2. Draft Terms of Reference for consultants and contractors, coordinate their activities and ensure timely and high quality delivery of outputs.

3. Initiate and process Action Programme proposals from governmental departments, employers‘ and workers‘ organizations and non-governmental organizations (NGO).

4. Analyse and monitor child labour trends in Timor-Leste including through information gathered through the Child Labour Monitoring System and other sources.

5. Coordinate and ensure synergies with other ILO related projects in Timor-Leste at the national level.

6. Coordinate and build partnerships with the relevant national stakeholders, including governmental organizations, employers‘ and workers‘ organizations, non-governmental organizations, UN agencies, and donor’s active in the area of child labour in pursuance of the project’s objectives and ILO’s mandate.


7. Monitor, evaluate and report on all project activities, building the information systems to ensure effective and timely progress and delivery. This includes the preparation and monitoring of the project monitoring plan (PMP) and system, as well as the Project annual work plan, including when action programmes and individual components have to be developed and implemented, in accordance with the ILO Technical Cooperation Manual and the ILO/IPEC Programme Operations Manual.

8. As part of the overall monitoring and evaluation of the project, establish detailed monitoring and evaluation processes as appropriate for specific components and activities of the project, and prepare and submit (or provide inputs to) technical and financial progress reports as required, in a timely manner.

9. Liaise closely with ILO Co-Jakarta, ILO DWT in ROAP Bangkok and FUNDAMENTALS on knowledge management, communications and M&E efforts including through submission of timely information, regular reporting on achievements and highlights of best practice and lessons learned.

10. Co-lead training workshops and meetings for the tripartite partners, NGOs and other agencies and staff as appropriate.


11. Co-lead training workshops and meetings for the tripartite partners, NGOs and other agencies and staff as appropriate.

12. Undertake regular and adhoc visits to project implementation sites in order to monitor and ensure quality delivery and compliance to ILO standards and policies.

13. Promote ILO policy regarding child labour, equality of opportunity and treatment for women and men and the relevant international labour standards.

14. Ensure safety and effective and efficient utilisation of ILO resources procured by and or assigned to the project.