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Organization: Equity Group Foundation
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 28 Aug 2018

About FASRAT Project:

FASRAT is a 3-year project whose overall goal is to facilitate agribusiness enterprises growth through trainings on agribusiness, entrepreneurship and financial education and value chain integration that enhances access to finance and market. The project will be implemented in 31 counties across the 5 regions i.e. Central Region: Kiambu, Muranga, Nyandarua, Nyeri, Laikipia, Kirinyaga Eastern Region: Embu, Meru, Makueni, Tharaka-Nithi, Machakos, Kajiado. Rift-Valley Region: Uasin-Gishu, Nandi, Trans-Nzoia, Elgeiyo-Marakwet, Nakuru, Narok, Kericho and Bomet. Nyanza & Western Region: Kakamega, Bungoma, Kisii and Nyamira.

The project is being implemented in partnership with Equity Bank, Finserve, Ministry of Agriculture, Farmer Based Organization, and BDS providers. 60,000 famers in Eastern, Nyanza, Rift, Central, Western, and Coastal regions. This comprises of small and medium farmers engaging on livestock, horticultural, cereals, legumes and pulses farming. The program also works with 5,000 SMEs who are engaged in agricultural businesses such as buyers of agricultural produce, transporters, agro-dealers, agro processors, commercial extension officers, suppliers off technologies etc: to achieve its objectives which are:

Objective 1: Enhance access to financial products and services amongst farmers and SMEs in agriculture Objective 2: Strengthen collaboration between agriculture value chain actors Objective 3: Improve entrepreneurial and financial capacities of farmers and SMEs in agriculture  Objective 4: Improve adoption of good agricultural practices of farmers Objective 5: Enhance human resource capacity to wholesomely support farming ecosystems

Justification for Baseline Survey:

Equity Group Foundation places great importance on the role of evaluations in providing basis for decision making, learning and implementing quality programs for evidence-based results. It is against this background that the M&E department would like to commission a Baseline Impact Evaluation to provide baseline values for the anticipated impacts and outcomes of the project – positive and negative, intended and unintended, direct and indirect. The broad objective of the agribusiness baseline impact evaluation is to prepare baseline information on program-related indicators against which the performance and impact of the program in the future, as specified in the program document and the program monitoring and evaluation framework, will be assessed. These program indicators should be contextualized through a situation analysis of the current state of agribusiness enterprises in Kenya, with specific focus on the project sites. The specific objectives of the baseline study are:

  1. Establish baseline values for all impact and outcome level indicators from the program monitoring and evaluation matrix
  2. Collect and analyze the relevant information of the existing situation of the program’s target beneficiaries including the farmers, SMEs, service providers, and/or related stakeholders
  3. Enhance understanding of the characteristics and determinants of farmers and SMEs activities, management practices, access and control in agribusiness and financial access
  4. Develop detailed recommendations (specific value chain interventions) on how to select value chains to focus on.

The proposed baseline impact evaluation is expected to use methods that will establish expected cause causal inference of observed changes (in this case ‘impacts') and to show causal attribution. It is against this background that the EGF seeks to engage an external evaluator, this is because of the project’s needs in terms of expertise, impartiality, cost, and time. In terms of expertise, an external evaluator possesses certain evaluation research skills and knowledge, he/she also has exposure to a wider range of issues, methods, and practices that would be useful to incorporate in the evaluation.

Qualifications / Experience: The consultancy firm must be a legal entity. The firm MUST provide demonstrable experience in designing and leading multi-value chain agriculture program evaluations with experience in working with farmers and/or SME training and/or financial access approaches carried in the recent past 5 years

3.1 Key Competencies: The lead consultant/investigator must be at least a Masters holder in either agriculture, research methods, development or business studies or a relevant discipline PHD holder will have added advantage. MUST be able to facilitate and relate to stakeholders at multiple levels (e.g. NGOs, public and private employer organizations, field participants, etc.)  Have proven ability of Agriculture Value-chain data analysis, presentation skills, and strong writing ability  Technical Team Supporting the evaluation MUST have proven ability to use quantitative, qualitative and participatory evaluation methods, with examples and references that can speak to this experience. Sensitivity to cultural/historical context in the data collection process Relevant geographical experience ideally in Eastern Africa and especially in the agriculture sector with a bias to agri-business finance Experience in in similar evaluation of development and/or livelihood programs preferably experience in evaluating agri-business financial access projects . Proficiency in quantitative and qualitative research methods is a key requirement . Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and proficient in Kiswahili will be added advantage.

How to apply:

Application Requirements and Selection process:

The Equity Group Foundation invites bids from evaluators that include the following:

A cover letter introducing the evaluator/ firm and highlighting the capabilities, skills and competences relevant to the evaluation. A detailed outline of the proposed evaluation process including the conceptual framework, proposed methodology and evaluation plan. Proposed budget for the evaluation all costs inclusive of applicable taxes A sample evaluation report relevant to the thematic area. A CV detailing relevant skills and experience of no more than 5 pages, including contactable referees if a group, a CV should be submitted for each member of the evaluation team.

Criteria for selection will be: Quality of the methodological proposal: aspects that will help us to assess their suitability for that which is proposed in the RFP, quality of the proposal, feasibility, etc. Profile and competencies of the evaluation team: knowledge, experience, composition and other necessary competencies. Good understanding of thematic area of evaluation

Contact details and bid clarification :

Contacts Should any query be raised concerning the following specifications, they should be addressed to the General Manager, Administration either via Address: Equity Group Foundation Kenya, P O Box 75104-00200, Nairobi, Kenya Email: muigai.kamau@equitybank.co.ke Copy: mathew.ngunga@equitygroupfoundation.com Tel: +254 020 2262000 /020 2262921/0711026921 Courier: Equity Bank, Equity Centre Building, Hospital Road, Nairobi

Kenya: Expression of Interest for Set-up of an Emergency Ambulance Communication Centre

Organization: PharmAccess Foundation
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 15 Aug 2018

In October 2015, M-PESA Foundation launched “Uzazi Salama”, a project aimed at improving maternal and new-born health out-comes in Samburu. The project was conducted in partnership with the Samburu County Health Management Team, PharmAccess Group and AMREF Health Africa. The partners designed and implemented solutions to address the main barriers for Samburu mothers to access quality maternal and child health services.

The project is currently being implemented in Samburu Central, East and Northern sub-counties. In order to increase the use of quality maternal and new-born health services in Samburu County, the project has been implementing the following activities:

· Improvement of referral services

· Quality improvement of health facilities

· Training of health workers using E/M-Learning

· Community education using M-Learning

· Health financing through M-health solutions

· Communication and Advocacy

The project partners are looking for an experienced company to lead establishment of an emergency ambulance communication centre. This is an important component of the project as transportation is one of the largest drivers or “success factors” for mother-and-child projects, namely:

§ Transport for routine maternal & child health services

§ Transport for normal delivery at the closest health centre in an ambulance

§ Emergency transport for delivery cases that need to be referred


The company is expected to deliver the following key outputs, in collaboration with technical staff from PharmAccess and its partners:

(i) Set up a central emergency ambulance communications control room with relevant equipment to receive calls and manage emergency dispatch of ambulances to various locations in the county.

(ii) Set up radio systems to support communication between the ambulance control centre and the ambulance fleet

(iii) Provide fleet management system for about 13 ambulances in the whole of Samburu County

(iv) Provide a fixed communication set in the control room

(v) Install satellite vehicle tracking devices and system to ensure continuous monitoring and support dispatch of ambulances nearest to the location of emergency.

(vi) Design and implement systematic initial orientation / training and monitoring sessions for users of the various equipment. This phase is expected to cover at least 60 – days after completion of the system set-up.

(vii) Install relevant access controls to secure equipment and systems from unauthorized use.

Profile / Qualifications

Interested companies must have at least 4 years of experience managing an emergency call centre.

Companies with experience working in Arid and Semi-Arid regions are encouraged to express interest.

How to apply:

Proposal Requirements

The technical proposal should include a detailed company profile, description of previous experience providing similar services, proposed team composition and a work plan for delivery of the service. Prices quoted in the financial proposal should be inclusive of 16% Value Added Tax (VAT). Applicants may request for clarification before 3rd August, 2018, 5PM EAT by sending an email to info@pharmaccess.or.ke with “EOI Samburu “as a subject.

Submission of proposal

Interested service providers should forward their proposals to PharmAccess Foundation through info@pharmaccess.or.ke with the subject line “**EOI for Emergency Ambulance Communication Centre”** on or before 15th August 2018 at 5PM EAT.

Evaluation and Award of the Tender
Evaluation and award of the tender will be based on technical and financial feasibility. PharmAccess reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal received without giving reasons and is not bound to accept the lowest or the highest bidder.

Kenya: Senior Health Financing Advisor – Health Policy Plus (HP+) Kenya

Organization: Palladium International
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 10 Jun 2018

Palladium is a global leader in the design, development and delivery of Positive Impact – the intentional creation of enduring social and economic value. We work with foundations, investors, governments, corporations, communities and civil society to formulate strategies and implement solutions that generate lasting social, environmental and financial benefits.

Palladium is a child-safe organisation, and screens applicants for suitability to work with children. We also provide equal employment to all participants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, veteran or marital status.

Palladium Kenya is recruiting a Senior Health Finance Advisor who will support the USAID-funded Health Policy Plus (HP+) Kenya and East Africa team to support activities related to domestic resource mobilization for health and HIV. In addition, the person will support both national and county government effort to generate evidence to inform prioritization of health and HIV within the Medium Term Expenditure Framework. These responsibilities will require a person with knowledge on national and county governments budgeting and health finance issues, costing, and economic analysis. This is a full-time position based in Nairobi, Kenya and reporting to the Chief of Party. The person will provide leadership, direction, and content to health finance policy in Kenya, including policy and implementation plan development, technical analysis, stakeholder consultation, and writing of reports and briefs.

  • Participates in the design and implementation of technical support activities related to health finance policy in Kenya
  • Stays abreast of key developments in health finance and resource allocation innovations and interventions in Kenya and more broadly in East Africa, in order to inform technical support activities under the HP+ Kenya and EA Program. This includes frequent interaction with the Government of Kenya and other key stakeholders relevant to this area as well as multilateral partners and donor agencies.
  • Interacts with internal and external resources and other experts to bring new and "cutting edge" ideas into approaches
  • Prepares health financing analyses, recommendations, briefing notes, and assessments for internal and client use. Represents the company with others in the professional community and in the regional countries.
  • Represent HP+ Kenya and EA at health financing meetings/events and actively participate in the national health financing Technical Working Group and other relevant technical committees
  • Participates and guides the health sector in preparation of the Medium Term Expenditures Framework and resource bidding process.
  • Provide technical leadership towards successful implementation of Domestic Resource Mobilization (DRM) activities at the national and county level in partnership with national and county level senior government managers
  • Document health financing success stories/lessons learned and produce publishable health financing materials including policy briefs and peer-reviewed articles
  • Provides assistance to others on matters related to topic area of research and evaluation and applies relevant methodologies to programmatic issues of importance
  • Supervises short-term local consultants in Kenya assigned to health finance activities
  • Supervise technical staff assigned on health financing related activities and ensure timely delivery of quality technical reports
  • Represents the projects, company, and programs in the health financing area in Kenyan and regional forums, as well as with others in the professional community and in countries of collaboration independent of technical supervision
  • Conducts all work to accepted standards of research ethics
  • Participates in the preparation of bids and proposals in response to government, foundation or other donor solicitation as requested by the company or supervisor
  • Performs other related duties and responsibilities as assigned

    Duration and Experience: Full-time, July 01, 2018 – June 30, 2019.

  • Advanced degree (MA, MSc, PhD) in economics or health economics with academic specialization in health financing or commensurate work experience in health finance

  • Experience:

  • With Masters-level qualification in health economics: At least 5 years of post-qualification health finance experience required, in Kenya and East Africa or

  • Doctoral-level qualification in economics or health economics: At least 3 years of experience required, in Kenya and East Africa.

  • Significant experience in health economics in the context of Kenya and/or East Africa

  • Experience in resource tracking including application of System of Health Accounts, 2011

  • Sound knowledge in Kenya's and East Africa governance and health finance landscape

  • Demonstrable experience in engagement with Kenya's institutions involved in health finance

  • Sound knowledge of methodologies used in health finance research, cost-effectiveness analysis, quantitative analysis, and statistical/econometric analysis

  • Knowledge of relevant literature related to topic area

  • Appropriate software skills necessary to conduct research, and to conduct analysis of study data, such as STATA, SPSS, or equivalent

  • Strong written and oral communication skills for high-level policy audiences (writing examples may be required)

  • Fluency in English required and Swahili preferred

  • Ability and willingness to travel within Kenya and to implement studies on a national basis

How to apply:

Please follow this link to apply: http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=SmFjcXVlbGluZS5VcmlvLjk5NzU3LjM4MzBAcGFsbGFkaXVtLmFwbGl0cmFrLmNvbQ

10 Forest Guards Jobs in Kenya

Forest Guards

Positions: 10


·         Lead patrol or inspect activities assigned in the county to monitor logging activities in the communal woodlots

·         Respond to complaint of potential code violation regarding pollution

·         Responds to request for information or assistance in code enforcement related matters.

·         Maintain log and record of inspections and enforcement activities

·         Perform other duties assigned by the director.

·         Enforce county policies on conservation matters.


·         Must be a Kenyan citizen

·         Must be aged between 18 and 40 Years

·         Must have attained a minimum Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) Mean Grade of D Plain.

·         Must have successfully completed the Basic National Youth Service/military

·         Must have a valid certificate of good conduct.

·         Must be physically fit

How to Apply

For detailed job description and job specification visit our website; www.meru.go.ke

NB: Women and People living with disability are encouraged to apply and should clearly indicate the type of disability.

Hand delivered applications should be dropped at the Meru County Public Service Board Offices situated at the Ntara place building on the fourth floor.

All applications should be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly marked on the left hand-side the POST you are applying for and

addressed to:

The Secretary,

Meru County Public Service Board

P.O. BOX 120-60200,


Important information to all Applicants:

The applications should reach the Secretary on or before 15th June 2018.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Applicants for Job Group ‘H’ and below should have a certificate of good conduct.

Applicants for Job Group ‘J’ and above should seek clearance from

·         Credit Reference Bureau

·         Kenya Revenue Authority

·         Higher Education Loans Board

·         Criminal Investigation Department

·         Commission for Higher Education; for those with certificates from Private and foreign universities.

30 Administrators Jobs in Kenya – Wards

Ward Administrators


·         development of policies and plans

·         service delivery;

·         developmental activities to empower the community;

·         provision and maintenance of infrastructure and facilities of public services

·         exercise any functions and powers delegated by the County Public Service Board under section 86

·         Coordination and facilitation of citizen participation in the development of policies and plans and delivery of services


·         Be a Kenyan Citizen Must have KCSE C+ and above or its equivalent qualification

·         Be a holder of at least a first degree from a university recognized in Kenya

·         Working experience of not less than five (3) years

·         Have qualifications and knowledge in administration and management;

How to Apply

For detailed job description and job specification visit our website; www.meru.go.ke

NB: Women and People living with disability are encouraged to apply and should clearly indicate the type of disability.

Hand delivered applications should be dropped at the Meru County Public Service Board Offices situated at the Ntara place building on the fourth floor.

All applications should be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly marked on the left hand-side the POST you are applying for and

addressed to:

The Secretary,

Meru County Public Service Board

P.O. BOX 120-60200,


Important information to all Applicants:

The applications should reach the Secretary on or before 15th June 2018.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Applicants for Job Group ‘H’ and below should have a certificate of good conduct.

Applicants for Job Group ‘J’ and above should seek clearance from

·         Credit Reference Bureau

·         Kenya Revenue Authority

·         Higher Education Loans Board

·         Criminal Investigation Department

·         Commission for Higher Education; for those with certificates from Private and foreign universities.

Kenya: New Consultancy Recruitment & Non-Staff Workflow

Organization: UN Children's Fund
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 19 Jun 2018

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Rapid Assessment, Adolescents, HIV/AIDS and SRHR

Assignment Title

Rapid Assessment: Adolescents, HIV/AIDS and SRHR in the counties of Kilifi and Makueni

Purpose of Assignment

The rapid assessment is intended to give county context in identifying equity and performance gaps limiting HIV prevention, treatment and care results and sexual reproductive health and rights in adolescents (aged 10 – 19) that would help define priority actions to accelerate and improve the quality of the county response to HIV among adolescents and hence contribute to the national response.

Location of Assignment

Nairobi, Kilifi and Makueni


Chief HIV Section, UNICEF Kenya

Duration of consultancy

25 days


The United Nations Joint Programme on HIV and AIDS in Kenya, in an effort to ensure more focused and prioritised support to the national HIV and AIDS response, has set aside resources for supporting county level actions. Under the global Unified Budget, Results and Accountability Framework (UBRAF), the Joint Team developed a joint work plan to support the national response, in line with the Kenya HIV and AIDS Strategic Framework and in consultation with key national partners. A prioritisation of the work plan, based on an analysis of key gaps and priorities, was done to identify areas where the UN can add value within its comparative advantage of skill sets and mandates, while delivering as one.

One area which has been identified for focused support to counties is HIV Prevention among adolescents and young people (AYP) and Sexually Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR). HIV infection among AYP in Kenya is still very high at 46% of all new infection in 2016. Young women and girls are most affected, contributing to 32% of all new infections. This is due to multiple factors including a major gap in comprehensive information on HIV and AIDS, early sexual debut, low condom use, low uptake of HIV testing and treatment services, and lack of youth friendly services for sexual and reproductive health and rights, among others. Moreover, young people living with HIV are facing poor treatment outcomes resulting in a high number of deaths. Other factors such as stigma and discrimination, high risk behaviours (e.g. alcohol and substance abuse, unprotected casual and transactional sex) and gender-based violence also contribute to the risk for HIV infection among young people. Moreover, certain groups of young people are also left behind in accessing HIV services such as young key populations (men who have sex with men, sex workers, injecting drug users), adolescents who are sexually exploited, young people in prisons and in refugee camps.

The activities to address this area will of course be tailored to county priorities as set out in County HIV and AIDS Strategic Plans (CASP).

Due to limited resources, the Joint Team together with Government decided on the selection of two counties to provide this support, based on set criteria that looked at the general epidemic; the epidemic among adolescents and young people; access to HIV testing and treatment and SRHR services; number of key populations, county HIV budgets and presence of other Joint Team programs. The two counties selected are:

1. Kilifi, which has an adult HIV prevalence of 4.5% and the estimated number of key populations is 4,676. The number of adolescents and young people living with HIV is estimated at 8,800 with an additional 747 new infections among this group in 2016. ART coverage among adults is 63% and although no breakdown is available for men, about 35% of men in Kilifi have never tested for HIV. The Joint Team therefore proposes to work in Kilifi because of the focus on key populations, in particular people who inject drugs, and the engagement of UN agencies already working in the county.

2. Makueni, which has an adult HIV prevalence of 5.1% and the estimated number of key populations is 1,966. The number of adolescents and young people living with HIV is estimated at 2,865 with an additional 831 new infections among this group in 2016. The estimated HIV prevalence among 15-24 year olds is 1.0%. ART coverage among adults is 56%. The Joint Team therefore proposes to work in Makueni because it is also a transport corridor hot spot.

Specific Tasks

· Conduct a desk review of relevant HIV and AIDS related epidemiological estimates and context for adolescents to illustrate the current situation in both counties.

· Provide background and analysis on availability and uptake of current HIV and SRH services for and by adolescents and young people. Identify key gaps and opportunities for improvement.

· Hold focus groups discussions with caregivers, adolescents and young people, including those most at risk (sexually exploited, engaged in sex work, injecting drugs and young men having sex with men) to obtain qualitative data on HIV related risks, availability and quality of HIV and SRHR services provided. Identify key barriers preventing access and use of services.

· Conduct stakeholders and beneficiary interviews including community leaders, health care service providers and representatives of adolescent and youth organizations to identify potential areas and types of involvement of adolescent and youth participation in the HIV/SRHR.

· Collate and analyse data collected and draft report with recommendations for action.

Expected Deliverables

· Compiled findings from desk review completed.

· Updated situation analysis on availability services for adolescents.

· At least four focus group discussions held with adolescents and caregivers (two in each county).

· At least six interviews held with stakeholders and beneficiary (three in each county).

· One concise report on key findings and recommendations that will help improve the lives and well-being of adolescents and young people as they relate to HIV and SRHR.


The consultant will work under the overall guidance and supervision of the Chief HIV Section, UNICEF Kenya.


As the work cuts across a number of agencies under the UN Joint Programme on HIV arrangements, UNICEF will work in collaboration with UNAIDS and UNFPA on this assignment.

Duration of Assignment

It is expected that the entire assignment will be undertaken over a period of 25 working days as detailed below:

· Desk review and preparatory work for the assessment, i.e. stakeholder briefings and logistical discussions: 4 days

· Assessment of service availability: 3 days

· Focus Group Discussions, including preparation and data compilation: 6 days

· Stakeholder interviews, including preparation and data compilation: 7 days

· Report writing: 5 days

Total: 25 days

Qualifications and Experience

· Master’s degree in Public Health, Sociology, Psychology or other relevant qualification

· At least 5 years of work experience in the field of HIV/AIDS/SRHR and adolescents and young people with a focus on conducting assessments, surveys and research

· Previous experience working with UNICEF and other UN agencies

· Results oriented with strong organizational skills

· Cultural and gender sensitivity

· Excellent command of spoken and written English


The consultancy fees will be paid in two tranches:

25% after the submission of the first two deliverables (desk review, situation analysis on services)

75% upon satisfactory completion of the assignment.

Consultants are requested to develop a detailed assessment proposal which encompasses all costs including travel to and from Makueni and Kilifi.

Application Process

Applications should include:

· Proposal on conducting the assessment with detailed plan of work and budget

· Current CV/P11 form

· Contact details of 3 referees

NB: Incomplete applications will not be considered.

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UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages all candidates, irrespective of gender, nationality, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of the organization.


Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and advance to the next stage of the selection process.

How to apply:

UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=513625

Kenya: IT Consultancy for Online GIS Mapping and Dashboard Development

Organization: Danish Refugee Council
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 10 Jun 2018

1. Background and context

Danish Demining Group (DDG) is a unit within the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) specializing in Armed Violence Reduction (AVR) and Humanitarian Mine Action. DDG was established in 1998 and has been operational in the Horn of Africa since 1999. The focus of DDG’s work in the region is on AVR, including community-driven approaches to improving public security provision, conflict management and conflict analysis and sensitivity. Conflict analysis and GIS mapping is used to promote informed inclusive stakeholder dialogue with the view of collectively identifying and addressing conflict risks. DDG has a growing portfolio focused on promoting community sensitive border security and management in the borderland areas in eastern and western Africa.

2. Purpose

Danish Demining Group (DDG) is implementing a 30-month DFID funded project that seeks to facilitate a more community-focused, effective and accountable police architecture in South Central Somalia. This project resonates with the new police model, and will also support processes to make traditional conflict resolution mechanisms more representative and capable of solving civil disputes and aligning with the formal justice sector in South-Central Somalia. This project is an integral part of DFID’s Somalia Security and Justice Programme, and is also in line with the Somalia Development Plan on strengthening police and access to justice institutions.

One of the main objective of this project is to contribute to collective learning of actors working on security and justice development in Somalia and inform policy and legislative development on policing, police accountability and justice sector development at national level based on lessons learned from community-based interventions.

Overall goal: To contribute to peace and stabilization of fragile parts of Somalia by strengthening the security and justice architecture. Our desired outcome is a more inclusive, effective and accountable security and justice institution in Somalia, premised on the desire to see:

a) a federal state police force which is more effective, accountable and has increased community support,

b) Increased access to justice through more representative and able traditional justice mechanism, and

c) Working collaboration between traditional and formal justice institutions.

3. Objective

A key output of this project is the creation of a website that will collate and present the results of research carried out prior and during the project. The information on the website will be presented in multiple formats including downloadable documents and interactive GIS maps.

The main objective of the consultancy is to develop an interactive website incorporating a web-based mapping dashboard – with a functional front-end and back-end – that will visually present an online knowledge and monitoring system and support efforts by DDG to facilitate the creation of a ‘community of practice regarding lessons learned’ from agencies working on security and justice related issues inside Somalia. The online security and justice knowledge hub shall provide easy and dynamic access to information relevant to DDG, DDG’s donors and the community of practice and thereby complement regular knowledge sharing and coordination meetings.

The portal should have a direct connection to a responsive database to ensure the core staff can easily update the necessary data on a regular basis.

4. Key Responsibilities

The Consultant will work closely with the DDG Knowledge Management Officer in the development of the website as need be. The scope of the website development services includes but is not limited to the following:

  • The consultant will build a visually modern and attractive web-based interactive website incorporating a map (Somalia) that will be filterable with different parameters.
  • The platform will incorporate a dialogue forum to facilitate conversations both in English and Somali. This forum must require users to apply for membership as well as have features to moderate conversations.
  • Ensure the website has an incorporated content management system to enable Danish Demining Group team members control over content upload and management.
  • The portal will present complex information in a simplified visual format and make the data accessible and filterable to meet the specific mandates or interests of various stakeholders. The platform will also present information as downloadable reports, tools and events calendar.
  • Ensure the website appropriately implements an Access Control Level mechanism to restrict access to certain features and content depending on user type for both internal and external users.
  • The consultant will develop a responsive back-end (content management system) where staff members are able to log in (with different rights when necessary) and update the data regularly.
  • The consultant will put in place modalities to guarantee security of the website.
  • A detailed filtering mechanism will be developed on the map to allow stakeholders to interact and engage with the various indicators. The map will capture and display data geographically.
  • The platform must be optimized for mobile compatibility. Moreover, it needs to provide a seamless experience across all devices and browsers.
  • The developer will provide training for core staff on how to manage and update the website.
  • The project will not be considered complete without the delivery of a detailed technical specifications document including the source code. The ownership of the interface and the source code will belong henceforth to DDG upon delivery of the project.
  • Design a user-friendly and fit-for-purpose front-end of the website.
  • The website can be inspired by already existing examples like:

o https://uchaguzi.or.ke/views/map/ http://www.gbvsomalia.org/

o https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/iraq/education

o http://www.regionalmms.org/ http://4mi.regionalmms.org/

  • The website will be content-heavy, with many reports, dashboards, photos etc. The proposed design should take this into account.
  • The website architecture must take into account variant internet connection speeds by various users.**5. Timeline and Process**

  • Contractors should include in their proposal a maintenance plan as an option.

  • The expected timeframe for the project is 60 days with a beta-version completed by the first 40 days (70% completion rate), and a final version by 20 days of signing the contract for testing, recommendations, amendments, documentation and training.

  • All content will be provided by the core team. The website design team is expected to work closely with staff in the field to get all the necessary content to be uploaded on the new website.

  • An iterative process is expected, whereby the designers will submit various drafts and incorporate feedback from core staff before the final beta version of the website is agreed upon.

  • Upon successful testing and validation of the beta version, the website shall then be published live.

6. Key Deliverables / Output

The required output will include and may not be limited to:

a) A fully functional website

b) An end user manual

7. DRC’s responsibilities

a) DRC will provide all necessary content (text, images, map coordinates) to facilitate the development of the website

8. Reporting Arrangements

The Consultant will be reporting to DDG Knowledge Management Officer, and collaborate closely with DRC’s IT Team for technical inquiries.

9. Duration of Assignment

60 days upon signature of the contract

10. Location of assignment

The consultant will be based in Nairobi, Kenya. During the first 40 days of the inception of the project that consultant will work from home and check in once a week at the DRC/ DDG office to sit down with the DDG Knowledge Management Officer and/or DRC’s IT team. During the last 20 days of the contract the consultant will be accommodated a work space in the DRC/DDG Somalia offices for testing, recommendations, amendments, documentation and training.

11. Expected profile of consultant

Any contractor that is interested in submitting a proposal is expected to meet the following requirements:

· Strong, verifiable portfolio in Web and UI/UX design; with experience in designing for non-profit organizations or similar websites.

· Previous experience developing and designing mapping dashboards.

· Ability to communicate in English and deliver projects under a tight deadline.

· Already have the right to live and work in Kenya.

12. Terms & Conditions Deadlines are met by the Consultant who will come into the office once a week for the first 40 days and then works from the DRC office the remaining 20 days while the website it amended and tested with the DDG Somalia team. The Consultant will incorporate all amendments and DDG Somalia team will send the interface to DRC’s Communications personnel to ensure the website meets the DDG and donor requirements. All transportation fees to and from the DRC/DDG office will be incurred by the Consultant.

13. General
DRC has a Humanitarian Accountability Framework, outlining its global accountability committments. All staff are required to contribute to the achievement of this framework (http://www.drc.dk/HAF.4265.0.html)

How to apply:

14. Application process

Interested parties should forward their expression of interest, in English on this link: http://www.drc.dk

under vacancies, applications without the following will not be considered.

ü A technical proposal detailing the approach and methodology for the project including selected links to previous work

ü A detailed and separate financial proposal with breakdown of costs per output as well as the required timeframe (working days or hours) for each output

ü A detailed portfolio of previously successfully completed projects

ü Three (3) recent client referee contact details

ü A detailed timeline with major milestones / deliverables (e.g. kick-off workshop; beta version, etc.).

The deadline for submission of EoL is applications 10th June 2018

If you have questions or are facing problems with the online application process, please contact job@drc.dk

Kenya: Project Coordinator MEAL – Mandera County

Organization: World Vision
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 08 Jun 2018

Purpose of the Position:

The purpose of this position is to ensure that BORESHA project (World Vision International (WVI) deliverables) develops a fully functional M&E system that can facilitate constant review of progress on project implementation –both within World Vision project management and in the Boresha Consortium partners. Boresha Project operates in three countries under the Mandera Triangle (Mandera Kenya, Somalia and Southern Ethiopia) implemented by DRC as Lead, World Vision International (World Vision Kenya and World Vision Somalia), Care Kenya/Somalia/Ethiopia and WYG. Therefore, the M&E officer will be instrumental in developing, nurturing and adhering to laid down mechanisms of the project in line with consortium and donor requirements. The job holder will provide leadership in M&E at project level in WV operation sites (Mandera and Somalia) and will ensure that accountability mechanisms are mainstreamed.

This position will be responsible for facilitating baseline processes, developing M&E Plan (key indicators) and benchmarks for M&E in the project: – Design of tools, data collection and analysis and periodical sharing of findings with all the stakeholders. The M&E officer will also be responsible for establishing and facilitating a learning culture and documentation of learning within the project and all stakeholders. The officer will develop also be responsible for preparing progress reports (Weekly reports, situation reports – Sitrep), Quarterly reports and Yearly reports, Change stories etc as per the requirements for review and submission to Project Manager. The position will also be expected to integrate the grant with other Child Well-being outcomes in line with the WVK Strategic priorities.


Project Monitoring, Assessment Evaluation and Learning and Coordination 40%

  • Monitor and ensure that grant is managed and executed with excellence as per plans within time and budgets, meeting donor and community accountability.
  • Provide leadership in branding and profiling the project (BORESHA) and organization in the county
  • Ensure weekly and monthly planning and budgeting process is aligned project overall budget and Detailed Implementation Plan and operating smoothly. Provide innovative and technical support for effective implementation of key activity projects
  • •Participate in staff and community capacity building initiatives as stipulated in project designs and guidelines as well as promoting relevant NRM and Livelihood models in the BORESHA Program
  • Provide strong and positive leadership to the WVK Boresha team ensuring competent and motivated staff in consultation with Project and Area Program Managers.
  • Provide technical leadership in implementing/mainstreaming the M&E system to the existing M&E system in WVI.
  • Provide technical leadership in carrying out Outcome and output monitoring using LQAS methodology and monthly data collection tools across the project areas in the two Countries (Mandera and Dolow in Somalia)
  • Support development of ToR in collaboration with other project teams and identify specific data requirements as is required

· Participate in development of assessment/evaluation/baseline reports using the analysis and interpretation as shall be agreed in the Boresha Consortium

· Develop and update monthly output database for Boresha WVI deliverables.

· Carry out rigorous field monitoring and activity verification visits to document progress and identify gaps/challenges and propose plan of actions

· Deal with and/or escalate technical issues and problems proactively as they arise, and adapt plans as appropriate

· Coordinate project reflection and learning sessions in conjunction with other grant staff and project partners.

· Work proactively with key staff and stakeholders to develop detailed monitoring plan and monitor project implementation across all the project sites under WVI and report progress, impact and best practices

  • Manage data of all activities pertaining to the project including data processing, consolidation and analysis across
  • Disseminate all project information related to M&E to staff and partners across the project sites
  • Ensure Project alignment to the consortium regulations and donor evaluation protocols and methodological tools
  • Take lead in development of key performance indicators and benchmarks for M&E

· Participate in Boresha Implementation Working Group and Technical Working Group Meetings as per need

Reporting, documentation and collaboration 30%

· Support the development and submission of project reports (Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly and Annually) and core documents as per WVI guidelines and Consortium standards

· Maintain links with other organizations for collaboration, networking, resource sharing, materials development, and learning activities

  • Facilitate sharing of key lessons learnt and action points as required for the Consortium partners and WVI

· Ensure key project documents are securely kept in both soft and hard copies and accessible to project management

Capacity Building for partners/stakeholders and staff 25%

  • Build the capacity of staff and partners to enhance participatory monitoring according to WVI and consortium requirements.
  • Ensure the implementation of project community capacity building initiatives that ensure local participation and project ownership in all the project sites;
  • Develop an M&E capacity building plan of action for key partners, Community structures and Community Owned Resource Persons

· Work with DME unit to develop training materials for capacity building for community trainers of trainers

Other duties as assigned 5%

Undertake any other assignments as assigned to you by your Supervisors

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience

The following may be acquired through a combination of formal or self-education, prior experience or on the job training:

  • The holder of this position must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field from a recognized University preferably in General Agriculture, Natural Resource Management, Livestock Production with a Post Graduate diploma in Statistics, Monitoring and Evaluation, OR
  • Degree in Statistics, Monitoring and Evaluation, program management.
  • Skills in GIS & Mobile Data Platforms will be an added advantage
  • They must have a minimum of three years’ experience with regards to the designing, planning, implementation, supervising and reporting on livelihoods and resilience projects
  • They must have both an extensive conceptual understanding of and demonstrated practical command for implementing program design, monitoring and evaluation principles;
  • The holder of this position must be a results orientated who can handle a heavy work load as well as manage and satisfy multiple and at times conflicting organizational, donor and other stakeholder demands and;
  • He /she must also have ample experience in public relations and be a strong team player.
  • He/she must be a good team player, self-starter, has ability to work under minimum supervision and maintain good relationships

How to apply:

For more information on the job and application procedure, please visit: http://careers.wvi.org/job-opportunities-in-africa and submit your online application including a detailed CV, current and expected salary, with names of three referees. Application deadline is June 8, 2018 at midnight. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted**.**

World Vision is a child focused organization and upholds the rights and wellbeing of children. Our recruitment and selection procedures include screening and background checking for child abuse related offenses. World Vision is an equal opportunity employer.

World Vision does not use employment agencies nor does it charge money for recruitment, interviews, or medical checks. More information about vacancies can be found on our official careers page https://careers.wvi.org/.

Kenya: Consultancy: Child Protection Officer – Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya (9 Months), Open to Kenyan National Only

Organization: UN Children's Fund
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 30 May 2018

UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. To save their lives. To defend their rights. To help them fulfill their potential.

Across 190 countries and territories, we work for every child, everywhere, every day, to build a better world for everyone.

And we never give up.

Background and Justification


UNICEF is the lead United Nations agency promoting the rights of children worldwide. To ensure that no child is left behind, UNICEF advocates and supports the realization of children rights to health, water, sanitation, education, nutrition and access to safe and protective environment. In Kenya, UNICEF works with the Government of Kenya and stakeholders to improve the lives of children and their families, reaching out to the hard to reach communities and children facing multiple deprivations. UNICEF equally advocates and partners with leaders and policymakers to promote and realize children rights. UNICEF Kenya is finalizing preparation of the 2018-2022 Country Programme, the core framework for partnership with the Government of Kenya in advancing the rights of children and women. The country programme aims to ensure that children, particularly those facing disparity and inequity, have their rights realized through cross-sectoral interventions that address multiple overlapping deprivations, ensuring reduction in stunting, improved learning, participation and protection and promoting social inclusion. UNICEF has prioritized refugee programming in the upcoming country programme, with a focus on ensuring, among others, that refugee children and population on the move are protected from harm and violation of their rights. UNICEF promotes child protection systems strengthening and the mainstreaming of strategies to protect refugee and children on the move in the national child protection system. Programming for refugee population falls under UNICEF humanitarian response as outlined in the Core Commitment for Children in Humanitarian Crisis and other emergency response policies and procedures.

Presence in Kakuma

UNICEF Child Protection work in Kakuma Refugee Camp entails partnership with UNHCR and relevant agencies in providing a safe, protective environment for unaccompanied and separated minors and vulnerable children exposed to risk of harm. Since the South Sudan influx of 2013, UNICEF has contributed to strengthening case and information management for effective child protection service provision through systems strengthening; capacity building of case workers and communities, innovative up-scaling of case and information management system and provision of supplies. In 2015, UNICEF in partnership with UNHCR facilitated a comprehensive review of the child protection case management system using a case management diagnostic assessment tool that was designed by UNICEF. The review process resulted in substantive review of the case management tools, protection and vulnerability assessment criteria and information management system. As part of this reform, Kakuma was among the first refugee camps in the world where the newly designed, web-based Primero/Child Protection Information Management System (Primero/CPIMS+) has been adopted. There currently is in place an integrated case and information management system that enables case workers to holistically manage a child’s case. With technical support from UNICEF, an objective, need based system on identifying children with protection risks, assessment of vulnerabilities and provision of support services has been enhanced.


Continued unrest in South Sudan, the Great Lakes region and Somalia has led to the displacement of thousands of people from their countries. In 2017 alone, about 23,288 people were registered as new arrivals in Kakuma refugee camp and the integrated Kalobeyei settlement villages. Children constitute 60% of all new arrivals. Overall, there are about 185,899 (98,856 male, 86,943 female)1 refugees in Kakuma and Kalobeyei, with children aged 0-17 years comprising 58%2 of the refugee population. Majority of the asylum seekers (57.3%) are from South Sudan, followed by Somalia at 18.5% while the rest are from other countries in the region, including D.R Congo, Burundi and Ethiopia.

The child protection case management system in Kakuma refugee camp is designed to facilitate rapid screening of children as they arrive at the border point or in the camp, identification and unaccompanied, separated and at-risk children, facilitation of comprehensive Best Interest Assessment (BIA) and the implementation of appropriate care and support plan to ameliorate identified risks and vulnerabilities. Displacement from their homes and often traumatic fright from home is an experience that results in psychosocial distress that requires individual and group based therapy, care and support. Among the common vulnerability and protection risks for children arriving and/or living in Kakuma/Kalobeyei include trauma/stress, exposure to violence, abuse and exploitation, family separation, threat of abduction, sexual exploitation and abuse, child marriage, Female Genital Mutilation among others. The assessment checklist in Kakuma contains over thirty protection and vulnerability risks that have varying protection implications on children and their families.

The current child protection caseload in Kakuma/Kalobeyei comprises of over 15,000 (38% girls) children, out of who 2,307 (31% girls) are Unaccompanied Minors (UAM) and 12,831 (37% girls) are separated from their families. Over 1,045 UAM are placed in foster families within the camp. Between December 2015 and January 2018, over 7,000 BIAs were conducted and a further 1,209 Best Interest Determination (BID) reports submitted to the Inter-Agency BID Panel to inform decision making on long-term protection interventions for children, including recommendations on durable solutions. All these processes and service provision tasks are facilitated by UNHCR implementing partners, with the Lutheran World Federation (LWF) being the primary implementing partner on case management. LWF has a pool of social workers, counsellors and refugee staff working in the child protection programme and who are hardly enough to manage the huge caseload. Consequently, there has been significant focus on strengthening community based child protection systems to ensure that at risk and vulnerable children are identified and appropriate and timely protection services provided. The priority for Kakuma, therefore, is to expand the gains so far made by ensuring caseworkers social work skills are strengthened to enable them to deliver quality services to target children. Additionally, the huge caseload requires a well functioning community-based child protection system to ensure that no at risk and vulnerable child is left unprotected. The purpose of this consultancy therefore is to provide technical support, coach and mentor partners on improving skills that lead to effective case management services in Kakuma, coordinate implementation of UNICEF child protection programme and further enhancing coordination with UNHCR and other partners in realizing results for children.

Scope of Work

Goal and Objective

Under the supervision of the Chief, Lodwar Zonal Office, with technical support of the Child Protection Specialist, the Child Protection Officer (Consultancy) based in Kakuma will provide professional support to child protection partners in Kakuma and Kalobeyei, with specific focus on strengthening caseworkers social work skills through case management coaching and mentoring. Working closely with the UNHCR Protection office, the Officer will provide technical support in the implementation of the child protection programme, ensure monitoring and reporting of results, designing and facilitating capacity building based on identified needs, ensuring efficient programme delivery and evidence generation for accountability and reporting to UNICEF and the donors. The Child Protection Officer will be required to support the effective use Primero/CPIMS+ in case management and generate evidence to show the value derived from use of integrating technology in case management.

Activities and Tasks

Specifically, the Child Protection Officer will be responsible for:

  • Liaise with UNHCR Protection Office in facilitating technical support to UNICEF partners and ensure that case management support to unaccompanied, separated and vulnerable children is effective, including leveraging on the benefits of an integrated Child Protection Information Management System (CPIMS+) into the day to day case management processes
  • In coordination with the UNICEF Child Protection Specialist, UNHCR Protection Officer and LWF Child Protection Coordinator, design and implement a child protection case management coaching and mentoring programme that leads to enhanced capacity of child protection caseworkers to provide quality services to target beneficiaries in Kakuma and Kalobeyei.
  • Facilitate coaching and mentoring of child protection caseworkers, community development workers on case management, monitor and document progressive change in case management practices and results achieved for children
  • Oversee the implementation of, and reporting on, UNICEF Child Protection interventions in Kakuma, with a focus on UNICEF Country Programme priorities for children in refugee camps, neighbouring host community and, specifically, deliverables outlined in the ECHO funded programme on expanding access to child protection services for unaccompanied, separated and vulnerable children and UNICEF component of the integrated development programme for Kalobeyei.
  • Strengthen partnership with the Department of Children Services (DCS) and partners in Kakuma and Kalobeyei
  • Ensure partnership with other agencies in mainstreaming child protection in the integrated support to the Kalobeyei Development Programme targeting both refugee and the host community is realized
  • Participate in coordination meeting, including the Kakuma Child Protection Working Group, Turkana West Sub-County Area Advisory Council, Inter-Agency Gender Based Violence Working Group
  • Liaise with UNICEF Lodwar Zonal Office as well and Chief, Child Protection in Nairobi and the Child Protection Specialists in Lodwar and Nairobi in monitoring and reporting on child protection programme implementation
  • Closely liaise with UNHCR, UNICEF Nairobi and Lodwar Zonal Office and partners in planning and facilitating official missions to Kakuma and Kalobeyei, including donor and other programme visits relevant to UNICEF
  • Participate in Kakuma level coordination meetings and forums, including the Kakuma Child Protection Working Group
  • Submit monthly reports outlining achieved results against the approved work plan. The consultant’s monthly reports will, at the minimum, outline the specific tasks accomplished during the reporting period, who the tasks targeted, how the targets were reached results/outputs, challenges faced and key recommendations (both in achieving target results and overall programme). The consultant will also keep the supervisor appraised on the programme situation on the ground, including sharing weekly situation reports highlighting refugee arrival trends and emergencies, e.g. drought, flooding, disease outbreak etc. that could impact on UNICEF child protection programme.
  • Work relationships

    Operation and management of this consultancy will be by the Chief, UNICEF Lodwar Zonal Office based in Lodwar Town. Technical supervision will be the responsibility of the Chief, Child Protection Section. On the ground, the consultant will closely work with the head of Protection at UNHCR in Kakuma who is responsible for overall protection services in Kakuma/Kalobeyei. UNICEF work in the refugee camp is based on a Memorandum of Understanding between UNICEF and UNHCR in Kenya. Partnership Cooperation Agreement (PCA) signed between UNICEF and implementing partners are the basis for funding and collaboration with implementing partners (currently with Lutheran World Federation). The consultant will work on a day-to-day basis with UNICEF partners in delivering outlined tasks. UNICEF work in Kenya is prioritized through the Country Development Programme whose aim is to support the Government in achieving results for children. Consequently, UNICEF signs implementation work plans with the government, outlining our collaborative effort in attaining set targets. In line with this approach, the consultant will work with the Department of Children Services, the County Government of Turkana and other relevant line ministries and departments in the implementation of the outlined tasks.


  • A comprehensive case management coaching and mentoring programme designed to strengthen the capacity of child protection case workers and community based child protection system actors in ensuring delivery of quality protection services to unaccompanied, separated and vulnerable children is designed and implemented
  • Results of the coaching and mentoring intervention are documented. This will entail a clear elaboration of the coaching and mentoring strategy used.
  • Generate and document evidence of the milestone made to the child in ameliorating protection risks and vulnerabilities, as a result of the coaching and mentoring approach to child protection case management process
  • Qualitative and quantitative reports on the overall coordination of UNICEF child protection programme in Kakuma and Kalobeyei against programme indicators and deliverables.
  • End of assignment report outlining key results achieved against outlined activities and tasks
  • Deliverables

    Duration (Estimated # of days or months)


    Schedule of Payment


    Design and validation of coaching and mentoring programme

    45 days

    Jun 1st to Jul 15th 2018



    Implementation of coaching and mentoring programme

    105 days

    Jul 15th to Dec 31st 2018



    Child Protection programme implementation, monitoring and reporting


    Jun 1st 2018 to Feb 28th 2019



    Submit monthly progress reports

    9 months

    Jun 1st 2018 to Feb 28th 2019



    End of assignment report

    1 month

    1st to 28th Feb 2019


    Payment Schedule

    Payment is on satisfactory completion of deliverables duly authorized by the Supervisor of contract. All reports shall be submitted to Chief, Lodwar Zonal office with a copy to Chief, Child Protection Section.

    Required qualifications, desired competencies, technical background and experience

  • Education: A minimum of First degree in Social Work/Social Sciences (Sociology, Anthropology, International Relations, Psychology)
  • Specialist skills/Training: Hands on experience in Child Protection programming. Experience in social work/case work with children in a refugee and/or other humanitarian setting is preferred. Must be a good trainer and facilitator, demonstrate good writing skills. Coaching and mentoring is people centred, therefore the ideal candidate will demonstrate ability to work with people of diverse background, education level and technical capabilities.
  • Years of experience: At least 5 years field level experience. Previous experience as a consultant. Past experience in child protection/ social work in lieu of consultancy experience is welcome. Knowledge and previous experience in coaching and mentoring is preferred.
  • Competencies: Drive for results, working with people, analytical skills, technical knowledge in subject area
  • Languages required: Fluency in English and Kiswahili
  • Conditions

    This is a nine months consultancy based at Kakuma and open to Kenyan nationals only.

    NB: Kakuma is a non-family duty station. The consultant will make own arrangement for travel to duty station as well as own accommodation arrangement.

    As per UNICEF DFAM policy, payment is made against approved deliverables. No advance payment is allowed unless in exceptional circumstances against bank guarantee, subject to a maximum of 30 percent of the total contract value in cases where advance purchases, for example for supplies or travel, may be necessary.

    The candidate selected will be governed by and subject to UNICEF’s General Terms and Conditions for individual contracts.

    How to apply:

    Qualified candidates must submit their expression of interest through the UNICEF Talent Management Platform. Applicants should submit financial proposal outlining professional fee, living and transport allowance.

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages all candidates, irrespective of gender, nationality, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of the organization.

    How to apply:

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=513112

    Kenya: Training Officer, Mara

    Organization: Action Africa Help – International
    Country: Kenya
    Closing date: 25 May 2018

    The Kenya country programme of Action Africa Help International is recruiting a Training Officer.

    Purpose of the role: Support in the training components for innovative livelihoods improvement initiatives among women-headed micro enterprises, production and marketing of livestock and livestock related products and economic empowerment of youths. The aim will be the overall establishment of
    sustainable, innovative enterprises. The approaches to be used will be through participatory
    methodologies, value chain development, linkage and access to markets. S/he communicates
    organizational vision, mission and core values. Coordinates the design, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of projects with the team.

    Duties & Responsibilities

    • Provide strategic direction and create implementation plans for training activities assigned within the MCLIP project
    • Generate and share comprehensive and detailed projects monthly work schedules, reports, cash forecasts, monitor and report on projects budgets utilization.
    • Organize internal and external matters of the MCLIP training activities in relation to entrepreneurship while keeping records of the training progress as per the project document.
    • Support the process of projects monitoring and review, documenting and sharing best practices and lessons.
    • Assist in the creation of concept notes and proposals for Mara programs
    • Design training and development program for the project based on training needs of community groups and individual components learning programs
    • Monitor and review the progress of the target groups through questionnaires and Focus Group discussions
    • Work in a team to produce work plans that are satisfactory to all stakeholders
    • Responsible for coordination, implementation, monitoring and Evaluation of project's capacity building components in collaboration with the Narok County respective departments
    • Develop the training modules and relate them to the projects entrepreneurship activities and provide follow up and mentorship to the beneficiaries till they are able to apply skills in their businesses.
    • Provide adequate and timely technical guidance, supervision, capacity building and management support for the Project team.
    • Compile weekly and monthly training reports and highlight on progress and discrepancies in implementation.
    • Manage resources related to training: both financial and organizational assets and accounting accordingly.
    • Take lead in follow up of the groups trained, capturing data and analysing to measure the impact created.
    • Any other duty as may be assigned by the line manager from time to time.

    Professional qualifications
    Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences preferably in Entrepreneurship, Economics, Marketing, Commerce, SMES or any other relevant field

    Minimum relevant experience required

    • At least 3 years' progressive programming experience including understanding of and ability to promote empowering and developmental models in pastoral community work through highly effective value chain development participatory methodologies
    • Experience in co-operatives development and management will be an added advantage.
    • Strong participatory methodologies facilitation skills including an ability to confidently and strongly engage community groups with limited formal education, use of the REFLECT methodology as a tool for literacy and numeracy is essential.
    • Proven credibility, integrity and professionalism – demonstrates these characteristics at all times.
    • Exercises sound judgment and political sensitivity – especially in relation to the community organization, local governments etc.
    • Ability to work with a team, foster a team approach at all times
    • Ability to analyse and utilize projects development gaps for designing Programs
    • Ability to handle multiple projects, set priorities, meet deadlines, and maintain a high level of performance in a fast-paced environment.

    How to apply:

    Interested candidates should email application letter and CV (with 3 referees) addressed to
    recruitke@actionafricahelp.org to be received by 25 May, 2018. The email Subject Line must
    show the job title of the position applied for. Due to the urgency of the position shortlisting will be
    done on a rolling basis. AAH-I is an equal-opportunity employer. We thank candidates for their
    high interest in the opportunities we publish on our website. Due to the high number of
    applications we receive, we will only get back to shortlisted candidates.