Are you the publisher? Claim or contact us about this channel

Embed this content in your HTML


Report adult content:

click to rate:

Account: (login)

More Channels


Channel Catalog

Channel Description:

Breaking News, Latest Events, Politics, Kenyan Stories, Gossip and Drama, Showbiz, Sports, Features, African and the World. You don't need to go anywhere else.

older | 1 | .... | 3319 | 3320 | (Page 3321) | 3322 | 3323 | .... | 3359 | newer

    0 0

    Tuesday, December 25, 2018- The sexy lady, who is a popular Instagram model known to flaunt her flesh on social media, has a treat for team mafisi.

    Team Mafisi are probably on the prowl this festive season looking for damsels in distress to ‘rescue’ and this video will set the right mood.

    She shared the raunchy video shaking what her mama gave her and it is a thirst trap.

    Watch the video below.

    A post shared by KKVSH (@realkkvsh) on

    The Kenyan DAILY POST

    0 0

    Tuesday, December 25, 2018- Veteran Kenyan entertainer Kevin Wyre is among a few Kenyan celebrities who have managed to keep their private life away from the media.

    The talented singer has been married to his beautiful wife, Hanifa, for ten years and they have an 8-year old son.

    Wyre is so good at protecting his wife from prying eyes that not many knew he was officially married let alone for a decade.

    “I do not like to talk about my family because I believe that I choose this life and not them, and so they should not have to suffer for it. 

    “They deserve to have their privacy. All I will tell you is that we have been married for nine years and she is called Hanifa,” said Wyre in a past interview.

    Well, the Love Child as he is fondly referred to and his wife decided to celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary by renewing their marriage vows and it was as you would expect an invite only affair.

    Watch the video below.

    The Kenyan DAILY POST.

    0 0


    Wednesday, December 26, 2018- This slay queen embarrassed herself badly after having one too many at a popular club in Nairobi CBD over Christmas.

    From the video, after consuming more alcohol than she could handle, she proceeded to twerk in the middle of the road with wild abandon.

    This video was recorded at 3:20 am and you can tell the lady was drunk like a fish after partaking in some cheap alcohol brands.

    Watch the madness below.

     The Kenyan DAILY POST.

    0 0

    Wednesday, December 26, 2018-The race for the 2018/19 Premier League title is taking shape with leaders Liverpool looking to cement their position at the league summit when they host Newcastle United today.Go Here.

    Defending Champions, Manchester City, are also hoping to bounce back from their shocking defeat to Crystal Palace when they play Leicester United and mount the pressure on Liverpool.

    Arsenal and Manchester United are also in action with the Gunners facing Brighton away while the Red Devils look to continue with life after Jose Mourinho with a home match against Huddersfield.Go Here.

    You can make good money from the  games lined up today and if you haven’t noticed our tips have more than 90% success rate.

    Check the tips below

    IT1(13:30) FROSINONE v AC MILAN -2 Go Here.

    IT1(16:00) ATALANTA v JUVENTUS -2


    EPL(17:00) LEICESTER  v MAN CITY –GG Go Here.




    ENC(17:00) WEST BROM v WIGAN -1

    ENC(17:00) LEEDS v BLACKBURN -1

    IT1(19:00) ROMA v SASSUOLO -1 Go Here.

    EPL(19:00) BRIGHTON v ARSENAL -2


    IT1(21:30) INTER v  NAPOLI-1X Go Here.

    Good Luck and claim your free bet  Here.

    0 0

    Wednesday, December 26, 2018- The fatal shooting of a Leeds University student Carlton David Maina in Kibera has put Kenya police officers on the spot.

    The 23-year travelled from UK to visit his family in Kenya but was felled by a rogue cop’s bullet on December 22 in Kibera where his mother lives.

    Carlton was a brilliant young man with a bright future but his only crime is living in a slum where police deem most youths in slums as criminals.

    He scored a straight A in KCSE from Maseno School in 2013 and was involved in several projects in Kibera.

    His death has sparked outrage on social media forcing Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet to direct the Independent Policing Oversight Authority (IPOA) to expedite investigations into the incident.

     “We wish to inform the public that the Inspector General of Police has asked IPOA to expedite investigations into the shooting incident that occurred in Kibera within Nairobi County in which one Carlton Maina was shot and fatally injured,” read tweet posted in the National Police Service.

    “We further wish to assure the public that the service, just like in similar instances in the past, will enforce the outcome of the investigations that IPOA will recommend.”

    The deceased’s love for football earned him a scholarship at the UK college soon after clearing his high school education at the Maseno School in 2013 where he emerged with an A-plain.

    Watch the video of the late David delivering a TED talk early this year below.

    The Kenyan DAILY POST.

    0 0

    Wednesday December 26, 2018-Inspector General of Police, Joseph Boinett, has ordered for a probe into the killing of University of Leeds student, Carlton Maina.

    Mwangi, who was in a holiday in Kenya, was shot while coming out from watching a football match with his friends. He was shot by a drunk cop on December 22nd.

    In a tweet on Wednesday, Boinett assured the public that action will be taken depending on the outcome of the investigations.

    “We wish to inform the public that the Inspector General of Police has asked IPOA to expedite investigations into the shooting incident that occurred in Kibera within Nairobi County in which one Carlton Maina was shot and fatally injured,” read the tweet.

    “We further wish to assure the public that the service, just like in similar instances in the past, will enforce the outcome of the investigations that IPOA will recommend.”

    The deceased’s love for football earned him a scholarship at the UK College soon after clearing his high school education at the Maseno School in 2013 where he emerged with an A-plain.

    The Kenyan DAILY POST

    0 0

    Wednesday December 26, 2018-Deputy President William Ruto‘s presidential bid in 2022 has suffered a major blow after one of his key campaigners abandoned him for Interior Coordination Cabinet Secretary, Fred Matiangi.

     Speaking during Christmas Celebrations in Nakuru town on Tuesday, Nakuru Town West MP, Samuel Arama, said Matiang’i is fit to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2022.

     “I am calling on Matiang’i to consider vying for Presidency in 2022 because he is more suitable to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta. As a Gusii community we must back Matiang’i for the country’s top seat due to his good performance record for the years he has served in government,” said the lawmaker. 

    Arama insisted he won’t regret backing Matiang’i for the top seat because the Gusii community has been supporting other presidential aspirants from other communities.

    “It is our time to have the support from other communities for Matiang’i to become the next president in 2022. Elected leaders from Gusii region should unite speak in one voice and push for Matiang’i to be President Uhuru Kenyatta’s successor,” he said.  

    The Kenyan DAILY POST

    0 0

    Wednesday December 26, 2018-Self proclaimed National Resistance Movement (NRM) general, Miguna Miguna, has once again lashed at Siaya Senator, James Orengo, for referring National Super Alliance (NASA) leader, Raila Odinga, as His Excellency and The Right Honourable”.

    During a church function in Nyamira County on Tuesday, Orengo introduced Raila as His Excellency and The Right Honourable Raila Odinga.

    But Miguna, who is a Canadian trained lawyer, told Orengo that the two titles are not used to address one person at the same time.

     He further stated that the two honourable titles cannot be used in one to the same person because no one can occupy both symbolic offices at the same time.

    "Senior Counsel, you are embarrassing yourself. Make up your mind whether Raila Odinga is "His Excellency" or "The Right Honourable." You cannot use both honourifics in one sentence in reference to the same person because no one can occupy both symbolic offices at the same time." Miguna wrote on social media.

    The Kenyan DAILY POST

    0 0

    Wednesday December 26, 2018-Kakamega Senator, Cleophas Malala, has revealed that all is not well in State House in regards to Deputy President William Ruto ‘s dreams of succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2022.

     According to Jubilee Party lineup, once Uhuru retires, Ruto is the apparent heir but recent secrets fight in State House has put Ruto’s presidential bid in jeopardy.

    However commenting about the issue on NTV on Monday , Malala said Uhuru is betraying Ruto because has been opposition progressive agendas by the Head of State. 

    Malala said Ruto has been hiring his stooges to oppose everything that Uhuru does especially the ongoing purge against graft.

    "You remember very well they opposed lifestyle audit. They also opposed the ongoing fight against graft, “Malala said.

    Furthermore, the Senator believes that the leaders have ignored President Uhuru's directive on projects.

    He said Ruto has been walking across the country launching projects, contrary to the president's stand. 

    This, Malala argues, is a conflict since Uhuru had given a directive to have completion of ongoing projects before launching new ones.

     Malala also said that Ruto has been using Elgeyo Marakwet Senator, Kipchumba Murkomen, his Nandi counterpart, Samson Cherargei  and Kimililu MP Didmus Barasa to bash the President.

    The Kenyan DAILY POST

    0 0

    Wednesday December 26, 2018-Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI), George Kinoti, has maintained that he will continue arresting thieves of public money until all corrupt officers are weeded out of the Public Service.

     In an exclusive interview with one of the local dailies, Kinoti said his department will work tirelessly to ensure criminals and those who engages in theft of public money are sent to jail for many years.

    However, Kinoti lamented that the Judiciary is frustrating his efforts, and that “well-connected people are using the courts to stop investigations”.

    “The judges are giving all manner of orders to stop us from working. Cases are being dismissed on flimsy grounds and I keep asking myself for whom the Judiciary stands. Who stands for the common mwananchi when victims of crime are treated as villains?” Kinoti asked.

    He says he has “never” received a call from high office asking him to drop a case, “but emissaries have been sent here with money, lots of money, and I told them off”.

    Trained in the UK, Israel, Sweden, the US and France, among other countries, Mr Kinoti holds a Master’s degree in security management.

    In 2019, he will be the man to watch as the hearings of the cases he is investigating start in court.

    The Kenyan DAILY POST

    0 0

    Wednesday, December 26, 2018- Citizen TV news anchor, Lilian Muli, had a Christmas from hell after she broke up with her wealthy baby daddy, Jared Nevaton Ombongi.

    On Christmas Eve, the screen siren took to Instagram to declare herself single claiming that Jared is a liar, manipulator and the coup de grace, community husband.

    “Holidays folks. I’m officially single and will now focus on raising my boys. Nobody should ever tag me in posts about Jared Ombongi who has previously been associated with me I disassociate myself from such links from today. As politicians say “I would rather die” than be linked to a polygamist! Narcissism is real.

    “Stay woke. I speak out because no one will ever embarrass me again. People ask why put your stuff out there? Well it’s because next time you see Mr Community husband don’t give him the credit of saying that’s Lillian’s man." her post read.

    Mr. Jared who is a shadowy businessman and owner of Kisii based Football Club Shabana FC has allegedly hit back describing Lilian as a Jealous woman who could add  nothing to the table other than walking naked in the house.

     "She was always on my phone. Wanted to know everything. She was just simply jealous and that couldn't work between us. Am happy that it has ended.

    "She could add nothing to the table other than walking naked in our house. She also had multiple boyfriends the reason I could not continue being in the relationship." Jared is quoted as saying.

    The couple met in 2014 after Lilian’s marriage with Moses Kanene was on the rocks and have been dating since.

    In June 2018 they were blessed with a baby boy called Liam with the pregnancy highly publicised.

    In November, they both graced a fundraiser for Shabana FC where they jointly donated Sh200, 000 for the struggling outfit.

    The Kenyan DAILY POST.

    0 0


    Lillian Muli is the reason why Kenyan men say #WomenAreTrash . She's the epitome of the Maina Kageni-induced pop culture where he has been promoting affairs between young girls and married men.

    All Kenyan women have their heads in the gutter and warped priorities. This is a girl who at the prime of her youth, had the whole world ahead of her. But as fate would have it, she was given everything else apart from a functional brain.

    Being rural-bred and suffering from low self-esteem issues, Muli's grandest aspiration was to drive a car and live in an upmarket apartment. And true to it, her wishes were granted.

    As other women are pairing with their men to make generational wealth (like the Bonfire couple), Lillian got what she wanted in those simple trappings of life.

    Now she's looking at her diminished value, wasted years and tired ass and regretting at the wasted opportunity. All the cool dudes she turned away, and who are now swimming in mad chums, successful in their own right.

    There is no shortcut ladies. There is no free lunch. You have to grind with your man from Day 1. Even Muhoho Kenyatta (Uhuru's brother) married Erica Kanja, a daughter of Nairobi's biggest landlord who own prime properties like Galleria Mall. Money meets money. You think Muhoho can end up with a ratchet mashinani chic like Betty Kyallo just because she's a "celeb" ? No way.

    Uhuru himself married a daughter of a diplomat. You think he'd have ended up with just another Chic from the ghetto like that? Impossible. And those are the marriage dynamics. Upper class don't want to taint their lineage with ghetto blood.

    Old money marries amongst their networks. If you aspire to enter that social class, you need to build your own empire with your dude. Hakuna shortcut.

    To the young ladies out there, don't be the next Lillian Muli. Don't impose some delusional aspirations on yourself just because you saw some confused socialites stuntin on the gram.

    As usual, my mantra to men remains. Resist any chic over-27. These bitches are fucked in the head. Very confused. It's not a coincidence that they're that age and single. It's reflective of their incapability of thinking and strategizing. Hawajui kuchora. Na kushikana na mmoja ni stress tupu. It's like they're waiting for some knight in shining armor to drop down from heaven in a chariot and sweep them off their feet. Ni kusoma those Cinderella stories too much wakiwa watoto.

    Kazi ile wanajua sana ni ku-abort watoi pale Marie Stoppes. Ndio maana hawawezi zaa. System iliharibika.

    The Kenyan DAILY POST

    0 0

    Wednesday, 26 December 2018-Here’s a must read piece by Cyprian Nyakundi revealing how feminists like the famous former  radio girl ,Caroline Mutoko,  poisoned young ladies and misled them with “Never settle for Less” narrative.

    Lillian Muli is a victim of this narrative.

    “Never Settle For Less”

    I'm sure you've heard these words from prominent feminist Caroline Mutoko. I'm sure you've also seen such commentary from Instagram influencers who post seductive photos to fuck your minds, but put captions which totally contradict the photo itself.

    I mean if you're going to post a thirst-trap, accompany it with a befitting caption. Like “I feel like getting some dick tonight” . Not showing us your ass and then captioning with “this year, I won't settle for less.”

    To understand Caroline Mutoko's context, “less” is euphemism for money. So not settling for less is inversely-proportional to telling our young innocent ladies to not entertain broke men.

    In Kenya, the system is wired to suppress the young man. It's almost like he's an endangered species. From employment opportunities, to loans, to the sexual dynamics, the young man is dealing with multiple enemies. So it goes without saying that the only well-to-do people with money are older married men. So essentially Mutoko was saying that it's ok to date a married man because it aligns with the construct of not settling for less.

    Caroline Mutoko's narrative was sponsored by old men who have continued to benefit from this structural imbalance. With a pool of young men unable to compete with the delusions of young women, they have continued to access the best and youngest pussy in Nairobi, tainting these girl's minds with fantasies which push them away from marriage life.

    The people with money in Nairobi like Uhuru lackey Stanley Kinyanjui of Magnate Ventures are always surrounded by a bevy of beauties. But he's such an asshole, he can never uplift a young man with an idea. Because he wants to maintain his position as the only guy with money, the much he can do to a young man is buy you alcohol and steal your ideas.

    Sometimes when I'm watching this Lion's Den show, I see brilliant ideas which need a small lift of Kshs. 1 million. But a man-whore like Stanley Kinyanjui would rather furnish his side-bitch's house with the same amount of money, than uplift a young man and incubate his idea. Very stupid people. They all reason like the dumbest man of them all, Uhuru Kenyatta. That's why they all adore him (almost sucking his dick) because he espouses the stupidity that they all aspire to possess.

    And that's Nairobi for you. These old assholes can only give you a hand-out, not a hand-up. Crappy bastards like Peter Kenneth cannot show you a single person they've mentored. While in America, we see someone like P Diddy has brought a lot of people in the game, like French Montana, etc.

    So to continue benefiting from this skewed sexual matrix, and with agents like Caroline Mutoko spreading their gospel, these old cunts continue to suppress young men. They want to continue fucking tight pussy and have their egos massaged as the guys with cash.

    So when you hear such words from Instagram influencers, she's simply saying that she's only giving out her body to the highest bidder. All this messaging emanated from none other than Caroline Mutoko, a woman who has wasted an entire generation of women by poisoning their minds with a lot of anti-male rhetoric.

    Lillian Muli is one of her many guinea pigs who have failed in this experiment. She's a casualty of war. She has witnessed first hand that chasing money over substance is vanity. More casualties on the way.

    The Kenyan DAILY  POST

    0 0

    Wednesday, December 26, 2018-This slay queen almost went nuts outside Club Tribeka in Nairobi's  CBD after taking too many for the road.

    She started misbehaving and causing drama infront of  other merry-makers .

    These are the ladies men take advantage of and take them home for sex without their knowledge.

    They wake up in the morning with strange men by their side and they can’t even recall how they got there.

    Watch this video.

    The Kenyan DAILY POST

    0 0

    Finding ways to earn money online can be challenging. So many “too good to be true” opportunities online are overhyped, or worse, outright scams. Many illegitimate sites offer unrealistic profits for hardly any work. These sort of promises should ring warning bells right away. The cold hard truth is that there’s no “easy money” online.

    A good first step is to try and make sure that whichever site you choose to do business with has a good reputation. It’s pointless proceeding with time and effort without knowing you will be paid! So make sure you check out reviews, user comments and the history of the company.

    Hopefully, your searches reveal the company to be established and reputable. From that point, it’s all about deciding whether you have what it takes to succeed and start making money with their opportunity.

    Look at your particular skill-set and see if matches up with what’s required. A plus would be if you find the particular tasks enjoyable. This brings passion to the project, and, most of the time passion leads to profits!

    It can be intimidating sifting through the options, but here are a few of the most popular:

    - Reviews: Many companies are hungry for online reviews of their products and are willing to pay for them. The downside is that your payment may well be in merchandise, not money.

    - Youtube: An exuberant personality, plenty of free time, some basic video editing skills and an original idea are required to turn a profit at this popular video sharing site.

    - Ebooks: Publishing an Ebook can be very profitable. The obvious problem most people face is that the creativity needed to offer something unique is limited to only a few individuals. If you are one of those blessed writers, then this could well be your answer.

    - Affiliate Marketing: Most of them pay a percentage of each product sold to clients you refer. A top quality product is suggested to entice return customers. Cheap, low-quality items are a bad idea because of the high volumes needed and lack of repeat buyers.

    - Sell products online: There are a few online sites where buying and selling can be lucrative. Of course what’s needed is expert knowledge of the items. eBay is an option, but it can be risky and capital intensive.

    - Sports betting: Sports betting is one of the few forms of gambling where knowledge can lead to profit. Often dismissed unjustly, betting on sport is a way ardent sports fans can use statistics and local information to gain an edge over bookmakers.

    Do you have a favourite sport and find yourself very often choosing the correct result on matches?

    Well, if you are dedicated and level-headed you might be able to profit handsomely from beating the odds. With the possibility of massive rewards, the risks could well be worth it.

    There are tons of sports betting sites available to keen players. The pitfalls are that many of these sites are “fly-by-night” operations with terrible track records. Nightmare stories abound online of punters winning large sums of money, only to encounter problems when trying to collect.

    So, finding an online betting site that’s well established, with great reviews is the first step. One such site is 1xBet, a leader in the sports betting industry. Recent winners of the SBC “Rising Star in Sports Betting Innovation”, 1xBet is a trusted brand with fantastic odds, betting options and customer service.

    Boasting unlimited payouts and incredible promotions, it’s tough to fault 1xBet as a first choice.


    Early on it’s apparent that the site is very user-friendly. Registering is far quicker and simpler than many other betting sites. On the top right-hand corner of the landing page, there's a green registration button. Once you click on this, you can be a registered player in mere seconds with 1xBet’s unique “one-click” registration option.

    On hand 24/7 is the customer support team should you need help.

    1xBet has everything players could possibly want. Not only is it a world-renowned sportsbook, but there is also a casino and live casino. With thousands of slots and table games, the casino is a fun place to spend some free time. With vivid realism, the live casino is an experience well worth trying.

    Let’s focus on the sportsbook though. After all, that’s where sports fans can finally profit out of their knowledge!

    The sportsbook at 1xBet has an astounding 90 plus sports on offer. In fact, it can be intimidating at first, but navigating to find your selected market is actually very easy.

    Everything is offered, from major events to club league matches. Over 4500 betting markets with 2000+ live events are at your fingertips.

    Best of all, there are over 10 000 live streams every day, meaning you never have to miss watching the action.

    The cherries on top are the fantastic promotions at 1xBet. Taking advantage of offers like these can see your profits gain a substantial boost:

    - 1st Deposit Bonus: A warm welcome with a 200% bonus on your first deposit (up to €100).

    - Lucky Friday Bonus: Your Friday deposit will be matched with 100% (up to €100).

    - X2 Wednesday Bonus– After participation in The Lucky Friday Bonus, you’ll be eligible for more of the same on the next Wednesday!

    - UEFA Champions League ‘19 Lottery: Results prediction game with the winner driving away in a brand new Aston Martin.

    - Daily Tournament: Leaderboard game where players can win massive prizes simply by playing great games.

    - Lucky Day: 50 000 promo points are up for grabs each day in this exciting raffle!

    - VIP Cash Back Bonus– Amazing cash back rewards are featured in this loyalty program.

    - Birthday Bonus– A birthday surprise for selected active players.

    - Accass Battler– Each month, one lucky player wins a brand new car!

    - Beat 1xBet– A race against the clock where players can win 100€ by playing the selected games within a 24-hour timeframe.

    There are also popular Daily Jackpots, together with many other periodic promotions and giveaways.

    Boosting your bankroll by taking advantage of these offers is definitely the smart play.

    Currencies and security

    Players are spoilt for choice with a massive selection of crypto and fiat currencies available. There are also tons of deposit and withdrawal options available. SSL encryption is used to keep all transactions secure and private.

    Start earning today!

    Turn over a new leaf today! Choose your method of making money online and begin your journey!

    Registering at 1xBet is clearly the top decision if you have a knowledge of sports.

    With unbelievable special offers and brilliant odds, 1xBet is the best chance savvy sports fans have of winning big!

    0 0

    Mercy Corps is looking for committed and dynamic individual to take up the following position:

    Position: Deputy Team Lead

    Location: Mombasa County

    This position is contingent upon receipt of funding and donor approval.

    Mercy Corps is a leading global organization powered by the belief that a better world is possible. In disaster, in hardship, in more than 40 countries around the world, we partner to put bold solutions into action — helping people triumph over adversity and build stronger communities from within.

    Now, and for the future.

    Mercy Corps began working in Kenya in 2008 to address the societal wounds following the 2007 post-election violence. Since that time, Mercy Corps has built a robust and diverse portfolio in Kenya that is working to address structural causes of poverty and injustice and to strengthen systems that enable men, women and children to access opportunities, participate in and contribute to peaceful democratic processes, and thrive in the face of ecological and social change.

    To do this, we deliver integrated programming to strengthen market and governance systems, address the root causes of conflict, and equip vulnerable populations- in particular youth, women, adolescents and marginalized social groups- with the skills, opportunities and resources they need to be healthy, productive and to drive the development of their communities.

    We work closely with the private sector, civil society and governance structures at local and national levels to facilitate change and ensure that opportunities are inclusive of all Kenyans.

    Program / Department Summary: Mercy Corps seeks to implement a multi-year, 12 million GBP program funded by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office through the Conflict, Stability and Security Fund (CSSF).

    Building Resilience in Civil Society (BRICS II) will engage local and national government, local civil society organizations and communities to mitigate the drivers, enablers and narratives of violent extremism in East Africa through support to policy initiatives, community engagement, and support to national civil society organizations in order to prevent the recruitment of vulnerable individuals by violent extremist organizations.

    The program will work primarily in Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Mozambique and Uganda, through strategies adapted to the context and opportunities in each country to advance research, legislation and field implementation of activities.

    General Position Summary: The Deputy Team Lead will be responsible for coordinating the delivery of community-level activities within Kenya. S/he will identify and engage with local partners to build their capacity to deliver community-based interventions to strengthen individual and community resilience to violence.

    S/he will drive the community engagement strategy for Kenya, linking interventions undertaken by CBO partners to the overall strategic framework and theory of change of the program. The Deputy Team Lead will be a key member of the program management team, and will work with other technical sector leads to ensure that community-level interventions, government policies, and research are delivered in a complementary and mutually-reinforcing way to achieve maximum impact.

    Essential Job Functions:

    Strategy and Vision

    ·         Play a key role in developing the program strategy and direction by prioritizing and organizing actions and resources to achieve objectives.

    ·         Contribute to shaping the project’s research and influencing agenda, working with the Research and Advocacy Leads to integrate and advance research, learning and advocacy in order to deepen the contextual understanding of violent extremism drivers in Kenya and effective strategies to prevent the recruitment of vulnerable individuals into violent extremist organizations.

    ·         Recognize opportunities for innovative action and create an environment where alternative viewpoints are welcomed.

    Program Management

    ·         Provide leadership and strategic vision to the program team including work plan development, partnership selection and management, and stakeholder engagement.

    ·         Manage and oversee program activities in Kenya working in close collaboration with key project stakeholders, including local government officials, community-based organizations, researchers and other implementing agencies on the ground.

    ·         Lead in the structuring of partner roles and responsibilities, oversee their activities and provide continuous technical support as required.

    ·         Engage with key partners and policy makers to influence policies and issues relating to Countering Violent Extremism (CVE), peace building and conflict prevention.

    ·         Engage stakeholders at the community level on action planning and developing strategies in support of CVE programming activities, ensuring that program strategies are driven by and aligned with community priorities.

    ·         Ensure program implementation is on time, target and budget, using effective M&E systems to reach desired impacts.

    ·         Promote learning and knowledge management through documentation and knowledge sharing around best practices and lessons learned.

    Team Management

    ·         Supervise and support field teams in the development and execution of program activities, monitoring, evaluation and reporting requirements.

    ·         Support program staff to understand and implement best practices for peacebuilding/conflict mitigation programming and to incorporate best practices throughout the program cycle.

    ·         Promote accountability, communicate expectations and provide constructive feedback to staff through regular coaching and annual performance reviews, and ensure that supervisory staff do the same in a timely manner. Implement, and ensure all staff are effectively using, the performance planning and management system, establishing performance expectations and regularly providing constructive feedback.

    ·         Oversee performance of consortium partners and sub-grantees, and provide team members and implementing partners with information, tools and other resources to improve performance & reach objectives.

    ·         Regularly coordinate with project staff and support departments to ensure smooth planning, preparation, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation of program activities.

    ·         Create and sustain a work environment of mutual respect where participating team members – including local partners’ leads and field agents – strive to achieve excellence.

    ·         Contribute to country team-building efforts, help team members identify problem solving options and ensure the integration of all team members into relevant decision-making processes.

    ·         Monitor adherence to grant agreement, Mercy Corps policies and procedures and relevant external rules and regulations.

    Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) and Reporting

    ·         Work closely with the project M&E Manager to ensure that effective M&E systems and processes are embedded within the program implementation unit and that data is collected, analyzed, and used to inform ongoing adaptation of program strategies and delivery approaches.

    ·         Assess and analyze impact and adaptively manage the project to meet results.

    ·         Oversee the scheduling and production of formal and informal reports and work plans on all aspects of Kenya program delivery in a timely and efficient manner.

    Training and Capacity Building

    ·         Lead conflict sensitivity training for Mercy Corps staff and local partners and continuously review the program activities to ensure no harm is being done.

    ·         Enhance the project teams’ capacity by designing and leading technical training sessions for Mercy Corps staff and local partners and providing ongoing coaching and mentoring.

    ·         Promote active learning and adaptive management, and contribute to agency-level networks and working groups, through documentation and knowledge sharing around best practices and lessons learned in CVE programming.

    Supervisory Responsibility: Field team members in Mombasa, Kilifi and Kwale counties


    Reports Directly to: Team Lead

    Works Directly with: Team Lead, Research Coordinator, Policy and Advocacy Director, MEL Manager, Finance and Sub-Grants Manager, local and national government officials, local civil society organizations, implementing partners and communities.

    Knowledge and Experience:

    ·         Master’s degree in Peace Building and Conflict Resolution or related discipline.

    ·         At least 5 years’ experience working on Countering Violent Extremism programming, conflict mitigation and resolution, and/or violence reduction and prevention programs.

    ·         Solutions-oriented individual, with strong strategic thinking capabilities.

    ·         Demonstrated effectiveness managing a diverse team of staff, consortium partners and local implementing partners, building a cohesive and results-oriented team to deliver on complex programming result.

    ·         Experience working with a diverse range of community members to discuss sensitive and delicate topics in a conflict-sensitive manner.

    ·         Excellent writing and reporting skills.

    ·         Excellent verbal and inter-personal communications skills.

    ·         Demonstrated sensitivity, skill, and experience working within different cultural settings and navigating public affairs and communications on sensitive issues.

    Success Factors:

    The successful candidate will have strong leadership skills as demonstrated by the ability to lead a diverse team to work together to achieve program objectives related to complex and sensitive issues related to security, violence preventions and vulnerable groups.

    S/he will demonstrate strong interpersonal and cross-cultural communication skills and be committed to the values and mission of Mercy Corps. S/he will take initiative and contribute to team efforts, as well as demonstrate an ability to communicate, assume leadership, and make solid decisions while working remotely from country leadership.

    Application Procedure:

    Interested candidates who meet the above required qualifications and experience should submit a Cover Letter and detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) listing three professional references (including a recent supervisor) to on or before 7th January, 2019.

    The email subject line must clearly show the job title and location they are applying for.

    Applications without an appropriate subject heading will be automatically disqualified. Please do not attach any certificates.

    Position: Regional Market Systems Development (MSD) Advisor Africa

    Location: Nairobi County

    Mercy Corps is a leading global organization powered by the belief that a better world is possible. In disaster, in hardship, in more than 40 countries around the world, we partner to put bold solutions into action — helping people triumph over adversity and build stronger communities from within.

    Now, and for the future.

    Program / Department Summary: Mercy Corps is currently operational in 17 countries in Africa including Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Liberia, Libya, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Tunisia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, South Sudan, Sudan, Somalia, Zimbabwe, Tanzania and Zambia. Mercy Corps’ country programs in Africa face momentous humanitarian crises and significant development challenges, and operate in fragile and conflict-affected areas, displacement settings, emergency responses, as well as more stable developed settings.

    Against this backdrop Mercy Corps’ focus in Africa has been in promoting good governance and conflict resolution, enhancing resilience, facilitating market systems, access to finance and economic opportunities, as well as youth employment and empowerment.

    It is imperative that Mercy Corps presents itself as a key and credible partner with the many donors, government authorities and civil society actors in order to contribute to the process of positive change across the continent. Mercy Corps looks to actively engage and partner with an ever-growing and innovative African private sector to achieve greater and sustained impact.

    General Position Summary: Mercy Corps is seeking an experienced and field-tested Africa Regional Advisor for Market Systems Development (MSD) to support and grow our regional capacity to design, deliver and learn from a portfolio of high quality and impactful market/economic recovery and development programs.

    The Advisor will provide strategic, evidence-based MSD technical support to country teams in multiple contexts, with a strong focus on enabling programs to integrate market-driven approaches into humanitarian and complex crisis settings, while ultimately strengthening individual, household and community resilience.

    S/he will build out a wider system of global, regional and country-level support and expertise through a robust Africa-focused Community of Practice and employ a flexible, adaptive approach to the agency’s MSD work that builds on local capacities of teams, partners and communities, and uses our resilience lens and contextual analysis to address changing risks or vulnerabilities.

    Mercy Corps’ MSD programs are implemented through multiple sectors, including Agriculture, Livestock, Employment, Energy, Financial Services, and Water. The Advisor will work seamlessly within agency matrixed teams to plan for and deliver the optimal level of support to field programs for increased quality and impact, using multiple sectoral entry points, to achieve our desired long-term results.

    For the full job description and application procedure visit the following link:

    0 0

    Nutrition International (NI)

    Program Officer, Behavior Change Interventions – Kenya Office

    Location: Nairobi

    Background: Nutrition International (NI), formerly the Micronutrient Initiative, is a Canadian-based international non-governmental organization (NGO) dedicated to improving the health and nutrition of the world’s most vulnerable; especially women and children.

    Nutrition International, Kenya, is adopting a Direct Funding Model for implementation of the Right Start program in 10 counties namely; Kajiado, Nandi, Nakuru, Vihiga, Busia, Muranga, Embu, Kiambu, Makueni and Kitui.

    The Behavior Change Interventions (BCI) Officer will be responsible for ensuring timely implementation and prompt reporting of BCI related program activities at county level. He/she will work closely with SPO to plan and implement BCI in collaborating with counties and stakeholders at the community level.

    Specifically, the officer will ensure evidence-based BCI approaches are adopted in project design and plans for all counties, coordinate implementation and monitoring of the Right Start BCI Strategy.

    She/he will provide technical assistance and capacity building to local actors (health manager, health workers and community service providers) in the counties to implement activities in line with the BCI strategy. She/he will design/update training tools and support training-of-trainers (TOT) to cascade training at county level, establish cost effective partnerships with regional and community mass media entities, information dissemination and community nutrition education.

    The officer will also revise/reproduce BCI materials and disseminate to counties, monitor coverage and document emerging communication/information needs from to inform response planning.

    Key Duties and Responsibilities:

    Technical Assistance and Capacity Building

    ·         Provide technical leadership and support to counties during project planning to ensure evidence based comprehensive BCI approaches are incorporated in the overall program

    ·         Develop and implement a capacity building plan to improve BCI skills of program personnel at county level

    ·         Continuously review program strategic approaches and make viable recommendations/cost-effective solutions on community strategies, approaches and methods in the areas of participatory engagement, social mobilization and behavior change and on appropriate materials and media to reach target audiences

    ·         Work with program teams to adopt the Anzilisha social, behavior change communication (SBCC) strategy, materials and tools to approaches related to interpersonal, small group, community mobilization and mass media interventions to promote utilization of services

    ·         Provide effective coordination and technical support to county government counterparts, NI county coordinators and other partners in the counties and sub counties to implement and monitor outcomes of BCI activities

    ·         Together with government counterparts, partners and program team, lead the identification, production and/or adaptation of related job aids, or promotional materials related to nutrition and health and ensure dissemination is done to appropriate service delivery points

    Monitoring, Reporting and Documentation

    ·         Monitor BCI program outputs and ensure timely, accurate, and appropriate reporting of activities in the monthly, quarterly and annual progress reports

    ·         Participate in periodic NI assessments by providing feedback from collected information on NI interests that is not routinely collected using the Kenya Health Information System.

    ·         Participate in preparation of narrative reports for donor reporting as required, ensuring these are of high quality and submitted for review in a timely manner. This will involve compilation of information from MOH partners and county coordinators by working closely with the SPOS and the

    Monitoring & Reporting team

    ·         Promote, guide and support documentation and dissemination of best practices among project teams and partners. This includes preparation of presentations, briefs and articles for presentations

    ·         Participate in supervisory site visits to counties as may be required, documenting the process, output and action points for program improvement.

    Coordination, Partnership and Communication

    ·         Represent NI in relevant internal and external fora including national technical working group meetings Advocacy fora, Social Mobilization and Communication team meetings at national and county level (as appropriate)

    ·         Represent NI in partner meetings at national and county level as delegated from time to time

    ·         Foster partnerships with other stakeholders at county and national levels

    ·         Promote NI visibility in every forum.

    Supervisory Responsibilities: None

    Education / Professional Designations / Experience:

    ·         Master’s degree in one of the following or related fields: public health, health communications, behavioral sciences, health promotion, social sciences or community development with at least 5 years of relevant experience

    ·         Knowledge on application of theories of behavior change in programming

    ·         A good understanding of evidence based approaches in health communication

    ·         Knowledge of current debates and recommended approaches in health communication

    ·         Extensive experience designing, managing, and evaluating culturally-sensitive behavior change components of public health and/or nutrition programs

    ·         Experienced in training needs assessment, learning module/curriculum development and facilitation skills

    ·         Familiarity with the principles and approaches in community mobilization and the application of information technology in development programs and well versed with Kenya’s health system

    ·         Experience in working in diverse cultural background

    ·         Experience in community entry approaches and engagement, and implementing partners’ management coordination skills

    ·         Demonstrated success in planning, facilitation, and management of events including stakeholder/audience consultation workshops, materials/product pretesting activities, focus groups, meetings, conferences, and program launches

    Language Skills: Proficiency in English and Swahili Language

    Travel Requirements: Official travel within Kenya and occasionally other countries to be authorized when need arises.

    Other Specific Skill Requirements:

    ·         Strong leadership and negotiating skills

    ·         Excellent communication, presentation and reporting skills

    ·         Excellent interpersonal skills

    ·         Discretion

    ·         Integrity

    To apply for this position please log into

    Program Officer, Monitoring and Evaluation – Kenya Office

    Location: Nairobi

    Background: Nutrition International (NI), formerly the Micronutrient Initiative, is a Canadian-based international non-governmental organization (NGO) dedicated to improving the health and nutrition of the world’s most vulnerable; especially women and children.

    Nutrition International, Kenya, is adopting a Direct Funding Model for implementation of the Right Start program in 10 counties namely; Kajiado, Nandi, Nakuru, Vihiga, Busia, Muranga, Embu, Kiambu, Makueni and Kitui.

    The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will provide technical oversight and support to counties in the development and implementation of Monitoring and Evaluation frameworks.

    The officer will ensure effective monitoring and evaluation concepts and tools are included in program design and plans for counties, provide technical support to implementation of quality data management systems, routine monitoring of program outputs, and reporting of the Right Start and Child Survival interventions in the 10 counties.

    Specifically, the officer will; design and Implement monitoring and evaluation tools, in line with county level monitoring systems; oversee program information management; conduct capacity development in M&E for responsible county officials and NI Kenya staff; data quality assurance; reporting and documentation.

    Key Duties and Responsibilities:

    Design and Implement Monitoring and Evaluation System

    ·         With support from the Regional Monitoring and reporting team, lead the development and implementation M&E system for the Kenya Program, ensuring all the programs have detailed monitoring plans, tools for data aggregation and analysis, quality data is generated and reported in a timely manner.

    ·         Provide technical support to program staff, and County officials in implementing the program M&E framework, as well as utilization of data for program improvement

    ·         Liaise with county officials, County Program Coordinators (CPCs) and Program Officers to collect and analyze data and to determine progress achieved.

    Program Information Management

    ·         Track Program output and outcome level results on regular basis in close coordination with County/Sub County Health and Records Information (C/SCHRIO) and program implementing team

    ·         In liaison with CHRIO, follow up to ensure constant availability of approved standardized tools by health facilities in accordance with MOH guidelines

    ·         Coordinate collection, collation and verification of program activity data from the counties as stipulated in the M&E plan

    ·         Manage program data-books/database.

    Capacity Development in M&E

    ·         Enhance capacities of County and Sub-County teams as well as NI program staff including county coordinators on M&E planning and implementation, reporting requirements, indictor definition, and use of data tools through formal and on-job-training approaches

    ·         Strengthen the Capacity of CHMTs and SCHMTs in ensuring generation of quality data through DHIS and other supplementary data generation systems as stipulated in the monitoring plan and facilitate utilization of the data for decision making

    Quality Assurance

    ·         Ensure county reports are complete and meet NI quality requirements

    ·         Lead routine data quality assessments (DQAs) in collaboration with CHRIOs and ensure development and implementation of data quality improvement plans

    ·         Prepare monitoring field visit plans and conduct monitoring visits to the counties as and when required

    Reporting and Documentation

    ·         Assist program team to prepare donor reports by providing M&E related information

    ·         Work closely with the program team to ensure that lessons learned from program evaluations and assessments are documented properly

    ·         Contribute to development of relevant of knowledge products

    Representation of NI

    ·         Represent NI in relevant internal and external fora including M&E TWGs and other stakeholder fora at national and county level

    ·         Represent NI in partner meetings at national and county level as delegated from time to time

    ·         Foster partnerships with other stakeholders at county and national levels

    ·         Promote NI visibility in every forum

    Supervisory Responsibilities: None

    Education / Professional Designations / Experience:

    ·         MS/MA/MPH in relevant field with 3-5 years’ experience or BS/BA in relevant field with 5-7 years’ experience in monitoring and evaluation within health and development projects, preferably RMNCH.

    ·         Excellent computing skills including Microsoft Office Suite

    ·         Specific proficiency in excel and access

    ·         Knowledge of common statistical software packages, health information technologies, software applications, as well as web technologies including DHIS 2.

    ·         Experience in quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis

    ·         Well versed with Kenya’s health system

    Language Skills: Proficiency in English and Swahili Language

    Travel Requirements: Official travel within Kenya and occasionally other countries to be authorized when need arises

    Other Specific Skill Requirements:

    ·         Excellent report writing and oral presentation skills

    ·         Demonstrable project management skills

    ·         Proficiency in data management

    ·         Good interpersonal and team work skills

    ·         Excellent communication, interpersonal, writing and oral presentation skills

    To apply for this position please log into

    Nutrition International is committed to an inclusive, barrier-free work environment and encourages applications from all qualified individuals.

    Interested candidates should submit their applications by 31st December, 2018.

    We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those chosen to participate in the interview process will be contacted.

    0 0

    Food for the Hungry – Kenya is a Christian relief and development agency seeks to fill the following vacant position:

    Job Title: HIV / AIDs Project Officer

    Department: Programs Department

    Location: Marsabit

    Reports To: Cluster Manager

    Application deadline: 11th January 2019


    At Food for the Hungry, we operate under a set of guiding principles we call “The Heartbeat.” This includes our Values, Vision, and Purpose, which serve as the explanation of who we are and how we work as an organization. Together we follow God’s call responding to human suffering and graduating communities from extreme poverty.


    To spearhead achievement of project goals by working with the government and relevant stakeholders, leading in planning, coordination, implementation, reporting, and supervising of HIV care and treatment within the provided guidelines.


    Key Result #1: Project Implementation

    1. Review and update detailed implementation work plan
    2. Increase CHVs, peer educators and community awareness on HIV prevention, HIV testing and care services
    3. Engage community to enhance disclosure, psychosocial support and adherence and defaulter tracing in the community
    4. Conduct support group meetings for PLWHA, children care givers, women and men
    5. Capacity build CHVs on HCBC and support them to provide adherence counseling, defaulter tracing and treatment literacy to PLWHA

    Key Result#2: Project Monitoring and Reporting

    1. Coordinate data collection in line with project needs
    2. Prepare and submit quality reports in line with donor and FH guidelines
    3. Plan and prepare monitoring visits to health facilities and community units
    4. Coordinate and participate in data quality assessments

    Key Result #3: collaboration & program budget

    1. Hold sensitization, quarterly and semester review meetings with health facilities County officials and other stakeholders
    2. Develop and maintain collaboration, networking and partnership with other stakeholders and government line ministries
    3. Work with the Cluster manager to oversee correct budget expenditure


    ·         Vibrant personal relationship with Jesus Christ and commitment to serving the poor in line with FH Christian foundation and beliefs

    ·         should be a strong team player and have ability to work with teams

    ·         Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to build strong relationships with local communities, partners and government authorities.

    ·         Excellent communications skills – both oral and written

    ·         Highly motivated, self-starter able to work on own initiative in difficult conditions

    ·         Proficiency in computer skills is a must

    ·         Proven field based knowledge and experience in HIV and AIDS related program

    ·         Knowledge of Management of HIV&AIDS


    ·         First Degree (Bachelors) in Sociology, Social Work, Community Work, Counseling, Public health or equivalent plus 3 years of NGO Project in HIV field implementation


    ·         Proficiency in spoken and written English and Kiswahili.

    Job Title: Monitoring & Evaluation Assistant

    Department: Programs & M&E

    Location: Marsabit

    Reports To: HIV Project officer

    Application closing date: 11th January 2019


    At Food for the Hungry, we operate under a set of guiding principles we call “The Heartbeat.” This includes our Values, Vision, and Purpose, which serve as the explanation of who we are and how we work as an organization. Together we follow God’s call responding to human suffering and graduating communities from extreme poverty.


    To support HIV project in FH Kenya through development of relevant tools, implementation and monitoring to provide information relating to progress towards achieving the set program goals.


    Key result # 1 – Monitoring and evaluation needs assessment

    1. Determine information needs of the project
    2. Identify M&E project needs for support.
    3. Identify and design performance questions, key indicators and targets for the project component.

    Key result # 2 – Data management and reporting

    1. Collect, compile and analyze data and reports and create consolidated progress reports.
    2. Support establishment of data collection systems within programs when requested and review existing data collection tools on a regular basis.
    3. Review monitoring reports and assess interim impacts and causes of potential bottlenecks in implementation.
    4. Support teams review and reflect on project implementation processes to enhance learning and replication of best practices
    5. Support staffs to comply with set M&E systems.

    Key result # 3: M&E information sharing

    1. Provide training on M&E and facilitate M&E design and implementation processes with implementing partners and primary stakeholders.
    2. Provide support to implement the M&E plan, revise and update performance questions, indicators, methods, formats and analytical processes.
    3. Verify performance information provided by program teams to ensure accuracy
    4. Enhance community M&E mechanisms/structures through participatory processes
    5. Follow up on project quality implementation through regular project field visits


    ·         Vibrant personal relationship with Jesus Christ and commitment to serving the poor in line with FH Christian foundation and beliefs

    ·         Experience in research and community participatory methodologies especially in HIV

    ·         Strong facilitation skills

    ·         Strong analytical and report writing skills

    ·         Good understanding of project planning, implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation processes.

    ·         Good contextual knowledge of local issues, community priorities, organizational relationships, social and cultural constraints and realities, and environmental condition.

    ·         Knowledge of statistical computer packages e.g. SPSS, STATA, EPI-INFO etc.

    ·         Knowledge on GIS is an added advantage and excellent written, verbal and presentation communication skills.

    ·         Proficient in MS Office Suite and highly organized and able to multitask.


    A Diploma – in Monitoring and Evaluation, Health Records, Social Science, Statistics, project management, community development or a related field, and at least two years, experience in an NGO set up.


    Proficiency in spoken and written English and Kiswahili.

    How to Apply

    Interested and qualified candidates should send their applications (clearly indicating their current or expected salary), updated CV with three referees, day telephone contacts to: Human Resource Manager Email address: by close of business on 11th January 2019.

    This is an urgent position and shortlisting will be done as applications are received.


    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

    0 0

    RTI International is an independent organization dedicated to conducting innovative, multidisciplinary research that improves the human condition. With a worldwide staff of more than 4,000 people, RTI offers innovative research and development and a full spectrum of multidisciplinary services. Universities in North Carolina founded RTI in 1958 as a centerpiece of the Research Triangle Park.

    RTI is currently seeking to fill vacancies for the Kenya Crops & Dairy Market Systems (KCDMS) Activity which is part of the Feed the Future program, America’s initiative to combat global hunger and poverty.

    In this regard, USAID is partnering with RTI International on a 5-year cooperative agreement (KCDMS Activity) to help increase agricultural production and reduce poverty and malnutrition in Kenya. The project will also spur competitive, resilient market systems in Kenya’s horticulture and dairy sectors.

    We are currently seeking applications for the following positions:

    Grants Coordinators – Wote and Kisumu based

    (2 Positions for each location)

    The Grants Coordinators are responsible for the management of the KCDMS Grant Program in 12 counties of operations in Kenya.

    They will develop Request for Application (RFA) packages and manage the competitive selection process; Provide guidance and training to grantees; Perform pre-award surveys of potential grantees to assess financial, program, and organizational capabilities; Maintain grants information management system; Reconcile financial and technical reports; Conduct monitoring visits; and ensure all grants are closed out

    Key Responsibilities

    Pre-Award Management

    ·         Support in the various stages of the competitive selection process of grantees until completion

    ·         Carry out pre-award assessments for prospective grantees to assess financial, program, and organizational capabilities

    ·         Work with selected grantees to ensure budgets are in line with programmatic, cost and KCDMS project priorities

    ·         Prepare grant award documents for approval, this will include: grant agreements, budgets and negotiation memorandums

    Post-Award Management

    ·         Prepare cash requests for all grants ensuring amounts requested are reasonable and within approved budgets

    ·         Review financial reports from grantees to ensure financial compliance against approved grant budgets

    ·         Conduct regular disbursements and expenditure reconciliations with Finance Office to ensure grant and finance records are up to date

    ·         Conduct site visits and giving feedback to grantees as appropriate on areas that requires improvement in their systems and procedures

    ·         Track on a regular basis all questioned and disallowed costs and follow-up on resolution of the same

    ·         Identify grantee financial training needs and provide technical assistance where needed and assist in developing training materials and resources for RTI International

    ·         Maintain and update hard copy grant and work process files. The files should be clearly labelled and organized for ease of reference

    ·         Maintain the Concept note and business proposal (CNBP) tracker


    ·         Ensure that all project advances and commitments are liquidated, and outstanding advances cleared for all grants

    ·         Prepare relevant close-out documents for approval by the Grants Manager to include, close-out checklist, letters and modifications to de-obligate residual funds where applicable

    ·         Work with the grantees to ensure that all inventory/disposition documentation or in-kind acknowledgement forms are obtained on close-out of all grants as applicable

    ·         Ensure grantees submit final project reports and documents

    ·         Ensure that all grantees’ expenses are correctly coded for booking

    ·         Coordinate to ensure that grantees financial records are properly labeled and filed

    ·         Assist in review of grantees invoices/reports

    ·         Assist in ensuring that financial policy and procedures are followed by grantees

    ·         Carry out financial reviews for the grantees reports

    ·         Contribute to monitoring and evaluation, learning, and reporting and provide technical oversight and support all data tracking by the in M&E staff of the sub-grantees with particular attention to Grants Management

    ·         Contribute to Social Inclusion activities in line with Grants Management

    Any other duties as assigned


    ·         A university degree, in BCOM/ Business management. Master’s degree is an added advantage

    ·         Qualifications and/or experience in project accounting, audit and grants management

    ·         3 years professional experience in Grant Management, preferably with USAID

    ·         Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

    Finance Specialist

    Nairobi Based

    1 Position

    The Finance Specialist 1 is responsible for coordinating grants and accounting procedures of the KCDMS Activity.

    S/he supports the project by working closely with the Finance and Grants teams. S/he is aware of, and adheres to USAID’s and RTI’s financial, procurement and grants procedures. S/he will be expected to undertake other finance related activities within the department.

    Key Responsibilities

    Under the direction of the Senior Accountant, the Finance Specialist will:

    ·         Provides leadership to Grants management process and payables

    ·         Review expenses and reports before they are booked into QuickBooks

    ·         Respond to and perform audit functions for the grantees

    ·         Perform budget Vs expenses analysis

    ·         Any other duty as may be assigned


    ·         Master’s degree with at least 1-year relevant experience or Bachelor’s degree with at least 3 years’ experience

    ·         CPA qualification or equivalent required

    ·         Prior grants, audit and budget management experience is required

    ·         Project accounting, auditing and budget proposal preparation will be an added advantage

    How to Apply

    To apply, please email your cover letter and CV to by 28th December 2018.

    Applicants must include the POSITION TITLE and PREFERRED LOCATION in the subject line of the email.

    Please do not attach copies of certificates.

    We regret that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

    Please Note: RTI International does not use agents or require any form of payment in the recruitment process.

    We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V

    0 0
  • 12/26/18--00:00: NGO Jobs in Kenya - Jhpiego

  • Jhpiego is a nonprofit global leader in the creation and delivery of transformative health care solutions for the developing world. In partnership with national governments, health experts and local communities, we build health providers’ skills and we develop systems that save lives now and guarantee healthier futures for women and their families. Our aim is revolutionizing health care for the planet’s most disadvantaged people.

    Jhpiego is the lead implementing partner for Afya Kamilisha, a USAID-funded five-year project focused to support the GOK with HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment services in the focus counties of Kiambu, Embu, Meru, Tharaka Nithi, Murang’a, Nyandarua, Nyeri, Kitui and Kirinyaga. The project aims to increase utilization and quality of HIV prevention, care and treatment services towards meeting the 90-90-90 goal.

    We are seeking experienced individuals with excellent organizational and technical skills, who are team players, dedicated, hardworking, innovative, highly motivated and able to work in a high-pressure environment requiring multi-tasking abilities.

    ICT Assistant

    Reporting to the Information & Technology Officer and based in Juja, the ICT Assistant will assist in the development, deployment and user training on the Jhpiego Project Tracking Tool (JPTT).

    S/he will work with the Program Technology Officer and the IT Officer to offer support and operations to end users on JPTT and other desktop support roles.


    JPTT Support

    ·         Conduct JPTT user support and training.

    ·         First line helpdesk support to users and escalate technical issues as appropriate.

    ·         Assist in JPTT system documentation.

    ·         Assist in conducting intensive software testing and peer code review.

    ·         Update work plan budgets/make approved changes in JPTT.

    ·         Assist in expense/accruals reporting in JPTT.

    ·         Work with the Project teams and document gaps that requires the attention of the PTO – system requirements specifications.

    ·         Assist in mapping business processes for USAID/Afya Kamilisha project.

    User Support & Client Systems

    ·         Setup and management of desktops, laptops, printers and phone handsets.

    ·         Installation and maintenance of software on client systems.

    ·         Maintain system and configuration change documentation.

    ·         Management and operation of service desk system.

    ·         Provide support on LAN/WAN/VPN telephone or VoIP.

    ·         Knowledge management and knowledge sharing.

    ·         Provide support for Office 365 applications and continuous user support to ensure improved utilization.

    ·         Provision of Level 1 user support (diagnosis and resolution of basic desktop/laptop, printer, peripheral and software faults).

    ·         Escalation of service requests and follow up as necessary.

    Loaner Pool Management

    ·         Check in and check out of loaner IT equipment.

    ·         Ensure virus definitions, Microsoft and other software are up-to-date on loaner laptops.

    ·         Maintain schedule of issued loaner IT equipment.

    ·         Setup of loaner laptops.


    ·         Bachelor’s degree (BIT, MIS, Computer Science or related field).

    ·         CompTIA A+ Certification.

    ·         At least 1-year experience in a similar capacity.

    ·         Experience in software development processes and support.

    ·         Confident user of Windows Client & Server operating systems and common desktop applications (Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat, etc.).

    ·         Knowledge of computer operations, data analysis, database management, and technical support.

    ·         Understanding of client/server-based applications.

    ·         Good understanding of the principles of structured network cabling and the practicalities of connecting network devices.

    ·         Recognition of the function of basic network infrastructure such as routers and switches.

    ·         Understanding of the importance of documenting system configuration information.

    ·         Knowledge of international and USG donor agencies, and private sector foundations.

    ·         General knowledge of database applications, enterprise resource planning and inventory tracking systems.

    Program Officer – Environmental Compliance

    Reporting to the Health Systems Strengthening Advisor and based in Juja, the Program Officer – Environmental Compliance, will provide day-to-day implementation and oversight of environmental compliance across the Afya Kamilisha Program working closely with Jhpiego sub-contractor, Cloudburst Consulting Group.

    S/he will help ensure the program’s implementation of and compliance with the Environmental Mitigation and Monitoring Plan (EMMP).

    This includes, but is not limited to, administrative and technical duties pertaining to Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) and Health Care Waste Management (HCWM), data management, record keeping, scheduling for various EH&S/ HCWM trainings programs, and field verification inspections and incident response.


    ·         Coordinate and provide technical assistance, mentorship, coaching and/or on-the-job training to facility-based staff, MoH counterparts, and others as needed in order to facilitate effective implementation of the EMMP.

    ·         Coordinate environmental compliance-related capacity building sessions, scheduling, arranging, and record keeping on regular basis in line with National IPC guidelines.

    ·         Assist health facilities with the adoption and use of routine standard operating procedures job aids and other county documents on waste segregation and handwashing while availing them to all Afya Kamilisha-supported sites in collaboration with the MoH.

    ·         Ensure and maintain effective and consistent communication between Jhpiego and the sub-contractor, the Cloudburst Consulting Group, in support of EMMP implementation.

    ·         Schedule, organize and set up various institutional safety and compliance meetings, take minutes and ensure effective follow-up on decisions made.

    ·         Compile, prepare and provide project environmental compliance reports as necessary.

    ·         Contribute to the development, review and finalization of the progress reports for the funder and other program reports as required.

    ·         Communicate with Occupational Health to monitor injury cases, worker status (vaccinations, hospital acquired infections (HAIs) and lobby with the CHMT to achieve immunization coverage among health care workers.

    ·         Establish/revitalize facility-level IPC committees with clear TORs and support their functionality.

    ·         Filing and maintenance of various items – including training records, medical surveillance, certifications, permits, fees, accident reports, SDS’s, chemical inventory, etc.

    ·         Track and compile medical waste collection and treatment data for all counties.

    ·         Hazardous waste management including facilitating acquisition and documentation of incineration contracts for higher volume peripheral facilities.

    ·         Facility and equipment inspections including availing maintenance charts for incinerators and certification of biosafety cabinets/hoods.


    ·         Bachelor’s degree with clinical or public health background preferred.

    ·         3-5 years’ experience in the Environmental Health & Safety field, preferably in healthcare waste management.

    ·         Direct experience developing and delivering trainings in environmental compliance.

    ·         Experience with US government-funded programs is a plus.

    ·         Highly organized with the ability to prioritize multiple responsibilities.

    ·         Proactive, self-motivated and demonstrate ability to handle multiple projects and changing priorities under pressure of deadlines.

    ·         Effective collaborative skills; performing comfortably in group settings.

    ·         Attention to detail and accuracy in data management, analysis, and reporting.

    ·         Strong interpersonal, presentation and communications skills, both oral and written.

    ·         Ability to communicate effectively, instilling trust and confidence.

    ·         Be cooperative, hardworking, flexible and dependable.

    ·         Be of high integrity and have a sense of confidentiality.

    How to Apply

    Interested applicants should send an application & CV with 3 referees to the following email address: or at our website by 11th January 2019.

    Indicate how your education and experience qualifies you for the position.

    Only those selected for interview will be contacted

    Jhpiego is an equal opportunity employer promoting gender, equity and diversity.

    Persons with disabilities and other minority groups are encouraged to apply.

older | 1 | .... | 3319 | 3320 | (Page 3321) | 3322 | 3323 | .... | 3359 | newer