National Project Coordinator - EIIP. NOB (DC), Kampala
PROSPECTS Programme in Uganda
The PPROSPECTS Programme in Uganda aims to achieve the overall impact of improved sustainable living conditions for women, men, girls and boys in refugee and vulnerable host communities in Uganda by 2023. The theory of change stipulates that this will happen IF the programme results in:
An increased number of women, men, girls and boys in refugee and host communities with quality education, relevant skills and knowledge for school, life and transition to decent work.
An increased number of women and men in refugee and host communities with enhanced livelihoods and/or employment in safe/decent work
Increased protection and inclusion for women, men, girls and boys in refugee and host communities
First level university degree in a technical field related to Civil Engineering, Development, Economics or another related discipline
Three years' experience in infrastructure sector, rural economic development and proven experience on employment intensive approaches. Knowledge of local government structures and their operations, governments' refugee response programmes and modus operandi is an added advantage.