Programme Policy Officer (Markets Facilitator)
For cash recipients to realize maximum benefits of the transfer value for improved food and nutrition security, there is a need to ensure that their local markets respond to an increased demand for commodity items in terms of volume, diversity, quality, safety and pricing. In northern Uganda, WFP programmes are mostly located in remote rural areas where market systems are not developed.
Advanced university degree in one of the following disciplines: social sciences, international development, development economics or another related field like international relations, commerce, agricultural economics, or humanitarian studies.
At least 5 years of solid progressively responsible professional work experience with evidence of innovation in market systems and cash-based programming