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|Overview of position||
|Key competencies||2. Education
Under the supervision of the Education Officers and Specialist, the programme monitor will support the programme monitoring, situation monitoring and beneficiary feedback for UNICEF supported education programmes within the framework of Country Programme 2019 -2020 and Humanitarian Action for Children.
The detailed duties and responsibilities are:
x To support the programme monitoring and beneficia ie feedback through phone calls; in particular:
Cycle Baseline (to be collected at the beginning of the cycle) End of Program (to be collected at the end of the cycle)
1 (Oct Jan) 150 phone calls of about 30 minutes each 150 phone calls of about 30 minutes each
2 (Jan March) 150 phone calls of about 30 minutes each 150 phone calls of about 30 minutes each
x To work closely with Education Officers and Specialist to conduct data analysis x To ensure submission of quality monitoring reports and other required documents to UNICEF Education Specialist with a copy to Programme Associate- Monitoring.
x To support regular meetings with the key stakeholders involved in the programme implementation and provide feedback to UNICEF on the matters that are of concern for the programme implementation on the ground. x To take part in trainings organized by UNICEF, such as Kobo