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Widows and Orphans Empowerment Organization (WEWE) is soliciting experienced and qualified professionals to join its management team.

Widows and Orphans Empowerment Organization (WEWE), is a strong, upcoming faith-based local NGO, that is expanding its operations and workforce in Nigeria in line with its new five-year strategic plan and to align with international donor localization initiatives such as the Foreign Commonwealth Development Organization (FCDO) working with Women's Rights Organizations (WROs), USAID localization strategy, and the European Union’s interest in engaging more local organizations. 

WEWE is compiling a list of qualified and experienced professionals who will be on standby to be engaged if WEWE secures any grants this year 2024 and early next year 2025. If your application is successful, WEWE will reach out to you first when we win a new award.

Are you interested in joining a local organization, especially now that international donors are allocating more funds to local organizations?

Is your internationally donor-funded project ending, and as a result, will you be out of work in a few months?

Are you working in an insecure part of Nigeria and looking to relocate to the South-South or South West, where you are more familiar with the terrain?

Do you currently work far from your family and wish to move closer to them, perhaps to the South-South or Southwest? Then come and join the WEWE family.

Position:         Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Manager

Key Duties & Responsibilities:

* S/he will ensure accurate Data verification and validation of all reported GBV cases at the community and facility level.

* S/he will write, compile, and submit monthly, quarterly, and annual reports on GBV.

* S/he will develop success stories and documentaries

* S/he will be responsible for reviewing and updating existing GBV Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) documents.  

* S/he will coordinate quarterly/monthly review meetings for the Community GBV focal persons, and relevant stakeholders for improved GBV services.

* S/he will carry out mentorship, training, and capacity building for Community GBV focal persons.

* S/he will coordinate GBV case entries and service delivery.

* S/he will facilitate referrals for Clinical care, legal support, and other GBV services, etc.

* S/he will be in charge of community mobilization coordination, Community/Key stakeholder engagement (Police, Community leaders, CPC Team), and liaison with more GBV champions for sustainability.

* S/he will coordinate awareness-raising activities such as the Sister-Sister forum, Community sensitization, and 16 days of GBV activism to disseminate GBV messages across implementing sites. 

* S/he will strengthen partnerships with private and government agencies, institutions, and other GBV organizations to ensure access to services and completed referrals.          

Minimum Qualification Requirements:   

* A graduate with a Bachelor’s degree or Higher National Diploma in social work, Public Health, International Development or other relevant field of study

* Previous Gender-based Violence training or certification obtained

* A master's or postgraduate degree will be an added advantage  

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

* Proven knowledge and experience in developing and implementing community mobilization projects.

* Familiarity with standards and guidelines for GBV programming and coordination as well as guidance on protection

* Ability to exercise sound judgment, to remain flexible to a changing environment, and to make decisions independently.

* Knowledge of working with any Gender-based Violence tools

* Ability to develop GBV tools

* Well-organized, with the ability to track multiple activities and deadlines 

* Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills.

* Evidence of strong report writing skills

* Must have leadership and governance experience.

Method of Application

Interested and qualified individual should send their comprehensive curriculum and cover letter in ONLY one attachment (MS Word document) explaining their suitability for the job to: on or before Wednesday, July 31, 2024.


Kindly Note: WEWE reserves the right to conclude this recruitment process when a suitable individual is selected. While WEWE thanks all for showing interest, only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.


“WEWE is an equal opportunity employer, which promotes diversity and does not discriminate based on tribe, state of origin within Nigeria, religion, age, sex, race or on different physical ability”.


“WEWE’s organizational culture promotes the principles of safeguarding and high moral values. WEWE’s Safeguarding Policy 2022 promotes an environment where no staff, associates, volunteers, case workers, consultants, board members, and partners engage in a sexual relationship, harass, or exploit anyone under the age of 18 or vulnerable adult, especially our beneficiaries”.


“WEWE’s organizational culture also has zero tolerance for corrupt practices. Therefore, for any of our job vacancies, we advise that applicants do not offer or accept any request for money, favors, or gifts from anyone to facilitate an employment opportunity with WEWE. Applicants found engaging in such practices could jeopardize their chances of being selected. If anyone contacts, you with such an offer please report this immediately to WEWE management on this WhatsApp line 09037811024”.

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