Partnership, project and/or programme accompaniment and support: Thematic focus: Food Security and Livelihood (FSL) Programme Support:
• Complement partners’ thematic understanding on FSL, contributing to the development of relevant interventions that bring about positive change (to de defined in detail for each post – entirely dependent on partners’ needs).
• The post is expected to provide day to day technical support to the partner and this does not replace nor does it duplicate the position and role of the CAFOD partners FSL teams. Instead, the accompanier will build a professional and close working relationship with the partner FSL team to help build capacity for effective and quality FSL response.
• Under the guidance of CAFOD FSL PO and in co-operation with the partner identify 2000 HHs to benefit with voucher for seed and tools for winter farming through DiNER fairs/market fairs.
• Under the guidance and support of CAFOD FSL P.O in in cop-operation with partner identify 80 Community extension workers, support in the delivery of 4 trainings each for three-day trainings for 80 CEWs and one training for three day for 20 CPSs
• Under the guidance and support of CAFOD FSL P.O and in co-operation with the partner support in the identification, establishment of 4 SLIC groups of a total of 80 members and facilitate SLIC training to the 4 groups.
• Under the guidance and support of CAFOD FSL P.O FSL and in co-operation with the partner support 4 SILC groups to conduct awareness on COVID-19 and Cholera.
• Under the guidance and support of CAFOD P.O FSL and in co-operation with the partner identify 400 people to undertaking cash-for-work activities in 4 project target villages in White Nile for a period of 15 days.
• Under the guidance of CAFOD P.O FSL and in co-operation with the partner support 20 CAHWs to conduct field extension services to at least 1,000 HHs for a period of 4 months
• Under the guidance of CAFOD FSL PO and in co-operation with the partner outline the nature of business start -ups for SLIC groups and conduct 2 market assessments (for DiNER Fairs and livelihood start-ups)
• Under guidance and support of the CAFOD FSL PO, and in co-operation with partners to support in identification of vendors, contracting of vendors, undertaking DiNER fairs.
• Contribute to the technical aspects of the report writing requirements of the FSL programme
• Provide updates on the implementation progress of the FSL projects with the partners and ensure quality and timely updates are received by the CAFOD FSL Programme Officer as agreed.
• Delegated representation of CAFOD in the coordination meetings and other related meetings in close coordination with CAFOD FSL Programme Officer and Programme Manager .
1. This list of duties and responsibilities is by no means exhaustive, and the post-holder may be required to undertake other relevant and appropriate duties as needed. This job description is subject to regular review and appropriate modification.
2. If considered useful and appropriate, specific percentages per function/areas of responsibility can be assigned by agreement between the post-holder and his/her line manager.
3. The role may require travel as agreed with the relevant partner(s).
Safeguarding for Children and Vulnerable Adults:
CAFOD recognises the personal dignity and rights of children and vulnerable adults, towards whom it has a special responsibility and a duty of care and respect. CAFOD, and all its staff and volunteers, undertake to do all in our power to create a safe environment for children, young people and vulnerable adults and to prevent their physical, sexual or emotional abuse. CAFOD is committed to acting at all times in the best interests of children and vulnerable adults, seeing these interests as paramount. Any candidate offered a job with CAFOD will be expected to adhere to CAFOD’s Safeguarding policy and sign CAFOD’s Code of Behaviour as an appendix to their contract of employment and agree to conduct themselves in accordance with the provisions of these documents.
This post involves responsibility for people who will have contact with children, young people and vulnerable adults and applicants will be subject to specific checks related to safeguarding issues.