Did job with different NGOs and work on schools establishment, women empowerment and on girls education in khyber and North Waziristan Agency.
• Follow up implementation of curriculum and accordingly report on gaps and shortages, recommending remedial measures
• Participate in formation of youth groups, and identify their role and responsibilities.
• Strengthen relation with TDP’s’ community and hosting community stakeholders and other community groups and seek their support to the educational program.
• Enhance chances of children enrollment into schools through organizing a promotion campaign covering all TDP’s and hosting community with in the intervention area.
• Supervise daily teaching activities and advise the Project Manager on the training needs of teachers
• Follow up on daily bases teachers’ attendance, and monitor and keep records of students’ daily attendance.
• Perform such other related duties as may be required.
Make arrangements including venue, date, time and hospitality for Women’s Competition Committee (WCC) meetings.
Send adequate notice of WCC meetings.
Collect and collaborate reports from WCC committee members as required.
Prepare the agenda for WCC meetings and organize meeting minutes to be taken.
Report at all Management Committee meetings.
Represent the women’s part of the club at local, regional, state and national levels.
Act as a facilitator for club activities.
Ensure the planning and budgeting for the future that will be carried out in accordance with the willing of the members.
Ensure that the Women’s Competition Committee members are actively participating in their roles.
Be an effective communicator within the Club, the Management Committee and the WCC.
Liaise with the Club President and the Men’s Coordinator on a regular basis.
Organize a member of the WCC to be the Women’s Umpiring Coordinator and assist/support them as necessary.
Manage with the assistance of the WCC, including selection and appointment of coaches and managers.
Advise General Manager in a timely fashion regarding when trainings are required.
Manage with the assistance of the WCC members selections.
Arrange support for members required to appear at a judiciary as and when required. Knowledge and Skills have ideally required for Women’s Coordinator and the Women’s Assistant Coordinator are people who possess following characteristics:
Can communicate effectively
Are well informed about all organization activities
Are aware of the future directions and plans of members
Have a good working knowledge of the constitution, rules and the duties of all office holders and subcommittees
Act as a supportive leader for all members
Have a rapport with committee and club members
• Undertake Protection monitoring activities, conduct interviews and operations in the field. Monitor, analyze and provide reports on the protection conditions.
• Identify protection gaps and interventions including Review reports from the field.
• Organize/actively participate in the Regional and State Protection Working Group and other relevant meetings; Draft minutes, convene meetings and support the 2 inter-agencies for collaborative response in coordination with UN agencies and other NGOs.
• Organize/facilitate relevant protection training activities: Organize workshops for government officials, local/community and leaders in order to build their capacity and encourage affective protection networks.
• Advocate with the government and other actors to take appropriate measures towards remedy violations and address the protection.
• Provide support, guidance and assistance to protection and field staff in all the field offices based on protection priorities, issues and concerns.
• Collecting, compiling and analyzing reports from Project Managers, Coordinators and helping in consolidating these reports.
• Collecting and consolidating various studies, success stories, and maintaining a proper record of all documentaries.
• Guide the process for identifying and designing the key indicators for each component, record and report physical progress.
• Also steer the process for designing the format of such progress reports.
• Clarify the core information needs of central project management.
• With stakeholders, set out the framework and procedures for the evaluation of project activities.
• Review the quality of existing social and economic data in the project area, the methods for collecting it and the degree to which it will provide good baseline statistics for impact evaluation
• Conduct protection monitoring through regular field visits, observation, coordination with community structures and Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) to identify the security issues of IDPs
Assess protection needs of IDPs to identify risks and vulnerabilities, including those related to gender and age. In coordination with Senior Protection Officer, we focus towards developing concrete strategies/initiatives to reduce these risks.
Contributing and building on community capacities within the affected population as to strengthen the capacity of displaced communities and other vulnerable groups to protect themselves is our prime motive.
Collect information on basic living conditions and specific issues of concern among the camp residents, including information related to access to shelter, food, healthcare, clean water and hygiene, education, safety and government services.
Gather, verify, analyze and report information on protection incidents and concerns on a daily basis.
After identification of protection issues, we separately record each incident and protection concern using humanitarian reporting format of organization and PDAs.
Identify and strengthen appropriate service providers for referral of cases and case management services. Respond appropriately either by referring beneficiaries/survivor to related service providers/authorities. Maintaining clear records of all referrals, follow-ups and case outcomes as necessary.
Coordinate with humanitarian organization Legal Officers and Community Service staff to ensure strong coordination with Protection Beneficiary Committees (PBC) and other community including Government groups to identify the protection concerns and appropriate concrete actions are taken in response.
Identify potential partnerships that leads to implement protection strategies (for example, psychosocial and peer support, etc) and interventions helping in coordination with the Senior Protection Officer.