|Date Posted:||Sep 11, 2019|
|Closing Date:||Sep 17, 2019|
|Work Type:||Full Time|
|Number of Vacancies:||1|
|Functional Area:||Database Developing|
|Salary Range:||As per company salary scaleAF|
|Years of Experience:||1 Year|
|Contract Type:||Short Term|
The Women’s Economic Empowerment National Priority Program (WEE-NPP) works to provide enabling environment for women’s economic empowerment by improving the quality and use of gender statistics, provision of training on job skills and financial literacy, provide financial support to women-owned businesses, reforming policy and planning and reducing regulatory barriers to women’s involvement in the market through 14 Ministries and Agencies. Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs (MoLSA) has formed a specialized Women’s Economic Empowerment Coordination Office to support the implementing ministries and agencies as they implement the program. Currently the functions of the PCO is funded through World Bank Program Preparation Grant (PPG).
WEE-NPP and Citizen’s Charter are jointly working to turn manual Women’s Mobility Maps into digital database. The purpose of this internship is to work under the guidance of a Data Digitization and Analysis Officer to turn a manual Women’s Mobility Map developed by Citizen’s Charter National Priority Program into a digital database, as well as gain hands on experience in data entry and analysis.
What is Women’s Mobility Map?
Women Mobility Map is one of the Citizen’s Charter participatory tools used in the social mobilization for the communities which is done with the women’s members of the community from poor and very poor households in order to identify women’s movement in their Mohallas (communities), villages, districts, provinces and beyond and with whom they move (alone, with other women, with moharrams) and how frequently they go there.
The potential use of the Women’s Mobility Map include
- The women’s mobility mapping will help to understand the norms around women’s movements, what they can and cannot do
- Women’s mobility – or lack of – influences their world views and can open up possibilities or restrict possibilities to better understand the economy, society, culture, etc. This can be important for Social Organizers when they explore possibilities of economic activities with women and will ensure that economic activities are suitable to the local context
- It will help us understand the difference between younger women and older women
- It will tell us about their access to basic services, and their patterns of labor force participation
Requires travel to provinces:
Duties & Responsibilities:
Main Duties and responsibilities
Under the guidance and supervision of the Data Digitization and Analysis Officer, the interns will:
· Compile, sort and organize Maps to be digitized, and entered into the CCAP database system
· Perform data entry into the CCAP database system according to the policy guideline
· Prepare daily progress report
· Perform extensive database related verification checks on the data for accuracy, completeness and quality
· Keep information confidential
· Review data for deficiencies or errors, correct any incompatibilities if possible and check outputs on regular basis.
Job Location:Afghanistan, Kabul
QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:
· University Degree preferably in computer science, economics, social sciences or other relevant fields with no experience or less than 14 months experience
· Excellent typing skills
· Knowledge of MS Office Package and Data entry
· Ability to pay close attention to the details of data
· Organization skills, with an ability to stay focused on assigned tasks.