L’UNICEF recrute 01 Internship to support the strengthening of menstrual hygiene management

L’UNICEF recrute 01 Internship to support the strengthening of menstrual hygiene management

Salaire / mois
Localisation Dakar / Sénégal
Type contrat Stage
Expiration 09 Mars 2018
Description de l’offre

Why would we like to engage you to support our work?

Under the guidance of the Water Sanitation and Hygiene and the Gender Advisors, including collaboration with the Education section, the selected intern will support the West and Central Africa Regional Office (WCARO) in strengthening MHM programming and policy for countries across the region. He/She will use the MHM in 10 agenda as the basis for the work, along the global programme guidance on MHM programming.[3]

His/Her technical assistance will offer invaluable support to the regional office for accelerating gender equality and girls empowerment across the region in the context of the regional Key Results for Children on Accelerating equitable access to sanitation and hygiene and on Quality Education, and in alignment with the ambition of the GAP targeted priorities and the West and Central Africa Investment Case for Adolescent Girls.

How can you make a difference?

The overall purpose of the internship is to support UNICEF’s West and Central Africa efforts in strengthening MHM policy and programming at the country level. This work will contribute to Regional Office’s collaborative work on Key Results for Children (KRC) for West and Central Africa, with a focus on the key result on Sanitation & Hygiene and the key result on Quality Education.

Key activities and deliverable for the selected intern include:

Produce an analysis of MHM programming at country level, by liaising with the regional office and WASH, Gender and Education teams in Country Offices, in addition to reviewing documentation. This task will include:
Desk review of annual reports, Country programme documents, mission reports, gender reviews, WinS studies, SMQs etc.;
Design and carry out a survey and/or individual country interviews on MHM programming at country level; and
Prepare a report and presentation on MHM country programming identifying: good practices, opportunities, and technical assistance requirements.
Contribute to the development and adaptation of global guidance to meet country office needs in WCAR. This task will build on the guidance and fulfill the various needs for programming guidance within country contexts across the region.
Develop an MHM supplement for the regional WinS bottleneck exercise performed in 2016.
Support the identification of 3-5 countries with strong readiness for enhanced programming to be supported by RO for resource mobilization. This task will include, preparing short profiles of the identified countries, outlining potential opportunities and interests of the different offices and including insightful innovations, as appropriate.
When would we like you to join?

The position will begin in April 2018 for a period of 4 months.

How would you qualify to become a champion for every child?

We hope you have…

An advanced university degree in social sciences (or underway with your studies at the Master’s level).
A first University Degree in a relevant discipline.
A minimum of 2-4 years of relevant professional experience in research, academia, or fieldwork.
Developing country work experience and/or familiarity with emergency is considered an asset.
Fluency in English and French is required.
For every Child, you demonstrate…

UNICEF’s core values of Commitment, Diversity and Integrity and core competencies in Communication, Working with People and Drive for Results.

What are the technical competencies required for this opportunity?

We hope your key competencies and assets are

Learning and research
Creating and innovating
Following instructions and procedures
Adapting and responding to change
Coping with pressures and setbacks

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