Terms of Reference for WASH Behavior Change – NGO Job Vacancy Ethiopia 2019

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Job Description – Amref Health Africa

1.     Introduction

Amref Health Africa, the largest African led international organization on the continent, provides training and health services to over 30 countries in Africa. Founded in 1957 as the Flying Doctors of East Africa to bring critical health services to remote communities, Amref Health Africa now delivers preventative, community-based health care. With a focus on women and children, Amref Health Africa manages a full range of medical and public health programs tackling the most critical health challenges facing country focusing on three key programmatic areas: Reproductive,  Maternal,  Neonatal  and Child Health (RMNCH); Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) and Communicable  and  Non-communicable Diseases. Gender and human resources for health are crosscutting, reflected throughout the organization’s health portfolio.  Our organization also engages in clinical outreach interventions and emergency programs including nutrition and resilience building of affected the continent: maternal and child care, HIV & TB, malaria, clean water and sanitation and surgical and clinical outreach.



Amref Health Africa in Ethiopia is working towards safely managed water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) for all in Ethiopia.WASH Alliance International (WAI) WASH Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) supports communities, government, and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and microfinance institutes (MFIs) to work together. So that communities plan and manage WASH facilities themselves, SMEs provide affordable WASH services and the government effectively coordinates and provides WASH services.

The project implementing in 10 rural and semi-rural areas in Shashemene and Arsi Negelle districts of West Arsi Zone, Oromia Region. The WASH SDG project is designed to contribute to meet the SDG 6 target through ensuring sustainable access and use of WASH facilities in the targeted communities of the Woredas. These objectives are met through the introduction of MFIs in the communities, private sector engagement, government-led, climate resilient WASH services and system change approach. The most important step, however, is triggering these households into demanding WASH services, i.e. making them to understand why WASH is needed and how they continue to benefit from it when implemented.



Implementation Modality

As being a new and innovative approach, the implementation modality of the project somehow goes beyond the business as usual approach.  The WASH SDG programme is built on three core strategic objectives:

·       Increasing demand for improved WASH facilities and practices.

·       Improving the quality of service provision.



·       Improving governance of the sector.

Gender and social inclusion will be areas of specific attention in each of the 3 strategic objectives as well as climate vulnerability and resilience. The project will work towards the three strategic objectives through market-based and community-based solutions, public sector leadership, social accountability and empowered communities and civil society. Once capacitated and committed to jointly improve WASH, women and men, households, businesses, financial institutions and governments will generate a sustainable service delivery system, paving the road for acceleration. This will decrease external subsidies and even make them redundant over time and accelerates access to WASH services for a growing population

Job Requirements

·       Experience in developing WASH behavior change communication manual

·       The consultant should have an overall understanding of the National Health sector polices

·       Resume/CV: Including information describing previous relevant work experience

·       Familiarity of Oromia culture with excellent understanding of WASH concepts

•        Five years of relevant experience, especially in social behavior change communication materials development is required;

•        Prior research or work experience with WASH-related topics, particularly on the community-led approaches (e.g. Behavioral Change Communication (BCC), related to WASH) is required;

•        Applicants experienced in developing/designing methodologies or approaches mostly used in the implementation of WASH will be highly desirable;

•        Prior experience with and/or knowledge of behavioral science is highly desirable

·       Excellent references from previous clients within the past 3 years

How to apply

Deadline: July 8, 2019 

Potential consultants are invited to collect TOR free of charge from our office or through email of amrefinethiopia@gmail.com until July 8, 2019 and can submit the proposal on July 9, 2019 by 5:00pm.

·The proposal shall include financial and technical proposals sealed in separate envelopes and submitted to Procurement department in person

Amref Health Africa, Ethiopia office

Behind Bole Medhanialem Church

Near to Abyssinia Building, P.O.Box 20855, Code 1000, Addis Ababa

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