- Salary Offer Base on Budget
- Experience Minimum one year experience in relevant fields
- Number of Vacancies 2
- Contract Duration -8 months with possibility of extension ,but the probation period is 3 month
- Contract Type Short-Term
- Required Languages Pashto, Dari, English
- Reference 066
- Gender Male/Female
- Nationality Afghan
- Extension Possibility Yes
- Probation Period 3 Months
- Close Date April 27, 2021
- Education Minimum 14th class or Bachelor’s degree in a relevant subject such as public health, medical, educat
Citizen Organization for Advocacy and Resilience, COAR (formally Coordination of Afghan Relief) CoAR is an Afghan, independent, non-political, non-sectarian, and non-for profit organization established in 1989 and registered formally with the ministry of Economy. COAR actively bridging between donors of humanitarian aid and rural Afghan communities severely affected by almost four decades of wars, internal conflicts, natural and manmade disasters, and complexities. COAR endeavors to reach the unreached and embark on strengthening local coping mechanisms to enable communities to find durable local solutions to their local problems and encourage self-reliance and sustainability. COAR works with communities to proactively utilize their own scarce and limited resource the most efficient and effective way and discourage a culture of aid dependency, except in times of disasters and extreme poverty. COAR has maintained the access of beneficiaries to basic services with strict observation of humanitarian principles of Independence, Neutrality and Impartiality in practice.
- mplement the CLTS using the Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) tools with the villagers of target communities
- Facilitate sessions with communities in realizing the negative hygienic and sanitary behaviors replaced with positive ones
- Walk throughout the village and interact with all villagers facilitating a rapid change in the attitude of villagers
- Vigorous follow up from the communities they are triggered
- Effective use of IEC materials in the target villages and their follow up
- Conduct hygiene education sessions for the villagers inside the village or at the district or provincial level
- Conduct community hygiene awareness and sanitary campaigns
- Provide technical advice to the villagers in building sanitary latrine
- Record day to day progress made by villagers in their village and reporting to his/her supervisor
- Establish mutual and good relationship with the Community Development Councils (CDCs) and other influential leaders of the target villages
- Provide WASH engineer with success stories and photos from special occasions and progresses
- Reporting on regular basis to the supervisor
- Established CLTS committees trained and execute the CLTS in the communities
- Having information about techniques related to Change of Behavior
- Any other duties as assigned by your manager
- Minimum 14th class or Bachelor’s degree in a relevant subject such as public health, medical, education, social sciences or a closed related field.
- Good communication skills and ability to well in a team.
- Understanding of gender issue.
- Minimum one year experience in relevant fields.
- · Excellent ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the local population.
- · Ability to travel remote villages.
- Qualified candidates may send their applications, including a cover letter, and CV to CoAR Human resource department to this email address:email@example.com
- The application must be received by 27-04-2021
- Application received after the closing date will not be considered
- The subject line of the email must be (CLTS-Facilitator VN 0066) otherwise your application may not be considered
- Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for the test and interview
- CoAR is an equal opportunity to the employer all ethnic groups and both genders are urged to apply