Wednesday 3 January 2024

Sponsorship & Programme Facilitator (IWASH, Health & Nutrition) at World Vision Tanzania

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Sponsorship & Programme Facilitator (IWASH, Health & Nutrition)
Sponsorship & Programme Facilitator (IWASH, Health & Nutrition) at World Vision International Tanzania January 2024
locations Iringa, Tanzania, United Republic Of
time type Full time
job requisition id JR28224
With over 70 years of experience, our focus is on helping the most vulnerable children overcome poverty and experience fullness of life. We help children of all backgrounds, even in the most dangerous places, inspired by our Christian faith.
Come join our 34,000+ staff working in nearly 100 countries and share the joy of transforming vulnerable children’s life stories!

Key Responsibilities:
Implementation and reporting of planned activities (30%)
  • Participate in planning and budgeting preparation of work plans implementation of planned activities and monitoring/ reporting of progress.
  • Facilitate and monitor the implementation of planned activities and community level engagements.
  • Mobilize and facilitate the engagements of stakeholders during planning and development meetings workshops and Seminars.
  • Identify local level partners support and facilitate the partnership in the implementation of planned activities.
  • Facilitate stakeholders and partners in supervision and monitoring of programmatic activities.
  • Support the collection and documentation of impact and success stories on monthly quarterly semi-annual and annually
End Results
  • All Planned activities executed within the Financial year, as per the budget and output realised
  • Implementations monitored and data in place for report compilation, monthly, quarterly and annually.

Community engagement and advocacy (20%)
  • Collaborate with CHWs, health facility staffs, and CHMTs in advocating for improved maternal and child nutrition in areas where WVT is present.
  • Ensure participation and intentional inclusion of RC families in health and nutrition activities conducted in the area programs
  • Support strengthening of community structures to improve health and nutrition such as formation of nurturing care groups, school nutrition clubs and nutrition support groups.
  • Support local government authorities’ efforts in strengthening maternal and child nutrition such as commemoration of village health and nutrition days, world breast feeding week, mobile clinics or child health and nutrition month in the respective areas where WVT is working.
End Results
  • Presence of active community groups
  • Number of RC families/RC children who have benefitted from Health & Nutrition interventions

Management of Sponsorship Performance (15%)
  • Monitoring of RC in line with partnership standards.
  • RC records and files well managed and stored securely.
  • Support RCs to correspond with sponsors in a timely manner.
  • Facilitate processing of all special mails; Christmas cards Spontaneous letters APR introductory letters within partnership standard.
  • Support children to respond to sponsor correspondences- Sponsor letters and introductory letters.
  • Support management of Support Office Queries Gift Notifications mails and file copies of correspondences in children’s files.
  • Conduct and produce quality periodic mailings Annual Progress Report – (APR) and Christmas Cards.
  • Take quality pictures according to the required standards.
  • Mobilize and support RC families to adequately prepare for and manage sponsor visits.
End Results
  • AP green SOI report, which symbolizes meeting standards in sponsorship businesses
  • Correspondences done in professional way meeting sponsors expectations.

Monitoring of Registered Children (15%)
  • Support development of integrated monitoring plan in assigned area with AP stakeholder
  • Analyse HOPE Horizon management report and follow up critical RCs findings by using case management tool
  • Analyse Child well-being (CWB) RC visits and Service Operation Indicator (SOI) reports from HOPE Horizon and share them with AP stakeholders
  • Compile monitoring reports for management action.
  • Hold monthly / quarterly meetings with Child Monitors and guardians/parents and child protection committees to address findings from monitoring.
  • Identify train volunteers/monitor partners and train on sponsorship philosophy and partnership standard.
  • Provide quality and accurate information on presence support and benefit to enable entry in STEP database.
End Results
  • AP green SOI report, which symbolizes meeting standards in sponsorship businesses.
  • Correspondences done in professional way meeting sponsors expectations.

Protection and Wellbeing (10%)
  • Ensure health and nutrition interventions incorporate children’s feedback on programme activities into knowledge sharing sessions and debrief with children’s groups to let them know how their opinions have affected implementation.
  • Monitor the wellbeing and child abuse cases and report any child rights violations in accordance with WVT Safeguarding policy and Government guidelines.
  • Sensitize children, guardians/parents and other stakeholders about children’s rights and responsibilities with a view to identify and report child violations.
  • Facilitate spiritual nurture of children.
  • Report adult and child safeguarding incidents for designated area programmes (Levels 1-3)
  • Support proper implementation of the WVT Safeguarding Incident Preparedness Plans at local area programme level
End Results
  • Children of all ages, genders, ethnicities, and of various abilities participate meaningfully decisions that affect their lives within the community
  • Children’s feedback informs programme activities on a regular basis.
  • Community with WVT programme operates with knowledge of Child Protection, and giving testimony of reduced child abuse.
  • Community and local leaders supportive in fighting against children violence.
  • Safeguarding incidents are identified and responded to in a timely and professional manner.

Networking (10%)
  • Facilitate networking relationships and participation with wide stakeholders such as government, church, faith-based organization leaders and other key partners at local level such as NGOs, CBOs, IGA groups
  • Facilitate health and nutrition stakeholders meeting
  • Attend health and nutrition activities at community, ward, district, national or international levels
  • Foster partnership with local institution in RC monitoring
End Results
  • WVT is champion in fostering good relationship with others and become a partner of choice.
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Required Professional Experience
Minimum Qualification required:
  • Bachelor of Science in Home Economics; Human Nutrition; Family and Consumer Science; Public Health; Nursing or any other related field
  •  A minimum of 2 years working experience in Health and/or Nutrition projects at community level.
Required, training, license, registration, and certification.Preferred:
  • Degree /Advanced Diploma in Nutrition, Public Health, Nursing; Agriculture, Community Development, Psychology & related field.

Preferred Knowledge and Qualifications
  • High integrity.
  • Partnering and engaging with stakeholders
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision.
  • Report writing skills
  • Networking and influencing skills.
  • Highly reliable and dependable.
  • Passion for children.
  • Skills in Programming.
  • Ability to maintain effective working relationships with all levels of staff and donors
  • Computer skills
  • Community Facilitation skills
  • Basic understanding of advocacy approaches and advocacy issues at local and national level.
  • Significant experience of working with government official’s community groups and communities

Travel and/or Work Environment Requirement
  • Work environment: Few offices works with frequent visits to the field
  • Travel: 05% Domestic travel is required and on call: 05%

Physical Requirements
Able to work under pressure, working with communities, government and partners sitting over long time in the office.

Language Requirements
Fluent in English and Kiswahili

Contact (within WV or outside WV)
Area Programme Ministry Facilitator
Reason for contact
Immediate supervisor
Frequency of contact
Any time

Contact (within WV or outside WV)
Cluster sponsorship Officer
Reason for contact
Report and seek support on Sponsorship businesses
Frequency of contact
Any time

Contact (within WV or outside WV)
Cluster DME Officer
Reason for contact
Technical support on data management issues
Frequency of contact

Contact (within WV or outside WV)
Cluster Health and Nutrition Specialist
Reason for contact
Technical support on matters of Health and Nutrition
Frequency of contact

Contact (within WV or outside WV)
AP PFAO/Senior cluster accountant
Reason for contact
Support on Matters of finance and payments
Frequency of contact

In his capacity he can decide on implementation of activities based on value for money, also in an efficient and effective manner.

☐ Be Safe and Resilient
☐ Deliver Results
☐ Build Relationships
☐ Be Accountable
☐ Learn and Develop
☐ Improve and Innovate
☐ Partner and Collaborate
☐ Embrace Change
Applicant Types Accepted: Local Applicants Only

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