Lao CSO Platform

Project MCHN Technical Staff (PTS)

Job Description

PFHA is the leading family health association striving to provide all people with innovative and up to date RH information and quality services by empowering individuals through raising awareness of RH knowledge, information and service and improving quality of RH care and services for its beneficiaries in collaboration with Government authorities, relevant stakeholders, and other civil organizations.

PFHA works nationwide and at all levels, especially in the grass-root level. Currently, PFHA has been working in some provinces and districts with some projects such as, Safe Motherhood Project MBMF and Project Respond.

The project name is “Improved access to Health service for women, in-fan and young children”, This project has been started from 1st September 2023 and the Project will End on 31st December 2026.

PFHA is partnership with Plan International in Laos for Improved access to health services for women, infants and young children Project in Samoui district, Saravan Province. The project is funded by Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, Germany through Plan International Germany (GNO) under FAD LAO100117.

PFHA is looking for position:
Project MCHN Technical Staff (PTS) (1 Position)
(Based in Samoui District, Saravan province)

Roles and Responsibilities

  • PTS will play the important role technical support on MCHN to the project
  • Implement capacity assessments and capacity building processes to health staffs by technical support from PHFA technical staffs and Plan International in Laos (PIL).
  • Facilitate ongoing reflection and learning for staff and partners on project quality.
  • Identify support needs and provide tailored support and guidance for staff and partners in Saravan.
  • Identify and document good practices and case studies for shared learning and scale up.
  • Assist in updating the technical design, guidelines and approaches to reflect the experiences and lessons from the field.

Main Tasks

Key Responsibilities

  • Project Coordination
  • Project Setting
  • Capacity Building
  • Project Implementation
  • Project Advocacy
  • Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Project Reporting
  • Apply local thought


  • Degree in relevant field (nurse, medical doctor, midwife, etc.)
  • Knowledge of behavior change communication on Maternal and Child Health, Nutrition.
  • Knowledge and experience on supportive supervisor and conduct MCHN outreach in village level
  • Experience in project implementation, including planning, budgeting and reporting
  • Experience of working with NPA’s and /or INGO’s
  • Understanding of Laos development context, specifically relating to CSOs
  • Knowledge of an ethnic minority language an advantage.


  • At least 3 years’ experience in health care system
  • Demonstrated strong skill on MCH services and data collection on MCH
  • Demonstrated strong skills in capacity building and coaching for local staff and partners
  • Good facilitation skills
  • Demonstrated skill to conduct meetings, training and workshops for project
  • Good communication, diplomacy, negotiation
  • Good computer skills in Office applications
  • Good listening skills and working under pressure
  • Good skill on project report in Lao
  • Demonstrated skill mainstreaming gender and inclusion to the project implementation
  • Experience on project monitoring and evaluation

Salary: is negotiable based on qualifications and experiences

Application: PFHA is committed to equitable opportunities and cultural diversity. Candidates should be submitted their resume or CV with 3 referees, and a cover letter (other supporting documents/ references will be requested after being selected) that address the position above by 25 September 2023 to deadline: 6th October 2023

HR Assistant/Admin Manager

The Promotion of Family Health Association, Lao PDR

House No. 449 Unit 36, Phonkheng Village,

Saysettha District, Vientiane Capital, LAO PDR

Tel: 856 21 413261, Fax: 021 414918


PFHA is committed to equal opportunities and cultural diversity. Candidates from all sections of the community are welcome to apply. Please note that PFHA has a Protection of Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults policy in place and you will be bound by this policy if recruited.

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