Population Welfare Department KPK Jobs 2019

Population Welfare Department KPK Jobs 2019 for Storekeepers, Technicians, Assistants, Stenographer, Nurses, FamilyWelfare Workers

# Title Details
1 Jobs Location Pakistan
2 Published Date 06 Feb 2019
3 Last Date to Apply 05 March 2019
4 Newspaper Name Nawae Waqt

 

Population Welfare Department KPK Jobs 2019 Positions

  • 05 Assistant (BPS-16)
  • 03 Computer Operator (BPS-16)
  • 01 Assistant Tutor (BPS-15)
  • 22 Junior Scale Stenographer (BPS-14)
  • 02 Projectionist (BPS-13)
  • 05 Assistant (BPS-12)
  • 06 Account Assistant (BPS-12)
  • 24 Theatre Nurses (BPS-12)
  • 04 Junior Clerk (BPS-11)
  • 10 Operation Theatre Technician (BPS-08)
  • 75 Family Welfare Worker (BPS-09)
  • 01 Cum Theatre Assistant (BPS-08)
  • 06 Store Keeper (BPS-06)
  • 05 Driver (BPS-05)
  • 02 Sweeper (BPS-03)

How To Apply For Population Welfare Department KPK Jobs 2019

Download Application Form ETEA Website for Recruitment of Various Posts in Directorate General of Population Welfare Department, Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Peshawar 2019

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Population Welfare Department KPK Jobs 2019

Population Welfare Department KPK Jobs 2019

 

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Brief Introduction of the population welfare department KPK

The national population program started in 1965, Passing through changes in its approach and initiatives, In 2002 the program has been decentralized under the administrative control of the province. The approved population policy in the year 2002 is on the ground to reduce the unmet need and enhance accessibility to family planning services.

Many initiatives have been taken by the department to enhance the accessibility. Increase the Contraceptive Prevalence Rate. Lowering Total Fertility Rate (TFR) and population growth rate:

  1. The programme is having three main components i.e. Administrative Organization Component (Provincial set-up. District set-up and Tehsil set-up).
  2. Service Delivery Component (Reproductive Health Services Centers, Mobile Service Units. Family Welfare Centers and Male Mobilizers)
  3. Support component (Information Education and Communication, Training, Logistic, Monitoring/Evaluation, and Management Information System).

The Family Planning /Reproductive Health services are provided by the programme/non-programme service delivery i.e. Family Welfare Centers. Reproductive Health Services Centers/Training center Mobile Service Units. Male Mobilizers and the non-programme service delivery i.e. Outlets of the Provincial Line Departments. (Health & NGOs), Registered Medical Practitioners, Hakeem, and Homeopaths.

Keeping in view the demographic indicators of the province, the network of service delivery is being increased with emphasis on underserved rural and periurban areas to meet the challenges of MDGs regarding fertility reduction, Increasing the contraceptive prevalence rate, and reducing, the population growth rate as envisaged in the current plan.

To ensure coordination and reviews of the programme. Provincial Technical Coordination Committee headed by Secretary and a District Technical Committee in each district headed by the DCO & Executive District Officer Health are functional and meet periodically to review the performance and take measures for further improvements.

The main focus areas are the implementation of standard operating procedures (SOPs), focused advocating FP services to gain political and opinion leaders support, Strengthening monitoring/evaluation, Enhancing public-private partnership, intersectoral coordination to expand services to meet FP International Conference goal 2020 of universal accessibility to FP services.

The strategic plan aims at decreasing TFR, increasing the CPR and supports improvement in existing structure and system being implemented with the outputs i.e. policy planning, administration, and management. Monitoring and evaluation system enhanced technical capacity and addressing socio-cultural issues. To achieve this an implementation plan has been developed. Budget provision proportionally made with maximum share to the service delivery component particularly and management followed by support components as a strategic intervention.

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