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Consultant – Humanitarian Intervention Guide

Purpose of consultancy

To contribute to the management of the project “Strengthening organizational capacity for integrating mental health care in health services in humanitarian settings through training and mentoring” and to contribute to the updating and development of training materials. 

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Deliverables

  • Deliverable 1: Provide updated mhGAP-HIG curriculum and materials date (e.g. pre-and post-training assessments, training evaluation forms, training content and materials, training assignments and exercises) in English and French developed with contributions from the project team and mhGAP-HIG expert trainers.
  • Deliverable 2: Organize virtual global mhGAP-HIG workshop I for participants of multiple agencies (including preparation phase, workshop administration, and follow-up) in collaboration with the project team.
  • Deliverable 3: Organize virtual global mhGAP-HIG workshop II targeting participants of multiple agencies from francophone countries (including the preparation phase, workshop administration, and follow-up) in collaboration with the project team.
  • Deliverable 4: Collect and analyze f project data and complete the final project report and mhGAP-HIG multi-country final case study report.
  • Deliverable 5: Participate in internal and external project meetings, organize a community of practice and mentorship calls, and contribute to the development of communication materials (e.g., website content, blogs, handouts) in line with global mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) standards and guidelines.

Qualifications, experience, skills, and languages.

Educational Qualifications:

Essential:

  • Advanced university degree in mental health (e.g. psychiatrist, clinical psychologist, psychiatric nurse, or clinical social worker).
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Desirable:

  • Doctorate degree in mental health related field.

Experience

Essential:

  • Over 5 years of relevant experience supporting MHPSS programs in international humanitarian contexts, including in project management and capacity building
  • Experience in integrating mental health care into general health care. 
  • Work experience in large humanitarian crises caused by conflict or natural disasters.
  • Experience organizing and conducting training and capacity building workshops.

Desirable: 

  • Experience with using the WHO’s mhGAP Humanitarian Intervention for integrating mental health care into general health care in humanitarian settings. 
  • Experience in utilizing and managing learning platforms such as Canvas.

Skills/Knowledge:

  • Good writing skills.
  • Ability to work within and contribute to a team.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Strong interpersonal and written skills, and cross-cultural competency.

Closing Date: Jan 15, 2023

Consultant – Technical Support for HWF Data Management, Analysis, and Writing

Purpose of consultancy

The consultant will contribute to the data management, analysis, and writing activities as part of the activities of 2023. The support will in particular be on the revision of National Health Workforce Account version 2, on data mining activities on new health workforce indicators, on quality assurance on the data reporting process of Mid 2023, and on generating knowledge pieces on health workforce mapping and new evidence.

Deliverables: 

  • Deliverable 1 – NHWA revision toward version 2 – expected by 31 August 2023.
    • Deliverable 1.1 – Revising indicators: To finalize the description writing of indicators selected for NHWA version 2, provide for each indicator numerator and denominator definition, with references and sources – expected by 31 May 2023.
    • Deliverable 1.2 – Updating NHWA documents: To revise the content of NHWA handbook, the implementation guide, and of the advocacy brochure to account for the revision suggested by the Technical Expert Group. These revisions will be conducted under the supervision of DEK unit with input from the health workforce department – expected by 30 June 2023.
    • Deliverable 1.3 – Inclusion of NHWA guidance in electronic format: To format adequately and transfer the NHWA guidance documents into an electronic format on the NHWA data portal as a single source of information on NHWA. To ensure that references and links are properly included to enable a live document.) – expected by 31 August 2023.
  • Deliverable 2 – Generation of new data for NHWA version 2 – expected by 30 November 2023.
    • Deliverable 2.1 – Support to NHWA focal point on NHWA version 2 indicators: To participate in capacity-building activities with NHWA focal points through facilitating two webinars. To provide technical support to countries on the NHWA reporting – expected by 30 June 2023.
    • Deliverable 2.2 – Data mining: To conduct data mining activity, by searching through publicly available data sources, to identify data compatible with NHWA. To l put a particular focus on the newly identified indicators for NHWA version 2. These data would be extracted with meta-data on original sources, formatted, and stored into a database or spreadsheet and after review with DEK unit, will be included in the NHWA online platform – expected by 31 August 2023.
    • Deliverable 2.3 – Data quality assurance: To contribute to the annual data quality assurance of the NHWA data. This will consist in reviewing systematically data entered on the NHWA platform for specific indicators (stock, distribution, education statistics). To use statistical analytics and tools to identify outliers and potential divergences of the reported data – expected by 30 November 2023.
  • Deliverable 3 – Health workforce evidence and knowledge generation – expected by March 2024
    • Deliverable 3.1 – Health workforce mapping: To contribute to the health workforce mapping activities for OneHealth and for the Public Health and Emergency workforce. To elaborate synthetic tables and write-up summarizing findings. To provide technical support to the country on health workforce mapping conducted during the implementation of the roadmap on public health and emergency workforce – expected by December 2023.
    • Deliverable 3.2 –  New analytical pieces and updates: To develop analytical pieces and/or update existing analytical pieces with updated health workforce data collected through NHWA. With input from the DEK team, these analytical pieces would be summarized in a draft article for peer-reviewed journals – expected by December 2023.
    • Deliverable 3.3 – Assessment of Covid-19 impact to health and care workers: To conduct statistical analysis on Covid-19 impact to health and care workers. To update analytics on infection and deaths among health and care workers after June 2021, as well as vaccination coverage statistics of health and care workers after 2021 – expected by December 2023.
    • Deliverable 3.4 – Support DEK activities: To provide technical expertise to DEK activities, including regular reporting on various activities. To provide statistical input to activities of the HWF department upon needs – expected by March 2024.

Qualifications, experience, skills, and languages

Educational Qualifications:

Essential:

  • Advanced (Master level) degree in Statistics, Economics, Demography or other quantitative disciplines.

Experience

Essential:

  • At least 5 years of relevant experience in conducting data management, data analysis, evidence generation, and publication in the scientific literature on health topic(s).

Skills/Knowledge:

  • Good statistical skills applied to health data demonstrated by analysis conducted in scientific publications.
  • Good understanding of the international classification of occupations.
  • Good writing skills with the demonstrated publication of studies in peer-reviewed journals.
  • Good knowledge of statistical software such as STATA, SPSS, SAS or R.

Closing Date: Jan 31, 2023.

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