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District Monitoring and Analysis Officer (2 Positions) at NGO regulatory Authority

  • Full Time
  • Machinga
  • Salary: 00

NGO regulatory Authority

The Non-Governmental Organisations Regulatory Authority (NGORA) is a statutory body established under the NGO Act, 2001 (Cap. 5 of the laws of Malawi). Under the NGO Act, NGORA is mandated to register and regulate the operations of NGOs in Malawi.

NGORA’s vision is to have an NGO Sector that maximizes public benefit. In order to attain this vision NGORA plans on strengthening the capacity of its stakeholders including their systems, governance and ownership. Further to this, NGORA also aims to improve transparency and accountability of NGOs; strengthen collaboration and relationships amongst stakeholders; and create an enabling legal and institutional framework.

To effectively fulfil this vision, opportunities have arisen within NGORA to fill various positions. The positions require personnel with capacity to initiate innovative ideas geared at making NGORA
vibrant and competitive. The following are the details of the vacant positions:

11. District Monitoring and Analysis Officer (2 Positions) – Based in Likoma and Machinga District

The District Monitoring and Analysis Officer shall implement, and manage monitoring and evaluation systems to track and assess the alignment, effectiveness, and impact of NGO work towards national development. S/He will be reporting to the Monitoring and Analysis Manager.

Duties and responsibilities

a. Ensure compliance by NGOs with the NGO law and any other relevant laws;
b. Preparing regular reports on NGO project progress and compile best practices;
c. Receive complaints regarding NGO work and channel them to appropriate sectors for resolution;
d. Coordinate the signing of project-based MoU between district councils and NGOs and review of the MoU;
e. Establish and update the NGO database, conduct analysis of the NGO sector, and share the results with relevant stakeholders at the district level;
f. Advise councils on the allocation of projects based on the outlook of NGO distribution;
g. Assist councils in the development of policies such as
Social Economic Profiles and District Development Plans by providing data-driven insights (NGO data);
h. Coordinate with the district council and community structures to ensure that NGO operations are in accordance with the law;
I. Conduct community capacity-building sessions on operations;
j. Any other duties relevant to the post assigned from time to time.

The desired candidate must have the following qualifications and experience:

a. Bachelor’s Degree in Statistics, Economics, or any other related field.
b. At least 3 years work experience in related field.


Method Of Application

Interested candidates should submit their applications in a sealed envelope together with detailed and updated curriculum Vitae (CV), three traceable referees and copies of certificates to:

The Registrar
NGO regulatory Authority
P.O. Box 31785

Or email: and cc: with title clearly stating the position being applied for.

Closing date for receiving applications is 29th March, 2024.

Only shortlisted candidates with be acknowledged.

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