Monitoring & Evaluation Officer(782 Views)
Advocates Law is enacted based on article 31 of Afghanistan Constitution to regulate related affairs of advocates. It was approved based by decree No 111 dated 25.11.2007. And pursuant to paragraph 16 of article 64 and article 100 of the constitution and decision of mixed delegations of National Assembly, it consists of 5 chapters and 44 articles. New law required, Ministry of Justice was obliged under the Advocates Law to take necessary measures within 3 months to establish the Afghanistan Independent Bar Association. As a result the first general assembly of AIBA was held from 27-Jul-2008 up to 30-Jul-2008., the first general assembly approved the by-laws of AIBA and the president, vice presidents, leadership councils and monitoring board of AIBA were elected. A Bar Association was established for the first time in Afghanistan as a separate/independent administration not under MOJ. The AIBA has started providing legal services as a non-governmental and independent institution. Based on Article No 38 of AIBA law, the by-law of AIBA is registered in MOJ (No. (1340) dated 23-Nov-2008).
As stated in the Constitution of Afghanistan under Article 31, the Government of Afghanistan is obliged to provide free legal aid for the disadvantaged. In order to meet this obligation the legal aid department ( LAD ) of the MOJ is charged with providing free legal aid to indigent citizens.
In order to accelerate and quick impacts on people’s lives there has been signed a three partite MOU between MOJ,UNDP and AIBA the Legal Aid Grant Facility LAGF is established to enable all Defense Attorneys registered at the Afghanistan Independent Bar Association to apply for legal aid for those cases that require financial support.
Monitoring & Evaluation officer will be responsible for the management of the M&E framework and will oversee all monitoring, the M&E officer is responsible for supporting the overall coordination of the monitoring & evaluation of the ( Legal Aid Grant Facility ) project.
|Date Posted:||11 Nov 2017||Reference:||AIBA-M-98|
|Closing Date:||18 Nov 2017||Work Type:||Full Time|
|Number of Vacancies:||1||Gender:||Any|
|Functional Area:||M & E||Open Ended:||NO|
|Nationality:||Afghan||Salary Range:||As per NTA Salary Scale Policy|
|Contract Type:||Fixed-term||Years of Experience:||3 Year(s)|
|Contract Duration:||0 Year(s) & 2 Month(s)||Extension Possibility:||Yes|
|Probation Period:||3 Months|
Duties and Responsibilities
• To Lead the design and implementation of M&E performance plan and tools for the project.
• To Program Quality and accountability checklist
• To set key indicators for LAGF project.
• To maintain and develop accurate Monitoring information, analyzing data for Senior Management.
• To maintain accurate Project Evaluation Plan in accordance with the reporting needs by Donors and board of management
• To prepare Program Quality and performance checklist
• To submit monthly, quarterly and progress reports
• To perform other duties as per directed by supervisor and line manager
Travels to Provinces
Require Travels to Provinces
Fluent spoken and written skills in Official Languages and English
Strong report writing and good communication skills
Able to use Micro soft programs including Ms. Word, Excel Separate Sheet, Ms Access
University degree in relevant field.
5 years of experience in M & E field and program implementation
Afghanistan - Kabul
Bachelors Degree, General
All candidates with above qualification and experiences are encouraged to apply via e mail to AIBA HR at following mail, . Please send your C.V plus cover letter and subject line the title of position you applied for no later than as close date of November 18 217, only short listed candidates will be called for test and interview.
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