Monitoring & Evaluation Officer – Australian Red Cross

Work with Africa’s largest health and development organisation to implement a national monitoring & evaluation database that gathers information from health services and community-level projects to measure performance and progress against targets.

African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF) aims to work with and through African communities, health systems and governments, in order to close the gaps that prevent people from accessing their basic right to health. It is the largest health and development organisation headquartered in Africa.
AMREF is seeking an Australian Volunteer to support its monitoring & evaluation team in Uganda. This will include assessing current systems and advising on how to strengthen quality assurance functions.
This is a volunteer assignment under the Australian Volunteers for International Development program, an Australian Government, AusAID initiative. Airfares, living allowances, accommodation, insurance and other support is provided through the program.
How to apply: 
To be eligible, applicants must be 18 years and over, Australian citizens or permanent residents, or New Zealand citizens with Special Category Visas.
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Contact Red Cross o (03) 9345 1834 for further information.

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