NAP Ghana Recruiting (3 Positions)

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5 Jul, 2016

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United Nations Jobs in Ghana

Ghana’s NAP was developed in 2010, but launched in 2012 for the period 2012-2014.  It was led by the Ministry of Women and Children’s Affairs with broad-based participation from civil society.
Although Ghana has not experienced armed conflicts of grave humanitarian consequences, there have been a number of violent ethnic conflicts with adverse impacts on especially women and girls which make it absolutely appropriate for the implementation of UNSCR 1325 in Ghana. This is coupled with the fact that Ghana is involved in the maintenance of international Peace and Security by contributing troops to different peace support and peacekeeping operations. The relevance of a Ghana National Action Plan is ultimately for the maintenance of both National and International Peace and Security in general, and is therefore guided by the experience of localised pockets of intra-state conflicts which are mainly characterized by chieftains and land disputes as well as its multilateral co-operation and active participation in several international peace keeping operations within the United Nations (UN), the African Union (AU) as well as the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).

Job Description

Job Title: M&E Officer

To carry out activities related to tracking of the performance of the project at all levels and reporting on programme interventions.

Duties and Responsibilities:

•   Provide daily technical support to data officer and project officers
•   Follow-up provincial issues identified in meetings with local authorities and other external stakeholders
•   Collect issues and problems raised by Project officer and peer educators to be included in monthly report and for advocacy purpose
•   Conduct rigorous supervision of all M&E activities to ensure that all data collected is verifiable and accurate
•   Organise bi-weekly, monthly and quarterly regional review meetings with staff and volunteers and where necessary, all stakeholders
•   Organise field visit to provide technical support to project officers and peer educators in organising sub-national HIV/AIDS awareness campaigns, meetings, workshops, exchange visits and other
•   Prepare annual progress report and quarterly progress report
•   Conduct monitoring visit to projects sites to provide technical back stopping at the community level
•   Ensure timely implementation, review and monitoring of strategies.

Qualification Required & Experience

•   A first degree in the Social Sciences, Statistics, Development Studies, Public Health or any of the Health Sciences.
•   A minimum of 3 years of relevant post qualification working experience in the public or NGO sector.
•   Must have strong analytical skills.
•   Technical knowledge of HIV and AIDS issues.
•   Must have skills in programme monitoring and evaluation.
•   High level computer proficiency and internet skills.


Location: Western Region

How To Apply For The Job

Applications together with detailed CVs and copies of certificates are to be submitted to the addresses below within fourteen days from the date of first publication.

West Africa AIDS Foundation (WAAF)
Plot 650
Ecomog Road, Haatso, Accra

Email: [email protected]

NAP+ Ghana Secretariat
PMB MD 145
Madina, Accra

Email: [email protected]

Closing Date: 06 July, 2016

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