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Country Director (CD) - Tanzania Part-time Job

Jul 29th, 2022 at 14:19   Medical & Healthcare   Dodoma   43 views Reference: 173
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THET’s Country Director is the representative lead for all THET’s work in Tanzania. At the present stage, the majority of THET’s work revolves around one programme, the Commonwealth Partnerships for Antimicrobial Stewardship Programme -for further details please refer to Annex 1 for a description of the programme and the role of the Country Director within this. A number of other smaller projects are also running in Tanzania. In addition, the Country Director is responsible for identifying opportunities to grow and develop THET’s contribution to strengthening the Tanzanian health system in line with the organisations vision, mission and strategy. The Country Director will lead on ensuring that THET is appropriately registered in country and is operating within all Tanzanian regulatory and all THET internal requirements. The level of effort outlined above may expand with the project portfolio implemented in Tanzania.

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About THET
One billion people will never see a qualified health worker in their lives. For over thirty years, THET www.thet.org - has been working to change this, training health workers to build a world where everyone has access to affordable and quality healthcare. We do this by leveraging the expertise and energy of the UK health community, supporting health partnerships between hospitals, colleges and clinics in the UK and those overseas.
From reducing maternal deaths in Uganda to improving the quality of hospital care for injured children in Myanmar, we work to strengthen local health systems and build a healthier future for all. In the past ten years alone, THET has reached over 100,000 health workers across 31 countries in Africa, the Middle East and Asia in partnership with over 130 UK institutions and UK health workers who have contributed over 60,000 days of their time as volunteers. Health partnerships have contributed to more effective and efficient health systems in low- and middle- income countries (LMICs).2 They also benefit the UK health sector through improved health professional competencies, motivation, health service innovations and global influence.