APHRC is committed to generating an Africa-led and Africa-owned body of evidence to inform decision making for an effective and sustainable response to the most critical challenges facing the continent.
POLICY ENGAGEMENT COMMUNICATION
APHRC seeks to recruit a consultant to lead a feasibility study to assess the readiness to establish biobanking of patient samples from selected health facilities in Uganda and Kenya. The Initial contract period will be 6 months with a possibility of extension based on performance and
additional activities to undertake.
The consultant will provide overall project management for a feasibility study with the following specific tasks; obtain ethical approvals, recruit a study team and supervise study activities.
APHRC is accepting applications for both Qualitative and Quantitative Field Interviewers for its AfriFOODlinks Project. The project will be carrying out a mixed methods cross-sectional study involving collection of both quantitative and qualitative data in Kisumu in the course of October and November 2023.
APHRC seeks to engage a consultant to design an interactive and visually appealing version of three courses in English and French on its Moodle (Virtual Academy Platform) for a period of two months.
Through the INSPIRE Learning Health System (LHS) project, we welcome applications from HDSS sites and Longitudinal Population Cohorts (LPCs) that would like to build a niche or innovate within their sites. We are particularly interested in proposals that are;
• Technologically innovative
• Scalable, replicable and sustainable
• Community driven and inclusive
APHRC seeks to recruit three consultants to support research on Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health (ASRH).The consultants are expected to conduct desk-based research to understand key drivers of the changes observed in Benin, Nepal and Peru countries, including changes in policies, and to draw out lessons for multi-sectoral action including youth engagement to improve Adolescent SRH outcomes. Each consultant will focus on one country.
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 seeks to recruit a Researcher to work in the Nutrition and Food Systems Unit within the Research Division, mainly focusing on research on food systems.
We are seeking to recruit a Researcher to work in the Nutrition and Food Systems Unit within the Research Division, mainly focusing on research on maternal, infant and child nutrition.
APHRC is looking for an Advocacy and Communications Consultant to join the Advocacy Unit.
We seek to engage a consultant to review selected policies (5-8) and draft contracts/agreements to ensure they adequately address safeguarding, protection from sexual exploitation and abuse and if not advice on how they can be improved.
The APHRC seeks to recruit two Temporary Laboratory Technologists in one of its projects for a period of four months.
We seek to recruit a Senior Advocacy Officer to work in the CPSE project within the Policy Engagement and Communication (PEC) Program. CPSE’s work is anchored on partnerships with key government and civil society bodies at the regional and sub-regional levels in Eastern, Southern and Western Africa in seven countries: Kenya, Rwanda, Zambia, Malawi, Sierra Leone, Burkina Faso, and Liberia.
The scoping review consultancy is to help understand the policy and practice landscape, and identify gaps in research and opportunities for sustainable approaches including agroecology in food systems transformation in East Africa, particularly in urban areas and drylands.
APHRC is seeking a passionate and meticulous consultant to evaluate how useful our capacity-strengthening sessions for our partners has been for them, especially for the Southern African Development Community Parliamentary Forum (SADC PF), East African Community (EAC), and other partners.
We seek to recruit Communications Managers to join the Policy Engagement and Communications (PEC) Program. These are new roles arising from the implementation of the current five-year strategic plan which has, subsequently triggered tremendous growth in our programs.
The ideal candidate will be an outstanding mentor, able to both supervise and delegate with authority, and be a nimble and innovative user of knowledge to drive change. The role is responsible for delivering technical communications support in external and internal communications including content generation, storytelling, writing and editing, media engagement for mainstream and digital media, formal and informal training in various communications skills, to help highly technical and specialized research professionals improve their ability to effectively reach a variety of lay audiences.
We are seeking to recruit Communications Officers to join the Policy Engagement and Communication (PEC) Program. These are new roles arising from the implementation of the current five-year strategic plan which has, subsequently triggered tremendous growth in our programs. We are looking for individuals who are creative, organized, highly motivated, results-oriented, and great communicators who will help bring lasting evidence-based change in Africa. The successful candidates will contribute to knowledge translation and policy engagement efforts in collaboration, working in close collaboration with program teams.
As part of our strategy to improve the Center’s ability to engage in global and continental discussions about solutions to the challenges impeding Africa’s development, we are recruiting Multimedia Officers to ensure quality control in our multimedia content. These are new roles arising from the implementation of the current five-year strategic plan which has, subsequently triggered tremendous growth in our programs.
APHRC is seeking applications from consultant(s) to conduct an environmental assessment on the CARTA Program. The objective of the environmental assessment is to have a basis for integrating environmental assessment into planning, implementation and monitoring of the Program and ensure that CARTA contributes to environmentally sustainable development.
The Multimorbidity in Africa: Digital Innovation, Visualization, and Application (MADIVA) research hub is a five (5) year project funded
by the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH’s) Harnessing Data Science for Health Discovery and Innovation in Africa (DS-I Africa) program.
APHRC is seeking firms/ individual consultants to develop a Knowledge Management and Learning Platform for the Center (including the West Africa Regional Office), to use across its themes and divisions.
The main objective of the consultancy is to establish a knowledge management and learning platform using web development technologies or frameworks and align the system to APHRC processes and procedures.
We are recruiting a Multimedia Officer to join the Catalyze Initiative project. S/he will oversee the visual elements of the webpage and project materials, including knowledge management products, analyses, surveys, and exhibitions. Their main responsibilities will involve conveying information through visualizations and producing graphics such as illustrations, logos, product layouts, and photos. Additionally, they will be responsible for generating, modifying, and overseeing multimedia content across different platforms, as well as creating videos and utilizing digital channels.
We are recruiting a Senior Communications Officer for the Catalyze Initiative project. This is an initiative that seeks to link research outputs to policy and decision making for impact across the continent with specific activities in three countries: Ethiopia, Kenya and Nigeria.
We are seeking to recruit a Board Secretary who will be responsible for managing and coordinating the Board’s affairs. S/he is expected to operate in line with the Board Charter and other relevant documents.
We seek to engage an Intern in our Human Resources Unit to learn and work closely with the team for an initial period of three months.
To retain its talent through competitive conditions of service, APHRC would like to carry out a staff satisfaction and engagement survey. Specifically, the purpose of this survey is to establish APHRC staffs’ current satisfaction and engagement levels, and improvements they would like to see.