3 Mar 2023

SPIRII Community Health Facilitators-13 at World Vision Ethiopia

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Job Description

World Vision is the largest child-focused private charity in the world. Our 34,000+ staff members working in nearly 100 countries have united with our incredible supporters to impact the lives of over 200 million vulnerable children by tackling the root causes of poverty. Through World Vision every 60 seconds…a family gets water…a hungry child is fed…a family receives the tools to overcome poverty.


  • Identify and register all pregnant and lactating women (PLW), and children under 2, and HDALs in their respective Kebele and identify PSNP Clients from this list
  • Support HEWs to conduct training for HDALs on Timed and Targeted Counseling (ttC) and Community Participatory Nutrition Promotion (CPNP), and follow-up with any refresher trainings to ensure that knowledge is retained and skills are still demonstrated to the required proficiency
  • Support HEWs to conduct screening for underweight children in their respective Keble and admit children to group food demonstration sessions for rehabilitation
  • Discuss ttC story books with HDALs and ensure they understand the information well and can teach the information in a participatory manner
  • Conduct QIVIC every 3 month for each HDALs under your Keblele when they conduct household counseling & learning by doing session and give them constrictive feedback in their area of improvement
  • Ensure that HDALs have the supplies necessary to do their jobs (e.g.,  ttC story book, HH handbook, register sheet, and monthly planning sheet, and smart mobile phone  if any  electronic data collection )
  • Facilitates experience sharing meetings with HDALs every two weeks following the HH Counseling visit
  • Support formation of nutrition corners and demonstration of nutritious diet (menu) preparation from locally available foods in health centers and health posts.
  • Organize HDA recognition events and Multi-sectoral nutrition coordination and share best practices at PA/Kebele level
  • Conduct periodic capacity gap assessment of HDALs, HEWs and health post and provide focused technical support on the identified gaps, if you need any help report to your supervisor
  • Provide technical support on CHMIS and CBHI according to the identified Gaps
  • Facilitate pilot study on ttc story telling though solar radio and any other study in the R&I year
  • Support the identification and screening of women with depression and admit to IPT-G sessions
  • Conduct 12-week IPT-G sessions (meeting on a weekly basis) for women in depression
  • Track the IPT-Group participation, recovery, and discharge and link participants to health and nutrition services.
  • Handle referral of complicated or severe cases to the nearest health facility
  • Link women who are improved from deprive symptom to available BCC sessions (VESA, TTC, CPNP and any other relevant economic opportunities
  • Closely follow and support client until full fictional restoration in post IPTG session and encourage Health, Nutrition and WASH behavioral adoption
  • Support G-PM+ implementation in VESA group and assess any facilitation skills gap of CF in regular basis and provide   technical support in their area of improvement
  • Monitor progress of the health and nutrition activities in the field level and provide ongoing feedback and recommendations to the Health and Nutrition Officer, IPT-G Officer, project management and community leaders
  • Collect and report information such as number of HH counseled, children rehabilitated, number of women screened for depression, referred and linked for health and nutrition services, etc.,
  • Keep quality of records and documents and   report to your supervisor and also use the information for quality improvement as well as to support KFSTF decision making process
  • Provides accurate and timely information on the work of the HDALs to the Health and Nutrition Officer on a bi-weekly basis and review the HEW reports to help ensure that the information presented is real and complete
  • Conducts joint, supportive and facilitative supervision with woreda and kebele staff on the P-1 activities
  • Strengthening identification, referral linkage of PLW for Temporary Direct Support to PSNP task forces and DAs and ensure children and PLW are referred to health services like ANC, GMP and nutritional assessment and treatment.
  • Actively participate and represent SPIR at the Kebele level in forums such as the Kebele food security task force and community health platforms like Primary Health Care Unit
  • Promote to integrate the plan of the project to be part of the plan for the PA /Kebele;
  • Closely works with Schools, religious leaders, CBO’s and communities and village level to ensure adequate service linkages are established
  • Support the process of case stories, lesson learning and best practices documentation through identifying cases and facilitating capturing and documentation process
  • Support the quarter and annual report by providing accurate health & nutrition intervention data for quarterly and annual reports.


Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience

  • Public Health or nursing degree with 1-2 years’ experience in rural setting
  • Diploma in Clinical Nursing / Comprehensive Nursing, with 3-5-year experience in rural setting
  • Certificate in health extension worker with more than 5-7 years’ experience in rural setting
  • Knowledge of local language and culture is mandatory

Applicant Types Accepted: Local Applicants Only

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Closing Date : 31 March. 2023


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