Areas of Expertise:
The successful research institution must have strong relationships and extensive experience working with MOHCDGEC, PEPFAR Tanzania, and PEPFAR implementing partners. It will work closely with HP+ and public and private health facility staff on the activity-based costing exercise at select facilities. The assignment requires 6-7 months of engagement from February to August 2020 with at least 3 months of on-site data collection.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates must read the full request for proposal which is available online, please visit:
The USAID-funded Health Policy Plus (HP+) project provides technical support to the Government of Tanzania in health policy formulation and implementation. HP+ is seeking a qualified Tanzanian research institution implement data collection efforts related to an HIV activity-based costing and management exercise at facility, community, and above-site levels.
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