NGO Data Assistant Intern,Salary over Ksh20,000
NHPplus will expand Nutrition Assessment Counselling and Support (NACS) services beyond HIV, offering technical and material support in the roll-out of NACS to include High Impact Nutrition Interventions (HINI). To help achieve this, the activity will engage at national and sub-national levels to create a heightened profile for nutrition and strengthen budgeting, planning and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) to allow the GOK to gradually manage nutrition service provision on its own. Commodity management support for vulnerable populations will continue, following PEPFAR Food and Nutrition guidance, and be expanded at national level to reach additional clients. A critical element of this work will involve coordination with and strengthening of existing USAID/K efforts such as the AIDS, Population and Health Integrated Project plus (APHIAplus) and AMPATH projects working in five geographic areas of Kenya.
The Nutrition & Health Program plus maintains a central database of monthly data service and commodity prescription from over 930 participating sites and commodity delivery details from the SCM partner. The data reports include enrollment and follow up patient details, monthly consumption reports and commodity delivery details. The central database is maintained on a MySQL database platform, with VB.NET as its main user interface, which also supports partial data analysis and validation.
The main objective of the proposed work is to provide data management support to reduce on current backlog of FBP data. The intern will also participate data extraction and data entry as assigned by the supervisor.
Specific objectives include:
Participate in data documentation; archiving and entry Extract data for analysis using MySQL, SPSS/STATA as directed by supervisor
Specific Output/Deliverables expected from the Intern
Duties and responsibilities of the intern will include but not limited to the following:
Assist in documentation of monthly data reports received from health facilities Digitization of received paper records using in-house electronic reporting system
Digitization of a minimum of 300 records/day
Archiving of completed paper records Participate in monthly data validation and preparation of feedback reports Provide feedback to software programmer on improvements to the existing in-house system
Duration of internship
The duration of the service will be on-or about _____________.
Specific input to be provided
Nutrition and Health Program plus, M&E department will provide required office space, equipment and induction training required to complete these tasks.
Minimum Requirements for the Position.
Ongoing studies in Statistics, Computer Science, IT due to complete within the next2 years. Be computer and internet literate with proficiency in the Microsoft Office suite, particularly Word, Excel, and Outlook. Strong quantitative analysis skills.
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