AACES is a five year (2011 – 2016) project funded by AuSAID being implemented in Kenya, Tanzania and Australia.
In Kenya, the project will be implemented in the coastal region with an overall goal of serving the Underserved: Expanding reproductive health choices through improved access and equity in Kenya and Tanzania.
Description: Reporting to the Project Manager, the YPE coordinator will coordinate a network of youth peer educators in implementing IEC and BCC interventions focusing on integration of Sexual reproductive health services with a focus on family planning services targeting the youth.
Requirements: Experience and Qualifications:-
Should have a first degree in social sciences / education/ counseling (training in public health will be an added advantage.)
Age not over 30 years
Must be enrolled in a youth peer learning group
Trained as a Training of trainers in Peer Education
Must have demonstrated facilitation skills in PE and life skills education.
Knowledgeable and sensitive to youth issues
Be gender sensitive
Must have demonstrated organization and analytical report writing skills
Must have conducted 40 hours training in peer education
Able to work with teams and groups
Able to apply innovative training skills.
Be a self motivated individual with desire to inspire and create change.
A competitive and attractive package will be offered to the successful candidates.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, CV and copies of their stated certificates to:
Marie Stopes Kenya The Human Resources Director: P.O Box 59328 – 00200 Nairobi.