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4 Fresh Graduate Trainee Non-profit Job Vacancies - Aidenvironment

Organization: Aidenvironment
Duty Station:  Uganda

About US:
Aidenvironment is a not for profit values driven consultancy providing services and research in sustainable production and trade. We create social, environmental and economic value seeking a fair distribution across stakeholders. Our combination of strategic capacity, extensive on the ground experience and transparent methods makes us a leader in the field.

Trading as either “Aidenvironment” or “RAIN”, Stichting Aidenvironment is a social enterprise (or as we often describe ourselves: “a not-for-profit consultancy”) implementing projects/programs and providing research and advice on sustainable land and water management, production and trade. We are a dedicated and independent partner of public, private and civil society actors. Focusing on the linkages between natural resources and value chains, our specific expertise lies within the areas of 1) integrated land and water management and 2) making sectors and value chains more sustainable. Within those areas, we provide advice, set up and manage programs and projects, and conduct evaluations and assessments. In Uganda, we are registered as a Foreign Company and have our office at Plot 99 Luthuli Avenue Bugolobi, Kampala.

Job Summary:  The Trainee will be attached to a project either in Northern or Eastern Uganda. The Ugandan Trainees will be paired with our Dutch Trainees from Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
·       Research on water and related natural resources management in a refugee context, West Nile
·       Environmental degradation is a common occurrence across Uganda, and among hosts and refugees’ settlements. This comes along with challenges related to water access and natural resources management. Refugees and hosting communities depend on the environment to meet their needs for shelter, cooking, agricultural production, and income generation. A research study will be undertaken in refugee settlements in West Nile to examine issues related to management of natural resources, socioeconomic aspects and NGO-refugee relationships.
·       Through stakeholder interviews, in-field observations, and other means, the Trainees (1 Ugandan + 1 Dutch) will;
·       Determine current practices, challenges and possible solutions related to the management of water and related resources in the refugee settlement and host communities
·       Obtain insights on the general social and economic aspects in the settlements and host communities
·       Identify best practices for sustainable management of water and related natural resources in the area
Project in Agago District in Northern Uganda
·       The project in Agago district includes determining priority investment options for Agago sub catchment, in the context of Catchment-based Integrated Water Resources Management. This will include, among other aspects, opportunities for improving: access to water for different purposes, sanitation and hygiene behaviours, natural resources governance, and generally, rural livelihoods.
The Trainees (2 Ugandan + 2 Dutch) will;
·       Participate in conducting stakeholder consultations within hotspot areas
·       Participate in fields assessments to identify issues (both social and biophysical) related to catchment management, for examples in the areas of WASH, natural resources management, agriculture and livelihoods development.
·        Assist in planning and organising dialogue meetings with key stakeholders.
·       Project in Kapachorwa, Bukwo and Kween in Eastern Uganda
·       The Eastern region particularly the slopes of Mountain Elgon is home to some of the best arabica coffee produced in Ugandan. Unfortunately, the production of this coffee faces challenges including environmental hazards and limited opportunities to build strong livelihoods for the young population; this often makes farming unattractive especially to the youth. The research will explore sustainable socioeconomic opportunities for farmers in the area covering socio-political dimensions (including the role of youth), ownership of land, gender aspects in the coffee and possibly other value chains.
·       Through stakeholder interviews, in-field observations, and other means, The Trainees (1 Ugandan + 2Dutch) will;
·       Explore opportunities for improving smallholder farming through soil and water conservation practices
·       Identify the current land tenure arrangements and their implication on agricultural production
·       Identify local water and land management practices for better crop production
·       Assist in planning and organising dialogue meetings with key stakeholders

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
·       The ideal applicant must hold a University degree (Bachelor level) in the fields of; environment, agriculture, social sciences, environmental/civil/water resources / agricultural engineering or a related field
·       Knowledge of Microsoft programmes (Word, excel, MS outlook) and use of internet.
·       Excellent written, oral communication and interpersonal skills.
·       Proficiency in English, and a local language relevant to the specific area of interest is a plus

What we offer
·       Interesting graduate training including opportunities for training and career growth
·       Modest monthly stipend

 How to Apply:
All interested and qualified candidates  Please send your CV, motivational letter and academic documents by email to;  (with copy to ) with the subject “Graduate Trainee’’ (indicating project of interest).

Deadline: 24th January 2020

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Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Officer UK NGO Jobs - Farm Africa

Organisation: Farm Africa
Duty Station: Moroto, Karamoja sub-region, (with regional and national travel), Uganda
Reports to: Project Coordinator.
Direct Reports: None
Duration & Hours: Fixed-term, full-time contract ending 31st March 2022.

About US: 
Farm Africa, founded in 1985, is an international non-governmental organization working in Uganda, Ethiopia, Kenya and Tanzania. We drive agricultural and environmental change to improve lives. Our strategy has three pillars: agricultural expertise, management and preservation of ecosystems, and the power of business to drive prosperity. We believe Africa has the power to feed itself and are helping make this happen by establishing and spreading the best farming and forestry techniques so that poor farmers and herders have more food to feed their families and to sell. We help smallholders manage their natural resources sustainably so that they can withstand climate change challenges and shocks and ensure their families have enough food in the future as well as now. Farm Africa works in partnership with communities, government, local and international organizations, and the private sector to innovate, learn and share best practices for maximum impact of our projects.

Farm Africa has the ambition to be the leading European NGO specialising in Agriculture,
Natural Resource Management and Market Engagement. Farm Africa is mid-way through delivering our £5m Livestock for Livelihoods (L4L) programme in Uganda’s Karamoja sub-region and Ethiopia’s South Omo zone funded by the UK government (UK Aid)
Under this programme Farm Africa is working with local civil society, SMEs, cooperatives and farmer organisations to develop market systems that support livestock services and enterprises for 21,000 women, contributing to women’s economic empowerment, reduced poverty and improved nutrition of women and children. The project is addressing market failures in animal health and breeding services to improve livestock productivity, building capacity and assets of herders, establishing trade and enterprise opportunities and improving household nutrition practices through behavioural change. It will also demonstrate how nutrition interventions can build on women’s economic empowerment to contribute to both increased income and improved household nutrition.

Job Summary: The Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning (MEL) Officer is responsible for ensuring the consistent and high quality collection, collation and analysis of output and outcome data from the L4L project. The post holder will develop and implement the agreed M&E plan that is based on robust logical frameworks that are suitably updated to reflect changing situations. The post holder will adapt Farm Africa’s appropriate tools and systems to support the project teamin collecting and analysing robust evidence of project results and enable use of its evidence as a vital input to management decision making.

The MEL will be part of the L4L project delivery team, and will have no line management responsibilities, although they will need to provide technical guidance and support to the wider team to ensure excellence in data collection by all team members.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
Plan and deliver project monitoring and evaluation activities for L4L Uganda
·       Working with the Project Coordinator (PC) and Chief of Party (CoP) execute the Monitoring & Learning Plan (MLP) for the L4L project in Uganda
·       Ensure that the project delivery team fully understand the MLP and the role that they will be playing in ensuring the outcomes of the project and delivered and the data required to demonstrate that
·       Develop (as appropriate), and disseminate data collection tools to project delivery staff and ensure that they are fully understood
·       Coordinate data collection by the project delivery team – and in particularsupport the delivery team to integrate regular data collection into their routine activities
·       Ensure that all monitoring data as outlined in the MLP and requested by the PC and CoPis accurately entered on to the project databases in a timely manner and is readily available to support quarterly donor reporting requirements
·       Organise and facilitate bi-annual community feedback sessions
·       Work with nutrition partner (AFRII) to support with developing data collection tools (as required), and ensure collection of dietary diversity monitoring information throughout the project lifetime
·       Work with PC, CoP and MEL Officer (Ethiopia) to plan and deliver annual data collection exercises and the final project evaluation.
·       Work with the PC and the Project Accountant and Administrator (PA&A) to ensure all activities are planned and conducted according to the organisation’s and the donor’s financial and procurement requirements and procedures
Work with the COP, MEL Officer (Ethiopia) and London team to ensure coherent delivery of monitoring, evaluation and learning activities across the entire programme.
·       Work with the MEL Officer in Ethiopia to ensure consistency of approach in indicator reporting across the two countries of implementation
·       Work with the MEL Officer in Ethiopia to develop and produce data collection tools for use by project staff and partners
·       Work closely with the MEL Officer in Ethiopia to ensure harmonization of all M&E tools and processes and coordinate with them on the learning components of the project
·       Work closely with the Quality and Impact team in London to ensure their input and review in planning, implementation and reporting of all the above activities
Supporting project planning and reporting
·       Lead regular reviews of the project’s log-frame and data collection plans, and ensure that the project is collecting the breadth of indicators required at a frequency and timing in line with reporting purposes
·        Lead on the preparation and reflection processes leading to the annual project performance review (PPR) and ensure integration of the PPR’s conclusion and action points into further project planning
·        Support the PC & COP to compile donor reports, and in particular ensure availability and timely cleaning and analysis of both outcome and output data
·        Participate in reviews of the project’s work plan and budget as part of the quarterly and annual planning processes
·        Work closely with the PC to collect and compile lessons learned, ensure dissemination and maintain dialogue on key project findings
Play a key role in delivering the wider objectives of both the L4L programme, and Farm Africa’s work in Uganda.
·       Participate in project team meetings as requested by the PC
·       Provide technical support to the project and country team and ensure high quality of all project M&E deliverables
·       Build capacity of local communities, partners and staff on data collection, management, analysis and results-based monitoring principles
·       Review and contribute to the development of various project or organisational presentations, reports, or other publications on M&E and knowledge management at Farm Africa.
·       Support the implementation of the project’s visibility strategy in line with donor guidelines.
·       Contribute to the relevant forum to share M&E and knowledge management experience of the project and contribute to the growth of Farm Africa’s expertise in these areas
·       Maintain regular and effective communications with the wider project team, Uganda Country Office and implementing partners.
·       In consultation with the PC, act as an ambassador, promoting the project and the work of Farm Africa, including hosting visitors, speaking at workshops, conferences and meeting donors and other officials as and when required.
·       Contribute to the development of relevant Farm Africa policies and strategies

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
·       Relevant academic qualification (Degree or equivalent) in numerate/ analytical subject (e.g. statistics, economics, econometrics, applied social science)             
·       Demonstrable understanding of monitoring and evaluation principles and practices, including the application of the log frame approach     
·       Knowledge of rural development issues in Uganda          
·       Understanding of market-based approaches to development and particularly approaches which encourage greater participation of women
·       Understanding of project learning processes and knowledge management within and across projects          
·       Advanced (Masters or equivalent) Academic qualification relevant to Farm Africa’s areas of operation and the role
·       Minimum of three years’ relevant work experience in the area of monitoring and evaluation (or similar)  
·       Experience of conducting quantitative and qualitative field research and analysis             
·       Experience in synthesising data and drafting clear written reports/ briefings            
·       Experience of producing and delivering monitoring and learning plans   
·       Experience of organising and overseeing the execution of ongoing internal data collection exercises             
·       Experience of designing data collection tools and disseminating them to colleagues in the project delivery team  
·       Experience of designing and/or maintaining databases of project information      
·       Experience of designing and deploying a wide range of beneficiary feedback mechanisms
·       Experience of working in an M&E or knowledge management role in an INGO
·       Experience conducting field research in pastoralist communities
·       Experience of commissioning and managing external consultant teams to deliver large-scale data collection exercises
·       Experience of working in Karamoja 
Skills & abilities
·       Ability to inspire and capacity build colleagues to collect high quality data during their daily project delivery duties.
·       Ability to draw key learnings from both qualitative and quantitative data and make project delivery recommendations based upon it
·       Strong communication skills (verbal & written)
·       Methodical, thorough approach with attention to detail
·       Expert in data management and manipulation, especially using Excel
·       Fluent written and spoken English
·       Fluency in Karamojong
·       Managing partner relationships
·       Excellent network and excellent relationship with government partners

Investing in smallholder farming is the number one way to combat poverty in rural Africa. Farm Africa is a leading NGO specialising in growing agriculture, protecting the environment and developing businesses in rural Africa.
EXPERT. Deep expertise and insightful evidence-based solutions are at the heart of everything Farm Africa does.

GROUNDED. Positive change starts with Africa’s people, so our experts work closely with local communities, engaging them in every level of decision-making.

IMPACTFUL. We take a long-term view so we can deliver lasting changes for farmers and their families.

BOLD. We model innovative new approaches and are not afraid to challenge strategies that are failing.

How to apply:
Please submit your CV, salary history and a one page supporting statement explaining how you meet the criteria laid out in the person specification to by Sunday 12th January 2020 6.00pm EAT
Please do not submit certificates etc. at this stage.
Interviews are expected to take place w/c 20th January 2020 at Farm Africa's office in Kampala or Moroto. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Should you have any enquiries, please email or call the Kampala Office on +256 394 823 131.

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Several No Experience Data Collection Jobs - Enumerators - International Potato Center (CIP)

Organization:  International Potato Center (CIP)
Duty Station:   Mpigi and Masaka, Uganda

About US:
The International Potato Center (CIP) was founded in 1971 as a research-for-development organization with a focus on potato, sweetpotato and andean roots and tubers. It delivers innovative science-based solutions to enhance access to affordable nutritious food, foster inclusive sustainable business and employment growth, and drive the climate resilience of root and tuber agri-food systems. Headquartered in Lima, Peru, CIP has a research presence in more than 20 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

CIP is a CGIAR research center, a global research partnership for a food-secure future. CGIAR science is dedicated to reducing poverty, enhancing food and nutrition security, and improving natural resources and ecosystem services. Its research is carried out by 15 CGIAR centers in close collaboration with hundreds of partners, including national and regional research institutes, civil society organizations, academia, development organizations and the private sector.

Job Summary:  The enumerators will assist in data collection during the survey of sweetpotato value chain actors in Mpigi and Masaka districts.  They will be responsible for collecting data in designated villages and markets through personal interviews of farmers, traders, processors and consumers.

 Key Duties and Responsibilities:  
·        Attend training in data collection;
·        Collect household, market, consumer data in Mpigi and Masaka districts;
·        Participate in regular team review meetings during data collection;
·        Submit specified number completed surveys approved by team Supervisor and/or survey Coordinator.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
·        The applicants must at least hold Bachelor’s degrees or equivalent in agriculture, agricultural economics, statistics, monitoring and evaluation, project management or other relevant social sciences;
·        Survey data collection with a national and/or international research organizations. Experience in market/consumer surveys is an added advantage;
·        Use of tablets and/or electronic devices for survey data collection;
·        Working in rural and challenging conditions;
·        Teamwork;
·        Fluency in English & Luganda

How to Apply:
All suitably qualified and interested candidates should apply online at the link below.

Click Here -> Select Enumerators and Survey Supervisors

Deadline: 10th January 2020

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Fresher Livelihood Officer NGO Job Opportunities - World Vision International

Job Title:   Livelihood Officer
Organisation: World Vision International
Reports to:  Food Assistance Manager
Duty Station:  Uganda

About US:
World Vision Uganda is a Christian Relief, Development and Advocacy Non-Government Organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. We currently work in over 41 districts in Uganda. World Vision is committed to the protection of children and we will not employ people whose background is not suitable for working with children. All employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of all applicable background checks, including criminal record checks where possible. “Our Vision for every child, Life in all its fullness.Our prayer for every Heart, the will to make it so.”

Job Summary: To implement field level Resilience and Livelihood programmatic activities in line with targets and partnership standards in a manner that contributes to sustained and improved child wellbeing for both Refugees and host communities within West Nile Region. The Jobholder will oversee Livelihood project implementation process to ensure timely, efficient and transparent delivery of programme activities.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
Project implementation and reporting
·       Provide expertise and technical assistance in agronomy and agribusiness, climate smart agriculture, marketing, IGA, DRR and environment management.
·       Take lead in Resilience and Livelihood planning, budgeting, implementation and monitoring of progress.
·       Mobilize and facilitate the engagements of stakeholders during planning and development meetings, workshops and other fora.
·       Identify local level partners and support/ facilitate the partners in the implementation of planned activities.
Community engagement and advocacy
·       Take overall lead in the coordination of field level activities
·       Ensure Small holder farmers groups are mobilized, organized and strengthened into strong business groups/cooperatives (rural producer cooperatives, marketing cooperatives, Savings groups/Savings and Credit Cooperatives) for bulk purchase of inputs, value addition, bulking and collective marketing of produce
·       Develop the farmer's capacity to improve production and productivity of selected enterprises of desired quality by the market through demonstrations to farmer's
·       Establish and follow up demonstrations to facilitate production and productivity among the farmers
·       Coordinate partners in implementation of agreed action plans.
·       Ensure Integration of Resilience and Livelihood activities with other ongoing programme initiatives including that of World Vision and governments.
·       Build the capacity of farmer’s business groups/cooperatives to collectively engage local leaders on identified issues.
Documentation, Reporting and knowledge management
·       Prepare high quality reports, both narrative and quantitative information and reporting on relevant indicators and outcomes. Ensure that all reports are delivered according to high quality standards and are always submitted on time as per WVU standards.
·       Ensure Care givers/Foster parents of unaccompanied Refugee children are members of farmer business groups/cooperatives and are accessing business developments services.
·       Participate in monthly / quarterly reflection meetings with Child Monitors and guardians/parents and child protection committees to address findings from monitoring.
·       Work with Area Response Coordinator to identify partners who will support the implementation of the Resilience and Livelihood Technical Programme within the Area Programme.
·       Take lead in documentation and sharing of Impact/success stories and best practices to promote learning.
·       Organize quarterly review meetings for partners and communities at the project sites to reflect on programmes/projects approaches, tools, impact of interventions, best practices, exit and sustainability strategies as well as create spaces and opportunities for action-learning and debate
Child Protection and Wellbeing
·       Monitor the wellbeing and child abuse cases and report any incidents in line with child protection policy and guidelines.
·       Work with local leaders to protect children from child violations and abuses
·       Sensitize children including most vulnerable, guardians/parents and other stakeholders about children’s rights and responsibilities.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
·       The ideal applicant must hold  a degree in agriculture or agribusiness or forestry or any other relevant discipline.
·       Minimum of 2 years’ experience in community work and engagement in Agricultural, Environment, Economic Development and Livelihood
·       Passion for children.
·       Track record demonstrating high integrity, reliability and dependable
·       Ability to work with minimal supervision
·       Minimum of 2 years’ experience in community work and engagement in Agricultural, Environment, Economic Development and Livelihood

How to apply:
All suitably qualified candidates are encouraged to submit your application and complete Curriculum Vitae. Apply online by visiting World Vision International’s e-recruitment jobs portal at the web link below.

Deadline: 15thJanuary 2020
Qualified natives of West Nile region are particularly encouraged to apply

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