The Ghana-West Africa Programme to Combat AIDS and STI (WAPCAS) is a local Civil Society Organisation (CSO) that has been operating in Ghana since 1996. WAPCAS has been implementing HIV and STI prevention programmes targeting key affected and vulnerable populations with funding support from different donor partners, including the Global Fund.
Starting from 2021 to 2023, WAPCAS as a Principal Recipient (PR) of The Global Fund New Funding Model III (TGF NFMH ) will receive funding for the implementation of HIV/TB interventions for Key Populations. The goal of TGF NFM II for HIV is to achieve epidemic control and the fast track treatment targets of 90-90-90 by 2023. The Key Population (KP) project is a component of the HIV/TB NFM Ill grant. The intervention seeks to increase the estimated number of KPs who know their HIV status, increase ART initiation and retention for viral suppression, offer other Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH) services, remove human rights barriers, and increase access to services To ensure effective management of the grant, WAPCAS wishes to recruit qualified and resourceful individuals to fill the following position
The Field Supervisor is responsible for designing guiding and directing the day-to-day project activities, as well as providing both administrative and technical
supervision on the field.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Prepare quarterly work plans and share with HO using targets assigned for the period
Plan, organise and run IEC and BCC activities in the KP communities
Share targets and tasks to individual Peer Educators (PES) d Supervise and monitor activities of PE to ensure that they are working and provide timely feedback to strengthen fieldwork
Facilitate the identification of new hotspots for intervention
Develop and submit a plan for monitoring
activities in your respective sites
Organise weekly meetings with the PES to assess progress of work, plan strategies to address challenges, review and clean data collected
Liaise with beneficiary groups (FSW). Peer educators, and relevant stakeholders for input in identifying innovative ways of implementing programme activities
Manage the activities at the drop-in-centers (DICS)
Organise logistical support and maintain stock levels of commodities and materials for outreach
Maintain an inventory of both old and new equipment/items in your site Represent WAPCAS in all meetings that may require your presence in your respective areas
Liaise with the District Assemblies and other stakeholders to ensure that WAPCAS contribution to the District’s HIV response is
Prepare and submit monthly project reports and other professional documents as appropriate
i. Support the continuous capacity-building sessions for PEs.
Appraise the performance of the PE continually and at the end of the project year. Document and share experiences in various sites. Other duties as and when necessary.
QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Sociology or a related field in Social Science b. 1-2 years’ experience in project implementation
HOW TO APPLY
All application should be submitted to
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The Executive Director
Ghana-West Africa Program to Combat AIDS and STI (WAPCAS)
Post Office Box AT 1010
APPLICATION CLOSING DATE
Closing date for submission: 18th December 2020
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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