25 Jan 2024

Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist at WiLDAF

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Job Summary

About WiLDAF:
Women in Law and Development in Africa Women in Law and Development in Africa (WiLDAF), is a pan African women’s rights network which is dedicated to promoting and strengthening strategies that link law and development to increase women’s participation and influence at community, national, region and international levels.It was founded in February, 1990 in Harare Zimbabwe – following the NGO forum held within the context of the UN Decade for women- and, whose theme was “Women rights and Development: Network for Empowerment in Africa”. Since then, the organization has established chapters in 26 African countries, including Tanzania, constituting over 350 organizations and 3,000 individuals who share these objectives. WiLDAF has 20 years of experience and an excellent track record to advance women’s rights and their status in Tanzania. This is because gender equality is not only a fundamental right, but also a necessary foundation for a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable world.

Our Focus Areas Of Intervention And Priority Programs:

  1. Increased access to Justice for Women, Girls, And Other Marginalized Citizens
  2. Reduced Gender Based Violence to and Violence Against Women And Children
  3. Strengthened Women’s and Young Women’s Participation In Leadership And Feminist Movements.
  4. Increased Access to Sexual And Reproductive Health And Rights (SRHR) And Bodily Autonomy
  5. Enhanced Women Economic Justice And Rights
  6. Strengthened Partnership And Institutional Capacity That Is Supported By A Good Governance Framework That Is Gender Inclusive And Sustainable

Duties And Responsibilities

  • Implement all aspects of the performance and impact measurement for Internews in Tanzania, including collection and monitoring of all data, processing and verification.
  • Implement and track the project’s approved Monitoring and Evaluation Plan (MELP), including all required submissions of quarterly data, annual PIRS and any other requests.
  • Conduct/manage the collection of qualitative and quantitative data per the approved project work plan.
  • Responsible for keeping meticulous records, archives, and databases for all activities and ensuring they are updated regularly.
  • Work closely with project staff and local partners, and provide training and capacity building in effective and appropriate data collection as well as M&E methodology and tools.
  • Provide program support to key program personnel such as the Advocacy and Communication and the Grants Compliance Officer, as and when required.
  • Design, implement and contribute to evaluation methodologies and measurement approaches, above and beyond required indicators.
  • Liaise with international impact evaluation consultants and other external experts supporting the program, providing them with information and support as and when is required.
  • Draft regular donor narrative reports, as well as any other reports needed for internal and external use.
  • Maintain contact with and facilitate two-way communication and feedback with all program staff and local partners to facilitate timely and regular flow of information and data and to ensure that reports are utilized and practical.
  • Work with program staff to write human-interest success stories and other communications products about project impact representing a wide range of locations and topics for sharing with general audiences as well as donors.

Education Other Skills Required
  • Bachelor degree in Social science, Development, studies, Statistics , Economics or related field or equivalent. Master’s degree and/or professional training in M&E preferred.
  • At least 5 years professional experience in the field of performance measurement for social development activities and/or media.
  • Experience working on USAID-funded projects is highly preferred.
  • Familiarity with both qualitative and quantitative data collection and M&E database systems.
  • Knowledge of data management processes and tools, including USAID’s database systems.
  • Experience with relevant M&E and communications software, such as Excel, SPSS, In-Design, Photoshop etc.
  • Prior experience in partaking of GBV, SRHR , legal justice and women leadership , feminist movement and economic empowerment related projects
  • Experience working with and providing legal aid and/or capacity building support to women , girls and other marginalized societies organizations in Tanzania.
  • Sensitivity to cross-cultural dynamics in the workplace and experience providing technical support to a cross-section of staff and local partners.

Core Attributes and Skills:

  • Fluency in English and Kiswahili.
  • Solid English writing skills, to a publishable standard. Writing samples required.
  • Detail-oriented with strong analytical and information management skills.
  • Must be self-reliant, resourceful, good problem-solver, good humored, and flexible.
  • Ability to work independently, efficiently and reliably, to a high standard and to deadline.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with a diverse staff.
  • Willingness to travel to project areas in different locations across the country.

Code of Conduct:
To uphold WiLDAF’s financial policies and procedures, staff code of conduct and values at all times during the course of your post with the organization. Acting as a role model in the course of your duties

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Method of Application

Interested candidates who fulfill the requirements are required to send their Cover letters and CVs to [email protected] .
People Living with Disabilities (PWDs) are highly encouraged to apply.Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an assessment

Deadline for the application is 05th February, 2024








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