Request for Proposals: Systems Mapping for the Health Systems Leadership Development in Liberia, Malawi, and Uganda
Last Mile Health
The goal of this consultancy is to conduct systems mapping in Liberia, Malawi, and Uganda to complement and inform program design refinement and MERL activities. Specifically, the objectives are:
-Identify key components of the health system and related systems (e.g., finance, education), the links between those systems, including the positive and negative points of influence that may be targeted for change (e.g., departments, roles, skills gaps) to maximize the impact of health system leadership training activities in each country.
-Identify and target gaps based on needs of the health system to support design and delivery of more customized programming for each country.
-Identify specific health system leadership capacity gaps that can be addressed to catalyze the key community health policy reforms or initiatives in each country.
-Assess the health system leadership capacity building strategies (where they exist) for partner governments and propose a roadmap to development and/or improvement of such strategies.
-Ensure that the work to meet each of the objectives is approached from a gender mainstreaming perspective.
-Several years of professional experience in public health and/or international development with a focus on health systems, human resources for health, training and education, and systems mapping.
-Experience in countries of focus is strongly preferred.
-Demonstrated ability to collaborate with external partners and government counterparts.
-Deep knowledge of scientific report writing standards, strong quantitative aptitude, and a thorough understanding of public health research methodologies.
-Strong qualitative skills, including demonstrated experience developing KII and FGD guides, leading KIIs and FGDs, qualitative data, and reporting findings.
-Ability to clearly communicate complex technical information to a wide variety of audiences.
Please send proposals to [email protected], no later than July 30, 2021. No proposals should be submitted via this portal.
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