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Reporting to: Area Project Coordinator/Livelihoods Program Officer
The Intern will support the Livelihood Project interventions to ensure strengthened and empowered communities in the areas where FEED works through coordinating and implementing Livelihood activities.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Prepare weekly/monthly workplans based on scheduled activities.
- Collection and documentation of all relevant data from the community as required.
- Carry out community mobilization and sensitization for village savings and loans groups
- Facilitate proper transition of VAS to PSP and further certification in implementation of VSLA methodology
- Ensure quality delivery of VSLA modules by PSPs and that ethics agreed upon are observed as stipulated in the methodology
- Mobilize communities for participation in community managed disaster risk reduction activities and follow up documentation of the same
- Facilitate training for identified ToTs’ for cascading the CMDRR methodology to the community, compilation of the report, community action plans, review and dissemination of the reports at the county level
- Support the formation of Disaster Risk Reduction Teams’ (DRR teams) to oversee the implementation of the action plans
- Coordinate training for DRR teams for better management of their resources and timely decision making on preparing communities to deal with hazards and shocks
- Monitor proper implementation and management of school livelihood activities and existing food security projects; agricultural gardens.
- Coordinate and Participate in project assessments and evaluations carried out in the program area as directed by the immediate supervisor.
- Undertake any other duties as assigned by the supervisor.
The Applicants should at the time of application meet the following requirements:
- Be enrolled in a final academic year Graduate program or equivalent or
- Graduated with a university degree in Community Development or any Social Science
- Person should be familiar with various research methodology and data analysis;
- Should have good interpersonal and team working skills
- Sensitive to cultural diversity
- Good Computer skills and Eagerness to learn
Method of Application
If you meet the requirements, please send in your application and detailed CV with contacts of 3 referees to: email@example.com closing date is 31st July 2019.
Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Feed the Children is an Equal Opportunity employer