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A Roving Field Coordinator - Kaboul, Afghanistan


Duration : 6 to 12 months
Start date : 01/01/2019

Our work in Afghanistan  Salary & Benefits Living & Security conditions in this base


General description of the position

You will ensure the high quality implementation of integrated programs across Afghanistan, including multi-bases programs.


Main responsabilities

You will have to :

Contribute to ACF country strategy implementation and positioning at field level

  • Coordinate overall implementation of programs at field level
  • Manage the team at field level
  • Facilitate good relationships with the coordination team
  • Security and Access

3 main type of activities are concerned : 

1. Flying Nut/Health mobile clinics

2. Kabul projects

3. Supervision of national partners where ACF has no base


Do you fit the requested profile ?
  • You hold a Master’s degree or equivalent and at least 3 years’ experience with humanitarian NGO, with at least 2 year in a managerial role and 1 year in security volatile context (including 2 years of experience at international level)
  • Previous ACF experience would be an advantage
  • You have technical knowledge of standard logistics, financial and HR procedures and practices, program management on the field
  • You have a significant experience in terms of security management
  • You have a firm understanding of the technical aspects of a project cycle and the specific tools required to design and deliver humanitarian projects
  • You have knowledge of integrated programming and a willingness to engage with integrated project design and management would be an advantage
  • You have strong interpersonal, organizational, multitasking and communication skills and a high capacity of work, you are able to overcome stress and work under pressure, with high degree of flexibility

Specific conditions / Salary

Remuneration and benefits :

  • Monthly gross salary from 1 805€ to 2 305€ upon experience.
  • Per diem and living allowance: 392 €/month (cf eurocost) net, field paid.
  • + 12 % of monthly gross salary as country allowance.
  • + 16% of monthly gross salary as reimbursement of retirement insurance for non-French citizen.

Transportation and accommodation:

  • Coverage of transportation costs to and in the mission.
  • Individual room in guesthouse covered

Medical coverage100% coverage of medical expenses + repatriation insurance.

 Leaves and RnR

  • 25 days of paid leaves per year.
  • + 20 RnR per year.
  • + 215 € at each RnR period (every 10 weeks for the first 2 breaks, then evry 8 weeks).
  • Coverage of the transportation expenses to the RnR area of reference (Bangkok).

 Training :

  • Free and unlimited access to the certifying e-learning platform Crossknowledge ©.

Work context

The context: 

As a politically fragmented, natural disaster-prone nation, Afghanistan has long faced levels of chronic insecurity, internal displacement, and widespread poverty that has subjected its populations to ongoing hardships and recurring humanitarian crises. Communities remain food insecure for a range of reasons, from the cumulative impacts of multiple droughts, erratic climate shocks and seasonal flooding, a lack of infrastructure and limited access to markets, problems that are especially acute among vulnerable populations in remote regions. As a result, Afghanistan ranks poorly on basic human development indicators, with millions dependent on external humanitarian assistance for their daily survival and an estimated four million refugees living abroad in Pakistan and Iran. Although education and health have improved in urban areas, rural populations remain largely vulnerable to maternal and perinatal mortality and infant mortality and diseases, malnutrition being a major concern. 

Presentation of the mission: 

In 2017, ACF implemented several integrated project in Nutrition and Health, WASH, FSL and MHCP responding to the needs of the most vulnerable in Helmand, Ghor and Kabul. Moreover, ACF extended its ERM approach into more provinces such as Helmand, Ghor, Daykundi, Nimroz and Bamyan. 1,973 IDPs increased their access to sanitation and hygiene through latrines and hygiene kits, and 21,724 IDPs benefitted from multi-purpose cash distribution. Moreover, through this project, ACF Afghanistan organized a well-received photography exhibition in Kabul and Brussels, to raise awareness about the humanitarian situation in Afghanistan.

Through its Nutrition Surveillance department, ACF implemented with its partners 12 assessments (SMART, SQUEAC and RNA) across Afghanistan addressing current humanitarian data gaps and ensuring informed strategic programming decisions.

In Kabul, ACF focused its activities in Kabul Informal Settlements through a WASH and Nutrition project and in 26 Health Facilities via a Nutrition project, both aiming to reduce Acute Malnutrition. Through the projects, 27,126 individuals benefited from ACF nutrition activities (61% being U5 children) and 7,000 people received BSF and sanitation kits for water treatment to reduce the waterborne diseases and 2,000 menstrual kits.

In Ghor, ACF secured an integrated long-term project from 2017 to 2020 to implement Nutrition, WASH and MHCP activities to prevent mother and child mortality and morbidity. ACF also implemented two multi-sectoral approaches, comprising of complementary WASH, FSL and Nutrition programs, which allowed ACF to work comprehensively to reduce and prevent malnutrition/ under nutrition in Ghor. In total, 10,892 persons received WASH assistance, 12,962 received Nutrition assistance and 4,279 individuals benefitted from agricultural and livestock activities. ACFalso had two FSL projects providing cash and agricultural inputs to 15,947 individuals.

Another FSL project provided cash to 11,936 most vulnerable IDPs in Ghor and Helmand.

In Helmand, ACF implemented three integrated projects in WASH and Nutrition, one also including MHCP. In total the projects reached 23,027 WASH beneficiaries, 19,087 Nutrition beneficiaries and 331 persons benefited from mental health activities. In November 2017, a new integrated project with Nutrition, FSL, WASH and MHCP activities targeting 47,881 beneficiaries (without double counting) started to be implemented.


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