International Rescue Committee MCH Booklet Filling TOT Training Consultancy in Kenya

Consultancy – MCH Booklet Filling TOT Training
Sector: Health 
Location: Kenya 
Employee Type: Consultant 
Employee Category: Not Applicable
1. Introduction: The International Rescue Committee (IRC) provides health services in Hagadera and Kambioos, at Dadaab Refugee Camp since January 2009. 


It operates 1 camp hospital and 5 health posts in the community with a total population of 138628 (106,394 Hagadera 19,664 Kambioos and 12,570 host community).

The IRC provides both Basic and comprehensive obstetric care to Hagadera and Kambioos camp.

The IRC is planning to have a TOT Filling of MCH booklets training for MCH AND maternity Nurse ANC assistants CHP and Nutrition officers and their Supervisors across Dadaab camp.

2. Objective of the training

  • Explain the meaning of standard curves
  • Plot weight on a growth chart
  • Interpret individual growth curves
  • Focused Antenatal care (FANC)
  • Delivery
  • Postnatal Care (Targeted Postpartum Care and baby)
  • Preventive services
3. Expected outcome
  • Enables the health system to locate the child for follow up.
  • Planning care for the child (Low birth weight, pre-term).
  • For surveillance and response.
  • Program planning and monitoring:where are those not adequately reached with services and why, what needs to be done.
4. Major topics

Section A: Measuring a Child’s Growth

Section B: Interpreting Growth Indicators

Section C: Counselling on Growth and Feeding

5. Methodology

This course uses a variety of instructional methods, including reading, written exercises, discussions, role plays, demonstrations, and practice with real children.       

Practice, whether in written exercises or with real children, is a critical element of instruction.

6. Material, Equipment and Logistic Support

  • Flip charts, markers, note books and pens.
  • Projector and Laptop.
  • MCH booklet.
7. IRC role

IRC will arrange the training dates, place, venue, and provide stationeries, refreshments and all other necessary materials for the training. Any expense related to this training will be covered by the IRC.      

8. Number of Participants

A total of 24 participants will be attending the training. These are qualified nurses/midwives working at maternity and the MCH clinics at the healthposts and the community health officer in Dadaab.

9. Training venue

Hanshi conference Dadaab

10. Training date

The training will be conducted from 6th July to 9th July 2016

Kenyan nationals are encouraged to apply. 

International allowances are not available for this position. Salary and employee benefits are compliant to the Kenyan NGO Sector.
How to Apply

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