Type de contrat
Stabilisation et résilience ; Protection sociale et travail décent
Date limite de candidature
Département Paix, stabilité, sécurité - P2S > Pôle Stabilisation et résilience
Mis en ligne le : 20/07/2022
Expertise France is looking for a Protection Project Manager for the component of the Qudra 2 – Resilience for Syrian refugees, IDPs and host communities in response to the Syrian and Iraqi crises – mutli-donor and multi-partner Programme that Expertise France is implementing in Lebanon.
Under the supervision of the Programme Director, the Qudra 2 Project Manager will undertake the overall responsibility of Qudra project to ensure timely and quality implementation of project activities in coordination with MoSA, the European Union Delegation (EUD) and other concerned stakeholders. The Qudra 2 Project Manager will lead a team of two project officers and one project assistant who will be placed under her/his direct supervision.
His/her overall duties include the following:
Project management, monitoring, evaluation and learning
Staff Management and Supervision of Experts
Monitoring on protection / social protection sectors and project development
Institutional representation & partnership
Expertise France is the French public agency for international technical assistance. The agency provides partner countries with knowledge, skills and management expertise in:
Expertise France designs and implements cooperation projects addressing skills transfers between professionals. The agency also develops integrated offers, assembling public and private expertise in order to respond to the partner countries' needs.
With a business volume of 192 million Euros, a portfolio of over 500 projects in 100 countries, and 63,000 days of expert missions every year, Expertise France promotes French and European development policy goals.
The Middle East is currently experiencing a profound crisis. The conflicts in Syria and Iraq are both a reflection and a transmitter of this crisis, with growing potential to further destabilise neighbouring countries and the wider region. These crises have resulted in a humanitarian disaster affecting more than 13.5 million people who were forced to flee their homes from Syria, and more than 17 million people in need of humanitarian aid (12.2 in Syria and 5.2 in Iraq).
Lebanon is now home to the largest number of Syrian refugees per capita relative to its total population, putting a severe strain on the country’s fragile infrastructures, economy, and security. As of November 2020, the Government of Lebanon estimates that the country hosts 1.5 million Syrians who have fled the conflict in Syria, including 879,598 registered as refugees with UNHCR, along with 257,000 Palestine Refugees in Lebanon, Palestinian refugees from Syria, other UNRWA eligible persons from Lebanon. Even though Lebanon has not signed the 1951 Refugee Convention, it continues to host the highest number of displaced per capita in the world. The Lebanon Crisis Response Plan 2017-2021 (LCRP) estimates the total number of people living in Lebanon at 5.9 million, with 3.2 million people in need, including 1.25 million vulnerable Lebanese. Some 44 per cent of all displaced Syrian individuals (646,811 people) reside in these the governorates of Akkar, Baalbek-Hermel and Beqaa bordering the Syrian territories.
During the last two years, host communities and refugee populations have seen their situation dramatically worsen due to the profound political, social and economic crisis that has hit the country, and that was compounded by the impact of the COVID 19 disease, leading to a dramatic increase of poverty levels throughout the country. The Beirut Port explosion has further devastated the country’s general economy and the society’s capacity to cope. Finally, the current political crisis has considerably undermined the legitimacy and capacity of the State to provide services and the financial breakdown of the country is severely impacting previously subsidized sectors, such as oil, electricity and pharmaceuticals.
Qudra II programme background
The Qudra Programme is co-financed by the EU Regional Trust Fund in Response to the Syrian Crisis (EUTF Syria), the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID) to contribute to alleviating the impact of the Syrian and Iraqi crises on refugees, internally displaced persons (IDPs) and host communities in Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey and Iraq. The first phase of Qudra was implemented in 2016-2019. Its second phase started in September 2019 and is expected to end in August 2023.
In Lebanon, Expertise France seeks to improve protection opportunities for vulnerable children, youth, and adults as well as other marginalised groups, such as older persons and persons with disabilities. To this effect, the project activities revolve around two pillars:
Expertise France works within the framework of the LCRP and MoSA National Plan for Safeguarding women and children in close partnership with Ministry of Social Affairs (MoSA).
The second phase of the programme will end in 2023. The programme is implemented in 12 SDCs of the MoSA. Expertise France is currently working with several NGOs as implementing partners, following a precise programme drafted by EF with MoSa.
Qualifications and skills
Professional experience :
Expected starting date: September 2022
Date limite de candidature : 12/08/2022 16:55
Expertise France est l’agence publique de conception et de mise en œuvre de projets internationaux de coopération technique. L’agence intervient autour de quatre axes prioritaires :
Dans ces domaines, Expertise France assure des missions d’ingénierie et de mise en œuvre de projets de renforcement des capacités, mobilise de l’expertise technique et joue un rôle d’ensemblier de projets faisant intervenir de l’expertise publique et des savoir-faire privés.