DRC has been present in Sudan since 2004, delivering life-saving programming in protection, emergency response, shelter, food security and livelihoods, disaster risk reduction, camp management, and humanitarian mine action. DRC has implemented projects in Central Darfur, South Darfur, South Kordofan, Gedaref, Kassala, and Khartoum states. Sudan hosts one of the largest displaced populations in Africa, with over 3.7 million internally displaced people and over 1.1 million refugees from South Sudan, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Central African Republic, Chad, Yemen and Syria. Against a background of political crisis, Sudan faces economic and social turmoil, with sharp increases in food and energy costs, further exacerbated by disease outbreaks and ongoing conflict.
About the job
The overall role of the NTS and EORE Relief Operator is to conduct community-level survey activities in different community settings to identify and assess the impact of explosive ordnance on women, girls, boys and men in the target areas and also to implement EORE activities including direct sessions in different community settings, targeting women, girls, boys and men exposed to risks from explosive ordnance in target areas. To participate in community liaison and data collection to inform priority setting and project activities.