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The key objective for the short-term technical assistance is to facilitate the development of multi-disease HMIS tools for reporting by Secondary and Tertiary health facilities in line with the national HMIS strategy.
Liaise with relevant staff of FMoH, Departments and other stakeholders to review existing HMIS tools i.e. the data collection and the reporting tools; the SOP for the facility HMIS tools, reporting process and data flow in these facilities to understand the system and identify the gaps
Develop draft HMIS tools for use by Secondary and Tertiary health facilities
Present the draft documents in a workshop with the core stakeholders
Finalise the tools and SOP for reporting by Secondary and Tertiary health facilities.
Develop draft training materials and DQA assessment checklist
Participate in the pilot of the tools
Facilitate a 2 days residential workshop after the pilot with identified stakeholders to review and finalize the tools, SOP, training materials, etc as appropriate
Support FMOH to develop plans to roll out the tools i.e. Training of trainers workshop, step down training, etc
Submit final HMIS tools and SOP for reporting by Secondary and Tertiary health facilities, Private Clinics, Faith-based Hospitals to RSSH.
Minimum qualification of a Master's degree or equivalent, in Public Health, Epidemiology or related field.
Strong technical capabilities and demonstrated the ability to gain the assistance and corporation of others in a team
Strong interpersonal and communication, resourcefulness, initiative, tactful, and negotiating skills, and the ability to cope with the situation which may pose a conflict
Ability to handle effectively multiple tasks without compromising quality, team spirit and positive working relationship.
Ability to resolve complex problems with minimal supervision
Proficient in computer skills.
At least 5 years
10 years of experience on the National Health Management Information System.
Good knowledge of the NHMIS tools, procedures and operational procedures of data flow.