NPO (Noncommunicable Diseases – Service Delivery) , WHO – Mauritania

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OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMME

Apporter un appuitechnique au gestionnaire du programme national de lutte contre les MNT auniveau de la province sur les questions de politique et d’elaboration de Plansstrategiques nouvelles a mettre en place pour l’elimination des MNT dans la province d’affectation ;Faciliter la concertationet la collaboration avec les autres partenaires et parties prenantes de lasanteet specialement de lutte contre les MNT ;Mettre en place etentretenir un partenariat pour la planification et la mobilisation desressources pour la mise en œuvre des activites de lutte contre les MNT dans lesprovinces ciblees ; Soutenir le developpement/ l’adaptation du materiel de formation et des directives techniques pour lalutte contre les MNT pour le renforcement des capacites des acteurs dans lesprovinces ciblees ; Participer a la preparation et a l’organisation d’activites de formation au niveau provincialeet districts et suivre l’evaluation des prestataires et des facilitateurs pourassurer la qualite de la formation et de la performance;Soutenir toutes les activites visant l’elimination des MNT conformement a la strategie dans lesprovinces ciblees.

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES

Le/ la titulaire est responsable destaches suivantes :1. Fournir des conseils techniques au ministere de la Sante et a d’autresinstitutions nationales pour renforcer les capacites nationales a repondre adequatement et mettre en œuvre une approche integree de la prevention des maladies non transmissibles, des facteurs de risque et des determinants de lasante.2. Apporter un appui au pays en collaboration avec les partenaires pour l’elaboration,la mise en œuvre et l’evaluation des programmes de lutte contre les maladies non transmissibles.3. Veiller au respect des normes et directives pour l’organisation, le fonctionnement et le systeme de de surveillance des maladies non transmissibles; 4. Promouvoir, renforcer la recherche et diffuser les informations scientifiques, techniques et politiques appropriees et pertinentes, en partageant les experiences de pratiques reussies avec les partenaires dans lalutte contre les maladies non transmissibles.5. Contribuer a la mobilisation des ressources financieres et non financieres pourla lutte contre les maladies non transmissibles. 6. Executer toutes les autres taches connexes assignees par le superviseur direct ou le/la Representant.e

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Education

Essential: Diplome Universitaire en Medecine obtenu dans un institut accredite/reconnu.
Desirable: Une maitrise en sante publique ou dans un domaine connexe serait un atout.

Experience

Essential: 5 ans de l’experience professionnelle dans le developpement et l’evaluation de programmes de prevention et de lutte contre les maladies non transmissibles
Desirable: Avoir une experience averee de terrain (avoir ete medecin chef de Zone de sante ou un medecin coordonnateur provincial dans la mise en œuvre des activites de lutte des programmes MNT;Experience det ravail avec la communaute et les organisations de la Societe Civiles dans le cadre de la lutte contre les MNT dans le pays serait un atout.

Skills

Produire lesresultatsCommuniquer demaniere credible et efficaceFavoriser l’integration et le travail d’equipeInstaurer et promouvoir des partenariats dans toutel’Organisation et au-delaVeillez a l’utilisation efficace des ressources

WHO Competencies

Teamwork
Respecting and promoting individual and cultural differences
Communication

Use of Language Skills

Essential: Expert knowledge of French.
Desirable: Intermediate knowledge of English.

REMUNERATION

Remuneration comprises an annual base salary starting at MRU 1,669,811 (subject to mandatory deductions for pension contributions and health insurance, as applicable) and 30 days of annual leave.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

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Nouakchott, Mauritania
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