Applied Behavior Analysis Professional - Macedonia
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Emergency Response Roster - Project HOPE HQ
Location: Project HOPE HQ
General Volunteer Database - Various Locations
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Infection Control Specialist - Kosovo
Information Technology Support - Project HOPE HQ
Ophthalmologist - Kosovo
One year training from Kubati clinic has not been sufficient to build capacities within Ophthalmology Clinic in UCCK to continue such a service. At this stage there are few doctors, who under some supervision, can do the screening but not lasering. There is an immediate need to provide supervisory/mentorship support to doctors at OC until they become independent in continuing ROP screening for newborns.
Ophthalmologist - Macedonia
Project HOPE will partner to engage volunteer ophthalmologists to serve their Macedonian colleagues through partnership, mentoring, teaching, and long-term commitment, in hopes of making a lasting impact and support advances in the area of ophthalmology in Macedonia. This project is expected to improve theoretical and practical skills regarding the medical procedures which are not sufficiently performed in Macedonia. Additionally, the program intends to improve the protocols and procedures guiding patient management and care. Local doctors will apply their knowledge and experience and share best practices with their colleagues.
Pediatrician - Ethiopia
Pediatrician (Focus on Cystic Fibrosis) & Oncologist - Kosovo
Project HOPE is recruiting volunteers to teach within our Nursing Education Program at University Clinical Center of Kosovo in Pristina. This program focuses on women's health, pediatrics and basic life support trainings and lectures to help advance the skills of the local healthcare professionals.
Selected applicants will be assigned to their designated specialty area within the University Clinical Center. The scope of work will vary and be dependent on the department. Volunteers will have opportunities to provide patient care, engage in side-by-side trainings and present lectures to enhance capacity of the local medical staff.
Physician in Obstetrics and Neonatology - Ethiopia
USAID Transform Health in Developing Regions (USAID Transform HDR) project, a five-year program, aims at reducing mortality and morbidity among mothers and under-five children in the Developing Regional States (DRS): Afar, Benishangul-Gumuz, Gambella and Somali Regions. The Government of Ethiopia's Health Sector Transformation Plan (HSTP) presents ambitious goals for Ending Preventable Child and Maternal Deaths (EPCMD)-related health impacts such as reduction of Maternal Mortality from an estimated 420 to 199 per 100,000 live births; Under-five Mortality Rate from 68 to 30 per 1,000 live births; Infant Mortality from 47 to 20 per 1,000 live births; and Neonatal Mortality from 29 to 10 per 1,000 live births.This will be accomplished through increasing access to integrated quality high impact maternal, newborn, child health (MNCH) and family planning (FP) services, improving health seeking behaviors enhanced by reducing gender inequalities, improving evidence-based decision making, program learning; and with the overall goal of strengthening DRS health systems. The project is implemented by a consortium of organizations including Project HOPE. The project will build on existing government structures and prioritizes areas with the lowest level of MNCH/FP indicators to implement a phased approach in scaling up high-impact MNCH/FP intervention encompassing 58 woredas, 15 hospitals, 162 Health Centers and 847 Health centers.Project HOPE primarily leads the neonatal and child health component of the project as well as establishment of centers for Comprehensive Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care (CEmONC) interventions and will leverage its Gift In Kind and Volunteer programs and coordinate with local professional associations to ensure effective program implementation. To this effect, Project HOPE is interested to work with highly qualified medical volunteers in the areas obstetrics, neonatology and pediatrics, and anesthesiology for further skills transfer, hands on mentorship in close collaboration with local professional societies.