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  • Posted: Dec 9, 2021
    Deadline: Not specified
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    Project Coordinator – I Like Local

    Salary: Kshs.168,818 per month

    Location: Nairobi, Kenya

    Main purpose

    The overall aim of the role is to create economic opportunities for youth and women through participation in the tourism platform economy. The development objective of the partnership is to contribute to improved economic opportunities for youth and women through participation in the platform economy in tourism via I Like Local/ www.i-likelocal.com (ILL). It tackles the problem of the unequal distribution and leakage of tourism income. The job holder’s role is to ensure successful onboarding of individuals and CBOs to the I Like Local platform in compliance with Danida guidelines, the MoU signed between AAIK, AADK and I Like Local, and in compliance with all AAIK policies.

    Minimum Requirements

    1. A Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Development Studies, Social Sciences, or its equivalent from a recognized University.
    2. Have a minimum of 3 years of experience working within the social entrepreneurship field;
    3. Have documented work with alternatives to economic empowerment for marginalised youth and women;
    4. Demonstratable experience with project coordination, implementation, documentation, and reporting;
    5. Great understanding of what constitutes alternative tourist activities for international I Like Local clients;
    6. Understanding of different donor requirements and management of donor relationships.

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    Programme Community Coordinator

    Contract: 3 Years

    Salary: Kshs 172,258 per month

    Location: Isiolo, Kenya

    Main purpose

    The holder of the position shall be responsible for coordination of AAIK’s mission delivery at the LRP level through partnerships and collaborations at county level with a bias to strengthened leadership responsibilities in advancing for greater accountability at LRP, strengthening social movements to lead in transformational agenda and enhancing AAIK influence capacity and visibility. In addition, the position leads in coordinating strengthening of capacities of partners for delivery of mission priorities.

    Minimum Requirements

    1. A bachelor’s degree in social sciences, policy development or its equivalent from a recognized University;
    2. Have five (5) years minimum working experience with at least 3 years’ experience in project management;
    3. Demonstratable experience in community mobilization and engagement with government at State and local levels;
    4. Experience in social mobilization and campaign is essential;
    5. Experience working with women groups and persons with disabilities is desirable;
    6. Understanding of different donor requirements and management of donor relationships.

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    Gender Lead

    Contract: 5 Years

    Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is a form of violence against girls and women, held in place by social norms. It is generally practised as a matter of social and traditional convention and is interlinked with social acceptance, peer pressure and fear of not having access to particular resources and opportunities. The UK Government has a vision of a world free from FGM practice by 2030, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals, and has established a programme to contribute to global efforts to achieve that vision. 

    The UK government programme is underpinned by four principles that will inform and guide all its activities: 

    1. Do no harm 
    2. Supporting, enabling, facilitating and strengthening efforts to end the practice that are led from within affected communities and countries 
    3. Taking a human right, gender equality and girls’ empowerment approach to ending FGM 
    4. Understanding FGM as a form of violence against women and girls, held in place by social norms.

    The programme is comprised of three components:  

    1. Support to the Africa-led movement (ALM) to end FGM at multiple levels and at scale (Lot 1 – delivered by an Options-led consortium);  
    1. Getting laws, policies and systems at multiple levels to work effectively to end FGM (delivered by UNFPA/UNICEF and WHO) 
    1. Generating the right data to guide interventions and measure change (Lot 2 – Data and Measurement (DM) delivered by the Population Council). 

    This programme will therefore address FGM through three complementary and mutually reinforcing approaches. The intended impact of this programme is a significant reduction of the practice of FGM in the focus country(ies) by 2025. The intended outcome of this programme is the acceleration of positive change in social attitudes towards ending FGM in countries/regions in which the programme is operational. 

    Main Duties

    1.  Leadership on Gender Rights, Girls Voice, Power (in)equalities and Social norms change
      1. Provide leadership and support the design, development and implementation of the FGM programme on gender rights, power (in)equalities, social norms change and VAWG (incl. FGM)
      2. Champion girls’ voices and rights, maintaining team focus on delivering programming that works with and for girls, delivering transformational impact in their lives
      3. Advise and support the programme on maintaining meaningful connection and collaboration with women’s rights and young feminist organisations, and girl-led groups.
      4. Advise and support the senior management team at policy level and other project staff members at operational level on how to integrate these themes into the day to day running of the FGM programme.
      5. Lead the development of and implement frameworks and guidance for gender mainstreaming in all aspects of the FGM programme; implementation, monitoring, evaluation and research.
      6. Provide strategic direction to all other aspects of the FGM programme; enabling team members to make fair and just decisions.
      7. Ensure all thematic areas of the FGM programme are integrated and delivered with a gender and rights lens.
      8.  Technical guidance and capacity development
      9. Provide technical guidance and produce best practice tools, training and guidance for programming across the consortium
      10. Oversight across programme of minimum standards on safe and effective FGM programming;
      11. Work with colleagues across the programme to identify internal capacity development needs and organise relevant trainings/materials to respond to these needs
      12. Collaborate with the safeguarding team, and provide support to colleagues across the programme, and particularly in national offices, to translate emotional well-being and do no harm principles into relevant programmatic guidance and practice
      13. Work with the wider STTA pool to identify technical guidance needs across the consortium and match with relevant technical specialists from the STTA pool
    2. Programme learning
      1. Work with MEL team and Head of Advocacy and Policy to ensure that programme learning is translated into strong policy analysis and documents to influence national and global policy development.
      2. Work with MEL team to support colleagues in national offices to integrate real time MEL findings into programming and support efforts on improving learning, monitoring and evaluation in specialist thematic areas.
      3. Work closely with MEL colleagues, academics, policy institutions and other key stakeholders to lead on impact and other evaluations that contribute to the evidence base for and uptake of research findings on FGM
      4. Work closely with colleagues on evaluation, or external research initiatives to identify consultants or academic partners, ensure appropriate methodology; and to promote sector adherence to ethical and safety standards in the research of women and girls rights.
    3. Reporting
      1. Input into the regular reports and deliverables to ensure they are written and presented with a gender rights, power (in)equalities and social norms change lens.
      2. Ensure the programme remains committed to ensuring equity for all stakeholders. 
    4. Integrated working on gender equality across the programme team
      1. Ensure coherence of gender equality approach across all functions and levels of the programme, including through the development and chairing of a Gender Co-ordination Group
      2. Coordinate the activities of the team’ across focal countries and with partners to ensure inclusivity and equity throughout.
      3. Mentor, coach, support, and matrix manage where appropriate, staff to ensure they are motivated and performing.
      4. Develop, maintain and disseminate a comprehensive knowledge base on the gender perspectives in work to promote the professional development of staff in this area and provide information as required for different purposes.
    5. Other
      1. Represent the programme externally, actively networking and building relationships with government, international bodies, private sectors, I/NGOs, grassroots networks, women’s and girls’ organisations, and others as required.
      2. Support the effective communication of the progamme’s approach to Gender Equality across the organisation, working with colleagues from different departments to engage their support and input.
      3. All other relevant tasks as required.

    Method of Application

    Please send your CV and cover letter to [email protected] by close of business on 21st December 2021.  You are requested to highlight in the cover letter how you specifically meet the criteria for this role. Please clearly indicate which position you are applying for.

    Due to high volumes of applications received, we can only correspond with short listed applicants. ActionAid International Kenya promotes diversity and welcomes applications from all section of the community.

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