Midwives at Cuso International – Tanzania
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- Company: Cuso International – Tanzania
- Location: Tanzania
- State: Dar Es Salaam Jobs
- Job type: Full-Time
- Job category: Healthcare/Medical Jobs in Tanzania
Cuso International is an international development organization with the mandate of contributing to reduce poverty and social inequalities through the support of highly qualified volunteers, partnerships with Canadian, local and international organizations, as well as assistance from generous donors. Our vision is that of a world where everyone reaches out to their full potential, developing their skills and participating in bringing about a more just society.
- Minimum Qualification: Bachelor
- Experience Level: Management level
- Experience Length: 5 years
- improve the delivery of quality essential health services for women;
- improve the use of quality essential health services by women; strengthen the influence and empowerment of midwives and the recognition of the profession of midwifery as a key option in improving mother and child health.
- Evaluating the results, particularly of identified target groups, and comparing the actual results (including unexpected results) with the results projected at the beginning of the project, using the PMF as the frame of reference.
- Assessing the relevance, effectiveness and sustainability of project interventions and implementation strategies
- Identifying best practices and lessons learned, which should constitute the basis for future innovative interventions for the development of new programs.
- Assessing the application of knowledge and skills by midwives attended emergency obstetric and newborn emergencies training and its impact in improving the provision reproductive maternal newborn and child health services
- Assessing the strengths, weaknesses and challenges faced in the implementation of the project.
- Assessing the sustainability of project interventions and the benefits other than GAC funding Final evaluation goals Internally, the evaluation will serve both as an account of the results obtained and as a means to document project and organisational learning. For the donor, the evaluation will be a demonstration of how much the intervention has contributed in reducing maternal and neonatal mortality in the project areas. It will equally indicate to the donor whether their funds have been properly utilized and if they would wish to invest in a similar intervention in the future. The evaluation will be conducted in accordance with the criteria of relevance, effectiveness and sustainability.
- the capacity of midwifery associations to work with key stakeholders to upgrade training programs and clinical practice guidelines.
- the capacity of midwifery associations to contribute in strengthening regulatory and accreditation infrastructure for midwifery.
- the capacity of midwifery associations to play a leadership and advocacy role in the interest of midwives.
- Collection of primary data from beneficiaries, in households and health facilities (the same method and collection tools that were used during the baseline survey will be used for final data collection; see documents attached to the TOR).
- Review of secondary data and key documents, including: the proposal submitted to the donor, project agreements, narrative and financial reports, the performance measurement framework, the baseline report, the mid-term evaluation report, etc.
- One-on-one interviews with key informants such as project staff, members of midwifery associations, local NGOs representatives who collaborated in project the execution, staff from the Ministry of Health, etc.
- Men and women in communities that have benefited from project interventions;
- Midwives and Health care providers such as health facility In- Charges, Medical Officer In charge of Hospitals;
- Tanzania Midwives Association members (including leaders);
- Representatives of Regional Local l Government in Simiyu and Shinyanga0, Local NGOs –Tanzania Communication and Development Centre (TCDC, as well as the Community Based Organizations at the field level in Shinyanga and Simiyu
- Staff of the Ministry of Health, Community, Development, Gender, Elderly and Children
- Staff of Cuso International, CAM, and volunteers.
- The detailed methodology based on the terms of reference;
- A clear sampling methodology;
- Detailed planning of each task of the evaluation process and the persons involved in each task;
- List of stakeholders to consult;
- Data collection tools.
- An abstract comprising: background, methodology, key findings with respect to evaluation criteria / questions, a table showing baseline results and end-of- project indicators, as well as recommendations and lessons learned.
- The main report, including: context, purpose and evaluation criteria, evaluation design and methodology (including sampling), findings for each evaluation criterion, a & quot;before-after” analysis of results obtained, conclusions and recommendations.
- Annexes:a digital file containing (in full version) the qualitative and quantitative data collected and reviewed, terms of reference, data collection tools, the team’s itinerary; lists of respondents and reference documents should also be attached.
- At least 5 years of experience in the field of development;
- At least three (3) evaluations of projects / programs conducted over the last 5 years ;
- Excellent command of participatory approaches;
- Proven work experience in the field of sexual and reproductive health;
- Knowledge of the socio-political context.
How to Apply
Please manually apply for this job using the details below: Applicants (institutions or independent persons) interested in bidding for this consultancy must provide the aforementioned items on or before 16hrs Friday 11th October 2019 (Deadline), to the following address: [email protected]