About The Role
goal of PATH’s Maternal, Newborn, Child Health and Nutrition (MNCHN) Program is
to apply effective, innovative approaches to broadening access to and use of
key MNCHN interventions that address the most pressing causes of maternal,
newborn and child deaths, and poor nutritional status. Our approach includes:
an emphasis on community-level action; a focus on improving the quality of
existing health services, improving preventive and curative care across the
continuum of care from facility to community level; a commitment to reaching
underserved communities; a focus on working to understand and address barriers
to high-quality care; and mobilization of social and political support to
create and sustain an enabling environment for service delivery of key evidence-based
interventions. Where appropriate, the MNCHN Program strives to establish
public-private partnerships to advance our goals.
PATH is seeking to hire a
Maternal Child Health Data Intern to be based in Kenya.
Duties & Responsibilities
Intern will support the following activities on the Asset Tracker project:
data team in collecting, organizing, and extracting predefined indicators
across data sources including household/facility surveys, routine health
data, logistics management information systems, and policy/training documents
the review of country-level data collection sheets to identify missing or
data and project team meetings
Required Experience And
enrolled in a graduate program (masters or PhD) inmonitoring and evaluation,
global health, or public policy/administration.
experience with data collection and collation.
with working with data in spreadsheet/tabular format
to work independently
Authorization to work in Kenya
How To Apply