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Helen Keller International is an International non-profit organization (INGO) working in health and nutrition in Nepal since 1989 to improve the nutritional status of women and young children through evidence-based research and programs. Helen Keller International, CARE, FHI 360, Nepali Technical Assistance Group (NTAG), Digital Broadcast Initiative Equal Access (DBIEA), Environment and Public Health Organization (ENPHO), Vijaya Development Resource Center (VDRC) together are implementing USAID funded Suaahara II Program in 42 districts. Applications are invited from interested, committed, dynamic team players and experienced Nepali nationals for the following position:

Position: Program Documentation Trainee
> No. of vacancy: 1
> Time Period: 4 months

Summary of Job Purpose:
This position will be responsible for capturing lessons learned; producing end of project documentations; able to produce high level technical writing; documenting program implementation strategies and briefs; documenting knowledge products for government counterparts; translate data into infographic and summary formats that illustrate key findings for internal and external audiences and support the communication team to recommend few effective digital tools/ contents.


Educational qualifications and experiences:
> Bachelor’s degree in a related area [public health, health services research, population health, health education]; experience working in roles with a focus on knowledge management strong writing skills and ability to synthesize information into clear, concise summaries and excellent oral and written communication skills in Nepali and English.

For detailed Job Description, log on to To apply, submit a motivation letter and a recently updated CV to [email protected] by COB February 24, 2021.

Applicants are encouraged to apply who can join the duty immediately.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for the assessment process. HKI reserves the right to close the application before the deadline.

Helen Keller International promotes workforce diversity and is an equal opportunity employer

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Founded in 1915, Helen Keller International (HKI) is among the oldest international nonprofit organizations devoted to fighting and treating preventable blindness and malnutrition. HKI is headquartered in New York City, and has programs in 23 countries in Africa and Asia as well as in the United States. HKI builds local capacity by establishing sustainable programs, and provides scientific and technical assistance and data to governments and international, regional, national and local organizations around the world. HKI programs combat malnutrition, cataract, trachoma, onchocerciasis (river blindness) and refractive error. The goal of all HKI programs is to reduce suffering of those without access to needed health or vision care and ultimately, to help lift people from poverty.
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