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Job Title: Monitoring and Evaluation for Child Protection and SGBV Consultant, NOC
Job Number: 499295
Work Type: Consultancy
Purpose of the Assignment
- Under the guidance of Child Protection in Emergencies Manager, the national consultant will contribute to the strengthening of the monitoring and evaluation system for the child protection in emergencies response.
- In the course of 2014 and early 2015, Jama’atu Ahlis Sunna Lidda’awati wal-Jihad (JAS), more commonly as Boko Haram intensified its attacks on the civilian population in Nigeria, with tactics developing from hit-and-run attacks targeting Government officials, security forces, police stations, detention centers, religious figures and schools, to take-and-hold attacks in which Boko Haram managed to establish and maintain control over large swaths of territory. While in late 2015 and 2016 the Nigerian Armed Forces took back most Boko Haram controlled areas, the fighting caused additional mass displacement, especially in Borno State.
- Over 2 million people have been displaced by the conflict, with over half under the age of 18 years, with millions more trapped in the 19 Local Government Areas thjob atwere held by Boko Haram. As the Nigerian Armed Forces have regained these Local Government Areas, there have been additional mass displacements. Recent increasing security has also led to the humanitarian community being able to access previously inaccessible Local Government Areas. Children make up over half of the affected population in these newly liberated areas.
- UNICEF is rapidly scaling up its child protection in emergencies programming. It is essential thjob atthe impact of the programme is effectively and robustly captured for the purpose of external communication, programme development and donor reporting. UNICEF is therefore seeking to contract a national M&E consultant to strengthen internal systems of M&E and ensure the production of quality data analysis of programme reach and impact, with a focus on UNICEF’s psychosocial support programmes and programme for unaccompanied and separated children.
- Disaggregated beneficiary numbers from UNICEF’s programmes and UNICEF’s funded programmes available on a weekly and monthly basis disaggregated by age, sex, location, intervention, outcome and programme, as well as partner and donor
- Disaggregated numbers of people trained by sex, location, profession, subject of training, as well as partner/organization and donor available on a weekly and monthly basis
- Beneficiary numbers verified through regular programme site spot checks
- Impact analysis of training carried out
- Mapping of UASC caseload
- Orientation data collection tools delivered to UNICEF staff, consultants and partners
- Monthly progress reports
Qualifications of Successful Candidate
- Advanced university Degree in Social Science, Statistics or related field or eight years relevant work experience in lieu of an advanced degree
- A minimum of five years of relevant professional work experience on M&E
- Excellent planning and organizational skills
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Strong communication skills – both oral and written
- Experience of designing and delivering training on M&E
- Experience of working with INGOs or NGOs desirable
- Familiarity with child protection
- Familiarity of working in an emergency context
Application Closing Date
7th October, 2016.
How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
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