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Closing date: Tuesday, 24 October 2017

OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMME


The Ministry of Health, Nutrition & Indigenous Medicine is the Principal Recipient of the grants awarded by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM). The four grants are mainly for the prevention and control of HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria in Sri Lanka and Strengthening of the Health System in the Northern Province. Total grant value of all four grants exceeds US $ 30 million. The grants are expected to run up to end of 2018 (except for the HSS grant that has ended on the 30 June 2017 and is now in the closure period). All four programs are coordinated through a Program Management Unit (PMU) at the Ministry of Health, Nutrition & Indigenous Medicine. The Ministry of Health, Nutrition & Indigenous Medicine has requested for WHO Country Office support to effectively scale up the implementation of the current active grants (LKA-H-MOH,LKA, LKA-H-FPA, LKA-T-MOH and LKA-M-MOH) and with the preparation of the next funding request to be submitted to the GF in January 2018. To support WHO in above tasks and other relevant activities,

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES

Under the overall guidance of the WHO Representative and in close coordination with the National Professional Officer (CDC), the incumbent will:

Support timely implementation of activities of the GF grants

Design a detailed activity plan to implement the current active GFATM project activities of National HIV, Malaria and TB Programmes with the timeline and expected outputs.

Support to the NSACP, AMC and NPTCCD to implement the current active GFATM project activities in a timely manner by efficient coordination with the relevant stakeholders and proper logistic arrangements for procurements of equipment/consumables.

Support monitoring and reporting of the activities of GF grants

Support continuous monitoring of the implementation of current active GFATM project activities

Support to ensure that information and data of the current active GFATM project activities on HIV, Malaria and TB are captured, documented, analyzed and reported in a results-based manner, focusing on the achievement of expected results.

When and where necessary, make field visits with Project Implementation Unit staff and conduct qualitative and quantitative checks to obtain accurate feedback.

Assist in design and conduct of the External Review of National responses HIV/AIDS and STIs and TB

Support implementation of the review recommendations for HIV/AIDS and STIs and TB

Support development of National Strategic Plans and or concept notes for the new applications for funds from the GFATM project on HIV, Malaria and TB

Support NSACP and NPTCCD in designing and planning the development of National Strategic Plans and concept notes for the new applications for funds of the GFATM project

Support AMC in updating National Strategic Plans for sustaining eliminations and prevention of re-entry

Coordinate with WHO and GF to identify the resource persons to designing and planning the development / updating of National Strategic Plans and or concept notes for the new applications for funds of the GFATM project

Participate in the activities of the designing and planning the development/ updating of National Strategic Plans and or concept notes for the new applications for funds of the GFATM project

Correspond with the WHO and GF on matters related to designing and planning the development / updating of National Strategic Plans and or concept notes for the new applications for funds of the GFATM project

Ensure timely submission of National Strategic Plans and or concept notes for the new applications for funds of the GFATM project

Undertake any other tasks/duties as may be assigned by the supervisor

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Education

Essential: Degree in public administration, statistics, sociology, economics, medicine, public health or other relevant field from a recognized University.

Desirable: Post-Graduate Degree in Public Health

Experience

Essential: Minimum of 5 years‘ experience at the national level in communicable disease control

Desirable:

Familiarity of WHO policies and practices

Familiarity with Government structures and procedures

Familiarity with Non-Governmental Organizations and the Private Sector

Working experience in public health at national and international levels and the capacity in working for foreign funded projects.

Skills

Demonstrable experience in writing and implementing health related programmes/projects

Track record of publications in peer reviewed journals in relevant field/ areas

Membership of Sri Lanka Evaluation Association (SLEVA).

Desirable: Knowledge of WHO programmes and practices an assets

Other IT skills:

Ability to draft technical report

Strong computer skills - adept at statistical software, spreadsheet, word processing, Presentation, internet and email software.

WHO Competencies

1. Teamwork

Respecting and promoting individual and cultural differences

Communication

Producing results

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