To conduct a performance assessment of Project HOPE s Kazakhstan project Addressing cross-border TB, M/XDR-TB and TB/HIV among labor migrants .
The Addressing cross-border TB, M/XDR-TB and TB/HIV among labor migrants project has been implemented by Project HOPE in the Republic of Kazakhstan since December 2014 within the framework of the Global Fund grant for TB under the New Funding Mechanism. Aim of the project is to develop and introduce highly effective measures to control TB, M/XDR-TB and TB/HIV among labor migrants.
Project HOPE believes that the project performance assessment as a problem-solving approach that focuses on critical, immediate must do performance issues. The ultimate purpose of performance assessment is to achieve an efficient and effective project performance by providing relevant feedback to the project management at all levels. During the assessment it is critical to identify key performance issues (or untapped opportunities) preventing team from achieving project performance objectives.
The outputs of assessment is a report, a concise one-page summary and an action plan with creative solutions designed to more effectively address revealed barriers and opportunities and achieve desired performance results
To conduct Project Performance Assessment Project HOPE is seeking for a team of two consultants, where one will be having a particular focus on migrants and health specific issues and another one will work with health organizations involved in TB control and their role in project implementation.
Assess the specific features of medical assistance to migrants, with the focus on TB care
Review relevant project documentation: proposal, partner reports, quarterly reports, annual reports and other documents developed on country and regional working groups, and high-level meetings.
Analytical data review of the Project implementation.
Evaluate outreach activities, referral for diagnosis, and organization of TB examination, screening and treatment of TB among external migrants in the framework of the project.
To introduce to the Project HOPE team best practices and evidence-based approaches of work with migrants on TB prevention and treatment.
Conduct an evaluation of overall achievements, successes, challenges, and lessons learned of the project per objective, indicators towards reaching the goals of the Project.
Develop together with key project members a comprehensive action plan for future replication.
Period of Performance:Seventeen (17) days
Advanced degree in Public Health, Public Administration, or relevant field of study with at least 7 years of relevant experience
Experience working in low and lower-middle income countries on public health programs and research/evaluation. Experience in former Soviet Union/Eastern Europe highly desirable
Exceptional analytical (qualitative and quantitative) and communication (written and verbal) skills
Content expertise in TB, migration and health field in low-middle-income countries
Proven experience evaluating development aid and/or donor programs and providing practical recommendations
Strategic thinking, priority setting and problem solving skills in a limited-structure, and multicultural environment
Ability to work closely and foster strong professional relationships with in-country colleagues
Excellent English writing skills, knowledge of Russian highly desired
How to apply:
To apply for consideration, please visit our Project HOPE Careers website using the following link: