The SPRINT Initiative, Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) Program in Humanitarian Settings, a program funded by the Australian government and hosted by the International Planned Parenthood (IPPF), was designed to address gaps in Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) implementation identified in a global evaluation undertaken by the Inter-Agency Working Group (IAWG) on Reproductive Health. The overall goal of the SPRINT program is to improve health outcomes of crisis-affected populations by reducing preventable sexual and reproductive health morbidity and mortality. The program purpose is to increase timely access for crisis-affected populations to life-saving sexual and reproductive health services as outlined in the MISP. Accountability to beneficiaries is a core aspect of quality humanitarian response. As part of the monitoring and evaluation, the Real Time Reviews and Post-Emergency reviews are scheduled in order for SPRINT to examine its effectiveness and help learning and improvements of the program at country and global levels. Through the external consultant, the Real Time Review will be undertaken to assess and evaluate the outcomes of SPRINT’s support and funding to Afghan Family Guidance Association (AFGA). The SPRINT funded emergency response project in Afghanistan began in April 2020 and is planned to end in December 2020 with the hopes to extend the community midwifery program with additional funding into 2021. The Real Time Review exercise will include understanding the project impacts on
community sexual and reproductive health needs and include semi-structured interviews with staff from AFGA, partner organizations, and focus group discussions with beneficiaries to assess the program and make recommendations to improve performance and be useful for an extension request for the program.
|Date Posted:||Nov 2, 2020||Closing Date:||Dec 2, 2020|
|Type:||Request for Application||Sector:||Health, Pharmaceuticals, and Biotech|