as one of the largest development and humanitarian organisations of the United Nations System, promotes the rights and well-being of children in 190 countries and territories worldwide. UNICEF does whatever it takes to help children survive, thrive and fulfill their potential, from early childhood through adolescence.
UNICEF Nigeria works across all 36 states across the humanitarian-development nexus. The main office is in Abuja, Federal Capital Territory and has eight field offices across the country focusing on health, nutrition, WASH, education, child protection, and social policy.
Over the life of the current Country Programme 2023-2027, UNICEF Nigeria seeks to proactively mobilize resources for children and ensure predictable and long-term funding to facilitate quality programming as well as build partnerships to leverage resources and advocate in the interests of children. Donor reporting, and overall resource mobilization obligations are required to meet this demand and deliver results for Children in Nigeria.
In the new country programme, UNICEF Nigeria seeks to mobilize over one billion USD to meet its ambitions targets across six key sectors (education, health, child protection, nutrition, WASH, and social policy.
As Associate Resource Mobilization Officer you support UNICEF as follows:Contribute to the preparation of high-quality fundraising proposals, investment cases, and donor reports by supporting the writing, editing, and quality assurance process; Support donor engagement through organization of donor meetings, donor visits, and visibility; Assist with the maintenance of resource mobilisation databases such as UNICEF's corporate customer relationship management system, funding pipeline, donor contact lists, and other relevant databases; In coordination with Resource Mobilisation Specialist, support the identification of new donors for diversifying UNICEF donor portfolio including private companies and private foundations; Support with knowledge management by documenting lessons learnt and best practices to improve resource mobilisation efforts; Etc.
Part of the Talent programme , this position is sponsored by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC). The programme ensures that travel, relocation, life and health insurance costs are covered, and a monthly living allowance is paid. Find more information in the and the
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