ANPPCAN Programme Coordinator (Anti Child Trafficking Programme) Job in Nairobi

ANPPCAN is a child rights organization based in Nairobi and is looking for a Programme Coordinator to be in charge of its Anti Child Trafficking programme activities in Kenya; namely in Busia, Mandera, Marsabit and Nairobi.

Duties and responsibilities

  • Overall in charge of the Anti- Child Trafficking Programme.
  • Plan, coordinate and monitor Programme activities in Busia, Marsabit, Nairobi and Mandera, in consultation with Project Officer, and the Consortium Partners participating in the project.
  • Provide technical support to Project Officer and the Consortium Partners
  • Ensure effective implementation and monitoring of activities as outlined in the Project Implementation Plan.
  • Work closely with stakeholders in the programme, such as Department of Children Services, the Ministry of Education and Teachers Service Commission.
  • Ensure that programme reports to the donor and ANPPCAN are timely prepared as required.
  • Develop costed work plans to the donor in consultation with the Programme Officer and Consortium Partners, yearly.
  • Ensure that emerging child trafficking issues are identified and brought to the attention of key stakeholders and ANPPCAN for possible intervention.
  • Participate in the management meetings of ANPPCAN.
  • Collaborate and share learning experiences with the Project Officer, Consortium Partners and other staff members of ANPPCAN.
  • Representing ANPPCAN in meetings when called upon.


  • A University graduate in Social Sciences from a recognized University. Post graduate qualification is an added advantage.
  • Professional experience of working on child rights sector as well as communities not less than 3 years.
  • Experience of identifying capacity building gaps and working with partners, such as, Civil Society Organizations, Department of Children Services, Teachers Service Commission and Ministry of Education.
  • Experience in delivering coaching, training and facilitation as appropriate to different situations.
  • Ability to identify and establish effective working relationships with key stakeholders for the project at all levels of operation.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and Kiswahili.
  • Self-driven with capacity to mobilize, motivate groups and build capacities.
  • Must be 30 years old and above and possess a driving license.
  • Ability to work with minimum supervision and skills to mobilize resources.
  • Computer literate with proven knowledge on use of several packages e.g. MS Word, Excel, Power Point, etc.

Availability: 31st July, 2018

How to Apply

Interested candidates who meet the above criteria may send their applications enclosing detailed CVs, names of three referees and daytime telephone contacts to:

To reach us not later than 6th June, 2018.

N/B: This is a senior position which requires experiences and only short listed applicants shall be contacted.

Community Development, NGO and UN, Project Management
Updated: May 21, 2018 — 2:16 pm