Women for Afghan Women (WAW) Takhar, Takhar
Jul 26, 2017Full time
Job Description: Job Overview WAW is recruiting a motivated and qualified Reporting Assistant for the 12 month UNHCR funded project “Strengthen the protection environment for internally displaced persons and refugee returnees in North East Afghanistan” The Reporting Assistant is a full-time employee who will report the systematic monitoring of the protection concerns of conflict induced internally displaced persons (IDPs) and refugee returnees for the Reporting Officer. Protection concerns (i.e., rights violations, discrimination, and exclusion) will be monitored and documented under the project. These activities will lead to 1) An increased understanding of the protective environment, including essential demographic data, vulnerability mapping, available services, and existing gaps impacting the displaced and returnee communities, and 2) Sharable reports detailing needed actions by all actors (humanitarian community and government) to address protection concerns/gaps 3) Identification, in close consultation with communities, of measures and community support projects aimed at mitigating protection risks and support the (re)integration of displaced and returnee communities. The Reporting Assistants in the North East Region will be responsible in collecting data, protection monitoring reports and proposals for community support projects from 4 provinces in the North East regions in close coordination with Protection Monitors. In addition to report writing, she/he will deal with statistical data related to beneficiary groups, data analysis, and produces charts/graphs in consultation with UNHCR Information Management Focal Point. Duties and Responsibilities: • Collect protection monitoring forms and compile analytical protection monitoring visit reports to be shared with UNHCR on regular basis; • Maintain weekly statistical reports on number of persons with specific needs identified and referred, number of beneficiaries receiving information dissemination sessions/GBV sessions, main protection findings identified in each location; number of referrals to specialized agencies for each monitored location; • In coordination with UNHCR, ensure that identified needs and protection concerns are duly referred to specialized agencies and actors; • Jointly with protection monitors and UNHCR Provincial Focal Points, draft concise community support project proposals based on the results of the protection findings and consultation with communities; • Assist the Reporting Officer and Protection Project Manager in monitoring the progress in project implementation for the respective area of coverage; • In coordination with UNHCR, represent the project with local authorities and other stakeholders; • Ensure protection monitoring visits and other activities foreseen in the project are conducted in adherence to humanitarian principles and confidentiality; • Establish and maintain congenial relationship with relevant governmental and non-governmental actors. • In coordination with UNHCR, represent WAW and the project in local coordination fora; • Perform other tasks as needed and as directed by Reporting Officer and Protection Project Manager.