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Data Entry Officer

Vacancy: Data Entry Officer (Full Time 40 hours: Monday to Friday) Nr of vacant positions: 1 position Directly Accountable to: Head of Database Unit Remuneration: Starting salary will be set in the range of USD 200 to USD 220 per month (paid out in Riels) including taxes excluding benefits, depending on experience. Background: Since 2005, Cambodian NGO, MoPoTsyo […]

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IT Support Officer

Vacancy: IT Support Officer (Full Time 40 hours: Monday to Friday) Directly Accountable to: Head of Database Unit Remuneration: Starting salary will be set in the range of USD 300 to USD 450 per month (paid out in Riels) including taxes excluding benefits, depending on experience. Background: Since 2005, Cambodian NGO, MoPoTsyo Patient Information Centre is reaching more […]

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Program Administrator vacancy (Full Time)

Program Administrator vacancy (Full Time) Background: Since 2005, Cambodian NGO, MoPoTsyo Patient Information Centre is reaching more and more diabetes and high blood pressure patients with services in public hospitals, health centers and communities through Peer Educator Networks: More than 200 trained diabetes patients in 20 operational districts in 8 provinces are volunteering as Peer […]

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2020-3rd Quarterly Review 2020 July through September

Quarterly Review 3 – 2020 (July, August and September) Setting – up new service locations: The program team has set up a new Medical Consultation service and Revolving Drug Fund at Health Center Rompea Meanchey (Kampong Speu province, Kong Pisey Operational District (OD) and at the Referral Hospital Samaki Romduol (Svay Teap OD in Svay […]

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2020-1st Quarterly Review 2020 January through March

Quarterly Review 1 – 2020 (January, February and March 2020) Corona Virus and MoPoTsyo: During the 1st quarter of 2020, the services have continued. People with diabetes and hypertension are extra vulnerable to COVID19. We will try to help them keep good control of blood sugar and blood pressure but also prevent transmission of COVID19. […]

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2019-4th Quarterly Review 2019 October through December

Quarterly Review 4 – 2019 (October, November and December 2019) After we had had a discussion at the office of the NSSF, the National Social Security Fund, their staff went to visit Pochentong Hospital in order to see the peer educators in action during a medical consultation session and to interview patients. Hopefully we can […]

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2019-3rd Quarterly Review 2019 July through September

Quarterly Review 3 – 2019 The always original independent anthropologist-endocrinologist, Dr Sudah Yehuda, referenced MoPoTsyo https://medicoanthropologist.blogspot.com/2019/07/thinking-of-genomics-snp-and-mauritz.html in his blog. He has kept in contact for more than a decade already, visiting regularly and even facilitating a visit by surviving members of the Omaha tribe living in North America because they were interested to see with […]

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2019-1st Quarterly Review 2019 January through March

Quarterly Review 1st – 2019 New Evidence found of effectiveness of peer educators: Dr Mayuree Rao, University of Washington epidemiologist, used logistic regression to analyze large amounts of data over multiple years from our database: the medical consultations, the pharmacy invoice, the follow-up records from the Peer Educators and the laboratory profiles. Analyses show that […]