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- Work with MOHP and other relevant stakeholders to assess cervical cancer screening and treatment capacity. - Coordinate and manage distribution of HPV testing commodities and portable treatment devices by developing distribution plans and monitoring deployment. - Develop tools to monitor and track procurement and distribution, device maintenance and adverse event monitoring activities. - Work with MOHP to map existing referral pathways and design and implement an effective patient tracking system, including developing M&E tools to support patient follow up. - Support the review of national guidelines, treatment protocols and training materials to integrate updates on screening and treatment of cervical cancer. - Manage all M&E and operational research for the program, including routinely tracking program indicators, design of data collection tools as needed, leading collection and analysis of national and sub-national data, and presentation of analysis to support decision making- Support the MOHP to develop costed cervical cancer scale up plan and plans for resource mobilization to strengthen the national cervical cancer program. - Support the evaluation, write up and dissemination of implementation lessons across the project sites by supporting data collection, analysis and developing presentations. - Closely work with civil society and government channels and engage them in program development.- Develop strong working relationships and collaborate closely with key government, partner and donor stakeholders at national and sub-national level.- Represent CHAI at stakeholder and district meetings and participate in national technical working groups and committees.- Support the Program Manager in donor reporting and work-planning. - Perform any other duties as assigned by the Program Manager.
Reporting to the Technical Advisor, Sustainable Health Financing, the Associate will work in close collaboration with selected District Health Management Teams in the Southern Region of Malawi to strengthen health sector financing, planning and coordination at the district level and translate results to national level. Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:• Serve as a trusted technical assistant to District Health Management Teams on a broad range of health financing and systems strengthening issues, enabling districts to plan, allocate and utilize resources equitably, effectively and efficiently.• Facilitate the implementation of government planning, budgeting, and donor coordination processes and tools to improve efficiency and joint accountability as well as revise/ develop new tools where necessary.• Assess health systems bottlenecks at district level and work with government to design solutions. • Build government capacity on evidence-based planning, public financial management, and effective management of external funding by delivering targeted training and skills development.• Support the implementation and monitoring of District Implementation Plans through joint reviews with donors and selection of core health indicators to track progress.• Develop standard operating procedures (SOPs) and toolkits to promote the sustainability and institutionalization of planning and partner coordination processes.• Work across districts to share lessons learned and build a community of practice for mutual learning and capacity-building on evidence-based planning and translating these lessons back to national level. • Build strategic relationships and facilitate meetings with government, donors and external stakeholders to drive operational and policy changes.• Proactively suggest process improvements on planning and budgeting for adoption at the national level. • Perform any other relevant duties as assigned by the Technical Advisor, Sustainable Health Financing.
- Serve as a trusted advisor to the MoH on a broad range of health financing and health systems strengthening issues, enabling MoH to mobilize resources into the health sector and distribute them equitably, effectively and efficiently.- Maintain and leverage the CHAI’s continuous presence and relationships with MoH in context of health financing and health systems and increasingly engaging with other ministries and core stakeholders for multi-sectoral collaboration.- Support the national government to enhance improved and harmonized multi-sectoral planning for health through inter-ministerial engagements to strengthen coordination; resource allocation; efficient utilization of funds; prioritization of health needs; transparency; implementation of multisectoral interventions and increased domestic funding over time.- Support the government of Malawi to establish a formal structure/Committee for multi-sectoral collaboration for health, including conducting high-level engagements with different line ministries to secure buy in and developing TORs for the Committee.- Conduct analysis, develop tools and tailored briefs to support evidence generation for key areas including: funding allocation, utilization, absorption reprogramming, reallocation and mobilization of funds according to priority needs as well as develop templates for the committee to be used for evidence based decision making.- Provide recommendations based on the evidence generated on re-programming of funding towards critical underfunded areas in accordance to government priorities to ensure greater absorption and efficient utilization of funds, value for money and harmonization of upcoming donor funding.- Build organizational capacity and strengthen management systems; engagement of government officials in data use and evidence generation.- Other responsibilities as needed.