Analyst at The Clinton Health Access Initiative, Inc. (CHAI)(Deadline: July 4th, 2022)

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TITLE: Analyst

Program: Sustainable Health Financing

Job Location: Kigali

Type: Full-Time

Start Date: Immediate


The Clinton Health Access Initiative, Inc. (CHAI) is a global health organization committed to saving lives and reducing the burden of disease in low-and middle-income countries, while strengthening the capabilities of governments and the private sector in those countries to create and sustain high-quality health systems that can succeed without our assistance. CHAI does not operate stand-alone programs, nor does it build parallel health systems. Rather, CHAI works at the invitation and in support of governments. For more information, please visit:

CHAI is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and is committed to providing an environment of fairness, and mutual respect where all applicants have access to equal employment opportunities. CHAI values diversity and inclusion and recognizes that our mission is best advanced by the leadership and contributions of people with diverse experience, backgrounds, and culture.

Program and Position Overview

The Government of Rwanda (GoR) strives to achieve Universal Health Coverage (UHC) by enabling equitable access to quality health services for the population as outlined in the Fourth Health Sector Strategic Plan (HSSP IV). This commitment has been made against a backdrop of rising health care costs and uncertainty around the future availability of donor funding and calls for improved health sector sustainability. Acknowledging this, the Government aims to employ effective, equitable, efficient, and sustainable health care financing and systems strengthening, putting an emphasis on primary health care as the cornerstone of a strong and sustainable health system.

CHAI Rwanda’s Sustainable Health Financing (SHF) programs work on a day-to-day basis with Government leadership in the Ministry of Health (MoH) and the Rwanda Social Security Board (RSSB). The goal of those programs is to support the Government to accelerate progress towards UHC by ensuring the sustainable delivery of quality, essential health services.  This includes work to prioritize and sustainably finance essential services, to improve financial protection through the Community Based Health Insurance (CBHI) scheme, and to support improved management, financing, and delivery of quality primary health care.

Position Overview

CHAI seeks an Analyst to join Rwanda’s sustainable health financing team. In this role, the analyst will support the implementation of CHAI support to the GoR working closely with the Associate and other members of the CHAI team. Activities supported by this role will largely focus on the provider payment reform for PHC with some minor work on the revision of the CBHI benefit package.

The Analyst will report to Program Manager for Health Financing and will work closely with other CHAI teams at the country and global level, including in Health Financing; Health System Strengthening; Infectious Diseases; Reproductive, Maternal, and Child Health; and others.


  • Support the program associate to develop policy briefs and other supporting high-level documents for health financing according to government priorities and the evolving support needs of the Ministry of Health (MoH) and/or Rwanda Social Security Board (RSSB)
  • Support the team in conducting in-depth financial analyses to inform priority reforms including,
    • Conducting estimations of total resources needed under various resource intensity scenarios for capitation roll-out
    • Collecting and analyzing data collected through the first phase of implementation including data on financial and service delivery indicators
    • Converting data collected into valuable insights to inform adaptations to the capitation model and implementation modalities
  • Develop training materials on public financial management for senior health officials at the MoH and RSSB; and support the delivery of training as needed
  • Draft presentations, reports, and other documents for internal and external stakeholders on the work of health system strengthening in Rwanda.
  • Other responsibilities as assigned by supervisor.


  • Holding at least a bachelor’s degree in economics, health economics, public health, epidemiology, statistics, or any other related field. Having a master’s degree in an advantage
  • A minimum of 1-3 years of experience in a demanding environment, ideally in public health or in the healthcare industry, including strategy consulting or complex technical projects, with increasing levels of responsibility and leadership;
  • Excellent organizational skills, including time management. Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and to prioritize under pressure;
  • Outstanding analytical, research, and presentation skills for both qualitative and quantitative data.
  • Ability to work among diverse multi-stakeholder groups and in a multi-cultural environment;
  • Self-starter with proven experience in launching new projects or initiatives and strong analytical skills;
  • Strong presentation and writing skills, including proficiency in MS Excel, PowerPoint, and Word;
  • Strong work ethic, humility, and integrity;
  • Excellent working command of the English language.


  • Experience in Health Financing, provider payment reforms and(or) Health systems strengthening and management consulting;
  • Experience working with government authorities in developing countries, with experience in sub-Saharan Africa;
  • Experience working in public health and with international organizations;
  • Familiarity with a broad range of key global health issues, including Primary healthcare, health systems or health financing challenges in developing countries.
  • Fluency in French or Kinyarwanda.

🌐 How to Apply

Application procedure: 

Interested candidates should APPLY not later than July 4th, 2022.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


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