- Organization: UNDP
- Location: Sudan
- Type: Full Time
- Job Title: Gender/GBV Programme Analyst
- Close on: 6 Mar 2023
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is a United Nations agency that was established in 1965. Its primary mission is to help countries achieve sustainable development by providing technical assistance, policy advice, and support for capacity building.
UNDP operates in more than 170 countries and territories and focuses on several areas of development, including poverty reduction, democratic governance, environmental sustainability, and crisis prevention and recovery. The organization works closely with governments, civil society organizations, and the private sector to develop and implement programs that promote inclusive and sustainable growth.
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UNDP’s work includes promoting gender equality and empowering women, strengthening institutions and promoting human rights, and addressing the challenges of climate change and natural disasters. The organization is funded by voluntary contributions from governments, foundations, and private sector partners and operates with the goal of creating a world where all people can live in dignity, free from poverty and inequality.
About UNjobs-Gender / GBV Programme Analyst
The Gender/GBV program Analyst provides overall management, programmatic and technical support in Gender/(GBV) programming prevention and response in the context of IDPs, refugees, and host communities to ensure strong partnership and collaboration. The Gender/GBV program Analyst reports to the UNFPA Deputy Representative of the Sudan Country Office and is under the direct supervision and day-to-day support of the UNFPA GBV program Specialist/head of Gender GBV and youth unit. In order to meet the needs of survivors and effect positive social norm change regarding FGM and child/early marriage, this response involves close collaboration with the health, psychosocial, protection, and legal sectors.
UNjobs-Gender / GBV Programme Analyst Requirments
- An advanced degree with 2 years experience or a bachelor’s degree with 4 years’ experience.
- At least 2 years of experience in increasing responsibilities in Gender/GBV-related areas, ideally, and management of Gender Programmes.
- English proficiency is necessary, Arabic knowledge is highly desirable, and French knowledge is advantageous.