World Vision Lao

255 Asean (T2) Road Nongsanokham Village Sikhottabong District Vientiane Capital


World Vision Lao, a non-profit Christian Humanitarian Organization, committed to working with the poor and vulnerable. 






WV International Lao PDR is in the final progress of getting approval from Japan Government of a grant to implement iREAD (Improved Reading, Environment and Advancement in school for children) in Thapangthong district, Svannakhet province. The project will implement Unlocking Literacy (UL), an evidence-based approach that aims to improve teaching methods for classroom reading and to engage students, families and communities in reading activities outside of school. UL brings a holistic approach that works with teachers, parents and community members to create a supportive literacy environment that can sustain reading improvements for children – both in and out of school. The activities are built around promoting the five core reading skills that research shows are central to learning to read: letter knowledge, phonemic awareness, reading fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. This model has a strong assessment component, its baseline serves not only for endline comparisons but also diagnostically, for informing and modifying the design of the intervention.

Fit for School: The model focuses on providing training and support for teachers to implement a daily hand-washing and tooth-brushing activity with students. Hand-washing stations (called Washalots) are installed in each school (with the number of stations depending on the number of students at the school) to support these daily hygiene activities.

School Sanitation and Hygiene Triggering (SHT): The School Sanitation & Hygiene Triggering basic method is activity-based and child-center model which includes games, exercises, theory and interaction between children. The messages deal with improved school sanitation, disposal of human excreta and other personal hygiene issues, with the expectation that the learning will be spread by the children to their homes and communities.

To support this project, a Monitoring and Evaluation coordinator will be recruited to provide effective development and management of the M&E system for the overall partnership, in accordance with all internal (WV) and donors’ requirements.


The M & E coordinator will be responsible for the accurate and timely data collection on project intervention coverage and other indicators, and for the reporting and ongoing monitoring. S/he will be responsible for documentation of PROJECT activities to capture action learning to inform PROJECT stakeholder’s efforts to enhance households’ nutrition.

The M & E coordinator will formulate and implement the PROJECT M&E system to ensure the quality of the implementation of the activities in the project areas. The M & E coordinator will also provide capacity building and coaching to project staff to help them to collect quality data.

The M & E coordinator is accountable for:

  • Develop PROJECT M & E framework and tools, based on PROJECT description, baseline, indicators and targets.
  • Ensure data collection and reporting for PROJECT from all the partners for the different stakeholders (donors, WV internal system, Government for the MoU, etc...)
  • Capacity building of PROJECT team (district coordinators and project officer) on M&E requirements and standards

Major Responsibilities of Job: 

  1. Develop PROJECT M & E framework and tools to feed into the WV M&E system
  2. Support the baseline/evaluation/reporting process of the project
  3. Build technical and management capacity in the PROJECT staff, in particular organize them to collect project data and feedback into the project PROJECT M & E system
  4. Manage the coordination of the PROJECT monitoring/evaluations and ensure that donor/proposal requirements are met.
  5. Develop annual reporting outputs for public communication and internal use (dashboard, story maps, etc.).
  6. Develop PROJECT database linked to project outcome indicators
  7. Establish a mechanism for knowledge sharing between district offices, and SO.
  8. Undertake regular field trips throughout the year, conduct exercises providing support to ensure proper collection of the data and reporting system
  9. Assist direct manager and technical manager in other tasks that contribute to the development of the M & E for the PROJECT


  • Bachelor or master degree of public health, social sciences, economics or a relevant discipline
  • At least 5 years’ experience in program/project planning and/or design, monitoring, and evaluation
  • Degree or training in monitoring & evaluation, or program/project planning
  • Knowledge of data analytical software (e.g. Epi Info, SPSS)
  • Commitment to life-long learning
  • Flexible and ability to adapt
  • Can work independently as well as work well in a team
  • Commitment to and understanding of transformational development among the poor
  • Good computer skills (Excel) data base and data analysis software
  • Strong presentation, facilitation and coordination skills
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skill, and ability to work closely and supportively within a team
  • Good analytical/problem solving skills and an eye for detail
  • Proficiency in English (especially reading and writing) and good report writing skills
  • Willing to work under pressure
  • Exhibits gentleness, humbleness, and patience
  • Demonstrated competency in implementing assessments/evaluations, including:
  • designing assessment/evaluation methodology, data collection and analysis tools
  • managing data collection in the field
  • analyzing data

Work Environment: Be willing to work in a team environment and travel (up to 50%) and stay overnight at project sites.

Interested candidates are invited to submit a COVER LETTER and CV to the address below. Please indicate the POSITION TITLE. Deadline for application is 7 July 2020 and the position will close early if a suitable candidate is found.

Women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Mail: People and Culture Department

P.O. Box 312 Vientiane 01005

Email: WVLao_Application@wvi.org

Website: www.wvi.org/laos

World Vision Lao

World Vision Lao

255 Asean (T2) Road Nongsanokham Village Sikhottabong District Vientiane Capital

Contact Name : Siriphone Niradsay
Email : WVLao_Application@wvi.org
Telephone : +856 21 256145-8
Operation Time : 08:00 - 17:00

World Vision Lao, a non-profit Christian Humanitarian Organization, committed to working with the poor and vulnerable

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