Background Information – Job-specify
Under the overall direction of the Programme Manager and in accordance with Cordaid policy, procedures and practices the Surveyor/Distribution focal point implements overall Gender Equity Teacher Training (GETT) project activities in ground. S/he is responsible for the quality and effectiveness of project implementation. S/he will closely work with Cordaid programme, operation and PMEAL departments. The Surveyor/Distribution focal point facilitate project distribution in close coordination with government and relevant sectors for improving Monitoring, Accountability, Transparency process of the project.
- Makes sure that project activities are implemented according to the planned schedule and with the required quality standards.
- Participate actively in assessments, vulnerable beneficiary identification as per Cordaid beneficiary selection criteria.
- Coordinate with the procurement, logistics and finance team about food items procurement/distribution.
- Distribute learning materials/food packages to selected vulnerable students.
- Participate in learning events and monitoring activities.
- Establish and maintain effective relationships with beneficiaries, institutions, relevant civil society organizations, etc.
- Coordinate with Kandahar education department and Kandahar Teacher Training colleague, and other actors.
- Support PMEAL team in post distribution monitor.
- Maintain project filling system, data and information about project beneficiaries, assessments, visits, distribution etc.
- Compile and submit regular weekly and monthly reports as agreed with the supervisor.
- Contribute to the dissemination and sharing of best practices and lessons learned.
- Other responsibilities perform other tasks and duties as requested by the supervisor.
Manage project resources
- Stimulate teamwork, collaboration with project teams.
- Grow a positive work environment, respectful and both women, men.
Support Effective security in the field
- Work closely with security advisor in order security challenges in the field.
- Situation control during distribution.
Background Information – Cordaid
Cordaid was established in 2000, when several Dutch aid organizations joined forces. But our history goes back more than a century. Cordaid has changed over the years and is more than a donor now. Reducing fragility has become our core priority and we work in all contexts of fragility, from relief, through rehabilitation to longer term development. To do this effectively we seek funds, start partnerships, and compete on a global market.
Working in some of the world’s most challenging environments and inspired by compassion, solidarity, and subsidiarity, Cordaid’s mission is to reduce fragility and the vulnerability of people where it is most needed and most difficult. We recognize that the overriding challenge in fragile and (post-)conflict countries is restoring trust and social cohesion, at community level and between communities and the state. This is what Cordaid does, right in the heart of communities, by mobilizing global networks, resources, and knowledge. By doing this, we help people move beyond survival and live in dignity.
Cordaid does this by promoting equality and social inclusion, by increasing the resilience of people and societies and by strengthening the social contract between citizens and their governments. Wherever we can, we combine lifesaving humanitarian aid with the longer-term improvement of health care systems, economic opportunities and resilience, and the promotion of security and justice.
Background Information – Afghanistan Country Office
Cordaid is working in and on fragility, and has been active in Afghanistan since 2001, aiming at a stable and peaceful country. We work in 6 thematic areas, supported by lobby and advocacy activities: health care, extractives, security and justice, humanitarian aid, resilience and private sector development. We provide programmatic leadership and require that our operations and those of our local partners are implemented to the highest standards complemented with knowledge generation that incorporates best practices and lessons learned.
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