• Design and implement monitoring and evaluation system that allows to measure progress across all programmatic areas;• Work with the project team, implementing partners and local counterparts on developing project indicators, including their definitions, measurement tools, interpretation, process of data collection; • Coordinate data analysis and presentation through programmatic updates, power point presentations, other relevant means;• Coordinate M&E activity with other major international donors such as USAID-funded projects, UNAIDS, Global Fund, and federal programs acting in the field of HIVAIDS; where necessary, attend meetings and participate in technical discussion regarding M&E in the area of HIVAIDS;• Provide the project team with feedback on progress and needs for improvement;• Provide input into periodic status reports to USAID, MOHSD, URC Headquarters; • Participate in the design and implementation of relevant health services research;• Participate in business development activities.
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Consulting in Health Care and Quality Improvement. The Health Care Improvement Project (HCI) is a five-year, $150 million task order contract issued by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to support countries in improving the quality and impact of health services. Guided by the vision that health care quality can be significantly improved by applying proven quality improvement methods, the HCI Project assists national and local programs to scale up evidence-based interventions and improve outcomes in child health, maternal and newborn care, HIVAIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, and reproductive health. The project also seeks to help countries expand coverage of essential services; make services better meet the needs of underserved populations, especially women; improve efficiency and reduce the costs of poor quality; and improve health worker capacity, motivation, and retention.The HCI Project builds on the successes of the Quality Assurance Project (1990-2007) which adapted approaches such as continuous quality improvement, improvement collaboratives, accreditation, and pay for performance to the needs of USAID-assisted countries.University Research Co., LLC (URC) is the prime contractor for the HCI Project and all associated task orders. HCI Task Order 1, a three-year task order valued at $54 million, was issued to URC in September 2007. URC’s partners on HCI Task Order 1 include: EnCompass LLC, Family Health International (FHI), Initiatives, Inc., Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication Programs (CCP), and Management Systems International (MSI).HCI is working in Afghanistan, Benin, Bolivia, Cote dIvoire, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Mali, Mozambique, Namibia, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, Russia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Vietnam.