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Child Protection Specialist, NO-3

You will support UNICEF and the line ministries of Gender, Children and Social Action, Education, Justice, and Health, as well as justice sector institutions, to develop and implement effective programmatic interventions to prevent and address violence against children, child marriage and other harmful practices. You will work closely with education, communication for development and policy and advocacy colleagues in UNICEF to support development and review of messages and various products aimed at increasing awareness and transformation of norms and attitudes that are not inductive to realization of child rights. You will help create and or/maintain effective partnerships with civil society organizations and help decentralized monitoring of implementation of UNICEF programmes working closely with provincial offices of UNICEF and the government.

APPLY HERE (before Oct 23, 2017)





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