Get up Speak out (GUSO) program is a five-year program funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and implemented by a Consortium of partners (IPPF, Dance4life, Choice, Rutgers, Simavi and Aids fonds). The long-term objective of the program is to empower all young people, especially girls and young women to realize their SRHR in societies that are positive towards their sexuality. In Kenya, the program is implemented by 9 partners who are part of the SRHR Alliance. This comprises of Family Health Options Kenya (FHOK), Centre for the Study of Adolescence (CSA), KMET, Network of Adolescence and Youth of Africa (NAYA), ADS Nyanza, Nairobits Trust , AYARHEP, Women Fighting AIDS in Kenya(WOFAK) ,TICH ,AYAREPH and SAIPEH. The program covers 6 counties namely: Nairobi, Kisumu, Kakamega, Bungoma, Homabay and Siaya. FHOK implements the project in 4 counties that is Siaya , Nairobi, Kakamega and Kisumu.

The program seeks to realize five key outcomes:

(1) Strengthened and sustainable Alliances comprehensively address the SRHR of young people;                                                                                                                                (2) empowered young people increasingly voice their rights

(3) Increased utilization of comprehensive SRHR information and education by all young people (4) increased utilization of quality and youth-friendly SRHR services that respond to the needs and rights of all young people

(5) Improved social-cultural, political and legal environment for gender-sensitive, youth-friendly SRHR.

FHOK is looking for individuals to carry out the following activities:

  1. Facilitator for training young people virtually on Leadership and Network building
  2. Facilitator to train young people on Policy formulation and budget tracking
  3. A consultant to document the project best practices.

All submissions should be made on time as indicated in the TOR’s