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National/International Individual Consultancy: Communication for Development (C4D) #526373
Job ID: NII526373
Job Type: Full Time
Work type: Consultancy
Location: Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Denmark, United States, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Eastern Caribbean, Guyana, Jamaica
Categories: Communication for Development (C4D)
UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. To save their lives. To defend their rights. To help them fulfill their potential.
Across 190 countries and territories, we work for every child, everywhere, every day, to build a better world for everyone.
And we never give up.
For every child, a future
As an agreed next step, the strategic C4D programmes will be implemented as per identified sector.
II. Support the Ministry of Social Protection, Child Care and Protection Agency, Ministry of Health, Adolescent and PR Units and Ministry of Education (HFLE Unit) to develop C4D plans and campaign on Prevention of Sexual Abuse against children and adolescent girls, Reducing adolescent pregnancy, reducing physical violence against children
III. Provide Technical guidance in data collection gathering, using social media, storytelling through multi media and how to report on and for children (child rights, VAC, health)
IV. Support partner including C4D in yearly planning/ work plan 2020
V. Support UNICEF in C4D progress and result reporting/ Annual report
-Master’s Degree in Communications, Anthropology, Sociology, Social Sciences, or related fields obtained at the University.
-At least five years of experience in developing C4D policy, plan, documents and executing programme/projects on child rights issues.
-At least three years of experience in writing behaviour change strategies and reports for or to either the GOS or International Bodies.
-Proficient in English, with proficiency to scan available literature and reports and for efficient communication with key government counterparts; have a good understanding in English for reporting purposes.
-Track record of providing knowledge services to UN agencies, governments, donors and international partners.
-Previous experience on children related research is an asset.
-Access to a network of social sciences (including gender) /anthropological/ communication researchers and academics specifically in Latin -America and the Caribbean is required
• The consultant will use her/his computer and other equipment
• Consultant will submit the draft and final reports in an electronic form.
- Prior to commencing the contract, the consultant will be required to sign a Health Statement and to document that he/she has appropriate health insurance.
- The consultant will be responsible for the accuracy of that statement.
- The contract will be between the consultant and UNICEF. The assignment will be supervised by the Adolescent Development Officer.
To apply for this job please visit jobs.unicef.org.