UNICEF Thailand and UN Joint programme is in the , proposes to, to identify technical solution to achieve the quality HIV treatment cascade that reflects the 90-90-90 data of key populations disaggregated by sex, age group, location and population and other equity measures, a set of technical recommendations to fix the data gap at the frontline level and the national level, and finally the policy that enhance quality and effective implementation to achieve 90-90-90 for key populations.
- Review National AIDS program data (NAP data) dictionary and existing analysis syntax of NAP data
- Develop analysis syntax & analysis matrix for those indicators
- Develop national agreed minimum indicators, data flow and dummy tables
- Develop/refine operational definition and NAP database analysis syntax of national agreed indicators including HIV treatment cascade indicators
- Assist in analyse of NAP data and produce 90-90-90 HIV treatment cascade reflecting genuine situation of Thailand’s ending AIDS (All PLHIV and KPs and by age group, sex and province level)
- Develop visualization format/ design for future data presentation
- Review existing national indicators against international definition (Global AIDS Monitoring and WHO guideline)
- Provide technical recommendations on how to fix the identified gaps and accelerate Thailand’s ending AIDS by 2030
Qualifications or Specialized Knowledge/Experience Required:
- University degree in Public Health or other related area.
- Minimum 8-10 years of work experience in public health and HIV domain.
- Ability to analyze large datasets and recommend corrective measures.
- Experience in data analysis and programmes in the health or HIV domain.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills.
- Fluency in English and Thai language is a must.
- Experience working with Thai Government will eb an advantage.
Interested candidates are requested to submit CV or P-11, full contact information of minimum 2 references, availability, and proposed daily professional fee in THB (for national consultant) and in USD (for international consultant) by 4 September 2019.