Travel to Afghanstan: Disability Expert Sought for Ministry of Health in Kabul

AEDES ( is a Brussels based consultancy specialized in public health. We are currently looking for an expert in disability, a technical assistant position to support the Disability and rehabilitation department at the Ministry of Health in Kabul.  The position is part of the European Commission support programme to Afghanistan and has the following characteristics :


-          120 working days spread over 8 months, plus a few weeks for reporting at home. Starting in July/August depending availability. The expert will be allowed to travel back to his home country during this period.  

-          Work as a technical assistant to the « Disability and rehabilitation department » of the MOH, position financed by the European Commission.

-          The profile requested :

-          Degree in disability studies or alternatively university degree in public health or community health or alternatively author of publications on disability. The focus on disability and health will be used for scoring

-          Fluency in English

-          Working experience in a post-conflict country

-          Minimum of seven years of progressive professional experience in the Field of Disability and/or Public Health. Please note that years in disability and years in general public health will be scored separately

-          Minimum of 5 years experience in the field of policy and planning in low income countries

-          AEDES is already active in Afghanistan, the expert will thus benefit from a local support structure.

-          Competitive fees offered.

-          The position is posted on our web site(


In case you are interested by this position, please contact  Pierre Poivre ( with your CV. The TOR are available upon request. The position is open until Monday June 21st.


Thanks a lot for your collaboration,


Kind regards


Pierre Poivre

Business manager


Rue Joseph II, 34

B-1000 Bruxelles

Tel  +32 2 219 03 06

Fax +32 2 219 09 38

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