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Call for consultant/team of consultants for developing the content of the e-course –TB and Gender
Despite the global rates of new TB cases have been falling since 2005, TB burden in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA) is still high and cases of multidrug-resistant (MDR-TB) and extensively drug-resistant TB (XDR-TB) have been increasing. Among the measures needed to affectively tackle and eventually end TB epidemic is training is ensuring that all stockholders engaged in TB response have solid knowledge and skills on all issue related to TB prevention diagnoses, treatment care and support.
In order to strengthen the community system by building the capacities of community groups and civil society service providers and offering high quality training on a spectrum of topics related to TB, PAS Center together with its implementation partner TB People is developing an e-learning platform (hereinafter, the Platform), tentatively called TEACH ME TB. E-learning platform “TEACH ME TB” will build capacity of a wide range of actors working on TB advocacy and service delivery by providing interactive, evidence-based training on all topics related to TB prevention, diagnosis, treatment, care and support, human rights, integrated people-centered care, advocacy, communication, awareness raising, service provision, etc. Importantly, courses will be delivered in ways easily accessible for all target groups, combining video lectures, reading materials and practical exercises.
E-course should build the knowledge on how tuberculosis (TB) may constrain the gender issues, reproductive and sexual health. limited information is available for community members regards TB and Gender issues, reproductive and sexual health. It should highlight the ways in which TB impedes on the gender, sexual and reproductive health, intersectional stigma within families and communities. It should depict instructions to TB community members, peer educators for meaningful communication and referral to fulfill the arrangements regarding treatment, prevention etc. strategies and their linkages to policies and practices on TB prevention and treatment.
E-learning platform will be created in the framework of the project TB-REP2.0.
Network TBpeople - a network of people affected by TB, registered in Georgia in 2017 as a non-entrepreneurial (non-commercial) legal entity. Guided by its vision (World Free from TB) and mission (Unite People, Defeat TB), the network aims to empower its members, increase international and national funding for TB, promote new technologies in TB prevention, diagnostics, treatment, care and support, and promote human rights of and reduce stigma and discrimination against people affected by TB.
Scope of the work:
Network TBpeople is seeking to contract consultant/group of consultants to design, develop and implement a content for course: „TB and Gender“, which will be uploaded to e-Learning Platform.
The course will target following groups:
III.Technical Description/Features of the e-learning platform
The Platform will have a public part accessible to visitors, containing the following:
Registered users will be able to access their personal cabinet containing the following:
Course homepage: description of the module of the course; links (play – in new window/download) to video lectures in the current module with links to downloadable text files with subtitles for each video lecture; links to downloadable reading materials and presentations in the current module; link to the test/puzzle for the current module (in new window); general overview of progress on the course (place in the overall course timeline and current score)
Video lecture page: youtube-like video player with subtitles in the chosen language and links to lecture materials (link to downloadable video file, link to downloadable text file with subtitles for the current video lecture; links to downloadable reading materials and presentations for the current lecture)
Test/puzzle page: web page with questions containing a certain number of answer options and a SAVE and SUBMIT buttons at the bottom. SAVE button will result in saving current answers without submitting them and return the user to the Course homepage or previous page (TBD based on testing). Pressing the SUBMIT button will open a page with test results. Write answers will be highlighted in green and explanation provided; wrong answers will be highlighted in red. Depending on the number of tries set for the course, the user will either be offered to redo the test or, if no more tries are available, explained each wrong answer. The score will be credited to the general performance on the course based on the pre-set formula of score needed to successfully complete the course. Users will also be given an opportunity to report a mistake and challenge the results of the test and give their explanation of why they disagree with a particular answer.
Overall performance page: the results of all tests taken during the course and analysis of each test, as well as indication of the score needed for a certificate or certificate with distinction (if envisaged for the course)
All sections of the course will have a navigation pane with a link to the Cabinet homepage and a section on the current course (Course homepage; links to other modules in the course, with the current module rolled out and showing links to video lectures in the current module, Overall performance page), as well as links to a feedback form, forum and FAQ.
E-learning Platform will be placed on the open source Moodle: https://moodle.org/). Moodle provides a strong set of learner-centric tools and collaborative learning environments that would empower both teaching and learning.
The open source Moodle has a number of advantages for TEACH ME TB, including:
V.Consultant selection criteria
The assignment will be conducted by a consultant or a group of consultants who will submit the proposal as a team (Consultant). The consultant will be identified through an open call for proposals. The qualification requirements and bases for evaluation and selection of the consultant are:
Preference will be given to community members with TB treatment experience that meets the above criteria.
Please note, only successful candidates will be contacted.
In coordination with Network TBpeople, the consultant will:
Interested applicants are expected to submit curriculum vitae, methodology and conceptual framework for the course: „TB and Gender“, which contains information about format of the course, topics, information sources, list of experts, which could be considered for video, audio materials and list of relevant reading materials.
Duration of the assignment:
The consultancy is expected to take place from July 15, 2020 to end of October 2020, including testing and feedback integration.
The consultant/ is expected to develop, support the upload and test the content of the course – TB Patients support services and social contracting.
The deliverable need to be presented in Russian and English.
Inception and design approval – 10%
Development, Testing and Final Report – 90%
Payment for the work of the consultant/consultants under this ToR will be decided based on the results of the tendering process. The final costs of consultancy could be the subject to agreement between the parties.
Interested applicants will send curriculum vitae, motivation letter, methodology and conceptual framework for the course on the following email firstname.lastname@example.org up to June 7, 2020 with the subject (TB and Gender).
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