UN Environment – CONSULTANCY OPPORTUNITY
DATE POSTED : July 25, 2017
PURPOSE OF THE CONSULTANCY.
The project will be will be implemented through 3 components namely; Component 1: A centralized system for effective wildlife trade monitoring, Component 2: Development of a ready-to-use CITES e-permitting system and Component 3: Community empowerment, education and awareness. The detailed explanation of components is in the Project Identification Form (PIF). However, the outcomes, outputs and activities of component 1 as stated in the PIF are no longer relevant to this project but the component wording of E-permitting will be maintained. Therefore the purpose of this consultancy is to develop new outcomes, outputs and activities of component 1 and is to provide all required information for component 2 that will be used for the preparation of a UN ENVIRONMENT /GEF full-sized project document including CEO Endorsement Request and the required/relevant annexes
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UN Environment invites all suitably qualified individuals to submit an expression of interest and proposal in response to the attached TOR. Expressions of interest and proposals must be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Application Deadline: 07 August, 2017
WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION (WHO) – CONSULTANCY OPPORTUNITY
DATE POSTED : July 25, 2017
Title: National Consultant in Social Science
Contract type: Consultant
Duration of contract: 3 months
OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMME
The responsibility for deciding whether to introduce a new vaccine rests with the national Government. To encourage the strengthening of national capacity to formulate evidence-based policies around vaccine introduction, the Global Vaccine Action Plan 2011-2020 recommended that all countries create or strengthen independent national immunization technical advisory groups (NITAGs) and in 2010 the World Health Organization (WHO) published guidance for NITAGs. Most industrialized and some developing countries rely
on evidence-based recommendations from a NITAG. However, it is not clear to what extent NITAGs are integrated into the policy process.
The Republic of South Africa (RSA) was selected for a qualitative assessment to understand the contextual adaptation of the structure and function of their NITAG, called the National Advisory Group for Immunization (NAGI), and its integration into the policy process that have led to successful immunization policy in countries with the most recent vaccine introduction. In addition, linkages between the NAGI and the National Certification Commission for the Eradication of Poliomyelitis (NCC) in the context of the transition of polio assets will be explored. The work will be a collaboration between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), and the Ministry of Health RSA.
Data collection methods for this assessment will include a document review/abstraction and semi-structured indepth interviews with key informants in the policy process. To assist with planning as well as collection, coding, and analysis of qualitative data, two national consultants with expertise in social science are needed.
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Application Deadline: 01 August, 2017