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Consultant for Monitoring and Evaluation Policy and Plan for the Health Sector
Deadline: 17 September 2021
Purpose of Consultancy
WHO is supporting the MOHCC to develop a Health Sector M&E policy and five year plan. The purpose of this consultancy is for WHO to support the MOHCC and partners in the development of M&E policy and plan to regulate health sector M&E, and to track the implementation and performance of the National Development Strategy against stated 10 sector outcomes. The consultancy also involves the development of related supplementary documents. With the finalization of the 2021 Zimbabwe National Monitoring and Evaluation, there is need to have a separate Health Sector M&E Policy, while a separate 5 year M&E Plan is needed to track implementation and performance of the new NHS 2021-2025 in line with the NDS1.
Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) in the Ministry of Health of Health and Child Care (MoHCC) is a mandatory requirement to track implementation of health sector policies, strategies, programmes and projects and their performance against planned results. To guide Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) in the Government of Zimbabwe ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs), the Office of the President and Cabinet developed the National M&E Policy (NMEP) in 2015 and revised it in 2020. The OPC also developed another document, the National M&E Guidelines in 2020 to operationalize the new NMEP and guide MDAs on how to conduct M&E that is compliant with Integrated Results Based Management (IRBM) system, a management tool that the Government of Zimbabwe has adopted for the implementation of its policies and programmes. The Ministry of Health and Child Care (MOHCC), together with key stakeholders including national and sub-national policy makers; community representatives and civil society, professional organizations, academia and researchers; development partners, are expected to align all these guidelines into the National Health Strategy 2021-2025 (NHS) which is still being finalized and develop a Health Sector M&E plan and policy.
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