APHRC seeks to recruit five (5) Research Officers to work within the Human Development (HD) Theme of the Research Division. The HD theme research work focuses on education, youth empowerment, and early childhood development. One position will be based in Garissa county while another will be based in Turkana county.
APHRC prévoit d’entreprendre une enquête parmi les personnes âgées (60 ans et plus) pour estimer la prévalence de la maladie de Parkinson au niveau de la population et évaluer les connaissances et les attitudes des conseillers communautaires influents au Kenya et au Sénégal. Nous recherchons un Chargé de Recherche (H/F) pour soutenir ce travail au Sénégal.
APHRC is seeking to fill the position of Finance and Administration Manager for its regional office based
in Dakar, Senegal. The role is critical for ensuring the effective management of financial resources, administrative
processes, and overall organizational operations in WARO.
APHRC is planning to undertake a survey among older people (60+ years) to estimate the population-level prevalence of Parkinson’s disease, and assess knowledge and attitudes of influential community advisors in Kenya and Senegal. We are looking for a Research Officer II to support this work in Senegal.
APHRC cherche à pourvoir le poste de Responsable Administratif et Financier (H/F) pour son bureau régional basé à Dakar, au Sénégal.
Ce poste est essentiel pour assurer la gestion efficace des ressources financières, des processus administratifs et de l’ensemble des opérations organisationnelles au sein de WARO (West African Regional Office).
We are seeking to recruit a Researcher to work in the Nutrition and Food Systems Unit within our Research Division, mainly focusing on research on food systems.
The Chronic Disease Management (CDM) Unit wishes to engage Health Facility Data Abstractors to support the linkage of patient data with health and demographic surveillance system (HDSS) data in five health facilities in Nairobi County in support of the Multimorbidity in Africa: Digital Innovation, Visualization, and Application (MADIVA) project. MADIVA aims to integrate population and administrative data and design analytic tools, drawing on the latest data science technology to strengthen patient records and data systems serving primary healthcare and to develop software models to identify and predict multimorbidities in African populations.
The APHRC invites applications for Quantitative Field Interviewers in its Primary Research for the Data on Youth and Tobacco in Africa (DaYTA) Project. This is a nationally representative household survey that aims to collect data on tobacco use among adolescents aged 10 to 17 years to fill key evidence gaps and complement existing data in Kenya. We seek to recruit highly qualified and experienced field interviewers to support data collection activities across the selected 16 counties which include: Kilifi, Mombasa, Garissa, Marsabit, Meru, Kitui, Nyeri, Kirinyaga, Turkana, Trans-Nzoia, Nandi, Laikipia, Busia, Migori, Nyamira and Nairobi.
We are seeking to recruit for Head, Research Governance who will be responsible for establishment and delivery of research and data governance practices and frameworks. This involves the establishment of appropriate systems for the assurance of good research governance standards at the division, including identification and refinement of appropriate standards.
The African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC) is an African-led and Africa-based international research institute engaged in multidisciplinary, evidence-based policy research. Our researchers address important issues and challenges facing Africa in areas such as education, health, population, aging, urbanization and wellbeing. We engage with regional policymakers to disseminate our research findings and influence policy decisions to improve the quality of life in Africa.
The African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC) is an African-led and Africa-based international research institute engaged in multidisciplinary, evidence-based policy research. Our researchers address important issues and challenges facing Africa in areas such as education, health, population, aging, urbanization and wellbeing. We engage with policymakers in the region to disseminate our research findings and influence policy decisions to improve the quality of life in Africa.
APHRC seeks to recruit two Researchers to work within the Early Childhood Development (ECD) Program of our Human Development Theme.
APHRC seeks to recruit a Training Program Coordinator to work in its Research and Related Capacity Strengthening (RRCS) Division to support the management and coordination of the Training Program. This is an opportunity to join an existing team dedicated to conducting research and related capacity strengthening focusing on postgraduates, early and mid-career researchers, and other professional that work with health researchers.
The APHRC seeks to recruit a consultant Quantitative Data analyst based in Nairobi to support the Countdown team in the process of translating Stata do-files to R codes and training countries on how to use R software.
The APHRC seeks to recruit a consultant Quantitative Data Manager based in Nairobi to support the countdown team for data management tasks.
APHRC seeks to recruit a Rapporteur to support the Challenging the Politics of Social Exclusion Project (CPSE). The project convenes several engagements with diverse groups of stakeholders. In this regard, APHRC intends to engage suitably qualified proceedings writing and rapporteur service provider to provide high-quality support to CPSE workshop discussions.
The APHRC seeks to recruit a Program Administrative Intern to learn while providing program administrative support to the Challenging the Politics of Social Exclusion Project (CPSE) within the Health and Wellbeing Theme. The project involves several engagements and convenings across the seven project countries. The intern will learn and assist the Program Officer in managing the administrative and logistical functions of the project.
APHRC seeks to engage an Intern in its IT Unit to learn and work closely with the team for an initial period of three months.
APHRC seeks to engage an Intern in its Finance Unit to learn in the profession while assisting with audit and other Finance-related tasks for an initial period of three months.
APHRC’s Research and Related Capacity Strengthening (RRCS) Division seeks to recruit a Program Administration Officer to manage its cross-cutting and related functions.
APHRC’s flagship program, The Consortium for Advanced Research Training in Africa (CARTA) seeks to rebuild and strengthen the capacity of African Universities to produce well-trained and skilled researchers and scholars in Africa by Africans. The program addresses an important challenge facing the African academy i.e. the scarcity of a robust research and training infrastructure capable of offering the type of vibrant and sustained doctoral training necessary to attract, train and retain the continent’s brightest minds.
CARTA seeks to recruit a Program Coordinator to coordinate the activities of the non-African partner institutions (NAP), support the CARTA-evidence project and assist the CARTA secretariat in other program management tasks. This is a new role arising from the implementation of the current five-year strategic plan which has, subsequently triggered tremendous growth in our programs.
APHRC seeks to recruit a Project Coordinator to work in its Research and Related Capacity Strengthening Division to support the coordination of a Novo Nordisk Foundation (NNF) funded project, Improving education on cardiometabolic diseases in Kenya through research capacity strengthening. The aim of this 2-year project is to improve the management of cardiometabolic diseases (CMDs) in Kenya through research evidence generation and capacity strengthening.
The ideal candidate should have strong project management skills and familiarity with academic curriculum of mid-level institutions (e.g. Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) that prepares medical professionals. This is an opportunity to join a team working as part of a countrywide consortium to contribute to rolling back the burden of CMDs in target communities and thereby contribute to improving the health and wellbeing of the population.
APHRC invites applications for Quantitative and Qualitative Field Interviewers to participate in data collection activities in the competency-based curriculum (CBC) study in Nairobi, Murang’a and Samburu. The study’s main objective is to provide empirical evidence on successful aspects and challenges in implementing the competence-based curriculum.
The APHRC seeks to recruit Quantitative Field Interviewers in one of its projects, The Remaking of the Family in East Africa (FamilEA). The project’s main objective is to map out the shifting family landscape of residents in Nairobi, including family networks based outside the city, which is termed the family archipelago. As such, the project will adopt a mixed methods (quantitative-qualitative) approach that will extend beyond the household and conjugal family to the extended family and family-like relationships, such as friendships.
The APHRC invites applications for Quantitative Field Interviewers in its Kenya Abortion Study. This is a national survey to estimate the incidence of abortion and the severity of abortion-related complications in Kenya. We seek to recruit highly qualified and experienced field interviewers to support data collection for the respondent-driven survey (RDS) component of the study.
APHRC seeks to recruit a Knowledge Management and Learning Officer who will support the Knowledge Management and Learning (KML) processes and systems at the Center. S/he will support the implementation of key knowledge management and learning initiatives to ensure the identification, creation, capture, storage, sharing and application of technical knowledge. Critical will be to leverage on good practices, and improve the effectiveness of the program portfolio on the Center’s policy and programmatic approaches.