• M&E Fellow

    Employer: SOS Children’s Villages Rwanda
    Posted: 18 January 2019
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    Position: M&E Fellow
    Place of Work: Kigali Rwanda
    Contract Type: 3 Months with possibilities of extending to 10 months
    Job Reference: (1) SOS CV -HR -RW 2019

    SOS Children’s Villages Rwanda is a child focussed organization that provides direct services in the areas of care, education and health for children at risk of losing parental care, and those who have lost parental care.

    Association SOS Children’s Villages is non-governmental, non-political, non-denominational, and non-racial and has been operational in Rwanda since 1979. The overall mission of the organization is to build families for children in need, help them shape their own futures and share in the development of their communities. SOS Children’s Villages Rwanda is legally registered as a National Association. To realize the mission of the organization, SOS CV Rwanda is recruiting one Field Officer who will be in charge of data gathering monitoring, evaluation, learning and documentation for EDC Huguka Dukore/AKAZI KANOZE.

    Since 2011 SOS Children’s Villages Rwanda (SOS CV Rwanda) have a partnership with Education Development Center (EDC) to implement its program of Akazi Kanoze and from 2017 to date SOS CV Rwanda is one of implementing partners of HUGUKA DUKORE-AKAZI KANOZE Project with the purpose of providing youth with the foundation skills and Knowledge, productive workers and participants in civic and Community

    Project Description

    Huguka Dukore Akazi Kanoze Project is a USAID Funded project that, over the course of five years from 2016 to 2021, will provide 40,000 vulnerable youth, 34,000 new youth and 6,000 Akazi Kanoze alumni-with employability skills by scaling up proven successful Akazi Kanoze interventions across at least 19 of 30 districts countrywide. The implementation of the Project is led by Education Development Center (EDC) in collaboration with three consortium members Catholic Relief Services (CRS), Connexus and Souktel and 22 other local implementing partners (IPs) that include SOS Children’s Villages Rwanda. Huguka Dukore Akazi Kanoze will use a series of inclusive innovations that will invite more youth to participate in Rwanda’s historic transformation, particularly youth. Recognizing the diversity of youth backgrounds and goals, Huguka Dukore Akazi Kanoze will offer multiple program pathways including, i) employment preparation; ii) individual and cooperative youth microenterprise start-up; iii) business development for existing microenterprises; and iv) continuation onto additional formal Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) training. This fiscal year SOS Children’s Villages Rwanda (SOS CV Rwanda) is implementing the Huguka Dukore- Akazi Kanoze Project providing employability skills as well as employment and self-employment accompaniment services to 600 youth in Gasabo and Kayonza Districts.


    SOS Children’s Villages Rwanda (SOS CV Rwanda) is seeking a Monitoring and Evaluation fellow (M&E Fellow) to support the M&E work of Huguka Dukore- Akazi Kanoze Project. The M&E Fellow will be responsible for supporting both the M&E Coordinator and Program Coordinator to ensure accurate and comprehensive data collection and management as well as reporting of results and activities accomplished under the project.

    The M&E Fellow will be technically supervised by SOS CV Rwanda’s M&E Coordinator.


    The M&E Fellowship will be for Three (3) months with possibilities of extending to 10 months.

    Essential functions include:

    • Support both qualitative and quantitative data collection processes following the project’s reporting schedule;
    • Support the provision of data quality control/assurance and best practices on data collected and use;
    • Support the identification, documentation, and dissemination of lessons learned and success stories;
    • Provide needed database update
    • Provide feedback on the use of M&E tools/systems
    • Support the preparation of narrative and data reports and their timely submission;
    • Any other activity as assigned by Supervisor

    Qualifications and Requirements

    • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Statistics, Monitoring and Evaluation (with major in statistics), and information technology applied to management, Project management, and Communication.
    • Strong computer skills and strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs;
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
    • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail;
    • Excellent interpersonal communication skills.
    • Fluent in Kinyarwanda and English
    • Have high teamwork skills and willingness to learn

    An ideal candidate should:

    • Have graduated in less than two (2) years;
    • Have experience as a volunteer
    • Be motivated to be placed in any organization or area in Rwanda
    • Be a resident of the area of operations of SOS CV Rwanda


    • SOS CV RWANDA will offer a monthly stipend not exceeding 200.000 Rwanda Francs (Gross) for food, transport, and communication throughout the period of the fellowship;
    • The M&E Fellow will benefit from different trainings organized by the project including, but not limited to, M&E, Work Ready Now! (WRN!) and Advanced entrepreneurship;
    • The M&E Fellow will be given opportunities to use their knowledge, talents, and experiences to learn more about development interventions’ M&E functions and contribute to lives impacting work;
    • SOS CV Rwanda will provide workstation, access to internet and permission to use its facilities within the limits of its internal policies and procedures;
    • At the end of the fellowship EDC and will issue certificate and recommendation for future employment;

    Application process

    The application including a detailed CV, Cover letter, copy of Degree not notified, SOS Employment Application Form (Found at SOS CV Office), Scanned ID must be submitted to SOS Children’s Villages Rwanda located at GASABO/ KACYIRU Sector not later than January 24th, 2019 at 4: 00 pm.

    Please note that only selected candidates will be invited for a written test.

    Done at Kigali on 16th January 2019

    KAREGA Diogène MBONYI Japhet

    Programme Director Human Resources CV RWANDA


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