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Provide strategic, technical, and programmatic support to CHAI’s diagnostics programs across 2-3 Asia-Pacific countries (~40%):- Work closely with country teams to develop their diagnostics strategy and workplans, aligned with global CHAI diagnostics strategy and country-specific needs- Provide day-to-day thought partnership and technical guidance to country programs on topics such as diagnostics-related national policies, procurement and supply chain management, healthcare worker trainings, data management, etc- Develop high quality deliverables to support countries’ programmatic objectives, including presentations, concept notes, tools, and models- Collect, consolidate, and share lessons learned and best practices (strategies, tools, and experience) across country programs to maximize impact of learnings- ~20 - 30% international travel may be required, majority of which is expected to be within the Asia-Pacific regionSupport the Asia-Pacific Diagnostics Consortium and other regional initiatives (~40%):- Conduct deep-dive analyses and develop preparatory materials to inform consortium discussions on gaps and priorities for diagnostics in the region- Engage and coordinate with a wide range of external stakeholders to ensure buy-in on the overall activities and outputs of the consortium- Provide ad-hoc support to other regional initiatives on an as-needed basisDrive cross-cutting global work streams, projects, and communications (~20%):- Lead the drafting of grant reports and presentations, concept notes and fundraising proposals- Contribute to CHAI’s global diagnostics strategy development efforts- Support development and implementation of special projects to further global impact
Specific responsibilities of the Supply Chain Associate will include:Global Supply Coordination- Provide the CPG with support to onboard new countries to the GFPVAN; provide ongoing support to 3-6 countries. - Execute training of assigned country users and other country stakeholders on supply chain data management principles related to GFPVAN processes and the GFPVAN platform.- Act as main point of contact between VAN and country data providers for the collection, review, and validation of national inventory and supply plan data for a portfolio of countries. - Work with country data providers to ensure that inventory and supply plan data is submitted on time and is complete.- Work with the CPG to vet contraceptive orders, allocate shipments across countries, prevent stock outs and identify potential funding shortages. Relay critical country-level insights in global discussions, quickly and effectively supporting information flow between country and global levels to address actual or potential stock imbalances.- Ensure that supply plans, inventory, and order/shipment data as presented in the GFPVAN are in alignment with one another for a portfolio of countries.- Create data validation tickets and work to resolve data validation issues for a portfolio of countries using the GFPVAN ticketing system when possible, or directly with country data providers.- Support continuous process improvement efforts through active participation in GFPVAN taskforces and workstreams. - Support ad hoc translation to help bridge understanding between the Francophone and Anglophone communities.- Flag CHAI focus country commodity gaps to key stakeholders at the global level (e.g. USAID, UNFPA, RHSC, FP2020, FCDO) and gain consensus on the gaps and to enact concrete solutions to address gaps- Develop relationships with key stakeholders working in SRH commodity security, becoming a respected and trusted thought leader in this area of focus within CHAI and within the global community- Conduct analyses of global consumption or procurement data, or other information, as needed- Provide country insight to the CHAI Global Markets Team to support market shaping efforts Country Supply Chain- Serve as a supply chain expert resource to the Global SRH Team and to country teams, providing technical support as needed on in-country supply chain and distribution systems- Respond to requests from Global SRH Team to provide support to country teams to strengthen national forecasts and improve supply planning processes, and build the forecasting and supply planning capability on teams as needed- Manage and strengthen system to monitor stock on hand, consumption and orders of family planning commodities and medical abortion products for CHAI focus countries- Collaborate with country teams to mitigate supply chain related barriers Knowledge Management- Complete knowledge focal point responsibilities as outlined in the SRMNH knowledge map- Inform program activities based on global evidence base, insightful analytical perspective, and lessons learned from CHAI and other partners- Develop and coordinate with SRH team members to develop global goods and knowledge products that advance our global evidence base General- Work collaboratively with Global SRH Team, Global MNH Team, Applied Implementation and Research Team (AIR), Global Markets Team (GMT), the Product Development and Regulatory Affairs Team (PDRA), other relevant CHAI global teams and CHAI country teams to achieve project goals- Provide analytical and management support as requested- Contribute to donor reports- Frequent travel to meet with global stakeholders in Washington, D.C., Copenhagen and New York as well as to countries in Africa and Asia- Other responsibilities as needed
- Support the adoption of a modern health information systems for the MoH.- Collaborate with MoH to carry out capacity building, ensure skills transfer and government ownership of digital health tools.- Carry out scoping and requirement exercises to be able to inform the development of new technologies.- Support the implementation of priority projects aligned with the Ministry of Health of Cambodia’s Digital Health Strategy (once approved), as agreed between MoH and CHAI- Develop and support in the creation of dashboards, scorecards and additional data analytics tools to aid MoH priorities.- Know or be willing to learn and develop new technology systems (such as OpenMRS, DHIS2, OpenLMIS et cetera)- Provide technical advice and training as needed to support the development of ICT solutions through other project activities across CHAI Cambodia portfolio- Other relevant tasks as requested
- Perform quantitative and qualitative analytical tasks using epidemiological, entomological, climate, and other related datasets to identify drivers of malaria transmission and inform the subnational tailoring of interventions.- Build the capacity of provincial, district, and health facility staff on data analysis and use through the implementation of routine and targeted capacity-building activities on data collection, data cleaning, analysis, and use using tools such as DHIS2, QGIS, ODK, and Power BI.- Present findings and recommendations from the data analyses to the Ministry of Health and Childcare provincial, district, and health facility stakeholders as a basis to inform the decision-making.- Microplan, coordinate execution, monitor implementation, and document progress and lessons learned on CHAI-supported activities such as DHIS2 routine reporting support, surveillance data analysis, clinical mentorship, malaria Epidemic Preparedness and Response (EPR), Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS) Campaigns.- Provide the overall support and coordination of CHAI’s support for entomological investigation across all the CHAI-supported provinces and document progress, key decisions, and lessons learned in line with the annual work plan.- Maintain key relationships with malaria stakeholders at the provincial and district levels to ensure alignment of operations and priorities while minimizing duplication of efforts.- Support identification of operational bottlenecks that hamper progress towards set targets and devise strategies to mitigate the identified bottlenecks.- Any other duties as assigned by the manager.
Provide strategic, technical, and planning support and bandwidth to country programs (60%):- Support country teams to develop country-level strategy and work plans, coordinated with global CHAI strategy- Provide day-to-day thought partnership, technical support, and bandwidth across country programs, including but not limited to policy, forecasting, M&E, service delivery and market shaping- Design and develop high quality deliverables to support the scale-up of country programs, including presentations, concept notes, tools, and models- Utilize and analyze programmatic data to support the monitoring of country-level program process against milestones, and work with Program Management to identify and mitigate risks to achieving program and grant goals- Support logistic management of product donation and monitoring of drug availability in country, ensuring strong systems are in place to ensure replenishment systemProvide coordination support across global and country programs (25%):- Share country updates with broader global team to inform global priorities and keep team members up to date on ongoing areas for support- Share global priorities, guidance, evidence, and updates with country teams to support development of national COVID-19 test and treat programming- Collect, consolidate, and share lessons learned and best practices (strategies, tools, and experience) across country programs to maximize impact of learnings- Provide support on cross-country / global work streams, including internal and external reportingSupport cross-cutting global work streams, projects, and communications (15%):- Actively participate in cross-cutting strategic planning and problem solving related to the growth, success, and sustainability of the COVID-19 Treatment Access program- Support drafting program updates, presentations, concept notes, proposals, and meeting plans, as needed- Lead or support development and implementation of special projects to further global impact, as needed- Work collaboratively with Global Diagnostic Team (GDT), Global Analytics and Implementation Research (AIR) team, Global Markets Team (GMT), other relevant CHAI global teams, and CHAI country teams to achieve project goals
- Work with MOHCC and partners to accelerate introduction and uptake of new COVID-19 medicines (including supporting development/dissemination of new guidelines, development of roll-out plans, tracking uptake and cost benefit analysis)- Work with MOHCC, the CHAI country and global teams to adapt and/or develop strategic and implementation plans- Support the design and implementation processes including systems for collection, collation, and synthesis of program data to inform program strategy, operations and reviews- Support training and roll-out of COVID-19 treatment through a test-and-treat program including pharmacovigilance associated with rolling out new treatment- Support the test-and-treat operational research (OR) component through protocol adaptation/finalization, facility data collection, analysis, and reporting, including cleaning and managing data obtained for the study and respond to data set queries- Communicate with the OR study team by organizing and coordinating meetings to discuss activities, progress, and challenges- Organizing and participating in health facility supervision visits in collaboration with MOHCC and other partners- Conduct procurement/export, clearing and distribution of medicines or related products procured by CHAI- Actively participate in national COVID-19 commodity quantification processes with MOHCC- Monitor supply chain and stock status across facilities and support MOHCC as required to minimize stock-outs- Work with the MOHCC and partners to assess opportunities for optimization of national Covid-19 treatment guidelines- Documentation of case studies and best practices as part of knowledge management and sharing within the access to medicines community in CHAI and beyond- Collect and analyse country level clinical data for treatment and diagnostic commodities to support Covid-19 programmatic decision making- Any other duties as assigned by the Program Manager
- Support implementation of Vaccines projects to strengthen NIP/EPI and PMD capacity and management and to meet donor objectives and timelines, including development of reports to donors- Support the development of guidelines, workplans, budgets and other materials for key activities- Support leading the implementation of the scale up of an integrated NCD screening and COVID-19 vaccine service delivery model at HCs and the development of local policy/strategic guidance for future integrated PHC models of care- Provide analytical support to the government to inform the planning and management of COVID-19 vaccines delivery, including (related to the above) identifying opportunities and costs associated with integration with other health services- Establish and maintain strong working relationships with key stakeholders in government, donors, and partner organizations- Collaborate with government to ensure skills transfer and government ownership- Support the implementation of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) systems to measure the impact of Vaccines programs and assess progress against project goals on a regular basis in coordination with the Program Manager- Develop influential presentation materials that work for varying audiences- Stay up to date with the latest knowledge, skills, policy/strategic guidance and industry trends in the immunization space- Contribute to strategic areas for expansion and support Program Manager in fundraising efforts- Work closely with the CHAI Global Vaccines Team to enlist support and capture and disseminate emerging best practices- Perform other duties that may be assigned by the Program Manager and Senior Program Leadership
In strong collaboration with the other CHAI members seconded at the MOH, the Program Officer will be responsible to:- Support the establishment of integrated screening for diabetes, hypertension and eye screening in the learning province- Support and build capacities of PHD/OD to build quality NCD services with guidance from both the PMD and NEHP departments- Support all activities that will lead to high rates of integrated screening such as:- Pilot strategy for referral- Support health care worker training- On going quantification of commodities- Support careful analysis and documentation of innovative practice- Support the establishment of regular communication between the learning province PHD coordinator and the national level MoH (PMD and NEHP)- Support identification of key best practices that would lead to national scale up- Support the development of guidelines, workplans, budgets and other materials for key activities- Develop the program progress report against the work plan and consultation with the senior program manager.- Collaborate with government to ensure skills transfer and government ownership- Perform other duties that may be assigned by the Senior Program Manager.
In strong collaboration with the other CHAI members seconded at the MOH or the subnational level, the Senior Associate will be responsible to:- Support and build capacity for the inclusion of NCD diagnosis and case management and support the development of referral pathways between NEHP and PMD- Support the PMD to identify gaps in data availability and support analysis to inform the government’s decision making- Support the government for the advocacy, the development of SOPs and the establishment of pooled procurement mechanisms- Support the target learning province to effectively and identify best practices that would lead to national scale up- Support the establishment of regular communication between the national level MoH (PMD and NEHP) and the learning province PHD coordinator- Support the development of guidelines, workplans, budgets and other materials for key activities- Develop the program progress report against the work plan and consultation with the senior program manager- Establish and maintain strong working relationships with key stakeholders in government, donors, and partner organizations- Collaborate with government to ensure skills transfer and government ownership- Perform other duties that may be assigned by the Senior Program Manager.
Working closely with CHAI teams, country governments, and partners:- Landscape review: develop a deep understanding of industry-leading program/project management, financial/accounting, and business operations technology- and process-based solutions, including how they can be deployed and utilized in malaria program settings.- Identify gaps: scope and identify malaria programs that could benefit from improvements to their existing processes, tools, and structures for managing and utilizing programmatic and financial data.- Country-specific scoping: understand and document the context and perspective of government programs facing challenges and their critical needs.- Offer solutions: propose feasible, tailored, and actionable solutions to improve programs’ ability to track and manage implementation of their programmatic and financial plans. This may include improvements to management structures, processes, or technologies.- Detail specifications and requirements: define project scope, select appropriate technology, and define requirements, specifications, process and data flows, and end users.- Configuration: select, liaise with, and manage sub-contractors (system implementers or software developers) as needed to build and/or configure tools according to the defined requirements and timelines.- Change management: Develop training materials and help train program staff in the use of introduced solutions as well as establish best practice SOPs for day-to-day use of these solutions.- Advocacy: Support the development of proposals and funding requests as needed to expand the reach of this to new geographies or intensify support where needed.