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Central African Republic

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Bachelor Degree
Central African Republic

Short Information:

  • Organization: WFP
  • Location: Central African Republic
  • Type: Full Time
  • Job Title: Information Management-Reporting Officer
  • Close on:  22 Mar 2023

About Organization

The World Food Programme (WFP) is the leading humanitarian organization fighting hunger worldwide. It was established in 1961 and is headquartered in Rome, Italy. The organization is a part of the United Nations system and works to provide food assistance to people affected by conflicts, natural disasters, and other emergencies.

WFP works in over 80 countries, providing food assistance to around 100 million people each year. The organization’s work is divided into two main areas: emergency assistance and development assistance. In emergency situations, WFP provides food assistance to people who are in urgent need of food due to conflicts, natural disasters, or other emergencies. In development settings, WFP works to help communities build resilience to food insecurity and achieve food security.

WFP’s operations are funded entirely by voluntary contributions from governments, companies, and individuals. The organization has won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2020 for its efforts to combat hunger and improve conditions for peace in conflict-affected areas.

About UN Jobs-Information Management- Reporting Officer

JOB TITLE: Information Management Officer (IMO) for Food Security Cluster/Sector
TYPE OF CONTRACT: Regular Consultant
UNIT/DIVISION: Security Cluster
DUTY STATION (City, Country): Various locality, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC


The Consultant will be accountable for the following tasks under the direct direction of the Director of Security Cluster:

  • Support the HNO preparation: work with the FSC-CC and members to calculate FSC Pin and severity; provide FS contributions for intersectoral analysis (based on JIAF) including participating in the analysis of the severity of needs and intersectoral Pin definition;
  • Support the development, together with the FSC-CC and in consultation with cluster partners, of the FSC response plans, strategy and log frame (e.g. HRP), including definition of targets and financial requirement, and FSC HPC online system for project submission;
  • Support in the periodic monitoring of the response against the FSC response plans, strategy and logframe;
  • Develop and maintain database about FSC partners’ activities (both ongoing and planned), ensure accurate data processing, including data cleaning and beneficiary counting system
  • Analyse the collected data, identify major gaps in terms of geographic locations, population groups (e.g., IPC phases) and well as levels of assistance (e.g., full vs partial rations). Ensure analysis of planned interventions to facilitate operational coordination and identify areas for increased advocacy and fundraising
  • Ensure that the information and analyses are visualised and shared through appropriate IM / communication tools and channels: static and interactive dashboards, bulletins / newsletters, sitreps, PPT for partners meetings and donor roundtables, etc.
  • Put in place a funding tracking system within the FSC, so as to have up-to-date and reliable information on funding of FS activities (on top of FTS data if / as needed)
  • Develop a calendar of FS-related assessments, compile an inventory (registry and repository) of available assessments and provide FSC partners (and IPC/CH where applicable) with a list of available information/data with respective sources on a regular basis (e.g. common Cluster / Sector data sets, including population data disaggregated by age and sex, assessments and other surveys such as EFSA /CFSAM/SMART, IPC/CH);
  • Responsible for FSC “admin”: create and maintain Contact directories and mailing lists, maintain updated FSC country and the FSC Humanitarian Response webpages with all relevant material; Create and maintain the country FSC SharePoint space; Assist in organizing FSC Meetings and working groups (if applicable), share agenda, produce minutes etc.
  • Conduct capacity building for FSC partners on IM (e.g. on monitoring / reporting formats, indicators, project submission, excel use);
  • Together with the FSC-CC, support GFSC initiatives, e.g. CCPM (Cluster Coordination Performance Monitoring), global cluster annual overview, global dashboards, etc.;
  • Liaise with OCHA and IM Focal Points in other clusters, attend IM Working Group meetings or other relevant WG meetings; Support FSC-CC in coordinating with other clusters, highlighting joint responses in dedicated IM products if/as needed

Requirements of UN Jobs-Information Management- Reporting Officer


  • a university degree or its equivalent, preferably in statistics, economics, data management, geographic information systems, or a related discipline;


  • Minimum of 3 years of experience in data management and visualization*.
  • Experience in humanitarian context is mandatory and experience in food security-related topics is highly desirable.


Working knowledge of English and knowledge of another official UN language (with working-level proficiency in French, Spanish, or Arabic desirable);

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