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Health and Nutrition consultant to support UNICEF programme in Tete

This is an invitation to express interest and present an application to provide technical assistance to provincial and district planning and implementation processes for the health sectoras per below detailed terms of reference (TORS) describing the tasks for which technical assistance is sought.

Communication consultant to support UNICEF programme in Zambézia

This is an invitation to express interest and present an application to provide field-based coaching, monitoring, documentation, and evaluation services associated with UNICEF’s CAPP - communication, advocacy, participation and partnerships programmes and partners in Zambézia as per below detailed terms of reference (TORS) describing the tasks for which technical assistance is sought.

Project Assistant for the Capacity Development for Education for All (CapEFA) Programme in Mozambique

Background

UNESCO’s Capacity Development for Education for All (CapEFA) Programme is an extra-budgetary funding mechanism and programme approach created in 2003 to complement UNESCO’s efforts of global advocacy and coordination for the Education For All (EFA) movement with concrete action at the country level, particularly in countries most at risk of not achieving the goals by 2015. The programme works with national counterparts to promote participatory nationally driven efforts to enhance capacities in planning processes, management’s functions, and organizational structures to improve educational quality and increase educational opportunities for all. Since its launch in 2009 in Mozambique, the Programme targets the sub-sector of literacy and non-formal education and provides support to the National Directorate of Literacy and Adult Education of the Ministry of Education and Human Development.

Advocacy and Communication Strategy Consultant

Position title: Advocacy and Communication Strategy Consultant

Duty station: Pretoria

Duration: 10 months contract (renewable based on funding and the need)

Organizational unit: Migration and Health Unit

Reporting directly to: Migration Health Project Officer (TB and HIV in the Mining Sector based in Pretoria)

Overall supervision by Chief of Mission, Pretoria, South Africa

Remuneration package: Negotiable based on qualifications, knowledge and experience

Re-advertisement - UN Women: Deputy Representative

Location: Maputo, MOZAMBIQUE

Application Deadline: 13-Jul-15

Type of Contract: FTA International

Post Level: P-4

Languages Required: English Portuguese

Duration of Initial Contract: 1 year

WFP: Convite para Apresentação de Propostas (cancelled)

cancelled

O Programa Mundial para Alimentação (PMA) em Moçambique, no âmbito do apoio ao Governo de Moçambique na implementação do programa ODM1c, convida a individuais ou empresas Nacionais e Internacionais a apresentarem propostas para o treinamento do programa nacional de fortificação de alimentos.

Independent Consultant for the Final external evaluation of UNESCO’s Capacity Development for Education for All (CapEFA) Programme in Mozambique

UNESCO’s Capacity Development for Education for All (CapEFA) Programme is an extra-budgetary funding mechanism and programme approach created in 2003 to complement UNESCO’s efforts of global advocacy and coordination for the Education For All (EFA) movement with concrete action at the country level, particularly in countries most at risk of not achieving the goals by 2015. Since its launch in 2009 in Mozambique, the Programme targets the sub-sector of literacy and non-formal education and provides support to the National Directorate of Literacy and Adult Education of the Ministry of Education and Human Development. Specifically, Programme aims to contribute to the development of capacities intrinsically related to the three pillars of the literacy and adult education national strategy for 2010-2015: (i) increase access and retention; (ii) increase quality and relevance of education programmes; and (iii) strengthen institutional and organizational capacities.

With the upcoming target date of 2015, UNESCO launched a global external evaluation of the CapEFA Programme to:

(i) Assess the Programme’s overall contribution to the EFA agenda and

(ii) Provide recommendations on how it can be redesigned to be relevant to the post-2015 agenda.

Independent Consultant for the Final external evaluation of UNESCO’s Capacity Development for Education for All (CapEFA) Programme in Mozambique

Context of the Evaluation

UNESCO’s Capacity Development for Education for All (CapEFA) Programme is an extra-budgetary funding mechanism and programme approach created in 2003 to complement UNESCO’s efforts of global advocacy and coordination for the Education For All (EFA) movement with concrete action at the country level, particularly in countries most at risk of not achieving the goals by 2015. Since its launch in 2009 in Mozambique, the Programme targets the sub-sector of literacy and non-formal education and provides support to the National Directorate of Literacy and Adult Education of the Ministry of Education and Human Development. Specifically, Programme aims to contribute to the development of capacities intrinsically related to the three pillars of the literacy and adult education national strategy for 2010-2015: (i) increase access and retention; (ii) increase quality and relevance of education programmes; and (iii) strengthen institutional and organizational capacities.

With the upcoming target date of 2015, UNESCO launched a global external evaluation of the CapEFA Programme to:

(i) Assess the Programme’s overall contribution to the EFA agenda and

(ii) Provide recommendations on how it can be redesigned to be relevant to the post-2015 agenda.

CONSULTOR PARA COMPILAÇÃO DE INFORMAÇÃO PARA ESTRATÉGIA DA GESTÃO VECTORIAL INTEGRADA

Tarefas do Consultor

  • Auscultar e colectar a informação dos diferentes intervenientes (envolvidos na planificação e implementação das actividades de GVI) no que concerne as melhores estratégias para cada região em função da situação epidemiológica de cada área;
  • Alinhar a informação com base nos objectivos e metas do PNCM
  • Trabalhar com a equipa da OMS na compilação da informação e elaborar a estratégia da GVI em português com base nos prazos estabelecidos.

REVISÃO DOS CONTEÚDOS DO GUIÃO DE FORMAÇÃO DOS POSTOS SENTINELAS DE VIGILÂNCIA NUTRICIONAL

CONTEXTO

O sistema de vigilância nutricional destina-se a colher, analisar, interpretar e reportar informações sobre o estado nutricional das populações e, o mais importante que são usadas para informar as estratégias de resposta adequadas.

No período de 2012 a 2014, varias avaliações dos postos sentinela de vigilância nutricional revelaram que estes são úteis no diagnóstico da desnutrição, contudo apresentam um défice na sua classificação e na descrição da situação nutricional. O processo de medição antropométrica é simples, porém a análise e a classificação de dados para o diagnóstico descritivo da situação nutricional foram consideradas complexas, explicando em parte a baixa frequência de envio incluindo a qualidade dos dados.

Tendo em conta os objectivos do PAMRDC e o contexto global em que os estados membros adoptaram o plano mundial de nutrição materna infantil e do pequeno lactente e a lista dos seus indicadores, o novo Sistema de Informação de Saúde para a Monitoria e Avaliação (SIS - MA), e desenvolvimento de novos instrumentos de monitoria de saúde materna e infantil pelo MISAU, foram actualizados e incluídos novos indicadores de nutrição, incluindo alguns existentes nos PSVN.

Neste contexto torna-se, necessário a revisão do actual guião de formação dos postos sentinelas de vigilância nutricional, por forma melhor o desempenho dos profissionais de saúde e por último fortalecer a monitoria do estado nutricional do grupo alvo que são as mulheres e as crianças. Assim a OMS pretende contratar assistência técnica (APW: Agreement for the Performance of Work) por um período de três semanas (15 dias uteis) para apoiar o MISAU neste processo.