Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) was founded in 2002 by President Bill Clinton to provide solutions to the biggest challenges impeding effective health delivery in developing countries. CHAI applies the rigorous thinking, analysis, and urgency of the business world to save lives and strengthen health systems rapidly and more efficiently by improving markets for medicines and diagnostics, lowering the cost of treatment, and accelerating access to key drugs and technologies. As a trusted partner to governments, CHAI’s programs have helped more than four million people access treatment for HIV/AIDS at reduced costs, and have led to more than $1 billion in savings for developing countries. In addition to retaining its initial focus HIV/AIDS care and treatment, CHAI implements programs on vaccines, malaria, health systems strengthening, and maternal child health in more than 25 countries.
Working closely with CHAI country teams and partner governments, CHAI’s Applied Analytics Team (AAT) uses operations research, mathematical modeling, impact evaluations, and other analytical tools to improve health care delivery.
The Demand-Driven Evaluation for Decisions (3DE) strategy is an efficient, rigorous and outcome-oriented approach to impact evaluation and the use of evidence to drive decision-making that CHAI is piloting in Zambia and Uganda in partnership with the organization IDinsight. The 3DE focus is on questions posed directly by Ministry of Health managers and uses rigorous methodologies on an accelerated timeline to provide crucial evidence used to influence decisions around the delivery of interventions, and to catalyze the implementation of effective interventions.
The Senior Research Associate will be responsible for:
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