The overarching aim of the GF Resilient & Sustainable Systems for Health RSSH project is to improve the health and well-being of the Nigerian people by identifying and addressing systemic issues affecting the optimal delivery of health services in Nigeria.
The Global Fund RSSH framework is in line with the World Health Organization’s health system building blocks. The RSSH grant is providing an opportunity for the strengthening of the Nigerian health system across the HIV, TB, and malaria and other health interventions.
Procurement and Supply Chain Management PSM) and Laboratory system strengthening. It also supports the innovative State approach’ currently piloted in the three states of Oyo, Kaduna & Imo.
The state approach covers elements like public financial management, Health Labour Market Assessment, support for health insurance and health sector coordination, establishing Local Government Areas (LGAs) of learning (Operational Research), Demand Creation & Service Uptake, among others.
National Center for Disease Control (NCDC) and the National Product Supply Chain Management Program (NPSCMP). In addition, to support implementation of the States approach activities, MSH works with two (1) Technical Services Organizations (TSO), Health Systems Consult Limited (HSCL) and Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM).
As part of intervention to enhance the capacity of the three SRs to manage projects under the RSSH grant, the SRs are expected to attend a training on Managing and Using Program and Finance Data as identified during the pre-award assessment of these SRs.
To this end, RSSH will provide a short term technical assistance to provide the required training for these SRs on this topic in the month of June, 2020.
Objectives The goal of this activity is to provide training on Managing and Using Program and Finance Data to strengthen the capacity of the Sub-Recipients (SRs) under the Global Fund Resilient & Sustainable Systems for Health RSSH project in June 2020.
Specific TOR for the consultant - Hold a meeting with RSSH and representatives of the SR to finalise the training agenda - Conduct training to include (but not limited to the following topics) using adult learning techniques, case studies, role plays, practical examples, as appropriate - Basic concepts of M&E - M&E frameworks - M&E activities - Role of M&E in project implementation (including RSSH indicators) - Establishment of M&E systems - MIS and the National MIS system - Data sources - Data quality - Data management and data use - Learning activities - Practical skills in excel - Performance management - Overview of M&E plan 3.
Evaluate the training 4. Provide post training plans for RSSH to implement Number of consultant(s) : M / E or HIS Expert (2) Estimated level of effort : 10 working days (5 days training, 3 days preparation, 2 days report writing) Deliverables - Final training agenda - Training report - Training documents slides and other materials - Post training follow up plans - Minimum qualification of a Master degree or equivalent, in Public Health, Epidemiology or related field.
Competencies - Strong technical capabilities in M&E - Strong interpersonal communication skills - Ability to resolve complex problems with minimal supervision - Proficient in computer skills Technical Experience - At least 5 - 10 years of experience in M&E in Nigeria and working on the National Health Management Information System.
Language Excellent English writing and oral skills. Method of application : Please, send your CV and cover letter as a one-word document.
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