National WASH Consultant - 3395694

  • National WASH Consultant Jobs in Sudan - 3395694

  • 10 - 11 Years
  • Sudan - Sudan
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Job Description

UNICEF works in some of the world s toughest places, to reach the world s most disadvantaged children To save their lives To defend their rights To help them fulfill their potentialAcross 190 countries and territories, we work for every child, everywhere, every day, to build a better world for everyoneAnd we never give upFor every child, access to safe waterAccelerated Sanitation and Water for All (ASWA II) intervention under Government of South Sudan (RoSS) -UNICEF WASH project, which is being implemented in 5 counties of South Sudan from November 2017 to December 2022 The key activities under ASWA II project are declaration and sustaining open defecation free environment, sanitation, and hygiene promotion through Community Approaches to Total Sanitation (CATS)Sanitation Marketing approaches; system strengthening, capacity development and scaling up drinking water safety through provision of safe water and development and implementation of Water Safety Plans (WSPs) for improving WASH facilities and improved WASH behaviour among the targeted communities, schools and health care facilities (HCF) State Directorate of rural water supply and sanitation in three states of former NBeG, Directorate sanitation), Education is two critical government partners who are implementing CLTS, Hygiene promotion, WSP, WASH in school using 3-stars approach and WASH in health care facilities with support from two implementing partners under UNICEF WASH projectAs part of the ASWA II intervention of ROSS-UNICEF WASH project, UNICEF is seeking the services of a national consultant to strengthening institutional capacity building for ODF verification and certification system, introduction of sanitation market development system during post ODF period in the targeted communities, site-specific appropriate designdrawings of WASH facilities for schools and HCF through capacity building of implementing agencies (States Directorate of Rural water and sanitation and NGOs) key staff, establishing operation and maintenance system for sustainability of the new WASH facilities provided from the project and local skill developmentObjectives of the assignment To analyse the constraint and bottleneck in the implementation of CLTS approach in terms of enabling environment, service delivery toolsapproaches, sector coordination, capacity, monitoring mechanisms, financing, supply and creating a demand in general Support the implementation of evaluation recommendations and scaling up of acces to sustainable basic sanitation services in the project areasSpecific Tasks Support the IP on ASWA ll information Management system, especailly collection, storage and reconciling of IP and UNICEF data to ensure effective data quality control In collaboration with IP ensure that households in ODF villages have hand washing facilities and support the updating of hand washing facilities data in both UNICEF and IP databases Follow up and facilitate the discussion and signing and implementation of sustainability compact with the three states Support and facilitate development of guideline, roles and responsibilities of staff in monitoring of the ASWA II in each of the three states Ensure that the government partners understand ASWA II outcome indicators and how to monitor them Support the Government and partners on updating relevant ASWA II database Provide technical support to partners on retanetion of ODF villages and construction of durable sanitation hand washing facilities Facilitate updating of ASWA II M&E guideline to include ODF retention rate monitoring procedures and with outlined roles and responsibilities Ensure that IP shares ASWA II guidance notes with the key IP staff including the WASH Manager and M&E officerDeliverablesOutputs1 Detailed workplan for the assignment, including clear and measurable milestonesEstablish and operationalize sanitation tasks force in 3 project counties at different level County, Payams and Boma) and ensure that they are trained and disseminating CLTS massages, facilitating ODF verification exercises, conducting post triggeringODF follow ups, acting as TOT to the IP key staff as well as capacity building of Rural water and sanitation committeesPayment term Payment will be done monthly upon satisfactory delivery of key tasks and submission of monthly progress reportGeneral Conditions Terms of payment Monthly payment upon submission of a monthly report detailing the completed deliverables for that month Note that final payment to a consultant is dependent on the submission of consultancy final reports In additional to consultancy fees, the consultant will be entitled for the applicable DSA and travel cost upon travelling to the project site outside of Aweil TownTo qualify as an advocate for every child you will have An advanced university degree (Master s) in Civil Engineering, Water and Sanitation Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Public Health, and Social science At least 10 years experience in the development field, preferably in the water and sanitation sector; Strong field implementation experience of the water supply, sanitation, faecal sludge, and waste management in rural, peri-urban and urban areas in South Sudan; Extensive experience in organizing and facilitating trainingmeetingworkshop seminarWASH BAT analysis Knowledge of public health and one or more other relevant areas (eg behaviour change, health promotion, community development, education, etc)

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Type:Company Job

Eligibility:Any Graduation.

Industry:NGO / Social Services / Community Services / Non-Profit

Function:HSE (Health / Safety / Environment)

Deadline:30th Nov 2024

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National WASH Consultant (Accelerated Sanitation and Water for All (ASWA II) Project) - Aweil South Sudan

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