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The Collective Action to Reduce Gender-based Violence (CARE-GBV) is a USAID-funded Task Order designed to promote USAID’s “collective action” to strengthen and harmonize GBV programming throughout the Agency. One component of the project will be to strengthen GBV programming at USAID Missions and to capture lessons learned on the process.
To this end, CARE-GBV will provide USAID Mission in Uganda with demand-drive technical assistance to identify and operationalize their GBV goals. Technical support will be delivered through mentoring, coaching, and technical assistance provided through a team including CARE-GBV staff and local GBV experts for a period of up to 18 months.
CARE-GBV is currently looking for a Ugandan national or resident to serve as the Lead GBV Expert on the team. This position is pending Mission concurrence. The Lead GBV Expert will work closely with CARE-GBV staff and Mission focal points to identify the technical support needs of the Mission and to coordinate efforts to meet those needs. The Lead GBV Expert will be a point person for project support in Uganda and therefore will play a vital role in ensuring communication and close collaboration between CARE-GBV and the Mission, and local GBV consultants.
Full job description and expected qualifications can be found here.
This position is open to Ugandan nationals and residents. Compensation will align with the USAID Uganda local compensation plan.
Please submit your CV in English with your application by May 19, 2023. All applications and questions in response to this scope of work should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org
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