Research Institution to Implement HIV Data Collection in Tanzania

The USAID-funded Health Policy Plus (HP+) project provides technical support to the Government of Tanzania in health policy formulation and implementation. HP+ is seeking a qualified Tanzanian research institution implement data collection efforts related to an HIV activity-based costing and management exercise at facility, community, and above-site levels.

Areas of Expertise

  • Data collection expertise with demonstration of success in Tanzania in the areas of HIV and health economics
  • Quantitative research skills, process mapping experience, and strong management skills

The successful research institution must have strong relationships and extensive experience working with MOHCDGEC, PEPFAR Tanzania, and PEPFAR implementing partners. It will work closely with HP+ and public and private health facility staff on the activity-based costing exercise at select facilities. The assignment requires 6-7 months of engagement from February to August 2020 with at least 3 months of on-site data collection.

Interested candidates must read the full request for applications which is available online.



Closing date:
18 February 2020