Integrated Disabled Women Activities-IDIWA Uganda, a non-governmental dedicated promoting human rights and sustainable livelihoods among Women and Girls with Disabilities, is seeking candidates for the position of Gender Based Violence Program Manager.
Established in 2000 by women with disabilities, IDIWA Uganda is a voluntary, not for profit non-governmental organization. Its mission is to empower women and girls with disabilities, and other vulnerable groups to maximize their potential and improve their standard of living, through human rights advocacy, economic empowerment and livelihoods, and health and reproductive rights.
The program seeks to promote equitable access and utilization of disability friendly Sexual and Gender Based Violence -SGBV services for Women and Girls with Disabilities through: capacity strengthening for protection, and response to SGBV; demand for fulfillment rights and access to services; and effective promotion of Gender Equality and response to SGBV against WGDs.
Reporting to the Executive Director, the SGBV Manager will ensure the effective day to day planning, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation of IDIWA SGBV programming in the assigned locations. The SGBV Manager will ensure technical and operational management of IDIWA SGBV intervention through case management (including strengthening referrals and providing response), community engagement and awareness and training component, in both quality and delivery, in line with the agreed projects, ensuring the protection context is well understood and the programme adapted to ensure mitigation of risks and response to protection more specifically SGBV concerns.
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