Country: South Sudan
Project: Improved living conditions and psychosocial support in the Context of flight and displacement in South Sudan
Publication date: September 21, 2022
Deadline: October 3, 2022
Duration: 22 month, 400 working days between January 2023 and October 2024
Start: January 1, 2023
Location: Based in Juba with extensive travel to Yei and Magwi
Please apply only if you fulfill the qualification requirements.
Please send your application and CV in English with an indication of your last salary/fee rate to Ms Elke Stelz: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Ms Elke Stelz, email@example.com
Education/training: University degree (Diplom/Master) in social sciences, social work, psychology, public health, political science or a similar field of study
Languages: English, C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages; Arabic, C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
General professional experience: 15 years professional experience in the agricultural sector
Specific professional experience: 10 years of professional experience in organisational development
Leadership/management experience: 10 years of leadership and management experience as team leader in projects or executive in companies
DC experience: 5 years of experience in DC projects
The project objective is: "The nutritional, economic and psychosocial living conditions of returnees, IDPs and members of host communities are improved". The project will operate in the two regions of Yei and Magwi. 3 outputs and the following key activities:
Output 1: The capacities of smallholder households are strengthened in terms of agricultural production and nutrition are strengthened.
Output 2: The provision of needs-based, gender, context and conflict sensitive qualification measures for returnees, internally displaced persons, and members of host communities host communities, in particular women and youth, in the agricultural sector is improved.
Output 3: Governmental and non-governmental local actors have improved capacity to provide psychosocial support to IDPs, returnees and the vulnerable host population.
The aim of this new technical cooperation project is to
1) increase the production, diversity and quality of food and to provide advice on improved nutrition,
2) implement education and qualification measures to improve the opportunities of young adults to generate income and strengthen their everyday resilience. Furthermore,
3) increase the well-being of local people through psychosocial offers in the context of violence, flight and lack of perspective.