Interplast Australia & New Zealand (Interplast) is undertaking a, thematic evaluation of its Allied Health Program, covering projects delivered during the period 2012-2022. Interplast’s allied health volunteers have provided services to patients and training to allied health professionals in partner countries since 2000. Whilst Interplast has undertaken evaluations of several of its country programs including the allied health components, this is the first evaluation that has a broader thematic focus on allied health activities across multiple countries.
Interplast is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced consultants to undertake the evaluation. The successful consultant will have experience and relevant qualifications in evaluating health or community development programs in developing countries, particularly in the Asia Pacific region.
If you are interested in being considered for this evaluation, please provide to Interplast an Expression of Interest detailing your relevant experience, a proposed approach to addressing the Terms of Reference including your proposed methodology; a brief outline of how you would structure the evaluation report; a project budget (including number of consultant days/fees per day/other costs, and within the maximum budget as outlined in this terms of reference), and the names/contact details of two referees.
Proposals should be emailed to: [email protected] with ‘Allied Health Evaluation 2023’ in the subject line.
Closing date: COB 13 January 2023
Interplast strongly recommends applicants to familiarise themselves with the work of Interplast via its website: https://interplast.org.au/
If you have any questions relating to this Terms of Reference, please email them to the ‘contactus’ email address listed above.
The final evaluation report will be delivered to Interplast by mid-June 2023.