The PBCC/IPC Asst. Manager is responsible for leading the PBCC and supporting IPC program activities, S/he manages and coordinates the field implementation of PBCC/IPC activities in accordance with standards; contributing to the design and. implementation of the provider behavior change communication (PBCC) and medical detailing strategy, branding and non-monetary incentive (NMI) scheme, conducting regular analysis and reporting of data and information related to franchising and providers. S/he works in close loop with the Asst. SF Manager in identifying the needs of the network providers and ensuring that they are motivated (via training, promotional materials, non-monetary incentives etc.) for quality service delivery and meeting the standard of franchise network.
Interested candidates are requested to submit their updated resume with two referees and an application by January 10, 2018 to: email@example.com
Telephone calls will not be entertained. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for selection process.
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When PSI/Nepal launched in 2002, it focused on HIV/AIDS prevention, child survival and family planning. Today, PSI/Nepal’s programs include:
PSI’s efforts to reach children in Nepal are especially salient because children under 5 years old account for nearly a quarter of all deaths. PSI’s efforts are also greatly needed to fill governmental funding gaps – especially in rural areas. One-third of Nepalis live below the national poverty line, yet social security for health care is limited and governmental expenditures for health care are insubstantial. As a result, nearly three-fourths of the country’s healthcare needs are addressed though private sources.