Request for expressions of interest IC KR 3.4.1
April 6, 2021
|Project country:||The Kyrgyz Republic|
|Financing institution:||Eurasian Development Bank|
|Project title:||Karavan zdoroviya (Health Caravan) in the Kyrgyz Republic|
|Main objective:||Improvement of early detection and prevention of diseases in rural and hard to access areas. Assessment of health effects of COVID-19 and prescribing treatment or rehabilitation therapy to patients.|
|Procurement type:||Consulting services|
|Title:||Developing training materials for conducting lectures and practical trainings on medical statistics and determining quality of medical services|
|Reference No.||IC KR 3.4.1|
|Loan/Credit/Grant Financing No.:||Grant|
|Total amount:||2 048 000 USD|
The Kyrgyz Republic has received a grant from Eurasian Fund for Stabilization and Development to fund “Karavan zdoroviya (Health caravan) project in the Kyrgyz Republic and intends to spend part of funding for procurement of consulting services.
The consultant’s (lecturer’s) services include:
- Developing the programme for lecture and practical trainings on the topic of the workshop: teaching participants the use of medical statistics methods and how to determine the quality of medical services;
- Putting together the list of lectures’ participants and practical sessions’ participants;
- Delivering lectures and conducting practical trainings according to the programme developed;
- Knowledge assessment of the Project participants.
Preparing learning materials, delivering lectures and conducting practical trainings should be done in Russian language.
The term of the contract is 2 months from the effective date of the contract. The estimated date of contract conclusion is April 2021. Services on developing training materials will be provided at the Consultant’s place of residence. Lecturing and practical trainings will be provided in the Kyrgyz Republic in May 2021. The Consultant will be provided with transportation and accommodation at the venue of the lectures in the Kyrgyz Republic.
AIDS Infoshare Foundation for prevention and control of HIV and other infectious diseases (Project implementation Unit) invites eligible experts (“Consultants”) to tender for the Services. Interested Consultants should provide CV stating that they have the necessary qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services required (description of similar assignments, experience of work in similar environments, availability of resources to perform the work, general qualifications, etc.).
Qualification requirements for a lecturer:
1) University degree;
2) Experience in project monitoring and evaluation;
3) Experience in conducting trainings and workshops, knowledge in conducting medical preventive examinations and knowledge of specifics of diseases in the region of the project;
4) Excellent knowledge of Russian.
The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank’s Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers [January 2011. Revised in July, 2014] (Guidelines on the Selection and Employment of Consultants), setting forth the World Bank’s policy on conflict of interest
Consultants will be selected using the Individual Consultant Selection (“IC”) method set out in the Guidelines on the Selection and Employment of Consultants and in accordance with the Procurement Policy for EFSD funded projects.
Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours 12.00-16.00 (Moscow time) from Monday to Friday.
Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form in English or in Russian (one stamped copy) to the address below (in person, or by mail, or by fax, or by e-mail in Adobe PDF) no later than April 20, 2021. The application should clearly indicate the number and title of the task: “Developing training materials for conducting lectures and practical trainings on medical statistics and determining quality of medical services Ref# IC KR 3.4.1”.
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