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Zimbabwe HIV/AIDS Partnership Project & Behaviour Change

Zimbabwe HIV/AIDS Partnership Project & Behaviour Change


TEAM COMPOSITIONA three-member assessment team is proposed. Team members should have knowledge of international publichealth in the context of HIV/AIDS. Between them, the team members should also have substantial knowledge ofwhat it takes to implement a broad-based service delivery program for HIV/AIDS and a social marketing programfor health commodities, and to develop communication strategies that alter behaviors within a developing countrysetting. Specifically, team members should have between them:1) 5-10 years of professional experience in international public health in the field of HIV/AIDS. Additionalexperience in any of the areas of family planning/reproductive health, safe motherhood, child survival, and/orinfectious diseases would be beneficial.2) 5-10 years of professional experience in the area of project management and implementation. USAID projectmanagement experience is preferable.3) Expertise in designing, implementing, monitoring, or evaluating/assessing public health programs in developingcountries, particularly in Africa. Extensive expertise in program evaluation for any of the following areas isrequired for the team leader: Social Marketing Private Sector Partnerships Behavior Change Communications4) Knowledge of DFID annual reviews and expertise in behavior change communication.In addition, each team member should have, at minimum, the following skills and experience:1) A demonstrated understanding of the Zimbabwe country context2) An advanced degree in public health, social sciences, business administration, or other relevant course of study.3) Demonstrated skill in written and oral communication.4) Demonstrated knowledge of USAID policies and procedures.5) Ability to work effectively in, and communicate with, a diverse set of professionals.The team leader must have excellent English language skills (both written and verbal) as s/he will have the overallresponsibility for pulling together the different elements of the assessment for the final report. One or two localteam members arranged by USAID and DFID may also be involved in the assessment as contributing teammembers to impart knowledge of Zimbabwe policies and procedures.RELATIONSHIPS AND RESPONSIBILITIES1. Overall Guidance: The USAID/Zimbabwe Health Team will provide overall direction to the assessment team.2. USAID Contact: Peter Halpert, PHN Team Leader3. DFID Contact: Wendy Takundwa-Banda, Deputy Programme Manager, and Rachel Yates, Senior SocialDevelopment Adviser4. Partnership Project Contact: James Statman, Chief of Party.5. Responsibilities: GH Tech will be responsible for obtaining country clearances for travel for GH tech consultants. Consultants will be responsible for coordinating and facilitating assessment-related field trips, interviews, andmeetings in conjunction with the Partnership Project contractor. The consultants will coordinate all logisticalarrangements pertaining to the assessment, including transportation, hotel arrangements, and communication,and the Partnership Project will assist to the maximum extent possible.Zimbabwe HIV/AIDS Partnership Project & Behaviour Change Programme: A Joint USAID/DFID Assessment 37

Consultants will be responsible for submitting a budget for all estimated costs incurred in carrying out thisreview. The proposed cost may include, but not be limited to, international and in-country travel; lodging;M&IE; medical/medevac insurance; and other office supplies and logistical support services.DFID will be responsible for recruiting and contracting local consultants to focus on the PSI component.38 Zimbabwe HIV/AIDS Partnership Project & Behaviour Change Programme: A Joint USAID/DFID Assessment

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