The International Institute for Primary Health Care in Ethiopia (IPHC-E) invites interested and eligible consultant service

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Overview

  • Category : Baseline Consultancy
  • Posted Date : 04/06/2022
  • E-mail : hr@crdaethiopia.org
  • Phone Number : 0114390322
  • Source : Reporter
  • Closing Date : 04/14/2022

Description

TERMS OF REFERENCE (TOR)

Position: Baseline assessment consultant (NCD – Hypertension)

Report to: International Institute for Primary Health Care- Ethiopia (IPHC-E)

Place of Work: Addis Ababa and travel to Woreda Innovation Centre (WIC) site

Number of Post: One

Salary: Negotiable

Duration of contract: One month (May 1, 2022 – May 31, 2022)

  1. About IPHC-E

The International Institute for Primary Health Care in Ethiopia (IPHC-E), which was inaugurated on February 1, 2016 is envisioned to be a world class hub to learn about Ethiopia’s experience using PHC approaches to achieve dramatic improvements in health. The mission of the Institute is to provide need-based capacity-building training on PHC for health leaders from Ethiopia, Africa and the rest of the world. Through PHC implementation research, the Institute provides up-to-date information on the strengths and weaknesses of Ethiopia’s PHC program and contribute to continually build stronger PHC program that ensures fidelity to standards of care and high levels of population coverage of services.

Furthermore, the Institute plays a key role in the transformation of PHC systems by generating innovative ideas, testing these and other ideas in woreda innovation centers (WICs) and consolidating the learning and best practices to facilitate knowledge transfer among PHC facilities and further achieve the highest possible impact.

  1. Background

Woreda Transformation is one of the major objectives of HSTP and aims to create access to and utilization of quality and equitable health service delivery in districts and ascertain UHC. Despite the progress on the process of the Woreda transformation, evidence suggest that challenges like weak implementation strategies, poor community engagement, inadequate multi-sectoral collaboration were prominent.  In addition, the cost effectiveness of interventions and analysis of the current capacity for delivering these interventions were not worked out. These challenges emanate from lack of opportunities to test the effectiveness of interventions before scale up, and sub-optimal delivery capacity and addressing these challenges will require a new way of doing business.  In order to mitigate the above challenges and address major gaps, IPHC-E established Woreda Innovation Centers (WICs) where ambitious plans can be designed and implemented and where interventions and ideal service packages can be tested before scale up.

Tiya primary health care unit (PHCU) is one of the selected WIC sites and located in Sodo Woreda, Gurage Zone, SNNPR. The institute is currently launching testing of integrated community based hypertension screening and management at Tiya PHCU.

  1. The overall objective of the consultancy work

The consultant will work on the baseline assessment of integrated community-based hypertension screening and management at Sodo Woreda, Gurage Zone, SNNPR under the guidance of International Institute for Primary Health Care-Ethiopia (IPHC-E).

  1. Scope of work of the baseline assessment  
  • The scope of this assignment includes the following
  • Technically lead and conduct the baseline assessment
  • Develop tools for baseline assessment
  • Produce and share the progress of the assessment to National PHC support and
  • Knowledge Generation team of IPHC-E
  • The consultant is expected to produce the baseline assessment document and other supporting documents as deemed necessary
  1. Duties and responsibilities:
  • Develop baseline assessment proposal including tools
  • Conduct data collectors’ training/orientation
  • Data analysis and report write up
  • Organize meeting and capture inputs from the meeting and incorporate to the document
  • Prepare regular progress reports to the IPHC-E
  • Share baseline assessment report to the IPHC-E
  1. Minimum Education and Experience Required (Job Requirements) Qualifications;
  • A minimum of master’s degree or PhD in health sciences, monitoring and evaluation or health related disciplines and at least five(5) years of experiences
  • Experience in conducting assessments on Non communicable Diseases specially hypertension – preferred
  • Acquainted with the Ethiopian Health Policy, health System and who have proven skill and knowledge on PHC and Ethiopian Health Extension Program (HEP)
  • Proven experience in conducting baseline assessment
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to work independently and in teams within a multi-cultural environment
  • Demonstrated analytical and report writing skill
  • Excellent coordination skill
  1. Deliverables
  • Regular progress report on weekly basis
  • Final baseline assessment document including tools
  1. Activity timeline
S.N. Activity Deliverables Time line  
WK1 WK2 WK3 WK4 Remark
1 Proposal Development            
3 Woreda visit and collection of data Progress report          
4 Report writeup Progress report          
6 Finalize the document Final baseline assessment document          
 

Interested and qualified applicants are required to submit non-returnable copy of their application letter and credential to the Human Resource Department 3rd floor room number 307 within 7 days after the date of the announcement or send by: email address hr@crdaethiopia.org.

Address:  Consortium of Christian Relief and Development Association (CCRDA), Akaki Kality Sub City, Tel 0114390322, P.O. Box 5674, Debreziet road, adjacent to the Kality Ring Road round about, in front of Drivers and Mechanics Training Center.

Only short listed candidates will be contacted.