Must have ten (10) years working experience
Must have all particulars of driving experience
Must be above the age of 35 years
Must be a school leaving certificate holder
28 March, 2014
About Women’s Health and Action Research Centre
WHARC is a non-governmental, non-profit organization established in 1993. It consists of a multi-disciplinary team of health, social science and legal professionals and researchers working together to build the knowledge base and to improve the policy environment for advancing women’s health in Africa. To date, the Centre has conducted formative and intervention research that documents the socio-cultural determinants of women’s health and that provides critical data for developing policies and programs for scaling up best practices relating to women’s health in the region. In particular, our niche is to use the results of research to build public health awareness and to advocate for policy changes about critical sexual and reproductive health issues in Nigeria. WHARC also publishes the African Journal of Reproductive Health (AJRH) (www.ajrh.info), now widely recognized as the leading journal that promotes sexual and reproductive health and the principles of sexual rights, equity and social justice in sub-Saharan Africa.