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    Sexual and reproductive health rights advisor - Mykolaiv, Україна - Médecins du Monde

    Médecins du Monde
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    For more than 40 years, Médecins du Monde, a campaigning medical organisation committed to international solidarity, has been caring for the most vulnerable populations at home and abroad.

    It has continued to highlight obstacles that exist in accessing health care and has secured sustainable improvements in health-for-all policies.

    Those working for this independent organisation do not solely dispense care and treatment but condemn violations of human dignity and rights and fight to improve matters for populations living in precarious situations.

    MdM currently works in 30 countries across all continents where it focuses on 5 priority areas: emergency and crisis, sexual and reproductive health, harm reduction, migrants and displaced populations (health rights), health and environment.

    MdM International Network has been operating in Ukraine since 2014, improving access to health care, especially providing comprehensive Primary Health Care (PHC), Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH ) and Mental Health and Psychosocial support (MHPSS) services.

    Since February 2022, MdM Spain is leading the country response for the network, while MdM-France is in charge of the operations in Southern Ukraine.

    The global strategy aims at ensuring the access to quality comprehensive healthcare services for the conflict-affected population in Ukraine.

    In Southern Ukraine, MdM-France has set up its country office and a base office in Mykolaiv. A base office in Odesa is still running for specfic activities in Odesa.

    The program consists in supporting various local-based organization in the delivery of health services for people facing severe constraints to healthcare in Mykolaiv and Kherson Oblasts.


    Under the supervision of the health coordinator, you are in charge of providing technical supervision of the implementation of the mission's SRHR and GBV activities.

    Your main responsibilities are the following:


    • Understand and document the national SRHR strategy
    • Carry out and update the mapping of the actors involved in the response to SRHR and GBV and develop a strong network
    • Lead the definition and adaptation of the strategy for MdM's prevention and response to SRHR and GBV in line with the context and MdM's overall strategy on SRHR and GBV
    • Ensure the quality of GBV activities through regular monitoring and technical support to program teams and partners
    • Support MdM team and partners for implementation of SRHR activities in line with the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP)
    • Create and disseminate tools, guidelines and training and awarenessraising materials
    • Ensure the development, implementation or update of tools for the management of SRHR/GBV activities
    • Actively participate to coordination efforts with GBV actors (regional gender subcluster, protection cluster etc.), to facilitate information and good practices sharing and to ensure safe referrals of survivors based on updated and reliable referral pathway
    • Participate in the writing of projects/proposals for donors by ensuring that SRHR services including prevention and response to GBV are properly integrated
    • Manage the programme's implementation, follow up the budget and project planning

    Capacity building & Training

    • Identify the capacity building needs of MdM team and partners and propose relevant training opportunities
    • Diffuse and adapt training manuals on SRHR/GBV prevention and response
    • Organise and/or facilitate training on SRHR and GBV prevention and response
    • Ensure the quality of the trainings provided and that they use a methodology adapted to adult training and to the sociocultural context
    • Provide technical support to MdM's Medical Activities Manager, staff and partners involved in monitoring and implementation of SRHR and GBV activities
    • Set up a capacity building plan to all frontline staffs involved in the provision of SRHR services
    • Collaborate with the medical team and particularly with SRHR team to set up training and supervision on medical care for SGBV survivors
    • Collaborate with the medical team and particularly with MHPSS team to set up training and supervision on MHPSS for GBV survivor
    • Organize training and mentoring of the national MdM SRHR advisor

    Communication, advocacy and representation

    • Participate in the development of external and internal communication strategy and tools on MdM's SRHR/GBV package
    • Participate in the dissemination of MdM's approach, results and lessons learnt on SRHR, including on the prevention of and response to GBV
    • Contribute to the development and implementation of the advocacy strategy following the specific features of the context
    • Represent MdM at thematic workshops, conferences, and strategic meetings, in the country and internationally

    Reporting, information management and internal coordination

    • Ensure that SRHR/GBV data are collected, encoded and analysed
    • Make sure that the GBV data management system is in place
    • Contribute to the capitalization of MdM's response in Ukraine
    • Share with the Programme/Medical team any difficulties met in the field and propose solutions or adjustments
    • Share with the General Coordinator/ Medical team the minutes of all clusters/working groups
    • Participate to internal MdM meetings and contribute to MdM biweekly and monthly sitreps.
    • Contribute to the preparation of new proposals and reports to donors

    Médecins du Monde reserves the right to fill the vacancy before the closing date for applications.

    MdM stands up for the integration of people living with disabilities and fights against discrimination.


    Status : Employee Contract : Fixed-term contract

    Duration : 6 months

    • Starting date: as soon as possible
    • Gross monthly salary: 3 306 euros
    • Premium equal to one month salary paid in two instalments minimum of 6 months seniority required
    • Expatriation bonus (10% gross salary per month)
    • Transportation cost, vaccines and visas covered
    • Guesthouse housing
    • 22.5 recovery days per year
    • 5 weeks of paid leaves per year
    • Health insurance (60% covered by MdM and 40% by the employee)
    • Insurance (repatriation...)
    • Médecins du Monde promotes trainings and internal mobility
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    • Medical doctor/nurse with SRH experience, midwife, gynaecologistobstetrician (preferred) or Social Sciences Master's degree with demonstrated skills and knowledge on GBV and SRHR issues
    • Demonstrated professional experience of 3 to 5 years in the humanitarian field, including at least 1 year within an INGO
    • Training and proven knowledge of GBV and Clinical Management of Rape
    • Previous experience in technical support to partners, advocacy, and network facilitation
    • Excellent knowledge of international standards and guidelines on SHRH and prevention and response to GBV in humanitarian contexts
    • Ability to plan for prevention and response to GBV
    • Ability to analyse the context, trends, and risk/protection factors
    • Map services and coordinate with stakeholders
    • Understand activity followup indicators
    • Identify training needs, create and lead SRHR/GBV training modules
    • Develop a safe and confidential referral circuit
    • Analyse and manage sensitive data
    • Excellent knowledge of Windows environment (word, excel, powerpoint)
    • Languages: English is mandatory (oral and written), knowledge of any other local language is an asset (Russian, Ukrainian)
    • You embrace the core values and support the proactive philosophy of Médecins du Monde.