R sum du posteContexteThe armed conflict has spread rapidly throughout much of Yemen since mid-March 2015, with devastating consequences for civilians. More than three years of violence has led one of the world s poorest countries into chaos. The disruption of the commercial and humanitarian imports as well as of the market system, the displacement of populations, the loss of livelihoods and incomes, the damage on the private and public infrastructure and the general destabilization of the public system have contributed to the widespread of food insecurity, malnutrition and to a serious lack of access to health. Today, according to the Yemen Humanitarian Needs Overview (HNO, 2019), it is estimated that approximately 24.1 million people in Yemen, about 80% of the population, are in need of humanitarian support, including 14.3 million in acute need, while 19.7 million people in Yemen require assistance to ensure adequate access to healthcare.PUI has been working in Yemen since 2007, by providing an integrated approach mainly focused on health and nutrition, coupled with food security and WASH activities, in order to combine an emergency response with a longer term community based approach.At the time of writing, PUI operates in Al Mansuryah, As Sukhnah and Al Mighlaf Districts in Hodeidah Governorate and in Al Jabin District in Raymah Governorate in the North; moreover, in 2019 a base has been established in the South, in Al Mokha District, located in Taizz Governorate. HEALTHIn terms of health, PUI provides Primary Health Care services in different Health Facilities (HFs), both in Hodeidah, Raymah and Taizz Governorates, among which: Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses (IMCI) and vaccination, reproductive health (Antenatal Care, Postnatal Care, Family Planning, HF and Home Delivery), medical curative consultations for all patients; health education/promotion at community level by Community Health Volunteers (CHVs). NUTRITIONIn terms of nutrition, PUI ensures the following: screening by CHVs at community level and by nurses at HF level in order to manage both cases of Moderate Acute Malnourished (MAM) of Children Under 5 (CU5) and Pregnant and Lactating Women (PLW) as well as Severe Acute Malnourished (SAM) CU5; distribution of Food Baskets (FB) to HHs with at least one SAM case enrolled in Outpatient Therapeutic Program (OTP); Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) promotion by midwives at HF level and by CHVs at community level.Cases of SAM CU5 with complications are referred to Stabilization Centers (SC) either supported by PUI or by any other organization/institution. The children can therefore benefit from in-patient treatment, including the provision of 3 meals a day for their caretakers as well as the food basket distribution. FOOD SECURITYIn terms of food security, PUI has been involved in activities consisting in seeds, seedlings and tools distributions to beneficiaries in order for them to cultivate their own vegetable garden; this activity is accompanied by the delivery of sensitization sessions and training to improve the nutritional knowledge of the target population as well as their skills in home gardening in order to contribute to the fight against malnutrition. WASHIn terms of WASH, PUI implements: hygiene promotion activities, through the delivery of hygiene kits to all SAM cases as well as awareness campaigns; water supply and sanitation, by supporting the health structures through the rehabilitation and improvement of water supply systems as well as by conducting beneficiary satisfaction surveys on WASH.PUI also ensures coordination with other key stakeholders, through effective participation to clusters and sub-clusters (health, nutrition; food security and livelihoods; WASH) and by working closely with relevant government departments and local authorities.Responsabilit sUnder the supervision of the Head of Mission, the Deputy HOM for Programs will lead the Program Department (Technical Coordinators, Monitoring and Evaluation Teams, Grants & Reporting Officer) in order to coordinate the tactical and strategic programming aspects of the mission for ensuring the implementation of high quality Programs and helping in strengthening the PUI Yemen Mission development. S/He will operate these duties in line with the global PUI Strategic framework and the agreed Country Strategy for Yemen.The DHoM is responsible for cross-cutting programmatic information management, sound design of assessments, monitoring and evaluation, and ensuring that information collected is reflected upon, used to improve ongoing projects, and incorporated into high quality grant proposals and reports. He/She must ensure that policies, systems and staff are continuously and accurately working in coordinated manner in order to ensure that a coherent and comprehensive program is designed and implemented, lessons are learnt and experiences shared across the various sectors and program teams.He/She ensures that the programs objectives fixed with the stakeholders s are reach by the program team with high standards and quality. He/She supports the HoM in representation activities linked to programs and provide interim coverage in his/her absence. He/She reports to the HOM and liaise at HQ level with the Program Officer.He/She gives a support to the Program teams as well as the MEAL (Monitroing, Evaluation, Accountability and learning) department based in Hodeida and Mokha.Principales activit sProgrammes and MEAL: He/She gives support to the Field Coordinators and the program teams and ensures the operational and qualitative aspects of programmes are put into practice properly (monitoring of objectives and workplans, respecting due dates, budget monitoring , quality control). He/She support the MEAL department in its activities.Mission Strategy: He/She participates in creating an operational strategy and suggests new operations according to needs identified in the country and the area of the current interventions , with the support of the medical coordinator and the program teams (health/nutrition; food security/Livelihood).Human resources: He/She supports (functional link) the Program teams (defining objectives, setting performance goals, appraisal and staff development). He/She can give support for the technical recruitment with the medical co. He/She can organize technical trainings for specific needs identified inside the program team. He/She will directly supervise the Grants & Reporting officer.Safety and Security: He/She ensures compliance to safety and security procedures in the program operation. He/She shares information regarding security on the ground with the HoM. He/She participates in the updating security plan.