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Job: Pediatric Nurse Educator, Sierra Leone

Welbodi Partnership is a UK based NGO and is recruiting a nurse educator to support the well-established nurses’ training office at the Ola During Children’s Hospital (ODCH) in Freetown, Sierra Leone. In addition, the (paediatric) nurse educator will help establish a nurse/midwife training office at the neighboring Princess Christian Maternity Hospital (PCMH) as well as support the newly established Paediatric Nurse Specialist training at the College of Medicine and Allied Health Sciences (COMAHS).
This rewarding position offers a unique opportunity to be involved in the development of human and institutional capacity, crucial for the rebuilding of the health system in Sierra Leone, with a focus in improving maternal, neonatal and child health.
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Job specification
Job title: (Paediatric) Nurse Educator
Location: Ola During Children’s Hospital (ODCH), Freetown, Sierra Leone
Reports to: Country Director, Welbodi Partnership
Supports: Nurse training offices at ODCH and PCMH, Paediatric Nurse training at COMAHS
Duration: 12 months, with possibility of extension
Start Date: Mid-August / Early September 2014
Application Deadline: 25th July 2014
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July 17, 2014 at 11:58 am Leave a comment

International job opening: Evidence Measurement & Evaluation

 CIFF
 
Position Description
Manager, Evidence Measurement & Evaluation (EME) 
1 year fixed term contract commencing September 2014
Organization
Founded in 2003, The Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF) aims to demonstrably improve the lives of children in developing countries by achieving large-scale, sustainable impact. The foundation does this by:
  • Finding and funding opportunities to make significant improvements to the well-being of large numbers of children, including efforts to mitigate climate change.
  • Designing investments with like-minded partners to address these opportunities.
  • Engaging with partners throughout the investment process to optimise direct and indirect impact.
  • Building a portfolio of consistently high-performing investments for children, primarily in Sub Saharan Africa and India and Climate Change investments, primarily in EU, Latin America and China.
 
The Foundation currently focuses on several priority areas:
  • Child Survival
  • Hunger Alleviation & Nutrition
  • Educational Achievement
  • Adolescent Reproductive Health
  • Early Childhood Development
  • Economic Readiness
  • Care Environment
  • Climate Change
 
With an endowment valued at over $4 billion, CIFF employs approximately 60 professionals in England, Africa and India. CIFF strives to couple business acumen and principles with development experience and best practices to transform the landscape for children. It seeks to be the gold standard in grant making and foundation operations.
For more information please visit http://www.ciff.org

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July 14, 2014 at 10:11 am Leave a comment

Women LEAD Fellowship, Nepal: DEADLINE 6/30

women-leadLOGO
 The Women LEAD Fellowship is an opportunity for talented professionals and recent graduates to gain in-depth international field experience. They’re seeking a talented, organized, and passionate Development and Evaluation Fellow to implement our fundraising and evaluation plans in Kathmandu, Nepal. As a Fellow, you will receive a living stipend, pre-departure training, orientation, and ongoing professional development.
Job Title: Development and Evaluation Fellow
Supervisor: Executive Director
Location: Kathmandu, Nepal
Working Hours: 40 hrs/wk
Length of Fellowship: 10 months, start date in August 2014 (negotiable)
Deadline: June 30th2014
*Note: Travel expenses are the responsibility of the Fellow.
 

JOB DESCRIPTION
Women LEAD Nepal is the first and only leadership development organization for young women in Nepal. Since 2011, we have empowered more than 500 female high school students with the skills, support and opportunities needed to become leaders in their schools, communities, and nation. To learn more about Women LEAD Nepal and our programs, please visit http://www.women-lead.org.
The Development and Evaluation Fellow will work closely with the Executive Director and a cross-cultural team to develop and deliver our fundraising strategy at a critical time of organizational growth and change. In addition, the fellow will work to structure and implement a monitoring and evaluation plan.
The Fellow must be a talented writer adept at explaining and promoting the importance of our work for a variety of audiences. S/he will fulfill an important role as we pursue grants and other funding sources, provide essential research for developing our grant prospecting and application strategy. In addition, the fellow will enhance the Women LEAD culture which emphasizes organizational learning, planning, and monitoring. An eagerness to learn and advance on the job is essential, as is an ability to adapt in a dynamic, fast-paced environment, and excel in new challenges. Well-suited candidates should have an interest in the empowerment of girls and women.

For immediate consideration, send the following to 
ccharamnac@women-lead.org (include “Development and Evaluation Fellow” in the subject line of the email):
 Current resume or CV
 At least two writing samples (successful grant proposals preferred), and
 Cover letter detailing your interest in the position, highlighting relevant experiences and skills. 

The application deadline is Monday June 30th, but early submission is strongly encouraged as applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Only shortlisted candidates will be invited to interview. 

http://www.women-lead.org info@women-lead.org
9818.553.355 01.6923979  
GPO 8975 EPC 2234, Kathmandu, Nepal 

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June 16, 2014 at 11:02 am Leave a comment

Summer Program Webinars 5/15 & 5/30

Child Family Health International

Summer Program Webinars
May 15th & May 30th
Global health internships in Latin America, Africa, India
 
May Webinars: CFHI Summer Program Openings
CFHI is accepting applications for its global health programs on a rolling basis, which means there are spots left for select programs THIS summer for undergrad or grad level students of any major interested in health or medicine. 
 
Hear from CFHI alumni and staff on their 20+ programs, application process, typical day on program, scholarships, and more by joining a live webinar online– register for upcoming webinars May 15 or 30. 
 
What Makes CFHI Unique? 
CFHI runs 20+ Global Health Education Programs in 7 countries placing students in clinics and public health facilities alongside local health professionals. CFHIs 1-4 month service-learning experiences immerse students in global health realities around the world. CFHI is an official partner of the American Medical Students Association (AMSA) and an NGO in Special Consultative Status with the United Nations.
· 4-16 week placements year-round, alongside local healthcare professionals in underserved communities
· 50% of each CFHI program fee supports underserved communities abroad
· Rotations in clinics/hospitals or with public health facilities and NGOs 
· Spanish classes with medical Spanish instruction (Latin America Programs)
· In-depth health information lectures conducted by local health experts
 
Child Family Health International: cfhi.org  
Phone: 415.957.9000

May 14, 2014 at 11:04 am Leave a comment

MCH Practicum in Nicaragua Deadline: 3/1/14

 
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Global Health Practicum

This practicum provides an introduction to rural community health strategies in a global context through education and practice. The practicum will focus on current AMOS methodologies and approaches to improving maternal and child health in low-resource, low-access settings. The goal is to understand how building on community strengths and facilitating strategic community empowerment help improve health outcomes. The course will introduce participants to community-based primary health care practices and provide hands-on training in rural communities.

·       2014 Dates: June 17 – July 3
·       Application Deadline: March 1, 2014

Requirements:
-Fill out online application
-Letter of intent that should describe your demonstrated interest or experience related to the internship or volunteer opportunity you are applying to.
-Resume
-Three References (These need to be sent by the referee as an attached letter to volunteer.coordinator@amoshealth.org)
-Background check through International Ministries, Contact Eunice Thetgyiat eunice.thetgyi@internationalministries.org
-Examples of recent work (optional) 

For more information please view their website:

http://www.amoshealth.org/

 
 
 
 

January 30, 2014 at 12:06 pm Leave a comment

Child Family Health International experience scholarships

WINTER/SPRING GLOBAL HEALTH PROGRAM SCHOLARSHIPS: DEADLINE NOVEMBER 15th

 
CFHI PROGRAM OPENINGS: CFHI places students on 1-4 month placements alongside local healthcare professionals in underserved communities.  Participants rotate through clinics and hospitals, attend medical lectures, and become immersed in the healthcare system of the community. CFHI programs showcase local experts and support underserved communities abroad.
CFHI is currently accepting rolling applications for its global health programs through 2014, and still has a few last minute spots left for November and December 2013! Last minute applicants should contact CFHI to get started on expediting their application.

GLOBAL HEALTH SCHOLARSHIP FUNDING:
  • $1,000 CFHI program scholarships
  • Deadline for winter/spring scholarships: November 15th

  • For details see CFHI’s Scholarship Page
 
LEARN MORE: PROGRAM INFO WEBINAR OCTOBER 24th- To learn more about CFHI’s 20+ programs, scholarships and more, attend a live webinar on select dates -upcoming October 24th- and hear from alumni and staff. Also visit the CFHI website or contact us.

October 17, 2013 at 9:37 am Leave a comment


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