Concern Worldwide is an international, humanitarian organisation dedicated to the reduction of suffering and working towards the ultimate elimination of extreme poverty in the world’s poorest countries. We believe in a world where no-one lives in poverty, fear or oppression; where all have access to a decent standard of living and the opportunities and choices essential to a long, healthy and creative life; a world where everyone is treated with dignity and respect.

Concern Worldwide has been implementing a project titled “Promoting sustainable health and nutrition opportunities for marginalised urban extreme poor population” (PROSHOMON). The project focuses on improving the health and nutrition status of the urban extreme poor by increasing accessibility, coverage, comprehensiveness and sustainability of existing primary health and nutrition services. The project is EU funded, a three-year grant (Feb 2018 – Jan 2021), led by Concern Worldwide and implemented in partnership with SAJIDA Foundation

INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)


Currently, Concern Worldwide, Bangladesh is inviting Expression of Interest (EOI) from reputed and experienced consultancy firms to conduct an “End Line Survey, Health Facility Assessment & Final Evaluation Consultancy of Promoting Sustainable Health & Nutrition Opportunities for Marginalised Urban Extreme Poor Population (PROSHOMON)” Project.

Purpose of the Consultancy: The purpose of the consultancy is to conduct the project end line survey, end line health facility assessment and Final Evaluation. The end line survey and health facility assessment (which will be done existing tools which were also used at baseline) will capture where relevant gender, age, disability, socio-economic categories, male/female-headed households, location, and facility disaggregated information against each agreed project outcome indicator (see Annexe 3).

Essential Experience & Qualifications:

The consulting firm/lead consultant(s) should have the following:

  • A Masters or higher degree in a relevant field of for health financing, public health and health economics issues.
  • At least 10 years of proven experience of conducting final evaluations, mid-term evaluation complex health financing, health system strengthening or public health-related programmes targeting the extreme poor using both qualitative and quantitative data analysis.
  • Proven ability to apply a gender equality and inclusion sensitive lens to all work.
  • Experience of managing a similar piece of work in urban contexts.
  • Excellent English report writing skills.
  • Excellent quantitative (Inc. tests of statistical significance) and qualitative analysis and interpretation skills.
  • Excellent facilitation skills (Bangla & English).
  • Consultant(s)/consulting firm should engage assessment team members with at least three years of hands-on experience of doing similar jobs.
  • Willingness to travel and work in though field environments.
  • Successfully completed similar work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • The consultant(s) have an in-depth understanding and hands-on experience of technology-based micro-health insurance models similar to the PROSHOMON model.

Terms of Reference: Click here to Download

How to Submit Proposals: Interested consultancy firms are requested to email the Expression of Interest i.e. Technical and Financial proposals with TIN certificate to recruitment.bgd@concern.net.

Closing Date of Application: 01 November 2020

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Any form of persuasion shall result disqualification of the EOI

Concern Worldwide, Bangladesh reserves the right to accept or reject any or all of the proposals without showing any reason whatsoever.

Our mission is to help people living in extreme poverty.