Three Human Resource Development Facilitator (HRDF)
|Oct 17, 2019
|Oct 31, 2019
The Livelihood Enhancement and Association of the Poor (LEAP) project will be implemented by Ministry of Interior (MoI) in association with Ministry of Agriculture, Fishery & Forestry (MAFF). The project development objective (PDO) is to improve access of poor and vulnerable households in selected communities to financial services, opportunities for generating income, and small-scale infrastructure. This would be achieved through the: (a) establishment of self-help groups (SHGs), savings and credit groups, producer groups, agricultural cooperatives and other people’s groups/organizations; (b) provision of capacity building and training to beneficiaries to improve their income generation opportunities; (c) establishment of private sector linkages to improve and expand market opportunities; and (d) identification and provision of community-based social and economic infrastructure to help improve livelihood and economic productivity of the poor. Siem Reap Province (SRP) aims to address the needs of the IDPoor and vulnerable households in the 47 communes in Siem Reap Province through a demand driven approach. As the predominant sources of income for these rural poor households are from agriculture, livestock and fisheries, the project will leverage the technical support of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (MAFF) and other technical service providers. The project is divided into three main components. These are: - Component 1: Improving Livelihoods for Rural Poor and Vulnerable Households - Component 2: Improving Livelihoods for Urban Poor and Vulnerable Households - Component 3: Project Management, Coordination, and Monitoring &Evaluation The organizational structure of the project involves government implementing agencies oversight by a Project Coordination Office (PCO) located in the Ministry of Interior (MoI), and two Sub-Management Teams (SMTs) located at Siem Reap and Phnom Penh Capital Hall with Khan and Commune/Sangkat level facilitators. MAFF’s General Department of Agriculture (GDA) will be the technical Implementing Agency (IA) responsible for the agriculture livelihood support for beneficiaries in Siem Reap Province. The Project Coordination Office (PCO) will support and facilitate executing agencies in their component implementation, and is responsible for project management and coordination, procurement and finance, reporting and communicating with the World Bank and key stakeholders.
The main objective of the Human Resource Development Facilitator (HRDF) for Phnom Penh Capital Hall is to assist and support the effective implementation of subcomponent 2.1 under the project with a focus on the facilitation and coordination of skills development activities. The incumbent is expected to work closely with the HRDS, KFs, PCO and other skills development team members in skills development program components to enable them to achieve the program’s objectives.
The Human Resource Development Facilitator (HRDF) will be based in the Division of Planning and Investment, Phnom Penh Capital Hall (PPCH). She/he will work under the supervision and guidance of the PPCH-SMT and work in close collaboration with the Human Resource Development Specialist (HRDS), and other team members working on the skills components of the project.
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