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Assessment of Women for Women International – Nigeria “HIV/AIDS Curriculum Improvement and Program Enhancement” Project Organizational Overview in countries affected by conflict and war, Women for Women International supports the most marginalized women to earn and save money, improve health and well-being, influence decisions in their home and community, and connect to networks for support. By utilizing skills, knowledge, and resources, she is able to create sustainable change for herself, her family, and community.
Since 1993, Women for Women International has served more than 407,000 women in 8 conflict-affected countries, including Afghanistan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Iraq, Kosovo, Nigeria, Rwanda and South Sudan.
Objectives of the Work: Curriculum Revision Design and Implementation
- To accomplish the key objectives of the “HIV/AIDS Curriculum Improvement and Program Enhancement Project,” WfWI seeks a qualified Consultant to support WfWI to design and implement an assessment of the effectiveness of the new HIV/AIDS curriculum that is being developed under the project and referrals to existing HIV/AIDS services that WfWI-N provides to participants.
- The assessment will also enable WfWI to understand the relevance and effectiveness of the revised HIV/AIDS Health curriculum which aims to improve participant’s understanding of HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment, as well as knowledge of available, local resources. It should build off of the data that WfWI-N routinely collects related to health and wellness indicators.
- The assessment should provide WfWI with lessons about the health training curriculum, methodology, and delivery to inform additional expansion of these activities to other communities to improve the lives of socially excluded women at risk for contracting HIV/AIDS in Nigeria and other WfWI countries. In cases where the curriculum and delivery fell short of objectives, the assessment should recommend solutions or alternative approaches for future work.
- Finally, the assessment will also serve as an excellent opportunity to build the capacity of WfWI-N staff who observe and understand the assessment process.
• Working experience in training in HIV/AIDS education, testing, and uptake of services among women;
• Working experience in West Africa within the public health sector;
• Experienced trainer of trainer;
• Excellent knowledge and experience of appreciative, participatory approaches;
• Have working experience with the poorest of the poor women with low literacy rates;
• Strong communication skills ability to listen to teams and integrate reflection;
• Fluent in English - knowledge of local language would be an advantage.
Method of Application
Interested and suitably qualified candidates should click here to apply online.