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6 vacancies
      • Lead Social Mobilizer at Population Council

      • Population Council seeks applications from qualified candidates to serve as a Lead Social Mobilizer for its Shang Ring Research project in Homabay, Kenya. REPORTING TO: Program Officer II – Sha
        • 16 January, 2019
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      • Finance Officer at Population Council

      • The Population Council seeks an experienced professional to serve as a Finance Officer in its Nairobi, Kenya office. The position supports the day to day running of the Finance department through over
        • 13 July, 2018
      • Human Resource Officer at Population Council

      • Job Description Job Summary: Population Council seeks an experienced professional to serve as a Human Resource Officer (HRO) in its Nairobi, Kenya office. The position provides key support to lega
        • 15 May, 2018
      • Administrative Officer at Population Council

      • The Population Council is seeking an experienced administrator to support various functions in the Population Council Nairobi Office including: facility management, procurement and general administrat
        • 28 February, 2018
      • Program Officer III at Population Council

      • The position will be expected to work at very high research standards, with energy and commitment to the growth and success of the overall program. The successful candidate will report to the Program
        • 17 October, 2016

About Population Council

In Kenya, the Council leads research and develops programs to reduce maternal mortality; build protective health, social, and economic assets for adolescent girls; reduce HIV transmission; respond to sexual and gender-based violence; address disrespect and abuse in maternity care; assess various service integration models; assess whether reproductive health voucher programs can help vulnerable populations access critical reproductive health services; and strengthen evidence for programs related to unintended pregnancy and unsafe abortion. The Council helped the Kenyan government develop its first population policy in 1966, and played a key role in establishing the Population Studies and Research Institute at the University of Nairobi. The Council initiated a regional capacity-building program that led to the formation of the African Population and Health Research Center in 1995, now a leading independent research institution. The Council sustains the Africa Regional Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Network, a coalition that meets annually to review best practices for strengthening and integrating medical and legal services for survivors of sexual violence.

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