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      • Director at TSHIP

      • Key Responsibilities: Coordinates the work of the project support team for better performance measurement and tracking, among state teams and LGA clusters. The Director is the first contact with
        • 09 October, 2014
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      • Maternal Child Health Specialist at TSHIP

      • REPORTS TO: Senior Maternal and Child Health AdvisorLOCATION: Bauchi, Nigeria OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES:The Maternal and Child Health Specialist will provide technical support to increase access and i
        • 18 June, 2014
      • Director, Monitoring and Evaluation at TSHIP

      • Main Purpose of the JobOversee the design and daily management of the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) activities of TSHIP including: maintaining a comprehensive plan for M&E implementation; pl
        • 10 March, 2014
      • State Team Manager at TSHIP

      • Roles and responsibilities            •             Overall Objective is to cont
        • 20 September, 2013
      • Pneumonia Advisor at TSHIP

      • Summary of key functions:TSHIP is seeking to fill the position of an Abuja-based Pneumonia Advisor with program linkages with its state offices of Bauchi and Sokoto. Reporting to the Chief of Party an
        • 09 July, 2013
      • Child Health Facilitators at TSHIP

      • Roles and responsibilities     1. Assist the LGAs and ward personnel in developing a detailed micro plan, social mapping down to the ward particularly on the target population, where co
        • 16 May, 2013
      • Senior Security Advisor at TSHIP

      • 1. Works with the Deputy Chiefs of Party and Finance and Admin Specialist of both states and the Human Resources Manager in collecting, updating and communicating information regarding the security si
        • 13 March, 2013
      • Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor at TSHIP

      • 1.Participate in the overall and state M&E strategic planning activities and work plan development, and reviews.2.Lead the implementation of Performance Management Plan (PMP) in the target state3.
        • 13 March, 2013
      • Quantity Surveyor at TSHIP

      • The consultant will work closely with Finance and Admin Specialist in the two states to provide all required services that would ensure attainment of the overall objective as outlined below:• Car
        • 07 February, 2013
      • Civil Engineer/Architect at TSHIP

      • The consultant will work closely with Finance and Admin Specialist in the two states to provide all required services that would ensure attainment of the overall objective as outlined below:•Carr
        • 07 February, 2013


Nigeria, with a population of more than 140 million, is one of the ten most-populous countries in the world. Despite the country's immense resources, a significant number of people live in extreme poverty. The health system has been ignored for more than 20 years. This has led to devastating health outcomes. Each year, approximately one million Nigerian children die from vaccine-preventable illnesses, malaria, pneumonia, and diarrhea before their fifth birthday. Of every 100,000 live births, 1,549 women die. According to a 2008 Report on the State of the World's Mothers (Save the Children), Nigeria is one of the worst places in the world to be a mother. The worst situations are consistently found in the northeastern and northwestern regions of the country where Bauchi and Sokoto States are located. Both states face huge challenges bringing health care service quality and use to international standards. In response, TSHIP works to establish strong and durable bonds between community institutions and the healthcare delivery system in every ward of the two states, with measurably improved household practices and increased use of services. The project implements an integrated package to help state and local governments improve primary health care services and management by filling gaps in capacity, building on institutional strengths, and improving each household's ability to protect and promote its own health. Strategies focus on applying standards-based management to improve quality and performance; forging partnerships; increasing existing strengths; strengthening weak links; integrating maternal, newborn, child health, and family planning/reproductive health (MNCH and FP/RH) services; harmonizing methods for community engagement and mobilization; and transforming gender relations.
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