PRB’s mission is to inform people around the world about population, health, and the environment, and empower them to use that information to advance the well-being of current and future generations. PRB staff serve as a bridge between the research and policy communities, ensuring that research results and best practices are understood and communicated effectively to decisionmakers, and are used to inform policy decisions.
In Kenya, PRB is implementing the USAID funded PACE Project which uses innovative, strategic approaches to ensure that family planning, reproductive health, and population issues are included in Kenya’s policies and programs as a key to Kenya’s achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals and Vision 2030. Our work is conducted primarily at the county level, and we currently have presence in Narok, Busia, Samburu and Nakuru counties. With our growing mandate, the role of a Consultant, County Coordinator has arisen in Samburu County.
The Consultant, County Coordinator will work part-time, with the Program Officer and Technical Consultant, to implement budget advocacy programs at the county level, with the goal of ensuring increased resource allocations for health, and ultimately increased access and use of family planning. PRB estimates that the Consultant will work up to 100 days in the coming year October, 2018 – September, 2019.
Please send resume and cover letter with a proposed daily rate to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject line “County Coordinator – Samburu County” by November 7, 2018, 5:00pm. We are looking to fill this position as soon as possible. Applications will be reviewed immediately upon receipt. The County Coordinator consultant contract will run through September 2019, with a possibility of renewal.