PROJECT: SEX WORK AND VIOLENCE IN KENYA-A RESEARCH INTO RISK AND MITIGATING FACTORS.
POSITION(S): 24 COMMUNITY RESEARCH ASSISTANTS
REPORT TO: SITE COORDINATOR
Brief Description of the Research.
Under the Bridging the Gaps programme, the AIDSFONDS sex work programme is, together with KESWA and HOYMAS, carrying out community based participatory research (CBPR) on violence and sex work in several countries, of which Kenya is listed as the next country.
The rational for conducting the study is to provide information about the levels of violence experienced, the type of perpetrators and to study the underlying factors and variables that increase the risk of violence and the mitigation factors that lower risks of violence towards sex workers. With the support of HOYMAS and KESWA, two sex workers organizations in Kenya, and a social research consultant, the research will be done for and by sex workers and will contribute to both the capacity building of sex workers and their ongoing fight to increase the fulfillment of their human rights.
How to Apply:
Kindly send your application that includes a cover letter and updated CV showing names of two referees to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before 21st October, 2018.
LOCATIONS: NAIROBI- Click here for job description to apply>> 8 Community Researchers-NAIROBI,
MOMBASA- Click here to apply>>8 Community Researchers-MOMBASA
MERU– Click here to apply>>4 Community Researchers-MERU
KISII– Click here to apply>>4 Community researchers-KISII
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