USAIDís MaMoni MNCSP COVID-19 Response Project

Terms of References (ToR) for Consultant for Facility Readiness


Bangladesh has developed a National Preparedness and Response Plan and technical guidelines on COVID-19 with the support from WHO and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The goal of the national response plan is to prevent and control COVID-19 in Bangladesh to reduce impact on the health, wellbeing and economy of the country. The national response plan has identified several areas for priority actions including identifying of the emerging issues and gaps aiming to improve coordination and capacity of national and subnational health systems to rapidly respond to the changing COVID-19 epidemiology and implement appropriate response plans.

In collaboration with different development partners and international NGOs, DGHS has already conducted an assessment of facility preparedness and readiness for COVID-19 that identified some gaps in the facilities. To identify the gaps in specific facilities and make them prepared and ready for providing COVID services, USAID’s MaMoni COVID-19 Response Project of Save the Children plans to conduct assessment on some listed facilities and intends to engage consultant/s with specialty on public health

Project Details:

Overall Goal: The overall goal is to strengthen the health system response to community transmission of COVID-19 and to minimize health risks to individuals and avoid adverse health outcomes.

Objectives 1: To enhance the national health system’s capacity to prevent transmission and to improve management of COVID-19 cases in health care facilities and at community level.

Objective 2: To support the subnational health systems to rapidly analyze and respond to the changing distribution of the burden of the epidemic.

Geographical coverage:

Dhaka City

  • All Covid Hospitals (total 19)
  • Urban Slums (to be selected)


  • 300 Bed Narayangonj DH
  • Sajeda Foundation Hospitals


  • 500 Bed Shaheed Tazuddin MCH
  • MCWC, Meghdubi (20 beds)


  • 100 Bed Narsingdi DH


A draft and final reports including related data should be submitted to Save the Children in Bangladesh in both hard and soft copy. The ownership of the report for publication rests with Save the Children in Bangladesh. All the data and reports including the findings and recommendations will remain the property of Save the Children in Bangladesh and must not be published or shared with a third party.

Interested individual consultant, may submit their technical and financial proposal along with updated CV, TIN & VAT registration certificate copy to the following email address: VAT registration is mandatory for consultant to obtain consultancy service under USAID funded project, application closing date: September 23, 2020.

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