Akwaba Mousso

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Project coordinator

    1. Job description

    Project coordinator at the Akwaba Mousso Center
    Care for women and children who are victims of violence

    Presentation of the structure

    The main objectives of the Akwaba Mousso association are to:

    • To offer free, caring and confidential coordinated holistic care to survivors of GBV, including medical, psychological, legal, judicial, self-esteem enhancement, autonomy and vocational guidance, and case management follow-up;
    • To provide the most vulnerable women and their children with a safe, functional shelter;
    • Conduct information, prevention and community outreach activities on women’s fundamental rights, to help change social norms and make GBV unacceptable;
    • Generate new knowledge on tools and methodologies to improve the holistic care of GBV survivors, as well as on women’s health issues (sexual and reproductive health and rights – SRHR; menstrual hygiene).

    Main mission

    Reporting to the Executive Director, the Project Coordinator plays a central role in the implementation and coordination of the NGO’s projects, operating a care center for women and children who are victims of violence. The aim of the project coordinator is to ensure that projects are carried out efficiently, in line with the NGO’s framework documents and donor requirements, by assigning clear missions to project managers, ensuring rigorous monitoring of their work and regular reporting. She also has advanced skills in monitoring and evaluation to guarantee the quality and impact of interventions.

    Responsibilities and tasks

    2.project planning and implementation

    • Participate in strategic project planning in collaboration with NGO management.
    • Develop and ensure the effective implementation of projects, guaranteeing their alignment with the NGO’s objectives, ensuring regular monitoring of activities and meeting set deadlines.
    • Update the Akwaba Mousso program’s various framework documents in line with projects (logical framework in particular).
    • Respect the theory of change and other Akwaba Mousso framework documents.

    3.Internal and external coordination

    • Work closely with project managers to ensure consistency and complementarity.
    • Establish and coordinate partnerships with other organizations, both governmental and non-governmental, to maximize project impact.

    4 Setting up follow-up

    • Define clear missions and specific objectives for each project manager.
    • Clarify responsibilities and expectations to ensure a shared understanding of objectives.
    • Set up tools to monitor project managers’ activities

    5.monitoring and assessment

    • Set up monitoring mechanisms to assess project effectiveness, including relevant indicators.
    • Collect and analyze qualitative and quantitative data to measure project results and impacts.
    • Ensure regular data collection and production of follow-up reports.

    6.resource management

    • Manage resources allocated to projects, ensuring efficient use of budgets.
    • Ensure that project managers have the resources they need to achieve their objectives.

    7.communication and reporting

    • Ensure smooth communication with management, partners and donors.
    • Produce regular reports on project progress and results achieved.

    Skills required

    • 5 years’ higher education in a relevant field (project management, political science, social science, etc.).
    • Significant experience (at least 5 years) in project management, preferably in the field of women’s and children’s rights protection.
    • Advanced skills in monitoring and evaluation, with a proven ability to set up effective monitoring systems.

    Personal qualities

    • Commitment to the NGO’s mission and sensitivity to issues related to violence against women and children.
    • Initiative, creativity and problem-solving skills.
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

    Working conditions

    Location: Palmeraie, Cocody, Abidjan

    Full-time: office hours, flexible as needed.

    Contract: service provision, then fixed-term contract for one year, renewable

    Salary to be discussed depending on experience.

    This job description may evolve according to the needs of the Akwaba Mousso Center.

    Send your application (CV, covering letter and two references to recrutement@akwabamousso.org) by January 8, 2024.

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    Notre centre est situé dans la commune de Cocody, à Abidjan.
    Si vous êtes victime de violence et que vous voulez prendre un rendez-vous, appelez le
    07 69 84 84 84 ou laissez-nous un message SMS ou Whatsapp.
    Vous pouvez aussi envoyer un mail sur notre courriel confidentiel bonjour@akwabamousso.org

    Vous pouvez aussi contacter :

    1308, numéro vert mis en place par le Comité national de lutte contre les violences faites aux femmes et aux enfants
    – la Ligue ivoirienne des Droits des Femmes au 0757204456

    En attendant, vous pouvez contacter :
    – le 1308, numéro vert mis en place par le Comité national de lutte contre les violences faites aux femmes et aux enfants
    – la Ligue ivoirienne des Droits des Femmes au 0757204456
    – Stop au chat noir au 0787859443
    – le Collectif des Activistes de Côte d’Ivoire

     

    Our center is located in the Cocody district of Abidjan. If you are a victim of violence and would like to make an appointment, please call +225 07 69 84 84 84 or leave us an SMS or Whatsapp message. You can also send an e-mail to bonjour@akwabamousso.org

    You can also contact: :

     

    – the 1308, toll-free number set up by the National Committee for the fight against violence against women and children

    – the Ivorian league for Women’s rights at +225 0757204456

     

    Nous sommes en train de lever des fonds pour ouvrir notre centre au plus vite et pouvoir venir en aide aux survivantes de violences.