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  • Organization: Jhpiego
  • Location: Manila
  • Grade: Level not specified - Level not specified
  • Occupational Groups:
    • Documentation and Information Management
  • Closing Date: Closed


Posted Date 4 hours ago(5/19/2023 8:47 AM)
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The Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) Vaccine Acceleration Program Partners Initiative (or HAPPI) Project was globally launched on January 2023. The HAPPI Project is a consortium of international non-government organizations. Aside from Jhpiego, this consortium also includes the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), John Snow, Inc. (JSI), the International Vaccine Access Center (IVAC) at the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, and PATH (formerly Program for Appropriate Technology in Health). The Project aims to increase and sustain equity, program quality, and accelerate coverage of HPV vaccine to support the GAVI, the Vaccine Alliance’s goal of vaccinating 86 million girls and adolescents by 2025, and support the WHO Global Strategy for the Acceleration of Elimination of Cervical Cancer as a Public Health Problem primary prevention goal of 90% HPV vaccination coverage by 2030.


The Philippines has started its HPV vaccination demonstration project in 2013, and began a nationwide HPV vaccination program since 2015. However, a review of its vaccine coverage showed less than 30% of girls age 9 years have been immunized. Further, almost 81% of girls up to 14 years old have missed their opportunities to be protected from the human papilloma virus (HPV) and from developing cervical cancer in the future.


A national stakeholders’ consultative workshop on cervical cancer elimination and its primary prevention will be implemented as part of the planning for and managing of new vaccine introduction or scale up implementation of already introduced vaccines based on recommendations from the WHO Principles and considerations for adding a vaccine to National Immunization Programme (NIP), and the WHO Scaling Up HPV Vaccine Introduction.


This activity aims to gather various stakeholders involved in cervical cancer elimination, most specially, primary prevention through HPV vaccination. This will be used as an opportunity to present current global trends and local status of cervical cancer among women and initiatives on its elimination. Lastly, this will give an opportunity for these stakeholders to provide their recommendations and suggestions for policy development, vaccine operations, service delivery models, and demand generation.

The project is looking for a Documenter as a short-term technical assistant (STTA). He/she will assist Jhpiego in the conduct of the national stakeholder consultative workshop throughout the two-day live-out activity. The STTA will undertake the necessary documentation of the presentations, breakout sessions outputs, as well as the interactive discussion during the open forum.


The STTA will undertake the written documentation of the entire duration of each workshop covering all proceedings including the outputs of each breakout group. This will also include close coordination with the facilitator/s to ensure the coverage of all activities. Additional activities will involve the following: a) capturing all the workshop processing, inputs and results; b) prepare and submit a hardbound written documentation report with photographs of the entire activity, c) provision of annexes such as tables, schedules, or matrix of agreements, concerns raised, depending on what is applicable after the draft report has been approved;


The final written documentation report should be submitted not later than 2 weeks after the end of each workshop.


The STTA is expected to deliver the following tasks for a total of 15 days or approximately two (2) weeks after the last day of the workshop.  

  • Minutes of the preparatory meeting;
  • Summary of key points and issues taken up and immediate responses at the end of the Day 1 of the workshop to be used for the Recapitulation on Day 2;
  • Provide summary of key points documented for the preparation of the synthesis on Day 2;
  • Minutes of the meeting of the debriefing and the agreements of the core group formed;
  • First draft of the proceedings of the National Stakeholders’ Consultative Workshop;
  • Second draft of the proceedings of the National Stakeholders’ Consultative Workshop;
  • Final report of the proceedings of the National Stakeholders’ Consultative Workshop;
  • Submission of five (5) hard copies of the proceedings; with soft copies saved in USB drive to include folders of presentation files and/or photographs.

Required Qualifications

  • University or bachelor’s degree in development communication, journalism, communication arts, community development, humanities, governance, development management, and/or other related fields of study. Advance studies or degrees in related field would be an advantage;
  • Have at least one (1) year experience in developing/writing documents such as project proposals, correspondences, reports and others to show good writing and analysis skills;
  • Must have served at least once as a documenter for a training/workshop for an activity conducted by the government, international or local NGO, and/or academe;
  • Previous working engagements with both national government agencies, and local government units, NGOs, or civil society groups;
  • Good inter-personal skills, multi-tasking skills and ability to work under pressure; excellent computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; and,
  • Fluent command of English and Filipino – written and spoken.

Jhpiego offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive employee benefits package.

Please apply at

Applicants must submit a single document for upload to include: cover letter, resume, and references.

For further information about Jhpiego, visit our website at

Note: The successful candidate selected for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background investigation.

Jhpiego is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer


Jhpiego, a Johns Hopkins University affiliate, is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, marital status, pregnancy, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, other legally protected characteristics or any other occupationally irrelevant criteria. Jhpiego promotes Affirmative Action for minorities, women, individuals who are disabled, and veterans.


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