KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation is looking for a
Facilitator for BMF Project Alliance Review Workshop
KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation
KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation is an international non-profit organization dedicated to the fight against tuberculosis (TB), still the second deadliest infectious disease in the world. KNCV is an international center of expertise for TB control that promotes effective, efficient, innovative and sustainable tuberculosis control strategies in a national and international context. We are an organization of passionate TB professionals, including doctors, researchers, training experts, nurses and epidemiologists and laboratory scientists. We aim to stop the spread of the worldwide epidemic of TB and to prevent the further spread of drug-resistant TB.
Project “Building Models for the Future” (BMF)
The ‘Improved TB/HIV Prevention & Care – Building Models for the Future’ project aims to improve TB and HIV prevention and care in line with the Global End TB Strategy, the Sustainable Development Goals and the Fast-Track Strategy to End AIDS. The project is funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Directorate-General for International Cooperation (DGIS) and implemented in 6 countries. The project focuses on system related barriers to quality of care in the non-governmental and private health care delivery sectors, and to remove human rights and gender related access barriers to TB and HIV care and prevention. The aim is to ensure access to affordable quality care for vulnerable and marginalized key affected populations.
As this is the final year of the BMF project, KNCV and alliance partners are conducting an internal evaluation to assess the = project’s achievements and lessons learned against the applied theory of change. The BMF project is implemented by a project alliance comprising four Dutch organizations: KNCV, AFEW Hivos and PharmAccess. The four organizations entered in the project alliance to bring specific organizational strengths to the project, thereby complimenting each other and bring together the necessary elements to contribute to the Theory of Change. As part of the internal evaluation, we will therefore conduct a management review to assess the relevance of this alliance and partnership model. For more information see: https://www.kncvtbc.org/en/building-models-for-the-future/
Purpose of the Assignment
To support KNCV in the preparation and facilitation of the BMF project management review
The facilitator will – together with KNCV – design a management review workshop to be attended by all alliance partners. The management review will evaluate whether the chosen project alliance was appropriate to achieve the expected results to a high standard and provide recommendations for future project alliance arrangements following an evaluation framework designed by KNCV (see Annex A). The workshop will be:
- Participatory: participants much be engaged to ensure maximum dialogue and networking
- Interactive: the workshop much be interactive to stimulate experience sharing and learning
- Tangible outputs produced: the facilitation methodology must ensure that at the end of the workshop questions in the evaluation framework are answered.
Scope of work
|Pre-Workshop work||· Preparation meeting with KNCV
· Preparation of content, materials, workshop activities
|During workshop||Facilitation services during the 1-day workshop||1 day|
|Post-workshop||Debrief with KNCV||0.5 day|
Diana Numan, KNCV Operations Director
- Week of 24 – 28 June 2019 (workshop takes place 27 June 2019)
- This assignment is to be completed within a total of 3 (8-hour) days
Who are we looking for?
An English proficient facilitator, possessing excellent and demonstrated workshop facilitation skills with experience in developmental work, organizational management and evaluation workshops. Application and information
Your application (including your curriculum vitae, a motivation letter, proof of prior experience, and 3 professional references and proposed fee) can be send to Kelly Schut (e-mail address email@example.com) before 31 May 2019.