Collaborating with community members, in a way that will identify barriers and enablers to accessing and utilizing HIV services, is pivotal to the national response to HIV and ensures programming is tailor made to respond to the bottlenecks pulling back program progressive efforts. In this context, UCO Malawi has been managing the CDC/PEPFAR Community Led Monitoring (CLM) grant since 2020.
CLM provides the structure and mechanism through which community data can have a sustainable impact on service quality.
The general aim of the CDC/PEPFAR-supported CLM in Malawi is to expand community monitoring for social accountability and improved access to HIV services, in 6 priority districts and 33 health and community facilities, achievable through the following objectives:
Main tasks and Responsibilities of the Position:
Under the overall leadership of the UNAIDS Country Director (UCD) and the direct supervision of the Programme Manager CLM, the selected Programme Assistant will be required to: