ASHM Global Division Strategic Information Consultancy
ASHM’s Global work focuses on strengthening the capacity of sexual and reproductive health and blood borne virus workforce within the Asia and Pacific region to deliver equitable and quality health services. ASHM currently has three programs; Timor-Leste and the Pacific program, Papua New Guinea program and Southeast Asia program. The majority of ASHM’s Global projects are located in Papua New Guinea. These include the Supporting Triple Elimination Project, Sexual and Reproductive Health Integration Project and Collaboration for Health in PNG project. ASHM supports the health workforce through direct clinical training and mentoring, training of trainers and mentors, strengthening organizational capacity as partners in response, knowledge exchange and the development of policies, guidelines and resources. ASHM partners with local organisations in the countries we work in and align our work to the priorities of our partners. Partners include Government and Non-Government organisations.
The purpose of this consultancy is to provide technical assistance to strengthen the monitoring and evaluation practices and reporting of the ASHM Global Division with a particular focus on ASHM’s projects in Timor-Leste and Papua New Guinea.
This consultancy is divided into two interrelated components:
- Review ASHM’s Global program and propose 3-6 core indicators which measure and demonstrate the impact of the program, strengthen ASHM’s Effectiveness Framework, M&E Framework and database, develop core M&E tools and provide an M&E guide on implementation of the new M&E tools.
- Revise ASHM’s STEPT Project M&E Framework to incorporate the core indicators, develop an M&E plan for data collection and revise tools as needed.
ASHM is accredited by DFAT under the Australian NGO Cooperation Program. Reporting requirements are to be considered when completing this work. Core indicators should enable data disaggregation of Gender Equality, Disability and Social Inclusion and include quantitative and qualitative data.
Please see attached Terms of Reference for more information.
To apply please send a CV and cover letter outlining how you meet the candidate criteria to Michelle O’Connor, ASHM Global Director, [email protected] by Friday 10th November.