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Project Overview and Role
The DFID 'Delivering Accelerated Family Planning in Pakistan (DAFPAK) : Lot 2 Public Sector Service Delivery' is a part of the DAFPAK programme.
The 4-year programme aims to increase access to family planning services; and improve quality of client-centred services such that more women, including adolescents are able to safely plan their pregnancies and improve their sexual reproductive health.
The expected outcome for the programme is 11.9 million CYPs generated by expanded access to FP services; 55,000 additional users of family planning and an increase in modern CPR from 26.1 at the baseline to 33.9.
Palladium and its consortium partners will strengthen the quality of service provision in the public sector (across 30+ districts in three provinces Punjab, Sindh and KPK) by :
Beyond building capacities of district health teams, health facility staff and community-based workers. The project will focus on sustainably changing behaviours of providers, systemic changes and commitments through engagement with and TA to district and provincial level governments, health management teams, providers and communities.
Terms of reference :
STTA-RME will support the RME Advisor and the project team in developing and rolling out RME framework and Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEAL) Strategy for DAFPAK Lot 2b Public Sector Service Delivery component (herein after referred to as "the project") .
This will include setting up the M&E System for the project so that it captures essential data and insights which informs programme learning, adaptation and accountability.
This includes ensuring that all M&E related deliverables for the project are completed in an efficient and timely manner, including those for the inception phase.
Main tasks for this assignment include but are not limited to :
Support in the preparation, planning, development of all M&E related deliverables for the project for the inception phase.
Level of Effort :
10-15 days a month LoE between September and December 2019