyecto sobre sensibilidad y enfoques de integración de género / inclusión social. Desarrollo y difusión de evidencia y conocimiento. Representación técnica.

  • Monitoreo y evaluación: Apoyar el seguimiento, la evaluación y la presentación de informes sobre la incorporación de la perspectiva de género y discapacidad en la programación. Analizar las tendencias de género y discapacidad y desarrollar estrategias para abordarlas en colaboración con los principales interesados y especialistas técnicos nacionales. Contribuir al desarrollo de planes de trabajo anuales, sistemas y herramientas de monitoreo del desempeño, y escribir informes de progreso, trimestrales y finales del programa.

  • Coordinar y apoyar al equipo de Monitoreo y Evaluación (M&E) para establecer e implementar sistemas de monitoreo, evaluación e informes sensibles a GESI, incluido el trabajo con el equipo de M&E para garantizar que los datos de sexo, edad y discapacidad se desglosen y analicen regularmente.

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Somos una organización cristiana de ayuda humanitaria, desarrollo y promoción de la justicia que sirve a todas las personas, sin distinción de raza, religión, grupo étnico o género.

Al trabajar con nosotros te conviertes en un protagonista que influye en favor de los niños, niñas, familias y comunidades más vulnerables alrededor del mundo. En Honduras tocamos la vida de más de 75 mil niñas y niños en Honduras, en 12 Departamentos, 28 Programas de Área y 694 comunidades.

Nuestra Causa

Una niñez tiernamente protegida, promotora de una sociedad más justa y segura.

Nuestra Visión

Para cada niño y niña, vida en toda su plenitud.

Nuestra oración para cada corazón, la voluntad de hacer esto posible.

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Seguimos a Jesús– en su identificación con los pobres, los que no tienen poder, los afligidos, los oprimidos, los marginados; en su especial preocupación por las niñas y los niños; en su respeto por la dignidad otorgada por Dios a las mujeres de igual manera que a los hombres; en su reto por las actitudes y los sistemas injustos; en su llamado para compartir los recursos con los unos y los otros; en su amor por todas las personas sin discriminación o condiciones; en su oferta de una nueva vida por medio de la fe en Él. A partir de Él nosotros derivamos nuestro entendimiento integral del evangelio del Reino de Dios, el cual forma las bases de nuestra respuesta a la necesidad humana.

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Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability & Learning Manager

*Please submit your CV in English.


The German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) through KfW awarded a EUR 10,000,000.00 grant to World Vision for the implementation of a three-year project titled ‘The South Darfur Livelihoods and Agricultural Infrastructure Development Project’ (LAID) in Sudan. The KfW grant is implemented with a co-financing of EUR 500,000.00 from WV Germany bringing the total project funding to EUR 10,500,00.00.

The aim of the project is to contribute to increased stability and economic well-being of approximately 36,000 conflict affected households and vulnerable communities in South Darfur State of Sudan. This shall be achieved by an increased access of the project beneficiaries to diversified sources of livelihoods and employment opportunities, the provision of infrastructure for agricultural and livestock production.

In this regard, World Vision is seeking a qualified and experienced Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Manager with expertise in monitoring and evaluating complex (multi-partner, multi sectorial) development projects in fragile context.

The MEAL Manager will have the overall responsibility of monitoring progress of the project towards achieving the intended impact. He/she will be responsible for developing an M&E system for the project and data collection, accountability and learning tools. The post holder will also be tasked to develop a remote monitoring system for the project, in particular related to its infrastructure components. As such, certain affinity to technology and innovative web-based monitoring tools is expected of the incumbent. Last but not least, the selected candidate will be expected to be an influential and effective team player, managing for results with keenness on accountability including reporting to the donor and World Vision.


Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning:

  • In collaboration with the Chief of Party, provide overall leadership, technical oversight and direction on all matters of MEAL activities, tools development, routine monitoring, reporting and analysis.

  • The MEAL Manager will develop and manage monitoring, evaluation, accountability learning and reporting approach and strategy for the LAID Project in line with donor requirements and World Vision MEAL policy. Establish MEAL systems and web based data collection efforts in collaboration with key stakeholders to ensure a process of evidence-based learning that improves understanding while strengthening local capacity, institutional development and sustainability of infrastructure and livelihood activities.

  • The MEAL Manager will be responsible for ensuring that monitoring and reporting of all project activities and outcomes are in place, effectively implemented and well synchronized between project locations within the five localities of Nyala, Kass, Kubum, Ed El Fursan and Reheed El Birdi locations and project components. The selected candidate will also be responsible for ensuring that monitoring and evaluation systems are compatible and in compliance with World Vision corporate monitoring and evaluation systems as well as KfW guidelines and systems.

  • In collaboration with the World Vision Sudan Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Advisor, conducts periodic monitoring to ensure quality control and consistency with World Vision’s organization wide reporting requirements.

  • Review data collected by field based -project staff and community agents working within all the Intermediate Results, outputs and outcomes and ascertain the quality of the data.

  • Take lead in validating and updating the project results matrix and guide the data analysis and preparation of quarterly Reports in line with the donors’ reporting requirements.

  • Integrate gender analysis into the MEAL system both quantitatively and qualitatively; collect and report data disaggregated by gender; and ensure that all focus groups, interviews and surveys for project activities include a significant female sample size, not less 52% female.

  • Provide specific mentoring guidance and direction during baseline and final evaluations periods of the project cycle and investigate opportunities for pilot initiatives or special studies and collaborations with research institutions and Universities.

  • Guide the process for identifying key learning questions and parameters for monitoring project performance and comparing with targets and spearhead the overall project learning agenda through quarterly reviews, reflection and planning sessions.

  • Guide or carry out all quarterly or annual surveys as deemed appropriate in line with the recommendations/findings of baseline study to inform the project’s results matrix.


  • Demonstrated expertise, proven knowledge and experience in web-based and remote monitoring on complex livelihoods and agriculture infrastructure projects, excellent knowledge of project database and data quality management is required.

  • Demonstration of professional competency, mastery of monitoring and evaluation techniques and methodologies, conscientious and efficiency in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results with impeccable level of integrity and motivation by strong professional acumen.

  • Must have ability to show persistence when faced with difficult problems or challenges and remains calm in stressful situations, takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring equal participation of women and men in all areas of work.

  • Conduct all ethical and professional behaviors in refusing fraudulent and corrupt practices including but not limited to refusing gifts, favors and preferences by any stakeholder.

  • Master’s degree in related discipline (e.g. sociology, statistics, agribusiness, agriculture, gender studies, Development Studies, Demography).

  • Minimum Ten (10) years of experience in Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, learning and reporting on a complex project in a fragile context

  • Demonstrated experience in data collection, statistical analysis, and reporting, including experience with computer-based statistical packages and databases (Epi Info, ACCESS, STATA, SPSS, SAS, etc.).

  • Proven experience and skills in quantitative and qualitative research methods, survey design and implementation.

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written, strong negotiation, diplomacy, and teamwork skills.

  • Experience with KfW procedures, policies and compliance requirements are highly preferred BUT NOT a requirement.

  • A strong command of Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and other relevant computer statistical database applications.

  • Fluency and excellent command of English required and knowledge of Arabic a plus.

  • A Graduate degree in statistics, sociology, Demography, Agricultural Economics or Agribusiness from recognized University.

  • Post graduate training in project planning and management, or Monitoring and Evaluation qualifications.

  • At least 10 years of post-qualification experience in Monitoring and evaluation in an international development work environment, preferably in Sub-Saharan Africa, with major accomplishment in monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning on complex livelihood and value chain projects with components of infrastructure such dams, roads and bridges, irrigation structures and buildings.

  • Experience and demonstrated expertise in developing and implementing M & E systems, donor reporting.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Master’s degree in sociology, statistics, agribusiness, agriculture, gender studies, Development Studies or Demographic studies.

  • Experience working in hostile/fragile context or post conflict environment.

Work Environment/Travel:

  • The position will be based in Nyala, South Darfur with occasional travel to Khartoum.

  • The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically up to 60% of the time.

National Campaign Coordinator - EVAC

World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organisation working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. World Vision is dedicated to working with the worlds most vulnerable people regardless of their religion, caste, gender or ethnicity. World Vision has been in Sri Lanka since 1977 and currently works through 34 development and relief programmes in 16 Districts across the country.

At World Vision we are passionate about children and committed to bringing fullness of life to the most vulnerable and disadvantaged. Every day for forty years, that is what our team at World Vision has been doing.

We are currently looking for dynamic & creative individuals to join us in our journey of caring.

National Campaign Coordinator – End Violence Against Children

Location – Colombo

Job Profile

Provide technical leadership and guidance in the implementation of ‘It takes a nation’ campaign in the country and within the regional assigned Area Programmes, relevant donor funded grant / Private Non – Sponsorship projects and partnership initiatives to ensure achieving campaign objectives aligned with World Vision Lanka (WVL) national strategy.

Major Responsibilities

  • Plan the implementation of the ‘It takes a nation’ campaign

  • Capacity Building of Staff and Other Stakeholders

  • Monitoring, Reporting and Evaluation of the Campaign

  • Coordination, networking among stakeholders and establishing partnerships

  • Identify and train communities on child protection policies, policy standards and Government accountability

Required qualifications, experience & competencies

  • 5 years’ experience in the development field

  • Out of the 5 years required minimum of 2-3 years’ direct work experience in Child Protection & Participation and/or Advocacy sectors

  • Bachelor’s degree in the field of Sociology in Development or Advocacy

  • Thorough knowledge on Child Rights and its universal declarations

  • Understanding of child protection and violence against children in the globe and within the country; causes and consequences, statistics, national and provincial policies, national and international trends, strengths and gaps, key duty bearers/stakeholders etc.

  • Excellent interpersonal, representational and networking skills

  • Effective in written and oral communication; able to speak and write fluently in English, preferred working knowledge of all 3 languages

  • This position is based in Colombo and requires willingness to travel domestically and internationally more than 80% of the time

World Vision Lanka offers a competitive remuneration package based on individual competence and skills. If you meet the required criteria and wish to apply for this or any of the available vacancies, select the position you wish to apply for & submit your on-line applicationwith your CV and details of three non-related referees on or before the given closing date.

Only short listed candidates will be notified.

Livelihood Assistant - West Nile, Uganda

Position: Livelihood Assistant

Report to: Livelihood Officer

Location: West Nile – Uganda

Purpose of the position:

To implement field level Resilience and Livelihood programmatic activities in line with targets and partnership standards in a manner that contributes to sustained and improved child wellbeing.

Key Outputs/Responsibilities.

Project implementation and reporting:

  • Provide expertise and technical assistance in agronomy and agribusiness, climate smart agriculture, marketing, IGA, DRR and Natural Resource Management.

  • Take lead in Resilience and Livelihood planning, budgeting, implementation and monitoring of progress.

  • Mobilize and facilitate the engagements of stakeholders during planning and development meetings, workshops and other fora.

  • Identify local level partners and support/ facilitate the partners in the implementation of planned activities.

Community engagement and advocacy:

  • Take overall lead in the coordination of field level activities

  • Ensure Small holder farmers’ groups are mobilized, organized and strengthened into strong business groups/cooperatives (rural producer cooperatives, marketing cooperatives, Savings groups/Savings and Credit Cooperatives) for bulk purchase of inputs, value addition, bulking and collective marketing of produce

  • Develop the farmer's capacity to improve production and productivity of selected enterprises of desired quality by the market through demonstrations to farmers

  • Establish and follow up demonstrations to facilitate production and productivity among the farmers. Establish Green houses.

  • Coordinate partners in implementation of agreed action plans.

  • Ensure Integration of Resilience and Livelihood activities with other internal and external programmes including that of governments.

  • Provide training and backstopping on gender to partners

  • Build the capacity of farmers’ business groups/cooperatives to collectively engage local leaders on identified issues.

  • Mobilize communities to participate in annual agricultural events – such as agricultural shows, World Food Day, practicing all-Natural Resource Management technologies (water harvesting etc.)

Documentation, Reporting and knowledge management

  • Prepare high quality reports, both narrative and quantitative information and reporting on relevant indicators and outcomes. Ensure that all reports are delivered according to high quality standards and are always submitted on time as per WVU standards.

  • Ensure Care givers of RCs are members of farmer business groups/cooperatives and are accessing business developments services.

  • Participate in monthly / quarterly reflection meetings with Child Monitors and guardians/parents and child protection committees to address findings from monitoring.

  • Work with CDF to identify partners who will support the implementation of the Resilience and Livelihood Technical Programme within the Area Programme.

  • Take lead in documentation and sharing of Impact/success stories and best practices to promote learning.

  • Organize quarterly review meetings for partners and communities at the project sites to reflect on programmes/projects approaches, tools, impact of interventions, best practices, exit and sustainability strategies as well as create spaces and opportunities for action-learning and debate

Child Protection and Wellbeing;

  • Ensure a strict compliance to the WVU child safeguarding practices with respect to the child protection policy, PSEA/code of conduct at all times; monitoring and reporting on compliance to CP policy standards in the project/project area.

  • Mobilization and facilitation of communities, local organizations, local government and institutions to participate in Child protection designs, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation including reporting on child protection priorities.

Technical Programme goal and objectives, Key Result Areas;

  • Facilitate child protection policy dialogues and campaign interventions by ensuring linkages and coherence in engagements within the project and Area Programme (AP) and National level, in the context of integrated ministry.

  • Work closely with the line supervisor(s) to ensure integration of Peace & Child Protection interventions in the project including uptake and effective roll out of CP project models and approaches.

  • Facilitate effective and meaningful participation of children as agents of change in all project interventions/processes in line with WV Child Participation guidelines.

  • Engage with project partners to assess and address the existing child protection related issues in the community and ensure appropriate and timely reporting/action is undertaken on Child Protection CP incidents.

  • Facilitate proper formation of Child protection working teams/groups/committees in line with World Vision systems approach to Child Protection.

  • Facilitate child protection advocacy campaigns and engagements at community level to ensure policy implementation and change.

  • Build multi-sectoral linkages and community-based initiatives, networks and coordination mechanisms in establishing and strengthening child protection prevention, response and referral pathways to allow a more efficient access to services for the MVC.

  • Build skills and capacity of communities, CPCs, Para-social workers to work with other local duty-bearers & service providers to understand and independently carry-out child protection actions to effectively respond to child abuse cases in line with standard case management procedures and principles.

  • Organize and facilitate child protection related research activities through focus group discussions and interviews, with the guidance of the line supervisor(s).

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience

  • Minimum of a diploma in agriculture or agribusiness or any other relevant discipline.

  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in community work and engagement in Agriculture, Economic Development and Livelihood

  • Must have good Entrepreneurship, micro finance and strong agribusiness skills

  • Must be computer literate

  • Must demonstrate good writing and reporting skills

  • Ability to communicate in applicable local languages is an added advantage

  • Must exhibit high level integrity

How to apply:

Please submit your application and complete Curriculum Vitae, to Website:

Address your application to the People & Culture Specialist, Recruitment, World Vision Uganda

Deadline for receiving applications is 9th December, 2020. (Qualified natives of West Nile region are particularly encouraged to apply)

Design, Monitoring, Evaluation & Accountability Manager

*Please submit your CV in English.


Primarily responsible for providing technical support, capacity building and coordination of the DME team in the design, planning, monitoring, evaluation and accountability of core processes and standard operating procedures for the feedback, reporting and complain mechanism for World Vision Sierra Leone. This includes the Area Programmes, private non-sponsorship projects and special grants, to ensure WVISL meets the required WVI standards in terms of accountability, programme design, planning, monitoring and evaluations.

Communicate World Vision's Christian ethos and demonstrate a quality of spiritual life that is an example to others.


  • Provide technical guidance of all MEAL activities (assessments, baselines, design, planning & evaluation and close-out) throughout relevant project cycles and ensure that they meet programme effectiveness standards.

  • Provide technical guidance to ensure efficient and effective implementation in line with WVISL programme effectiveness standards and ensure that AP documents align to the partnership’s LEAP framework and standards.

  • In consultation with the Senior Programme Effectiveness Manager and Operations Director assist in the development and implementation of Capacity Building activities for DME staff and Cluster Managers to ensure that programme planning and review is aligned to LEAP standards.

  • Build the capacity of Provincial Managers, Cluster Managers, Technical Development Facilitators and DME staff on quality report writing for different audiences (internal and external) and review reports to ensure that they are timely and meet programme effectiveness standards.

  • Promote impact reporting by supporting quality documentation of significant change and impact stories as well as innovations and ensure that they are shared to relevant stakeholders using available mechanisms.

  • Establish and operationalize a robust monitoring system for technical projects and grants implemented in World Vision International Sierra Leone.

  • Build staff capacity in monitoring including defining formats, frequency, and ensure appropriate information management is in place. Once established, assist in conducting necessary training, and ensuring that the system is in use.

  • Lead annual outcome monitoring using LQAS methodology.

  • Conduct routine validation field visits and provide in-field consultation as requested.

  • Compile monitoring reports for the attention of the Senior Programme Effectiveness Manager and Operations Director.

  • Support the RAM team in the development of projects that align with WVISL strategy and LEAP framework.

  • Lead the roll out of innovative practices, methodologies or initiatives in the DME processes such GIS, mobile technology for data collection and Horizon GIS.

  • Contribute to organizational learning by leading/participating in operational research and other relevant studies.

  • Provide MEAL technical oversight to all programmes, serve as the primary point of contact with other stakeholders on matters related to DME; ensuring standardized and Acceptable DME practices in existing partnerships.

  • Conduct trainings, coach and mentor field and NO staff in building their capacity in MEAL on specialties related to DME, resulting to enhanced DME skills across the organization.

  • Lead the process of setting up a robust WVI Program Accountability Framework (PAF) in accordance with Partnership Standards and ensure that it is operationalized in World Vision International Sierra Leone.

  • Develop, and roll out the accountability-training plan for all WVISL full-time, casual and volunteer staff.

  • Ensure accountability is implemented at field level, ensuring that all beneficiaries, stakeholders, and community members understand the WVISL programme accountability framework, and how to access information, provide feedback, and complaints to World Vision.

  • Follow up with DME staff and Cluster Managers to ensure that community feedback is effectively used to inform project implementation, monitoring, learning and improvement.

  • Work closely with the Senior Programme Effectiveness Manager (SPEM), Operations Director and Provincial Programme Managers (PPMs) to build the capacity of all Cluster and Project Managers to ensure accountability is mainstreamed in programmes/projects.

  • Ensure that all relevant data are updated into horizon.

  • Work with the Senior Programme Effectiveness Manager and Operations Director to ensure quality data is uploaded into horizon in a timely manner.

  • Carry out periodic cleaning and update of horizon data.

  • Ensure adequate and timely follow up and tracking of all audit recommendations relating to the MEAL function as agreed in the management response.

  • Assess risks related to DME, maintain an updated DME risk register and ensure that they are properly managed.

  • Champion Child Safe Organization practices (e.g. Children are not hired to execute WV projects, report/refer cases of abuse perpetrated by staff and non-staff, etc.)


  • Bachelor’s Degree in International Development, Business Administration, Public Health, Economics, Rural Development or relevant field.

  • 5 years’ experience in development, (preferably within World Vision, at least 3 years in MEAL capacity, with at least 3 years external context experience.

  • Management and supervisory experience.

  • Experience in Project Cycle Management, report and proposal writing.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in International Development, Business Administration, Public Health, Economics, Rural Development or relevant field.

  • 5 years’ experience in development, (preferably within World Vision, at least 3 years in MEAL capacity.

  • Management and supervisory experience.

  • Experience in Project Cycle Management, report and proposal writing.

Work Environment/Travel:

  • The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 20% of the time and on call 10% of the time.

Commidity Tracking System Officer - TB & HIV/AIDS Global Funds

Titre du poste :

Commidity Tracking System Officer (CTS) - TB & HIV/AIDS Global Funds Program (1 position pour Port-au-Prince)

Objectif du poste

L'agent de suivi des produits est responsable de collecter, gérer, examiner et produire des informations comptables sur les produits, avec précision et en temps opportun pour les produits de santé et pharmaceutiques pour le programme du Fonds mondial contre la tuberculose et le VIH/SIDA.

Activités Principales

Déploiement d'équipement LMMS

  • Préparer les données des enregistrements reçus du terrain dans un format qui facilitera la fonction de saisie des données.

  • Effectuer la saisie des données des enregistrements apportés par le personnel des zones de distribution ;

  • Produire et classer les rapports mensuels au niveau du district conformément aux normes du programme.

  • Effectuer la sauvegarde des fichiers système après le traitement de fin de mois.

  • Assurer la Soumission de paquets de données et de rapports sur une base mensuelle à l'équipe de gestion du programme.

  • Coordonner avec le personnel de terrain ou la personne responsable d'autres centres de distribution afin que les reçus / bordereaux d'expédition, les rapports de visite du centre de distribution, le rapport d'inspection des camions, le rapport d'inspection de l'entrepôt, le rapport de perte / dommage et les autres rapports pertinents soient reçus en temps utile.

  • Tenir un registre des pertes et dommages survenant dans le cadre du programme.

  • Former le personnel de terrain ou la personne responsable d'autres centres de distribution à l'application et à l'utilisation des formulaires de suivi des produits.

  • Effectuer le rapprochement entre les enregistrements de l'entrepôt et du CTS; inventaire physique mensuel des entrepôts et des sites de distribution.

  • Effectuer lanalyse des données, y compris les tendances et les prévisions.

  • Effectuer des visites sur le terrain pour le suivi général et la vérification des rapports.

Connaissances, compétences et capacités


  • Etre détenteur dun diplôme en gestion des systèmes d'information (SIG) ou autre système connexe.

  • Avoir la capacité à développer efficacement des liens et à établir des relations avec d'autres membres du personnel au sein du programme et du bureau de WV en Haïti

  • Avoir une maîtrise du français, l'anglais serait un atout.

  • Avoir des compétences en gestion de données.

  • Avoir des compétences en élaboration de rapport.

Expérience supplémentaire :

  • Avoir 3 ans d'expérience dans le système de suivi des produits de santé et pharmaceutiques ou le système de gestion dinformation

  • Avoir au moins 2 ans d'expérience dans l'application et la maintenance des systèmes réels.

Environnement de travail

  • Etre apte à se déplacer dans des régions lorsque la situation l'exige.

Director, Advocacy and External Engagement

*For national applicants only.

*Please submit your CV in English.


The position will provide leadership and support in the development and execution of advocacy strategic framework supporting influencing WVs policy, advocacy and campaign work in East Africa. It will ensure policies on issues affecting children are addressed to contribute to child well-being. It will lead coordination and implementation of the advocacy and campaigns strategy for East Africa Regional Office, including engagement with the African Union and other strategic regional partnerships.

The position enhances WV’s influence and position as a leading child-focused agency across East Africa. The aim is also to work with regional, Support Office (SO) and National Office (NO) resource development teams to mobilize adequate resources to effectively run advocacy and campaigns work in East Africa.

The position will ensure the integration and delivery of advocacy services that is in alignment with WV regional and partnership strategy, Our Promise 2030; policies, standards and priorities, in order to achieve the well being of MVC.

The Advocacy and External Engagement Director’s position will ensure that the regional sector programmes and National Offices can access adequate technical support in influencing policy formation that affects the well-being of children. The Regional Advocacy function will support the development of advocacy strategic guidance and integration of evidence-based advocacy approaches into field programs that will strengthen WV’s voice to advocate issues concerning children at local, national and regional levels.

The Advocacy and external engagement director will support Field Offices and region in successful delivery of advocacy project models, Sustainable Development Goals, WV’ flagship campaign “It Takes a World to end violence against children and social accountability. This will involves providing strategic input, support and direction to ensure campaign is integrated across all sectors and functional areas at the national level as well as ensuring campaign implementation meets quality standards defined by the Global Center.


Strategic Leadership:

  • Develop an advocacy, campaigns and external engagement strategy and policy agenda for East Africa focusing on the following key priorities:

  1. It Takes a World Campaign to end violence against children

  2. WV’s contribution’s towards Sustainable Development Goals

  3. Humanitarian Advocacy

  4. Social Accountability

  • Coordinate the Strategic Engagement with the African Union in collaboration with the two regional offices in West Africa and Southern Africa.

  • Develop a strategic plan of action to enhance the collaboration and partnerships at the regional level with the Joining Forces Alliance and the All Africa Conference of Churches.

  • Provide support to National Offices to enhance capacity of advocacy in the delivery of the new strategy period (2021-2025) including embedding advocacy into the Technical Programmes of National Offices.

  • Support the development of National Advocacy Strategies and build capacity of National Offices in embedding advocacy in all Technical programmes and ensuring measurement of advocacy strategic measures is aligned to Horizon reporting.

  • Provide oversight to major policy and advocacy initiatives in the region and ensure compliance with WVI advocacy and campaigns standards, protocols and policy.

  • Engage and support in regional and national strategy development, execution and measurement processes including the uptake of CVA databases in the NOs.

  • Coach, develop and manage a strong Policy and Advocacy Team, fostering a culture of learning, innovation and collaboration as well as, high performance, accountability and mutual support.

  • Promote WV as a leader in CWB and child rights, by identifying key opportunities for strategic research, partnering with credible research institutions to maximize the regions CWB impact and provide a regional and global voice on Child

  • Well Being (CWB) and child rights issues.

  • Lead the development and implementation of an integrated operational plan for Advocacy function that is aligned with NOs Annual Business Plans and East Africa strategies. Specifically, contribute to the development of Annual Business

  • Plans of the Regional Team Members and NOs Advocacy Teams.

  • Lead the process of continuous learning related to advocacy and integration of advocacy with other lines of ministries and sectors and themes.

  • Encourage mutual learning between National Offices within the region and with other regions by linking NOs advocacy leads within the Africa region to promote peer to peer learning.

  • Lead scaling up of field evidence to influence regional policy discussions.

Advocacy Coordination and External Engagement:

  • Support the development and execution of regional external engagement plans.

  • Coordinate strategic engagement with regional institutions including the AU, IGAD, EAC and COMESA.

  • Build strategic partnerships with civil society, donors, Governments and corporations, UN entities and other organizations to enhance collective response to child well-being.

  • Strengthen partnership and collaboration with faith based organizations at National and Regional Level to influence and monitor policy implementation to enhance child well-being.

  • Support regional and national leadership in articulating policy positions and enhancing the visibility of WV in their respective countries.

  • Strengthen and coordinate the representation and participation in strategic advocacy platforms in the Nairobi regional hub and other engagement platforms.

  • Represent WV in global, regional and national advocacy and campaigns events, conferences, fora, seminars and technical working groups.

  • Coordinate support to national offices required in HEA responses within the regions for advocacy integration. In close collaboration with the Regional Humanitarian and Emergency Affairs Director and Regional Leadership, provide

  • operational support as needed to all CAT II and III disaster responses in the region.

Campaigns Management:

  • Provide leadership to planning and coordination of the global campaign, “It Takes A World campaign”.

  • Ensure mid-term review of the Campaign (It Takes a World) in FY21 and support the development of NO Campaign Strategies for FY21-25 and their implementation across the region.

  • Develop a regional Campaign agenda with clear policy ASKS and products (policy position, briefs) in the context of COVID-19.

  • Support NO level embedding of the Campaign across all Technical programs and secure the support of National Directors and Operations Directors to fund campaign activities at national and sub-natioonal levels.

  • Coordinate documentation of best practices and evidence related to WVs advocacy work and campaign in East Africa region.

  • Ensure that children’s voices are represented through local level advocacy efforts and local-national-regional-global linkages.

  • Coordinate regional level campaign events and influencing opportunities in collaboration with the Communications and Resource Development Unit to deliver on the Influence, Impact and Income agenda.

  • Support WVIs regional leadership team’s participation in external engagement fora.

  • Coordinate efforts in resource mobilization for EVAC campaign as well as related advocacy and social accountability initiatives.

  • Ensure ongoing monitoring and reporting for EVAC campaign in East Africa through the CVA database and quarterly reports from the NOs.

  • Act as a focal point person for external and media engagement on child protection and ITAW Campaign which may require profiling and advocacy interventions.

Collaboration and cross functional work:

  • Participate in the global advocacy and campaigns coordination work.

  • Collaborate with key WV functional departments and sectoral experts to monitor implementation of policies.

  • Collaborate with other units to leverage the impact of advocacy and campaigns work in the national office.

Resource Development:

  • Support exploration of potential funding sources for advocacy work including social Accountability (CVA), campaigns and policy influencing agenda.

  • Collaborate with the EAR Resource Development Unit (RDU), NOs and SO to support resource development.

  • Ensure the inclusion of a resource development target in key advocacy and campaign staff JDs.

  • Provide technical assistance for advocacy and campaign design work in the region.

  • Work with Support Office, GC advocacy & campaigns team, NO teams, and other regional ministry functions to ensure that grants and other specially funded initiatives incorporate advocacy and EVAC campaign elements.

  • Provide support in development of multi-country proposals.

Other responsibilities:

  • Keep the Senior Director of Operations, Ministry Impact & Engagement informed of accomplishment, critical project issues and status.

  • Carry out any other additional responsibilities as required.


  • Master’s degree in social sciences, communication, public policy, management etc.

  • 10 years of experience in advocacy and campaigns work in developing countries.

  • Knowledge on Child Rights, regional bodies, CEDAW, etc.

  • In depth knowledge of advocacy, social accountability and child Protection issues in the Africa region.

  • Excellent communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills, particularly in a cross-cultural environment.

  • Strong planning and organizational skills and ability to prioritize multiple activities.

  • Ability to influence internal and external stakeholders and represent WV, particularly with donors and partners.

  • Experience managing field-level programs.

  • Experience in leading campaigns.

  • Proven advocacy experience on Child Protection issues.

  • Experience in programme management.

  • Experience leading and managing a professional technical team.

  • Significant bi-lateral, multi-lateral donor grant experience with program design, implementation, funding acquisition and reporting.

  • Strategy development.

  • Theory of change and logical framework development.

  • Advocacy and campaigns.

  • Budget development/management, including knowledge of general accounting and budgeting principles.

  • Coaching and mentoring.

  • Experience in Africa, mainly East Africa and programming in fragile contexts.

  • Professional experience in training/capacity building.

  • Research and evaluation experience.

  • Multi-sectoral/integrated program design and implementation.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Achieving Capabilities

  • Thinking Capabilities

  • Self-Managing Capabilities

  • Relational Capabilities

  • Networking and collaboration

  • Humanitarian diplomacy

Work Environment/Travel:

  • The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 30% of the time.