Job Title: – LWF Uganda Jobs 2022 Project Assistant (Child Protection)
Organization: Lutheran World Federation (LWF) Uganda
Job Location: Adjumani, Lamwo and Obongi, Uganda
Reports to: Project Officer (Child Protection)
Lutheran World Federation (LWF) Uganda Limited Profile:
LWF World Service is the humanitarian and development arm of the Lutheran World Federation. We are a widely recognized, international, faith-based organization working in over 20 countries. We seek to bring people of all backgrounds together in the common quest for justice, peace, and reconciliation in an increasingly complex and fragmented world. Lutheran World Federation (LWF) Uganda is part of the LWF World Service and we are currently supporting Congolese and South-Sudanese refugees living in settlements in the districts of Kamwenge, Adjumani, Moyo, Kyangwali and Lamwo respectively.
Under the guidance of the Project Officer – Child Protection, the Project Assistant – Child Protection will provide grassroots case management support to children with specific needs through case identification, assessment, registration, documentation, Case planning, case plan implementation (including direct services, referrals, and FTR), follow- up/monitoring, case closure and verification of the children in the system. The PA-CP will generate reports in different forms, share data/ information with respect to the information sharing protocol and assume the responsibilities given under the purpose in accordance with a well-defined framework of policies and procedures under immediate supervision.
Roles and Responsibilities:
Project planning, Implementation, and Coordination.
- With support from the different CBCPS and community, identify children with different protection concerns and update the protection situation relating to UASC and vulnerable children in the assigned location of duty.
- Conduct registration and assessment of children with protection concerns in regard to the BIP process to assess their risks and needs.
- Develop a case plan for each case identified with support from the child, family, and CPCs to help identify the services or support they would require.
- Ensure timely implementation of case plan developed through direct (e.g. PFA, mediation, skills building, and giving resources), indirect services, and support through the use of the referral pathway for other services and coordination of multiple services through case conference.
- Regularly follow-up and monitor children with protection concerns to assess progress and additional needs
- Review and (where necessary) modify plans in case of changes or persistence of risk of an individual child
- Close the cases of UASC and vulnerable children following the evaluation (if the goals have been met and there are no new protection concerns).
- Verify all the cases allocated to (a child with BIA in the system) in the zone to confirm the presence of the child within the settlement.
- Identify, document, and keep a record of all the foster parents and children in the alternative care arrangement in the respective Zones.
- Actively participate and represent the organization at the zonal coordination meetings and other interagency activities in the Zones.
- Conduct awareness sessions in the community on child rights and responsibilities, prevention and response services for children, and referral mechanisms.
- Work with community leaders and the child protection committee to support children.
- Link children and families to service providers with the support of Case Management Supervisor.
- Develop work plan, implement, monitor, and evaluate child protection activities and provide timely activity/weekly reports to the Supervisor.
Technical and Capacity Building;
- Report daily, weekly and monthly on cases of UASC and vulnerable children and progress against case plan through case forms, case conferences, and urgent cases through note for file (within24 hours).
- Conduct Comprehensive case management using ProGres V4
- Maintain standards for child participation, including data confidentiality, and filing and maintaining case history reports.
- Support the Case Management Supervisor and Senior Child Protection officer in maintaining and updating the case management system.
- Build the capacity of community-based structures (Incentive workers, Child Protection Committees, Block Leaders, and foster parents) through mentorship and training to ensure that rights and welfare of children are maintained.
- Provide support supervision to the Incentive workers and Child Protection Committees in the respective Zone.
- Ensure dissemination of referral pathways within the community.
- Strengthen the capacities of CBCPS through training, planning, and feedback meetings on CP services and referral pathways.
- Liaise and build capacities of CBFs in other sectors for a multi-sectorial CP response and effective monitoring of case-by-case progress.
- Undertake other related duties as may reasonably be assigned by the Supervisor.
Minimum Qualifications for LWF Uganda Jobs 2022
How To Apply for LWF Uganda Jobs 2022
All Interested candidates should apply online at the link below
Deadline: 6 th May 2022
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