Related districts of Uruzgan province (Chora, Khas Uruzgan, Shahid Hassah, Dehrawad)
Years of Experience:
At least 3 years of work experience in a BPHS clinic.
One year renewable
Graduate from an Institute of Health Sciences, midwifery department, or community midwifery program
OPHCD is a non-governmental, non-political and independent organization established in 2017 under license number 4160 of the Department of Non-Governmental Organizations of the Honorable Ministry of Economy and under number 762 of the Islamic Institute of Afghanistan. The emirate is registered with the Ministry of Public Health. In addition, this organization is a member of the Afghanistan National Health Cluster, Afghanistan National Nutrition Cluster, and ACBAR. OPHCD as a non-governmental organization strives for the well-being of the people by promoting health, education, WASH, conservation and human rights, economic stability, and sustainable development of the community, including women and children, drug users, Focuses more on the displaced and other disadvantaged sections of the society.
Providing essential basic maternal and child health services to pregnant and lactating mothers of competent reproductive capacity (CBA) as per BPHS guidelines.
Working in the health center during certain official hours.
Providing health services to mothers during pregnancy, before birth, during birth, and after birth, giving them health-related instructions, and helping mother and child.
Providing information to mothers about safe pregnancy and childbirth.
Educate the mother about the benefits of breastfeeding and iron-rich foods.
Visiting emergency patients at the request of the health center director.
Provide special assistance to the community when needed.
Participate in workshops and meetings to improve your knowledge and skills.
To share knowledge and experience with the staff of the health center in order to improve their knowledge and skills.
Monitoring and using various methods to prevent the spread of infection.
Carrying out night work at a fixed time and carrying out night births when necessary.
Create all your reports and send them to direct orders.
Participating in weekly and other necessary meetings in the clinic in order to obtain more information and increase the technical capacity of the staff.
Preparation of monthly and quarterly reports including reports of the mother and child section of the clinic and submission to direct orders.
Managing some administrative affairs of the health center and restricting attendance.
Have citizenship of Afghanistan.
Graduate from an Institute of Health Sciences, midwifery department, or community midwifery program.
At least 3 years of working experience in a clinic.
Proficiency in local languages Pashto and Dari.
Having a kind and friendly personality and sufficient health and strength for work.
Under these conditions, people can submit their applications and documents