Gouvernement du Canada

Affaires mondiales Canada


Monitoring and Evaluation Officer

Statut : Comblé
Organisation : United Nations Association in Canada
Acronyme : UNA-Canada
Type : Organisme non gouvernemental
Mandat : Founded in 1946, just months after Canada's signature of the UN Charter in San Francisco, the United Nations Association in Canada is a nation-wide, volunteer-based, not-for-profit registered charity. UNA-Canada works to engage and educate Canadians - with a focus on youth - in critical international issues, to raise awareness of the UN and its work and to offer to the global commons made-in-Canada solutions and innovations to international challenges. UNA-Canada's public education and outreach programmes encompass conferences and seminars, community activism, the publication of policy analyses, informative documents and educational resources, and a robust web site that covers a broad range of UN-related issues, including sustainable development, food security, peace-building, human rights, UN reform/revitalization, corporate social responsibility and the strengthening of the role of civil society and international organizations. With a professional staff in Ottawa, UNA-Canada has 17 branches and contacts across the country; 14,000 members; a Council of Organizations consisting of 25 organization supportive of Canada's multilateralism and the Canadian Corporate Leadership Council of the UN which encourages corporate citizenship while supporting the work of UNA-Canada.
Adresse : 300-309 Cooper St.
Ottawa, Ontario,
K2P 0G5
FAX: (613) 563-2455
Veuillez visiter le site Internet de l'organisation offrant ce stage pour connaître ses exigences avant de lui envoyer votre curriculum vitae.
Personne ressource : Amy Brathwaite
Courriel : amy.brathwaite@unac.org
Pays : Namibie
Ville : Windhoek
Secteur : Santé
Description du stage : UNICEF, Namibia has commenced its five year country programme of cooperation with the Government of Namibia since January 2006. This country programmes falls within the framework of the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) in Namibia and is carried out in collaboration with other UN agencies and counterparts from various Ministries and civil society organisations. The country programme covers the following aspects - maternal, adolescent and child health, HIV prevention education and life skills for children and adolescents, special protection of orphans and vulnerable children and protection of women and children from violence, abuse and neglect.

In Canada
The JPC will be required to complete the following before their departure:

- Mandatory briefing session hosted by UNA-Canada in Ottawa, ON from June 25-28 2007
- Sign Participation Agreement with UNA-Canada
- Complete required skills assessments and documentation prior to departure
- Return all required documentation to UNA-Canada prior to departure

The intern will be responsible for:

- Working with the three programme sections to support them to compile annual integrated monitoring and evaluation plans including studies and evaluations to be undertaken.
- Supporting compilation and regular updating of monitoring indicators within various programmes - through participation in discussions with programme colleagues as well as undertaking monitoring visits to the project sites.
- Centrally collating and managing the Information system through updating the electronic shared site - to ensure that various reports to donors, regional office and head quarters on these programmes and projects are available for easy retrieval.
- Supporting the programme sections and working with the UN agency Dev Info team in regularly reviewing and updating the child related indicators within the national development information data base.
Organisation d'accueil : United Nations Children's Fund
Détails au sujet de l'organisation d'accueil : UNICEF works in 156 countries and territories, supporting child health and nutrition, clean water and sanitation, quality basic education for all boys and girls, and the protection of children from violence, exploitation, and AIDS.

UNICEF is guided by the Millennium Development Goals. Meeting these goals requires that all sectors of society 'Unite for Children' which is the guiding philosophy of UNICEF's efforts to achieve global health and development goals for the world's children.