Chemonics International, a US-based international development consulting firm, is currently accepting expressions of interest from qualified candidates for potential long-term and short-term positions for an upcoming USAID-funded Nepal Jal Jangal (Freshwater & Forests). This new activity aims to reduce multiple threats to ecosystems and species to converse nature, enhance human well-being, and safeguard the future with a focus on following…
Chemonics seeks a Supply Chain Maturity and performance Analyst and Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Management expert for an anticipated Supply Chain Diagnostics and Strategy Activity in Nepal, funded by The Global Fund (TGF). This activity shall be executed under the direct supervision of Ministry of Health and Population and coordinated by Save the Children International (SCI) in Nepal. TGF in partnership with SCIseek to acquire services of a qualified technical assistance (TA) over a period of 4-6 months. The TA aims to provide support to the Government of Nepal to undertake a rapid supply chain diagnostics review and support the Management Division of Ministry of Health and Population to develop a 5-year national health product supply chain strategic plan consistent with national health policies and development goals.
The Supply Chain Maturity and performance Analyst, and the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Management expert will undertake an end-to-end supply chain diagnostics review to size and profile the supply chain network(s) in Nepal and to document and build consensus on the major risks and root causes in health product management. Following the diagnostics, Chemonics is seeking qualified Pharmaceutical and supply chain management specialists in the following areas for inclusion in this anticipated proposal:
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