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Deadline: 20 Apr 2017
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Location: Africa , Rwanda , Kigali
Employment: Full-Time
Experience: From 10 year(s)
Education: Bachelor
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Employer: Chemonics-RWANDA
About Company: The Rwanda Family Health Project built the capacity of Rwandan institutions to deliver high-quality family health services to the Rwandan people. The principle objective of the project was to increase the use of district-level facility and community-based family health services.
Phone: +2509553300
Contact name: MD
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Advanced degree in food and nutrition, nutrition research, public health, or related field.
At least 10 years of experience implementing food and nutrition programs in nonemergency
development contexts.
Ability to develop strategies and detailed implementation plans for nutrition and related
health and agriculture elements.
Excellent communication and writing skills in English, French, and Kinyarwanda.
for the anticipated USAID-funded Feed the Future Rwanda Increased Protein for
Dietary Diversity (Orora Wihaze) activity. This five-year, $10-25 million project will
sustainably increase the availability of, access to, and consumption of animal-source foods
in order to improve the dietary diversity scores of women of reproductive age (15-49 years),
especially pregnant and lactating women (PLW), and children between the age of 6-23
months in poor rural households.
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