Source: War Child Canada
War Child Canada (WCC). Bukavu and Baraka, Democratic Republic of Congo.
Closing date: July 30, 2012.
War Child Canada (WCC), a registered Canadian charity based in Toronto, Canada that provides humanitarian assistance to children and families affected by war, is currently looking for a qualified individual to fill the position of Sexual and Gender Based Violence Specialist. Founded in 1999, War Child Canada works with war-affected communities to help children reclaim their childhood through access to education, opportunity and justice. War Child takes an active role in raising public awareness around the impact of war and the shared responsibility to act. WCC is operational in seven countries: Afghanistan, DRC, Ethiopia, Haiti, Sierra Leone, Sudan and Northern Uganda.
War Child Canada is currently in the Eastern region of the DRC in the Fizi District of South Kivu. WCC's programming in the DRC focuses on the rehabilitation of the education sector as well as a community-based SGBV awareness and prevention program.
The community-based SGBV awareness and prevention program focuses on raising awareness at the community level, on educating women and children about their rights and on training local facilitators in their communities about SGBV prevention and support. The program also focuses on building the capacity of WCC's local partners, as well as governments and actors within the legal and justice systems to protect the rights of women and children in the Fizi District of the DRC.
WCC is seeking technical expertise in sexual and gender-based violence to assist in the implementation of a project to design and test an SGBV prevention and response programming toolkit and best practice guidelines.
The SGBV Specialist will be primarily responsible for researching, writing and training local partners and staff on an SGBV programming toolkit and best practices guidelines.
The specialist will be responsible for working with local WCC staff to provide an SGBV programming needs assessment, develop an SGBV prevention and response programming toolkit and best practice guidelines, train WCC and local partner staff on the programming toolkit, provide organizational support, as well as assisting with the monitoring of the program.
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INTERESTED APPLICANTS ARE INVITED TO SEND A CURRICULUM VITAE AND AN ACCOMPANYING COVER LETTER ELECTRONICALLY TO: jobs(at)warchild.ca.
Please ensure your application email has the subject heading of 'SGBV Project Coordinator, DRC - [insert name]' Only those applicants selected for an interview will be notified. No phone calls please. For more information about War Child Canada, please visit www.warchild.ca. This is a re-posting, previous applicants need not re-apply.
Deadline July 30, 2012.
crossposted from AWID