A-General Works with a cooperative attitude and keep a high standard of quality Develops a spirit of cooperation and understanding among members of the organization. Follows SAF’s established policies, procedures, and objectives; continuous quality improvement initiative works/ performance B-Duties and responsibilities: Prepare provincial action plan based on malaria project work plan and coordinate the malaria interventions/activities with PMLCP and relevant stakeholders at provincial level. Ensure access to effective diagnosis and treatment facilities at health facility and community levels (malaria commodities including lab reagent, RDT, ACT, Primaquine, Chloroquine…etc). Collection and review of monthly MLIS/DHIS2 reports and provide regular feedback to health facility level for improvement. Facilitate and support the MLIS and DHIS2 data entry process and submit the MLIS hub to NMLCP malaria project manager of related BPHS NGO. Follow up of the MLIS feedback received from NMLCP through malaria project manager of the related BPHS NGO with close coordination of the PMLCP. Regular supply of malaria medicine/LLIN and other commodities to the health facilities and community levels and establish stock management system to prevent stock-out of essential anti-malarial medicines). Prepare project quarterly progress update and submit to malaria project manager Collect and review monthly stock/consumption reports and submit consolidated quarterly report to malaria project manager. Facilitate training need assessment process and develop training plan with close coordination of Malaria project manager, NMLCP and PMLCP. Conduct malaria trainings using appropriate methodology, training materials and equipment’s needed for addressing different target group under training program. Prepare malaria training reports, maintain and update the training database. Facilitate and ensure the implementation of malaria & leishmaniasis related IEC activities at provincial level Conduct regular monitoring & supervision visits to health facilities and community level (health post) and provide feedback to the health facilities and health post and submit the final report to malaria project manager. Support malaria & leishmaniasis related operational research and surveys at provincial level. Participate in national and provincial coordination meetings when required Establish an early warning system, monitor and analyze malaria the data and ensure timely detection and response to malaria outbreaks Develop provincial malaria outbreak investigation and response plans with PMLCP according to the national strategy. Ensure outbreak response capacity including contingency stock and access to pre-positioned supplies in the event of an outbreak. Carry out – job related activities delegated by direct supervisors.
Solidarity for Afghan Families (SAF) was established on October 2005 as a non-governmental, non-political, and non-profit organization with an independent legal identity. The vision of the organization is to get to a developed and welfare society for Afghan families and the mission of the organization is to empower and enabling Afghan families to combat against diseases, poverty, social injustice, and illiteracy –
University degree in medicine from MoPH registered medical facultyAt least one years’ experience in health system managementWorking knowledge of English, Dari,and Pashto languagesWorking knowledge of office softwareGood coordination and communication skills
No. Of Jobs
Years of Experience
At least One Year
6 months Extendable
As per SAF Salary Scale
Interested Applicants are requested to submit a cover letter and detailed CV, through e-mail address (email@example.com), indicating on the subject line the title of the position and vacancy number (SAF-Dec-001 Case Management Focal Point). Please note that applications received after the closing date will not be given consideration. Only shortlisted candidates whose application responds to the above criteria will be contacted for test/interview NOTE: Please DO NOT send your education documents with your CV.