|Deadline:||28.02.2021 23:59:59 The deadline for applications has expired|
|Salary:||According to the interview results|
|Work experience:||At least 3 years|
|Type of involvement:||full time|
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ICAP at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health works with host country government and non-government organizations to strengthen health systems and build capacity for programs related to HIV, COVID-19, and other debilitating illnesses like tuberculosis and malaria. In the Kyrgyz Republic, ICAP implements CDC-funded activities aimed to achieve HIV epidemic control by building the capacity of local service providers to deliver effective HIV prevention, testing, and treatment services and by strengthening HIV-related strategic information systems and improving data use for HIV program management. Since 2020, ICAP also provides technical assistance to the Ministry of Health to ensure an effective response to the COVID-19 epidemic.
Under the direct supervision of the National Coordinator and broad guidance of the Regional Deputies, the Program Specialist is responsible to provide technical and programmatic support to the development, implementation, and monitoring of public health interventions aimed to scale-up and/or improve the quality of healthcare services provided at the supported sites, as well as surveillance efforts. Specific areas of focus include, but are not limited to: interventions aimed to improve HIV case finding, primarily index partner testing, and pre-exposure prophylaxis (PreP); implementation of integrated bio-behavioral surveillance, including site-level data collection quality assurance, and data analysis support; participation in the development and implementation of COVID-19 response technical assistance activities.
Ability to travel for 5-7 days or more every two months to different sites across the country
ICAP at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health supports high-quality HIV-related activities around the world. ICAP works with host countries and other organizations to build capacity for HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and treatment programs. In the Central Asian region, ICAP receives PEPFAR funding from the U.S. Government (USG) through the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for implementation of the SUPPORT Project aimed to strengthen HIV-related strategic information systems and to build capacity for the provision of HIV prevention, care and treatment services.
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