Let's Play Fair Program Coordinator

Kids Play International

About the organization

Kids Play International leverages the power of sport and the Olympic values in a safe space so girls and boys can positively challenge and shift harmful gender, social and cultural norms. Sport has been proven to provide a unique environment where harmful norms can be renegotiated giving girls the same opportunities as boys to reach their full potential. Genocide education and prevention goes hand in hand with gender equity as the assumptions and perceptions a society holds regarding the roles and responsibilities of each gender effect their power dynamics in and out of conflict.

Kids Play International is seeking a Cambodia Field Based Let’s Play Fair Program Coordinator (LPF PC) who recognizes and understands how sport can promote gender equity and create social change. This is also someone who is excited and inspired to work in a rural village helping to empower both girls and boys through sport to challenge harmful gender stereotypes which can create a more equitable society.


Programs Support:
●Oversee, evaluate and conduct coach trainings around year-round curriculum for Let’s Play Fair and Play Fair Community programs within KPI’s existing curriculum framework.
● Plan and execute at least 3 community days per year that involve an outside community partner that complements KPI’s gender equity work.
● Help plan and execute Partner School educational sessions around MHM, SRH, importance of girls education, etc.
●Help deliver ongoing curriculum and professional development trainings to KPI’s coaching staff.
● Learn, practice and facilitate our Play Fair Inclusion Workshop to other local NGOs (coaches/teachers/youth workers)

Monitoring & Evaluation:
●Attend weekly LPF, Play Fair Community Day programming and coach professional development sessions and complete observation reports for each.
● Assist in collecting and organizing program attendance, school attendance, school grades, exam scores on a regular basis.
● Maintain and update excel databases with all monitoring and evaluation information.
● Conduct surveys, observations and focus group discussions as they pertain to monitor and evaluation of activities
outlined in grants.

Business Development:
●Help write monthly program newsletters, and maintain weekly KPI Facebook, Instagram and Twitter as it pertains to programming.
● Help capture ongoing photographs, videos, and testimonials of participants and coaches for social media, website, and funding purposes.


● Bachelor’s degree
● Minimum of 4 years working experience at an international level with humanitarian NGOs or operational UN
agencies OR 2 years of field experience in challenging environments
● Proven experience in project management, including budget expenditure, data collection, report writing, and
staff management
● Preferable experience and strong interest in the areas of sport for development, gender equity, women’s
empowerment, and public health
● Ability to empower, mentor and train local staff
● Fluency in written and spoken English
● High degree of computer literacy
● Strong leadership and organizational skills
● Political and cultural sensitivity, including ability to adapt well to local cultures
● Proven ability to function well in a lower-resourced environment
● Strong liaison and communication skills
● Innovative and creative thinking
● Strong analytical and reporting skills


1500-1800 USD monthly consulting fee

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

All candidates should email a cover letter describing their interest and qualifications and a current resume to: [email protected] Please include “CAM LPF Program Coordinator” in the subject line.

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