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Action Against Hunger is an international humanitarian organisation committed to ending world hunger. For almost 40 years, across nearly 50 countries, we have been working to fight undernutrition and support communities affected by crisis across the globe. We carry out innovative, lifesaving programmes in Health, Nutrition, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, Disaster risk reduction, Mental Health and Care Practices, Food security and Livelihoods and Social Protection.
Action Against Hunger began operations in Nigeria in 2010 in response to the high rate of chronic malnutrition in Northern Nigeria, focusing on integrated programming. In 2011, we expanded our work to begin implementing nutrition development projects in Jigawa and in Yobe. Following the crises in Northeast Nigeria, we further expanded our operations to address the Nutrition, Health, Food security and livelihoods, WASH, and shelter needs of conflict-affected communities. In the year 2019 alone, our work in Nigeria reached approximately 1.8 million people. We are operational in 11 Local Government Areas of Borno, 12 in Yobe, 6 in Jigawa and in Kano state.
Action Against Hunger Nigeria programme is supported by DFID, ECHO, GAC, OFDA, SDC, UNICEF, EU, USAID, AFD, SIDA and GFFO. The total budget amounted to approximately 50 million USD in 2019. The country team comprises of over 600 staff. Other than the coordination office in Abuja, there are four state offices in Damaturu, Maiduguri, Dutse and Kano and four sub bases including Monguno, Potiskum, Bade and Damasak
Security, working and living conditions :
Accommodation is provided in designated guesthouses across bases for international staff with very comfortable living conditions and convenient amenities. Apartments are shared but each individual will have his or her own bedroom.
Under the supervision of the Country Director, the PSEA Expert is required to lead the development and implementation of the fight against sexual exploitation and abuse across the mission as well as developing a mission wide strategy for PSEA.
You have a postgraduate degree in one of the following areas : Human Resources, Human Rights, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, Health or other relevant social science field. You have specific training on protection against sexual violence and abuse. You are trained in EAS investigation methodologies.
You have professional field experience in humanitarian and/or development contexts with relevant experience in the field of sexual exploitation and abuse. You are able to work with a wide variety of stakeholders, including inter-NGO coordination mechanisms, global coordination structures (e.g. IASC), government stakeholders, donors, as well as the UN coordination structure in country.
Excellent communication skills. Proven ability to work independently under difficult conditions. Excellent facilitation/training and capacity building skills.Ability to work in a multicultural environment and to establish harmonious and effective working relationships.
Fluency in English written/spoken is compulsory.
ACF is committed to people with disabilities and actively fights against all forms of discrimination.