Current Projects

In-Service 'On the Job' Training, Sierra Leone

In-Service ‘On the Job’ Training, Sierra Leone

Funded by UNICEF, Technical Assistance is required to complement the Ministry of Health and Sanitation’s training programme for healthcare providers. Capacity building and sustainability of the programme are also of importance.

Specific objectives of the TA

Training, curriculum development and supportive supervision.

  • Develop a detailed plan for the capacity-building and in-service training focusing on knowledge, skills and practicing of health services providers.
  • Update integrated On the Job Training modules.
  • Develop national level capacity to deliver and monitor implementation of the package.
  • Work with members of the 14 District Health Management Teams and VSO volunteers in the districts to roll out the training.
  • Conduct quarterly supportive supervision and On the Job training at all hospitals and community health centres, and in selected Maternal Child Health Posts and Community Health Posts.



Evaluation of Health Transition Fund, Zimbabwe

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The Health Transition Fund (HTF) in Zimbabwe is a multi-donor pooled fund, managed by UNICEF, to support the Ministry of Health and Child Welfare (MOHCW) in Zimbabwe to "achieve the highest possible level of health and quality of life for all Zimbabweans".  The general objective of the HTF project is "to reduce maternal and child mortality through supporting high impact interventions and health systems strengthening". 

Specific objectives of the TA

To conduct independent progress reviews and impact evaluation activities for the HTF Steering Committee and to assess the HTF programme implementation against the goals and objectives set in the HTF Logical Framework and the evaluation criteria endorsed by the OECD-Development Assistance Committee.

TA will also assess the HTF's effectiveness in reaching the target populations and vulnerable groups and to see how well the HTF transformed the available resources into the intended outputs and outcomes in terms of quantity, quality and timeliness of delivery (value for money)



Mapping of Sexual and Reproductive Health & Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Data Collection in Humanitarian Crises

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WHO and partners are interested in better understanding the status of women, newborn and children in humanitarian and emergency situations and as a result has initiated a project to map data collection in different humanitarian and emergency situations on women’s sexual and reproductive health (SRH), newborn and children, and also who collects these data.

Specific objectives of the TA

Technical Assistance will map existing efforts of data collection and tools used for collecting the information in different humanitarian and emergency situations in relation to women’s sexual and reproductive health, newborn and children. Mapping includes information on all four domains of the Monitoring and Evaluation framework: input, output, outcome and health status indicators.