Job Description

Salary: (900 -1000 USD) monthly gross salary according to the experience
Location: Khartoum with multiple travels Outside the station
Contract: Annual Contract with the possibility to be renewed.


Disabled people living in poverty are among the most vulnerable, marginalized, and discriminated against people on earth. Often, they have no access to basic human rights, education, or the opportunity to work. There are approximately 1 billion disabled people In the world according to the World Health Organization, 80% live in developing countries – and around 150 million have very high levels of need. Shockingly small numbers of disabled children go to school leading to low literacy and low employment and, for most disabled people. even basic health services are inaccessible.

Disabled people are frequently discriminated against, stigmatized, and excluded from wider society — even by their own families.

After many years of relentless campaigning, we are now beginning to see the global political will, high profile champions, and relevant policies that are needed to respect the rights of disabled people around the world. ADD International has been at the heart of this global movement, ensuring that the voices of disabled people grow ever louder.


For over 32 years ADD International has been supporting some of the world’s most remarkable disability activists working on the frontline of discrimination. We give them and their organization the tools and resources to build a powerful movement for change, and we make sure their voices are heard by global Leaders and people with the power to make real change. Based in the UK, we have 5 Offices in East Africa and Asia with a staff team of approximately 100 people and a turnover of over £3m.


The Project Officers report to the Project Manage for the “We Are Able” consortium Project ADF & ADD Sudan Country Director and are responsible for organizing and arranging & facilitate implementation of all activities of the project for which they are responsible.


1. Prepare an Activity Plan in collaboration with ADD for the implementation of the actives of the assigned project.

2. Arrange the implementation of all activities according to the Activity Plan.

3. Prepare and submit progress reports as specified in the project document.

4. Provide technical support and, where necessary, design training and other materials for project implementation.

5. Identify trainers /resource persons for any Project training activates.

6. Involve resource persons from OPDs and development organizations in the implementation of training and other activities of the project.

7. Facilitate awareness-raising training activities for personnel of Participating organizations.

8. Supervise the work of any ADF, interns, or volunteers assigned to the project.

9. Coordinate with ZOA (The lead of the We Are Able to project) and ADD’s We are Able to staff to ensure smooth project implementation and delivering as well as creating links with other relevant stakeholders.

10. Undertake regular field visits to collect and document data on partners’ DPO’s response and satisfaction with the project deliverables.

11. Gather field information for documenting best practices, learning for developing communication materials such as publications, videos and manuals, and stories of change.

12. Ensure familiarity, and with, ADD’s child and vulnerable adult Safeguarding policy and, training as required.

13. Represent ADF at national and state events and meetings.

14. Undertake such other tasks as may be assigned by the Project Manager and/or the executive Director.



  • A University degree (BA/BSc) in development or relevant discipline
  • At least 5 years’ INGO experience in a similar post. Experience in the field of disability is an advantage.
  • Excellent written Arabic and Good command of written and spoken English languages.
  • Knowledge of basic computer applications (Word, Excel, Internet, E-mail, etc.).


  • Knowledge of participatory community development methods and approaches.
  • Knowledge of basic computer applications (word, Excel, Internet, E-mail etc. Statistical analysis skills is an advantage).
  • Good skills in networking and experience in organizing advocacy campaigns.
  • Sensitive to mainstream equality.



  • Experience of working with socially excluded and marginalized groups, particularly disabled women and children.
  • Working experience in livelihood project.
  • Experience of taking the lead on safeguarding policy and practice for your team/office.
  • Experience of advising others and/or providing training on safeguarding best practice.


  • Self-motivation.
  • Planning and organizing.



  • Commitment to and understanding of the Social Model of Disability and a rights-based approach to development.
  • Shows respect for, and understanding of, diverse points of view and demonstrates this understanding in daily work and decision-making.
  • Awareness of the value of diversity and cultural differences.


Lived experience of disability.

How to Apply:

  • Hand-written applications, with photocopies of your testimonies & certificates to be sent to the Humanitarian Aid Commission (HAC), Labour Office Department- Khartoum.
  • Closing date: (10 days) from the last day the advert appears in newspapers.
  • Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Please indicate contact telephone number and email.
  • Incomplete or late applications will not be considered.
  • Females and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply particularly disabled women.

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