Supply Chain Management and Logistics Consultant



SoCha is contracted to deliver the USAID/Kenya and East Africa (KEA) Localization, Inclusion, and Sustainability Activity (LISA) with the aim of assisting USAID staff and stakeholders to be more efficient, effective, transparent, inclusive, and skilled in achieving development outcomes. To achieve this, LISA seeks to enhance USAID/KEA’s organizational project design, programming, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) practices, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility (DEIA) objectives, and mission-wide localization efforts by elevating local voices and co-developing and co-creating USAID/KEA programs with local partners including marginalized populations, girls and women, and youth.


Activity Background

USAID/KEA’s new strategy has a key objective of localization that works towards enhancing the capacity of local organizations. USAID/Kenya’s Office of Health Population and Nutrition (HPN) invests in population and health programs that aim to improve the survival, well-being, and productivity of the Kenyan population especially in poor, marginalized, and underserved communities. To support the Kenyan people more sustainably, USAID is focused on strengthening county-level development and Kenya-owned, led, and managed organizations. As part of this effort, USAID launched 13 new health programs that will be implemented by local organizations under an initiative called Kenya Health Partnerships for Quality Services (KHPQS). The programs are meant to support the county governments in achieving the national goals of responding to HIV/AIDS, safeguarding the rights and welfare of children and adolescents impacted by HIV/AIDS, and ensuring equitable access to and use of quality primary health services by the most vulnerable.


The consultant will collaborate closely with the USAID health program teams and LISA. The consultant will also provide comprehensive support in supply chain management for the USAID health program, ensuring efficient coordination with stakeholders and adherence to established protocols and guidelines. SoCha is seeking a supply chain management and logistics consultant to support USAID/KEA’s health program teams and KHPQS partners.


Scope of Work

The supply chain management consultant’s responsibilities will include:


Minimum Qualifications and Experience


Period of Performance:

12 months (May 2024 – April 2025)



Nairobi, Kenya.


How to Apply

To submit your application, kindly provide your CV using the form provided below.

Position will remain open until a suitable candidate has been identified.


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Do you possess knowledge and understanding of laboratory commodity management and inventory systems, with the ability to offer recommendations for improvement?*
Do you have organizational and coordination skills, particularly in organizing review meetings and coordinating activities among supply chain partners:*
Do you have experience working with the Kenya Ministry of Health at both county and national government levels:*
Do you have experience working with or consulting for international development implementing partners:*
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