Call for Volunteer Coaches of STEP 2.0 in Cambodia

Call for Volunteer Coaches of STEP 2.0 in Cambodia


GaneshAID is a consultancy firm that serves the public health sector with non-profit purposes. We are specialized in health system strengthening, public health supply chain, capacity building and learning, and digital solutions for health. GaneshAID operates as a think-tank and aims to improve the health status and well-being of people in Low- and Middle-income countries in Asia Pacific, Africa, and Middle East. Since the establishment in 2013, we have implemented almost 40 projects in around 70 countries across the world.

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Managed by People that Deliver (PtD), Strategic Training Executive Programme (STEP 2.0) is jointly offered by Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance; the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (the Global Fund); the United States Agency for International Development (USAID); and IFPW Foundation, the charitable arm of the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Wholesalers (IFPW). By uniting to offer STEP 2.0, Gavi, the Global Fund and USAID will increase supply chain efficiency and improve health outcomes for many in lower- and middle-income countries struggling to access medicines or other health commodities.

The programme empowers decision makers to lead their teams through complex supply chain (SC) challenges to increase efficiency and improve access to health commodities. STEP 2.0 centres on the transformation challenge, through which a private-sector SCM expert (the coach) works with a public-sector SC manager (the participant) to address a SC challenge faced by the participant and their organisation.

Since 2021, STEP 2.0 has been delivered in five African countries (Côte d’ivoire, DRC, Ethiopia, Uganda and Zambia). In Southeast Asia, STEP 2.0 Cambodia is among the first country implementations with GaneshAID as the implementing partner. Expected participants of STEP 2.0 Cambodia are from a mix of public and private stakeholders with critical impact on healthcare such as: the Ministry of Health & other government bodies, NGOs, institutions, Private pharmacies/Pharma companies, key public & private hospitals and key clinics.

STEP 2.0 is structured in three phases:

  • Phase I: Online Self-learning course (2 months)
  • Phase II: In-person leadership training (5 days) – Tentatively Mid Mar 2024 in Siem Reap
  • Phase III: Online continued learning and coaching / Transformation challenge resolution (4 months)

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In this context, GaneshAID is looking for STEP 2.0 volunteer coaches – supply chain experts who have a strong willingness to share their skills, experience and knowledge and are capable of guiding participants through their supply chain challenges. 

  • For organisation: We invite interested organisations to donate STEP 2.0 coach(es) and their associated expenses (travel, accommodation and meals).
  • For individuals: We invite individuals with relevant expertise and experience to volunteer to become a STEP 2.0 coach.


As a professional coach, you will play a crucial role in providing guidance and support to our programme participants in Cambodia. Your expertise and experience will contribute in every aspect of the programme. You will coach a team of five STEP participants for a period of four-to-six months providing in-person and remote support as participants work through their transformation challenge.

Quantity: 5 coaches

Location: Remote with a travel to attend F2F training of the participants

Type of work: Volunteer, Part time

Duration of work: Total 6 months (tentatively Feb – Jul 2024), including: 

  • Programme preparation, orientation and online training of coaches: 1 month 
  • In-person leadership training workshop: 8-9 hours per day for 5 days 
  • Your transformation challenge – post workshop online coaching: 3-5 hours per week for 4 months
  • Project closing: 1 month

Responsibilities include but not limited to:

  • Participate in online technical meetings throughout the project and the online training of coaches workshop
  • Provide on-the-job coaching and/or regular online check-ins via the STEP 2.0 LMS and other communication channels
  • Upload relevant resources on the digital library to increase the skills and knowledge of the participants
  • Provide oversight of participants during the coaching phase: coach, guide and support
  • Keep track and ensure participant’s progress & achievement with feedbacks and prepare bi-weekly transformation challenge team reports
  • Cover their own travelling and other expenses


We are looking for coaches who possess the following qualifications:

  • Proficiency in English and Khmer language
  • Employment by a private sector organisation or significant (10 years) private sector experience
  • Experience in supply chain management
  • Familiarity with public health governance
  • Knowledge of international NGOs, donor organisations, and implementing partners
  • Strong communication skills
  • Strong analytical and critical thinking skills
  • Excellent conflict-resolution skills


  • Develop the leadership skills of public supply chain managers in LMICs
  • Build relationships with leaders at country level
  • Collaborate with elite global donor organisations
  • Network with companies that have similar business interests
  • Manage corporate risks and opportunities related to environmental, social and governance goals
  • Contribute to corporate social responsibility
  • Support your employees with personal growth and development
  • Explore new geographical markets


Interested organisations and individuals are invited to send their coach resume and a cover letter in English, highlighting their relevant experience and language proficiency to Ms. Duong Vu at by 10 December 2023 at the latest. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for further evaluation and discussion. 

GaneshAID values diversity and welcomes applicants of all backgrounds as we believe that different perspectives and experiences enrich our work and enable us to better serve the communities we work with.

Application deadline: 10 December 2023


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