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- Serve as a thought leader, manage, and implement analytical projects related to malaria epidemiology, interventions, and surveillance, as requiredSurveillance support (45%)- Manage surveillance activities in the region, in coordination with the CHAI malaria health informatics team and with support from their manager- Support development and review of national guidelines, standard operating procedures (SOPs), and training materials for malaria surveillance activities- Measure performance and determinants of malaria surveillance systems and provide prioritized recommendations to address key gaps- Support development, integration, and institutionalization of malaria information systems, including data collection tools and dashboards- Support integration of data use and analysis in routine programmatic activities at all levels of the health systemAnalytical support (35%)- Manage and coordinate analytical projects across different technical teams related to malaria epidemiology (e.g., drivers of transmission), targeting and evaluation of interventions (e.g., Indoor- Residual Spraying, Insecticide-Treated Net distributions, health worker allocations), and surveillance (e.g., data quality audits)- Provide high-quality analytical support to CHAI regional and country teams, government staff, and relevant partners, through the planning, implementation, and presentation of highly complex analyses- Clean, organize, and merge available datasets and assess their quality and suitability for analysis- Conduct statistical and spatial analyses (descriptive analyses, regressions, and other relevant methods)- Translate analytical results to national and sub-national government partners, ensure data are used to inform strategic decisions, and influence program strategy- Provide mentorship and review for team members conducting and synthesizing analytical workProgrammatic support (20%)- Perform scientific literature review on relevant topics as needed (e.g., surveillance methods, drivers of malaria transmission, intervention effectiveness)- Formulate and deliver national and sub-national level training materials with a focus on analytical content (e.g., data management best practices, online data collection tools), and surveillance strengthening- Develop and implement M&E plans for CHAI and program activities, including monitoring and evaluating the implementation of relevant malaria interventions, and surveillance systems- Ensure sustainability and country ownership of malaria surveillance and analytics activities by developing and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders across government programs, non-governmental organizations, and local academic institutions, with support from program managers- Indirectly manage other team members in the region and support trainings for regional and country team members on surveillance, analytics, and M&E activities- Synthesize results and communicate them through high-quality presentations, reports, and publications- Represent CHAI at external technical meetings within the region, and develop and document dissemination materials from these meetings- Any other tasks identified
- Lead on the development of technical guidance documents and materials for oxygen systems application: supporting CHAI and MOH on technical design, development, production and use of oxygen equipment and ancillary system needs.- Guide stakeholders to address the system planning, technology selection, specification requirements, procurement, distribution, maintenance, and asset management for proper utilization of oxygen systems and pneumonia and hypoxemia diagnostic equipment.- Provide responses to technical inquiries on oxygen commodities from key internal and external stakeholders. Provide support in the development of SOPs on the use of equipment and devices including, maintenance.- Uphold organizational quality assurance requirements in the procurement of goods and services, and support CHAI teams to provide similar advice to Ministries of Health.- Research and review technical dossiers of component suppliers and original equipment manufacturers.- Assist with market landscaping through market analysis, collating market intelligence, and conducting research.- Stay informed on emerging technology and research developments in the field, both nationally and internationally, and disseminate this information to broader team.- Other responsibilities as requested.
We are seeking a highly motivated individual with outstanding analytical, strategic, communication and teamwork skills. The successful candidate will adhere to the core CHAI values of resourcefulness, entrepreneurialism, flexibility, independence, humility, and work ethic. The Senior Associate will report to the Program Manager, Vaccine Markets Team. Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:- Develop an understanding of global market dynamics and market shaping priorities to strengthen supply security and affordability of current and future priority vaccines- Generate analyses that strengthen the business case for vaccine affordability and availability (e.g., demand forecasts, uptake models and market access strategies; production development, cost reduction and manufacturing strategies)- Support the design and implementation of supplier engagement strategies- Cultivate relationships with key global health partners, donors and vaccine manufacturers- Co-lead and PMO the MIC working group under the umbrella of the WHO Immunization Agenda 2030 to advance access to immunization in Gavi-transitioning and Gavi-graduated countries and work with global and regional stakeholders to improve support to middle-income countries- Contribute to the development of market intelligence on middle-income markets and its dissemination to global health partners, investors and vaccine manufacturers- Contribute to local vaccine manufacturing and procurement efforts by providing analyses, sharing insight and technical know-how into various efforts (e.g., PAVM), incl. bilateral supplier engagements- Lead preparations of presentations, reports, and other analyses to inform global policy and increase the evidence base for high-impact interventions- Creatively scope and initiate projects that could contribute to further improving supply sustainability and accessibility of vaccines for low-income countries- Support the development of concept notes and new projects- Any other duties as required- 25-30% international travel time would be required once situation allows
SCROLL FOR ENGLISH Responsabilités : - Fournir un soutien au MSAS, en particulier à la Direction de la Santé de la Mère et de l'Enfant (DSME), et aux parties prenantes pour réaliser une évaluation du marché ;- Collaborer avec des partenaires internes et externes pour analyser les perspectives du marché, le portefeuille de fournisseurs et les aspects économiques de production de toute une gamme de produits ;- Produire des analyses de données de haute qualité, synthétiser diverses sources de données en un produit complet et rationalisé afin d'aider les parties prenantes à réaliser des évaluations de marché complètes ;- Effectuer des recherches (y compris la revue documentaire) en profondeur sur le marché de la Santé Sexuelle et Reproductive (SSR), sur les politiques passées et actuelles, et exploiter les données disponibles et les analyses antérieures du marché ;- Conseiller le Ministère de la Santé et la Direction de la Santé de la Mère et de l'Enfant sur l'évaluation du marché de la SSR ;- Coordonner les réunions et faciliter le partage des connaissances entre les partenaires gouvernementaux et SEMA ;- Rédiger les procédures, les conclusions et les enseignements tirés des évaluations de marché afin d'informer les futures itérations de l'évaluation du NMHF et les interventions potentielles de structuration du marché ;- Appuyer la mise en place et soutenir la communauté de pratique composée de partenaires publics et privés pour échanger les meilleures pratiques ;- Construire de solides relations avec les parties prenantes au sein du gouvernement, des organisations non gouvernementales et du secteur privé pour soutenir l'appropriation de l’approche d’évaluation du marché de la SSR ;- Assumer toute autre responsabilité selon les besoins. ---Responsibilities: - Provide support to the Ministry of Health particularly the “Direction de la Santé de la Mère et de l’Enfant” (DSME) and stakeholder to conduct market assessment; - Collaborate with internal and external partners to analyze market outlook, supplier landscape, and production economics across a range of products;- Conduct background research including literature review of SRH market, past and current policies, and leverage available data and previous market analyses;- Serve as a trusted advisor to MoH/DSME on SRH market assessments;- Coordinate meetings and facilitate knowledge sharing between government partners and SEMA;- Draft procedures, outcomes, and lessons from market assessments to inform future iterations of NMHF Assessment and potential market shaping interventions; upport creation of and continued activities of community of practice consisting of public and private shareholders to exchange best practices;- Build strong relationships with stakeholders across government, non-governmental organizations, and the private sector in supporting ownership of the SRH marketplace;- Execute other responsibilities as needed.
- Drive engagement with stakeholders to develop a comprehensive communication strategy for operational interventions based on the project plan.- Work closely with the project team to develop a deep understanding of the target audience and design key communication content with behavioural nudges, using human-centred design.- Coordinate with stakeholders to understand requirements for IEC material (visual aids, flyers, LBLs etc.) and co-create through frequent consultations during the design process- Translate requirements into briefs for the agency to design and develop IEC material- Manage quality of deliverables from the agency as per timelines- Work with agency(s) to develop digital collaterals such as multimedia messages, GIFs, short videos as per need- Lead coordination for the development of scripts and copy for IEC materials- Conduct regular field visits to get feedback on engagement strategy from providers, patients, and the field team- Understand implementation challenges and barriers to adoption from all stakeholders, including patients and incorporate learnings.- Develop and update appropriate tools to enable field staff to engage with patients, bearing the above challenges in mind.- Design the communication template for community engagement for the Field Level Workers (FLW), including X-ray Coordinator, TBHV, ASHA and People’s representative at the local level.- Design and automate communications for a maximum engagement at monthly x-ray camps.- Develop appropriate patient education communication literature based on patient-level insights- Provide technical and marketing guidance to field teams.- Exercise administrative and budgetary oversight over the agency/project. Other responsibilities as needed.- The candidate should be ready to try different conceptual methodologies and bring forth nuances of patient-level communication with innovative approaches.- Work independently in a diversified environment with minimum supervision and meet deadlines under pressure- Perform various conceptual analyses required for the formulation, administration, and evaluation of projects.- Facilitate and serve as project liaison for externally managed patient Studiesa
- Co-create and monitor the strategic direction and implementation of the cancer program, ensuring equitable access to quality services, sustainability and scalability of key interventions on secondary prevention of cervical cancer.- Build and maintain trust-based relationships with donors, key government partners (national and state level), developmental partners, and other relevant stakeholders to expand access to quality cancer care.- Support engagement with new and existing donors, including developing workplans and budgets, writing and presenting narrative and financial reports to effectively communicate program progress, challenges and risks.- Lead program design and implementation of processes, systems for collection, collation, and synthesis of program data to inform program strategy, operations, and reviews.- Establish and maintain effective and collaborative working relationships and engagement with CHAI global and country teams, institutional partners, experts and technical/academic institutions at national and state levels, and ensure coordination of resources and effort for maximum impact.- Anchor grant management and coordinate program specific communication with the relevant program country teams, CHAI global cervical cancer team and donor. This entails:- Regular communication with CHAI program country teams and the CHAI global cervical cancer team to share progress and learnings from program implementation- Drafting required update reports (e.g., program progress report, project logframe, risk mitigation plan, etc.) and budget review documents to aid communication with the program donor- Preparing program briefs for the WJCF country and program leadership and the CHAI global cervical cancer team to aid in internal and external communication- Lead program communication by sharing key learnings, outcome and impact, through creation of impactful content and dissemination across a broad range of communication channels, including organizing and facilitating dissemination through stakeholder workshops and seminars.- Support identification of new initiatives – within, allied to, or in addition to the existing program on cervical cancer prevention; and work with the WJCF and CHAI leadership teams to identify and engage with potential donors to support such initiatives.- Aid and support other aspects of the cancer program by working closely with the WJCF state, country, and global teams.
- Support CHAI focal countries to adopt and integrate new and existing HIVST products into national HTS programs- Monitor HIV rapid diagnostic market, including generating uptake and demand forecasts, conducting research on suppliers, and tracking data on funders’ procurement plans and overall HTS strategy- Collect and collate country-level data on uptake of rapid HIV diagnostics, including procurement volumes, scale-up plans, and consumption rates- Support the Senior Manager with quantitative and qualitative analyses of market intelligence data to inform the development and implementation of supply side interventions- Develop presentations and strategy documents for/to internal and external audiences that clearly articulate and advance CHAI’s HIVST supply side strategy- Work with CHAI country teams, governments, and partners to identify funding for increased and sustainable investment in rapid diagnostic products- Develop and execute quantitative and qualitative analyses around major HIVST programmatic questions in focal countries, with support and supervision from the Senior Program Manager- Support workplanning and tracking of country activities in line with grant deliverables, including support to monthly and annual grant reporting- Provide technical support to HTS team, CHAI country teams, Ministries of Health, donors, and multilateral partners in development and implementation of evidence-based HIVST strategies- Provide additional support to country teams and grant activities as identified with the Senior Program Manager
Provide technical and operational support with designing, planning, budgeting, implementing, monitoring and evaluating vector control interventions and corresponding entomological surveillance. This will include:- Collaborating with the NMCP and partners to develop, pilot and roll-out digital reporting tools for Vector Control and Entomological Surveillance- Providing the NMCP with technical and operational support to optimize Larval Source Management (LSM) by strengthening operational guidance, capacity development, implementation and M&E.- Supporting efforts to strengthen and optimize entomological surveillance and insecticide resistance monitoring through development of technical guidelines, training materials and training of technicians.- Support collection of entomological, insecticide resistance and LLINs durability monitoring data, analysis, interpretation and their use to inform decisions.- Supporting NMCP efforts to establish routine systems and processes to track the coverage and use of Vector Control Interventions, including Long-Lasting Insecticidal Nets (LLINs) and Larval- Source Management (LSM)- Serving as a trusted adviser to the NMCP on issues related to vector control and entomological surveillance, specifically to translate corresponding normative guidance and field-informed evidence into practical programs. This includes developing and/or updating vector control technical content in national strategic plans, global fund proposals, guidelines, policies, operational plans, training materials and reporting tools.- Proactively developing and maintaining strong working relationships with key stakeholders across government and non-governmental organizations in country.- Supporting with dissemination of data and learnings via publications and summary decks to internal and external audiences- Provide ad-hoc support to the Dominican Republic as needed, around documentation and /or implementation of priority Vector Control activities and Entomological Surveillance.
Strategy development and planning:- In collaboration with team leadership, develop and refine the STRIDE grant’s KM strategy, learning agenda, and operational priorities.- Develop a plan to capture, analyze, document, and disseminate evidence from learning agenda. This will include refining the KM strategy throughout the course of the grant.- Work closely with country and global teams to ensure inclusion of learning agenda-related activities in annual workplans and appropriate resource allocation.- Identify and pursue opportunities to partner with other relevant organizations, donors, governments, etc. for joint development of learning products (where appropriate) and dissemination activities.Knowledge generation:- Work closely with global and country teams to lead and coordinate documentation and dissemination of grant-related outcomes, processes, approaches, and innovations as part of operationalizing the KM strategy and learning agenda.- Write, edit, and review learning and communication products including but not limited to program, policy, and technical briefs; conference abstracts and presentations; peer-reviewed journal articles and other publications; conceptualize and develop infographics and other visual aids as needed.- Work closely with global and country teams to refine existing measurement and evaluation systems and dashboards to ensure they support continuous learning cycles and adaptive management and provide the content needed for development of learning products.- Provide oversight on the strategic scheduling, flow, content, and quality of learning and communication materials, establishing a process to manage grant learning and communication assets.- Prompt, facilitate, and document pause and reflect learning sessions after all significant events and processes (meetings, brainstorming sessions, etc.).Knowledge storing and sharing:- Establish internal systems and processes to capture, store, and easily retrieve generated knowledge and communication products (e.g., best practices, manuals, tools, guidelines, policies, and strategies).- Strengthen use of Box as the repository for project, learning, and communication documents; facilitate awareness and use of these materials within and across CHAI teams.- Capture and distill insights on implementation of KM systems and processes to improve impact and practice of KM materials and systems.- Ensure development and delivery of high-quality, participatory knowledge/learning exchange events (e.g., webinars, conference sessions, and other events) to internal and external audiences and stakeholders.Capacity building:- Lead the development of tools, processes, and skills to enhance capacity for ongoing KM efforts within CHAI teams.- Support the development and implementation of approaches led by country teams to build the KM capacity of government partners.- Coach individuals and teams on the use of KM processes and tools.- Continually build own KM and learning capacity and skills.- Other responsibilities as needed.
- Support the NDoH in all areas of national AHD efforts, including planning and implementation.- Develop thorough understanding of the healthcare, pharmaceutical and diagnostic landscape related to the medicines and equipment portfolio within South Africa and globally including key priorities, challenges, and gaps in order to inform program development.- Oversee the translation of objectives provided by the government, donors, and other partner organizations into clear, prioritised activity plans and being able to report on the progress of executing these.- Develop and manage collaborative relationships with the NDoH, suppliers, partner organizations and other relevant stakeholders.- Ensure communication and alignment of activities across government and partner stakeholders’ efforts and across other CHAI programs in South Africa to ensure coordination and successful execution of the program.- Oversee analyses of policy and regulatory landscape to inform recommendations and support any revisions that may be required to ensure the smooth introduction of products and/or services.- Oversee quantification, costing, implementation and monitoring of detailed national commodity and equipment procurement optimization, introduction and scale up plans.- Conduct routine field supervision visits, data collection, and routine data analysis of national and program data.- Develop and maintain program databases and dashboards for performance monitoring and evaluation.- Oversee the development and input provided to relevant technical documents including health services provider training curricula, standard operating procedures, and service delivery guidelines to support the program scale up.- Translate objectives provided by the government, donors, and other partner organizations into clear activity plans, and provide guidance to DoH on prioritization of initiatives.- Ensure communication and alignment of activities across government and partner stakeholders’ efforts and across other CHAI programs in South Africa to ensure coordination and successful execution of the program.- Support the Program Manager on key deliverables and ad-hoc requirements, as needed.