Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer NGO Jobs – Children’s Rights and Violence Prevention (CRVPF)

Organization: Children’s
Rights and Violence Prevention (CRVPF)
Duty Station: 
Kampala, Uganda
Reports to: Executive
About US:
Children’s Rights
and Violence Prevention Fund (CRVPF) is a regional intermediary organization
with a mission to prevent violence against children and support adolescent
girls to have their own space, make their own choices and decisions. CRVPF
provides grants and capacity building support to CBO’s and local NGO’s directly
working with children, adolescents, families, communities and schools. CRVPF
grant making focuses on Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia and Kenya. CRVPF promote
cluster grant making strategy and encourages CBO’s and local NGO’s to work
jointly in one geographic/project area to have maximum impact and reach.
About CRVPF Program:
CRVPF has two major
grant making programs. The first one is Violence Against Children (VAC)
Prevention Program focusing on primary prevention strategy. CRVPF provides
grants and encourage partners to work; 1) At family levels, a) to enhance
skillful parenting, b) Improving family relationship by working with men and
women, and c) addressing household poverty 2) at community levels working with
a) formal and informal community structures and b) community based media groups,
3) In school, a) promoting the safe school programs. The second program is the
Adolescent Girls Power Program that supports adolescent girls to have their own
space to make their choices and decisions. The program supports CBO’s and local
NGO’s led by women and adolescent girls and community groups.
Job Summary:  The Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning
Officer will monitor and evaluate progress on achieving project outcomes vs.
targets at field level and support management, donors and partners to make vital
adjustments to maximize project effectiveness. The position will be responsible
for ensuring Management Information System (MIS) in each country is properly
utilized in terms of data collection and data management by closely working
with CRVPF Regional Program Officers (RPO’s) and partners. He/she will also
support the national consultants to conduct basic analysis and data
presentation. He /she will also ensure the M&E system has an in-built
learning component that will ensure relevant learning products are developed to
ensure continuous learning in the project.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
regular data collection through implementing partners and ensure quality of the
data by random verifications and validations
contribute to planning and execution of baseline, annual surveys, semi-annual
reviews, and impact evaluation studies at household, community and schools
the development of CRVPF data base.
the accuracy and consistency of data entry into the project database
support in the maintenance of data storage and data quality
data analysis, including creation of GPS maps
that learning activities and products are incorporated into the project cycle
the development of work plans at field level
that implementation of field activities adheres to the M&E framework of
CRVPF project;
quality of trainings and other activities delivered by local partners and
compose reports of observations and recommended actions

Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
ideal candidate for the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer job must
hold a Master’s Degree; preferably in Statistics, Economics , Development
Studies , Population Studies or similar fields
At least
ten years of relevant field experience in M&E and learning in children,
adolescent girls and community development work.
experience in use of children, gender- and adolescent girls -related monitoring
experience with the implementation of real time data collection methodologies
is an advantage.
on conducting qualitative research at community levels.
on conducting participatory research with children and adolescent girls
experience in survey design and data collection (key stakeholder interviews,
focus groups, surveys, and secondary data analysis techniques), data
management, and data analysis skills, particularly experience with MS Access,
in building capacity of partners on how to utilize Management Information
Systems (MIS’s)
experience in the development of learning products and their incorporation into
project implementation
verbal and written communication skills in English, including the ability to
present materials in meetings, at conferences and to write project documents
(including evaluation design plans, results frameworks, data collection and
data analysis plans, and progress reports)
to work well in a multi-disciplinary team, good interpersonal skills, is
attentive to details.
tolerance and resilience; sense of humor; highly organized; attention to
detail; and ability to work under pressure with multiple and shifting
encourages women to apply for the post.
How to Apply:
Qualified and
interested candidates who wish to join Children’s Rights and Violence
Prevention Fund
should apply and the applications must include:
A cover
letter clearly indicating the experience, interest, and why you think you are
suitable for the job. Salary requirement (you must specify the actual amount
and range)
writing sample (1 page), No Phone calls Please.
Applicants are
encouraged to send their relevant documents to the following e-mail address:
To:       Children’s Right’s and Violence
Prevention Fund (CRVPF):
Deadline: 31st March 2019
For more of the
latest jobs, please visit or
find us on our facebook page

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *