Apply for Vacancy for Project Coordinator at United Nations Population Fund in Vietnam. The deadline for this job is 5th July 2021.
Although Viet Nam has made significant progress in improving sexual and reproductive health of the general population, disparities and inequalities remain in access to maternal health and family planning services among different ethnicities and regions. Additionally, while the maternal mortality ratio has declined to 46 maternal deaths per 100,000 live births at the national level, it still remains as high as 100-150 per 100,000 live births in mountainous and ethnic minority regions, particularly in Northern Midlands and Mountains, and Central Highlands.
- Ensure result-based project management, including coordinating, monitoring and evaluation, reporting of the “Leave no one behind: innovative interventions to reduce maternal mortality in ethnic minority regions of Vietnam ” project.
- Also, ensure established policies, rules and procedures of UNFPA and Government are complied to in all program activities.
- Additionally, document good practices and lessons learned from the Project activities for knowledge management and decision taking by the Country Office Management.
- Assist in influencing counterparts from diverse backgrounds to jointly contribute to the program and to advance the ICPD Program of Action.
- Training on emergency obstetric care for district and commune health providers;
- Also, training and monitoring on the performance cof village-based birth attendants
- Integration of Covid-19 prevention and control in maternal health and family planning programs in target areas;
- Likewise, operation of Internet-based smart phone Apps in the target areas;
- Design and delivery of innovative health education and community mobilization on SRH in the target areas;
- Furthermore, the baseline and project-end assessments.
- Has at least five years of experience in sexual reproductive health program and project management. Having previous working experience in maternal health and/or in ethnic minority regions is preferable.
- Also, has experience in maternal health programming including good understanding of human rights based-, gender responsive and culturally sensitive programming approaches will be an asset.
- Likewise, good understanding of national sexual and reproductive health related laws and policies and be able to establish. Additionally, maintain effective working relationships with the relevant government partners.
- Advocacy/ Advancing a policy-oriented agenda
- Likewise, leveraging the resources of national governments and partners/ building strategic alliances and partnerships
- Delivering results-based programs
- Additionally, internal and external communication and advocacy for results mobilization
- Providing strategic focus,
- Also, engaging in internal/external partners and stakeholders,
- Leading, developing and empowering people, creating a culture of performance
- Moreover, making decisions and exercising judgment
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