Chartered in 1983, Aga Khan University (AKU, www.aku.edu) is a private, autonomous and self-governing international university, with 13 teaching sites in 6 countries over three continents. An integral part of the Aga Khan Development Network (www.akdn.org), AKU provides higher education in multiple health science and social science disciplines, carries out research pertinent primarily to low- and middle-income countries and operates 7 hospitals (soon 8) and over 325 outreach clinics, all at international standards. It has almost 2,500 students and 14,000 staff. The University is both a model of academic excellence and an agent of social change. As a leading international institution dedicated to excellence and change, AKU operates on the core principles of quality, relevance, impact and access.
The Institute for Human Development is dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge with direct relevance for policies, programs, and practices that enhance life experiences at all stages of human development. In its foundational years, the Institute seeks particularly to become a major instrumental agent, locally as well as globally, for advancing knowledge about the earliest years of children’s development and harnessing such knowledge for the purposes of shaping policies and interventions that ensure a strong start in life for all children wherever they may live.
The Institute for Human Development (IHD) is carrying out research on Protecting the Wellbeing and Strengthening the Resilience of Frontline Health Workers, targeting nurses, midwives and community health workers in Kenya. The aim is to generate an evidence-driven understanding using primary research, collation of existing data and research that is relevant to our context. IHD is therefore seeking Field Enumerators to assist with scheduling interviews, consenting study participants, data collection and data management. The incumbent will also assist in facilitating implementation of J&J Resilience Study at the project level to ensure participants are aware of and are voluntarily willing to participate in the study.