District Co-ordinator

Posted By: MAMTA

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Public Health/WASH

Job Description

• Liasoning with district stakeholders and government officials like DTO, MOTC-Medical Officer TB Control, STLS and other DMC staffs • Advocacy with different stakeholders at block/ district and state level. • Organize capacity building workshops, training and review meetings for CBOS/NGOs, Health providers at the district level in coordination with DTO and SPP/APM/PM of MAMTA. • Support in conducting Initial assessment /mapping of stakeholders, NGOs/CBOs at the project sites/Districts • Organize Gaon Kalyan Samithi & Rural health care providers monthly meeting in Intervention Area. • Formation of Community Support Groups and periodical meetings. • Provide handholding support to the district level PNGO/CBOs/NGOs/PLHIV Networks etc., • Organize intersectional / department meeting in collaboration with District TB Officers and ICTC officials and joint meeting with DTO and CBO • Identification of TB suspects from the community and refer them to health facility in coordination with DOTS pr

Desired Candidate Profile

Post Graduation - Post Graduate-Other

4-5 years experience in National Program like TB, Malaria, HIV/AIDS, NRHM at the District/state level will be preferred.

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:MAMTA
  • About Organization:MAMTA Health Institute for Mother and Child (Mamta HIMC) is an internationally recognized, national level NGO, established in December 1990 at New Delhi, India. Mamta HIMC is today represented in 16 States of India and has also extended its reach beyond national borders, to Nepal, Bangladesh and Burundi, East Africa. The organization is committed towards integrated health and development issues in the context of poverty, gender and rights, following a life cycle approach. For more information about MAMTA please visit, http://www.mamta-himc.org Presently, MAMTA being SR under GFATM Round 9 implementing Axshya Project in 62 districts of seven high burden states namely Haryana, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, UP, Bihar, Rajasthan & Delhi with the support from The UNION (International Union Against Tuberculosis & Lung Disease). The project promotes early TB diagnosis and treatment services among most vulnerable, marginalized and key population including PLHIVs. This project has strong emphasis