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Project Overview and Role
Project Background and Objectives
The DFID 'Delivering Accelerated Family Planning in Pakistan (DAFPAK) : Lot 2 Public Sector Service
Delivery' is a part of the DAFPAK programme funded by the Department of International Development
DFID). The 3.5-year programme aims to increase access to family planning services; and improve quality of
client-centred services such that more women, including adolescents are able to safely plan their
pregnancies and improve their sexual reproductive health. The expected outcome for the programme is 11.9
million CYPs generated by expanded access to FP services; 55,000 additional users of family planning and
an increase in modern CPR from 26.1 at the baseline to 33.9.
Palladium and its consortium partners, Pathfinder, the Family Planning Association of Pakistan (FPAP), IPAS
and Aahung will strengthen the quality of service provision in the public sector (across 30+ districts in three
provinces Punjab, Sindh and KPK) by :
Training community workers (LHWs) to expand the FP services that they offer.Establishing new procedures in health facilities to better integrate services.
Building capacities of community workers on better, client-centered / unbiased counselling. Building capacities of government health / FP facility staff on improving clinical quality.
Improving quality assurance systems involving district health management teams, including clinical waste management.
Beyond building capacities of district health teams, health facility staff and community-based workers. The
project will focus on sustainably changing behaviours of providers, systemic changes and commitments
through engagement with and TA to district and provincial level governments, health management teams,
providers and communities.
The incumbent will have the overall responsibility as focal person to support DAFPAK Project along with Quality Of Care Advisor, activities related to project implementation, coordination and liaison at District level.
Manage the interventions and, maintain inventory of project material, help in tracking project activities and support in consolidation of reports, organize reviews, record proceedings and ensure timely feedback for submission to Program department.
An important area includes donor coordination for field visits and participation in meetings with project stakeholders
Specific Tasks and Deliverables
QoC Advisor DAFPAK Islamabad
1st Feb 2020 to Oct 2022
Qualifications and Experience
Minimally Required Job-Specific Competencies :