عنوان وظیفهJob title
Technical Facilitator (Health Extender
نام/شرکت/موسسهName of Company/Institute
Afghan Winner Logistic Services
توضیحات درباره شرکت/موسسهAbout Company/Institute
Afghanistan has one of the world’s youngest and fastest growing populations. Of the nearly 27 million people in Afghanistan, 13 million are children between 0-14 years and another 5.1 million are between 15-24 years old. From a low base of 1 million in 2001, when the Taliban fell, the number of children enrolled in school has gone up to 8.6 million (only 39 per cent of them are girls); however, 3.5 million school-age children are still out of school, 75 per cent of whom are girls. Despite good enrolment in early grades, the participation of girls declines at each successive grade, falling to just 28 per cent by grade 12. Adolescents range in from 10-19 years of age and account for approximately 25% of the population in Afghanistan. The adolescent programme will have a particular focus on adolescent girls at risk of child marriage. Adolescent programming aims to reach adolescent girls for specific results, e.g., promoting maternal and new-born health in Health; for combating anaemia among adolescent girls in Nutrition; for completion of primary education, especially among out of school adolescents, and graduation to secondary education in Education, with a specific focus on girls’ education; and for preventing and ending early marriage and combating gender-based violence in Child Protection. Adolescent programming will work towards enabling adolescent girls to fully enjoy their childhood and adolescence free from risk of marriage and experience healthier, safer, and more empowered life transitions in control of their destiny. The proposed programme will first and foremost focus on preventing child marriage and supporting the needs of married adolescent girls. It will deploy strategies to address child marriage, drawing from the most recent evidence base and from the prioritized approaches in UNICEF’s Global Programme on Child Marriage. In line with UNICEF’s programming approach for achieving gender based results, the proposed initiative will attempt to establish sustainable systems that can continue to support and serve girls at scale over the long term. The project will (a) advance engagement with communities and families to increase awareness and understanding of the costs and consequences of early marriage and the benefits of alternative options for girls; (b) enhance and expand services and systems that invest in adolescent girls in terms of life skills and social protection; and (c) undertake an assessment of the status of adolescent girls, covering their access to health, education, and social services. The assessment will help establish baselines and guidance for the two programmatic intervention areas which also building capacity on gender relevant data and its utilization in Afghanistan. He / She will report to a the designated provincial implementing partner and collaborate with the respected Departments of Education, Departments of Religious Affairs, Youth Affairs and Department of Health in Farah, Ghor, Herat, Samangan and Nangarhar. The individual will be based at provincial level with frequent visits to the districts. The Provincial Coordinator will also report to the UNICEF focal point in the zone office
توضیحات مختصرJob Summary
Assist Health section of UNICEF regions towards the preparation of the Situation Analysis of women and children related to maternal and newborn status by compiling data, analyzing and evaluating information. Assist and Contributes to the development of Annual Work Plan, introduction of new approaches in the areas of child Survival and development, methods and practices in project management and evaluation in close collaboration with the Health/Nutrition Specialist. Undertakes field visits to monitor programs especially in the areas of integrated maternal, child health and EPI, as well as conducts periodic program reviews with government counterparts and other partners. Proposes and/or undertakes action on operational procedures affecting project management and implementation. Provides technical advice and assistance to government officials and other partners in the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of programmed/project(s). Collect analyze Compile Heath program and projects data and Develop monthly quarterly and annual monitoring report as per UNICEF PME section monitoring format. Assist Health UNICEF regions section for Meeting arrangement with line departments and NGOs covering the management of programmes/projects. Participates in meetings at Department of Public Health and District levels and responsible for programmed/project review, and follows up on implementation of recommendations and agreements. Assists government authorities in planning and organizing training programmes in relation to the health program. Identifies training needs and objectives for the purpose of capacity building, program sustainability, as well as promotion and advocacy. Assist UNICEF regions Health program to coordinates with the Operations/Supply staff on supply and non-supply assistance activities ensuring proper and timely UNICEF and government accountability. Certifies disbursements of funds, monitors and submits financial status reports to the Health specialist, as required, Assist Health section in the development of the Annual Work plan, ensures the achievement of specific assigned objectives. Provides guidance and support to project staff in meeting the project objectives. Contribute and assist UNICEF Health section to the preparation of program/project status reports required for Health section, Board, donors, budget review, program analysis, annual reports, etc. Assist and contribute to prepare midyear and end year review with section and counterparts. Key activities: The Extenders will provide overall support to UNICEF ACO and zonal office son EPI and MNCH child survival project sand activities involving implementation, monitoring, and evaluation and reporting health activities in the catchment areas of related zonal offices. He/she will review specific MNCH and EPI child survival activities and will ensure timely project target are achieved. Specific Objectives: To contribute to improving the availability and demand for quality maternal, newborn and child health services and demand by families, to ensure mothers and girls and boys are healthy; To contribute to improve availability and demand for quality of expanded programmed of immunization (EPI) services by families, to protect women and girls and boys from vaccine-preventable diseases. To contribute to increased sub-national capacity is for the provision and demand of timely essential health services for women and girls and boys affected by humanitarian situations, in line with the CCCs. To contribute to strengthened capacities and systems at provincial levels related to maternal, newborn, and child health outcomes, data driven and relevant for improved programmers, dialogue, and advocacy. Purpose of this consultancy: This consultancy is required to support UNICEF Afghanistan ACO and zonal offices on smooth implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of child survival EPI and MNCH activities in 34 provinces of Afghanistan
توضیحات کاملJob details
تاریخ ثبت:
date posted
1396-09-11 زمان آزمایش:
Probation Period
normal
تاریخ ختم:
closing date
1396-09-19 کد وظیفه:
code
AWLS-HRM-17-31
تعداد بست:
Number of Vacancies
1 ساعت کاری:
shift
Full Time
کتگوری:
Category
طبی/صحی جنسیت :
Gender
مرد/زن
ملیت:
Nationality
afg مقدار معاش:
Salary Range
As per organization salary policy
نوع قرار داد:
Contract Type
1 Year with the possibility of extension تجربه کاری:
Years of Experience
3-5 Experience
مدت قرارداد:
Contract Duration
1 Year with the possibility of extension
وظایف و مسئولیت هاDuties and Responsibilities
Afghanistan has one of the world’s youngest and fastest growing populations. Of the nearly 27 million people in Afghanistan, 13 million are children between 0-14 years and another 5.1 million are between 15-24 years old. From a low base of 1 million in 2001, when the Taliban fell, the number of children enrolled in school has gone up to 8.6 million (only 39 per cent of them are girls); however, 3.5 million school-age children are still out of school, 75 per cent of whom are girls. Despite good enrolment in early grades, the participation of girls declines at each successive grade, falling to just 28 per cent by grade 12. Adolescents range in from 10-19 years of age and account for approximately 25% of the population in Afghanistan. The adolescent programme will have a particular focus on adolescent girls at risk of child marriage. Adolescent programming aims to reach adolescent girls for specific results, e.g., promoting maternal and new-born health in Health; for combating anaemia among adolescent girls in Nutrition; for completion of primary education, especially among out of school adolescents, and graduation to secondary education in Education, with a specific focus on girls’ education; and for preventing and ending early marriage and combating gender-based violence in Child Protection. Adolescent programming will work towards enabling adolescent girls to fully enjoy their childhood and adolescence free from risk of marriage and experience healthier, safer, and more empowered life transitions in control of their destiny. The proposed programme will first and foremost focus on preventing child marriage and supporting the needs of married adolescent girls. It will deploy strategies to address child marriage, drawing from the most recent evidence base and from the prioritized approaches in UNICEF’s Global Programme on Child Marriage. In line with UNICEF’s programming approach for achieving gender based results, the proposed initiative will attempt to establish sustainable systems that can continue to support and serve girls at scale over the long term. The project will (a) advance engagement with communities and families to increase awareness and understanding of the costs and consequences of early marriage and the benefits of alternative options for girls; (b) enhance and expand services and systems that invest in adolescent girls in terms of life skills and social protection; and (c) undertake an assessment of the status of adolescent girls, covering their access to health, education, and social services. The assessment will help establish baselines and guidance for the two programmatic intervention areas which also building capacity on gender relevant data and its utilization in Afghanistan. He / She will report to a the designated provincial implementing partner and collaborate with the respected Departments of Education, Departments of Religious Affairs, Youth Affairs and Department of Health in Farah, Ghor, Herat, Samangan and Nangarhar. The individual will be based at provincial level with frequent visits to the districts. The Provincial Coordinator will also report to the UNICEF focal point in the zone office
شرایط استخدام:Qualifications
Assist Health section of UNICEF regions towards the preparation of the Situation Analysis of women and children related to maternal and newborn status by compiling data, analyzing and evaluating information. Assist and Contributes to the development of Annual Work Plan, introduction of new approaches in the areas of child Survival and development, methods and practices in project management and evaluation in close collaboration with the Health/Nutrition Specialist. Undertakes field visits to monitor programs especially in the areas of integrated maternal, child health and EPI, as well as conducts periodic program reviews with government counterparts and other partners. Proposes and/or undertakes action on operational procedures affecting project management and implementation. Provides technical advice and assistance to government officials and other partners in the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of programmed/project(s). Collect analyze Compile Heath program and projects data and Develop monthly quarterly and annual monitoring report as per UNICEF PME section monitoring format. Assist Health UNICEF regions section for Meeting arrangement with line departments and NGOs covering the management of programmes/projects. Participates in meetings at Department of Public Health and District levels and responsible for programmed/project review, and follows up on implementation of recommendations and agreements. Assists government authorities in planning and organizing training programmes in relation to the health program. Identifies training needs and objectives for the purpose of capacity building, program sustainability, as well as promotion and advocacy. Assist UNICEF regions Health program to coordinates with the Operations/Supply staff on supply and non-supply assistance activities ensuring proper and timely UNICEF and government accountability. Certifies disbursements of funds, monitors and submits financial status reports to the Health specialist, as required, Assist Health section in the development of the Annual Work plan, ensures the achievement of specific assigned objectives. Provides guidance and support to project staff in meeting the project objectives. Contribute and assist UNICEF Health section to the preparation of program/project status reports required for Health section, Board, donors, budget review, program analysis, annual reports, etc. Assist and contribute to prepare midyear and end year review with section and counterparts. Key activities: The Extenders will provide overall support to UNICEF ACO and zonal office son EPI and MNCH child survival project sand activities involving implementation, monitoring, and evaluation and reporting health activities in the catchment areas of related zonal offices. He/she will review specific MNCH and EPI child survival activities and will ensure timely project target are achieved. Specific Objectives: To contribute to improving the availability and demand for quality maternal, newborn and child health services and demand by families, to ensure mothers and girls and boys are healthy; To contribute to improve availability and demand for quality of expanded programmed of immunization (EPI) services by families, to protect women and girls and boys from vaccine-preventable diseases. To contribute to increased sub-national capacity is for the provision and demand of timely essential health services for women and girls and boys affected by humanitarian situations, in line with the CCCs. To contribute to strengthened capacities and systems at provincial levels related to maternal, newborn, and child health outcomes, data driven and relevant for improved programmers, dialogue, and advocacy. Purpose of this consultancy: This consultancy is required to support UNICEF Afghanistan ACO and zonal offices on smooth implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of child survival EPI and MNCH activities in 34 provinces of Afghanistan
موقعیت وظیفه:Job location
نیمروز
تحصیلات مورد نیاز:Education
Bachelor Degree
راهنمای ارسال درخواست:Submission Guideline
Only qualified individuals are invited to submit applications electronically to hr.awls016@gmail or hard copy addressed to AWLS Human Resource Management House #73, Human Rights Street, Kart-e-3rd district # 3rd, Kabul, Afghanistan, before 03th Dec- 2017, 16:00 hrs Local Time. Applications will be rejected after the closing time. Your CV will not consider if you do not mention in Subject Line Title/ Vacancy number: Females are highly encouraged to apply for the mentioned Position hr.awls016@gmail.co afgworkcenter@gmail.com
ایمیل آدرس:Email Address:
hr.awls016@gmail.com

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