Management Sciences for Health (MSH) saves lives and improves health, especially among the world's poorest and most vulnerable people, by closing the gap between knowledge and action in public health. Our mission is to save lives and improve the health of the world's poorest and most vulnerable people by closing the gap between knowledge and action in public health.
The success of the PRO-ACT project depends largely on accurate, complete and timely reporting of achievements to PEPFAR/USAID. Achievement of set targets is of utmost importance. Hence, the objective of the M&E Officer position is to provide technical leadership in the roll-out of LMS-ACT M&E plan in the states integrating it with other health systems and generating strategic data for program management, reporting and documentation of best practices.
Supervision: Works independently and reports to the State Team Leader.
Decision Making: : Working within project strategy and policy guidelines, makes decisions with regards to work responsibilities and is accountable for them.
Responsibility over data or information: Has access to information within project, and is responsible for program data generation and management.
Responsibility over assets: Overall responsibility assigned assets in the program.
Responsibility over Staff: None
In a bid to improve the delivery of qualitative PMTCT/EID services across project states, MSH will conduct a PMTCT /EID Update training targeting specific Health care workers(HCW,s) based on our training needs assessment. HCW,s from PMTCT sites for transition at the 31st of March to SMoH will also be prioritized selection within this training. For a smooth conduct of the training, 3 lead facilitators who will co-facilitate alongside MSH technical leads in respective project states will be engaged. These facilitators who will be drawn from independent project and program consultants, collaborating stakeholders including institutions of higher learning are to support training of health care workers in projects states. To ensure program sustainability, members of the state Center for Health Professional Continuing Education (CHPCE) Program will . The training will have amplification effect, as trainees will receive technical support from MSH, to conduct stepdown training in their respective facilities.
Terms of reference (TOR)
The position holder will work with the community capacity building advisor to support the smooth overall functioning and implementation of ProACT Capacity Development objective. The Program Officer Capacity Building will carry out activities in a prioritized manner, depending on the schedule of CSOs, Networks and community structures training events, the certification program, ongoing database updates, and requirements of the grant partners strengthening program. The PO/CB will participate fully as a member of the HSS team and contributes to its evolving strategy. The PO/CBO is expected to have a keen interest in the field of capacity development, documentation and reporting.
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