APHRC’s Data, Measurement and Evaluation (DME) unit has received funding from the Children’s Investment Fund (CIFF) to carry out an independent external evaluation of the project “The Digital Dividend: A Smart Contract for Equitable Health Care Outcomes’’ implemented by PharmAccess International (PAI). The project which is being implemented in Kenya (Kisumu and Kakamega counties) and Tanzania (Manyara region) uses a digital platform to enable pregnant and lactating women to access healthcare services through a ring-fenced wallet on their phones at a network of contracted clinics. The intervention is intended to directly benefit about 30,000 women in Kenya and Tanzania who will benefit from the improvements in provider services. The external evaluation is expected to take place from July 2020 to July 2022.
The DME unit therefore seeks to recruit a Monitoring, Evaluation and Research Officer to support the evaluation activities of the Digital Dividends Project.
The MER Officer will organize the routine assessment and evaluation field level activities for the Project in Kisumu and Kakamega counties in Kenya, and the Manyara Region in Tanzania. S/he will track and assist in data collection activities at health facilities to inform routine data quality assessments (DQA), base-line, mid-line, and end-line surveys. The MER Officer will be supervised by and work closely with the M&E Specialist at APHRC. S/he will have the following major responsibilities:
Qualifications and experience:
Preferred demonstrable skills:
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