- Work with stakeholders to increase access to and adoption of improved sanitation and uptake of key hygiene behaviors;
- Provide technical assistance on service delivery of water and solid waste management;
- Collaborate with Kenyan Health Systems and Services at the country/county level to promote EWA and ENA efforts;
- Reinforce the work of KIWASH’s behavior change communications partners to promote EWA and ENA efforts and complement other WASH initiatives;
- Promote Safe Water and Hygiene Kits as an incentive for early and frequent antenatal care, in line with the integration of WASH in nutrition assessment, counseling, and support;
- Promote integration of WASH messaging in Oral Rehydration Therapy (ORT) corners in health facilities
- Create and promote nutrition messaging that focuses on ensuring adequate dietary practices must accompany increased production of nutritious foods;
- Deliver nutrition messaging to promote preparation and consumption of nutrient dense and diverse foods;
- Distribute/disseminate agricultural information and information regarding improved technologies to the rural poor to improve nutrition and potentially increase incomes through sales of excess produce;
- Promote the use of small-scale irrigation kits for use on kitchen gardens whose primary goal will be to diversify production to increase the intake of micronutrients at the household level;
- Track consumption of nutrient-rich and diversified foods at the household level;
- Regular and timely inputs into KIWASH bi-weekly, quarterly, and annual reports, as well as annual work plan;
- Participate in generation of evidence, documentation of best practices and lessons learned;
- Other tasks as required by supervisor(s).
- 7+ years of experience working in WASH-related programs (nutrition, water supply, sanitation, hygiene and/or water resources management as it pertains to water and sanitation services) in East Africa;
- Master’s degree in a related area preferred;
- Experience in working on community-based nutrition, water supply and sanitation program implementation, with service delivery mechanisms, including cost and recovery mechanisms;
- Knowledge and experience working on Kenyan nutrition, water supply and sanitation issues;
- English language written and verbal fluency.
Reporting: The Household Nutrition and WASH Manager will report to the Agriculture and Nutrition Advisor.
Interested applicants should apply via the link, https://kiwashproject.formstack.com/forms/household_nutrition_and_wash_manager by August 9, 2016.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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