Past Opportunities

Consultancy: Eswatini National Essential Medicines and Standard Treatment Guidelines Review

2019-01-15
Currently, there is a Standard Treatment Guideline and Essential Medicines List (STG/EML) available for use by health workers at public health care settings in Eswatini; which was published in 2012. Considering the numerous changes in policies, guidelines, and new scientific evidence that informs clinical practice, there is a compelling need to revise and update this guideline so that it remains relevant to the users. It’s widely believed that the current STG has not been used extensively due to a number of factors. TSP/SC-PASS has obtained approval from the Principal Secretary, MOH, Eswatini to support the review, update of the treatment guideline and hereby wishes to engage the services of competent consultant(s) to undertake some aspects of this project as specified below.
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Senior Strategic Officer, TSP Program

2018-11-21

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Deputy Chief of Party, TSP Program

2018-11-21

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South African Health Review (SAHR) 2019 Call for Abstracts

2018-11-14

The South African Health Review (SAHR) is an accredited peer reviewed publication. The aims of the SAHR are to advance the sharing of knowledge, to feature critical commentary on policy implementation, and to offer empirical understandings for improving South Africa's health system.

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Site Manager – Transgender Programme

2018-11-02

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Professional Nurse - Transgender Programme

2018-11-02

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Management Information Systems (MIS) Technical Advisor

2018-09-27

Through the TSP Program, Baylor-Swaziland and Baylor-Malawi are implementing the Supply Chain and Pharmaceutical Assistance for Sustainable Systems (SC-PASS) Project in eSwatini.

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AVAC fellowship 2019

AVAC Call for 2019 Fellows

2018-08-24

The HIV Prevention Research Advocacy Fellows Program pairs emerging leaders in advocacy and activism with existing organizations to develop and execute creative, context-specific projects focused on HIV prevention research.

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