Jhpiego is an international, nonprofit health organization affiliated with The Johns Hopkins University. Jhpiego works to save lives, improve health, and transform the futures of vulnerable women and their families. Jhpiego works with countries, health experts, and community leaders to provide high-quality health care for their people. We collaborate with governments and civic organizations to build sustainable capacity of health workers, locally and nationally, through advocacy and policy development, including by strengthening human resources for health and using quality and performance improvement approaches. Jhpiego is collaborating with Bar Hostess Empowerment and Support Program (BHESP) and Health Options for Young Men on HIV/AIDS & STIs (HOYMAS). To assess a video enhanced peer driven community PrEP delivery model study is a proof-of-concept pilot study funded by the Catalyst Fund. The study will also determine the delivery costs and evaluate the cost of delivery of the model.
The goal of post-pregnancy family planning is to help women avoid unintended pregnancies during the postpartum and post-abortion period and beyond, allowing them to adequately space their pregnancies for optimal maternal and child health outcomes. It recognizes the unique opportunity to reach women while they are engaged with healthcare services following childbirth and provides them with the information, resources, and support they need to make choices that align with their individual circumstances and reproductive intentions. On average, almost all pregnant women (98%) receive at least one contact of antenatal care by a skilled provider and almost 9 out of 10 them (89%) give birth under the care of a skilled provider. Furthermore, the majority of ANC and childbirth services are provided at the primary health care level. Kenya faces significant challenges in maternal and child health, including high maternal mortality rates and a high total fertility rate. These factors create an excellent milieu for integrating post-pregnancy (post-partum and post-abortion) family planning into primary health care. While universal availability of voluntary and quality PPFP counselling and services has the potential to minimize the unmet need, improve the mCPR and transform the lives of women and their families, this proven high impact practice is unfortunately yet to be institutionalized and fully implemented in Kenya, making the postpartum and post-abortion periods continue to be missed opportunities for FP in the life-course of many individuals There is a need to address the gap in post-pregnancy and post abortion family planning services in Kenya to ensure that women have access to and can make informed choices about contraception after childbirth. Jhpiego- through its project- Accelerating Post Pregnancy Family Planning Integration into Primary healthcare services in Kenya (APIP), is working in collaboration with MOH, COG and NCPD, to support counties to address these challenges across the WHO health systems strengthening building blocks. The Ministry of Health is seeking an experienced and highly skilled consultant to support develop a comprehensive national implementation plan for the scale-up of post pregnancy family planning in Kenya. The primary objective of this consultancy is to provide strategic guidance and technical expertise to the Ministry of Health in order to improve access and utilization of family planning services among women during the postpartum period. We are seeking the services of a qualified consultancy firm or individuals to develop a Post-pregnancy family planning scale up implementation plan for Kenya. The development of the post-pregnancy family planning scale-up implementation plan will be led by the Ministry of Health – Division of Reproductive maternal health and include collaboration with National Council for Population and Development (NCPD). Other key collaborations will include development partners, non-governmental organizations, and RH/FP donors. The implementation plan will be designed for use by various stakeholders including civil society organizations, government agencies, and other actors in the field of sexual and reproductive health. The PPFP scale up implementation plan will be developed through a consultative and participatory process with key stakeholders in Kenya, including government agencies, development partners, civil society organizations, and private sector actors. Objective: The policy document on post-pregnancy family planning scale-up implementation plan will aim to: – Improve Access: Ensure that all women have access to post-pregnancy family planning information and services, regardless of their geographic location or socio-economic status. – Increase Awareness: Conduct awareness campaigns to promote the importance of post-pregnancy family planning and dispel misconceptions and address barriers to access of available services. – Strengthen Healthcare Systems: Develop the capacity of healthcare providers to offer high-quality post-pregnancy family planning services. – Monitor and Evaluate: Establish a robust monitoring and evaluation framework to track the progress and impact of the scale-up roadmap. Key Components of the PPFP scale up implementation plan – Guidelines and Protocols: Establish standardized guidelines and protocols for post-pregnancy family planning services in healthcare facilities. – Training and Capacity Building: Provide comprehensive training and capacity building programs to program managers and healthcare providers to deliver quality post-pregnancy family planning counselling and services. – Integration with RH and HIV programs: Integrate post-pregnancy family planning services into existing maternal and child health programs as well as HIV programs. – Community Engagement: Engage community leaders and stakeholders to create awareness and encourage support for post-pregnancy family planning. Additionally, will define the role and expected deliverables of community health promoters in post-pregnancy FP – Data Collection and Analysis: Update a data collection system to comprehensively monitor the uptake and impact of post-pregnancy family planning services. – Sustainability: To ensure the long-term sustainability of the scale-up implementation plan, there will be a focus on building partnerships, capacity strengthening, and domestic resource mobilization – The implementation plan will include a timeline, resource allocation, and a clear division of responsibilities among involved parties.
Jhpiego is an international, non-profit health organization affiliated with The Johns Hopkins University. Jhpiego works to save lives, improve health, and transform the futures of vulnerable women and their families. Jhpiego works with countries, health experts, and community leaders to provide high-quality health care for their people. We collaborate with governments and civic organizations to build sustainable capacity of health workers, locally and nationally, through advocacy and policy development, including by strengthening human resources for health and using quality and performance improvement approaches. Background to the assignment The MOH through the Division of Reproductive and Maternal Health developed the HIV/SRH/SGBV/TB Integration Framework 2018-2022 with an Implementation Plan addressing all domains i.e., policy, programing, service provision at primary care level. The goal was to strengthen and scale up integrated, responsive, quality, effective, efficient, affordable and sustainable SRHR, HIV, SGBV and TB programmes at the national, county, facility and community level. Over the years, the SRHR, HIV, SGBV and TB landscape has changed with emerging challenges and innovations in the health system. This has necessitated the need to review the framework and align with the current policies and other strategic documents. It is against this backdrop that the MOH through the DRMH plans to review the SRH/HIV/SGBV/TB Integration Framework 2018-2022 with support from JHPIEGO. Jhpiego is a recipient of the Global Fund Strategic Initiative on Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW SI) award and is providing leadership in the implementation of component 2 in Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe. In Kenya, Jhpiego is working in close collaboration with Ministry of Health through the Division of Reproductive and Maternal Health (DRMH) , the Division of National AIDS and STI’s Control Program (NASCOP) and the National Syndemic Diseases Control Council (NSDCC) to facilitate efficient adoption of effective and innovative HIV prevention technologies and approaches for AGYW by supporting Kenya to address HIV prevention and SRH unmet needs of AGYW by enhancing HIV/SRH system integration and readiness in the country . One of the priority actions is policy development to ensure country integration and system readiness. This assignment will support the review of the Kenya HIV/SRH/SGBV/TB Integration Framework 2018-2022. Jhpiego is looking for a consultant who will provide leadership in the review and development of this document. Purpose of Contract Provide leadership and support the review process by leading stakeholder engagement, key informant interviews, drafting workshops and consolidating the inputs and feedback from stakeholders into a final draft document for validation. In addition, work closely with the MoH SRH/HIV/SGBV/TB Integration Technical Working Group, DRMH MNH Program Manager and the JHPIEGO Advisor.
Design, code, install, maintain, and support JEMS software solutions across all Jhpiego countries. Actively participate in UX/UI…
Jhpiego is seeking a dynamic and seasoned leader to drive operational excellence within the HealthTech Hub Africa. The Director will ensure successful implementation of the program’s mission of driving the development of health technologies in Africa and fast-tracking innovation in public health systems through collaboration with government partners. This is a one-year contract position contingent upon successful securing of funding, with possibility of contract extension. Rwandan nationals are strongly encouraged to apply.
Jhpiego seeks a a program Officer who will report to Country Director for Rwanda office, and will be based in Kigali with possibilities
- IUCN Global Consulting Jobs | Focus on Africa and AsiaIUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) is a membership Union of government and civil society organisations. Together, we work to advance sustainable development and create a just world that… Read more: IUCN Global Consulting Jobs | Focus on Africa and Asia
- IUCN Global Jobs |Multiple Positions| Entry Level to Experienced| AdminIUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) is a membership Union of government and civil society organisations. Together, we work to advance sustainable development and create a just world that… Read more: IUCN Global Jobs |Multiple Positions| Entry Level to Experienced| Admin
- BRAC Global Careers |Humanitarian and Development Jobs | Africa AsiaABOUT US BRAC International operates in 10 countries across Africa and Asia. We envision a world free from all forms of exploitation and discrimination, where everyone has the opportunity to… Read more: BRAC Global Careers |Humanitarian and Development Jobs | Africa Asia
- Humanitarian & Development Jobs | Finance and Administration JobsHere’s a digest of popular positions, with some closing soon from multiple employers in the Humanitarian Development space. Opportunities Finance Manager, Kenya Livestock Market Systems ActivityACDI/VOCA Investment Product Scoping STTA,… Read more: Humanitarian & Development Jobs | Finance and Administration Jobs
- World Resources Institute WRI Jobs | Africa Asia Europe LatAm Positions| Programs Legal CommunicationsThe World Resources Institute is a global research non-profit organization established in 1982 with funding from the MacArthur Foundation under the leadership of James Gustave Speth. Subsequent presidents include Jonathan… Read more: World Resources Institute WRI Jobs | Africa Asia Europe LatAm Positions| Programs Legal Communications