Project Manager (Bahia Project) NGO Jobs - Humanity & Inclusion (Handicap International Federation)

  Job Title:      Project Manager Organisation:  Humanity & Inclusion (Handicap International Federation) Project Name: Bahia Projec...

UN Jobs - National Project Officer (Education) - United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)

 Job Title:    National Project Officer (Education)

Organisation: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)

Duty Station:  Kampala, Uganda

Reports to: Assistant Director-General for Education 

Post Number: 6KEED0002PA


About US:

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is a specialised agency of the United Nations aimed at promoting world peace and security through international cooperation in education, the sciences, and culture.


Job Summary: Under the overall authority of the Assistant Director-General for Education, overall guidance from the Regional Director for UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa, and the direct supervision of the Senior Project Officer (HIV and Health Education, the incumbent will be responsible for the effective planning, implementation and monitoring of UNESCO’s work on HIV and Health Education. S/he will be responsible for overseeing UNESCO’s HIV and Health Education Portfolio specifically, the “Our Rights, Our Lives, Our Future” (O3) Programme.


Key Duties and Responsibilities:  

·        Coordinate the Program Our Rights, Our Lives, Our Future (03) where Uganda is a Program Acceleration country;

·        Coordinate the UNAIDS funded UBRAF portfolio for UNESCO Uganda;

·        Supervise three UNESCO staff members and negotiation of hosting arrangements with host UN agency;

·        Support the region’s efforts to popularize the new International Technical Guidance on Sexuality Education at country level;

·        Engage in joint programming and budgeting exercises with a wide range of partners in support of UNESCO’s program especially the work in the areas of comprehensive sexuality education, gender and school-related gender-based violence, supporting SRH responses in higher and tertiary institutions, young key affected populations young people with disability;

·        Provide technical support to the Ministry of Education and national partners on HIV and Health Education, including strategic advice of UNESCO’s programme contribution to the HIV and Health Education results of the national development plans and strategies;

·        Identify funding opportunities and support the development of project/grant proposals including the development of results assessment frameworks (log frames) and budgets;

·        Represent UNESCO in appropriate coordination forums, such as the UN Joint Teams on HIV and AIDS, inter-agency meetings and thematic meetings;

·        Liaise with UNESCO structures, including the Section on Health and Education at UNESCO Headquarters and colleagues in the Regional Office for Southern Africa, and sub-region working on HIV and AIDS, in particular the Regional HIV and AIDS team for East Africa;

·        Monitoring, evaluation and reporting on UNESCO’s work on HIV and Health


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

·        The ideal candidate for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) National Project Officer (Education) job placement must hold an advanced university degree (Masters or equivalent) in education, public health, social sciences or related fields.

·        At least four years of relevant work experience, in areas related to sexual and reproductive health and education;

·        Experience in HIV, sexuality education, gender and gender-based violence;

·        Experience in programme development and management, technical support, resource mobilization and programme and evaluation monitoring.

·        Knowledge of curriculum development or teacher training in the field of comprehensive sexuality education or health education

·        Familiarity with UNAIDS and inter-agency structures at country level, such as Joint UN Teams on AIDS;

·        Ability to manage, supervise, and to maintain effective working relationships in a multicultural environment.

·        Languages: Excellent knowledge of English (oral and written) and very good knowledge of Buganda.


Competencies (Core / Managerial)

·        Communication (C)

·        Accountability (C)

·        Innovation (C)

·        Knowledge sharing and continuous improvement (C)

·        Planning and organizing (C)

·        Results focus (C)

·        Teamwork (C)


Desirable Qualifications

·        A PhD in education or other related social sciences fields.

·        Other degrees or short to medium-term training in disciplines relevant to the post.

·        Experience in the field of international relations and diplomacy, multilateral cooperation and development.

·        Experience working in an agile environment.

·        Strong global professional network.

·        Knowledge of digital learning platforms and proven digital communication skills.

·        Languages: Knowledge of other official UNESCO languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian or Spanish).


How to Apply:

All candidates should apply online through the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) web portal at the link below.


Click Here


Deadline: 10th March 2021


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Fresher Transport Assistant NGO Jobs - Infectious Diseases Institute (IDI)


Job Title:    Locum Transport Assistant

Organization: Infectious Diseases Institute (IDI)

Duty Station: Uganda

Reports to: Finance and Administrative Assistant

Vacancy Code: TAPACT011


About US:

The mission of the Infectious Diseases Institute (IDI) is to “Strengthen Health Systems in Africa with strong emphasis on Infectious Diseases through Research and Capacity Development”. IDI has six operational areas through which it works to achieve its mission: Prevention, Care and Treatment, Training, Research, Laboratory services (including the CAP-certified IDI Core Lab & Translational Lab), Global Health Security and Health System Strengthening Programmes.


Job Summary: The transport assistant provides safe and reliable transportation of project staff, visitors and materials, keeps the project vehicle /sin good mechanical and functional condition and ensures compliance with all vehicle related legal and institutional/management requirements.


Key Duties and Responsibilities:  

·        To provide safe, comfortable and reliable transportation for Institute staff and partners/ visitors including but not confined to, travel within and outside Kampala, and all other locations as maybe required by authorized staff on Institute business.

·        This includes ensuring that safety belts are worn at all times, there is no smoking in the vehicle and that no alcohol is consumed before driving etc…

·        To transport the Institutes materials and supplies to various destinations as required by authorized staff on Institute business.

·        To deliver mail and materials as well as any other written or verbal communication to and from locations designated by authorized staff.

·        To keep the Institute vehicle in good mechanical and functional condition includingbut not confined to regular fueling, servicing and cleaning of the interior and exterior.

·        To perform regular preventive maintenance and minor repairs where possible.

·        To notify the Finance and Administration Assistant of any major car repairs necessary and to assist in arranging and overseeing/ supervising such repairs.

·        To ensure that all required documentation for administrative use such as mileage,fuel usage and trip authorization tracking information is kept up to date at all timesin the prescribed manner.

·        To ensure that all legal, institutional and local government requirements and dues are met in good time and / or regularly renewed e.g. Third party and Comprehensive Insurance, Parking Fees, Registration and License set c…

·        To ensure that all reasonable measures are taken to protect the Institute vehicle from theft or damage e.g  by ensuring that it has adequate security and accident features such as alarms and “bullhorns”

·        To run general Institute errands and assume other duties as assigned by the Finance and Administration Assistant to ensure the sound functioning of the office and achievement of project goals.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

·        The applicant for the Infectious Diseases Institute (IDI) Locum Transport Assistant job must hold UACE and UCE certificates

·        Level of Permit-class DM & DL

·        At least two years of experience working in a public, private sector or international NGO environment

·        Good communication skills

·        Ability to work with in a team environment

·        Excellent skills in flexibility and reliability


How to Apply:

All suitably qualified and interested candidates should send their CVs, including details of email address, present position, current remuneration, Certificate/testimonials and address of three (3) Referees plus telephone contact to the stipulated email address. Email your application and CV to


Key Notes:

·        IDI is an equal opportunity employer and does not charge a recruitment fee or any other fees at any stage of the recruitment process.

·        Internal candidates who meet the required specifications and have worked with IDI for a period of at least one year will be given priority.

·        Make sure that your application letter, CV (Not more than 4pages) and certificates are attached as one PDF document.

·        Indicate the Vacancy Code as the subject line of your email.

·        Please note that if you DO NOT indicate the vacancy code as instructed above, your application will not be considered.

·        Any form of canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

·        Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


The Senior Human Resource Manager

Infectious Diseases Institute — IDI Knowledge Centre, Makerere University Main Campus College of Health Sciences, Makerere University

P.O. Box 22418, Kampala, Uganda


Deadline:  5th March 2021


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2 Monitoring Evaluation Accountability and Learning Officer NGO Job Vacancies - Humanity & Inclusion (Handicap International Federation)



Job Title:    Monitoring Evaluation Accountability and Learning Officer (2 Job Vacancies)

Organisation: Humanity & Inclusion (Handicap International Federation)

Project Name: Bahia Project

Duty Station:  Arua, Uganda

Basic Salary: UGX 2,208,949 /=

Reports to: MEAL Manager


About US:

Handicap International Federation (operating under the name Humanity & Inclusion) is an independent and impartial aid and development organisation working in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster. We work alongside disabled and vulnerable people to help meet their essential needs, improve their living conditions and promote respect for their dignity and fundamental rights.


About Bahia Project:

Bahia Project is an 11 months project implemented by HI in coordination with Plan International in Madi Okollo District (Imvepi and Rhino settlements). Its objective is to Promote public health and support the protection of vulnerable populations from contamination to Covid-19 as well as increased protection risks while restoring their dignity and capacity to meet their basic needs through:

  • Containing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic through strengthened prevention and response capacities of communities, local and international actors.
  • Preserving the ability of the most vulnerable and affected people to meet the additional food consumption and other basic needs caused by the pandemic, through their productive activities and access to social safety nets and humanitarian assistance.
  • Vulnerable affected communities having equal access to essential services and the most vulnerable people putting in place mechanisms for protection and resilience in the face of distress and/or risk of violence and abuse.


Technical sectors of intervention cover: Public Health, MHPSS, WASH, Cash-based intervention and Community-based response.


Key Duties and Responsibilities: Under the responsibility of the Country MEAL Manager and direct coordination with the Project Manager and Technical Unit ,the MEAL Officers will;

Spearhead the development and implementation of the project's MEAL Framework

·       Contribute to the development of MEAL systems and processes, by implementing the MEAL framework and procedures working closely with the BAHIA Project Manager.

·       Support project team develop project management tools (PM Box, mapping of actors and required databases) in close collaboration with the Project Manager.

·       Actively contribute to the design and execution of situational analyses, baseline surveys, follow up assessments and special research related to the project.

·       Ensure M&E tools, especially data collection tools, and processes are understood and used accordingly by project staff.

·       Ensure team adherence to the project specified monitoring and reporting requirements.

·       Analyse data for accuracy; flag validation and quality issues, and contribute to system fix

·       Participate in the development and implementation of HI's accountability processes

·       Contribute to planning and execution of knowledge management processes as required.

Support the development and implementation of the project's CVA activities related MEAL Framework

·       Monitor whether cash or vouchers are received by the right person, safely, on time and in the right amount

·       Monitor beneficiary's satisfaction regarding the payment agent, distribution process and their safety throughout the process

·       Monitor spending pattern within beneficiary households, through analysis of expenditure prioritization

·       Monitor Community satisfaction regarding targeting systems

·       Establish dashboards and guidelines aligned to SMART indicators to assess performance and inform programmatic decisions;

·       Conduct Post-Distribution Monitoring.

Ensure strict project monitoring in relation to expected targets and objectives

·       Contribute to monitoring the relevancy of the interventions in relation to HI's mandate in the BAHIA consortium, and approaches used and the context of intervention.

·       Keep track of the project monitoring and evaluation schedules and strict adherence to specified procedures.

·       Maintain use of existing indicator tracking tools: develop databases and tracking templates as needed to demonstrate the effectiveness of project interventions.

·       Undertake regular visits to field locations together with Inclusion Officers to support execution of required monitoring and evaluation processes.

·       Establish a good communication and collaboration with project staff towards a sound project monitoring of intervention outputs.

Actively contribute to MEAL Data Management

·       Collect good quality monitoring data in a timely manner and organize data collected for reporting to Project Manager.

·       Compile and provide analytical outputs to compile program technical reports. Create and integrate graphics in reports and information products to help visualize data in a meaningful way.

·       Participate actively in the improvement of the Information Management System according to project and management needs.

·       Support integration of Washington group questions into partners' information management tools.

·       Conduct regular field process monitoring, quality assessments and data validation. Provide feedbacks and recommendations for timely improvements.

·       Ensure confidentiality and security of data management according to HI standards.

·       Actively participate in planning and facilitating knowledge sharing and learning activities including project reviews and learning events.

Respect of HI identity, rules and policies In coordination with the Human resources manager and the Operations Manager

·       Know, understand, apply and respect HI code of conduct and ethics, HI mandate and values, HI rules and operating procedure, HI policies (child protection policy, policy and mechanism for the prevention of and fight against bribery, the protection of beneficiaries from sexual exploitation and abuse policy) and make sure they are known, understood, applied and respected by its team

·       Know, understand, apply and respect HI security rules and make sure they are known, understood and applied by her/his team

·       Regular refresher trainings are organized


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

·       The ideal candidate for the Humanity & Inclusion Monitoring Evaluation Accountability and Learning Officer job placement must hold a Post Graduate qualification in Monitoring and Evaluation;

·       Bachelor's Degree in statistics, Information Management, Social Sciences, Demography, Population Studies, Development Studies and other related fields.

·       At least three years of professional experience in an NGO

·       At least two years of professional experience in MEAL

·       At least two years of professional experience in Humanitarian Response related fields

·       At least two years of experience in the field of livelihood/cash-based intervention

·       Experience in managing Information systems and Databases



·       Planning, monitoring and evaluation tools and systems;

·       Mobile Data Systems management

·       Capacity building, training and coaching skills

·       Perfect fluency in English: written and spoken and strong writing skills;

·       Advanced user of MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and internet

·       Familiarity identifying and compiling project's learnings: lessons learned success stories and case studies

·       MEAL Tools development

·       Develop Mobile based information systems

·       Survey CTO / Kobo

·       Data Protection


Personal qualities

·       Result and solution oriented

·       Ability to work under high pressure;

·       Strong interpersonal and intercultural skills

·       Good communication and networking skills

·       Strong interest in the fields related to HI mandate



Starting Date: As soon as possible

Length of contract: 11 months

Basic Salary: UGX 2,208,949 /=



·       Humanity and Inclusion is an Equal Opportunity Employer, we encourage females and persons with disabilities to apply to become a part of our organization.

·       HI staff must adhere to the values and principles outlined in the Code of Conduct.

·       HI operates and enforces policies on beneficiary protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse, Child Safeguarding, Anti-fraud, bribery, and corruption.

·       HI does not solicit funds in exchange for employment opportunities.


How to Apply:

If you feel you meet the requirements, please send an updated CV (3 pages max, including three professional referees current and/or past line managers) with a cover letter as One Document (DO NOT ATTACH CERTIFICATES) to HR department at indicating the position


Deadline: Friday 13th March 2021 by 5:00pm


NB: Any efforts to influence the recruitment process will lead to automatic disqualification. Due to the urgency of this recruitment, HI reserves the right to fill the position before the closing date


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Project Coordinator NGO Jobs - Partners for Community Health and Development Organisation (PACHEDO)

 Job Title:    Project Coordinator

Organisation: Partners for Community Health and Development Organisation (PACHEDO)

Duty Station:  Lamwo, Uganda

Reports to: Programme Director


About US:

Partners for Community Health and Development Organisation (PACHEDO) founded in 2007 is a registered NGO in Uganda and currently operational and implements projects in 5 main sectors (Agriculture and Livelihood, Health and Nutrition, WASH and Gender Based Violence and Emergency interventions) in Northern Uganda- Acholi sub-region (Amuru, Gulu and Lamwo districts), with the Head office located in Pece Laaro Division Gulu City. Through one of her donor BMZ- Johanniter International Assistance PACHEDO, has received funding for a 36 months' Nutrition and WASH project to be implemented in Palabek refugee settlement and surrounding sub-counties in Lamwo district Acholi sub-region.


Job Summary:  The Project Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the financial, administrative functions and coordinating implementation of project activities. By working closely with the Health and Nutrition programme officer to ensure technical standards, guide in periodic planning, budgeting, systematic implementation, monitoring and reporting according to organizational and donor requirements.


Key Duties and Responsibilities: 

·       Technically lead in the project implementation of the BMZ /Johanniter International Assistance Nutrition and WASH project in Lamwo Palabek refugee settlement and surrounding sub-counties /host communities.

·       Ensuring timely implementation of the proposed donor activities through Nutrition and WASH project Officers and support from the stakeholders.

·       Ensuring project/programme activities are implemented according to recognized international standards with appropriate monitoring and Evaluation plan.

·       Ensuring appropriate Nutrition and WASH protocols and data collection tools are available for use by the project team.

·       Ensuring availability and compliance with the Nutrition and health Cluster, Ministry of Health and international technical guidelines and protocols.

·       Monitoring the Health Nutrition and food security situation on the ground and advice the Senior Management Team.

·       Conceptualize and ensure that all project staff are fully knowledgeable with the project design, objectives and deliverables to effectively implement the set project activities and achieve the desired goal.

·       Take a lead in program planning and provision of strategic direction in the organization.

·       Participate in activities with relevant government offices, UN Agencies and other partners in Refugee settlements sub-county and the district leadership.

·       Ensure internal and external reporting and documentation requirements are on time and accurate by maintaining comprehensive project documentation, plans and activity reports.

·       Provide periodic plans and reports to the Program Manager/Director.

·       Ensure proper documentation of plans, reports and other important documents for future use and reference.

·       Identifying funding opportunities and actively participate in fund raising arrangements with the relevant stakeholders.

·       Responsible for the effective and efficient management of all assets of the organization entrusted strictly for only official work purposes in the project site.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

·       The applicant should hold a Nutrition or Food Science Technology Degree preferably at Master's in Human Nutrition or Public Health.

·       Postgraduate diploma in Human resource management and Monitoring and Evaluation will be an added advantage.

·       Must have knowledge, experience in Nutrition and WASH, experience in Humanitarian context, Coordination with an NGO and Nutritional Assessment is desirable.

·       Knowledge in Positive Deviance/Hearth and Care Group Model approaches are desirable.

·       Experience in teaching /training adult learners. Training in basic household nutrition practices will be added advantage.

·       Experience in the IYCF practices, principles and operations associated with WASH, Nutrition i.e. nutrition specific or sensitive.

·       Willing to work and stay in Lamwo District

·       A minimum of three (3) years' practical field experience is desired with an NGO or INGO.

·       Ability to manage a team exercise sound judgment and make decisions independently.

·       Excellent communications skills both oral and written are desired.

·       Working knowledge of implementing multi-sectoral developmental projects

·       Demonstrated interpersonal and mobilization skills and proactive problem solving skills

·       Ability to instruct and work with children, families, volunteers and community leaders

·       Knowledge and sensitivity to gender equality, ethnic minority issues in confidential situations

·       Good computer skills with MS office and proven documentation and Excellent report writing skills

·       Ability to learn new concepts/ideas and willingness to work and live in a rural community environment

·       A valid motor vehicle driving license/permit, including the ability to ride/drive and to access target communities and care for a motorcycle/vehicle assigned.


How to Apply:

All suitably qualified candidates are encouraged to apply by submitting only electronic copies of not more than 2MB of an application letter, a detailed CV (max 3 pages)containing contact details including active telephone numbers of three reference persons of which two must be professional referees, that includes your supervisor of the most recent/previous employer, and a one-page motivation letter, copies of relevant testimonials/certificates, to the following by e-mail and hrjohanniter@gmail.complease Indicate clearly on the application subject line the position applied for. Applications must be addressed to;


The Human Resources Director,

PACHEDO P.O Box 692 Gulu


NB: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Consider your application unsuccessful in case you do not hear from PACHEDO in one-month time after the deadline. 


Deadline: Wednesday 3rd March 2021 by 5:00pm .


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