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                                          Calling passionate experts to volunteer in combatting FGM

                             Join the IPPF FGM CENTER OF EXCELLENCE’S EXPERTS COMMITTEE!

 

The International Planned Parenthood Federation: Arab World Region (IPPF AWR), in collaboration with the FGM Centre of Excellence (CoE) in Mauritania and the Mauritanian Family Promotion Association (AMPF), are seeking qualified, dedicated experts to join the FGM Centre of excellence’s experts committee. This group will play a crucial role in giving technical advice to the IPPF AWRO and the FGM CoE based in Mauritania to formulate recommendations and lead global actions to materialize the IPPF FGM Theory of Change (ToC) and the IPPF framework for action to eliminate FGM worldwide through member associates and guide implementation according to the existing IPPF success indicators.

What are we looking for?

We are actively seeking a diverse group of volunteer individuals and representatives of IPPF member associations, secretariate and FGM global partners with relevant expertise in at least one of the main IPPF thematic areas of interventions: Social change, Advocacy, Partnerships, Services, awareness-raising, inclusion, and Research.  

Applications are welcomed from inside and outside the IPPF Federation. For more information please refer to the TORs (active link)

 

If you want to join the IPPF FGM Centre of Excellence’s EXPERTS COMMITTEE, please email your CV and a one-pager describing your motivations and interests to [email protected].

The deadline for receiving your applications is the 10th of July 2024

Job discerption (JD) 

Reporting and Support Officer 

Context

The Arab World Region of the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF AWR) is the leading organization providing Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) services in North Africa and the Middle East, and the foremost advocacy voice for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) in the region.

Several Member Associations (MAs) of the IPPF AWR have been funded by the Japanese government, primarily through supplementary budgets. In recent years, the total funding has amounted to nearly two million USD, supporting projects in various countries, including Palestine, Pakistan, Yemen, Lebanon, and Mauritania. In 2024, the Japanese government, through its supplementary budget, will fund MAs in Palestine, Yemen, and Sudan. Therefore, a dedicated team is needed to manage these projects.

• Location: Tunis  

• Contract: One-year renewable according to Tunisian law  

• Availability: July 2024 

• Reports to: MA Support and Development Director 

Purpose/Scope of Work

The Reporting and Support Officer will work directly under the MA Support and Development Director to support both the MA support and the External Relations teams. The role includes, but is not limited to, the following points and may include other specific project/donor future requests.

A. Execution of Projects, Regional Business Plans, and Strategic Activities:

- Support the MA Support and Development team and the External Relations team in executing activities through:

 - Raising procurement requisitions

 - Logistics coordination

- Manage shared resources and files, including:

 - Organizing resource folders

 - Maintaining an activity calendar and training schedule

 - Tracking candidates for trainings and workshops

 - Updating staff lists, MA lists, technical groups, and regional trainees email groups

 - Managing program files

- Organize trainings, events, and other activities.

- Assist in data collection, entry, analysis, and visualization for program reporting.

- Provide written translation and verbal interpretation from English to Arabic and French.

- Take notes during program trainings and activities and assist in preparing reports.

- Participate in program meetings for strategic planning and evaluation.

- Perform other duties as necessary to support programming.

B. Reporting:

- Assist AoCs, Business Analysts, and Learning and Development Advisors in collecting information and data from MAs and CPs.

- Help draft and assemble annual reports and funding proposals.

C. Any other tasks assigned by MA S&D director.

Key Skills/Expertise:

1. Graduate qualification in relevant fields (Law, Human rights, Gender, Sexual   andReproductive Health)

2. Expertise in sexual and reproductive health and gender equality, mainly in the Arab world

3. Fluency in English, French and Arabic is required.

4. Ability to write clearly and concisely in English and Arabic and ability todemonstrate experience writing reports for national and international networksand NGOs. 

5. Knowledge of the Arab World Region development and humanitarian context.

6. Strong organizational and time management skills, with the ability to multitask and meet tight deadlines.

7. Experience in reporting to donors.

8. Willingness to coordinate and work with team members within the region and from other regions, as well as Member Associations and other stakeholders.

9. Demonstrate an understanding of and commitment to safeguarding in both local and international contexts.

10. Ability and willingness to work in a diverse, multicultural, multilingual, and intergenerational environment that is anti-racist and respectful of others.

11. Passionate about sexual and reproductive health care rights and justice, including safe abortion, with an intersectional (pro) feminist perspective.

12. Supportive of people's rights regardless of sexuality or gender identity/expression, and supportive of workers' rights and access to health care in sex work.

 

To Apply Kindly send you Resume to : [email protected] 

Calling passionate experts to volunteer in combatting FGM

Join the IPPF FGM CHAMPIONS GROUP!

The International Planned Parenthood Federation - Arab World Region (IPPF AWR) is seeking to create a group of IPPF FGM Champions. It aims to provide FGM survivors with the necessary resources, backing, and opportunities to spearhead advocacy, outreach, and community engagement initiatives. This group will focus on survivor-centered approaches, prioritizing healing and restoring dignity to those affected by FGM, while empowering survivors to become change agents within their communities.

 

What are we looking for?

We are seeking FGM Survivors from countries affected by FGM practice.


Who should apply?
Individual FGM survivors and/or identified and proposed by IPPF and MAs Partners.

 The IPPF MAs and Partners are expected to assist IPPF AWRO in identifying FGM Champions group potential members, however, final approval of the applications will be made by IPPF AWRO.

Applications are welcomed from inside and outside the IPPF Federation.

 

How to apply?

If you are interested in joining the IPPF FGM CHAMPIONS GROUP, pleaseAPPLY BY

- Sending an email to Ms. Lamia Grar at this email address: [email protected], with subject: “IPPF FGM CHAMPIONS GROUP”, uncluding:

  • a short CV from the individual candidate

OR

  • a nomination from IPPF Member Associations of partners detailing the reasons for proposing the candidate.

The deadline for receiving your applications is 20th July 2024

FGM Champions group Terms_of_reference 

 

                                          Calling passionate experts to volunteer in combatting FGM

                             Join the IPPF FGM CENTER OF EXCELLENCE’S EXPERTS COMMITTEE!

 

The International Planned Parenthood Federation: Arab World Region (IPPF AWR), in collaboration with the FGM Centre of Excellence (CoE) in Mauritania and the Mauritanian Family Promotion Association (AMPF), are seeking qualified, dedicated experts to join the FGM Centre of excellence’s experts committee. This group will play a crucial role in giving technical advice to the IPPF AWRO and the FGM CoE based in Mauritania to formulate recommendations and lead global actions to materialize the IPPF FGM Theory of Change (ToC) and the IPPF framework for action to eliminate FGM worldwide through member associates and guide implementation according to the existing IPPF success indicators.

What are we looking for?

We are actively seeking a diverse group of volunteer individuals and representatives of IPPF member associations, secretariate and FGM global partners with relevant expertise in at least one of the main IPPF thematic areas of interventions: Social change, Advocacy, Partnerships, Services, awareness-raising, inclusion, and Research.  

Applications are welcomed from inside and outside the IPPF Federation. For more information please refer to the TORs (active link)

 

If you want to join the IPPF FGM Centre of Excellence’s EXPERTS COMMITTEE, please email your CV and a one-pager describing your motivations and interests to [email protected].

The deadline for receiving your applications is the 10th of July 2024

Job discerption (JD) 

Reporting and Support Officer 

Context

The Arab World Region of the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF AWR) is the leading organization providing Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) services in North Africa and the Middle East, and the foremost advocacy voice for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) in the region.

Several Member Associations (MAs) of the IPPF AWR have been funded by the Japanese government, primarily through supplementary budgets. In recent years, the total funding has amounted to nearly two million USD, supporting projects in various countries, including Palestine, Pakistan, Yemen, Lebanon, and Mauritania. In 2024, the Japanese government, through its supplementary budget, will fund MAs in Palestine, Yemen, and Sudan. Therefore, a dedicated team is needed to manage these projects.

• Location: Tunis  

• Contract: One-year renewable according to Tunisian law  

• Availability: July 2024 

• Reports to: MA Support and Development Director 

Purpose/Scope of Work

The Reporting and Support Officer will work directly under the MA Support and Development Director to support both the MA support and the External Relations teams. The role includes, but is not limited to, the following points and may include other specific project/donor future requests.

A. Execution of Projects, Regional Business Plans, and Strategic Activities:

- Support the MA Support and Development team and the External Relations team in executing activities through:

 - Raising procurement requisitions

 - Logistics coordination

- Manage shared resources and files, including:

 - Organizing resource folders

 - Maintaining an activity calendar and training schedule

 - Tracking candidates for trainings and workshops

 - Updating staff lists, MA lists, technical groups, and regional trainees email groups

 - Managing program files

- Organize trainings, events, and other activities.

- Assist in data collection, entry, analysis, and visualization for program reporting.

- Provide written translation and verbal interpretation from English to Arabic and French.

- Take notes during program trainings and activities and assist in preparing reports.

- Participate in program meetings for strategic planning and evaluation.

- Perform other duties as necessary to support programming.

B. Reporting:

- Assist AoCs, Business Analysts, and Learning and Development Advisors in collecting information and data from MAs and CPs.

- Help draft and assemble annual reports and funding proposals.

C. Any other tasks assigned by MA S&D director.

Key Skills/Expertise:

1. Graduate qualification in relevant fields (Law, Human rights, Gender, Sexual   andReproductive Health)

2. Expertise in sexual and reproductive health and gender equality, mainly in the Arab world

3. Fluency in English, French and Arabic is required.

4. Ability to write clearly and concisely in English and Arabic and ability todemonstrate experience writing reports for national and international networksand NGOs. 

5. Knowledge of the Arab World Region development and humanitarian context.

6. Strong organizational and time management skills, with the ability to multitask and meet tight deadlines.

7. Experience in reporting to donors.

8. Willingness to coordinate and work with team members within the region and from other regions, as well as Member Associations and other stakeholders.

9. Demonstrate an understanding of and commitment to safeguarding in both local and international contexts.

10. Ability and willingness to work in a diverse, multicultural, multilingual, and intergenerational environment that is anti-racist and respectful of others.

11. Passionate about sexual and reproductive health care rights and justice, including safe abortion, with an intersectional (pro) feminist perspective.

12. Supportive of people's rights regardless of sexuality or gender identity/expression, and supportive of workers' rights and access to health care in sex work.

 

To Apply Kindly send you Resume to : [email protected] 

Calling passionate experts to volunteer in combatting FGM

Join the IPPF FGM CHAMPIONS GROUP!

The International Planned Parenthood Federation - Arab World Region (IPPF AWR) is seeking to create a group of IPPF FGM Champions. It aims to provide FGM survivors with the necessary resources, backing, and opportunities to spearhead advocacy, outreach, and community engagement initiatives. This group will focus on survivor-centered approaches, prioritizing healing and restoring dignity to those affected by FGM, while empowering survivors to become change agents within their communities.

 

What are we looking for?

We are seeking FGM Survivors from countries affected by FGM practice.


Who should apply?
Individual FGM survivors and/or identified and proposed by IPPF and MAs Partners.

 The IPPF MAs and Partners are expected to assist IPPF AWRO in identifying FGM Champions group potential members, however, final approval of the applications will be made by IPPF AWRO.

Applications are welcomed from inside and outside the IPPF Federation.

 

How to apply?

If you are interested in joining the IPPF FGM CHAMPIONS GROUP, pleaseAPPLY BY

- Sending an email to Ms. Lamia Grar at this email address: [email protected], with subject: “IPPF FGM CHAMPIONS GROUP”, uncluding:

  • a short CV from the individual candidate

OR

  • a nomination from IPPF Member Associations of partners detailing the reasons for proposing the candidate.

The deadline for receiving your applications is 20th July 2024

FGM Champions group Terms_of_reference