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Conseil Santé in the World

Conseil Santé has carried out more than 150 assignments in over 40 countries.


Our clients

We have three types of client: governments, administrations and public bodies; multilateral and bilateral development funding agencies; hospital establishments.


Our teams

Conseil Santé employs several hundred senior and junior experts of various nationalities, the vast majority of whom are technical specialists.


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Selected references
Mali
European Union
Support with the management mechanism of the monitoring and evaluation system of the national food security system (2019-2022)
This technical support falls within the framework of PRORESA – the Programme to Strengthen Food Security – to meet the challenges of chronic food and nutritional insecurity in Mali (2016-2021). The overall development objective which PRORESA is working towards is to reduce the food and nutritional insecurity of vulnerable populations in Mali.
It aims to improve the management of annual interventions, accountability and capitalisation within the National Food Security System by setting up a reliable, effective monitoring and evaluation system at the level of the Food Security Commission that meets international standards and allows consensus among the various actors at national level.
Democratic Republic of the Congo
European Union
Support in the process to transfer activities from the Global Fund to the institutions of the National Essential Medicine Procurement System (SNAME) (2019-2022)
This EU-funded project aims to support the process to transfer the purchase, storage and distribution of essential medicines from the Global Fund in DR Congo to the National Essential Medicine Procurement System (SNAME), thus helping to improve the population’s access to quality essential medicines, particularly medicines for malaria, tuberculosis, and HIV/Aids.
The objective of the technical assistance is therefore to:
- support the process of transferring the purchase and management of medicines from the Global Fund to the FEDECAME system;
- provide technical support for the operation of the Monitoring Committee, the coordination and monitoring body of the transfer.
Guinea-Bissau
European Union
Final evaluation of the project 'Diritu à Saude' (2019)
Final evaluation of the project 'Diritu a saude' (right to health) which aimed to promote the right to access to health services, especially in the Bissau Autonomous Area. The evaluation allowed the EU Delegation to get a clear vision of: (1) the five DAC evaluation criteria of the OECD (relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability and impact); (2) the two EU criteria: EU added value and coherence of the action with the EU strategy in Guinea Bissau in the health sector and with other EU policies, and interaction with other actions of Member States and other donors, in this project especially the World Bank, and (3) the three transversal criteria: gender approach, interrelation with SDGs (sustainable development goals) and the rights-based approach.
North Macedonia
Others
Technical assistance to support the implementation of the Shtip Regional Clinical Hospital Project (2019-2020)
The project is for the construction of a regional hospital gathering all services scattered around the campus of the existing Shtip Clinical Hospital, and increasing its capacity and list of specialities. The new regional hospital will have a capacity of 245 beds, a total surface of almost 34 000 m², and will offer medical services to over 200,000 potential patients.
Kazakhstan
World Bank
Primary healthcare improvement, primary and secondary prevention (2019-2021)
The objective of this assignment is to promote the modernisation of the PHC service in Kazakhstan by supporting and strengthening 16 centres of clinical excellence as regional intelligence hubs intended for the implementation of the best and most advanced methods, standards and technology in the PHC area.
Jamaica
World Bank
Consulting services to undertake a vulnerability assessment of the health sector; pilot programme for climate resilience (2019-2020)
Jamaica, a small island developing state, is particularly vulnerable to climate change and climate-related disasters. The changes will have significant implications for human health, contributing to vector borne diseases and generally affecting the health of its population. Jamaica has therefore embarked on a programme to adapt to climate change and build its disaster risk resilience. In order to help improve the resilience of health facilities, the project is aimed at facilitating a detailed vulnerability assessment of the health sector and preparing a costed resilience strengthening plan to climate-proof the nation’s health facilities.
Tunisia
European Union
Identification and formulation of a programme to support social inclusion and the fight against poverty (2019)
Phase 1 – Identification: review of the current situation in terms of progress in the implementation of the different strategies and action plans related to the fields concerned (social protection, the fight against exclusion, access to health, grant programme for basic commodities, social security fund reforms, health insurance fund reform, etc.), review of the actors (Tunisian stakeholders and technical and financial partners) and of past or ongoing interventions. Proposal of intervention assumptions to support the Tunisian government in its reforms of the poverty reduction and social transfer system. Drafting of the action document.
Phase 2 - Detailed formulation of the support programme, demonstrating its relevance and coherence with the objectives and policy instruments of the EU and of the country, its feasibility, complementarity with the actions of the other funding agencies, and with already ongoing or planned EU projects. Drafting of all documents needed to implement the action.
Albania
World Bank
University Medical Centre of Tirana (QSUT) international management team support – Implementation of the New Management Strategy for QSUT (2019-2021)
The objective of this assignment is to support the implementation of the new management strategy for the Mother Theresa University Hospital (QSUT) to improve the efficiency, effectiveness and accountability of the QSUT, and thus improve the utilisation efficiency and effectiveness of the different levels of the healthcare network as a continuum of services:
- Implementation of a continuous quality improvement system (CQIS) and support to revamp the referral system and restructure/reengineer the management process in both the administrative and clinical areas, to improve the results and quality of care of QSUT. This includes revamping the system to improve the efficiency of emergency referrals, and the clinical effectiveness of emergency services at QSUT;
- Design, development/adaptation and implementation of a new automated hospital management information system (HMIS).
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