Activation Date: 05 Apr, 2021 Announced Date: 01 Apr, 2021 Expire Date: 10 Apr, 2021
Established in August 2002, WADAN is an indigenous, government registered NGO. We undertake community and institutional development, civic education, education, drug control, human rights, anti-corruption and child protection initiatives. WADAN is headquartered in the capital, Kabul, has offices in the provinces that provide national coverage. We have worked in all 34 provinces.
For details please visit our website at www.wadan.org.
- Develop, revise, and disseminate tools, guidance and training materials related to PSEAH, such as guidance on the protection of whistleblowers, in cooperation with relevant secretariat staff and in consultation with members.
- Train all staff, beneficiaries, and partner on PSEAH guidelines and reporting mechanism.
- Support our members and the wider community to achieve better practice on PSEAH.
- Coordinate with members, the development of strategies, systems and procedures to respond to SEA, including integrating already existing complaint mechanisms and identifying additional complaint channels
- Support members and Project Offices with guidance on best practice community-based complaints mechanisms, and contribute to the development of investigative capacity and standards in victim/survivor assistance
- Support members to have in place effective and consistent monitoring and evaluation mechanisms for PSEA
- Develop joint awareness raising and sensitization campaigns in local languages, using various channels and formats and reaching all affected communities;
- Close coordination with PSEA Taskforce members and other stakeholders – and refer complex cases to them for further investigations
- Follow the WADAN Code of Conduct and policies, particularly related to Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse and Child Safeguarding
- Ensure that the principles of PSEAH are adhered to while investigating
- Map existing complaint and feedback mechanisms (CFMs) to identify where there are gaps in community access for reporting sensitive complaints
- Bachelor’s degree in social sciences, law, human rights/humanitarian law, humanitarian action, development, public administration, gender, international relations, or related fields.
- 3 years of experience developing and training on guidance, standards, and materials relating to PSEA/safeguarding.
- The ability to communicate challenging topics in a clear, focused, and respectful manner.
- Excellent written, drafting and interpersonal communication skills, with an ability to communicate complex concepts and procedures in plain language and messages
- Excellent facilitation, training, networking and advocacy skills.
- Fluency in English and knowledge of MS office applications.
Please mention the vacancy number, position and province in the subject line of the email.
Applicants can apply through email only.