Call for Expression of Interest
Health Quality Improvement Policy Consultant
University Research Co., LLC’s (URC) USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (ASSIST) Project, is a global leader in the implementation, advocacy, development and promotion of cost-effective methods to design and improve healthcare services and systems in developing and middle income countries.
USAID ASSIST Project wishes to contract a Quality Improvement Consultant to fill key information and practice gaps to provide an evidence base in combination with other key references to inform current and future Ministry of Health (MOH) efforts and strategies to improve, institutionalize, and standardize quality improvement.
The Consultant is to undertake an in depth Baseline Situational Analysis (BSA) of Quality Improvement Systems, Structures and Stakeholders in order to inform the design and development of a National Health Quality Improvement Policy and Strategy.
Detailed information of this consultancy can be obtained at the University Research Co., LLC website www.urc-chs.com
Following the Expression of Interest, URC will issue Request for Proposal to successful applicants.
Interested and qualified individual consultants should send a detailed work breakdown structure (WBS) and EOI documents in sealed envelopes clearly marked in bold letter EOI: CONSULTANCY SERVICES to:
The Finance and Administration Officer,
University Research Co,
Mayfair Centre, Ralph Bunch Road
P.O. Box 38359-00623
The closing date for submissions is 1st November, 2013.
Only successful bidders will be contacted.
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