WFP Programme Assistant (Nutrition) Jobs 2022 Kenya

WFP Programme Assistant (Nutrition) Jobs 2022 Kenya: Currently the WFP is hiring employees for their upcoming projects vacancy for the Programme Assistant (Nutrition) position. Now for all Kenyan NGO job seekers, it’s a great opportunity to work with WFP.

WFP Programme Assistant (Nutrition) Jobs 2022 employment advertisement is published on March 22, 2022. Candidates can apply via online by April 4, 2022.

Organization Name World Food Programme (WFP)
Type of Organization NGO
Date Posted March 22, 2022
Closing Date April 4, 2022
Position Programme Assistant (Nutrition)
Total Vacancy N/A
Apply Process online
Country Kenya

WFP Programme Assistant (Nutrition) Jobs 2022

The World Food Programme (WFP) seeks suitable applicants for the position below at the Nairobi, Kenya.

  • Education: University degree.
  • Experience: 1-2 years’ experience.
  • Employment Type: Full-Time.
  • Language: Fluency in both oral and written English is essential.
  • Duty Station: Nairobi.
  • Remuneration: As Per Rules.

Other Requirements / Information:

  • University degree in public health, nutrition, international development, social sciences, or other relevant fields
  • At least 1-2 years experience working in the technical fields of Nutrition, food security, public health, HIV/TB programming, international development, or social sciences.
  • Prior experience working within the humanitarian context.
  • Prior contribution to the implementation of Nutrition & HIV/TB

Knowledge & Skills:

  • Has contributed to the implementation of programmes.
  • Has observed or assisted with policy discussions.
  • Ability to express clearly and concisely ideas and concepts in written and oral form.
  • Good computer skills including in various office applications, writing, and design software.
  • Basic knowledge of Food security, Nutrition, HIV/TB, and School-Based programming is essential.
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a diverse team.

Job Purpose

  • Against a backdrop of a complex set of vulnerabilities, across ten countries in the Regional Bureau for Eastern Africa, WFP is committed in supporting governments to achieving their commitments to end hunger, improve diets and contribute to reduce malnutrition and reaching Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2 and 17. In response to the demographic, political, economic and environmental changes expected to continue in the region through the timeframe of the Agenda 2030, RBN has identified three regional programme priority areas: 1) emergency preparedness and crisis response; 2) social protection; and 3) food systems. These areas integrate various cross cutting themes within the countries including nutrition, HIV and school-based programs. With the advent of Covid, 9.8 million children missed school, some may never return. RBN is also second HIV/TB impacted globally, with critical groups of concern including adolescents and young people, as well as refugees/IDPs and returnees. Together, these overlapping sets of multiple vulnerabilities create unprecedented drawbacks and call to action an integrated approach.

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