Plan International in Timor-TOR FOR CONDUCTING BASELINE SURVEY -CD 29 de Outubro de 2014

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Plan International in Timor-Leste

PLAN INTERNATIONAL IN TIMOR-LESTE

TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR CONDUCTING BASELINE SURVEY FOR WOMEN AND GIRLS PARTICIPATION (WOGIP) PROJECT IN AILEU AND AINARO DISTRICT

 

Plan International in Timor Leste in collaboration with women NGO Patria in Timor Leste, seek an independent consultant to carry out a baseline survey for three months for women and girls participation project. The   baseline survey is expected to be carried out starting November 2014.

 

1. Project summary

 

Plan International is one of the world’s largest children’s International NGO, working with children and poor community in 50 developing countries across Africa, Asia and the Americas to promote child rights. Plan has no religious or political affiliations.

Plan International has been working in Timor-Leste since 2001 to promoting the rights of all children and young people and to give them practical support to achieve their rights to early education, water, sanitation and hygiene, employment, and child protection, Participation disaster risk management. Plan works mainly in  Aileu and Ainaro districts.

Patria is a Timorese women’s association that was established in 2012 and works in 13 districts of Timor-Leste. Their vision is for women to be free from all kinds of discrimination and for them to become decision-makers at a local government level.

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Lifebuoy Global Handwashing Day 2014 in Dili – Loron Mundial ba Fase Liman Ho Sabaun 2014

Lifebuoy Logo

Lifebuoy Logo

Announcement – Anusiamentu


 

TETUM

Lifebuoy nu’udar merek sabaun ida nebe’e bo’ot liu iha mundu kona ba saude nian sei selebra hamutuk ho Timor-Leste iha dia 18 de Outubru konaba Loron Mundial ba Fase Liman ho Sabaun. Sira sei atrai fokus ba fase liman ho sabaun nu’udar hahalok bain bain nebe’e bele salva ita nia moris.

Iha mundu, ema la barak fase liman ho sabaun. Tuir parseiru fase liman ho sabaun nian ho naran Publico Privado, observa katak ema nebe’e fase liman ho sabaun iha tempu kritiku mak entre 0% ho 34% deit. Entaun atu motiva ema atu fase liman ho sabaun no hahalok ne’e sae bai-bain ba loro-loron mak dezafiu bo’ot ida.

Lifebuoy iha komitementu ba edukasaun ijene atu hamenus moras diarreia no infesaun respiratóriu grave nu’udar moras rue nebe’e mak oho labarik barak liu nebe’e tinan liman mai kraik iha Timor-Leste. Peskisa sira hatudu kayak fase liman ho sabaun iha tempi kritiku – inklui antes atu han ka prepare hahan no depois de sentina – bele hamenus risk ba diarreia to’o 45%. Ida ne’e hanesan intervensaun nebe’e simples liu atu prevene moras no mate husi diarreia.

 

Lifebuoy sei kolabora ho Ministro de Saude no BESIK, Ministro de Edukasaun no Assosiasaun Médiku Timor Leste atu promove konyesementu klean liu konaba fase liman ho sabaun. Sira mos sei hamoris jardin 5 de Maio nian ho teatro, pinta, demonstrasaun, filmi no musika. Eskola oan sira nain atus lima mos sei partisipa no aprende konaba importansia fase liman ho sabaun.

 

Liu husi inisiativu hanesan Loron Mundial ba Fase Liman ho Sabaun, Lifebuoy hakarak fo inspirasaun ba familia sira atu muda sira nia hahalok bai-bain atu fase liman ho sabaun – asaun ida nebe’e bele halo diferensia bo’ot liu ba sira nia saude no kommunidade hotu nia saude iha Timor-Leste.

DATA:              SABADU 18 OUTUBRU 2014

HORAS:          TUKU 10:00 DADEER TOO TUKU 2:00 LOKRAIK – GRATIS

FATIN:             Jardim 5 de Maio

AGENDA:

10:00-10:30            Animasaun musika no teatro

10:20-10.25            Benvindu husi protokolo

10:25-10:45            Demonstrasaun fase liman ho sabaun

10:45-10:55            Liafuan badak husi reprezentante Unilever nian, Sra. Iris Teu.

10:55-11:05             Liafuan badak husi Ministru Edukasaun Sr. Bendito dos Santos Frietas (hein konfirmasaun)

11:05-11:15             Liafuan badak husi Sra. Rosye Bela J.B.M. Da Silva, AMTL

11:15-11:25             Liafuan badak husi Ministru Saude Sr. Sergio Gama Lobo (hein konfirmasaun)

11:25-11:35             Deklarasaun husi VIP sira

11:35-12:30             Aktividade arte no edukasaun nian loke

Aktividades: Demonstrasaun fase liman (x2)

Pinta oin

Kompetisaun distritu (pinta)

Jumping castle (jogu haksoit)

Teatro

Filme ba inan aman sira

12:30-13:30             Aktividades lao nafatin, han hamutuk

13:30-13:45             Fahe premiu ba manan nain husi kompetisaun pinta

14:00                        Fahe malu

American Councils – Bolso de ESTUDO

American Councils

American Councils

American Councils is pleased to announce that it has been named the administering organization of the United States Timor-Leste Program (USTL), a program of the Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs (ECA), U.S. Department of State.

USTL provides full scholarships to outstanding students from Timor-Leste for four years of study at high-quality undergraduate degree institutions in the United States. Scholarship awards include full tuition for four years of undergraduate study, travel, living stipends, medical insurance in the U.S., and visa costs. Applicants may also receive up to one year of additional, intensive English-language training in the U.S. before beginning their four years of degree-related study. Participants are enrolled full time and live on-campus with an American roommate. Participants are placed at carefully vetted, high-quality U.S. colleges and universities that match their academic interests and provide outstanding student support. All host-institution placements are final.

In addition to academic study, the USTL program provides participants the opportunity to engage in community service and internships related to their professional interests in the U.S. American Councils staff and host-university personnel assist participants in identifying these opportunities and provide them ongoing support throughout their professional training experiences.

USTL participants may apply to pursue a wide range of academic disciplines, including but not limited to agricultural science, business communication, economics, education, environmental science, international relations, political science, psychology, and sociology.

The USTL Program is a merit-based, open competition. Candidates will be considered without respect to race, color, religion, national origin, or gender; persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Applicants must be students enrolled in their final year of secondary school or undergraduate study who are proficient in English and have demonstrable leadership skills, a strong interest in cross cultural understanding, and a commitment to return to Timor-Leste upon completing the program.

The USTL scholarship provides:
• J-1 visa support;
• Round-trip coach class travel from participant’s home city to host institution in the United States;
• Health benefits;
• Tuition and mandatory university fees;
• Room and board (housing and meals);
• Orientation and Re-Entry Workshop in Washington, DC;
• Monthly stipend and book allowance; and
• Other special allowances where applicable.

For more information, please write to us at: USTLscholarship@americancouncils.org

 

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Plan International in Timor-An Independent Consultant -CD 30 de Outubro de 2014

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Plan International in Timor-Leste

PLAN INTERNATIONAL IN TIMOR-LESTE

Terms of Reference

(TOR)

FINAL PROJECT RESULTS ASSESSEMNT OF A PILOT PROJECT “INTEGRATION OF DISASTER RISK REDUCTION INTO CHILD FRIENDLY SCHOOLS

 

Summary:  Plan International seeks for an independent consultant to carry out a final assessment of nine-months DRR in Child Friendly School (DRR-CFS) Project in Timor-Leste. The assessment is expected to be carried out in late November 2014.

 

                    I.                 Project background

Plan International is one of the world’s largest children’s International NGOs, working with children and poor communities in 50 developing countries across Africa, Asia and the Americas to promote child rights, mainly in area of education, child protection and participation, health, water and sanitation and disaster risk management.  Plan has no religious or political affiliations.

 

The DRR-CFS project is a nine months project (March-November 2014), being implemented by Plan International in fifteen schools in Aileu District through partnership with UNICEF, Ministry of Education (MoE) and Ministry of Social Solidarity (MSS). The overall objective of this project is ‘Increasing the resilience and reducing the risk of primary school children in Aileu by minimizing the impact of disaster on their right to quality education. The project is implemented in the MoE’s framework of CFS “Eskola Foun”.

 

The project has the following outcomes:Outcome 1: Capacity of 60 primary school children, 45 teachers, 15 PTA members, 30 community leaders  as School Disaster Management Committee members at school level and 10 education officials at district and sub-district level developed to anticipate, plan and react appropriately to disaster events.

Outcome 2: Evidence on the results and lessons learnt from the pilot project documented and available for use by MoE for integration of DRR in its CFS package.

The project is being implemented in Timor-Leste, targeting 3,750 students, 150 teachers and 95 PTA members of 15 schools will be benefitted through capacity building of 15 School Disaster Management Committees.

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ANP – Timor-Leste -Duas Posições- CD 22 de Outubro de 2014

ANP-TL

ANP-TL

Autoridade Nacional do Petroleo (ANP) hanesan orgaun ida ne’ebé responsabiliza ba maneija, regula, no kontrola atividade minarai iha Tasi Timor hanesan area konjunta ba desenvlvimentu petróleo no area esklusiva Timor-Leste nian. Agora dadaun ANP hakarak rekruta tanProfesional Timor Oan nain rua (2) ba posisaun :

1. Ofisiais ba Asuntu Kontiudo Lokal – Treinamento no Empregu (Anuncio ba daruak)

Kandidatu ne’ebé manan vaga ne’e sei maneija no monitoriza asuntu kontiudu lokal hanesan treinamentu no empregu iha TLEA no JPDA, Sei asisti Jerente Kontiudu Local hodi avalia relatoriu konaba kontratu dokumentu sira PSC nian; Mantein kontiudu lokal nia base ba dadus (database) kona treinamentu no empregu iha area industria petrolifeiru.

Kriteria Esensial:

    1. Kualifikasaun Universitariu iha areas hanesan Rekursu Umano, Jestaun, Negosiu, Administrasaun, Psikolojia, no Artes.
    2. Minimu tinan rua esperensia serbisu iha Jestaun Rekursu Umano, Treinamentu, no Empregu.
    3. Posisaun ne’e oferese ba sidadaun Timor-Leste (Timor Oan);
    4. Iha abilidade no kapasidade másimu iha lian Ingles (hakerek, le’e, koalia no rona)
    5. Iha abilidade atu uza programa komputer hanesan Mircosoft words, Excel, no Lotus Notes.
    6. Hatene no komprende leis kona ba empregu.

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2. Ofisial ba Komunikasaun

Kandidatu ne’ebé manan vaga ne’e sei maneija no supervisona prosesu tomak ba serbisu produsaun material informasaun sira hanesan; brosura, booklet, dokumentu sira hanesan relatoriu anual, no asaun planu stratejia; nia mos sei organiza partisipasaun media nian iha eventu no atividade sira ANP nian; Maneija no mantein ANP nia situ elektroniku (website) liu husi kordenasaun ho diresaun hotu iha ANP hodi atualiza (update) nafatin informasaun esensial sira iha situ elektroniku refere.

Kriteria Esensial:

    1. Kualifikasaun Universitariu iha area sira hanesan relasaun publiku, komunikasaun no jornalista, jestaun ka area relevante sira;
    2. Iha ona esperensia serbisu iha area komunikasaun ka relasaun publiku durante tinan 3;
    3. Posisaun ne’e oferese ba sidadaun Timor-Leste (Timor Oan);
    4. Iha abilidade no kapasidade másimu iha lian Ingles (hakerek, le’e, koalia no rona)
    5. Matenek atu utiliza Graphic Design Software sira hanesan: correl draw, adobe photoshop, adobe in design, and audio visual software no matenek mos utiliza , Microsoft word, Power Points, Excel, and other relevant softwares.

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Ba ita boot sira ne’ebé interese ba pozisaun rua nee, bele haruka ita boot sira nia dokumentu sira hanesan CV, inklui Cover Letter ne’ebé esplika ita bo’ot nia abilidade profesional ba posisaun refere, haruka ba diresaun Rekursu Umanu ANP nian ka liu husi karta elektronika/ email hr@anp-tl.org

Ita boot sira nia aplikasaun no CV ka resumu tenki hakerek ho lian Ingles no inklui mos lista pesoal ba referensia nain tolu.

Atu bele hetan informasaun klaru liu tan kona ba vaga ida ne’e bele kontaktu direitamente ba iha edefisiu ANP nian iha Palacio do Governo iha diresaun Rekursu Umanu nian, ka kontaktu liu husi numiru telefone: 332-4098 ka email ba iha hr@anp-tl.org

Vaga ne’e sei taka iha loron 22 Outubro 2014, tuku 05.00 loro kraik. ANP sei kontatu deit Kandidatus sira ne’ebe maka pasa ona prosesu short-listing.

ANP promove oportunidade serbisu hanesan ba jéneru hot-hotu iha Timor-Leste.
ANP investe maka’as iha Dezenvolvimentu kapasitasaun ba Rekursu Umanu sira.

Plan International in Timor-Várias Posições-CD 20 de Outubro de 2014

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Plan International in Timor-Leste   

Vacancy Announcement

 

Plan International in Timor-Leste is growing! We are looking for enthusiastic, dedicated Timorese national development professionals interested in careers with a major international children’s NGO.

 

Plan, one of the world’s largest children’s INGOs, works with children and poor communities in 48 developing countries.

Plan has been working in Timor-Leste since 2001, helping children and youth to access their rights to education, health, livelihoods and protection.

Plan has no religious or political aims or affiliations. Visit www.plan-international.org  and/or http://plan-international.org/where-we-work/asia/timor-leste, for more information.

 

Plan is an equal opportunity employer. We strongly encourage applications from women, members of ethnic groups and people with disabilities. Plan offers competitive salaries and long-term employment opportunities for all posts.

 

District WASH Manager (2 positions – 1 based in Aileu and 1 based in Lautem)

Responsibilities will include:

·         Provide overall leadership for WASH activities in district with partners, District authorities and Plan;  

·         Maintain and encourage close coordination and integration between WASH team and other Plan programs (Sponsorship, Child Protection, DRM, Youth, ECCD and Education) in the district;

·         Coordinate with local government authorities at district level on WASH issues, including regular district WASH coordination meetings;

·         Work together with Plan and Partner teams in providing community level training such as CLTS, HP, GMF training, CAP training as per work plan;

·         Identify and prioritize capacity building needed to partners and community in the district. (Technical issues, GMF, CAP etc).

Skills, qualifications, experience

·         Proven track record in effectively managing working teams with partners and local authorities;

·         Excellent communication and reporting skills;

·         Experience working in rural WASH sector in Timor-Leste preferred;

·         Capable and experienced in the health and hygiene programming (CLTS and School WinS), basic construction and water system design;

·         Good coordination and networking skills with other organizations, government authorities and private sector;

·         Computer literate, especially with Word and Excel;

·         Spoken and written Tetun (and English preferred) and spoken Bahasa.

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Plan International in Timor-Consultant -CD 20 de Outubro de 2014

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Plan International in Timor-Leste   

Consultant Terms of Reference

Final evaluation of the

Child Protection Program January –December 2014

 

Background on Plan

Plan, one of the world largest INGO, works with children and poor communities in 50 developing countries and promote children’s rights in the fields of child protection, participation, sexual and reproductive health, economic security, education, health, water sanitation and hygiene and  emergency assistance with a strong commitment to gender equity, inclusion of all ethnic groups and children with disabilities. Plan has no religious or political aims or affiliations. Visit www.plan-international.org

Background on the Child Protection Program.

The Program was designed based on previous experiences from three years implementation in 2010 – 2013. This extension project for one year was supported by Sweden National Office (SNO) implemented by 3 local Partners namely Suhurama were based in Maubesi Sub District in Ainaro district and Belun Ba Comunidade (BBC) and Mane Ho Vizaun Foun (MHVF) were based in Aileu district and Forum Tau Matan (FTM) through the establishment of an agreement between Plan Timor Leste with these partners.

This one year extension project was designed with the very simple logframe and the numbers of the indicators that are use to directing those local partners in their implementation in the coverage areas.

The project was expected to implement by the earlier of 2014, but with the limited capacity of those partners were identified that were late in their in submitting their proposal and the needs of initial technical assistance that were urged Plan to facilitated them for the proper handling of the project, delaying the project implementation just started at the beginning of April 2014.

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