Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria-Partnership for Advocacy in Child and Family Health at Scale-PSN-PACFaH@Scale (2018-2022)
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An internationally funded project- Partnership for Advocacy in Child and Family Health at Scale (PACFaH at Scale) further funding the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) to advance advocacy in Child and Family Health in Nigeria has 2 consultancy vacancies for highly motivated individuals to join the project team.
The consultant plays a lead role in managing project activities in the programme management cycle. S/he will work with the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria- PACFaH at Scale Project’s Project Director and Programs Officer to ensure the successful delivery and implementation of programs, maintain accountability to donors, and work in the areas of project management of a health policy advocacy intervention; M&E and Documentation; Organizational development of the implementing NGO (focusing on Family Planning, Routine Immunization and Task Shifting and Task Sharing).
Location:Lagos and Rivers States
Qualified candidates MUST;
Pharmacists are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) established in 1927 is one of the oldest professional associations in Nigeria. The PSN is the umbrella body of all registered Pharmacists in Nigeria.
The Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) is one of the primary members/CSOs implementing the Partnership for Advocacy in Child and Family at Scale, PACFaH@Scale (PAS) project.
A landmark, historic event took place in the annals of Nigeria's Pharmaceutical sector and the healthcare industry as a whole with the launching of the PSN Foundation and the inauguration of the Trustees of the PSN Foundation by the Hon. Minister of Health, alongside the President of PSN and the Dep. President of the NMA in the presence of the Emir of Kamo, Lamido Sanusi II (ably represented). Download the Making of the PSN Foundation brochure to know more...