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To develop guide for supportive supervision in monitoring and evaluation of Reproductive Health Services
Since 1998 Association HERA XXI, Member Association of IPPF actively works in the field of SRHR in Georgia. MA ensures accessibility of information and services on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR). Research, evidence based practice, advocacy and awareness raising activities are used as a main instruments to subsist the implementation of programs.
Due to the diversity of the programmes and projects of the Association HERA XXI, organization needs to embed a culture of the results based monitoring, and provide evidence-based decision making inputs of the both strategic and operational natures.
[Supportive supervision is a facilitative approach to supervision that promotes continuous improvements in the quality of care by providing the necessary leadership and support for quality improvement processes and by emphasizing mentorship, joint problem-solving, and two-way communication between supervisors and supervisees. In a supportive supervision model, supervision happens continuously as part of a team effort implemented by multiple parties, and focuses on problem-solving to assure quality and meet client needs. Supportive supervision encounters typically include: performance observation and comparison of actual practices with standards; facilitative feedback on performance; provision of guidelines or technical updates; use of client input and data to ascertain opportunities for improvement; problem solving as a team; and follow-up of previously noted problems. Traditionally, supportive supervision has been used in reproductive health programs to improve health service worker performance and health service quality. In recent years, however, the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) field has begun implementing supportive supervision in the routine monitoring and evaluation Supportive supervision is a promising approach to improve routine data collection for M&E of community-based programs. It can increase staff capacity to collect, manage, and use data and improve leadership capacity to make decisions based on collected data. By enhancing a program’s capacity to synthesize and disseminate information, it also contributes to the larger goal of health systems strengthening.]
Association HERA XXI seeks to find consultant to develop guide for supportive supervision in monitoring and evaluation of reproductive health services tailored to the context of Georgia.
The main aim of the consultancy is to develop the document that could be used as an example and guide for clinics wishing to use supportive supervision in M&E. The document which will provide the practical and concreate guidance to develop a strong supportive supervision system. lowing the recommended steps and using the tools in this manual lead to better quality reproductive health services and ensure that the men and women clinics serve receive the RH services they deserve.
Technical experience requirements:
Deadline: November 30, 2018, Interested candidates should send their applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
Each application package should include the following:
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