MSH is preparing for the regional Strengthening Care and Treatment Cascade (SCTC) project with activities to be implemented in Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama. SCTC will focus on four objectives:
The MSH Project Director leads and manages the project with full accountability and authority for all aspects of the project and serves as a primary point of contact between the project and key stakeholders including USAID, national governments, the Global Fund, PEPFAR implementing partners, civil society organizations, and regional actors. S/he is accountable for project deliverables and results and is responsible for the development, execution, and ongoing monitoring of the project. This includes developing the technical strategy and vision, managing staff, overall project management, ensuring timely documentation and reporting, and maintaining client and stakeholder relationships. S/he will ensure the project complies with award terms and conditions, USAID and MSH policies and regulations, and that systems are in place to mitigate risk of fraud, waste, and abuse.