Malaria District Coordinator at Rwanda Development Organization(RDO): (Deadline 29 April 2022)

Malaria District Coordinator at Rwanda Development Organization(RDO): (Deadline 29 April 2022)

Malaria District Coordinator at Rwanda Development Organization(RDO): (Deadline 29 April 2022)


Terms of Reference (ToR) for Recruitment of Malaria District Coordinators for the Implementation of Malaria SBCC Strategic Interventions by CSOs 


Rwanda Development Organization (RDO) is a Non-profit, Non-Government Organization (NGO) founded in 1995 to support the initiatives of Rwandese in social and economic reconstruction and development of the country.

Rwanda Development Organization (RDO) was formed with the vision of Rwandans in control of their own destiny, enjoying a good standard of living and sustainable development. Accordingly, RDO was assigned with the mission of empowering partner communities including those vulnerable to improve their human capital, achieve food and nutrition security and establish market linkages in a sustainable natural environment and community mobilization towards diseases prevention especially HIV / AIDS, TB and Malaria. In this way, communities will build better and sustainable socio-economic development.

In line with its mission, since 2009, RDO has been partnering with the Government of Rwanda through the Ministry of Health in community mobilization towards prevention and control of diseases such as Malaria, Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS. Recently, RDO secured funding from the Ministry of Health for implementation of Malaria Social Behavior Communication Change (SBCC) Strategic Interventions in the City of Kigali.

In this regard, RDO wishes to recruit staff who will support in the execution of the above mentioned project. The positions of the staff to be recruited are the following:

Malaria District Coordinator 


Education required 

Master’s or Bachelor’s Degree in relevant fields (Public Health, Health Education, Nursing, Epidemiology, Community Health, Social Sciences or other related fields)

Skills required 

  • Strategic thinking with problem solving skills
  • Team working and organization skills in public health related domains
  • Demonstrated abilities or proven experience in working with communities would be an added value
  • Fluency and writing skills in English or French and Kinyarwanda are required
  • Planning and team organization skills
  • Good communication skills with Fluency and community mobilization skills
  • Excellent analytical and advocacy skills is desirable
  • Experience in providing administrative leadership and support to work teams
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint, or similar software


Under the overall supervision of the Malaria SBCC Coordinator, the Malaria District Coordinator will be responsible of the following:

1.Follow-up closely on the Implementation of the Annual Work Plan with regard to Malaria SBCC interventions

2.Participate to the annual planning process and provide technical support for Malaria SBCC interventions in the catchment area.

3.Ensure the Coordination of Malaria SBCC Activities (Prevention, Vector Control and Case Management SBCC related activities) implementation at District and Community Levels.

4.Collaborate with RBC Malaria District Supervisors to ensure Local Leaders, Health Facilities and Communities are fully engaged in Malaria Control.

5.Organize meetings with Local Leaders, Health Facilities Leaders, CHWs and other relevant stakeholders to improve awareness and implementation of Malaria SBCC Strategies at zone level.

6.Coordinate Malaria SBCC activities implementation in the catchment areas

7.Represent RDO on daily basis in the districts of deployment

8.Coordinate Monitoring and Evaluation of Malaria SBCC implementation activities

9.Collaborate with Malaria SBCC Coordinator to design and implement innovative malaria control interventions at District level.

10.Prepare and submit monthly, quarterly reports from assigned District to SBCC Coordinator and Malaria Project Manager .

11.Review technical reports from all health facilities in the catchment area and provide feedback.

12.Ensure close follow up of implementation of recommendations.

13.Participate to monthly and quarterly evaluation of Health Facilities and Community Health Workers.

14.Document best practices or most significant success stories of the project activities

15.Carry out other tasks to support the project efforts as assigned

16.Provide administrative support as needed

 How to apply 

Interested candidates for the above mentioned positions are invited to apply by addressing their application letters to the RDO Executive Secretary. They will also present their curriculum vitae (CV), authentified copies  of their degrees and relevant certificates. Application documents will be deposited in sealed envelope at RDO Headquarters Secretariat at KK500 st 22, BRALIRWA Road, Kicukiro District not later than April 29th, 2022 at 3:00PM. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for related interviews.

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