Archive for January, 2009

Pacific HIV & STI Research Centre

The Coordinator will have responsibility for establishing, building and managing the Pacific Centre for HIV and STI Research in accordance with the requirements of funding agreement/s for the Centre.


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USUCHD Summer Graduate Research Internship Program

The USUCHD Summer Graduate Research Internship Program (SGRIP) is a 12 week, on-site, research experience designed to orient graduate students from diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds to the area of health and health care disparities. For more information, visit

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PEPFAR Strategic Information Liaison/Deputy Coordinator

The PEFFAR Strategic Information Liaison/Deputy Coordinator will assist the PEPFAR-Namibia Country Coordinator and team Namibia in managing critical and time-sensitive communications and work products between and among the various USG departments and agencies involved in the Emergency Plan. S/he will liaise routinely with the Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator in the US State Department (particularly the Namibia Interagency Core Team and Country Lead), with designated USG/Windhoek counterparts, and with representatives of the USG PEPFAR Interagency Country Team. In the absence of the Country Coordinator, S/he will serve as the Acting Country Coordinator.

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Technical Advisor, Male Sexual Health (Thailand)

The Technical Advisor will provide senior level leadership to FHI’S country and regional programs globally in the area of male sexual health (MSH) and HIV/AIDS prevention. S/he will provide direct technical assistance and coordinate the provision of technical assistance in MSH to FHI country offices and implementing agencies globally and especially in the Asia Pacific region.

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Senior Surveillance Advisor

The Surveillance Advisor will provide broad HIV/AIDS-related expertise and guidance in program evaluation and monitoring; strengthen USAID’s ability to monitor program implementation; document results; and assess the programmatic impact of USAID’s goal to reduce HIV transmission and mitigate the impact of the disease on nations, communities and families. The Surveillance Advisor will also be a key contributor to the design and implementation of surveillance systems and reporting program results in the priority countries under the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and in other USAID-assisted countries.

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Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor

The Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor will serve as a member of the Monitoring, Evaluation & Reporting (MER) Team within the Strategic Planning, Evaluation and Research Division in the Office of HIV/AIDS of the Bureau for Global Health (GH/OHA/SPER) and support the monitoring and evaluation activities within the Division. Under the direction of the MER Team Leader, the Advisor will provide general support to the Division’s activities that include project performance monitoring, program level data gathering/validation, trend monitoring and reporting. Working closely with the MER Team, the Advisor will support the development of HIV/AIDS surveillance systems, and assist with the oversight, management and reporting on HIV/AIDS surveillance indicators and targets for these activities. He/she will serve as the Division’s specialist for monitoring and evaluation, provide technical input on surveys and assist with operational research, tracking studies, and program assessments.

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Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist – Tanzania

Intrahealth International, Inc. is currently accepting applications for the Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist position on the Tanzania Human Resource Capacity Project. The Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist is accountable for orchestrating M&E related program activities and achieving all M&E related program results. The goal of the Tanzania Human Resource Capacity Project is to strengthen capacity in both the public and private sector to help build and maintain an effective workforce and HR management information system for Tanzania’s health and social welfare services.

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