Project/Activity USAID/Indonesia Monitoring and Evaluation Platform (MEL-P)
Zip/Postal Code 10110
monitoring and evaluation
HIghest Level of Education Master’s
Work Experience 7-10 years
Panagora Group, a small, woman-owned business providing novel and integrated solutions in global health and international development, is supporting USAID/Indonesia to implement its new Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) through a Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Platform (MEL-P) Activity. MEL-P provides its services through five components: 1) monitoring support services, 2) designing and conducting performance and impact evaluations, 3) providing research, assessment, and data analysis, 4) providing consulting and advisory services and logistical support services, and 5) initiating collaboration, learning, and adapting activities. Along with enhancing MEL capability, we also promote use of the empirical evidence for programming, learning, and adapting as USAID supports the Government of Indonesia (GOI). Indonesia MEL-P is supporting USAID with recruitment of a consultant.
Under component 4, MEL-P seeks short-term Maternal and Child Health Specialist (6-month contract). This position provides technical leadership and project management support to the USAID Indonesia Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Team.
This position will provide technical assistance to the MCH team, Government of Indonesia (GOI), private sector partners and civil society counterparts on matters related to the gathering and analysis of data to inform programmatic priorities and strategies; developing rigorous systems to measure programmatic progress; design and implementation of program evaluations; and developing strategic communication strategies and materials that have relevance to the appropriate target audience, both internal to USAID and external. Key responsibilities include the following:
Serve as a technical advisor to the Indonesian MOH regarding USAID’s MCH programming;
Identify new opportunities for connections between USAID/Indonesia Health Office and MOH and facilitate communication between USAID/Indonesia Health Office and MOH;
Serve as a technical advisor to USAID to ensure MOH needs are met in MCH programming;
Assist USAID and MOH with organizing and interpreting results of various USAID MCH programs;
Assist Indonesia MOH with identifying links between MCH programs around the country, both those nationally funded and those funded by outside donors;
Provide technical, analytical, and programmatic input to assist MCH programming to MOH and USAID; and
Provide any other technical or analytical input as required for the USAID MCH portfolio.
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