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Planning:• On basis of donor requirements and project needs, review and develop log frames and M&E frameworks for proposals, integrating M&E into project design, contributing to project planning, and providing timely preparation and contributions to donor reporting.• Assist with strategic program planning processes to identify key program indicators, establish processes to ensure functional and timely information collection, processing, analysis and reporting to support program decision making. • Design a monitoring framework for the defined PPP deal for AHDP project• Support program teams and country management for new project proposal writing.Monitoring, Reporting and Evaluation• Work with Labs Program Manager to implement and maintain AHDP M&E framework and reporting systems to measure the impact of interventions and assess progress against project goals • Collaborate with Program Managers to ensure that organization delivers on all M&E requirements across projects in a timely manner and with high quality information• Develop and maintain project management dashboards and reports to track key milestones, log-frame indicators and results of the activities undertaken• Plan and coordinate assessments (baseline, midline and endline) and impact evaluation studies in collaboration with programs• Design structure for AHDP PPP site selection assessment and routine monitoring visits and participate in field visits• Participate in assessment visits, trainings, supervision and mentoring at facilities and utilize data collected to ensure programs are moving in right direction, identify bottlenecks and solutions• Support and organize regular M&E meetings and ensure appropriate data is available for required analysis and reporting• Provide support for data analysis, interpretation, and reporting of results of activities undertaken and build progress reports for donors, global teams, partners and government Knowledge Management:• Identify and lead knowledge management and learning initiatives, including the development and refinement of learning tools• Work with programs to document best practices (case studies, end of project reports etc.) which can be shared with other CHAI offices and partners• Work with MOH team to compile best practices and lessons for PPP implementation and prepare case study documents for dissemination• Collaborate with teams to develop a centralized information and data repository to store and share key information about CHAI Rwanda program interventions• Monitor and share established best practices within Rwanda office – through forwarding relevant articles and other M&E resources• Serve as primary contact for global team, maintain regular contact to facilitate sharing of lessons learned and best practices• Prepare, present, and disseminate materials on monitoring and evaluation of programs to serve as reference, informational and advocacy purposes and to form a coherent basis for analysis of impact which promotes learning and program quality improvement and adaptation• Assist in development of M&E and Evidence for Impact tools Program Support and Coordination:• Support strengthening of evidence-based programming to ensure that knowledge management and learning become integral elements of project implementation leading to enhanced positive impact• Carry out KML need assessment and contribute to training program staff on data management and M&E, with a focus on thematic M&E coordinators.• Support to strengthen the capacity of MOH team to use PPP M&E framework, tools, perform analyses and use evidence for decision making and support establishment and implementation of evidence-based appropriate change management structures and systems through formal trainings and one-on-one mentoring• Coordinate with M&E teams through thematic projects to use standardized tools to ensure consistency of quality standards, harmonization of information and contributions from field and sharing of learnings• Coordinate M&E activities and collaborative initiatives with Research partners, Universities and CHAI global M&E teams Other responsibilities as needed
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Rwanda
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Rwanda
Additional Location Description
Kigali-Rwanda
Key responsibilities for this role include, but are not limited to: 1) Provide strategic and programmatic support for the design and implementation of in-country work to improve immunization coverage and equity in a sustainable manner- Provide input on the approach needed to meet in-country grant and program objectives related to immunization management systems, in line with the program strategy- Contribute to the design, planning and implementation of high-impact work with CHAI’s local country teams to sustainably transform service delivery in CHAI focus Projects could include:- Diagnose supply- and demand- side service delivery bottlenecks and developing strategies and interventions for improvement; re-design service delivery strategies for reaching unvaccinated children; develop robust monitoring and evaluation frameworks in which to assess impact of interventions; support governments in codifying results for advocacy to affect policy and practice changes; support governments in designing strategies for scale up - Support decision making on new vaccine introductions, robust planning and budgeting for new vaccine rollout, identifying risks to successful introductions, diagnose bottlenecks and designing bottleneck mitigation strategies pre- and post-introduction, identify concrete opportunities and best practices for simultaneously boosting new and routine immunization coverage- Explore and develop cross-country intiatives, for example sharing lessons and ideas between CHAI focus countries and exploring relationships/trends which inform CHAI’s work in several countries- Drive continuous development and effective dissemination and use of programmatic "tool kit", lessons learned, and other know-how related to service delivery across CHAI's vaccines program focus countries. Elements of the tool kits may include, but are not limited to:- Resource allocation and planning of outreach sessions, including “rule of thumb” guidance for estimating resource needs for outreaches from available data (e.g. population distance to facility), especially in instances where bottom-up estimates from facilities or communities are unavailable- Improved global policies and guidelines to ensure better coordination across EPI and MNH programs (e.g. updating of WHO’s Safe Birth Checklist to include HepB birth dose vaccination prior to mother/newborn discharge from health facility)- Technical support (tools, information and lessons learned developed across CHAI’s work) provided to country governments and partners and through global mechanisms that support service delivery and/or new vaccine interventions2) Inform national and global practices and policies related to immunization service delivery - Inform practices & policies based on robust evidence base, insightful analytical perspective, and lessons learned from CHAI and other partners to immunization service delivery and increase coverage & equity- Develop relationships with key stakeholders in relevant areas (ie. Gavi, WHO, UNICEF SD, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, PATH, JSI, Sabin etc.)and establish yourself as a respected and trusted thought leader in this area of focus within CHAI and within the global immunization community- Disseminate CHAI's programmatic insights to the global immunization community to inform policy and practices3) Support the development of CHAI's vaccines program, in collaboration with program and country leadership- Support development of program-wide and country-specific objectives and strategies regarding immunization service delivery- Support scoping and development of new grants- Develop program thought leadership in immunization service delivery to deliver against current and future goals4) Support program and grant management, in collaboration with program and country leadership- Assess progress against overall objectives & milestones in areas of focus and help prepare high-quality briefings for donors and CHAI management, including achievements to date, action plan going forward, and key risks & opportunities- Assess effectiveness of CHAI's theory of change and approach related to immunization service delivery in focus countries and recommend improvements- Contribute as a member of the global vaccine team to the effectiveness and collegiality of the team, help identify opportunities and improve CHAI’s vaccines program and team
Program (Division)
SRMNCH - Global Vaccines
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Rwanda
Additional Location Description
Additional program countries, pending approval
Program Management- Develop a workplan to organize CHAI’s efforts to support the government and manage that work plan in a dynamic fashion- Build and manage the CHAI Rwanda Health Workforce team to support the HRH Secretariat - Develop briefing documents and information dissemination products as needed- Manage CHAI team budget and expenditure- Develop and oversee execution of a monitoring and evaluation plan for the CHAI team- Pro-actively identify and mitigate any risks that is related to this program- Become a member of CHAI Rwanda Management team and actively participate and contribute to the development of the CHAI Rwanda office- Identify areas where support is needed, plan for and design the programmatic support- Other responsibilities as assigned by the CHAI Rwanda office leadership team and the governmentTechnical Assistance- Provide and manage internal and external technical inputs on all program activities- Provide strategic direction and technical oversight to data collection and analysis activities as requested- Assist the HRH Secretariat to develop a team and update its costed operational plan- Support the HRH Secretariat to develop a measurement and evaluation plan- Support the HRH Secretariat to develop interventions for additional health workforce cadres- Advise the HRH Secretariat and government stakeholders on governance issues related to health worker training and deploymentResource Mobilization- Support the HRH Secretariat to develop and implement an effective resource mobilization strategy- Identify, develop and maintain strong relationships with potential and existing donors - Support the development of proposals to solicit resources for the government and CHAI- Manage grant submission process including narrative and budget development- Complete donor reports and filing as necessary for various grantsRelationship Management- Serve as the CHAI focal point for engagement in the NSHPD - Understand government requirements for support and coordinate CHAI’s efforts to meet those requests- Effectively engage and manage relationships with key government and training institution stakeholders- Represent CHAI in the Govt Human Resources for Health technical working group - Develop, maintain, and facilitate strong working relationships with existing/new academic partners- Support the HRH Secretariat to develop and execute MoUs and contracts with academic partners - Troubleshoot academic partner programmatic and administrative issues with local stakeholdersLeadership, Administrative & Operational Responsibilities- To create an environment of continuous learning, where staff are encouraged, supported to grow and develop, and are willing to be held accountable for their commitments.- To support the CD in promoting culture that is inclusive and welcoming - To develop and maintain efficient and effective systems, and ensure compliance with CHAI Rwanda Policies, procedures and guidelines by holding the team accountable to enhance the smooth running of the program,- To provide input towards development of the Country budget and budget re-forecasts, with participation of operational and program teams in CHAI Rwanda- Address staff Safety and Security matters in collaboration with Safety Point Person (SPP)- Coordinate with the Human Resources department to ensure full compliance with the applicable laws of Rwanda- Other responsibilities as needed
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Rwanda
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Rwanda
Primary Job Location : City
Kigali
- Establish/advance malaria vector control workstream in Nigeria, Uganda, Benin, Burkina Faso, and Democratic Republic of Congo based on recommendations from a vector control landscaping and capacity assessment that identified barriers to efficient and effective deployment of vector control interventions across the region- Serve as a trusted adviser to CHAI country teams and national malaria programs on issues related to vector control operations- Provide technical and operational support with implementing vector control interventions, including long-lasting insecticidal nets, larval source management, and indoor residual spraying. This includes ensuring that vector control campaigns are planned and executed well, and identifying and disseminating lessons learned after intervention roll-outs- Support country teams and national programs to translate evidence, current research, and normative guidelines on vector control and entomological investigation, monitoring, and surveillance into practical programmatic and field operations. This includes updating and reviewing for vector control technical content national strategic plans, guidelines, and policies to align with global elimination recommendations- Work in close coordination with internal analytics team to facilitate implementation of operational research projects, including conducting background research, designing surveys, writing and editing protocols, conducting data analysis, and writing reports- Support CHAI country teams with translating results of analyses to national and sub-national government partners to support evidence-based decision making, and disseminating findings through high-quality and clear presentations, reports, and publications- Support country teams to identify and develop solutions to key vector control challengesProactively develop and maintain strong working relationships with key stakeholders across government and non-governmental organizations at the regional level- Support country teams with developing detailed operational plans, operating procedures, and associated training materials related to vector control, in order to build government capacity and support effective execution of malaria program- Other responsibilites as needed
Program (Division)
Infectious Disease - Global Malaria
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Rwanda
Primary Job Location : City
Kigali
Additional Location Description
Location flexible for select CHAI program countries in WCE Africa region
- Provide strategic thought partnership to Global TB Team and CHAI Country Teams in developing both global and country-specific TB strategies, ensuring alignment with CHAI's global TB strategy priority areas.- Provide support for in-country government and partner relationship building and assist with incorporating relevant government/partner priorities into country team TB strategies.- Assist in defining and implementing "diagnostic" assessments to identify strategic priority areas and workstreams for both global and country-level TB activities.- Facilitate cross-country learning and strategy alignment.- Develop demand forecasts and market models under various scenarios that account for product characteristics and pricing, donor funding, country regimen choices, and demographic factors. Models will focus primarily on TB drugs, rifapentine, TB diagnostics, and other new TB commodities.- Design data collection approaches and interface with CHAI’s country teams. Create quantitative models. Analyze and draw conclusions from large volumes of data from both the demand and supply sides of the TB market in order to advance CHAI’s collaborations with suppliers, inform strategic decision-making, and assess the impact of CHAI’s work.- Design models (“use cases” and “investment/business cases”) that can support programmatic decision-making by Ministries of Health (MOHs) such as scenario analysis for regimen transition and optimal service delivery.- Manage the development and maintenance of market intelligence databases, quantitative models, and forecasts related to prevention, care, and treatment for TB.- Track tender, regulatory, and pricing data. Compile and analyze global and country level procurement and performance data for TB drugs and diagnostic commodities to create reference prices and appropriate yardsticks for country comparison.- Build tools and models to support new drug adoption and scale-up and in-country forecasting and quantification exercises. Collect data as inputs for models. Lead forecasting training and sessions. Provide ad-hoc country procurement and forecasting support as needed.- Prepare analysis, build tools, and prepare slide presentations to support introduction and scale up of new drugs, diagnostics, and programmatic interventions, including costing, scale-up planning, impact analysis, and cost-effectiveness analysis.- Present analytical findings to internal and external partners. Draft internal newsletters and other communication tools.- Support ad-hoc projects with partners such as market sizing, procurement coordination, and global data sharing.- Liaise with CHAI’s Research and Development team to track drug pipeline and clinical trials data. Liaise with CHAI’s Supplier Relations team to develop materials for suppliers.- Provide ongoing fundraising support including the introduction and coordination of funding opportunities to countries as well as provide support on the development of proposals, concept notes, and associated budgets.- Provide hiring and surge support to CHAI Country Teams during times of in-country staff shortages and/or during launch of new TB activities, where needed/requested.- Other responsibilities, as assigned.
Program (Division)
Infectious Disease - Global TB
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Rwanda
Primary Job Location : City
Kigali

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