WaterAid is an international non-governmental organisation. Our mission is to transform lives by improving access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) in the world’s poorest communities. WaterAid works by helping local organisations and governments to set up low cost and sustainable WASH solutions that can be managed by the community itself. WaterAid also seeks to influence the policies of other key organisations, such as governments, to secure and protect the right of poor people to safe, affordable water and sanitation services.
The Kowledge Management Coordinator will support Policy and Advocacy team to build evidence and documentation for our work and disseminate results both internally and externally to enhancing the sector influencing the capacity of WaterAid in Pakistan (WAP) and its implementing partners. The KM Coordinator will be responsible for synthesising current evidence, and programmatic best practices and lessons learned to share with program staff, implementing partners, media and sector stakeholders.
Key Working Relationships
· Organise current programmatic knowledge (best practices, lessons learned, and results achieved) across programmes
· Develop annotate bibliography and perform preliminary literature reviews and secondary analysis
· Capture, document and translate programme results into lessons and knowledge products, allowing for iteration and continuous improvement of the programmes.
Research and Documentation
· Contribute to designing and delivering policy-relevant research, policy recommendations and policy briefings.
· Identify, archive and sharing of national and subnational WASH data and information to support the development of media stories, policy briefs, and infographics.
· Support in communication and dissemination of programme publications inside and outside WaterAid.
Eligibilities and requirements
Education: Post-graduate / Masters’ degree in development studies, public policy or development economics
WaterAid is an international not-for-profit, determined to make clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene normal for everyone, everywhere within a generation. Since we started in 2006 in Pakistan, we’ve remained resolutely focused on tackling these three essentials that transform people’s lives. ...Read More