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September 6, 2016

The incumbent serves as the Senior Tuberculosis (TB-1) Project Management Specialist in USAID’s Health office. The incumbent will be a recognized expert in the field of TB, and will perform the full range of consultative, advisory, project management, technical support, monitoring, data collection and evaluative functions.  S/he will lead the continued development and management of USAID’s TB strategy in India, responding to changes in the environment as new challenges and new tools/methodologies emerge continuously. 

August 30, 2016

The Acquisition and Assistance Specialist (Trainee) is located in the Office/Regional Office of Acquisition and Assistance, USAID/India. The function of the Office is to provide Acquisition and Assistance (procurement) support to Mission Technical Offices and Development Objective (DO) and Assistance Objective (AO) Teams in the Mission, and in any Regional Offices that may be supported by the Mission.

August 23, 2016

Ambassador Jonathan Addleton, Mission Director to India, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), and Dr. Nutan Mundeja, Project Director of the AAMC 100, today inaugurated an automated Medicine Vending Machine (MVM) at the Aam Aadmi Mohalla Clinic in Rajender Nagar, New Delhi. A first of its kind in the country, the vending machine is a mini-medicine shop that can store and dispense up to 50 different types of prescribed medicines, including tablets and bottles.

August 22, 2016

The Human Resources Assistant serves in the USAID/India Executive Office (EXO), reporting to the Human Resources Specialist and performing a variety of personnel functions related to Foreign Service National (FSN)/Personal Service Contractor (PSC), US Personal Service Contractor (USPSC), and US Direct Hire (USDH) employment with the Mission.

August 10, 2016

As you know, India and the United States have a long and successful partnership in the energy sector that has grown stronger and deeper under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi and President Obama.  It’s a testament to our common interest that our leaders have visited one another seven times over the past 20 months  – and where clean energy and climate change were always a key component of their talks.  As I have been telling people for many months, our work together on climate and clean energy may be the single biggest pathway of US/India cooperation in the years ahead. 


Last updated: January 18, 2017

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