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The Leprosy Mission (TLM)
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Full Time
02 December, 2022
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Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning officer

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Applicants must have a relevant post graduate degree in public health, Epidemiology, Health information system, or related field and possess skills, knowledge and experience at the following:

  • At least 6 years or more of work experience in project management and monitoring and evaluation.
  • Proven expertise developing monitoring and evaluation tools and system
  • Demonstrable experience in conducting baseline survey, data collection analysis, interpretation and report writing.
  • Previous experience on the area of TB and Leprosy program is required
  • Skilled at networking at different levels (International, national with government and other stakeholders such as local NGOs/DPOs),
  • Working knowledge of English; Excellent spoken and written Amharic,
  • Up-to-date computer literacy skills – Ms Office and other data analyzing software like SPSS 
  • Demonstrable analytical skills to acquire information, analyze data and draw conclusions,  
  • Proven skills in strategic and creative thinking – to problem solve and develop solutions,
  • Demonstrable ability to represent and speak on behalf of the organization and project at work groups.

Applicant should have these attributes :

  • Be committed to the mission, vision and values of TLMI-Ethiopia.  
  • Ability to work in an international development consortium environment,
  • Endorse and upload the safeguarding policy of TLMI-Ethiopia and ensure that all work considers the safeguard of current and potential beneficiaries,
  • High level of interpersonal skills and relating well across a multi-cultural and multi-ethnic environment,
  • Be able to exercise flexibility, diplomacy and confidentiality in all matters.
  • Be able to work in a team, promoting and supporting all team members as equals.
  • Be able to work independently
  • Be resourceful, pro-active and self-motivated, working independently and with initiative.
  • Be able to work under pressure to meet deadlines, multiple tasks and competing priorities
  • Committed to working with integrity and be able to demonstrate what this means.
  • Be committed to working with communities and developing others.

In Ethiopia, TLM is involved in early leprosy case detection in targeted high burdened area of Ethiopia; Prevention and reduction of disability burden in specific leprosy burden areas and empower People affected by leprosy and persons with disability, their family members, and communities and live a dignified life.

 We are recruiting for Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning officer(MEAL) for TLMI Ethiopia’s Dare to Dream project which is going to implement in the East Gojam Zone of Amhara region (Enemay, Debay Tilatgen, Enarj Enawga and Shebel Berenta woredas). This role will also manage the project once it commences. 

 As a key member of the program team, the MEAL Officer will be based in head office at Addis Ababa, with significant travel project area. 

Project Overview 

Dare to Dream (D2D) project seeks to contribute in prevent leprosy transmission in Ethiopia by strengthening the health system to be able effectively find, diagnose, treat and manage complications of leprosy promptly, especially among rural women and children.

The project will work in partnership with the Ethiopian Ministry of Health to pilot a new, integrated and comprehensive model for leprosy control in rural hot spots in selected woredas. The project will train and equip healthcare providers at the primary, secondary and tertiary levels with the required skills, tools, and resources to accurately diagnose, treat, refer and manage leprosy and disability complications.

The project will strengthen the health systems by investing in innovative technology, virtual consultations, close monitoring & supervision structures, and robust information management systems. Along with the health workers, the project will also engage and train key community stakeholders, including persons affected by leprosy, their local associations, faith leaders and other community-based organisations to play an active role in early detection of leprosy cases, ensuring compliance to treatment, promoting community and family-based self-care to prevent disabilities, and reducing stigma and discrimination against people affected by leprosy and disabilities.

 What you will be doing

We are looking for a highly motivated individual who will capable and responsible to enhance the quality of D2D project through improved monitoring and accountability system in the entire project areas, collecting, collating and verifying the information received from project districts in a way that provides current situation for appropriate programming and evidences of change over time. He/She is responsible to help write the MEAL of new project designs and support the overall project planning, measurement, monitoring, evaluation and lessons learned in the efficient functioning and continual improvement of the program to achieve the desired results the project.    

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