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Overview of the Project
CMMB Zambia anticipates the award of a five-year USAID funded project to be implemented on the Copperbelt and North-Western provinces of Zambia. The goal of the project is to mitigate the impact of HIV and improve the health and wellbeing of VCA through the delivery of high-impact, evidence-informed, and age-appropriate interventions customized for each VCA sub-population using a family-centered approach. The project seeks to improve the social and health outcomes of vulnerable households in high HIV burden districts across two provinces of Zambia (Copperbelt and North-Western) in close collaboration with the Government of the Republic of Zambia (GRZ). The Activity aims to ensure that children are a) healthy by improving access to health/HIV services; b) safe by improving child protection and prevention of gender-based violence (GBV); c) stable by improving household economic security and linkage to social protection; and d) schooled by improving school retention and progression.
CMMB Zambia seeks to fill the positions stated below to implement this project successfully.
S/he will be the lead technical expert for integration of community and clinical service delivery with a focus on accelerating and maintaining results towards “90-90-90”. This includes strengthening linkages and coordination between social service and health workforces as well as strengthening bi-directional referral systems to improve both health/HIV and social service delivery. The Community Services & Linkage Manager will strengthen implementation of comprehensive, HIV-inclusive case management with a focus on improving pediatric HIV case identification; strengthening HIV prevention focus, linkage to HTS, care, and treatment; retention among both children and their caregivers; and violence prevention and response. S/he will take the lead in overseeing the Applicant’s participation in the PEPFAR/Ministry of Health Pediatric Surge
Qualifications / Experience
Method of Application
Interested persons should send an Application letter, a detailed CV and copies of certificates to the email below: