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Private Sector Demand Creation Intern at Family Health Services

Family Health Services


 Family Health Services (FHS), formerly known as PSI Malawi, has partnered with the government of Malawi through the Ministry of Health (MoH) since 1994 in safeguarding the health of Malawians by using private sector approaches to reconfigure healthcare delivery – (i) through directly delivering innovative social and behaviour change communications, social marketing, and social franchising across a wide range of health areas including Reproductive Health, HIV, Malaria and water-borne disease prevention (ii) by playing a market facilitation role, approaching market challenges and opportunities with a system-wide lens that unlocks a self-sustaining market with multiple players that can prioritize, adapt and ultimately thrive without external assistance and funds.

While a local organisation with deep roots in Malawi, Family Health Services is globally connected; mainly through affiliation to Population Service International (PSI), a Washington DC-based non-governmental and non-profit making organization that boasts a global network of members across over 50 countries through which FHS continues to leverage capacities, learnings, and best practice to enhance activities in Malawi. To accomplish its mission, FHS is inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill the vacant position of PRIVATE SECTOR DEMAND CREATION INTERN   

Reporting to the Demand Creation Coordinator, The Social Franchise Demand Creation Intern will be responsible for the implementation of Social Franchise demand and marketing activities under FHS’s Social Franchise demand creation and marketing strategies. He or She will support the implementation of the overall activities that will support awareness and utilization of private sector network member clinics, and Decentralized ART Drug Distribution (DDD) services under the EpiC project across the impact districts of the two projects.


  • Support private sector and EpiC demand creation mobilizer recruitments, trainings, orientations, and workshops in liaison with the curriculum available.
  • Monitor the performance of demand creation mobilizers in the field and support the development of performance and learning plans.
  • Process monthly payments for demand creation mobilizers.
  • Collect private clinic monthly reports and ensure they are submitted timely to M&E.
  • Implement demand creation activities in clinics that target youth and women in general to access RH services, including general ART and PreP uptake.
  • Monitor stock levels at private clinics and ensure adequate supply for planned products, IEC materials, and other commodities to ensure services are provided all the time.
  • Prepare monthly demand creation activity reports and share them with the immediate supervisor.
  • Report monthly mobilizer performance and support recruitment to replace non-performers.
  • Attend to concerns of the mobilizers during their course of duty and report to supervisor where necessary.
  • Design and create demand creation strategies to pilot in private clinic projects which will result in increased uptake of services.
  • Support in planning and coordinating demand creation activities specific for young people to take up services at private clinics
  • Any other duties assigned by management.

Qualifications, knowledge, abilities, and skills.

  • Diploma in Public Health, Social Sciences, Community Development or Communication from a recognized institution.
  • Those with advanced diploma or degree in above mentioned fields will have an added advantage.
  • Willing to learn and support in delivering on manage SBCC programs in an NGO set up
  • Ability to travel to the project-supported districts as needed.
  • Fluent in English

Mode of Application

Qualified candidates with the specified qualifications and experience should submit their electronic application letters and updated CVs with names and contact details of three traceable referees, through: indicating the job title, ‘PRIVATE SECTOR DEMAND CREATION INTERN    ’ in the email subject line by 11th April 2024.

Family Health Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from qualified individuals regardless of religion, color, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, personal appearance, political affiliation, family status or responsibilities, gender identity, or expression, pregnancy or related medical conditions. Family Health Services maintains zero tolerance for child abuse, sexual abuse, or exploitative acts or threats by our employees, consultants, volunteers, contractors, or anyone associated with the delivery of our programs and services and takes seriously all complaints of misconduct brought to our attention.


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