Expression of Interest No. 090/09/2016
all areas of Somalia, acute malnutrition is a chronic problem with
country-wide median prevalence of 12 % global acute malnutrition (GAM)
classified as alert, with wide variations among regions and population
designed to address the nutrition crisis in Somalia include targeted
supplementary feeding programme (TSFP) for moderately malnourished
children under 5 years and pregnant and nursing women, Blanket
Supplementary Feeding Programme (BSFP); Maternal & Child Health
clinics Nutrition support (MCHN) for children under 2 years and pregnant
and lactating women, and nutrition care & treatment for specific
vulnerable groups (PLWHA and TB clients).
skills are required in-country to conduct and evaluation of 20 MCHN
programmes implemented by Ministry of Health from October 2015 to May
1. To Assess performance of MCHN programmes
- To Assess the targeting and admission criteria vs WFP guidelines
- To Assess the staffing levels at each MCHN site
- To Assess food storage modalities
- To Assess adherence to supervision, monitoring and reporting
- Desk review meetings with AO Program staff to discuss scope of work and collect existing secondary data
- Key informant Interviews with key staff – WFP, MOH etc.
- Field visit to sample of MCHN sites and interviews with staff, beneficiaries
- Field visit to 3 or 4 independent MCHN, TSFP Centres
- Debriefing meeting with key staff to share preliminary findings
- Report- writing
A comprehensive report in English detailing the study background and
rationale, objectives, methodology, results, conclusions/recommendations
and key annexes will be drafted.
university degree or first degree in Public Health, Nutrition or Social
Sciences supplemented by additional years of relevant professional
- Previous experience and demonstrated skills in evaluations, writing and analytical skills.
- Broad knowledge and experience of nutrition specific and nutrition sensitive principles and programming.
- Experience managing, training/ preparing and overseeing field research teams
- Strong communication skills; written and oral.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Experience working in partnership with different stakeholders
- Familiarity with Somalia, especially programming in Puntland.
Interested and qualified candidates are requested to submit online applications only according to the following procedures:
- All applications must include an accurately filled in Personal History Form (P11) available at the following link http://www.unon.org/docs/P11.doc to be sent by e-mail to HR-SOM@wfp.org
- Quote the Vacancy Expression of Interest number, job title and location;
- Hand delivered applications will not be accepted;
- Applications that do not meet the above requirements will be disregarded;
- Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.