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Provision of Essential Basic Primary Health Care to Vulnerable Conflict-Affected Populations -Extension

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PROVISION OF ESSENTIAL BASIC PRIMARY HEALTH CARE TO VULNERABLE CONFLICT-AFFECTED POPULATIONS PROJECT EXTERNAL EVALUATION

 

 

Strategy/Project/Activity Name(s) Provision of Essential Basic Primary Health Care to Vulnerable Conflict-Affected Populations
USAID Office(s) USAID/ BHA
Implementer(s) Doctors of the World Türkiye

(registered as Dünya Doktorları Derneği in Türkiye)

Life of Strategy/Project/Activity 2022-2024 Reporting period
Expected start date June, 2024 (1-3 months for review of SOW)
Active Geographic Regions Syrian Arab Republic

– Aleppo Governorate; Afrin District: Afrin city, Jandairis town, and Jalma.

– Idlib Governorate: Harim District: Dana sub-district: Sarmada town.

 

Evaluation type Performance focused external evaluation

 

 

Project background information

The primary purpose of the intervention funded by the Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA) is to enhance access to quality and inclusive health care services for conflict-affected populations in northwest Syria. This includes a specific focus on increasing the resilience and overall well-being of these communities by ensuring they receive comprehensive health care services tailored to their needs.

Since its inception in October 2022, the project has aimed to enhance access to quality and inclusive healthcare services, thereby increasing the resilience and well-being of an initial target of 94,672 conflict-affected populations in northwest Syria. Central to its mission is the improvement of the health system, with a particular focus on providing comprehensive health services and ensuring uninterrupted access to medicines and medical supplies at four DoTW Primary Health Care Centers (PHCCs) in Idlib and Afrin, within Western Aleppo.

These services encompass tailored and comprehensive Primary Health Care Center (PHCC) services, including sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and mental health (MH) services. The PHCCs are supported by laboratory testing through Pharmaceutical and Other Medical Commodities (PMC) and Health Systems Support (HSS). These activities improve healthcare access for vulnerable groups, particularly older persons, individuals with disabilities, and women. The program’s goal complements and addresses gaps in broader regional initiatives led by other humanitarian actors, under the coordination of the WHO, to improve the health of conflict-affected people in northwest Syria (NWS).

The intervention provides inclusive services targeting vulnerable groups, including children under five (especially newborns), women of reproductive age (15-49), older persons (65+), displaced individuals, and persons with disabilities.

The PHCC clinics and DoTW operations are spread across various locations as detailed below:

 

Geographic Areas by Sector

Country Admin Level 1 Admin Level 2 Admin Level 3 Facility Sub-Sector
Syrian Arab Republic Idlib Governorate Harim District Dana- Sub District Sarmada PHCC, SRH, MH, PMC, HSS
Syrian Arab Republic Aleppo Governorate Afrin District Jandairis Sub-district Jandairis PHCC, SRH, MH, PMC, HSS

 

Syrian Arab Republic Aleppo Governorate Afrin District Jandairis Sub- District Jalma PHCC, SRH, MH, PMC, HSS

 

Syrian Arab Republic Aleppo Governorate Afrin District Afrin Sub-District Afrin PHCC, SRH, MH, PMC, HSS

 

 

Applicants are invited to submit a complete application file via email to tender@dunyadoktorlari.org.tr, with the subject line “USAID-BHA- External Evaluation-date- name-surname or organisation name

 

Application Deadline: 27.07.2024 

 

Please click on the link below to access full procurement notice:

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