Health Partners International (HPI) is a partnership that specialises in systems, governance and community engagement working in low and middle income countries. We provide policy and strategy advisory support, technical and programme management services in priority health areas focusing on reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health (RMNCAH), malaria and other communicable diseases, and nutrition. We have a long track record of successful collaboration with the public and private sectors, civil society and communities, supporting their efforts to achieve equitable gains in health and development. As we move forward in the era of the Sustainable Development Goals, we are developing increasingly integrated and multi-sectoral approaches that take account of the complex nature of our world with its unacceptable levels of inequality, the growing burden of non-communicable disease and the current enormous challenge of migration from areas of conflict, instability and fragility.
As Health Partners International (HPI) continues to develop its portfolio we are interested in expanding the range of consultants that we engage with to strengthen our work. This can happen both on our current programmes and for the new exciting opportunities that we positioning for.
Successful candidates will be included within the HPI & WISE consultant database and will be contacted for relevant opportunities. These can range from more short term assignments to longer term in country posts. The successful candidate will have experience and knowledge of providing technical assistance for health systems strengthening programmes, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa. They will bring innovative and exciting ideas about the ways to make health systems stronger and more resilient to emerging threats.
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