The Kartika Soekarno Foundation for Indonesian Children (KSF) was founded in response to the Southeast Asian economic crisis. Working closely with UNICEF and CARE-USA, KSF raised considerable funds for the ‘Preventing a Lost Generation’ campaign, a programme designed to keep young children in school during the period of severe economic hardship.
KSF continued to raise funds for UNICEF’s Indonesia programme but in 2004, having built a very experienced and knowledgeable team based in Jakarta, began funding independent education programmes in three districts across the archipelago, shortly followed by health programmes in another three districts. Until 2018, KSF has already revitalized 290 community health centers (called Posyandu) in 7 districts; Solok (West Sumatra), Central Jakarta (DKI Jakarta), Kebumen (Central Java), Blitar (East Java), Gresik (East Java), Gianyar (Bali), and West Sumba (East Nusa Tenggara).
Now, we are looking for a competent Coordinator of Maternal and Child Health Programme to undertake a variety of administrative and programme management tasks. Full-time position and based in Jakarta, Indonesia. You will help in planning and organizing programs and activities as well as carry out important operational duties.
The coordinator programme will work under the supervision of the Executive Director and shall work closely to the Health Programme Advisor.