Work with APC 2.0 partners to ensure daily data entry at site level on the the project’s DHIS2 aggregator and in the recommended format. This also entails entering the data as and when required and cleaning it for analysis.
Conduct data verifications and routine data quality assessments to ensure data accuracy, completeness, reliability, timeliness, precision and integrity.
Ensure that both aggregate and patient level datasets and line lists (databases) are updated and readily available.
Generates quality data analysis and provide timely feedback to the technical team and Implementing Partners to support program improvement. Ensure that data is captured on all monthly datasheets and reports
Identify M&E capacity needs for implementing partners and contribute to an M&E capacity building plan
Provide responsive high quality M&E technical leadership and capacity building to Implementing partners through trainings and mentorship
Conduct support supervision and provide feedback to assigned implementing partner (s)
Provide leadership in data analysis and data sharing at facility and district level
Identify gaps in data collection and management and inform the STO M&E about improvement needs in the system
Liaise with district government and other stakeholders for improved HIV and AIDS M&E systems in the district, particularly for civil society organizations.
Bachelor’s degree in Public Health, Statistics, Demography, Social Sciences or Related Field.
Experience using DHIS 2 & DATIM
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