Deadline: 25-Feb-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
This assignment is for a firm to conduct a health security financing assessment in Kenya. The purpose of the assessment is to support the national government develop financing strategies for prioritized national preparedness plans to strengthen financing systems that accelerate and sustain progress towards effective health security. The application of the tool promotes national policy dialogue around health security financing in both human and animal health and other relevant sectors and informs the development or refinement of health security financing strategies and instruments to improve International Health Regulations capacities.
Deadline: 08-Oct-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Indonesia has made substantial progress on implementing the International Health Regulation (IHR) 2005 and just conducted a Joint External Evaluation (JEE) which identified priority gaps to improve its IHR core capacities. Recognizing the need for sustainable financing for health security, Indonesia is committing to taking part on a health security financing assessment. The World Bank is providing technical assistance to the Government of Indonesia to implement the health financing security assessment tool (HSFAT) that has been developed for countries conduct the assessment. The assignment is focusing on the following (i) quantitative analysis of the Financing for Health Security Components, especially at the sub national level (Province and District level); (ii) qualitative information on planning and budgeting processes, organization arrangement, and (iii) case study on recent outbreak in Indonesia. Data collection will be done in selected provinces (probably 2) and one district from each selected province.
For this assignment, the firm will be working in close coordination with the World Bank team currently working on the Central level health security financing.
The firm will work with the Technical Task Force (TTF) to involve other relevant agencies in both the public, private sectors and community based organization that need to be included in the assessment.