Final Performance Evaluation, MCH/FP/RH Technical Team Member
APHIAplus Nairobi / Coast, Kenya
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APHIAplus Nairobi/Coast is a cooperative agreement with Pathfinder International and is managed by USAID/Kenya’s Office of Population and Health (OPH).
The award began on January 1, 2011 and ends on December 31, 2013.
This project is one of five regional service delivery mechanisms under the APHIAplus Service Delivery awards. APHIAplus stands for AIDS Population and Health Integrated Assistance – People-centered, Leadership-focused, Universal access and Sustainability.
The Implementation Framework envisioned these projects supporting delivery of critical health services at the provincial and district levels while working in coordination with USAID-funded national-level technical assistance partners.
Under this task order, MSI’s national Team Member shall work closely with the Evaluation Team to conduct a final Performance Evaluation of the APHIAplus Nairobi/Coast program.
Findings and recommendation will inform USAID, the GOK and other stakeholders on what has worked, what has not worked and why.
Recommendations will also shape strategies, approaches and activities for the follow-on program design.
The period of performance of this task order will start from May 27, 2013.
The evaluation will take place in Nairobi and Coastal regions where the APHIAPlus program has been operating.
**This is a local position. Only Kenyan Nationals are eligible to apply. **
The team member will work under the stewardship of the Evaluation Team Leader to conduct the evaluation.
The main objective of this final evaluation is to assess the performance of the APHIAPlus Nairobi/Coast Project.
The specific objectives are:
- To conduct an in-depth qualitative assessment of technical and management approaches, coordination with host country and other stakeholders and support to country health systems.
- To conduct a quantitative review of project achievements based on assigned targets in HIV/AIDS, FP/RH and Child Survival activities.
- A Master’s Degree in public health, health sciences, or related field; a PhD, or advanced clinical degree is a plus.
- 5+ years of professional experience in implementing and/or managing MCH/FP/RH programs in Africa, with some M&E experience.
- Experience working on USAID health-related evaluations and development projects.
- In depth understanding of high-impact health interventions and health system strengthening.
- Demonstrated written communications skills, especially in drafting evaluations, assessments and reports, required.
- Familiarity with USAID Forward quality evaluation standards and requirements.
Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted.
No phone calls, please.
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