Relief humanitarian Development Organization (RHDO)
CHW Trainer must have graduation documents from 12th class
About Relief humanitarian Development Organization (RHDO):
About Organization: (RHDO)
Relief Humanitarian and Development Organization (RHDO) is a nongovernmental, non- religious, non-political, non-profit and non-military organization, working for development of Afghanistan through implementation of health, community development and capacity development/research projects.
was established in February 2014 and is registered with the Ministry of Economics under registration No 3121. is also registered in Ministry of Public health under registration # 504. is registered in Ministry of Women affairs under registration # 751.
aims to contribute to the development of Afghanistan through provision of developmental and humanitarian services in public health, training and capacity building of Afghans in healthcare disciplines and skills.
starts to realize its vision through implementable, context-specific, technically sound and practically achievable approaches. These approaches are: (1) to design and implement the community development programs; (2) to provide primary and secondary health services according to the standards of the MOPH; and (3) to build capacities and skills of ordinary Afghanistan residences and professional of health sector.
Main duties and Responsibilities:
To conduct all CHWs/CHS planned training based on project training plan;
To assist HFs staff in the planning and implementing of CBHC program;
To be fully aware from responsibilities of MOPH (GCMU, PPHD and technical departments) and RHDO toward CBHC program implementation;
To provide quality and timely reports to his/her supervisor;
To ensure that relevant HF staff (CHS & CHWs) understand the standard operation manual (RHDO and MOPH) for implementation of pay for performance process;
To ensure that progress against project key indicators are updated on monthly base at provincial office and HFs;
To closely coordinate and monitor the performance of project key indicators versus set targets on monthly basis at provincial office and HF level;
To ensure that project meets MINIMUM STANDARDS as specified in the project contract;
To conduct slide presentation to all sub office co-workers on policies, strategies and supervision system related to his/her field of expertise based on capacity building department developed orientation plans;
To ensure that BSC and NMC checklists are implemented in each HF once per quarter;
To coordinate for implementation of HMIS verification checklist in HF and HP level;
To establish/maintain easy to access and meaningful filing system and record keeping;
To establish/maintain tracking system of main activities to systematically measure the progress of CBHC program;
To involve respective communities in Community based health care program and ensure their understanding of the program concept;
To involve the community in finding and selection of CHWs considering the criteria set for CHW selection;
To establish Health committees and council in respective community;
To prepare training plan for Community Health Worker (CHW) trainings and have active participation and monitor from CHWs trainings during;
To establish linkage with higher-level health service delivery for referrals;
To introduce the community mapping concepts and implement it in respective area;
To training and deployment of CHWs for conducting CAAC;
To provide and submit on time mission/activity reports to his/her line supervisor on daily/ weekly base (written document or e-mail);
To be ensured that each HF and HPs under his/her supervisory list is visited at least once per month including supervision from one EPI outreach site per month;
To perform any other official task assigned by line supervisor and Head Quarter team.
Qualifications and abilities:
The CHW Trainer must have graduation documents from 12th class
Should have 2 years experiences of training with National/international NGOs.
Ability to conduct training, supervision and deployment of CHWs in the project level based on MoPH, CBHC guideline and requirement.
Ability for planning, organizing and conducting training for CHWs, supervision /monitor Health post and CHS/CHWs activities.
Ability of understanding, reading, speaking and writing skills of local languages (Dari & Pashto) and job required English.
Interest candidate should submit their resumes along with the cover letter to email@example.com
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