No. of Opportunity11
Field of studyAgriculture
- Organize coordination and awareness meetings with relevant stakeholders at both the district and community levels.
- Conduct project awareness meetings and various sessions with community elders and relevant stakeholders at the district and community levels.
- Select beneficiaries for agriculture inputs based on beneficiary profile surveys and established criteria, in close collaboration with the district-level committee.
- Compile lists of villages in specific districts in coordination with Community Development Councils (CDCs) and district-level Shuras.
- Actively participate in the agriculture input distribution process, ensuring its smooth and safe execution.
- Conduct post-distribution monitoring surveys.
- Enter beneficiary profile survey data into the designated database if necessary.
- Establish and maintain a network with governmental and non-governmental authorities at the district level.
- Extension Workers will attend district-level meetings and prepare reports for the Provincial Coordinator.
- Provide technical advice and training on wheat cultivation and pest management, covering topics such as wheat seed cultivation, the significance of wheat, wheat seed selection, bed preparation for wheat seed cultivation, weed and disease control in wheat crops, insect control, livestock and poultry management, and home gardening.
- Submit weekly activity/process reports, including beneficiary selection, input distribution, and post-distribution surveys.
- Proficiency in Pashto and Dari languages.
- Local knowledge of the culture and geographic areas.
- Familiarity with the KoBO application and basic computer programs (Word, Excel).
Interested and qualified candidates for this position are encouraged to apply by sending their CVs with a cover letter. Only candidates who meet the position requirements will be shortlisted and contacted.
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