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Candidates interested in applying to this position are requested to send their resume to [email protected] with the following as the email's subject: IFP002

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The inclusion focal points (one per school/center) will be supporting the inclusion officers for the inclusion of children with disabilities in the MFP programs (DIRASA and MSCC) as per the tasks and responsibilities outlined below.

The Inclusion focal point (IFP) will have the following duties and responsibilities:

  • Drafting Individualized Education Plans (IEP) in coordination with the inclusion officer (Modify curriculum objectives if needed in coordination with teachers and inclusion officers, so that the content is appropriate to specific children) – This will be on a case-by-case basis, depending on the background of the IFP
  • Support in the cascade of the different inclusion related trainings (if and when possible)
  • Assist teachers and outreach officers in early identification (including in-class observation if needed, for both identification and confirmation of inclusion practices in the classroom) – Inclusion officers will come up with a unified checklist to support IFPs in early identification and will train them on using it
  • Act as a link between Inclusion officers, teachers and therapists (at school level) to insure coordination and flow of information among all
  • Support inclusion officers in collecting any official papers of assessments previously done to the child (from caregivers)
  • Support inclusion officers in filling the Disability Tracking Sheet (bio data, noting the number of therapy sessions taken by the child…) in coordination with the therapists and caregivers. Follow up with caregivers to confirm attendance of therapy sessions or to clarify reason if not
  • Support the parental engagement on disability inclusion in each school/center
  • Support in field/home visits upon need and without incurring any additional costs on the IFP
  • Report cases of abuse, bullying, protection risks… of CWDs in the school to the inclusion officer and the social worker in school
  • Report on the accessibility of schools
  • Regular reporting and coordination with the inclusion officers based on the agreed plan with the officers
  • If IFP have a technical background, they could accompany caregivers/children to the assessments’ sessions and devices assessments/measurements sessions (transportation should be provided by the organization)
  • Participate in all capacity building opportunities provided by UNICEF or the inclusion officers




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Last modified: 
23 Feb, 2023
Intervention Sector(s):
Application Deadline:
Monday, 27 February 2023
Contract Type:
Part Time
Period of Employment:
6 months
Salary Range:
< 800 (USD)
Education Degree:
Bachelor Degree
Education Degree Details:
• University students/fresh graduates from the following majors (Special education, Psychomotor therapy, speech & language therapy, occupational therapy, Applied Behavior Analysis, Psychology, Social work/medico-social)
Experience Requirements:
Less than one year
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English Language:
French Language:
  • Lebanon
  • Nabatiyeh