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ROYAL GOVERNMENT OF CAMBODIA
MINISTRY OF HEALTH (MOH)
Department of Drugs and Food (DDF)
As Sub-Recipient for Global Fund toto Fight AIDS,TB and Malaria (GFATM) under NFM (New funding model)

 

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT


The Department of Drugs and Food/Essential Drug Bureau (DDF/EDB) has applied and successfully qualified for Global Fund (GF) grant for Single Stream of Funding (NFM) New Funding Model under UNOPS Cambodia for the containment of malaria resistant parasites in malaria endemic provinces in Cambodia. A large part of DDF/EDB work plan under the New Funding Model consists of activities that are related to assuring the quality and efficacy of essential medicines, with a particular focus on the long-term safety of the new Artemisinin Combination Therapy (ACTs) to patients.

DDF is seeking the services of qualified and experienced candidates for the following positions. Detailed position descriptions are is available at www.ddfcambodia.com
 

Position Level Duty Station Deadline
Driver 2 Phnom Penh 29-Dec-2015


Applications should be submitted via email to job_ddf@yahoo.com or to DDF Office: #80, Samdach Penn Nouth Blvd, Sangkat Boeung Kok2, Toul Kok, Phnom Penh Tel:023990499.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.

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