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Snap Plaza 8th floor, Bole Next to The Millennium hall. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Job Description:

Scope of work for the qualitative data collector


 The Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) in Ethiopia is conducting an implementation research project with the technical and financial support of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The goal of the implementation research project is to develop and test the efficacy and acceptability of an intervention to optimize uptake and adherence to Iron and Folic Acid (IFA) Supplementation among pregnant women and adolescent girls in Ethiopia. As part of this effort, CCP is planning to conduct qualitative research that will inform the Human-Centred Design process. CCP is therefore looking for short-term eight qualitative data collectors who will conduct group and individual interviews in the Sedie woreda of the Amhara region and the Kindo-Koyisha woreda of the SNNP regions.

Proposed Scope of Work:    

  •  Participated in the data collectors training organized by CCP
  • Conduct focus group and individual interviews
  • Prepare a brief report of summary findings & submit it to CCP Research, Monitoring and Evaluation unit
  • Present summary findings in a workshop (as needed), which will be organized by CCP


  • Qualitative data from group and individual interviews with English language transcriptions
  • Brief report of summary findings and insight statements from each interview

Duration of consultancy services: maximum of 15 days from December 10, 2022

Job Requirements:

Required skills

  • MA/MSC or above in Nutrition, Public Health or other related fields
  • At least three qualitative data collection, analysis and report writing experiences in health and nutrition research 
Job Category:
Health Care
Health Care
Addis Ababa
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg  Center for Communication Programs Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Center for Communication Programs

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