Bangladesh - Bangladesh Knowledge Management Initiative
To support the GoB's Health, Population, and Nutrition Sector Development Program and address the Knowledge Management and communication needs of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Communication Programs (JHU/CCP), through the Knowledge 4 Health (K4H) project funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), will provide long-term, on-site technical assistance and capacity building for communication and knowledge management in FP, nutrition and MNCH with the Bangladesh MOHFW.The intern will support the CCP Technical Advisors placed in the MOHFW to capture, assess, synthesize, disseminate, apply and evaluate priority health and communication guidelines, materials, and tools for community dialogue and interactions with service providers. These products will be used by behavior change agents at the community-level such as Family Welfare Volunteers, Family Welfare Assistants, Outreach Workers in villages and Community Clinics, Peer Educators, Youth Advocates, and others. The intern will support the Technical Advisors in providing day-to-day administrative, research, operational and technical assistance for behavior change communication and knowledge management products. This includes work supporting capacity building activities to strengthen skills of MOHFW staff, implementation, monitoring and evaluation activities of an eHealth pilot and supporting eLearning activities, among other tasks.