Evidence to Programs (E2P) Strategic Information and Evaluation Office


Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation


Lilongwe, Malawi







Role Overview

The Evidence to Programs (E2P) Strategic Information and Evaluation (SI&E) Officer will help the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) Malawi team to build evidence and documentation for our work and put the lessons learned and best practices into action by integrating them into our programs. The E2P SI&E Officer will be responsible for providing technical support services in areas of program design, quality improvement, and strategic information and evaluation. They may also work on project reporting, documentation of best practices and learning across the program, and ensuring effective and efficient program delivery.


Strategic Monitoring, Evaluation, and Quality Improvement (75%)

  • Contribute to EGPAF’s strategic and evaluation agenda and priorities for identifying evidence for programs
  • Participate in program evaluation including quantitative and qualitative data analysis to assess program performance and inform programmatic decision making
  • Conduct mentorship to facility and district-level teams
  • Contribute to data collection, monitoring, and analysis
  • Provide feedback on data to supported sites and assist site-level staff in using data for program planning and quality improvement, including presenting data dashboards and graphics to illustrate results and trends
  • Participate in data quality assessments, feedback, and improvement activities for health facilities and/or local community-based organizations
  • Support the analysis and reporting of data for Malawi’s Ministry of Health, EGPAF, and donor use
  • Support and/or lead the presentation of evaluation results to stakeholders
  • Collaborate across the strategic information and evaluation (SI&E) and programs teams to translate evaluation into programmatic improvements
  • Initiate SI&E innovations which spur program tracking and reporting
  • Support data management improvement through data quality audits

Documentation / Communication of Best Practices and Lessons Learned (25%)

  • Coordinate, research, write, and edit original content for a variety of donors and other relevant stakeholders, including but not limited to: key messages, newsletters (print and electronic), brochures, impact reports, event collateral, messaging, toolkits, and internal communication
  • Participate in the development and/or review of quarterly, semi-annual, and annual project reports
  • Develop overall and project-specific plans for documentation of best practices beyond the regular reporting requirements
  • Document best practices and lessons learned for internal and external purposes
  • Propose, coordinate with co-authors, and write articles for EGPAF’s technical brief, 

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  • Participate in proposal development as needed

Skills and Experience 

Items indicated with an asterisk (*) are required

  • Bachelor’s degree in statistics or social sciences, such as economics, health management, public health, demography, project management, or a related field*
  • Competency in the collection, analysis, management, and presentation of quantitative data*
  • Proficiency using a common statistical software package, such as CS PRO, SAS, R, SPSS, STATA, or JMP*
  • Exceptional writing and editing ability, with experience writing research papers, proposals, or reports*
  • Ability to work in a team environment while being self-sufficient and self-motivated*
  • Advanced Excel skills*
  • Ability to adapt to a variety of written tones, styles, and formats required to meet the Foundation’s goals*
  • Ability to multi-task; flexible and capable of working under pressure and tight deadlines with demonstrated ability to prioritize across multiple projects and relationships*
  • Master’s degree in statistics or social sciences, such as economics, health management, public health, demography, or project management
  • Experience with a range of methods for monitoring, evaluation, and assessment to promote evidence-based learning
  • Experience with public speaking, such as giving presentations or facilitating meetings
  • Strong research skills, including interviewing and fact-checking
  • Ability to work with people at different professional levels
  • Proficient in using Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint)
  • Strong strategic thinking ability in communications and public relations environments
  • Superior organization, multi-tasking, and problem-solving skills
  • Creative and innovative, with demonstrated analytical skills and attention to detail
  • Hardworking and able to meet deadlines

About the Organization

Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) is a worldwide leader in the fight against pediatric AIDS, working to halt the pandemic and help those already infected with HIV. Before the Foundation’s inception, children affected by HIV and AIDS had no voice – and few medicines and interventions that were available had been developed specifically for children. Thanks to the courageous efforts of Elizabeth Glaser and those who follow in her footsteps, the Foundation improves the lives of millions of children and families affected by AIDS each year by funding groundbreaking scientific research, providing lifesaving services, and advocating for children around the globe. The Foundation is currently working in nearly 5,500 sites in 19 countries worldwide.

In Malawi, more than 1.1 million people are living with HIV/AIDS. HIV/AIDS prevalence is at 8.9% among adults (ages 15 – 49) with about 33,000 new infections every year. Of the people living with HIV/AIDS in Malawi, approximately 540,000 are women and 84,000 are children under 15 years of age. It is against this backdrop that in 2001 the Foundation, working with local partners, initiated one of the first programs to provide prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV (PMTCT) services in Malawi. Today, the Foundation’s program focuses on providing technical and capacity building assistance to the Ministry of Health (MOH); working to eliminate HIV infection in infants and children; increasing access to comprehensive, high-quality, and well-integrated PMTCT care and treatment services for HIV-positive pregnant women, infants, and families; and supporting the strengthening of health systems. EGPAF is currently working in seven districts in the Central and Northern Zones.

In April 2017, EGPAF began implementation of the five-year project, Achieving HIV Epidemic Control through Scaling Up Quality Testing, Care and Treatment Program (also known as PIVOT2). In collaboration with Malawi’s MOH and CDC, the program aims to achieve HIV epidemic control in 179 sites across nine districts in the central and southern regions of Malawi, through the administration and integration of comprehensive, evidence-based, and high-quality HIV testing, prevention, care, and treatment services. As it continues to implement the program, EGPAF will intensify site-level service delivery, targeted community interventions, and data-driven approaches to identify, initiate, and retain 90% of people living with HIV (PLHIV) on antiretroviral therapy (ART), as well as improve the overall quality of HIV services, and ensure optimal patient outcomes.




Data Analysis / Statistics, Monitoring and Evaluation / Quality Improvement, Research



Health System Strengthening, HIV / AIDS, Maternal and Child Health

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