The Child Labor in Mining Reporting Coordinator will be responsible for harnessing the interest of prospective donors in addressing human rights risks in upstream 2C and 3T supply chains centered on child labor to build integrated programs that address the root causes of child labor. Types of interventions include but are not limited to direct interventions for children and families involved in mining, capacity-building of institutions and services relevant to child protection, and training and deployment of tools for upstream industry to prevent and address child labor in mining. The Reporting Coordinator will have strategy design, program design, business development, donor relationship, communications and project management responsibilities, to be carried out in coordination with the Mines to Markets Sustainable Livelihoods Program manager responsible for ASM formalization and related programming. Coordination with the latter will be particularly important in assessing and addressing the community impacts of mine operators, and in economic empowerment interventions that seek to link the responsible use of ASM income with growing economic opportunity in mining communities at large.
A: Programming in the DRC:
C: Tasks not specific to the DRC: