Posted on :
29 Jun, 2016
29 Jun, 2016
The Ghana-West Africa Program to Combat AIDS and STI (WAPCAS) commenced operations in Ghana in 1996 with support from Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) to implement an STI/HIV intervention program, for Most-At-Risk Populations (MARPS) now Key Populations (KP), in nine West African countries, which included Mali, Niger, Cote D’Ivoire, Guinea, Senegal, Benin, Togo and Burkina Faso. Ghana was the only Anglophone country.
The implementation of this project was made possible through the effective collaboration with the Ghana Health Service. WAPCAS was registered as a local NGO in Ghana after the 10 year CIDA support in 2006. We are legally registered with the Registrar General’s Department and the Department of Social Welfare.
The goal of WAPCAS is to control and reduce new HIV infections among KP as well as the transmission of the infections to the general population through the provision of preventive and curative services using peer-to-peer education to promote the 10 key behaviours which have been accepted in Ghana for KP programming.
Job Title: Field Supervisors
Currently, WAPCAS and its partners are implementing the Global fund NFM project. It is in this vain that WAPCAS wishes to recruit qualified and resourceful individuals to fill the position below:
Responsible for designing, guiding and directing the day-to-day project activities as well as providing both administrative and technical support on the field.
Required Skills or Experience
How to Apply
All applications should be submitted to;
The Executive Director
Ghana West Africa Program to Combat AIDS and STI (WAPCAS)
Post Office Box AT 1010
Closing date for submission: Friday 8th July, 2016