The Ministry of Finance, Republic of Sudan has received a grant from the World Bank (WB) and the Friends of Sudan through the Sudan Transition and Recovery Support (STARS) Multi-Donor Trust Fund in the amount of US $400 million and administered by the World Bank towards the cost of Sudan Family Support Program and it intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments for goods, works, nonconsenting services and consulting services to be procured under Sudan Family Support Program (SFSP) (P173521) project.
SFSP aims is to deliver cash transfers and improve safety net systems to support Sudanese families affected by economic reforms and other short-term shocks. Specifically, the program will provide five US dollars to each eligible family member per month, initially for six months. The end of the program target is to reach 80% of the population, about 32 million citizens. The identification of families that enroll should be validated against the national civil registry. Families should have the option of establishing digital wallets through which they will receive the cash transfer. Where digital payments are not possible non-digital alternatives must be provided. The business processes and information flows must be secure, auditable, and efficient, focused on citizens, and protect their privacy and rights.
Given the fact the important role of Online Communication and Social Media in public discourse, Thamarat’is seeking to hire a competent candidate based on the criteria described below for the position of Online Communication Associate who will be working under the direct supervision of the Communication& Outreach Manager.