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County Health Financing and Advocacy Consultant
Location : District of Columbia, Washington
Refer job # SIFF337985
 
Job Responsibilities and Requirements: 1. Technical support on health budget advocacy to PACE Kenya team and CSOs. Develop training materials and other technical resources to guide PACE Kenya on how to undertake budget related advocacy. Work with PACE Kenya team to support Narok and Busia CSOs to more effectively engage in national accountability platforms with a special focus on GFF. Lead development of presentations/briefs for the counties and USAID monthly briefings. Build skills of the PACE team (Kenya and US home office) in budget analysis and budget advocacy to ensure the implementation of high quality evidence-based approaches. Support the development of key technical outputs such as budget advocacy strategies; advocacy and communications materials; PowerPoint presentations for high-level meetings; and monitoring reports. Ensure quality key technical outputs relating to health budget advocacy. 2. Provide technical support to implement county advocacy activities including: Support the CHMT to review evidence to inform the MTEF process and carry out training to strengthen capacity of the CHMT. Work with county stakeholders generate consensus on health sector priorities for FP and AYSRH. Support advocacy activities with the county assembly and budget committee to ensure that FP and AYSRH are embedded as health sector priorities. 3. Strategic support to the design and implementation of PACE health budget advocacy programme in Kenya. Support the PACE Kenya teams to effectively implement PACE Project advocacy and accountability approaches in Kenya to generate increased investment in RMNCAH, including Family Planning (FP), at the county level. Lead the PACE Kenya team in preparing GFF proposals for Narok and Busia Counties. Contribute to continuous learning and use of best practices in health budget advocacy among county teams by sharing regular updates on key events and latest materials. 4. Assist the Kenya team in preparing reports to USAID on county health financing work. Complete timely entry of MLE data/reports. Support relevant county health financing sections of PACE monthly, quarterly, and annual reports through written inputs and technical review. Ensure quality key technical outputs on PACE M&E indicators. Qualifications: An MSc in health economics, policy and health financing, financial management, health management, or related field. Experience Experience in health financing and public financial management Experience providing technical support to the annual planning and budget process within a ministry of health or local health authority Experience in budget tracking and budget analysis for use in decision-making and/or advocacy Solid understanding of health systems including the relationship between national and decentralized levels Experience in evidence-based advocacy for improved health outcomes Experience of packaging and communicating information for different audiences in an engaging way. Knowledge of family planning and/or reproductive maternal neonatal child and adolescent health.
 
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