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PROPEL Adapt plans to field-test the revised Scorecard to ascertain its appropriateness for assessing the policy environment on formulating and implementing essential health services policies in Nepal. Findings from the field testing will be used to adjust the effectiveness of the tool for global application in fragile settings. Field-testing will involve desk review and key informant interviews from September 2023 to December 2023.
The objective of the consultancy is to become an integral part of the field-testing activity and provide a range of technical support in-country from contextualizing resilient essential healthcare provision to gathering policy documents and creating a link between PROPEL Adapt and various stakeholders in Health System Strengthening, FP/RH, Primary Health Care, Emergency Preparedness and Response (Health), and Disaster Risk Reduction. In this case, stakeholders can be primarily government, development-humanitarian partners, and other Civil Society Organizations (CSO). We define CSOs, as non-profit, voluntary citizens’ groups that are organized on a local, national, or international level. Task-oriented and driven by people with a common interest, CSOs perform various services and humanitarian functions, bring citizens’ concerns to governments, monitor policies, and encourage political participation at the community level.
The application should include a technical proposal, a budget proposal, CV, and a previous work sample. The proposal should include a reflection on how specific attention to vulnerable and hard-to-reach populations. In addition, the consultant should consider and address the sensitivity of the topic at hand in the methodology and be reflected in the team set-up. Offers should include a separate quotation for the complete services, stated in US dollars. The budget should present consultancy fees according to the number of expected working days over the entire period, both in totality and as a daily fee. Travel costs, if any, should be included.
Applications will be evaluated on the basis of whether the submitted proposal captures an understanding of the main deliverables as per this ToR, a methodology relevant to achieving the results foreseen, and the overall capacity of the consultant to carry out the work (i.e. inclusion of proposed evaluators’ CVs, reference to previous work, etc.).
Interested consultancy firms/teams or individual consultant should apply to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject as “Application for PROPEL EOI” by 1st September 2023, 17:00 hours Nepal Standard Time. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
We would appreciate the necessary documents being submitted as separate attachments (proposal, budget, CV, and at least 1 work sample). Please include your contact details in your CV. Please indicate in your email application on which platform you saw this vacancy. ACF Nepal reserves the right to reject any or all applications. Telephonic enquiries will not be entertained.