Capacity-Building and Systems Development in Support to a Sindh Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Policy, Strategy and Implementation Framework (2018-2021)
The overall objective of the Project is to sustainably improve the nutritional status of children under five (U5) and of Pregnant and Lactating Women (PLW) in Sindh in line with the second target indicator of the SDG Goal No2. The specific objective of the contract is to build-up the capacity of the Government of Sindh (GoS) and other stakeholders regarding nutrition-related policy/strategy development, coordination, implementation, adaptive research, data collection/analysis and communication.
Development of a communication strategy and tools for the promotion of medical tourism (2017-2018)
This project aims to develop an effective relational and digital communication strategy to fill the current gap. This strategy will deepen the link and relationship with international patients and foster a relationship based on psychological proximity.
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Design, development and installation of an information system for the Department of Pharmaceuticals and Medicines (2017)
Design, development and implementation of a dynamic, modular information system to support the DPM's medicine importation certification and monitoring/control activities in the short term, and allowing it to computerise additional activities in the medium term.
Comprehensive Feasibility Studies for three regional Hospitals in Iasi, Cluj and Craiova - Romania (2017-2019)
The objective of this assignment is to support the Romanian authorities in the preparation of a project regarding the construction of three regional hospitals in Iasi, Cluj-Napoca and Craiova. The project is part of the Romanian National Health Strategy, and aims to obtain co-financing from the European Structural and Investment (ESI) Funds.
Technical Assistance for the Management and Implementation of the Community Health Workforce Programme (2017-2018)
The overall goal of the Community Health Workers Programme is to provide equitable access to health care services to the population of Liberia by strengthening community health interventions through a national standardised community package of health services to be provided by trained, deployed and motivated community health workers. Phase one will be formative in nature and will have quantitative population level objectives for outcomes. It will shape and support full implementation during the next phase of the project.
Situation analysis of public health facilities in 25 health districts of Côte d’Ivoire (2016-2017)
This project involves a situation analysis of 589 health facilities of 25 health districts of Côte d’Ivoire: regional hospitals, general hospitals and urban and rural first-contact health facilities.
The study includes 4 phases:
- Launch of the project;
- Evaluation of the health facilities (situation analysis);
- Architectural and technical studies (preliminary design/detailed design);
- Tender documents (provisional and final).
This study falls within the framework of achieving the objectives of the National Health Development Plan, and is one of the preconditions for the implementation of the performance-based financing strategy.
Analysis of the alignment of senior health management training with the country’s needs (2016)
The overall objective is to help ensure a better alignment between the basic training of senior health staff and the skills needs of the health system:
- Diagnosis of the gaps between the training proposed by health science faculties and the Ministry’s needs;
- Analysis of the relevance of internship as a method for training and coaching senior management;
- Description of investment requirements (human resources, materials and new curricula);
- Formulation of recommendations to improve the initial training of senior health managers.
Performance of a study on the liberalisation of health worker training (2016)
The objective of this study is to examine the liberalization of health worker training by national private bodies in a formal framework, taking into account the harmonisation of training curricula advocated by the West African Health Organisation (WAHO), and to propose a structured model for a health worker training school. More specifically, it involves:
1) Inventorying the main private bodies proposing health worker training;
2) Assessing the quality of the trainers working in these bodies and of the training provided;
3) Analysing the current training framework of public training bodies in relation with the requirements of the LMD ‘licence (bachelor), master, doctorate system’;
4) Making comparative proposals for training curricula in the private training bodies in the context of harmonising practices;
5) Proposing a structured model for a health worker training school.