SNV USA and its consortium members are currently implementing USAID Isuku Iwacu, a four-year rural sanitation project, which aims to improve access to, and encourage correct and consistent use of household sanitation and hygiene facilities to decrease childhood stunting. USAID Isuku Iwacu focuses on district-wide, private sector-driven household sanitation and hygiene interventions, it’s supporting an estimated 500,000 people to gain access to improved household sanitation, while aiming to reach the following intermediate results (IRs): IR 1- Demand for sanitation and hygiene products and services increased, IR 2- Supply and availability of sanitation products and services in the private sector improved, and IR 3- Governance for sustained access to sanitation and hygiene products and services improved.
1. Behaviour Change Communications (BCC) Advisor (Deadline: January 10,2020)
2. Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Advisor(Deadline: January 09,2020)