Helen Keller International

Consultant- Maternal Nutrition Guideline

Helen Keller International

Consultant- Maternal Nutrition Guideline

Suaahara II Good Nutrition Program (2016-2023) funded by USAID Nepal aims to improve the nutritional status of women, disadvantaged groups and children in 389 municipalities of 42 districts of Nepal through a multi sector partnership with the Government of Nepal (GoN) at all levels, relevant UN agencies, private sectors and other USAID -funded initiatives. Helen Keller International (HKI) serves as the prime and lead organization for Suaahara II and partners with six consortium organizations to implement the program (CARE, FHI360, Digital Broadcast Initiative Equal Access (DBI EA), Environment and Public Health Organization (ENPHO), Nepali Technical Assistance Group (NTAG), Vijaya Development Resource Center (VDRC)). Applications are invited from interested, committed, dynamic team players and experienced Nepali nationals for the following position:
Suaahara II Good Nutrition Program (2016-2023) funded by USAID Nepal aims to improve the nutritional status of women, disadvantaged groups and children in 389 municipalities of 42 districts of Nepal through a multi sector partnership with the Government of Nepal (GoN) at all levels, relevant UN agencies, private sectors and other USAID -funded initiatives. Helen Keller International (HKI) serves as the prime and lead …

Consultant- Maternal Nutrition Guideline

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Summary of Job Purpose: The purpose of this task is to develop guideline on maternal nutrition addressing triple burden of malnutrition during pregnancies in collaboration with the Nutrition Section, Family Welfare Division (FWD) and UNICEF. This task requires detailed review of national and international documents on health strategies addressing maternal malnutrition, understanding ongoing nutrition services and system for maternal nutrition including existing gaps in service coverage and quality, identifying relevant and context-specific solutions to improving maternal nutrition through the health system. It also requires working closely with the Nutrition Section, the Maternal and Newborn Health (MNH) section and other cross cutting divisions such as the Management division including the Logistics and IHMIS sections), the NHEICC, and partners like USAID, UNICEF, WFP and NuTEC members.

Educational qualifications and experiences: Master on Public Health or Nutrition with a minimum of 10 years of working experience on developing nutrition related documents like guidelines, strategy, policy papers, standards, etc.; prior experience in developing national-level guidelines or protocols, and working on maternal nutrition.

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