Voice of Children (VOC), a Nepalese NGO, working with street children and deprived families in urban poor areas. Voice of Children (VOC) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization established on November 2000 with a mission to contribute for the improvement of the living condition of the Street Children and their families in Nepal. The organization mainly focuses on those children, who suffer from various kinds of problems such as sexual abuse, harassment and other forms of violence and exploitation in the street and strives to re-establish them in the society with special attention to their needs and rights. Assistance in different ways and through different programs focused on the enhancement of the physical, mental, social and financial condition is catered to the needy street children and their families in order to reshape their lives.
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT: Qualitative Researcher
Voice of Children:
Voice of Children (VOC) is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation established in November 2000, working with street children and deprived families in urban and poor rural areas; with a mission to improve the living condition of the Street Children and their families in Nepal. Organisation focuses to work along with street children, who are suffered from various kinds of problems/harms such as; sexual abuse, harassment, different forms of violence and exploitation in the street. Thus VoC facilitate to re-establish them in the society by addressing their needs, rights and explore possible options though different programmes especially focusing on improvement of the physical, mental, social and financial aspects of the needy street children and their families in order to reintegrate into normal social life. For more information please browse into www.voiceofchildren.org.np
CLARISSA Project Brief Information:
VoC is implementing UK AID funded CLARISSA project to generate a strong evidence base and innovative solutions to address the worst forms of child labour (WFCL) in Nepal. CLARISSA is a consortium partnership programme led by the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) and implemented in partnership with Terre des hommes, Child Hope UK and Consortium for Street Children to generate a strong evidence base on, and innovative solutions to, the worst forms of child labour (WFCL) in Bangladesh and Nepal. The programme focuses on surfacing key drivers of the worst forms of child labour and developing interventions to counteract them. The primary beneficiaries of the programme are children in the WFCL and those who are vulnerable to being drawn into it. The families of these children will benefit from greater resilience to shocks, better options for their children’s safe and healthy future and less intra-family stress and conflict.
The consortium funded by UK Aid led by the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) and other consortium partners are (in alphabetical order):
- ChildHope UK
- Consortium for Street Children
- Terre des homes
By taking a participatory, adaptive and child-centred approach to evidence and innovation generation, and using intentional scaling strategies, in each country activities will generate evidence of the drivers of and effective innovative interventions to reduce WFCL.
We are hiring for CLARISSA Project – Child Labour Action Learning Innovation in Nepal
1. Position: Qualitative Researcher(see attached ToR)
Start job: By November / December 2021
Salary: As per organisation policy
Post Type: Full Time
Contract Type: 3 months probationary period
For more job details, please go through the link below:
Qualified and interested candidates having knowledge and experience in Qualitative Researchincluding AES sector are requested to send their latest CV, cover letter (why you are suitable for this post) including a passport size color photograph to the GPO Box 8975, EPC 1936, Kathmandu or email at [email protected] by 31st October 2021.
VoC reserves all rights to qualify/disqualify applications in any case; all applications will be treated with the highest confidentiality. Trying to influence the recruitment process at any stage of the process shall lead to automatic disqualification.
This is re-advertisement of the position; those applicants who have applied earlier don’t re-apply. Only shortlisted candidates will be informed by 1st week of November and have to go through two round of interview/ assessment process including facilitation exercise, which will take place week of 15th November.
VoC is committed to the safeguarding and protection of children in our work; we will provide employment offer based on satisfactory reference check.
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