Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Activities- Seeking Expressions of Interest


Company Management Sc...
Industry Public Health
Category Monitoring & ...
Location Ghana
Job Status Contractor/Co...
Salary Not applicabl...
Education -:-
Experience 10 years
Job Expires Jul 01, 2023
Contact Allie Da Silv...

Company Profile

Management Sciences for Health, Inc. (MSH) is a non-profit organization engaged by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to implement the Primary Health Care Performance Management (“PHCPM”) project. MSH’s approved award includes funds to engage a partner to support and incentivize districts to use actionable and visible data for process planning and improvement of primary health care (PHC) systems and service provision among public facilities.  Working in two selected districts,1 we will partner with District Health Management Teams (DHMTs) and local, non-governmental technical assistance (TA) providers to map, define, and identify essential PHC system data, develop routine data systems for timely collection and review of PHC system data; and enhance regular business planning.   

Job Description

To: All potential Organizations Interested and Capable of Carrying out Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Activities in Ghana 

Subject: Call for Expressions of Interest for a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) District TA Provider at the District level in Ghana 


Over the course of the PHCPM project, we will document lessons learned, best practices, and longitudinal data (common indicators over time to see improvement) across countries. This will be achieved through the following objectives with the goal of improving health outcomes through improved PHC system performance: 

  • Objective A: Support DHMT to collect routine and essential operational and cost data at a facility level. 
  • Objective B: DHMTs regularly review PHC system data and implement improvement processes (PDSA or similar methodology). 
  • Objective C: Global learning from local operational data, performance management, and PHC system improvement. 

In Ghana, MSH will work with the MEL District TA provider, which will be responsible for the following: 

  1. Establish a stakeholder coordination mechanism to convene periodic learning exchanges on best practices/lessons learned related to use of local operational data for performance management and PHC system improvement. 
  2. Establish the data collection system and process at the district level for routine PHC information. 
  3. Lead baseline and endline evaluation of the project (which will require review of nationally available data and primary data collection within selected districts) and related activities (e.g., submit baseline protocol, tools and consent forms to ethics committee for approval 
  4. Support Performance Improvement TA provider in facilitating analytical and review processes and quarterly supervision and data collection of quality PHC measures in facilities and catchment areas. 

Anticipated Period of Performance: July 1, 2023 – April 30, 2025 

Required Skills or Experience

Expected Qualifications 

  1. Demonstrated experience with monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) technical assistance in Ghana 
  2. Organizational experience working in the health sector of Ghana 
  3. Experience in obtaining ethical clearance from the Ghana Health Services Ethics Review Committee   

All Non-Governmental Organizations (“NGOs”) that are registered in Ghana and meet the above qualifications are eligible to apply.  Qualified NGOs are encouraged to apply for either or both calls for EOIs. 

4. Ability to hire, train, and supervise enumerators for primary data collection in selected districts 

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