Country : Bangladesh
Summary : LRPS-2019-9152049-to provide technical assistance for preparation of costed implementation plan for the project entitled "Strengthening Urban Health Systems for Comprehensive Primary Health Care (PHC)
TPD Ref No : 36178097
Document Ref. No. : UNICEF
Financier : Self Financed
Purchaser : UNICEF
Email: nhaque@unicef.org
&#rl;&#nl;First name: Nasreen
&#rl;&#nl;Surname: Haque
&#rl;&#nl;Telephone country code: Bangladesh (+880)
&#rl;&#nl;Telephone number: 55668088
&#rl;&#nl;Telephone extension: 7301
Tender Details : Tender are invited for LRPS-2019-9152049-to provide technical assistance for preparation of costed implementation plan for the project entitled "Strengthening Urban Health Systems for Comprehensive Primary Health Care (PHC)&#rl;&#nl;
Deadline : 24-Sep-2019 11:00 (GMT 6.00)&#rl;&#nl;
Published : 09-Sep-2019&#rl;&#nl;
Type of Notice : Request for proposal&#rl;&#nl;
Beneficiary Country/Territory : Bangladesh&#rl;&#nl;
Reference : UNICEF&#rl;&#nl;
Description : TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR INSTITUTIONAL CONTRACT&#rl;&#nl;
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Title of the assignment&#rl;&#nl;
Development of detail implementation plan on Strengthening Urban Health Systems for Comprehensive Primary Health Care (PHC) services for the Most Deprived Women and Children&#rl;&#nl;
Purpose&#rl;&#nl;
To provide technical assistance for preparation of Inception Report including the detailed costed implementation plan for the project entitled "Strengthening Urban Health Systems for Comprehensive Primary Health Care (PHC) for the Most Deprived Women and Children" &#rl;&#nl;
Location&#rl;&#nl;
Dhaka, Bangladesh. &#rl;&#nl;
Estimated Duration&#rl;&#nl;
3.5 months of working over six months period of contract &#rl;&#nl;
Reporting to Technical Supervisor of this assignment&#rl;&#nl;
Health Manager&#rl;&#nl;
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1. Background&#rl;&#nl;
Bangladesh is one of the countries in the world with the most rapid urbanization and fastest growth of slum areas. Currently around 37 percent (62.5 million) of Bangladeshis live in urban areas; this urban population is growing at the rate of 5 per cent per annum, and in the next 30 years (by 2050) this will almost double, reaching 117.8 million. Social services such as health, nutrition and education are not keeping pace with urbanization, and people - especially the poorest, migrant slum dwellers - are left behind in accessing their basic rights to services, including Primary Health Care (PHC). Urban Primary Health Care services are fragmented and have been operating in a time-bound project mode for over twenty years. There are gaps in clear strategies and coordin...
Deadline : 24 Sep 2019
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