Mercy Corps has been implementing TB control interventions in Pakistan since 2002. In 2007, Mercy Corps became the first private sector principal recipient for The Global Fund TB grant to Pakistan. Since then, Mercy Corps has been implementing country-wide TB control interventions directly and through implementing partners. Mercy Corps - Project Implementing Unit (MC-PIU) has been implementing TB control interventions in 10 districts of province Punjab. Under the TB program, MC-PIU is implementing public-private mix interventions (PPM), as well as community engagement, specimen transportation and active case finding. The project funded by Bill and Malinda Gates Foundation will complement the TB Program by supporting the development and deployment of a case-based digital TB notification system, together with a range of functionality in support of private provider engagement.
Project management and supervision
Monitoring, supervision, and quality assurance
Coordination and representation
Reports Directly To : Project Manager
Works Directly With: Project Manager; Media & Communication specialist; IT Assistant; Research officer; Administration; HR & Finance teams.
Knowledge and Experience
Only shortlisted candidates will be called for interview. Organization reserves the right to accept or reject any or all CV(s) without assigning any reason.
We are an equal opportunity employer and Females are strongly encouraged to apply
Mercy Corps is a leading global organization powered by the belief that a better world is possible. In disaster, in hardship, in more than 40 countries around the world, we partner to put bold solutions into action — helping people triumph over adversity and build stronger communities from within. Now, and for the future. Mercy Corps has operated in Pakistan since 1986. Mercy Corps’ work in Pakistan originated from its support to Afghan refugee communities, focused on providing access to water, health improvement and vocational training for the refugee community in Balochistan Province. In recent years, Mercy Corps has expanded both sectorally and geographically throughout the country, and is now one of the lead agencies providing health services especially tuberculosis control and maternal, neonatal and child health. It has been a major player in all emergency relief efforts in the country, responding to the earthquake of 2005 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa; flooding and earthquake in Baluchistan in 2007 and 2008; and to the Sindh floods of 2010 and 2011. In addition to public health and emergency response, Mercy Corps currently implements programming in the sectors of youth engagement, water/ sanitation, and economic development.