Medical Referent – Zemio – RCA – M/F At ALIMA


ALIMA has been present in CAR since 2013. Its main activities focus on screening and medical and nutritional care for children, reproductive health, primary and secondary health care and response to epidemics. Five projects are currently being implemented, including 4 early recovery projects for the health system in the health districts of Bimbo, Boda and Haut-Mbomou in Zémio and Obo financed by the Bêkou Fund, an RRM project mainly in the Nana-Gribizi prefecture funded by ECHO since April 2018 including an operationalization component of the Mbrès health area.

In December 2013, ALIMA provided medical support in 3 IDP sites on the outskirts of Bangui then set up a free primary health care package in 5 CDS of the DS of Bimbo and Bangui. The care offer was extended to 13 CDS in Bimbo in 2018. The project aims to strengthen the capacities of the Health District with a view to complete autonomy.

ALIMA’s second intervention began in the DS of Boda in June 2014, a city that was facing violent community clashes. ALIMA allowed the reopening of the hospital of Boda and the CDS of Boboua (DS of Mbaïki). Today, the project covers the hospital and 9 FOSA to ensure the empowerment as well as the resilience of the local health system and the community.

Since April 2018, ALIMA has been involved in the DS of Kémo and Nana-Gribizi as part of the RRM. The project includes humanitarian monitoring and analysis of needs after a shock and has made it possible to carry out 8 missions to assess the needs of displaced populations in order to meet their needs. In addition, ALIMA has begun to support the Mbrès hospital, in particular the Maternity and Pediatric services, the stabilization of trauma cases and other emergencies. Since April 2019, the action at the Nana-Gribizi level has two components: an RRM response strategy to humanitarian shocks and in the event of an epidemic and a second component in support of the FOSA of AS Mbrès.

The ZEMIO Project

Finally, since August 2019, ALIMA has started its intervention in Haut Mbomou in the two secondary hospitals in Obo and Zémio, financed by the Bêkou and ECHO funds on the one hand and on the other hand on the axes of the FOSA Kpabou , Mboki, Maboussou and Tabane thanks to the CHF fund.

Starting in August 2022, ALIMA has acquired funding from USAID’s Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA) to ensure access to health care for displaced and host populations affected by the crisis in the prefecture. Haut-Mbomou and will cover health facilities and IDP sites on the axes inclusively in the following 5 sub-prefectures:

Pregnancy: PS Maboussou, PS Banangui, PS Ngouyo, PS Gambatouré, and PS Tabane
Mboki: PS Kpabou, CDS Mboki and 1 Mobile Clinic (Espoir and Mboki4 sites)
Djemah: CDS Djemah and 1 Mobile Clinic (site A1 and Site A2)
Results : CDS Results
Obo: PS Kadjema and 1 Mobile Clinic

The intervention responds to a desire to ensure the functioning of and access to quality health services with the aim of strengthening the national health system and local health actors.



Level 3: As part of his or her duties, the incumbent will be required to visit programs and be in contact with children and/or vulnerable adults. Therefore, a criminal record check or presentation of a certificate of good character will be required. In situations where it is not possible to provide a criminal record or a certificate of good morals and morals, a sworn statement will be requested.


Reports to the Project Coordinator (PC)
Refers to the medical coordinator for medical questions
Supervises the project’s medical and paramedical activity managers (hospital, health center, mobile clinic, pharmacist or project pharmacy manager)
Collaborates with the Project Logistics Manager (RLP) and the Admin Manager. Project (RAP)


You are responsible for setting up medical activities in your area of ​​intervention. You ensure that project resources are used appropriately and participate in defining your base’s strategy.

You support the medical and paramedical teams in the development of their skills.

Define the medical objectives of the project and the intervention strategies
Organization and management of the medical activities of the project
Quality of care and patient safety
Management of the project’s healthcare human resources
Implementation of the team health policy
Implementation of preventive measures against abuse of power, gender-based and sexual violence


You hold a medical degree, a paramedical degree would be essential, you have at least experience in a humanitarian medical intervention context, experience in terms of team management and supervision.

You have analytical and organizational skills, critical sense and strength of proposal, ability to work in a team in multicultural contexts.


Fluency in written and spoken French is essential


Duration and type of contract : CDD under French law – 6 months with possibility of extension

Starting date : September 2023

Salary : According to ALIMA salary grid + valuation of experience + Per Diem

ALIMA supports:

Travel costs between the country of origin of the expatriate and the place of mission
Accommodation costs
Medical coverage from the first day of the contract to one month after the date of departure from the country of mission for the employee and his dependents
Evacuation for the employee and his dependents

How to apply

To apply, please send your CV and Cover Letter online

Applications are processed in the order in which they are received. ALIMA reserves the right to close the offer before the term initially indicated if an application is accepted. Only complete applications (CV in PDF format + Letter of Motivation) will be considered.

Female candidates are strongly encouraged.


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