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• Support the GIS Senior Associate in meeting with key stakeholders to identify and analyze user requirements for GIS applications. • Support the GIS Senior Associate to establish map area and develop symbology using cartographic and design principles. • Provide quality control about data capture, evaluation of data acquired from data collectors. • Assist in the preparation of base maps for villages and undertake digitization, geo-referencing, ground verification, etc.• Work closely with the Senior Associate, GIS in collating spatial and non-spatial information with respect to plot boundaries, network of basic infrastructure such as roads, sewerage, storm drainage and water lines, etc. • Ensure continued capacity building of MoH in GIS mapping and adjustments, and work transition following completion of work. • Support MoH EPI in building capacity of health workers in using of GIS maps for microplanning and conducting any necessary data analysis. • Supporting MoH EPI in conducting supervision of GIS microplan implementation, and evaluation on the effectiveness on the use of GIS microplans by health workers • Build capacity of MoH EPI in data analysis as required.• Willing to travel within Lesotho up to 25% of time.• Other responsibilities as requested by supervisor.
• Work with the MoH Health Planning and Statistics to design work plan to reconcile old and new data to update GIS maps for all health facilities. • Design of a georeferenced database able to contain essential information at village level. • Development of an easy-to-use data collection application that permits to capture data in the field (with no internet connection)• Provide training to all relevant national and district level staff on geospatial data collection. • Provide technical assistance and support to the field teams during data collection, and data entry.• Ensure all data generated by the field teams is efficiently sent back to the central team (after providing a reasonable level of quality checking)• Perform data quality checks and produce set of GIS displays and interactive maps that will enable different users access to layers of information and produce tailored reports.• Build capacity of MoH on GIS mapping and maintaining the georeferenced database• Develop standard operating procedures (SOPs), GIS manual, and training materials for updating of relevant data for updating of the GIS maps.• Promote a culture of high performance and accountability for outcomes under the guidance and leadership of Senior Program Manager, Women and Children’s Health• Other responsibilities as requested by supervisor
Operational Planning- Provide support to CNM on resource mobilization, planning, strengthening of coordination and communication within CNM and with partners and subnational level;- Provide management support for the development and dissemination of national and subnational-level budgets, budget revisions, and work plans for sub-recipients under CNM, simultaneously coordinate and relay work plan and budget feedback from CHAI program and subnational teams;- Strengthen the capacity of the M&E unit to support the implementation of the GFATM RAI3E grant in full compliance with PR-UNOPS guidelines for maximum absorption of GFATM-awarded resources;- Lead and coordinate with all CNM’s units and CHAI’s regional and country malaria team to work on budget detail of the GFATM RAI4E for 2024-2026;- Assist CNM’s technical bureau with strong coordination with other key implementing partners on updating the National Strategic Plan for Malaria Elimination and Malaria Elimination Action Framework; which including comprehensive planning, costing analysis and key indicators;- Coordinate closely with CHAI colleagues to ensure comprehensive and seamless program and financial management support to CNM.Grant Management- Assist CNM on initiating and modification the grant implementation policy dialogue with PR-UNOPS and to troubleshoot as necessary to facilitate full-scale implementation;- Reinforce and expand programmatic reporting and activity tracking tools and processes at central and subnational levels, further the capacity of government staff to conduct tracking on a regular basis;- Facilitate the implementation of CHAI’s Program Management TA Grant to CNM, track position-relevant deliverables and support bi-annual reporting processes;- Work with CNM technical bureau to optimize and cost national malaria program strategies through building excel-based budget models;- Support Cambodia’s future grant applications to GFATM and/or other key donors to further support the CNM’s commitment to malaria elimination by 2025.Monitoring and Evaluation- Facilitate updates to the standard operating procedures to facilitate work planning and improved monitoring & evaluation;- Support the M&E unit with data collection and analysis for periodic programmatic reporting to UNOPS/GFATM;Other responsibilities as needed.
- Provide direct support to surveillance and analytics workstreams including the formulation and conducting of high-quality epidemiological analyses to evaluate effectiveness of current interventions, understand disease patterns, and inform strategic planning related to malaria within the region- Provide onboarding, mentorship, supervision, and training of a small technical team- Perform scientific literature review on relevant topics as needed (e.g., surveillance methods, drivers of malaria transmission, intervention effectiveness)- Monitor, evaluate, and improve the performance of malaria surveillance processes and platforms, and contribute to the formulation of surveillance guidelines, SOPs and training materials- Design, implement, analyze, and disseminate operational research projects evaluating program or intervention effectiveness- Support design and routine implementation of monitoring and evaluation of CHAI and governmental programs- Organize, clean, and integrate datasets from different sources to aid program monitoring and evaluation and larger analyses- Formulating and delivering national and sub-national level training technical materials- Contribute strategic vision and thought leadership for how malaria analytics and surveillance can be strengthened in the countries and regions where CHAI works- Mentor to CHAI’s regional and country teams working with national malaria programs- Promote the routine use of epidemiological, entomological, and programmatic data and analysis to inform country strategy planning and program implementation- Review and contribute to surveillance and analytics components of annual country work plans to ensure they meet strategic goals- Synthesize and disseminate findings through high-quality presentations, reports, and scientific publications- Represent CHAI at external technical meetings with international and local academic and technical partners
Regional support (~50% LOE)- Provide strategic insights to the development of country programs as well as the overall CHAI TB program- Serve as a trusted advisor to governments and CHAI country teams on a variety of topics relating to access to medicines and diagnostic devices (e.g., drug quality and pricing, market intelligence, regimen optimization, diagnostic accuracy and pricing, procurement, forecasting, new product introduction, product tradeoffs, costing exercises, implementation planning and scale-up)- Support the introduction of new, improved, or less costly medicines by supporting country teams with the development of new product roll-out strategies for Ministries of Health- Support country teams with budget and scenario analysis; help develop strategies to advocate for the changes with key in-country opinion leaders- Provide analytic support to improve data utilization to improve TB program decision making and identify opportunities to increase program efficiencies- Develop and leverage expertise in procurement best practices for medicines and other health commodities in low resource settings- Build country capacity on quantification and forecasting practices to avoid stock-outs, minimize wastage and costs- Act as the focal point to manage the relationship between CHAI country teams and global team members (including the laboratory services and HIV teams and other programs)- Share best practices and key supply dynamics and access-to-medicine issues across country programs to ensure knowledge is shared on the strategies, tools and program experiences- Provide mentorship and guidance to country support associates and country staff- Responsible for tracking and monitoring grant deliverables across CHAI focal countries- Partner with country teams to devise strategies to achieve grant objectives in line with country priorities- Responsible for reporting and annual reviews for donors and internal CHAI leadership- Responsible for maintaining up to date expertise on MDR-TB patient identification to cure practices and knowledge sharing among internal CHAI teams- Support CHAI TB director & associate director in budgeting/fundraising and team management as needed- Anticipated 30-40% travel regionallyCHAI Vietnam focused support (~50% LOE)- Provide technical assistance and general project management support to the CHAI Vietnam Country Team’s designated project lead (and other country team members) with the day-to-day project management of two upcoming operational studies that leverage innovative technologies for diagnosis and surveillance of TB at the country level (approximately ~50% LOE).
- Lead the development of needs assessment matrix, District prioritisation framework and facility identification methodology in conjunction with Project Manager.- Collaborate with the Project manager to secure buy-in on the above matrix, framework and methodology from CTD, WHO and other key stakeholders.- Conduct thorough secondary research and primary data collection to gather insights for the needs assessment, including interviews with key stakeholders to obtain qualitative inputs and validate findings.- Conduct district-level facility visits to identify registration and installation sites for dCXR devices.- Coordinate with State and district teams to gather intelligence disseminate information and align pre and post delivery process compliance.- Identify potential risks and challenges to the implementation plan and develop effective risk mitigation strategies.- Proactively monitor the project by developing monitoring calendars, progress reports, tracking tools and support the procurement process in better understanding progress made at various stages to aid in informed decision-making.- Support program leadership in grant management activities such as tracking the project plan, drafting donor reports, overseeing the Procurement- Delivery-Installation cycle.- Synthesise and disseminate program implementation insights through presentations, reports, briefs, and publications in the state, with government partners, and CHAI program teams in other states.- Other responsibilities as needed.
Organizational Strategy (35%)- Advise and support CHAI Leadership to review the operations strategy, identify and execute priority projects for operational excellence to ensure CHAI continues to deliver results, whilst successfully managing growth and complexity of its operation - Support Chief the Operating Officer on priority projects related to operations excellence, global compliance, programmatic and country operations as assigned- Represent Global Operations in key committees such as Enterprise Risk Management (ERM); Safeguarding Committee; Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI) and Knowledge management- Serve on CHAI’s Operations Leadership Team (OLT) Global Operations (~35%)- Establish, maintain, and communicate consistent organizational policies and procedures that improve effectiveness, efficiency, and accountability- In partnership with Legal and Compliance ensure all relevant program and non-program countries are up to date and in compliance with respective government requirements. - Support CHAI country start-up and scale-down operational activities, ensuring that all necessary stakeholders are effectively coordinated, and compliance requirements are met- Manage the global operations team in the execution of day-to-day responsibilities, provide mentorship and support staff’s professional development- Support CHAI’s knowledge management processes using internal repositories and the consolidation, organization, and distribution of organizational-wide policies, guides, and practices - Develop and maintain annual budgets and track financial expenditures Safety and Security (30%)- Provide leadership on safety and security policy management and operational support to enable the safest and effective implementation of programs and CHAI activities- Oversee and ensure the development, implementation and management of security training strategies that increases skills, security awareness and security knowledge of all personnel across CHAI and lead the annual review of CHAI's duty of care competencies."- Ensure all safety and security policies, documents and reporting are effectively maintained and updated in line with industry best practice; including but not limited to country risk assessments, Safety Point Person training, and visitor overviews- Advise senior leadership on risk management protocols and liaise with senior stakeholders when managing serious safety and security incidents- Oversee the safety and security team in the execution of their day-to-day responsibilities, provide mentorship and support staff’s long-term professional development- Serve on and lead CHAI’s Incident Management Team (IMT) in times of critical incidents and/or elevated security conditions - Works closely with Regional Vice Presidents and Country Directors providing technical expertise and cross-cutting program coordination and management of safety and security- In coordination with the S&S Lead, conduct and/or oversee S&S assessments of operations in high-risk environments to ensure compliance with relevant policies and procedures. Make appropriate recommendations to strengthen these systems and address non-compliance issues
As a representative of the Clinton Health Access Initiative in South Africa, the Country Director will: - Define the overall country strategy, develop clear operational plans, and continually identify opportunities for CHAI to add value and maximize impact- Serve on and report to the CHAI-SA Board as directed by the Board- Work alongside the National Department of Health (NDOH) to develop and implement CHAI’s engagement, in cooperation with the South African government- Maintain a thorough understanding of the national and provincial level health system’s priorities and gaps, and ensure effective implementation and long-term sustainability of CHAI South Africa’s program areas (including, but not limited to, HIV/AIDS, TB, Malaria, Vaccines, Health Financing, Assistive Technology, Maternal Newborn Health, and COVID-19)- Provide high-quality technical assistance to the government as needed- Facilitate communication and coordination between government, partners, donors, and other key stakeholders- Lead and support fundraising efforts, including new program development and relationship management with existing and potential donors- Build cohesive, effective, and high-performing teams around new and existing programs- Provide leadership, support and strategic direction to senior management and Program Managers in planning and executing programmatic initiatives- Oversee the country program’s financial management, including development of program budgets, monthly cash flow and financial reporting, cash allocations and budget forecasting and planning - Oversee internal and donor reporting.- Maintain appropriate bi-directional communication and information flow with central operations teams
Strategy Development- Provide strategic leadership and guidance for global tuberculosis and country level TB programs, including supporting the development of the vision and priorities for workstreams, and overseeing the development of clear strategic and operational plans for program execution.- As a member of the leadership and management team for GTB, contribute to the strategy development for TB programs by sharing best practices and lessons learned from global and country programs, as appropriate.Program Management- Lead CHAI’s efforts to drive programmatic innovations that accelerate TB reduction and deliver value for money.- Oversee execution of program performance of global TB grants against donor, grant, and internal budgets, deliverables, and timelines.- Manage processes and tools for planning, budgeting, and financial reporting as they pertain to the TB project/program implementation.- Support the development and conceptualization of high-impact interventions to translate the results of relevant analyses into actionable plans and changes in policy and operations at the country level.- Provide technical guidance and support for global and country-specific TB programs and guide teams to resolve issues and mitigate risks; and support problem resolution where needed to ensure implementation progress and overall delivery of grant commitments.- Manage and build relationships with various external partners, including UN organizations, donors, implementing partners, technical partners, and suppliers, develop partner engagement strategy, and oversee partner engagement by staff members.- Work with technical staff to identify opportunities for evidence generation, and plan and execute evidence generation activities to inform international and national policy related to TB programmatic priorities.- Develop a trusted relationship and dialogue with program leads on other CHAI global teams and country teams working across the organizational matrix to ensure alignment on priorities, strategies, processes, and objectives.- Engage with country team leadership and TB program managers to assist with the development of the TB country engagement strategy to address specific TB-related concerns within a given country, assist in balancing allocation of team responses against that strategy, and supervise the implementation and execution at country level.- Represent CHAI at conferences, on task forces, and in other public fora; serve as a trusted advisor and partner to country government counterparts, global INGOs, and multi-lateral/bi-lateral organizations on a variety of TB market access issues.- Manage relationships with external partners and coordinate engagement with key stakeholders and opinion leaders on specific topics including TB regulatory and quality issues, pricing, treatment guidelines, and market intelligence by attending international meetings as needed.- Develop and maintain up-to-date expertise in developments in the TB field at the global level.Human Resources Management- Oversee overall staffing strategy, including direct people management responsibilities for recruitment, compensation, promotion decisions, and employee performance to ensure that team is objectively evaluated.- Directly line manage 1-3 GTB team members (at the manager and country support associate levels), including providing regular and ongoing technical support and performance management.- Role model the values and mission of CHAI and the behavior norms of the global tuberculosis program.New Program Development- In partnership with Senior Director, set fundraising goals, identify, and develop fundraising opportunities.- Identify potential opportunities to leverage donor and private sector resources.- Support fundraising, including proposal development, for new opportunities where appropriate.- Engage in regular cross-team global team meetings to ensure that TB is appropriately integrated into overall program planning and implementation for new business development opportunities, where appropriate.Other responsibilities and duties, as assigned.
- Support implementation and strategy finalization of NACO’s prevention strategy for at-risk individuals, “Sampoorna Suraksha”, currently being implemented as immersion learning- Assist in designing, development and smooth roll-out of data collection and reporting tool for facilities implementing Sampoorna Suraksha- Support development and refinement of program materials including development of guidelines, operational plans, training materials- Monitoring the progress of implementation including co-ordination with implementing facilities/states and visits to implementing facilities to monitor uptake of activities under the pilot, support facility staff and identify challenges and opportunities for improvement- Design improvements and mid-course corrections based on data analysis and qualitative observations.- Synthesize data and observations into presentable findings and learnings.- Assist with designing materials for client awareness and sensitization of healthcare workers and National and State AIDS Control societies.- Gap assessment, desk review and development of strategic & policy briefs to guide programs in newer areas and deepen engagement at the national and state level in areas of HIV prevention, HIV self-testing, STI management,- Triple Elimination of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV, Syphilis and Hepatitis etc.- Perform any other duties as assigned by the Program Manager.