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Détails de l'annonce

Organisation : Coopération Technique Belge
Site web :
Adresse email :
Lieu de l'emploi : Kampala – The candidate will reside in Kampala and its main field of activity will be within the Ministry of H /
Fichier : PDF icon en_job_descr_14028_ati_public_health.pdf
Type d'emploi : Contrat à durée déterminée
Type de contrat : Temps plein
Fonction : Santé
Date de publication : 30/07/2015
Date limite : 26/08/2015



  • Degree in Medicine
  • Master Degree in Public Health or equivalent diploma (candidate will have to provide course content)


  • At least 8 years in the field of public health and health service organisation of which at least 3 years in development countries.
  • Experience in institutional support and work at a ministry’s level.
  • Experience in effective management of health care facilities (Health district management).
  • Previous experience of coordination and leadership in a similar context
  • Experience in dealing with crosscutting issues (gender, SRHR, HIV)
  • Experience in action-research and capitalisation exercises are advantages
  • Knowledge on complexity concepts and management in complex environments are advantages
  • Knowledge on RBF and health insurance are advantages


The Institutional capacity building project in planning leadership and management in the Uganda health sector comes as a follow-up of a first phase and as a complement to Private Non For Profit (PNFP) project.


It will expand work started in 15 districts within the 2 regions of Rwenzori and Western Nile (learning from good practices and attempting to address challenges). It will intervene at the national level (Ministry of Health (MoH)), at the intermediate coordination level, at district level and health facility level in complementarity with PNFP project, Health Budget Support and the Support to Beneficiary Institutes for the Skills Development of their Human Resources (SDHR) project.

  • Responsible for the functional coordination between PNFP and ICB II project
  • Support coordination with all stakeholders inside and outside the MoH
  • Steer the international Administrative and Financial Expert
  • Coordinate the work between all National Technical Assistant working in PNFP and ICB-II
  • Participate to joint planning
  • Support the MoH in its efforts to coordinate capitalisation of experiences and policy recommendation exercises
  • Responsible for the co-management procedures in the ICB II project
  • Co-responsible for the planning and budgeting of activities
  • Co-responsible for the guiding of NTA
  • Actively assist in capacity building of project and national MoH staff
  • Conceive and organise action-research initiatives
  • Co-responsible in the development of a M & E system, based on the establishment of a baseline for each explicit topic of interest of the project
  • Support the MoH in capitalising experiences generated at the operational level and translate them in a national policy
  • Organise activities to improve the quality of care and the organisational quality
  • Organise formal evaluation conversations with the ITA of the PNFP project and the iAFE 

Détails de l'annonce

Organisation : Avocats Sans Frontières
Site web :
Adresse email :
Lieu de l'emploi : Kampala, Uganda /
Fichier : PDF icon offre_consutance1.pdf
Type d'emploi : Autre
Type de contrat : Temps plein
Fonction : Communication
Date de publication : 16/03/2015
Date limite : 24/03/2015




Job Location: Kampala, Uganda

Status: International Consultant

Closing date for applications: 25 March 2015                 

Duration: 30 days from April 2015                     

Since 2011, Avocats Sans Frontières (ASF) and the East African Law Society (EALS) have joined forces in a project dedicated to offering support and protection for Human Rights Defenders (HRDs) in East Africa and in the Great Lakes region. A key component of the project is to create a regional dynamic among HRDs, lawyers, protection organisations, networks and institutions, donors and other stakeholders in establishing a funding mechanism (Legal Protection Fund or LPF) designed to provide long-term and comprehensive responses to HRDs legal protection. The LPF will be officially incorporated by mid-April 2015.

Objective of the consultancy

The objective of the consultancy is to contribute to the visibility and the promotion of the services provided by the LPF towards stakeholders and beneficiaries.

The operationalization of the LPF requires the setting-up of an effective launching strategy which will allow the stakeholders and potential beneficiaries to understand:

  • The role, mandate and priority interventions of the LPF;
  • The LPF partnership structure and ways of functioning; and
  • The process allowing access to technical and/or financial assistance.

The consultant shall have the responsibility to develop and participate to the implementation of the LPF's information and visibility strategy, notably by:

  • Creating visibility materials (flyers, brochure, internet website, etc.); and
  • Contributing to the organization of the national launching meetings.

In order to fulfil these objectives, the consultant shall proceed to a review of documents specifically related to the creation of the LPF. The consultant shall work in close collaboration with ASF HRDs Regional Project Coordinator, the Fund Manager, ASF’s field offices and external professional suppliers for web design, graphic design, translations, printing, etc. (some of them being already identified).Objectives of the mission

Expected results of the consultancy and deliverables

  • An informative flyer to the attention of the general public is drafted, designed, printed and disseminated (in the relevant languages);
  • An informative brochure to the attention of donors and professional of the protection sector is drafted, designed, printed and disseminated (in the relevant languages);
  • The content of the LPF website is drafted (in English and in French) and the website is launched online and promoted, in accordance with the existing sitemap (with the support of an already identified professional web design supplier);
  • The launching meetings are organized and promoted (including via press relations); and
  • Production of any other relevant information/visibility materials discussed with ASF.

Duration - Timescale

The consultant would work for a maximum of 30 days in March and April 2015.

Fees and conditions

The consultant will receive 300 EUR per working day.

This amount covers all expenses incurred in the execution of the study.

Consultant profile

  • University degree in the field of communication, media studies, journalism and/or public relations or equivalent experience;
  • Significant experience (minimum 5 years) in the communication, media and/or public relations sectors;
  • Excellent written communication skills;
  • Strong analysis skills;
  • Experience in working with international organizations active in the sector of human rights is a great asset;
  • Fluency in English and/or French (facilities in both languages is an asset);
  • Experience with website content management is an asset;
  • Computer skills; and
  • Knowledge of the region is an asset.

To apply

Send your application including:

  • Your CV;
  • A motivation letter;
  • A proposition of work schedule;
  • Contact details of 3 persons of reference; and
  • Your availability

by 25th March 2015 to and (please mention “LPF consultancy – Communication and visibility” in the subject of your email).

We will only contact short-listed candidates due to limited human resources capacity. Thank you for your understanding and your interest.