Provide technical support and quality assurance to the collection, use, storage and sharing of information related to the sub-cluster CP activities, results and resources
Maintain monthly reporting on CP related activities from AoR participants, including through the 5Ws
Provide support for the collection, quality assurance and analysis of data for UN Agency CP program monitoring and reporting (humanitarian and development), with attention to data consistency, alignment of targets and indicators (across emergency and non-emergency) and with a focus on results for the child
Build the capacity of MoWCA/DSS and other relevant UN Agency partners in the use of CP monitoring and reporting tools (emergency and non-emergency) and related analysis
Monitor the coverage and complementarity of Child Protection activities (emergency and non-emergency) and identify any gaps and duplication, including through the regular updating of visual GIS maps.
Liaise with UNFPA’s GBV Information Management focal point to ensure coordination and consistency across the clusters.
Update and manage the resource documents on the CP page of the AoR website
Support the review, dissemination and training on CP assessment and monitoring tools, including the CP Rapid Assessment, and any joint or inter-sectoral monitoring/assessments.
Develop and strengthen the information management capacity of cluster members and UN Agency partners, with a specific focus on capturing results at the level of the child.
Contribute to and facilitate the mainstreaming of child protection in other clusters and sectors through information exchange and joint mapping, as required.
Support regular and effective communication and information exchange between MoWCA, DSS and district CP program sections.
Serve as a Child Protection Information management focal point to the Inter-Cluster Information Management Working Group.
Contribute towards inputs for infographics on Child Protection response for the cluster and for UN Agency (emergency and non-emergency).
Support the CP section in developing tracking mechanisms for periodic internal and external reports on Cluster and UN Agency response updates against targets and planned indicators.
Undertake other relevant tasks as directed by his/ her supervisor or Chief of Child Protection and assist with other duties in support of the UN Agency Child Protection programs.
Conduct analysis of protection quantitative data and findings of Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) data collection rounds and determine relevant information for inclusion in reports.
Contribute to the UN and other stakeholders technical working groups related to information management and statistical methodologies for data collection and representation.
Contribute towards design and management of databases and information systems (including geographical databases and geographical information system coding), dataset extraction for analysis, and data representation for relevant UN Agency partners.
Some PA roles and tasks as needed by CP section
University degree (BA) is essential, at an advanced level is preferable, or 1 year in relevant experience
Work experience relevant to CP in emergencies may be considered as a replacement for formal qualifications for an advanced level
Experience and/or training in cluster information management is desirable
Progressively responsible humanitarian work experience with UN and/or NGO, including information management in the first phase of a major emergency response relevant to the cluster
Experience working with excel and the collection of data for 5W analysis essential
Extensive work experience outside the humanitarian sector relevant to this post may be considered as a replacement for humanitarian experience.
Excellent writing skills in English
Send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Application Deadline : 20 Jun 2020