International Fertilizer Development Center is hiring two (2) Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning and Sharing Officer – FAR
The International Fertilizer Development Center’s (IFDC) is expected to sign an Agreement with the Embassy of Sweden (EoS) to continue the Food Security Through Climate Adaptation and Resilience (FAR-Mozambique) Program under a Phase 2 initiative to be implemented by a consortium of four Implementing Organizations (IOs) from Phase 1, namely IFDC, the African Fertilizer and Agribusiness Partnership (AFAP), United Purpose (UP), and Associação Kwaedza Simukai Manica (AKSM). Phase 2 of the FAR Program will build on Phase 1 successes, seeking to further scale geographic reach within Phase 1 areas and new locations, and to broaden networks and engagement by public and private sector actors to link farmers to markets and increase market-responsive skills and climate-smart agricultural (CSA) practices to improve food access and availability, and increase knowledge of and uptake of climate-smart agriculture solutions farmers for long term sustainability. IFDC and its partners will apply a facilitative approach and continue to scale into new regions and reduce presence in successful pilot areas. Phase 2 management and implementation will be adapted for challenges COVID-19 pandemic, given the potential impact on the agriculture sector and household food security, especially for women.
By the end of Phase 2, IFDC and partner IOs anticipate reaching over 40,000 farmers (56% women/44% men), with 50% adopting CSA practices through improved skills and access to productivity-enhancing inputs, extension services, and markets through a network of agro-dealers and VBAs, as well as through Information and Communications Technologies for Agriculture (ICT4Ag)-enabled services and support.
IFDC is seeking recruitment for an FAR Phase 2 Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning and Sharing (MELS) Officer to track, document, and analyze data to capture progress against program targets, identify bottlenecks, and capture lessons learned in close collaboration with the Program Manager (PM) and IO partners. This position will be vital to ensuring accurate reporting and transparency in program performance for the EoS, FAR Phase 2 partners, and beneficiaries. The FAR PM and MELS Officer will support gender-sensitive activities, and lead reporting and other communication functions. The MELS Officer will monitor progress on achieving project outcomes versus targets and given the program design corresponding with the FAR Phase 2 Result Framework. The MELS Manager will ensure that MELS Systems support the FAR Phase 2 adaptive management approach.
Female candidates strongly encouraged to apply
Job Type: Full-Time
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