Since 2004, the International Medical Corps ( IMC) in partnership with MOH, EU humanitarian support (ECHO) , Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance ( OFDA) | USAID, has been providing targeted, integrated, and comprehensive live-saving health and nutrition interventions in Darfur benefiting IDPs living in camps, Community Integrated IDPs, returnees as well as host communities. IMC implements primary health care, nutrition, and WASH programs, supporting 45 communities with integrated interventions. IMC also works to build the capacity of the health work force and of the community to ensure project activities are built into long-terms strategic planning and that the workforce will have the needed capacity to continue humanitarian interventions in the target communities.
IMC has been using the Community-based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) approach to manage and prevent malnutrition for Community integrated IDPs and returnees in Wadesaleh locality in Central Darfur. Malnutrition rates, particularly during the hunger period, are rising to emergency levels across the areas. IMC is planning to conduct a Semi-Quantitative Evaluation of Access and Coverage (SQUEAC) for Nutrition Program in - Wadesaleh locality-Central Darfur.Through this consultancy service, International Medical Corps plans to understand and the identify boosters and barriers to access services and to estimate the coverage of nutrition programmes in Wadesaleh Locality of Central Darfur
Duties and Responsibilities of the Consultant
To achieve the above-mentioned objective, the consultant will undertake the following:
The applicant will be responsible for the conduct of the (SQUEAC) from its inception to its finalisation. Responsibilities include, but not limited to:
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Duration of the consultancy