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May 232017
 


The International Centre for Reproductive Health Kenya (ICRHK), based in Mombasa, is a Kenyan NGO involved in reproductive health research and program implementation.

ICRH currently seeks to recruit staff to be based in the coastal region for a new program aimed at scaling-up PrEP for key populations most at risk of acquiring or transmitting HIV.

The PrEP will be provided as part of combination HIV prevention for KP.

The project will use and scale up evidence- based approaches on PrEP to improve uptake and adherence.

We invite applications for the following positions:

Community Mobilizer / Tracer

2 Posts

(Reserved for Key Population members only)

The mobilizer is responsible for demand creation for Key population services, and tracing both HIV positive clients and those on PrEP

The mobilizer will also be in charge of peer education/peer outreaches

Requirements:

  • High school education
  • HTS training will be an added advantage
  • 2 years-experience working with Key Populations
  • Good communication skills, good inter-personal skills
  • Proficiency in using excel
  • Fluent in English and Swahili

MEMBERS OF KEY POPULATIONS AND FEMALE CANDIDATES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

Full job descriptions are accessible on our website: http://www.icrhk.org click on vacancies.

Applicants must upload their application letter, an up-to-date CV with names and addresses of three referees and telephone contacts and the bio data form on the ICRHK job application portal accessible on our website www.icrhk.org by 26th May 2017, 5pm.

ICRHK is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from appropriately qualified people from all sections of the community.

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