WHO calls for proposals

The Infection Prevention and Control Global Unit announced the following request for proposals for two consultancies with the Service Delivery Safety Department in Geneva, Switzerland. This call  will expire soon so hurry up

WHO calls for proposals

WHO calls for proposals

 

The Infection Control global Unit circulated the following Email;

Dear Colleagues, You are hereby invited to submit a proposal for consultancy for the joint project “Supporting infection prevention and quality universal health coverage in the context of Ebola and other highly infectious diseases” with the Universal Health Coverage and Quality and Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) Units; in the Service Delivery and Safety Department.

You are hereby invited to submit a proposal for consultancy for the joint project “Supporting infection prevention and quality universal health coverage in the context of Ebola and other highly infectious diseases” with the Universal Health Coverage and Quality and Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) Units; in the Service Delivery and Safety Department. To accomplish the goals and objectives of the project, the following expertise is required: technical expertise in the field of strategic and operational IPC including policy and guideline development, experience of outbreaks of highly transmissible diseases (e.g. Ebola virus disease) and the leadership requirements necessary to support response and recovery work; safe essential health care services; start-up program development, execution and evaluation; implementation science and behavior change and the translation of knowledge into practice; sustainability; and technical expertise in patient safety and quality improvement. Strong ability to work at the policy level across all three levels of WHO as well as building excellent relationships with key global health stakeholders is critical to the role. WHO, a public international organization consisting of 194 Member States, is dependent on contributions it receives for the implementation of its activities. You are therefore requested to propose the best and most cost-effective solution to meet WHO’s requirements. This Request for Proposals (RFP) is open to individuals engaged in the field of IPC with proven expertise in IPC policy/guidelines development, public health, and patient safety and quality improvement. Please follow the instructions set forth in the Annex below in the submission of your proposal to WHO. The Annex forms an integral part of this RFP. The proposal should be prepared and submitted in the English language and should include the following information: • Proposed approach/methodology (1page) according to the TORs • Proposed timeline (1page maximum) • Questionnaire for Bidders • WHO Personal History Form Proposals should be submitted to WHO in writing no later than 15 June 2016 at 17:00 hours [Geneva] [CET] time, by email at the following address: delauzunj@who.int.

 

if you are interested please hurry up

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