Job: Cash-Based Interventions Officer

Scope of work and reporting structure

The main scope of work of the Cash-Based Interventions Officer will be to work together with the country team to move towards the design and the implementation of CBI. The Officer will also ensure relevant documents (strategy, cash concept note, SOPs, etc.) are revised and finalized. S/he will ensure that CBIs are in line with best practice and organizational guidance, and take protection concerns into consideration. S/he will play an important role in building the capacity within the Country Team and help the Office with the establishment of CBI capabilities and infrastructure.

S/he will report to the Deputy Representative at UNHCR Representation Office in Dar es Salaam, while working closely with the Senior Programme Officer and other key stakeholders. The CBI Officer will be based in Dar es Salaam and undertake missions to the refugee camps in North Western Tanzania as required.

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Consultancy - Combined baseline evaluation: Katika Usalama Tunategemeana

Combined baseline evaluation: Katika Usalama Tunategemeana: A Community-Owned Approach to Promoting Moderate Voices and Preventing Violent Extremism in Tanga (CTU)

Tanzania holds a reputation for peace and stability. However, the country has experienced an increase in violent Islamist-related activity and religious intolerance in the past few years, putting it at risk of becoming a new center for violent extremism in the region. Recognizing this risk, and also the opportunity to empower youth and local leaders to address key drivers of violent extremism, SFCG, with funding from the US Department of State’s Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (DRL), will implement a 21-month project with community empowerment and interfaith dialogue at its core.

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