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  • Maternal Child Health & Nutrition Officers The role We are currently looking for Maternal Child Health & Nutrition Officers; one based in Ngoi, Luangphabang and one based in Viengkham, LuangphabangRole PurposeThe MCH and Nutrition Officer will serve as the lead technical aspect for MCH and Nutrition Activities, with responsibility for the quality implementation, monitoring and supervision of the  community based, maternal child health and nutrition component of the project. The MCH and Nutrition Officer will plan and coordinate project activities in close collaborating with the Multisector District Team.  In addition, the MCH and Nutrition Officer will work closely with the MCH Unit of Health District Office in Ngoi/Viengkham District and the Save the Children PHC technical team based in Luang Prabang.In the event of a major humanitarian emergency, the role holder will be expected to work outside the normal role profile and be able to vary working hours accordingly. KEY AREA OF ACCOUNTABILITYOverviewEnsure they fully understand the provisions of the Child Safeguarding Policy, the Code of Conduct and Local/Country Procedures.Conduct themselves in accordance with the rules of the Child Safeguarding Policy, in their personal and professional lives – which includes reporting suspicions of child abuse.Planning and Management: Work in close collaboration with Multisectorall District Support Team and District health Office (MCH & Nutrition Unit) in Ngoi/Viengkham district to plan, implement, monitor and evaluate project activities with budgets.Provide technical support and coordinate with district health teams for MCH and Nutrition.Mobilise communities for improved maternal and child nutrition.Support government staff to plan, implement, evaluate and follow up training activities for health staff and community volunteers as plan.Monitor, supervise and evaluate project implementation and use results to inform project adjustments.Record and report on project implementation, lessons learnt and challenges.Build effective partnership with government health teams, multisectoral district support team  and community leaders.Facilitate technical health and nutrition meeting team at the district and community level.Maternal Child Health and Nutrition:  Provide technical inputs into the design of  surveys, joining formative research and communication materials for Maternal Child Health and Nutrition.Provide technical support to District and Health Center Staff for the Planning and Implementation of  MCH and Nutrition Outreach Activities to target villages.Work in collaboration with Community Members and Local Health Staff to implement regular Growth Monitoring and Growth Promotion Activities.Support the design and implementation of  SBCC activities and coordinate the role out of the SBCC strategy with the Multisectoral District Support Team (including District Nutrition Committees); District Health Staff, Community Leaders, Home Visitors and Peer Support Groups.Identify additional technical support needs and request technical specialist support as requiredEnsure that MCH and Nutrition Activities are delivered to a high standard and adhere to GoL policies and guidelines.Provide coaching to District Health Staff and Community Health Workers and project partners for Maternal & Child Health and Nutrition.Provide regular support to the project team to document lessons learnt from implementation of community SBCC for  MCH and Nutrition.Support the District and Health Center staff on MCH and Nutrition technical issues. Community mobilisation:Establish relationship of trust and maintain regular communication with Community Leaders, Home Visitors, and Community Nutrition Event Volunteers.Support Community Leaders and Multisectoral District Support Team for community mobilization for MCH and Nutrition.Provide technical inputs into the design of MCH and Nutrition training curricula and  communication materials for community members. Training and facilitation:Conduct training needs assessment for health staff, community workers for MCH and Nutrition SkillsReview and adapt as necessary various training curricula for MCH and Nutrition capacity building for health staff and community workers.Provide inputs into the design and facilitation of capacity building activities.Identify trainers and co- ordinate training activities, monitor and report on training events.Provide follow up supervision for community capacity building. Monitoring & Evaluation and Reporting:Provide technical inputs into the design of the monitoring and evaluation framework and tools.Provide support to health staff and community workers to monitor and supervise project activities.Compile, analyze, share and store project data.Organize regular reflection meetings for health staff and stakeholders to share information, community generated data and plan follow up actions.Write monthly/Quarterly project activity reports as required by the project manager.Update on project activities at project meetings and monthly/Quarterly  PHC  team meetings.Document lessons learnt and develop case studies to share with stakeholders including donors.Support and follow-up the Health data management in the DHIS2 system as day-by-day basic appropriate and correctly for entering data by health staff at district and health centers.Budget and Expenditure Tracking:Assist line manager to check and monitor budget as project activities plan and expenditure as monthly basic.Assist the district partners to ensure that project activities plan and budget as their advance and cleared advances are correctly and in time for submissions as schedule’s plans.Regularly discuss with project financial team relate to financial reporting issues, delays payment and others.Admin/Logistics:Assist line manager and district partners to follow up all procurement policies and process of SCI appropriately and correctly.Assist line manager for take a note during the meetings and discussions.Other tasks as assigned by line manager.Partnerships/Coordination:Participate in provincial and district maternal child health and nutrition technical meetingsBuild effective relationships with district and provincial staff, multisectoral committees and PHC team in Ngoi/VIengkham and Luang Prabang.Coordinate work with the project team, PHC team and other stakeholders working in the same areaWork in close collaboration with the SCI PHC team in Luang Prabang and SCI Country Office TeamRepresentation:Assist in documenting and disseminating project achievements through national meetings, dissemination success stories and presenting findings at district, provincial and national meetings.Qualifications Degree in Public health (Medical Doctor/Nurse) or a relevant field of specific technical support in MCH & Nutrition working-experiences (at least 2 years).Experience and SkillsEssentialMinimum 2 years’ experiences implementing Maternal Child Health and Nutrition and SBCC activities.Previous work with development agencies, NGOs.Previous community mobilization or SBCC experiences.Demonstrated knowledge of Lao PDR Health Systems and experience working with government health partners at provincial, district and health center level.Strong writing and organizational skills for writing case studies, documenting lessons learnt and reporting on program/project results.DesirableEthnic language skill is an advantage (Khmu or Hmong)Good spoken and written English language.Women who can stay in remote areas are encouraged to applyContract length: fixed term The OrganisationWe employ approximately 25,000 people across the globe and work on the ground in over 100 countries to help children affected by crises, or those that need better healthcare, education and child protection. We also campaign and advocate at the highest levels to realise the right of children and to ensure their voices are heard. We are working towards three breakthroughs in how the world treats children by 2030:No child dies from preventable causes before their 5th birthdayAll children learn from a quality basic education and that,Violence against children is no longer tolerated We know that great people make a great organization, and that our employees play a crucial role in helping us achieve our ambitions for children.  We value our people and offer a meaningful and rewarding career, along with a collaborative and inclusive workplace where ambition, creativity, and integrity are highly valued.Application Information:Interested candidates please submit a full application using a cover letter and up-to-date CV as a single document including contact details of three professional referees (current and last line managers and HR department). Please also include details of your salary expectations and a copy of your ID card. Please note that we will require a copy of your Criminal Records (ໃບ້ແຈ້ງໂທດ) later. Closing date for applications is: 24 September, 2020. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.Apply online via link below only:(please indicate the district you apply to: Ngoi or Viengkham Districts)https://stcuk.taleo.net/careersection/ex/jobdetail.ftl?job=20000422&tz=GMT%2B07%3A00&tzname=Asia%2FBangkokHow to submit your application?Follow the link aboveClick on Apply OnlineIf you have not registered with SCI’s online application system before (stcuk.taleo.net), please click on New User to create an account firstSet your new User Name (no space), Password (ensure it meets required criteria) and Email Address. Please ensure you do not forget this information, as you will need to use them when progressing to next stageIf you have applied and registered with SCI’s online application system before (stcuk.taleo.net), please input your User Name and Password to log in as Returning User.Once registered/logged in, you are now ready to apply to any job on SCI’s online application system (stcuk.taleo.net). Good luck!Frequently asked questions:How do I fill in the ‘Title’ field?Please click on clickable ‘search’ button right next to the field, to select the option provided (Mr, Ms, Mrs)What do I put in ‘Secondary nationality’ field, if I only have one nationality?Secondary nationality is not a mandatory field, leave it blank if it does not apply to youDo I need to fill all fields?Where applicable fill in all fields. But if not applicable, only fill in the mandate fields (fields with red * mark)Save the Children International is a child-rights based organization. Safe recruitment is central to the safeguarding of children and young people that we come into contact with, and support through our programmes.We need to keep children safe so our selection process, which includes rigorous background checks, reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.Save the children is an equal opportunities employer, qualified females, persons with disability and candidates from diverse cultural backgrounds are encouraged to apply.All employees are expected to carry out their duties in accordance with our global anti-harassment policy.
  • Early Childhood Education (ECE) Mid-Term Evaluation - International Consultant Terms of Reference:Early Childhood Education (ECE) Mid-Term Evaluation - International ConsultantBackgroundAlmost seventy percent (70%) of children from 3-5 years old have in Laos have no access to any form of early childhood education . With little or no preparation at all, children enter primary schools that use a curriculum that is known to have high demands on children and is taught in the national language. This lack of preparation of children is assumed to be one of the reasons for the resulting low learning outcomes among children in primary schools, especially in rural ethnic areas. Efforts have been going on in Laos to revise the primary level curriculum and to strengthen the approaches in teaching Lao language to non-Lao speaking children. But the issue of making early childhood education accessible to young children to support their development and build the foundations for learning remain a big gap in the system.Save the Children plans to work with the Department for Early Childhood Education of the Government of Laos’ Ministry of Education and Sports (MOES) to address this challenge on providing young children with access to early childhood education and provide more children with a head start in life.In the past several years, the MOES has partnered with a number of development partners, including Save the Children, to develop and pilot modalities of delivering early childhood education. To be able to move towards increasing access, the ECE Department has to develop a strategy that the MOES will use countrywide to adequately support early learning and development among children 3-5 years old.This partnership between Save the Children and MOES will focus on implementation of the modalities that the MOES has deemed most effective based on pilot experience, and adapting these to contexts where children belong to smaller ethnic groups are in remote rural areas, including areas with low population densities, Ready to School (RtS) Project: A Community Partnership in Early Childhood Education program has been implemented since January 2019 in Nambak and Phonthong districts in LuangPrabang Province, Laos. Over three and a half years, the RtS program will support the ECE Department, specifically 27 ECD learning centres and local officials and communities in the two target districts within LuangPrabang. The program will promote ECE for more children, so that they can have a head start in life.Through the Ready to School Project, the ECE Department will be supported in working with target local officials and communities in LuangPrabang in setting up, adapting, and managing a combination of 3 programme models that are now running in pilot areas in the country.1-The Pre-primary (PP) programme – a one-year education programme for 5-year-old children that aims to prepare them for Grade 1 classrooms by introducing them to the Lao language, reading, writing, and maths, as well as provide opportunities for socialisation. The classrooms are held for a full day, with 5-6 hours of structured learning activities. This programme was developed by the MOES with various development partners including Save the Children and UNICEF, and is the main ECE modality implemented by the government.  This modality will be used in Nambak District in conjunction with CCDG.2- The Community Child Development Group (CCDG) – an education programme for children 3-4 years old, focusing more on providing children with opportunities for play and socialisation. This modality is being piloted with support from the World Bank Global Partnership for Education project.  This modality will be used in Nambak District in conjunction with PP.3- Multi-Age Teaching classrooms (MAT) – similar to CCDG, this mode of delivering ECE was conceptualised to provide ECE opportunities to children in villages where there are low numbers of children.   MAT classrooms target children ages 3 through 5. This modality will be used in Phonthong District.Communities, through the Village Education Development Committees (VEDCs), will be engaged in planning the ECE programmes in their area and will be encouraged to contribute ECE venues tapping existing community spaces, as well as contribute time to supervise/manage the centres and provide volunteer teachers and community facilitators, with support.Ready to School will strive to carefully study the various inputs necessary for setting up and maintaining these modalities of ECE and strive to identify and maintain levels that could potentially be sustained by the MOES and the communities. The MOES plans to conduct evaluations of these 3 modalities in the next year few years and the RTS   can be part of these evaluations that will help the MOES in decision making. The project will link with the global Ready to Learn Common Approach of SC to benefit from and contribute to global learning and technical support, with adaptations to the context in Laos.  Understanding that most mothers of these children are also very young, this ECE programme will integrate efforts to engage young mothers and provide opportunities for their own development as they participate in the education of their children.The Goal of this project is: Vulnerable children, including girls, have improved readiness for primary education through participation in a quality early childhood education (ECE) program in enabling communities. Three program models: 1) the pre-primary program, 2) the community child development group, and 3) multi-age teaching classes, are managed and running in the targeted remote areas where children belong to ethnic groups. The project aims to achieve four outcomes as follow:Increased access to early childhood education (ECE) interventions for children, including girls, in target disadvantaged communities (outcome 1)Improved capacity of stakeholders in the community and strengthened system for quality early childhood education programs that protect and promote children’s cognitive, social, emotional and physical development (outcome 2).Young mothers and out of school girls are empowered through life skills training and active participation in early childhood education of children in their communities (outcome 3)Evidences of sustainable and effective design and implementation strategies for community managed early childhood education program in remote disadvantaged communities are established for MOES' reference in planning scale up of ECE programming in the country (outcome 4)PurposeThe mid-term evaluation will be conducted in order to review project progress and implementation of child development and learning outcomes as well as their learning environment at home in targeted districts of Nambak and Phonethong prior to the project activities.Primary objectives of this mid-term evaluation are to:To review project progress for children’s early learning and development outcomes on four core domains: emergent literacy, emergent numeracy, social-emotional development, gross and fine motor development.To review children’s exposure to learning and playing materials at home as well as various types of interactions with their parents.To review the explore if or how a variance in children’s development is associated with caregivers’ demographic, socio-economic backgrounds, home learning environment and activitiesDetermine whether the IDELA global tool is suitable for assessments of children with disabilities who attend the early intervention program.Secondary objective:To assess and evaluate the project relevance/design, implementation, effectiveness & sustainabilityTo provide summary of implementation and output to date based on monitoring data and document lessons learnt. Lessons taken away from the evaluation will feed into best practices moving forward, guiding on how to better design and provide services to highly vulnerable children and their caregivers.Research QuestionsWhat are the current children’s development outcomes on four core domains measurement by IDELA, and how have they improved?What is the current children’s learning and playing materials at home? what types of interactions do children have with their caregivers, and how have they improved?How is children’s development associated with caregivers’ practices, and how have they improved?How has IDELA helped you assess your child’s disabilities? and how has IDELA help you support them?To what degree did these programs address relevant needs, how effective were they in meeting these needs, and how sustainable are these programs? (It was necessary to map out implementation activities since program start, in order to have a full understanding of how the program was implemented.)Scope of the studyMid-term evaluation will be conducted in 25 villages (one ECE learning centre per village) across those 2 districts (21 villages at Nambak and 4 villages at Phonthong district).Methodology and ToolsIn keeping the baseline methodology, the midline used a mixed-methods, repeated Cross-sectional study.Two types of tool to be use, the first evaluated is the International Development and Early Learning Assessment (IDELA), which directly assesses developmental skills through a series of games with children, covering 4 core domains-emergent literacy, emergent numeracy, social-emotional development, gross and fine motor development. The second evaluated is the Home Environment evaluation which will be answered by the main caregivers of the children assessed by IDELA. The Home Environment survey will assess the family’s social, economic and demographic backgrounds as well as home learning environments for children.Sample sizeA total of sample size approximately 300 children aged 3.5-6 years who have completed ECE curriculum (PP, CCDG and MAT) from current project intervention, and approximately 300 caregivers who have trained on ECE curriculum.The mid-term evaluation has designed to hire external consultant to be support evaluation process, the specific role and responsible as follow:Consultant Tasks-Review study designed (inception report)-Review assessment tool-Data review (monitoring data and primary data)-Data analysis-Produce preliminary finding-Complete evaluation report-Provide PPT for the key finding both English-Submit package of final draft report.Expected Outputs-Adapted version of IDELA administrative guide and stimulus cards-Adapted Home Environment assessment tool-Primary data from 25 schools and their caregivers-Quality of midterm evaluation report-Key finding and recommendation (English and Lao)Requirements:-Advanced degree in education, Development or another relevant field-Extensive experience in conducting evaluations with early childhood education programs. Previous work-Demonstrated knowledge of using IDELA tool-Strong quantitative analytical and writing skills (in English)-Flexibility to make adjustments and changes when necessaryManagement of consultancy      Somxay Inthasone Head of Education SectorTimeline:We propose consultant to carry out the project evaluation over a period of 16 days, while the specific dates of implementation depend on the availability of the team members and consultant consultation.NoDate and TimeMain activities / TasksResponsibilitiesSupported by# of days for consultant15th -6th Oct, 2020Review inception report/IDELA tools/materials and provide feedback to RTS teamExternal consultantPM02214th -15th Oct, 2020Consultant review monitoring data and pre-analysisExternal consultantRTS team02316th – 19th Nov, 2020Data analysisExternal consultantPM, Team and Noy04423rd Nov, 2020Share preliminary finding to RTS teamExternal consultantPM, Team and Noy01523rd -26th Nov, 2020Produce midterm report and share to RTS projectExternal consultant 04630th Nov, 2020Revise report per feedback/comment from RTS/SCHKExternal consultant 0171st Dec, 2020Provide PPT key finding and recommendation (English & Lao) to RTS teamExternal consultant 0183rd Dec, 2020Share final package of midterm report to RTS teamExternal consultant 01 Total of working days   16 daysApplication Information:Interested candidates please submit full application and a copy your ID card/passport to hr.laos@savethechildren.org (specify the position ‘Early Childhood Education (ECE) Mid-Term Evaluation  Consultant’ you apply to).Closing date is 24 Sep 2020. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.Save the Children International is a child-rights based organization. Safe recruitment is central to the safeguarding of children and young people that we come into contact with, and support through our programmes.We need to keep children safe so our selection process, which includes rigorous background checks, reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.Save the children is an equal opportunities employer, qualified females, persons with disability and candidates from diverse cultural backgrounds are encouraged to apply.All employees are expected to carry out their duties in accordance with our global anti-harassment policy. 
  • Consultancy Service Company SOW for Research Company or Senior Technical ConsultantResearch company/ Senior consultant for design, data analysis and report writing of a quantitative, cross- sectional RMNCH, Nutrition and Anthropometric  end line survey in Nambak, Pak Ou and Nan districts, Luang Prabang, Lao PDRSeptember- December 2020BackgroundThe ANCP project (Reaching the Children Left Behind:   Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child Health and Nutrition Project) is a four-year project 2017 – 2021 funded by the Department of Foreign Aid and Trade (DFAT) and Save the Children, Australia. The Takeda Maternal and Newborn project (2018 –2020) is funded by the Japanese pharmaceutical company Takeda and Save the Children Japan. Both projects are part of part of a broader Primary Health Care program operating in eight districts of northern Lao PDR.  The expected  results are: reduced newborn and infant deaths and a reduction in child stunting, achieved though strengthened quality of RMNCH services and improved community practices for mother and child care and nutrition.Purpose of consultancyThe research company/ senior consultant will provide full technical support and work in close collaboration with the SCI team, for the design and implementation of the end line ANCP/TAKEDA Quantitative survey. The company/consultant will be responsible for conducting the survey, data analysis and final endline report writing.  The specific aim of the end line survey is to measure the project indicators and compare significant changes between baseline and endline data. The same baseline survey tool and comm-care system will be used for the endline.Key objectives for the end line survey:Characterize basic demographics of the target population;Measure child, infant and neonatal mortality rateMeasure nutritional status (WHZ, HAZ, WAZ and MUAC) of children 0-59 months;Describe infant and young child feeding practices for children 0-59 months;Measure prevalence of acute respiratory infection and diarrhoea in children 0-59 monthsMeasure nutritional (MUAC and BMI) status of women of reproductive ageCharacterize knowledge and practices for care of maternal and child health during pregnancy, delivery, and newborn periodsMeasure dietary diversity of women and childrenDocument knowledge, beliefs and practices for health seeking behaviours, care of sick children, micronutrient supplements for children 0-59 months and pregnant womenDescribe access to safe water, sanitation and hygieneDescribe access to family planning and use of family planning methodsApplication requirements:Cover letter with information on company and experienceCopy of company registration in LaoCV of all members of research teamPrevious example of nutrition survey completed including Example of reportDetailed  breakdown of proposed workplan and days needed and costs to include all field costs including data collectors and vehiclesDraft research protocol /summary of proposed approach (please note survey tool is deigned and only needs review modification)Three referencesAvailability for interviewCriterial Selection for Research Company or Senior Technical ConsultantCriteriaSub CriteriaEssentialRegistered with Lao government for company/firmOfficial business premises for company/firmWork permit for individual expatriate working in LaosPass the vetting processCapabilityPost graduate degree in public health or nutrition.At least 5 years’ demonstrable experience planning and conducting nutrition/ anthropometric surveys. Analyzing nutrition and anthropometric data and report writing in English language. Experience in South East Asia preferred.Proven and demonstrable skills in taking all anthropometric measurements (WHZ, HAZ, WAZ and MUAC)Proficient in statistics with expert knowledge and experience using statistic software (e.g.  ‘R’, STATA/SPSS, WHO Anthropometric software and ENA software for SMART Strong analytical and synthesis skills for nutrition surveysThe consultant should be proficient in spoken and written English and will be required to produce evidence of previous data analysis and English language research reports. Spoken Lao language ability is an asset. CommercialReasonable budget cost for SOW and able to deliver in timeframeSOW for Research Company or Senior Technical ConsultantResearch company/ Senior consultant for design, data analysis and report writing of a quantitative, cross- sectional RMNCH, Nutrition and Anthropometric  end line survey in Nambak, Pak Ou and Nan districts, Luang Prabang, Lao PDR September- December 2020 BackgroundThe ANCP project (Reaching the Children Left Behind:   Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child Health and Nutrition Project) is a four-year project 2017 – 2021 funded by the Department of Foreign Aid and Trade (DFAT) and Save the Children, Australia. The Takeda Maternal and Newborn project (2018 –2020) is funded by the Japanese pharmaceutical company Takeda and Save the Children Japan. Both projects are part of part of a broader Primary Health Care program operating in eight districts of northern Lao PDR.  The expected  results are: reduced newborn and infant deaths and a reduction in child stunting, achieved though strengthened quality of RMNCH services and improved community practices for mother and child care and nutrition.Context Large inequities in access to health services in Laos are apparent in the national and disaggregated health data. Despite good progress in reducing child mortality the MDG targets for maternal mortality, child mortality and child malnutrition were not achieved. In 2012 the National Lao Demographic Health Survey reported the maternal mortality ratio as 357 deaths per 100, 000 live births; child mortality 79 deaths per 1,000 live births, 86% of child deaths occur in the first year with 47% of infant deaths occurring in the first month of life. There is a 20% unmet need for family planning. Nationally 44% of children under five years are chronically malnourished (stunted) 27% underweight and 6% are acutely malnourished (wasted) with 15% of new-born babies born with a low birth weight.Laos also faces constraints to health service provision due to a lack of qualified, adequately distributed staff and inadequate infrastructure. Nationally about 30 % of the rural population still lack access to health care services and where services are available, access is further impaired by high levels of out-of-pocket contribution. Positively there is strong government commitment and momentum to make progress on improved maternal, new-born, child health and nutrition; the National Reproductive, Maternal, New-born and Child Health Strategy and Action Plan 2016-2020; the National Nutrition Strategy 2015 to 2025 and the National Plan of Action 2016-2020 provide a clear roadmap for action. There is also increased efforts for coordination and collaboration between government sector departments, donors and development partners in Lao PDR to make progress to improve mother and child health. Save the Children works with government partners in 8 out of the 12 districts of Luang Prabang province. The province is situated in the remote mountainous northern region of the country with a total population of 431,000. Over 70% of the population are ethnic minority groups. The children and people we plan to reach The project sites are Nan, Pak Ou and Nambak districts of Luang Prabang province with a total population of 126,419.  Seventy-one percentage of the population is ethnic minority groups, 41% Khmu, 18% Hmong, 21% other ethnic groups and 29% of the population Lao Loum majority group. Primary target groups –Pregnant women and newborn infants (3,044)Women of reproductive age (32,617)Children under five years old (16,609) Children living with disabilities (13,575)Adolescent mothers 15 - 19yrs (457)Secondary target groups – Community health volunteers (180)District Health staff  (252) Community leaders (181)Indirect beneficiaries – Communities in 181 villages in 3 districts with a total population of 126,419 Project Goal and Outcomes #DescriptionIndicatorsTargetsGoalReduce newborn and infant deaths  and  chronic malnutrition  (stunting) in children under five years old in three districts of Luang Prabang  provinceNewborn Mortality rate          (newborn deaths within the first month of life per 1,000 live births)Infant Mortality rate ( number of infant deaths before 12 months old per 1,000 live births)Prevalence of stunting in children under five years old (Percentage of children stunted below -2 SD of height for age according to the WHO standard)Newborn Mortality rate – reduce to 25 per 1,000 live birthsInfant mortality reduced to 60 per 1,000 live birthsStunting reduced by 8% from baselineOutcome 1Increased quality and access to inclusive RMNCH and nutrition services for pregnant women, women of reproductive age and children under five years%  births with SBA% WRA using a modern   family planning method% children under one year   fully immunized% of health centers meeting minimum standards for quality of maternal and newborn care75%  SBA60% - FP90% Fully Immunized20 health centersOutcome 2Improved practices of pregnant women and caregivers of young children for access to health services, maternal nutrition, infant and young child feeding and hygiene % mothers exclusively breast feeding% Proportion of children age 6-23 months who received minimum acceptable diet (MAD) defined as those who achieve both minimum dietary diversity and minimum meal frequency.% women with children under 2 years reporting taking Iron and Folate Acid tablets during pregnancy% women with children under two years reporting taking Vit B 1 tablets during last 3 months of pregnancy60% EBF50% of children 6-23 months MAD60 % IFA60% Vit B 1Outcome 3: Increased district health staff and community  shared accountability for inclusive and quality  health services and strengthened  capacity of community leaders and volunteers for RMNCH and nutritionNumber of  health centers and communities implementing Community Accountability Action Plans6 health centersOutcome 4:Increased evidence base for RMNCH and nutrition  to inform policy and practice in Lao PDRAdvocacy strategy developedPolicy Briefs developedResearch papers published presentations of program learning to key stakeholders3Purpose of consultancyThe research company/ senior consultant will provide full technical support and work in close collaboration with the SCI team, for the design and implementation of the end line ANCP/TAKEDA survey. The company/consultant will be responsible for conducting the survey, data analysis and final endline report writing.  The specific aim of the end line survey is to measure the project indicators and compare significant changes between baseline and endline data. Key objectives for the end line survey: Characterize basic demographics of the target population;Measure child, infant and neonatal mortality rateMeasure nutritional status (WHZ, HAZ, WAZ and MUAC) of children 0-59 months;Describe infant and young child feeding practices for children 0-59 months;Measure prevalence of acute respiratory infection and diarrhoea in children 0-59 monthsMeasure nutritional (MUAC and BMI) status of women of reproductive ageCharacterize knowledge and practices for care of maternal and child health during pregnancy, delivery, and newborn periodsMeasure dietary diversity of women and childrenDocument knowledge, beliefs and practices for health seeking behaviours, care of sick children, micronutrient supplements for children 0-59 months and pregnant womenDescribe access to safe water, sanitation and hygieneDescribe access to family planning and use of family planning methodsCompany/ Consultant activitiesReview the baseline quantitative survey research protocol and final baseline survey reportReview the baseline survey objectives with the LPB PHC team and discuss and agree on changes that may be required for the end line survey. (reduction in villages baseline 90 villages endline 60 villages)In collaboration with SCI health team draft the end line survey protocol and provide input on estimation of sampling size, sampling methods, data quality assurance methods, data collection plan, data collection tools, data analysis plan and training schedule outline for data collectorsReview the baseline data collection tool and work with SCI health team to update as necessary (omit certain questions on disability for example). Please note the survey tool is already developed and will need only some small adaptationsWork with SCI health team to update and upload the digitalised survey collection tools in both English and Lao Language, using CommCare software and tablet phones for data entry. Check smooth functioning of the survey tool and make the necessary changes as needed.Provide a short refresher anthropometric measurement skills session for the data collector trainers/supervisors, to promote quality anthropometric measurement practice during training event and field data collection.Recruit and Train data collectors in anthropometrics and data collection skillsLead and supervise the field data collection to support the team to problem solve and to supervise and feedback on quality of data uploaded to survey.Conduct data analysis, draft endline survey report and share with SCI technical team in Luang Prabang for reviewRespond to feedback on report and finalize report and submit with electronic copy of raw data, data code book and PowerPoint presentation of key resultsDeliverablesUpdated detailed protocol for endline survey finalised including: sampling framework, sample size, sampling methodology, updated data collection tools, human resources, timeframeRecruit enumerators/ data collectors for field data collectionSurvey data collectors and supervisors training plan and tools finalised including standardization tools for anthropometric measurements.Train supervisors and data collectors in survey questioning techniques and anthropometricsFinal data collection tools field tested, updated digitalisedData collectors supervised in field during data collection with quality checksCleaned annotated data set/ code bookDraft endline survey report using recommended report formatFinal report with summary power-point presentation of key results; disaggregated summary results per village, and soft copy of raw data and data code book.Proposed Activities and Timeline please modify as you see fit. Management of consultancy      The research company/ consultant will be managed by the PHC Health Director, and will work in close collaboration with the SCI team who are based in Luang Prabang                                       Save the Children team will be responsible for the following: Preparation work with target communities to prepare for data collectionProvision of high-quality anthropometric equipment, tablet phones for data collectionSupport logistics and coordination with government partner for data collection activitiesProvide logistics support (support Car and driver but not fuel for data collectors)Provide office space for consultant as required Location: Nan, Nambak and Pak Ou districts in Luang Prabang Research Company / Senior Consultant nutritionist profile:  EducationPost graduate degree in public health or nutrition.Experience:At least 5 years’ demonstrable experience planning and conducting nutrition/ anthropometric surveys. Analyzing nutrition and anthropometric data and report writing in English language. Experience in South East Asia preferred.Proven and demonstrable skills in taking all anthropometric measurements (WHZ, HAZ, WAZ and MUAC)Proficient in statistics with expert knowledge and experience using statistic software (e.g. ‘R’, STATA/SPSS, WHO Anthropometric software and ENA software for SMART Strong analytical and synthesis skills for nutrition surveysExperience working with nutrition programs in the Laos context an advantageFlexible, independent, good communication skillsLanguage skills:The consultant should be proficient in spoken and written English and will be required to produce evidence of previous data analysis and English language research reports. Spoken Lao language ability is an asset. The consultant is required to liaise regularly with the Team Leader and deliver results in a timely manner as agreedApplication requirements: Cover letter with information on company and experienceCopy of company registration in LaoCV of all members of research teamPrevious example of nutrition survey completed including example of reportDetailed breakdown of proposed workplan and days needed and costs to include ALL field costs including data collectors and estimated field costs including perdiem, accom and transport for team, etcDraft research protocol /summary of proposed approachThree referencesAvailability for interview Location and durationStarting and Ending Period: The consultancy will begin in mid to end of September 2020. Deliverables should be completed and submitted to Save the Children Laos by 10th December 2020Location(s) of assignment: Luang Prabang – 3 districts ConfidentialityAll data collected during this exercise will become the property of the Luang Prabang Provincial Health Department and will not be shared with third parties without the express permission the Luang Prabang provincial health department.InsuranceAny external consultants involved in this consultancy will be required to have in place insurance arrangements appropriate to provision of the requirements in this Terms of Reference including travel insurance.OtherSave the Children is committed to ensuring a safe environment and culture for all children with whom we come in contact during the course of our work. All consultants will be required to comply with Save the Children’s Child Safeguarding Policy and sign the Code of Conduct. Note:   An advance payment of 25% of the consultancy will be paid on signing of the contract and submission of invoice for first payment. The final payment will be made on satisfactory submission of the final report, soft copy of the raw data and code book.  Read more Click Email: Procurement.laos@savethechildren.org
  • Communications Manager The role We are currently looking for Communications Manager based in Vientiane Capital (re advertised)Role PurposeUSAID Learn to Read (the Activity) is a five-year project beginning in 2018 and ending in 2023 focused on improving the reading skills of children in pre-primary, grade 1 and grade 2 classes in Lao PDR, with particular attention to non-Lao-speaking children and children with disabilities. The Activity works closely with the Ministry of Education and Sports (MoES) and development partners to strengthen the Lao education system with evidence-based approaches, building capacity to scale up and maintain the interventions in the future. The Activity is implemented by a consortium led by Save the Children (SC) that includes Room to Read (RtR) and Humanity & Inclusion (HI). School and community-level activities will take place in 16 districts in four provinces of Lao PDR, reaching an estimated minimum of 65,313 children over the life of the project.The Communications Manager will work closely with the Chief of Party and Learn to Read team to provide technical, language, and coordination work required to raise the profile of the Activity and to build awareness about reading with stakeholders in Laos and beyond.  Communication campaign will include the general public in Laos as well as beneficiaries of the Learn to Read activity such as teachers, parents, caregivers, and other members of the school communities.The Communications Manager will work with the MOES and partners on strategic communication and public events related to primary education, reading, literacy, and inclusive education.The Communications Manager provides the technical leadership and coordination for internal and external communications for Learn to Read.  Working with the Chief of Party and the Heads of Sectors, he/she provides capacity building and technical support to the technical, operations, and MEAL teams in developing and implementing policy advocacy and campaigns strategies at sector levels, and takes the lead for organizational campaigns. He/she is responsible for ensuring up to date and relevant external programme communications with the Lao public and international community through mass media, publications, and other channels. And he/she supports the Operations teams and Awards in ensuring the country office compliance with visibility requirements and plans with donors including USAID and SCHK, SC members, and SCI.The Communications Manager will ensure that child safeguarding principles are respected and rolled out in all media and communications and that   respect the rights, dignity and safety of children we serve and promotes the values that Save the Children upholds.In the event of a major humanitarian emergency, the role holder will be expected to work in facilitating external and internal communications and support the Country Director, Chief of Party, and Humanitarian Response Lead in speaking with the public. During emergencies, the Communications Manager must be willing to work outside the normal role profile with the response team, and be able to vary working hours accordingly.Communications is critical for Learn to Read and Save the Children to be able to play its role of making the voices of children heard and achieving breakthroughs that enable children to learn, be healthy, and be protected within their families and communities.                                            KEY AREA OF ACCOUNTABILITYCreate and develop Learn to Read visibility platforms in Laos1-  Revise draft Learn to Read Communications Plan in the Annual Work Plan.2-  Develop and publish (print and online) up to date information materials on Learn to ReadOffice programme and updates for general public3-    Develop external visibility platforms as relevant and ensure that these Learn to Read has a strong social media profile are updated and used well for SCI messaging to promote children’s rights in the countryEnsure that Learn to Read is represented in USAID and Save the Children International national and global Campaigns and Publicity Events4-  Represent Learn to Read and coordinate with the Government of Laos, USAID, SCI Lao Country office and the SCI Global and Regional Teams5-  Work with the Learn to Read team and SCI Laos office in planning, monitoring, and reporting on CO campaignsLead Learn to Read project compliance with SCI and USAID visibility communications, and branding and marking requirements6-  Lead Learn to Read project compliance with SCI and USAID visibility communications, and branding and marking requirements7- Ensure that the Learn to Read team and SCI Laos understand the visibility and communications requirements of USAID and SCI and ensure that there is compliance with these across the projectMedia Relations8- Facilitate building of relationships with media practitioners and policy bodies in Laos9- Ensure appropriate and timely media coverage of key SCI projects10- Develop press releases and work on media training on SCI work and media standards11- Provides technical support to the Chief of Party, Deputy Chief of Party, technical team and other delegated SCI representatives in speaking with mediaChild Safeguarding12- Ensure they fully understand the provisions of the Child Safeguarding Policy, the Code ofConduct and Local/Country Procedures.  Conduct themselves in accordance with the rules of the Child Safeguarding Policy, in their personal and professional lives – which includes reporting suspicions of child abuse.Humanitarian Response13- In the event of a major humanitarian emergency, the Communications Manager will work with SMT and emergency response team in developing situational analysis, communicating with media, and developing situational update.Qualifications Post graduate degree in development communications, social development, or related field ORBachelor’s degree with extensive communications training and social development work experienceCertified Technical training in media and/or communications technologyExperience and SkillsAt least 4 years of professional experience related to communications, advocacy, or campaignsEnglish and Lao language proficiencyTechnical skills in audio visual and internet technologyDemonstrated capacity to deal with media and facilitate effective public communicationCapacity in developing publishing information materials in Laos and in EnglishContract length: fixed termThe OrganisationWe employ approximately 25,000 people across the globe and work on the ground in over 100 countries to help children affected by crises, or those that need better healthcare, education and child protection. We also campaign and advocate at the highest levels to realise the right of children and to ensure their voices are heard. We are working towards three breakthroughs in how the world treats children by 2030:No child dies from preventable causes before their 5th birthdayAll children learn from a quality basic education and that,Violence against children is no longer toleratedWe know that great people make a great organization, and that our employees play a crucial role in helping us achieve our ambitions for children.  We value our people and offer a meaningful and rewarding career, along with a collaborative and inclusive workplace where ambition, creativity, and integrity are highly valued.Application Information:Interested candidates please submit a full application using a cover letter and up-to-date CV as a single document including contact details of three professional referees (current and last line managers and HR department). Please also include details of your salary expectations and a copy of your ID card. Please note that we will require a copy of your Criminal Records (ໃບແຈ້ງໂທດ) later.Apply via Link provided below:                                           https://stcuk.taleo.net/careersection/ex/jobdetail.ftl?job=200003K2&tz=GMT%2B07%3A00&tzname=Asia%2FBangkokClosing date for applications is: 05 October, 2020. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.How to submit your application?Follow the link aboveClick on Apply OnlineIf you have not registered with SCI’s online application system before (stcuk.taleo.net), please click on New User to create an account firstSet your new User Name (no space), Password (ensure it meets required criteria) and Email Address. Please ensure you do not forget this information, as you will need to use them when progressing to next stageIf you have applied and registered with SCI’s online application system before (stcuk.taleo.net), please input your User Name and Password to log in as Returning User.Once registered/logged in, you are now ready to apply to any job on SCI’s online application system (stcuk.taleo.net). Good luck!Frequently asked questions:How do I fill in the ‘Title’ field?Please click on clickable ‘search’ button right next to the field, to select the option provided (Mr, Ms, Mrs)What do I put in ‘Secondary nationality’ field, if I only have one nationality?Secondary nationality is not a mandatory field, leave it blank if it does not apply to youDo I need to fill all fields?Where applicable fill in all fields. But if not applicable, only fill in the mandate fields (fields with red * mark)Save the Children International is a child rights based organization. Safe recruitment is central to the safeguarding of children and young people that we come into contact with, and support through our programmes.We need to keep children safe so our selection process, which includes rigorous background checks, reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.Save the children is an equal opportunities employer, qualified females, persons with disability and candidates from diverse cultural backgrounds are encouraged to apply.All employees are expected to carry out their duties in accordance with our global anti-harassment policy.
  • MEAL Specialist The role We are currently looking for MEAL Specialist based in Vientiane CapitalRole PurposeThe Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning (MEAL) Specialist manage and support the MEAL system of the newly awarded five-year, $20 million United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Learn to Read Activity. The focus of USAID Learn to Read is to improve the reading skills of children in pre-primary, grade 1, and grade 2, with a particular focus on children who do not speak Lao at home and children with mild disabilities.The MEAL Specialist ensures development and operationalization of high-quality MEAL systems and reporting on a large-scale USAID-funded early grade reading project. The MEAL Specialist will strengthen the operationalization of the results framework, develop indicator definitions, and lead monitoring and evaluation planning and execution. This position is responsible for data collection, entry, analysis, quality assurance, and interpretation. The MEAL Specialist reports directly to the project’s Senior MEAL Specialist. And will ensure the utilization of MEAL data to inform learning, assess performance, and identify required activity adjustments. The MEAL Specialist will also work with the Senior MEAL Specialist to design and execute the Collaborating, Learning, and Adapting (CLA) strategy.In the event of a major humanitarian emergency, the role holder will be expected to work outside the normal role profile and be able to vary working hours accordingly. KEY AREA OF ACCOUNTABILITYOversight and Management of MEAL ActivitiesImplement and revise MEAL Plan: Develop, revise, support USAID approval of, and implement the MEAL Plan. Report on MEAL indicators quarterly and annual donor reports. Ensure success of USAID Data Quality Assessments (DQAs) and other donor reviews. Coordinate and facilitate, with support from the project MEAL team including consultants, the MEAL Senior Specialist, the MEAL Coordinator, and MEAL Officers, development of the project’s annual work plans, as well as the preparation of quarterly, semi-annual and annual reports—according to donor and SCI requirements.Database Development: Develop the MEAL database for the USAID Learn to Read project. This position will ensure the development of a robust data management system that, in compliance with the USAID’s operational policy (Automated Directives System or ADS) requirements, will meet reporting, accountability, learning and adaptation needs. The data management system will include data capture, processing, reporting and quality check-points. The MEAL Specialist will support the development instruments for data capture and ensure that these instruments work well with the database and the indicators and disaggregation as defined in the approved MEAL plan.External Evaluation: Manage and support a rigorous evaluation of project performance, impact, and cost effectiveness conducted by an external organization. The evaluation will include a baseline assessment, potential rapid cycle evaluation, and final evaluation.Cost Capture and Cost Reporting: MEAL support, quality assurance, and reporting on cost, expenditure, and dosage in coordination with the finance and technical teams and in accordance with USAID’s cost reporting guidance. These data will contribute to an external cost analysis.Fidelity of Implementation: Develop and manage tools and system to track fidelity of implementation to support project performance and the external evaluation.Performance Management and Accountability: Ensure MEAL evidence regarding project performance including implementation fidelity and impact are used for management decision-making and continuous performance improvement. Support reporting on progress toward achieving the project targets, translating strategic information into improved programming and delivery of services. Providing accountability for use of resources, and supporting internal and external capacity for using M&E for education targets.MEAL Leadership: Responsible for providing leadership, supervision and guidance on MEAL activities, and facilitating MEAL strategy implementation in support of two sub-awardees and SC staff. Work closely with the MEAL/Research Technical Advisor for the project.Quality Project Documents: Ensure, with support of the MEAL Team, that all project MEAL documents, data, and other information required for program strategic planning and reporting are documented, prepared and submitted on time and in compliance with the requirements of USAID.Staff Management, Mentorship, and Development Provide supervision, mentorship and professional development to SC MEAL staff, so that they have the required capacity to undertake their responsibilities.Identify training needs and participate in the development and implementation of training materials and courses for partner organizations as related to MEAL.Recruit and manage the USAID Learn to Read MEAL team at the provincial level.Manage MEAL team; define expectations, provide leadership and technical support as needed, and evaluate direct reports regularlyIncorporate staff development strategies and Performance Management Systems into team building process. Establish result based system and follow up.Manage the performance of all staff in the Program Implementation work area through:Effective use of the Performance Management System including the establishment of clear, measurable objectives, on-going feedback, periodic reviews and fair and unbiased evaluations;Coaching, mentoring and other developmental opportunities;Recognition and rewards for outstanding performance;Documentation of performance that is at standard and above and less than satisfactory, with appropriate performance improvements/ work plansInternal and External EngagementAs part of CLA strategy, coordinate and facilitate learning events and ensure alignment of learning objectives and results to key priorities of government and other key stakeholders.Serve as a key expert and primary contact for M&E strategies and implementation for this program.Provide advice, guidance, and coordination to SC, the Ministry of Education & Sports (MOES), and other collaborating organizations in the implementation and strengthening of M&E systems for the education program activities supported by USAID.Participate and provide input on MEAL issues at technical, policy and strategic planning meetings, including meetings with partners, local government and USAID.Expected OutputsHigh Quality in MEAL Donor Reporting: High quality MEAL reporting to USAID that is accurate, timely, and high-quality.  Excellent data management to support reporting on indicators.  Review of completed instruments to ensure that they are completed correctly according to protocols.  Ensure that indicator calculations are correct according to the performance indicator reference sheets.    Data Quality Assessment Preparation: Ensure success of USAID Data Quality Assessments (DQAs) and other donor reviews for MEAL Systems.  Coordinate and facilitate, with support from the project MEAL Officers, development of the project’s annual work plans, as well as the preparation of quarterly, semi-annual and annual reports—according to donor and SCI requirements.  Organize data and supporting documents for prompt and efficient review process.  Tick and tie all reported numbers at time of reporting to assure success during DQA.  Ensure that reporting corresponds to USAID DQA requirements of 1) Validity, 2) Reliability, 3) Timeliness, 4) Precision, and 5) Integrity. Cost Capture and Cost Reporting: Ensure effective, timely and compliant implementation of USAID cost reporting guidelines in coordination with project finance, technical, and senior management professionals.Support to Baseline Assessment and Evaluation: As required, support the external evaluation including the baseline assessment through verification of school level data and other required inputs to the evaluation. Support with the administration and data gathering of the assessment as needed. Online Data Capture and digitization of MEAL: The MEAL Reporting and DQA Specialist will support the Activity’s efforts to make greater use of technology in monitoring and evaluation activities including greater use of tablets on an ongoing basis for classroom monitoring.  Transition classroom observation forms for Pre-primary, Grade 1, and supplemental reading activities into the Kobo Toolbox (Kobo) online data collection tool.  Development of Kobo forms for Pre-primary, Grade 1, and supplemental reading activities.  Help the Activity to benefit from the fact that staff conducting school visits can share data immediately with the Vientiane office and Provincial offices enabling quicker analysis of trends across schools and districts.  Engage with the Vientiane-based senior technical and MEAL team to develop data screens that serve as an early warning system identifying schools that are at risk of problems for potential corrective actions. Upholding Child Safeguarding:  Ensure they and their team fully understand the provisions of the Child Safeguarding Policy, the Code of Conduct and Local/Country Procedures.Conduct themselves and ensure their team conduct themselves in accordance with the rules of the Child Safeguarding Policy, in their personal and professional lives – which includes reporting suspicions of child abuse.That child safeguarding is integrated and given a “voice” in all management processes including recruitment, induction, performance management, team meetings, annual planning processes, field level monitoring, etc.Qualifications Bachelor’s degree required (masters or doctorate degree preferred) with significant research experience in education, literacy or other related field from an accredited college or universityDemonstrated success developing and managing MEAL databases for USAID projectsExcellent interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to lead and work effectively in team situationsExcellent training and facilitation capability;Strong analytical and conceptual skills and the ability to think and plan strategically;Demonstrated creativity, innovation and initiative;Fluent written and spoken English required.Lao NationalExperience and SkillsDesirableAt least five years of experience designing and implementing MEAL programs in complex settingsPrior experience overseeing and ensuring the success of MEAL systems in USAID education projects including ensuring approval of MEAL plan, reporting on approved indicators, and successfully completing annual data quality assessments (DQAs).Prior work experience utilizing statistical analysis software required and prior experience assessing student learning outcomes a plusExperience in systems thinking and application of complex adaptive systems methodologies would be an advantageSubstantial experience with digital data collection systems and platforms (e.g., KoBo, ODK, Tangerine);Experience developing and implementing CLA strategies. Contract length: fixed term The OrganisationWe employ approximately 25,000 people across the globe and work on the ground in over 100 countries to help children affected by crises, or those that need better healthcare, education and child protection. We also campaign and advocate at the highest levels to realise the right of children and to ensure their voices are heard. We are working towards three breakthroughs in how the world treats children by 2030:No child dies from preventable causes before their 5th birthdayAll children learn from a quality basic education and that,Violence against children is no longer tolerated We know that great people make a great organization, and that our employees play a crucial role in helping us achieve our ambitions for children.  We value our people and offer a meaningful and rewarding career, along with a collaborative and inclusive workplace where ambition, creativity, and integrity are highly valued.Application Information:Interested candidates please submit a full application using a cover letter and up-to-date CV as a single document including contact details of three professional referees (current and last line managers and HR department). Please also include details of your salary expectations and a copy of your ID card. Please note that we will require a copy of your Criminal Records (ໃບ້ແຈ້ງໂທດ) later. Closing date for applications is: 06 Oct, 2020. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.Apply online via link below only:https://stcuk.taleo.net/careersection/ex/jobdetail.ftl?job=200005KO&tz=GMT%2B07%3A00&tzname=Asia%2FBangkokHow to submit your application?Follow the link aboveClick on Apply OnlineIf you have not registered with SCI’s online application system before (stcuk.taleo.net), please click on New User to create an account firstSet your new User Name (no space), Password (ensure it meets required criteria) and Email Address. Please ensure you do not forget this information, as you will need to use them when progressing to next stageIf you have applied and registered with SCI’s online application system before (stcuk.taleo.net), please input your User Name and Password to log in as Returning User.Once registered/logged in, you are now ready to apply to any job on SCI’s online application system (stcuk.taleo.net). Good luck!Frequently asked questions:How do I fill in the ‘Title’ field? - Please click on clickable ‘search’ button right next to the field, to select the option provided (Mr, Ms, Mrs)What do I put in ‘Secondary nationality’ field, if I only have one nationality? - Secondary nationality is not a mandatory field, leave it blank if it does not apply to youDo I need to fill all fields? - Where applicable fill in all fields. But if not applicable, only fill in the mandate fields (fields with red * mark) Save the Children International is a child-rights based organization. Safe recruitment is central to the safeguarding of children and young people that we come into contact with, and support through our programmes.We need to keep children safe so our selection process, which includes rigorous background checks, reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.Save the children is an equal opportunities employer, qualified females, persons with disability and candidates from diverse cultural backgrounds are encouraged to apply.All employees are expected to carry out their duties in accordance with our global anti-harassment policy.
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