Oct 092021


Country: India
Organization: International Planned Parenthood Federation
Closing date: 22 Oct 2021


To contribute to upholding Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) rights of all the people, particularly the poor and vulnerable in South Asia Region (SAR) by ensuring access to quality SRH services, with focus on Abortion. To ensure successful and timely implementation of all project activities related to improving access to SRH and abortion services, across SAR.


  1. To be responsible for strategizing and achieving expected results, as set out in project/s where Comprehensive Abortion Care is a key component, through effective programming and operationalising IPPF’s Abortion Strategic Action Plan (ASAP).

  2. To contribute to IPPF’s evolving agenda on Abortion related policies, procedures and practices and implement the same in SAR.

  3. To plan, implement and monitor project activities in SAR office that will involve:

· Working closely with Organisational Learning & Evaluation (OLE) team.

· Providing technical support to MAs related on SRH and Abortion related projects,

· Organising meetings/ workshop/ conferences relating to projects implemented in the region

· Prepare timely reports (as per requirement of the global/regional project team) related to restricted project/s and provide updates from all MAs to the IPPF South Asia Regional Office (SARO), IPPF Central Office (CO) and the donor.

  1. To support the Programmes team in developing and disseminating guidelines, policies, standards, and technical tools to contribute to speedy and successful project delivery in the area of SRH services, including improvement in Quality of Care (QoC) among MA clinics.

  2. To develop concept notes and proposals for securing funding for work on issues related to SRH services delivery, including abortion.

  3. To represent IPPF in coalitions, conferences and events on abortion service delivery.

  4. To be the knowledge resource on discourse in the current field of quality abortion services.

  5. To work in collaboration with and support all (including Sr./Technical advisors, Dy./ Directors, etc.) in planning and implementation of the funded project initiatives identified in the Regional Implementation Plans of the SAR.

  6. To build and maintain positive working relationships with all members of staff and contacts both within and outside the Federation.

  7. To uphold the values, ethics and culture of the organization and be an ambassador of the organization.


  1. To undertake any other reasonable duties as may be requested from time to time.


Post-graduate degree or equivalent in the relevant field (including medicine, social science, public health, international development or equivalent).


  • Advanced experience in the areas of designing, managing, implementing and monitoring of national/regional SRH programmes, with specific focus on abortion in developing countries.
  • Experience of managing multi-site projects and working with multiple partners with strong financial management skills and experience in budget tracking and management.

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How to apply:

International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) works in more than 142 countries and 7 secretariat offices to empower the most vulnerable women, men, and young people to access life-saving services and programmes, and to live with dignity. It is a global service provider and a leading advocate of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) for all. We are a world-wide movement of national organisations working with and for communities and individuals.

IPPF’s South Asia Regional Office (SARO) is seeking applications from individuals for the position Technical Advisor – Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) and Abortion. The remote work location for this position can be anywhere in South Asia, but the position holder is expected to spend percentage of time in New Delhi, India – IPPF SAR Office. For details, please refer to the Job Description** attached.

Applicants should submit their CV using our prescribed format “**Employment Application Form SARO’’** (attached) at

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Closing date for receipt of applications: 22 October 2021

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be acknowledged.

IPPF is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values diversity and fosters a culture of inclusiveness. Applications are encouraged from women, candidates living with HIV, people with diverse SOGIESC and any other diverse lived experience from all South Asian countries.

IPPF is committed to the safety and protection of children, young people and vulnerable adults and this role may involve contact with these groups. Our recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to the safety and protection of children, young people, and vulnerable adults in our programs.

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