Call for Child Protection Experts in Armenia

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With funding from the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, World Vision Middle East and Eastern Europe, ChildPact and the Armenian Child Protection Network (CPN) are now developing the Child Protection Index in Armenia, after having piloted it in Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova, Georgia and Serbia. We are seeking child protection experts to work on the data collection in Armenia.

The child protection experts should be representatives/members/affiliates of CPN and fulfil the following conditions:

  • Hold an university degree in relevant social fields: social work, psychology, etc
  • Have relevant experience/ expertise in child protection: child abuse and neglect, child labour, exploitation (including sexual), child trafficking and missing children, drug abuse, adoptions, and alternative care for children
  • Have good knowledge / understanding of the public sector
  • Have previous experience in assessing child protection programs
  • Have an excellent command of English (reading, writing, speaking)


The legal experts should also be representatives / members / affiliates of CPN or CPN close collaborators. They will meet the following conditions:

  • Hold university degree in legal studies
  • Have relevant child protection expertise
  • Have an excellent command of English (reading, writing, speaking)


The selected experts are required to participate to a 1-day training on the data collection methodology and provide documented answers to approximately 250 indicators, within an agreed timeframe of approximately two months. The training will take place in July and it will be conducted by Andrei Petre Guth, Data Collection Manager.


If interested please send your CV and a motivation letter in English to before June 15th.