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System Support Evaluation Officer



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Join a transformative USAID-funded WASH project in Madagascar as a System Support Evaluation Officer with CARE International.


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Antananarivo, Madagascar

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In-person- Antananarivo Madagascar

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Organisation Summary: The RANO MAHARITRA project, funded by USAID and spearheaded by CARE International, is dramatically improving WASH services for rural communities in Madagascar. With a focus on sustainable and equitable access, the initiative collaborates with the GoM and other experts to address challenges related to gender equality, social inclusion, and diversity. Operating in ten districts, this five-year project partners with a diverse range of stakeholders to make a tangible impact on lives and communities.

  • Assess the effectiveness of system strengthening activities within the project.
  • Support the Community Liaison Agent and knowledge management functions.
  • Work in partnership with a dynamic team of experts and local communities.
  • Minimum Master's degree in economics, MEAL, computer science, statistics, or related fields.
  • At least 3 years of experience in data collection, management, and validation.
  • Capacity-building experience in governance, legal frameworks, and public financing mechanisms.
  • Skilled in organizing trainings and developing educational materials for data management.
  • Experience in the WASH sector and managing USAID-funded projects.
  • Database management expertise and proficiency in current data management systems.
  • Strong communication, negotiation, and facilitation skills.
  • Familiarity with WASH governance international frameworks like SWA is beneficial.
  • Fluency in Malagasy and French, with English proficiency desirable.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and an advanced sense of organization.

The System Support Evaluation Officer will work closely with the S&E manager(s) to assess the impact and results of the project's system strengthening activities supporting the CLA (community Liaison Agent) and knowledge management functions.

The RANO MAHARITRA project is a 5-year project funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) which started in January 2024. The aim of the Project is to improve sustainable and equitable access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services for rural households. In collaboration with the government of Madagascar (GoM) and various experts, the program aims to overcome obstacles to gender equality, social inclusion, diversity, equity and accessibility (DEIA) in order to achieve four key objectives.

The project, led by CARE International in consortium with its partners WaterAid, IDE, Miarakap, BushProof and Sandandrano, encourages partnerships with governments, institutions, civil society organizations, communities, private sectors and beneficiaries. The project is implemented in ten districts of seven regions of Madagascar: Atsimo-Atsinanana, Anosy, Androy, Betsiboka, Fitovinany, Sofia, and Vatovavy.

EXPERIENCES AND QUALIFICATIONS Minimum Master's degree in economics, MEAL, computer science, or statistics, or professional qualifications in data collection and management and validations, civil engineering, water and sanitation, environmental health, or equivalent. At least 3 years of experience in data collection and validations and data management. Proven experience in capacity building, governance, legal frameworks, sectoral and intersectoral coordination, public financing mechanisms, decentralization or related fields. Ability to organize or hold trainings and design didactic supports on data collection and management and database management. Experience in the WASH sector, and familiarity with the various stakeholders Experience in managing USAID-funded projects.

Knowledge, skills and competences required Competence in database management and current data management systems. Excellent communication, negotiation and facilitation skills to effectively engage various stakeholders. Familiarity with international frameworks and standards in WASH governance, such as those of Sanitation and Water for All (SWA), is an asset. Ability to value data through computer processing. Complete oral and written mastery of the Malagasy language, French (mastery of English is desirable). Good interpersonal skills with all potential project stakeholders, especially beneficiary communities. Advanced sense of organization.


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