GBV Specialist vacancy in UNV LTD at Cameroon

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  • Cameroon
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Website UNV LTD

This Job listing For Year 2022 is about UNV LTD in Cameroon

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Context

Due to the security crisis, the Far North Region has experienced since 2014 an unprecedented movement of populations from areas of active crisis to pockets of “stability”, creating considerable pressure on resources and increasing the precariousness of host communities. Boko Haram attacks and the massive influx of Nigerian refugees into the border towns of the Far North region have contributed to the deterioration of the humanitarian situation in this region. Boko Haram’s abductions in the border areas are mostly of women and girls, creating enormous trauma in families and communities. In addition, repeated cycles of drought and flooding increase food insecurity, malnutrition and recurrent epidemics in parts of the country. It should be noted that in times of humanitarian crisis, women and girls are the most vulnerable; they suffer several kinds of violence and discrimination. Sexual violence is more recurrent and affects both the physical and moral integrity of the survivors. Various stakeholders (the government, technical and financial partners, the United Nations system, civil society, etc.) are involved in the management of affected populations (refugees, IDPs, host communities, stateless people), especially women and girls who are survivors of GBV, in the main regions concerned (East, Adamaoua, North, Far North), both inside and outside of the camps, including in social structures within communities.

Task Description

Under the overall supervision of the UNFPA Country Representative and Deputy Representative the direct supervision of the Humanitarian Coordinator, and with the guidance of the GBV/Gender Specialist, the UN Volunteer Gender-based Violence (GBV) specialist will work closely with the GBV team in the development of GBV programming and liaise with the sexual reproductive health (SRH) and mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) team on cross-cutting issues. The GBV specialist will contribute to the Country Programme as a whole, with a specific focus on humanitarian activities; and to effectively demonstrate UNFPA’s role in humanitarian response Expected outcomes a) Ensure quality and timely safe access to life-saving and integrated GBV services for GBV survivors in target crisis-affected areas of North West, South West and Far North regions. b) Strengthen capacity of service providers and communities for GBV/SRH prevention, risk mitigation, including Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) c) Strengthen GBV coordination through information sharing, capacity building, advocacy and synergy among the actors Key Responsibilities

  • Ensure that the minimum standards for Prevention and Response to Gender-based Violence are implemented in our direct programs, with our implementing and operational partners
  • Provide guidance and support to implementing and operational partners on Humanitarian Guiding Principles, GBV Case Management, PSEA, Safe Referral and other key responses to GBV in the humanitarian setting
  • Participate and represent UNFPA in humanitarian GBV related meeting and liaise with partner organizations as appropriate
  • Undertake analysis of trends, gaps and challenges in addressing major issues in GBV in emergency settings; provide regular feedback to the Humanitarian Team on changing humanitarian dynamics at the regional level
  • Monitor, evaluate and report overall achievements of technical indicators in the UNFPA GBV program, including data in both the development and humanitarian settings
  • Assist in advocacy by preparing relevant documentation, (i.e. project summaries, conference papers, donor profiles and participating in donor meetings and public information events) as assigned by the humanitarian coordinator
  • Report monthly on progress on all GBV programmes in the regions to the Humanitarian Coordinator, which include updates on the situation and emergency human security issues
  • Perform other relevant duties and assist with other GBV tasks as required from the country office, the regional office and other entities a) Planification and GBV programming in humanitarian contex
  • Support the GBV Coordination and actively participate in the GBV sub-group
  • Ensure that the minimum standards for Prevention and Response to Gender-based Violence are implemented in our direct programs, with our implementing and operational partners
  • Provide guidance and support to implementing and operational partners on Humanitarian Guiding Principles, GBV Case Management, PSEA, Safe Referral and other key responses to GBV in the humanitarian setting
  • Contribute to the planning process, the implementation and the monitoring of the humanitarian project in terms of GBV
  • Contribute to the ethical collection, analysis and reporting of GBV trends within the GBVIMS system
  • Undertake analysis of trends, gaps and challenges in addressing major issues in GBV in emergency settings; provide regular feedback to the Humanitarian Team on changing humanitarian dynamics at the regional level
  • Monitor, evaluate and report overall achievements of technical indicators in the UNFPA GBV program, including data in both the development and humanitarian settings
  • Assist in advocacy by preparing relevant documentation, (i.e. project summaries, conference papers, donor profiles and participating in donor meetings and public information events) as assigned by the humanitarian coordinator
  • Report monthly on progress on all GBV programmes in the regions to the Humanitarian Coordinator, which include updates on the situation and emergency human security issues
  • Support the implementation of the capacity building plan for the members of the regional sub-group and the GBV working departments;
  • Support the meetings of the regional and departmental GBV sub-groups;
  • Conduct quarterly reviews of coordination tools (Matrix 3/4W, Contact List, Meeting Plan, TORs, Action Plan Template, …) and share minutes and recommendations from case management meetings;
  • Provide technical support to the project’s implementing partners on humanitarian principles, GBV case management, the referral system and other key GBV actions in a humanitarian context b) GBV data coordination
  • Monitor, evaluate and report on overall results of KOICA program technical indicators, including development and humanitarian data.
  • Prepare draft documentation for relevant advocacy (project summaries, conference papers, donor profiles, and participation in donor meetings and information events) as directed by the Humanitarian Coordinator.
  • Provide periodic reports on the implementation of the KOICA program, documenting good practices and lessons learned in managing the GBV project
  • Assist in any other activity(ies) related to the collection and management of data and information
  • Represent UNFPA in the GBV sub-working group
  • Carry out any other task necessary for the implementation of the project.
  • Capacity building :
  • Identify capacity building needs and share them with the Country Office team for follow-up and technical support,
  • Document concerns, suggestions and lessons learned from the system deployment process.
  • Carry out any other duties as may be required by Platform coordinator. S/he will work in close collaboration with the office’s humanitarian team. He/she will create synergies between the humanitarian, development and peace nexus. He/she will maintain a strong working relationship with the GBV sub-cluster and GBV sector coordinators, provide regular updates of GBVIMS data for the different advocacy reports.

Company: UNV LTD

Vacancy Type: Full-time · Associate

Job Location: Cameroon

Application Deadline: N/A

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