- March 24, 2022
- Posted by: strategia
- Category: Humanitarian Jobs
The hygiene promoters will support a 12 month project in Ceelwaaq district supported by SHF.
The roles and responsibilities of hygiene promoters will include;
1) Identify Community Needs- hygiene promoter determines the specific needs of the community or group of people he/she is working to assist. Based on these observations, he creates an effective plan of action designed to help the targeted group improve their hygiene practices.
2) Provide Education- It’s the hygiene promoter’s job to lead classes instructing people on how to improve their hygiene methods. She holds classes and informational sessions where she describes the importance of maintaining proper hygiene. If necessary, she/he demonstrates proper ways to maintain specific personal cleansing procedures and answers any subsequent questions.
3) Distribute Hygiene Kits- A hygiene promoter does his best to support ongoing hygiene practices in a community by distributing hygiene kits to residents.
4) Coordinate Disease Prevention Efforts- Not only does a hygiene promoter help to improve the personal cleanliness of the group of people they are working with at community level, he/she does best to teach them ways to prevent the spread of common sicknesses and diseases.
5)Perform other duties as directed by the senior hygiene promoter supervisor.
Person Specifications (Requirements):
- Diploma in WASH related subjects
- At least 0-2 years’ experience in hygiene promotion programs In Somalia
- Fluent in English and Somali
- Social mobilization experience preferred
- Strong team building and management skills
- Having report writing skills and communication skills.
How to apply
To apply the above job please send your CV and cover letter to email: email@example.com by 25th March 2022/or submit it to ADA’s Ceelwaaq office. Due to large number of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Active in Development Aid is an equal opportunity employer and considers all the applicants on the basis of merits without regards to age, sex, disability, colour, nationality, religion.