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    PA rape case from insider.
    What happened is; the parents (Father & mother) and the girl checked into the hotel, they booked the girl her own room, then the girl called the PA and told him which hotel they are in and on which floor is her room. The guy went to the same hotel (Sarova Woodlands) and booked his own room on the same floor. They continued chatting and the girl left her room to the man's room. Na kazi ikaendelea. Maji yalizidi unga when the mother called the girl on the room's fixed line, she didn't answer, she called her mobile number and she also didn't answer. She started looking for her... went to the room and found she was not in the room... she went to the reception to enquire if she could have been seen going outside the hotel, she found nobody had seen her going out, she went to the restaurant and she was not there. The mother raised the issue to security, CCTV footage was checked and the girl was seen on the corridor walking from her room to the other room... by the time they went to knock the PA's (man's) room, the girl had gone back to her room. That's now when the mother picked up an argument with the PA and she went to report.


    Check on the charge sheet, witness number 2. Francisca Mulandi, is the mother to the girl. The mother had started blaming security of the hotel, but when she saw the footage and the girl was like nothing wrong has happened to her, she couldn't believe!
    That's is the information from the security officer who was on duty.


    The Kenyan DAILY POST


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    Sunday, December 30, 2018-Manchester United host Bournemouthin the final Premier League match of 2018 today looking to continue their impressive run since sacking Jose Mourinho.

    The Red Devils have won their last two matches since axing the Portuguese tactician and take on a Bournemouth side coming off the back of a heavy 5-0 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur.Go Here



    Bournemouth won their first ever Premier League meeting with United in December 2015, but they are since winless in their last six.

    That victory was one of only two Bournemouth have ever managed in 15 matches against United across all competitions.

    The most recent contest took place in November, when Rashford's injury-time strike rescued a 2-1 win for United at Dean Court.Go Here



    The Cherries have never beaten United at Old Trafford before, losing six of their seven previous visits and scoring just two goals in that time.

    Prediction: Manchester United 3-1 Bournemouth Go Here



    United look like a new team under care taker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer whereas Bournemouth have a stinking record against the big clubs so far this season and may already be looking ahead to an easier run of fixtures in 2019 to return to winning ways.

    Check out more tips below.


    EPL (15:00) CRYSTAL PALACE v CHELSEA -2 and GG Go Here



    IT2 (16:00) ASCOLI v CROTONE -1x


    IT2 (16:00) UNIONE VENEZIA v CARPI -1


    EPL (16:15) SOUTHAMPTON v MANCHESTER CITY – over 2.5 Go Here



    IT2 (19:00) LIVORNO v PADOVA -1x


    PTL(19:00) BELENENSES v FC PORTO -2


    Good Luck and claim your free bet. Here


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    Sunday, December 30, 2018-President Kagame’s second child and only daughter, Ange Kagame, walked down the aisle in a colourful ceremony attended by close friends and family members at her father’s home in Ntebe.

    The beautiful lass, who is a political science graduate, walked down the aisle with her fiance identified as, Bill, an urban planner who holds a Masters in City Planning from London School of Economics.


    Here are photos from the Saturday ceremony.








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    Sunday, December 30, 2018-What happens in the bedroom is supposed to remain there but these days, we have so many lovers exposing their bedroom affairs to the public through social media.

    Some do it for fun while others do it to expose each other after love turns sour.


    These lovers went nuts and shared photos online after exchanging fluids.


    The man was handling a big machine and he probably burned a lot of fat while working on this big lass.


    Will this madness stop in 2019?


    Here are the photos spreading on social media like wild-fire.









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    Sunday, December 30, 2018-There was drama after wife of a popular Ugandan singer identified as, Abdul Mulaasi, got stuck while having sex with an upcoming artist in a lodging.

    It's reported that Abdul rushed to the scene after he was notified of the incidence and found the young man stuck inside his wife’s private parts without wearing a condom.

    Abdul contacted a withdoctor who performed rituals and separated the two cheating adults as a crowd gathered around to witness free drama.



    It's believed that Abdul had sought the services of a witchdoctor to trap his wife and teach her a lesson after he suspected she was cheating on him.





    See video of the daylight drama.



     

     

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    Sunday, December 30, 2018-There was drama in Nakuru after a pregnant  lady stormed  in a wedding accompanied by a battalion of  girlfriends  and stopped it, claiming the groom was her husband.

    Armed with a doctor’s report showing she is pregnant, the lady vowed that the wedding will not proceeded and further embarrassed the groom by revealing that he had two other girlfriends who were not aware that the wedding was taking place.


    Here are a few  photos captured as the drama ensued.






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    Sunday, December 30, 2018-There has been a lot of complainants that Kenyan TV girls lack brains and proper skills needed to conduct professional interviews, read news and analyze them like their colleagues who work in international media houses.

    Some people have been referring to Kenyan TV girls as  socialite bimbos and glorified prostitutes who are hired according to their physical appearance.

    Prominent city lawyer, Ahmednasir Adbullahi, has praised some of the female Kenyan journalists working for international media houses  like Ann Soy, Beatrice Marshall, Sophie Ikenye and Catherine Wambua  because of their professionalism and lashed out at  local media girls like Betty Kyallo and Lillian Muli.


    According to Ahmednasir, Kenyan TV girls are hired according to the size of their  bossom and booty.

    He posted a video of Catherine Wambua, a Kenyan journalist working with Aljazeeera interviewing  Congolose President Joseph Kabila after he voted in the ongoing Congo elections and said,” Saw this & realised we have many professional ladies i.e Anne Soy, Beatrice Marshall, Sophie Ikenye, Catherine Wambua etc with foreign media & judged on their professionalism, while our local girls on tv seem hired on the size of their bosom & booty





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    Sunday, December 30, 2018- Activist Boniface Mwangi and his family escaped unscathed after a drunk driver rammed into their car on Sunday morning.

    The drunk driver’s car was reduced into a shell but the driver survived thanks to the often ignored seat belt.


    However, after the accident, the drunk driver tried to get rid of the bottles of alcohol in his car but police arrived quickly on the scene and recorded the evidence.


    The drunk driver was arrested after he was breathalyzered and found to have been drunk and he did not even have a driving license.


    The plucky activist narrated the incident on twitter and shared the photos below.





    The Kenyan DAILY POST.

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    Sunday, December 30, 2018-Controversial city prophet, David Owuor, moves around with heavy security like a head of state.

    Most of the time, the self proclaimed mighty prophet of God is accompanied by an entourage consisting of police escort and private bodyguards.


    The fake Prophet is in Nakuru for a 3 day healing and miracle crusade and here are the fierce looking guys who resembles commandos spotted guarding him.





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    Sunday, December 30, 2018-A guy identified as Idris Joshua took to social media and blasted his girlfriend for not shaving her private parts.

    He praised her bedroom skills claiming the sex was good  but complained that her busy “Nunu”infected her  and advised her to shave it.



    Is it really necessary to blast a lady like this after smashing the cookie?

    This is what he posted on facebook.


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    Sunday, December 30, 2018- Ugandan beauty, Quinn Abenakyo, who was recently crowned Miss World Africa, has heeded the fashion advice given by President Yoweri Museveni when she visited him at State House last week.

    The beautiful lady paid Museveni a courtesy call at State House Uganda following her success at the Miss World pageant where she finished among the top five-the first Ugandan to achieve that feat.


    After the meeting, the long-serving President posted on twitter:



    “Abenakyo is indeed a tall, beautiful Musoga girl. My only concern is that she was wearing Indian hair. I have encouraged her to keep her natural, African hair. We must show African beauty in its natural form.”


    Well, the graceful lady has responded accordingly and she was spotted rocking her short natural hair during dinner at State House held in her honor by President Museveni.


    When sharing photos from the State House dinner, Museveni wrote on twitter.

    “When we met in Entebbe, I advised Abenakyo to keep her hair natural. I am glad she heeded the advice and re-asserted her African identity. God beautifully created Africans, there is no need to add or subtract anything.


    See the photos below.


    The Kenyan DAILY POST.

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    Sunday, December 30, 2018-This insecure lady did something crazy to protect her boyfriend from thirsty fisilets.

    She printed her photo on her boyfriend’s boxers to send a message that she is the only woman  who is allowed to taste that cassava.


    Ladies can be crazy at times.


    See these  photos.



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    Sunday, December 30, 2018-A photo of this guest house  has excited social media fanatics because of the way the message is driven home without beating around the bush.

    There’s no need of beating around the bush. We all know what happens in guest houses and the management has nothing to hide.


    See photo.


    The Kenyan DAILY POST


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    Don't be deceived. ,many women are into prostitution.

    Street girls sleep with many men for money and other fantasies. Some do runs ,some stay in brothels..

    No difference between street girls ,runs girls and others in brothels selling their body.



    A girl you meet in a brothel is another man's girlfriend,,fiancée, wife in some cases.


    I have met many girls in brothels receiving phone calls from their alleged boyfriends,fiancees.


    Go to hotels, sit in the reception room. There you see many young girls trooping in to meet their clients in their rooms, selling themselves for money. Guys be wise, play safe ,be-careful.


    It pains me when I see my fellow kneeling down to propose to a woman that had many sexual intimacy with many men. Marriage is overrated.


    I have many girlfriends,concubines. I hide in shame when they prophesy their love to me. Nice guys finishes last ,if you know,you know.


    Work hard,make money and enjoy yourself.


    COURTESY.

    The Kenyan DAILY POST


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    Sunday, December 30, 2018- Ugandan socialite turned business lady, Zari Hassan, seems to be living her best life after breaking up with Tanzanian singer Diamond Platinumz.

    Zari ended her relationship with Diamond on Valentine’s Day this year and has been busy running her business in South Africa and taking care of her five kids.


    Over Christmas, Zari, 38, took time off to relax by the pool where she flaunted her enviable curves and she is without a doubt the hottest MILF South of Sahara and North of Limpopo.


    Check out the photos below.



    The Kenyan DAILY POST.

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    Sunday, December 30, 2018-This lady who was selling bananas has caused a stir not because of her hard-work, men are simply obsessed with her big derriere.

    She is the true definition of an African beauty and the big nyash behind her is too juicy.


    See photos and video.






    Watch video.



    The Kenyan DAILY POST


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    Below are things you can do to last long in bed


    ·       Do some good exercises to help build your body and keep fit



    ·         Eat foods that build your sexual organs.


    ·         Say no to Masturbation,if you are guilty



    Then,During sex hour!!

    ·         Always have a good romance before inserting your dick into her vagina


    ·         Always make sure your mind is relax before and during sex


    ·         Always have it in mind to satisfy her(That’s the only way your mind will understand you are not in bed with her just to please yourself but,to please the both of you.


    ·         Don’t let her moaning get over your head instead,let her moaning motivate you to do more


    ·         Always control your body to feel less excited before or during sex


    ·         Take your mind off ejaculating too quick


    ·         Have it in mind you are a real man and act like one.


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    Sunday, December 30, 2018- Former Harambee Stars defender and AFC Leopards captain, Martin Imbalambala has lost his sight.

    The towering defender requires urgent vision corrective surgery after undergoing tests at the Kikuyu eye Hospital.


    According to Imbalambala’s brother, Vincent Chagala, the former Kenya international has also been experiencing a sharp headache in the last few months.


    “We did not take it seriously at first but then it seems a serious thing.


    “He cannot see at all.


    “We are trying to secure funds to help him get diagnosed so that treatment may begin.” Chagala said.

    The Kenyan DAILY POST.

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    Sunday, December 30, 2018- A video of Chinese men assaulting a Kenyan man at a construction site in Nakuru has emerged.



    The video that was taken at the site where Chinese are working on Maili Kumi-S0lai road shows the rogue Chinese men believed to be engineers confronting the man who is part of the Kenyan employees working at the construction site.


    One of the Chinese was armed with a rungu and his colleagues joined him in assaulting the poor  man who tried defending himself with a stone but he was overpowered by the Chinese Nationals.


    According to well places sources, the man is a brother to Water Cabinet Secretary, Simon Chelugui.


    Cases of Chinese nationals assaulting Kenyans and treating them like animals have become rampant.


    Here’s a video of the scuffle.



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    Research and Design Lead

    Position Description:

    ACDI/VOCA is promptly seeking a Research and Design Lead for the upcoming USAID Title II Development Food Security Activity (DFSA) in Kenya. The DFSA in Kenya is anticipated to be a multi-year project to address the underlying causes of chronic food insecurity. The activity will aim to sustainably reduce levels of acute malnutrition and increase food security in the most vulnerable households in northern Kenya. To achieve this, the ACDI/VOCA team will ensure the implementation of interventions designed to increase incomes, ensure access to nutritious food year-round, improve household nutrition and hygiene practices, and strengthen governance in communities affected by shocks and stresses.

    The Research and Design Lead, a member of senior management team, will provide technical leadership to formative research activities, refinement of the Theory of Change, and development of a locally adapted programmatic approach to reducing acute malnutrition. S/he will be responsible for ensuring the appropriateness and rigor of research methods, overseeing data collection and analysis, and ensuring research results are useful and applicable for making program design decisions.

    Responsibilities:

    Develop methodology and lead rigorous research, analysis, and studies
    Ensure research and pilot findings are incorporated into the sound programmatic design
    Ensure the program quality standards and rigor are adhered to
    Coordinate and collaborate with research staff, the Technical Steering Committee, and other GoK and USAID stakeholders and partners
    Work closely with the CLA and M&E Leads to ensure intentional learning and knowledge application throughout all phases of this activity

    Qualifications:

    Advanced degree in nutrition, public health, economics, business, international development or other relevant sectors required; Ph.D. is preferred
    Minimum 10 years of field experience in research, design, and evaluation
    Proven leadership skills and demonstrated experience collaborating with diverse stakeholders including research institutions think tanks and government agencies
    Demonstrated experience in research and design of humanitarian support and/or food security programs required
    Thorough understanding of Theory of Change desired
    A record of successful performance in Sub-Saharan Africa context desired
    Superb written and verbal communication skills.
    Fluency in English required


    Strategic Learning Lead

    Position Description:

    ACDI/VOCA is promptly seeking a Strategic Learning Lead for the upcoming USAID Title II Development Food Security Activity (DFSA) in Kenya. The DFSA in Kenya is anticipated to be a multi-year project to address the underlying causes of chronic food insecurity. The activity will aim to sustainably reduce levels of acute malnutrition and increase food security in the most vulnerable households in northern Kenya. To achieve this, the ACDI/VOCA team will ensure the implementation of interventions designed to increase incomes, ensure access to nutritious food year-round, improve household nutrition and hygiene practices, and strengthen governance in communities affected by shocks and stresses.

    The Strategic Learning Lead, a member of the senior management team, will play a critical role in translating formative and implementation research findings into an evidence-based activity design. S/he will be responsible for improving peer-to-peer learning, knowledge sharing, and application, activity-based capacity strengthening, data utilization, and collaboration, learning, and adaptation (CLA).

    Responsibilities:

    Provide technical leadership in the development and application of methods and tools for successful peer-to-peer learning, knowledge sharing and application, evidence and data utilization
    Manage the process of project learning to ensure knowledge from a range of sources – pilot and intervention experiences, performance monitoring data, staff and partner observations, research studies, contextual trends, etc. – is effectively analyzed, shared and applied
    Organize and facilitate regular staff and partner meetings to share experiences and lessons, and brainstorm ways to apply new learning in day-to-day as well as strategic plans
    Ensure collaboration and learning across all projects in the applicant’s selected implementation area
    Ensure the interventions includes active, intentional, and adaptive learning within and across multi-sectoral activities
    Work closely with the Research and Design and M&E Leads to ensure intentional learning and knowledge application throughout all phases of the project
    Coordinate and collaborate with research staff, the Technical Steering Committee, and other GoK and USAID stakeholders and partners

    Qualifications:

    Advanced degree in nutrition, public health, economics, organizational learning, international development or other relevant sectors required
    Minimum 5 years of field experience in developing and implementing learning strategies
    Knowledge of USAID’s CLA approach and/or trends in food security M&E required
    Proven experience leading project teams in the process of regularly capturing and analyzing information, reflecting on its implications for current practice, and adapting accordingly to support and improve development outcomes
    Proven leadership skills and demonstrated experience collaborating with diverse stakeholders including research institutions think tanks, government agencies, donor, and local communities
    Understanding of Theory of Change desired
    A record of successful performance in Sub-Saharan Africa context required
    Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    Fluency in English required


    Deputy Chief of Party Operations

    Position Description:

    ACDI/VOCA is currently seeking a Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) for the upcoming USAID Title II Development Food Security Activity (DFSA) in Kenya. The DFSA in Kenya is anticipated to be a multi-year project to address the underlying causes of chronic food insecurity. The activity will aim to increase food security in the most vulnerable households in northern Kenya. To achieve this, the ACDI/VOCA team will ensure the implementation of interventions designed to increase incomes, ensure access to nutritious food year-round, improve household nutrition and hygiene practices, and strengthen governance in communities affected by shocks and stresses.

    The Deputy Chief of Party will be the senior program representative in the office with overall responsibility for operations. By overseeing activities across strategic objectives, s/he will ensure integration across interventions and will provide the smooth, efficient and compliant operational environment. The DCOP will prepare and/or assist in the preparation of reports and documents to USAID.

    Responsibilities: 

    Provide support to programmatic teams, including identifying and promoting clear communications on issues of budget management and programmatic activities, compliance, project operations, and documentation
    Promote management skills and capacity of the respective departments, senior supervisory staff regarding USG regulations and policies; support effective and efficient oversight of department activities
    Ensure contractual compliance with ACDI/VOCA and donor regulations and coordinate with ACDI/VOCA’s awards and compliance team in Washington, DC
    Ensure that internal and external programmatic reports are of high quality; work with other departments in the finalization of reports prior to final review by COP
    Support the COP in responding to stakeholder requests for information; liaise with other partners and stakeholders as requested
    Oversee the development of program budgets in coordination with the Finance Manager; work with technical staff to develop detailed implementation plans
    Lead development of internal control systems and monitor and closely coordinate with internal and external auditors
    Ensure compliance with procurement policies and oversee the procurement functions for international and local procurements
    Support technical personnel with reporting and project management
    Assume responsibility for the development of effective communications materials and reports for donor

    Qualifications:

    Advanced degree in Agriculture, Business, International Development, Public Health, or other relevant sectors
    Minimum 5 overseas experience managing large, multi-year USAID funded projects with multiple implementing partners and relevant food security/livelihoods experience;
    Proven leadership skills and demonstrated experience recruiting, developing and mentoring, and managing staff
    A record of successful performance on USAID-funded activities required; regional experience in Sub-Saharan Africa desired
    Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with activity stakeholders: donors, partners, local government institutions, local communities, and vulnerable groups, etc.
    Excellent writing and communication skills.
    Fluency in English required


    Institutional Development Lead

    Position Description:

    ACDI/VOCA is seeking an experienced institutional development and capacity building expert for the upcoming USAID Title II Development Food Security Activity (DFSA) in Kenya. The DFSA in Kenya is anticipated to be a multi-year project to address the underlying causes of chronic food insecurity. The activity will aim to sustainably reduce levels of acute malnutrition and increase food security in the most vulnerable households in northern Kenya. To achieve this, the ACDI/VOCA team will ensure the implementation of interventions designed to increase incomes, ensure access to nutritious food year-round, improve household nutrition and hygiene practices, and strengthen governance in communities affected by shocks and stresses.

    The Institutional Capacity Building Lead, a member of senior management team, will play a critical role in accomplishing effective and productive working relationship with government ministries, county-level organizations and officials, and local institutions in Kenya.

    Responsibilities:

    Provide technical leadership and management in the analyses, development, and execution of systems strengthening and capacity building efforts
    Liaise with a wide range of government ministries, organizations, and local institutions
    Ensure close consultation and incorporation of ongoing feedback from relevant officials over the life of the program

    Qualifications:

    Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 7 years relevant work experience or a master’s degree and a minimum of 5 years relevant experience required
    Demonstrated successful record of providing technical assistance to government ministries in Kenya relevant to the objectives of food security, food assistance, health or nutrition activities required
    Proven record of identifying and delivering capacity building initiatives required
    Strong leadership skills and demonstrated experience collaborating with diverse stakeholders including country-level institutions
    Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    Fluency in English required


    Gender, Youth, and Social Dynamics Lead

    Position Description:

    ACDI/VOCA is promptly seeking a Gender, Youth and Social Dynamics Lead for the upcoming USAID Title II Development Food Security Activity (DFSA) in Kenya. The DFSA in Kenya is anticipated to be a multi-year project to address the underlying causes of chronic food insecurity. The activity will aim to sustainably reduce levels of acute malnutrition and increase food security in the most vulnerable households in northern Kenya. To achieve this, the ACDI/VOCA team will ensure the implementation of interventions designed to increase incomes, ensure access to nutritious food year-round, improve household nutrition and hygiene practices, and strengthen governance in communities affected by shocks and stresses.

    The Gender, Youth, and Social Dynamics Lead, a member of senior management team, will play a critical role in ensuring that the social dimensions of malnutrition, food security, and community resilience are effectively addressed at all levels and across all active components.

    Responsibilities:

    Provide technical leadership and management in the programming and implementation of gender and youth integration across food security interventions
    Develop and deliver gender, youth, and social inclusion-focused training sessions to ensure they are appropriately addressed in all project activities.
    In close collaboration with Strategic Learning Lead and M&E Lead ensure that gender, youth, and social dynamics components are reflected in the analysis, assessments, and adaptive management and learning strategies and processes.

    Qualifications:

    Bachelor’s degree in a social science discipline, gender studies or relevant field required; master’s degree preferred
    Minimum 7 years of field experience at the community level required
    In-depth understanding of gender, age, and other locally significant socio-cultural factors in the context of food security programming required
    Demonstrated capacity to lead the collection, analysis, and utilization of information from a broad range of source required
    Proven skills in participatory learning and action and facilitating collaborative problem solving
    Ability to foster commitment and build capacity among activity staff and in-country actors to ensure gender and youth integration and empowerment
    Proven record of identifying and delivering capacity building initiatives required
    Successful experience in East Africa region required
    Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    Fluency in English required


    Monitoring and Evaluation Lead

    Position Description:

    ACDI/VOCA is promptly seeking a Monitoring and Evaluation Lead for the upcoming USAID Title II Development Food Security Activity (DFSA) in Kenya. The DFSA in Kenya is anticipated to be a multi-year project to address the underlying causes of chronic food insecurity. The activity will aim to sustainably reduce levels of acute malnutrition and increase food security in the most vulnerable households in northern Kenya. To achieve this, the ACDI/VOCA team will ensure the implementation of interventions designed to increase incomes, ensure access to nutritious food year-round, improve household nutrition and hygiene practices, and strengthen governance in communities affected by shocks and stresses.

    The Monitoring and Evaluation Lead, a member of senior management team, will play a critical role in generation and analysis of quality evidence and data through monitoring, assessments, and evaluations.S/he will lead design and development of monitoring systems, conduct data assurance and effectively promote evidence-based program management.

    Responsibilities:

    Provide technical leadership for M&E to the project team to ensure USAID and Food for Progress M&E requirements are met
    Guide data collection, management of the data, and display of the results including reporting and dissemination building the capacity of M&E and technical staff and ensuring compliance
    Design and lead implementation of the efficient and accurate data collection system that includes efficient processes for collecting data and ensuring data quality
    Provide oversight of the M&E database, using it to track progress and trends, generate reports, and conduct data quality checks.
    Coordinate and facilitate the refinement of the Theory of Change, logical framework, and food security and nutrition indicators
    Supervise M&E staff and oversee implementation of all M&E activities, including annual surveys, case studies, and stakeholder workshops to refine approaches
    Oversee strengthening of M&E capacity of local organizations

    Qualifications:

    Master’s degree in a quantitative field such as economics, agricultural/development economics, statistics, biostatistics; nutrition, applied sociology, anthropology, or other relevant subjects with 8 years relevant experience, or a Ph.D. in any of the stated field of study above, with at least 6 years relevant work experience required
    Significant training in quantitative methods required
    Demonstrated experience in leading the M&E of a large and complex program required
    Expertise in developing and operationalizing comprehensive monitoring and evaluation plans
    Thorough understanding of food security programming required
    Knowledge of Theory of Change, logic model, food and nutrition security indicators
    Demonstrated experience in data quality assurance, data utilization, and gender integration into M&E and experience
    Successful experience in East Africa region preferred
    Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    Fluency in English required

    How to apply:

    Please apply directly online at www.acdivoca.org/international-jobs. The applications will be reviewed promptly upon receipt, only finalists will be contacted.

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