CWISH is a non-profit Human Rights Organization working to uphold the rights of children youth and women for more than two decades in Nepal. Its operation in the grassroots level are for complementary services & capacity buildings of different communities and collaborating with different stakeholders for advocacy and institutional development. In this context, CWISH is urgently looking for the following positions for the effective implementation of several projects for protecting and promoting the rights of children in Nepal. Potential applicants are encouraged to drop their updated CV along with cover letter mentioning their expected salary via email: email@example.com by 25th January 2018.
1. At least Bachelor Degree in Social Sciences
2. Minimum 2 years of experience working in non-government sector specially on monitoring and evaluation
3. Must be Fluent in English and Nepali (written and spoken)
1. Prepare and Design Monitoring and Evaluation Plan of projects and programs
2. Support in finalizing minimum standards of activities
3. Ensure Accountability (bottom to top & top to bottom) and incorporate Learning
4. Lead / support while investigating complaints / suggestions / feedbacks.
5. MEAL Quality Monitoring Field visits
6. Ensure and Update Project Action Plan Tracker
7. Generate MEAL report
Children and Women in Social Service and Human Rights (CWISH, Nepal) is a civil society organization contributing for dignified and happy life of children by enabling the respectful environment towards human rights (special focus on child rights) through interventions, advocacy and campaigns since its establishment in 1993. It is one of the pioneer child rights organizations working for child domestic workers' rights and continuously contributing as a facilitator to complement the gap of government in delivering the necessary service for the vulnerable children and their family. Similarly, we are advocating for the better policy provisions and their proper implementation for child protection, child friendly quality education and necessary support for the marginalized families where children are facing the risk of survival, protection, development, and participation.