Scope of work, responsibilities and description of the proposed work;
The scope of this exercise is to engage national consultant to coordinate, facilitate, and supervise quantification and distribution of Malaria commodities until it reaches the final recipients. The consultant in close consultation with MoH will engage with all relevant stakeholders at federal and state levels to ensure timely implementation of the expected distribution.
The Consultant is expected to carry out the below roles and responsibilities
Take the lead in planning for the distribution, including induction meetings with the MoH and other stakeholders on a national level as well as state-level coordination.
Implement the distribution plans for all states ensuring all the monitoring and evaluation requirements of the GF are recorded and supervised.
Oversee the field level mass distribution and ensure adherence to the highest levels of quality.
Supervise implementation of interventions for malaria prevention and control according to GFATM-FMOH Scaling-Up Malaria Interventions in Sudan project and ensure timely reporting.
Perform any other relevant tasks as assigned by the supervisor.
The consultants will be based in UNHCR premises and will report to the Senior Public Health Officer and will be required to provide progress updates on the assignment. S/he will work in close collaboration with the Health, Programme, External Relations, and Supply Units at UNHCR.
The consultancy process will entail regular field travel to refugee areas within Sudan. UNHCR will be responsible to provide all the necessary logistical support and shall cater for all the logistics linked to the consultancy (travel arrangements, per diem).
Duration of the Consultancy:
The contract will be for approximately three months. The work might include activities to be undertaken at both home based and office level (UNHCR Offices).
The consultant will be based in UNHCR offices in South Kordofan state in Sudan with extensive field travel to the targeted state. The consultant will be required to report regularly or be present at UNHCR offices in Khartoum and in the field.