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Overview of position
Somaliland has been continually faced with a multitude challenges in achieving gradual development. Even though the country has progressed from humanitarian and emergency support for recovery to development interventions, there are many areas in the country which are currently in dire need of humanitarian support.
Recognizing this overlap of humanitarian and recovery support as well as the need to smoothly transition from one phase to another, development partners have agreed to work collectively to ensure better coordinated and more targeted approach in resilience building and reducing vulnerabilities of communities. It aims to harnesses synergies between humanitarian and development support. These include interventions targeting food security as well sustainable and resilient livelihoods; enhancing of capacities of local institutions and communities to recover, absorb and withstand economic shocks; strengthening local and national mechanisms for peacebuilding, reconciliation and social cohesion as well as restoring community trust.
This role aims to support the overall coordination of all resilience activities and to strengthen the capabilities to achieve improved outcomes in the face of shocks and stresses enabling them to contribute to economic growth of Somaliland. This is expected to be achieved through a combination of a set of results which will focus on a) creating a body of evidence for increased application of evidence-based policy making and application for resilience; b) establish regulator coordination with all stakeholder to allow for partners to come together around the resilience framework and principles to improve the absorptive, adaptive and transformative capacities of at-risk communities. We therefore aim to utilise the support from European Union in Somaliland for this important role to assist Government of Somaliland in implementing the National Development Plan and to inform its forward policy planning and programming.
This is aligned with the Government of Somaliland priorities to channel resource towards resilience building and recovery, this will intern strengthen communities’ resilience to withstand shocks. Somaliland has experienced first-hand the effects of climate change, it is a reality in Somaliland with recurrent droughts, floods and effects of cyclones hit part of the country in recent years.
Good communication skills, both facilitating and presenting but also producing written work of a high quality in English
Team management: This role has no team Management responsibility
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