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Under a new TB Reach project, CHAI will now extend its support to the Ministry of Health on TB case detection and TB preventative Therapy (TPT) implementation. Through this work the CHAI TB team will work in close partnership with Kampong Chhnang Provincial Health Department and CENAT as well as the Preventative Medicine Department and the National Immunization Program, to boost TB case detection and primary health care through the implementation of an "older adults clinic". This new concept proposes an integrated platform for TB and NCD screening as well as COVID-19 vaccination at health centre and in the community. The aim of the project is increase of TB case detection and TPT uptake.
CHAI Cambodia is seeking a Program Officer to join the CHAI TB Team for this project. The Program Officer will work under the supervision and report to the project’s Medical Advisor. As a CHAI TB team member, the Program Officer will work closely with TB Program in Kampong Chhnang Provincial Health Department to implement the project. He/She will lead discussions and the different work streams with Kampong Chhnang TB Program manager and TB Operational District supervisors (3ODs) and OpAsha NGO for project workplan, implementation, coordination, mentoring and monitoring of activities. The role is based in Kampong Chhnang province.
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