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Deadline: 04 March, 2021

Location: Adjumani, Uganda

World Vision International is seeking to fill the role of Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning (MEAL) Assistant.

The mission of the organisation includes working with the poor and people who are oppressed as it promotes human transformation.


  • Take part in periodic project review meetings
  • Support monitoring and evaluation officer in the compilation of monthly, quarterly, biannual and annual reports through provision of timely accurate and updated data
  • Prepare monthly and quarterly activity progress report and submit to the monitoring and evaluation officer and child protection coordinator
  • Oversee the documentation of best practices, lessons learnt, assessment reports
  • Prepare and submit biweekly project progress reports
  • Ensure proper filing of project documents and reports
  • Participate and represent MEAL team in quarterly reflection meetings with project team
  • Perform routine monitoring of field activities (data collection, processing and entry) and assist in both quantitative and qualitative analysis and preparation of draft monitoring and evaluation reports that will allow for an enhanced output analysis
  • Take lead in conducting all programme assessments to assess the project outcomes and provide actionable recommendations to improve the programme
  • Participate in the setup of a robust community help desk as a forum to receive community issues and provide timely feedback
  • Document human interest and success stories to facilitate qualitative outcomes of the intervention on the beneficiaries including best practices and lessons learnt


  • Bachelor’s degree in Statistics, Quantitative Economics, Computer and I.T., Social Sciences, Development Studies, or a related field (additional training in Monitoring and Evaluation will be a plus)
  • Three years, minimum, of relevant experience with international organisations in research, monitoring and evaluation of and reporting on development programmes
  • Two years, minimum, of practical experience in designing and implementing monitoring and evaluation activities for either livelihood, education and child protection
  • Experience in working with interagency data protection protocol
  • Experience in research and assessment in humanitarian situation, including planning
  • Experience with community, stakeholders, children work and coordination
  • Working knowledge of humanitarian industry including sphere standards, NGO code of conduct and humanitarian charter
  • Ability to work with different partners, local authorities, local organisations and NGOs to develop and maintain positive relationships
  • Keen interest and enthusiasm in working for and with children
  • Relevant experience in data input/data clerk
  • Awareness of children’s rights
  • Very strong communication skills
  • Cross-cultural sensitivity, flexible world view, emotional maturity and physical stamina

To apply and for more information, click here.

Photo source: World Vision


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