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Another MHTF Job: Finance, Grants & Contracts Specialist

Take a look at the job description. The summary: “The FG&C Specialist will assist the Director and Manager of the Maternal Health Task Force (MHTF) with project budget development, financial management and reporting, and will administer and oversee project subgrants and consultant contracts.” If you are interested, apply via EngenderHealth’s site. Thanks.

Recruiting for MHTF Staff Positions

We are now actively recruiting for two important positions at the Maternal Health Task Force. These positions are posted on EngenderHealth’s web site: Maternal Health Task Force Manager Maternal Health Task Force Program Assistant See the job descriptions for how to apply via EngenderHealth’s Human Resources department, who are handling the process (thank you!).

Launch Meeting Report

Launching the Maternal Health Task Force: Reaching Consensus on the Draft Terms of Reference, February 17 & 18, Washington, DC I am pleased to report that the launch phase of the Maternal Health Task Force is complete and its work is now underway. You can now download a report of our launch meeting(PDF, 60kb) held … Continue reading “Launch Meeting Report”

Appointment of MHTF Director

EngenderHealth Announces the Director of the Maternal Health Task Force – Ann K. Blanc, Ph.D. – After a thorough search for the new Director of the MHTF that attracted an amazing array of high quality candidates, EngenderHealth is thrilled to announce that Dr. Ann Blanc has accepted the position. The official press release describes Ann’s … Continue reading “Appointment of MHTF Director”

The Maternal Health Task Force is Established

There is encouraging momentum underway around the world to accelerate progress toward improving maternal health, one of the most neglected challenges in global public health. I am pleased to report that, through the generosity of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, a new initiative is being formed to build on that momentum by invigorating and catalyzing our collective efforts to save women’s lives.