Consultant, Pocket Guide for Post-Abortion Care, Job in Kenya

Responsibilities

The Consultant will be responsible for:

  • Prepare and submit a technical inception report that details out the proposed methodology and implementation approach demonstrating full understanding of the SOW, an information mapping matrix detailing indicative list of primary resources and source materials by objective, stakeholder mapping and consultation plan, 
  • Review and analyze research, key documents, and reports that include best practices, strengths, and weaknesses of the previous pocket guide to generate a summary technical synthesis report (desk-review) on the PAC programming landscape in Kenya that forms part of the technical inception report.
  • Refine the inception report and align to fit the breadth and depth of the scope of the work (SOW) through a consultative and collaborative process with guidance of the MOH/DRMNH and key stakeholders for consensus building. 
  • Design and facilitate stakeholder consultative and writing workshops with the DRMNH team leads.
  • Write workshop reports and share with the MOH and WHO technical team.
  • Document, synthesize and consolidate stakeholder feedback and inputs during the writing workshops.
  • Review the Daily Activity Register for PAC
  • Present the drafts to DRMNH key stakeholders TWG for validation and approval after necessary revisions. 
  • Plan and facilitate the validation meeting with relevant stakeholders on the draft pocket guide and DAR for PAC.
  • Present finalized draft to MOH in soft copy word, PDF, and slides summary for dissemination

Education Qualifications


  • Specialized advanced training in Medicine (MBChB, MD, with specialization in Obstetrics and Gynaecology), Reproductive Health Nursing, Clinical Medicine, Population Medicine, Public Health, Global Health, or related postgraduate qualifications
  • Ph.D. in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Nursing, Clinical Medicine, Population Medicine, Public Health, Global Health would be an asset.

Experience

  • A minimum of 15 years of relevant professional progressive experience, with at least 10 years of proven track record in the development, planning, management, and implementation of Sexual, Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child, and Adolescent Health (SRMNCAH) in the Context of Primary Health Care
  • Good understanding of the Kenyan Decentralized Health Systems Strengthening context; with experience working in reproductive health programming with MOH at the National or County level, is a MUST including demonstrated practical experience in the design and implementation of monitoring and evaluation strategies, methodologies, and tools.

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