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- Forcibly displaced women, girls, sexual and gender minorities face a reduced risk of GBV,
- Survivors of sexual and physical violence have access to coordinated psychosocial, health, and legal services,
- Family, community, and institutions support refugee women, girls, sexual and gender minorities in accessing and using their rights.
- Carry out individual case management for Gender-based violence survivors received at HIAS offices and those identified within the refugee community
- In collaboration with community outreach workers conduct regular assessment on the needs of the refugee women and girls including GBV survivors.
- Conduct field visits for case assessments in coordination with other HIAS staff and keep track of socio-environmental risks faced by GBV survivors, sexual and gender minority refugee.
- Assist in qualitative assessments through Focus Groups Discussions(FGDs)/ Community Dialogues (Tango Talks) to better understand the risks of GBV.
- Map out service support structures in the community to support to support Urban refugees at Risk of GBV.
- Process referrals for support services for GBV survivors and to other agencies.
- Conduct timely follow up on referrals and support services provided to GBV survivors, ensuring that the survivors receive the assistance recommended
- Work with stakeholders to strengthen referral networks and monitor the implementation of the referral pathway survivors access to confidential, safe GBV services in a timely manner
- Assist in carrying out GBV trainings for all relevant community actors on GBV topics
- Implement and monitor merit based social and financial assistance informed by vulnerability assessments in individual cases in accordance with HIAS’ Standard Operating Procedures
- Ensure regular updates in the Gender Based Violence Information Management System (GBVIMS)and submit assessments for filling.
- Evaluate beneficiaries’ progress and work on an exit strategies aimed at supporting client’s self-reliance
- Prepare a monthly analysis on GBV key issues based on case trends to disseminate information on services available and referral pathways
- Contribute in the development of project proposal, concept notes and sector publications
- Mainstream accountability throughout the project cycle and in daily roles.
- Perform other duties as and when required
- Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Gender Studies, Community Development Studies and/or other related fields of study
- Minimum of 1-2 years’ previous job experience related to GBV response.
- Demonstrated experience working directly with refugees who are survivors of GBV
- MUST have a demonstrated understanding of a survivor-centered approach.
- MUST have experience with operationalizing GBV principles, knowledge of International humanitarian standards for GBV prevention and response.
- Experience working with GBVIMS preferred (Gender Based Violence Information Management System)
Required Skills and Competences
- Proficiency in English and Swahili
- Computer literacy is a must, with strong knowledge of Access, Excel and Word
- Ability to work in a team, maintain confidentiality and respect for diversity, uphold integrity, respect and accountability
- Self-starter with an ability to work with minimal supervision in a culturally diverse team
- Excellent Analytical, Communication and Report writing skills
- Strong interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to establish effective working relations with local staff, beneficiaries and other stakeholders
- Ability to maintain one’s composure while under pressure
- Knowledge of accountability to affected populations is an added advantage
How to Apply
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