The Clinton Health Access Initiative, Inc. (CHAI) is a global health organization committed to our mission of saving lives and reducing the burden of disease in low-and middle-income countries. We work at the invitation of governments to support them and the private sector to create and sustain high-quality health systems.
CHAI was founded in 2002 in response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic with the goal of dramatically reducing the price of life-saving drugs and increasing access to these medicines in the countries with the highest burden of the disease. Over the following two decades, CHAI has expanded its focus. Today, along with HIV, we work in conjunction with our partners to prevent and treat infectious diseases such as COVID-19, malaria, tuberculosis, and hepatitis. Our work has also expanded into cancer, diabetes, hypertension, and other non-communicable diseases, and we work to accelerate the rollout of lifesaving vaccines, reduce maternal and child mortality, combat chronic malnutrition, and increase access to assistive technology. We are investing in horizontal approaches to strengthen health systems through programs in human resources for health, digital health, and health financing. With each new and innovative program, our strategy is grounded in maximizing sustainable impact at scale, ensuring that governments lead the solutions, that programs are designed to scale nationally, and learnings are shared globally.
At CHAI, our people are our greatest asset, and none of this work would be possible without their talent, time, dedication and passion for our mission and values. We are a highly diverse team of enthusiastic individuals across 40 countries with a broad range of skillsets and life experiences. CHAI is deeply grounded in the countries we work in, with majority of our staff based in program countries.
In India, CHAI works in partnership with its India registered affiliate William J Clinton Foundation (WJCF) under the guidance of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) at the Central and States' levels on an array of high priority initiatives aimed at improving health outcomes. Currently, WJCF supports government partners across projects to expand access to quality care and treatment for HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, tuberculosis, COVID-19, common cancers, sexual and reproductive health, immunization, and essential medicines.
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WJCF has been supporting the Government of Chhattisgarh in strengthening its medical oxygen infrastructure by optimizing supply chains, improving governance of the oxygen ecosystem in the state, building capacity of workers across the oxygen ecosystem, and providing evidence for policy and action through advanced analytics.
To foster healthcare reforms across Oxygen Access and other programmes, WJCF CHAI also supports strengthening of health systems in the state to improve availability, accessibility, affordability, acceptability of broader public healthcare services in the state.
With the objective of reducing maternal, child, and overall mortality from hypoxemia related cases, WJCF is supporting the national government and the states of Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab in improving the supply and use of high-quality oxygen services at the health facility level to ensure that hypoxemic patients receive oxygen therapy leading to improved patient outcomes. To achieve this objective, the program focuses on the following key elements:
At the national level, WJCF is supporting the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoH&FW) coordinate with the health leadership at the states level to ensure availability and access to oxygen, capacity building to ensure optimal functioning and monitoring of oxygen infrastructure, and uptake of digital systems for monitoring oxygen demand and efficient asset utilization. At the states level, WJCF is supporting the state health and facility level leadership define governance structures, ensure optimal maintenance and upkeep of oxygen assets, build capacity for efficient utilization of assets and provision of clinical care, monitoring use of and access to oxygen, and develop and leverage requisite structures and financing mechanisms to ensure sustainability. Through this support WJCF expects to ensure access to high quality medical oxygen to manage hypoxemia, including in cases high risk cases such pneumonia; maternal, neonatal, and paediatric cases; respiratory diseases, at intensive and high-dependency units and for trauma / emergency care, while ensuring adequate preparedness to manage surge of Covid19 cases or on account of other acute or seasonal respiratory ailments.
We are looking for a highly motivated individual with excellent analytical ability and strong communication skills for the role of Analyst, Essential Medicines and Oxygen Access. The Analyst will work closely with the state and national teams and will be expected to develop and manage strong relationships with the Department of Health & Family Welfare (DoHFW) to support program conceptualisation and implementation initiatives. The ideal candidate must have strong quantitative and analytical skills, excellent verbal and written communication skills, be self-directed, adapt to the program’s differing needs, and be committed to excellence.
The candidate must be able to function independently and flexibly. We place great value on qualities such as resourcefulness, responsibility, tenacity, independence, energy, and work ethic.
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