OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMME
The Division of Country Health Programmes (CHP) assists country efforts to reduce the burden of non-communicable and communicable diseases and address the social, economic and environmental determinants of health, and promotes policies and actions for health through stewardship of the WHO European Healthy Cities Network.
containing and controlling antimicrobial resistance; addressing existing and emerging environmental health risks, and supporting violence and injury prevention.
A determination to ensure universal access to people-centred quality health services across the continuum of careis matched by enriching the evidence base for policy design and interventions using social, cultural and behavioural approaches, to drive implementation of innovation at national, regional and local levels.
The WHO country office works with the National Authorities to achieve the highest standard of health as a fundamental human right, based on equity and on SDGs principle of leaving no one behind.
WHO actions are engrained in the WHO 13th General Programme of Work with its 3 prong objectives of promoting healthier populations, keeping the world safe through addressing health emergencies, and protecting the vulnerable through Universal Health Coverage.
and (vi) monitoring and assessing health trends.
The WHO Country Office is an integral part of the WHO Regional Office for Europe. Its main role is to facilitate and coordinate all WHO activities at country level and to implement the European Programme of Work 2020-2025 - United Action for Better Health in Europe which sets out a vision of how the WHO Regional Office for Europe can better support countries in meeting citizens' expectations about health.
This is done through facilitating the implementation of the Biennial Collaborative Agreement with the country and its corresponding workplan.
The WHO Country Office maintains good working relations and ensures information exchange between the country and WHO, policy and strategic guidance on Health issues to all national and international partners in the country, provision of direct technical expertise when needed and aims at more community engagement and participation, and to promote health equity.
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES
To provide technical assistance in HIV monitoring and evaluation to the Ukrainian Ministry of Health, Centre for Public Health and the National HIV Programme and provide training, mentoring and support to Ukrainian healthcare facilities providing HIV treatment, with the overall aim to end HIV in Ukraine.
Key duties :
5. Provide frameworks for monitoring and evaluating effectiveness of HIV service delivery
10. Support relatedadvocacy efforts for improving HIV service delivery, including policy dialogueand advocacy round tables with regional health authorities;11.
18.Perform other duties as designated by the supervisor within the technical scope of the position.
Essential : University degree (Bachelor's level) inmedicine, public health, epidemiology or related area of study.
Desirable : Master's degree in any of the above-mentionedareas. Post-graduate training in HIV.
Essential : At least two years of work experience in HIV monitoringand evaluation at the national level.
Desirable : Relevant work experience within WHO, UnitedNations or another international organization.
6. Emotional intelligence - ability to identify and manage one's own emotions, as well as helping others to do the same.
Respecting and promoting individual and cultural differences
Building and promoting partnerships across the organization and beyond
Use of Language Skills
Essential : Expert knowledge of English. Expert knowledge of Russian. Expert knowledge of Ukrainian.
Desirable : REMUNERATION
Remuneration comprises an annual base salary starting at USD 37,537 (subject to mandatory deductions for pension contributions and health insurance, as applicable) and 30 days of annual leave.
This vacancy notice may be used to fill other similar positions at the same grade level Only candidates under serious consideration will be contacted.
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Therefore, only applications from nationals of the country where the duty station is located will be accepted. Applicants who are not nationals of this country will not be considered.