Impact (SI) Tanzania, 2023
Employment Duration Consultancy
Job Category Project
Tanzania Vector Control Activity (TVCA) Mid Term Evaluation
USAID/Tanzania Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning, and Adaptation (T-MELA) Activity
Impact (SI) is a global development management consulting firm. We
provide monitoring, evaluation, strategic planning, and capacity
building services to advance development effectiveness. We work across
all development sectors including democracy and governance, health and
education, environment, and economic growth.Since 1997 we have worked
in over 100 countries for clients such as US government agencies,
bilateral donors, multilateral development banks, foundations, and
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On January 19, 2023, USAID/Tanzania
awarded International Business Initiatives (IBI) and SI a four-year
contract for the Tanzania Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning and
Adaptation (T-MELA) Activity. This activity is to assist the
USAID/Tanzania Mission with strategy- and activity-level performance
monitoring, evaluation, and learning. This activity will also provide
data gathering and verification, data visualization (including
Geographic Information Systems), data quality assessments, impact and
performance evaluations, assessments, organizational learning, and
collaboration among USAID’s implementing partners and DO teams. The MEL
Support Platform will also implement a capacity building agenda for the
mission, developing a baseline of M&E knowledge within the mission
and tailoring a curriculum to provide skills development to mission
The Tanzania Vector Control Activity (TVCA) project is a
5-year USAID funded project focused on improving the health status of
women and youth by reducing the burden of malaria through increased
access to quality integrated services and improving their government
delivery through sustainable funding and capacity building of government
staff in vector control and prevention. The purpose of the TVCA is to
identify and implement proven, evidence-based vector control approaches
in Tanzania aimed at reducing the burden of malaria and moving towards
the long-term goal of malaria elimination.
TVCA focuses on
improving population level access to insecticide treated bed nets (ITNs)
in the fourteen PMI regions and in Zanzibar. This is done through
annual quantification of gaps in coverage and procurement and
distribution of the ITNs. The TVCA provides the Government of Tanzania
(GOT) and malaria partners with state-of-the-art reviews and advice
concerning new developments in vector control, and as appropriate,
develops plans for implementation of modified or new vector control
approaches in Tanzania. TVCA envisions a Tanzania where government
institutions and programs are empowered to use evidence in designing and
implementing efficient and effective vector control interventions – so
that every Tanzanian is protected from malaria. TVCA approach is
grounded in National Malaria Control Program’s (NMCP) and Zanzibar
Malaria Elimination Program’s (ZAMEP) National Strategic Plans.
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The Activity is centered around 5 main objectives:
1) OBJECTIVE 1: Determine the ITN population access among targeted
populations and the quantity of ITN needed in the coming year to
maintain population access to ITN.
2) OBJECTIVE 2: Deliver
Insecticide Treated Nets to targeted populations with Ministry of Health
(MOH), the President’s Office Regional Administration and Local
Government (PO-RALG), NMCP, ZAMEP, and progressively build Medical Store
Department (MSD) and Central Medical Stores (CMS) self-reliance
3) OBJECTIVE 3: Undertake activities to create an enabling environment to revive the commercial market for ITN
4) OBJECTIVE 4: Provide annual guidance on effectiveness of vector control interventions used in Tanzania
5) OBJECTIVE 5: Provide guidance on new evidence-based vector
control approaches that show potential for successful outcomes in
Tanzania and, when appropriate, assist with implementation of proven
This Mid-term evaluation of the TVCA Activity will be
used to improve the effectiveness of the activity during the remaining
performance period and inform the design of the follow-on mechanism. The
evaluation will document progress and changes, strengths, and
weaknesses, intended and unintended results and inform USAID Tanzania
and the national Malaria Control Program on future planning of vector
control interventions. The key audience for this evaluation is
USAID/Tanzania, NMCP, ZAMEP, PMI and TVCA and the Office of the
President of the Regional Administration and Local Government (PO-RALG).
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Impact is seeking a Team Leader (TL) to conduct this evaluation. This
is a consulting position with an estimated start date of June 1. The
estimated level of effort (LOE) for the TL will be 62 days with expected
travel of up to 4 weeks in Tanzania. TL will report to and will manage
the work of a Senior Vector Control Advisor, Evaluation Specialist, and
outputs from a data collection firm.
TL will be responsible for oversight and management of all team members
by assigning responsibilities and producing high-quality assessment
deliverables. The TL will oversee and where appropriate lead on major
assessment activities, including documentation review, preparing an
in-brief powerpoint presentation for USAID/Tanzania, facilitating
training for the data collection firm, conducting key informant
interviews, synthesis of data, preparing an out-brief powerpoint
presentation for USAID/Tanzania, drafting the report and leading
facilitation of any associated learning events. A five-page writing
skills sample should be submitted by the candidates for the TL position,
as part of the requirements in the recruitment process.
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Qualifications and Skills:
The Team Leader must have/hold:
· A master’s degree in a relevant public health discipline with a
minimum of 15 years of experience in public health sector with a
significant experience in one or more of the following areas: malaria
and other infectious disease prevention, vector control, epidemiology,
community health, health administration.
· At least 5 years of previous experience in a similar role as Team Leader
· Familiarity with PMI and USG funded malaria assistance, especially in East Africa, is required
· Knowledge of USAID system of indicators, results, and reporting, especially for malaria programming
· Proven expertise in conducting operational research (both
quantitative and qualitative), monitoring and evaluation and/or health
program implementation research, data analysis and presentation.
Significant experience with advanced analysis methods for
qualitative and quantitative data is required; experience with
cost-effectiveness analysis is a significant plus
· Experience with DHIS-2 and other HMIS systems required
· Advanced skills in the use of software such as Dedoose, NVivo, Stata or R.
· Proven managerial/leadership skills on large teams on complex projects, especially evaluation activities
· Ability to liaise with multiple agencies/clients and exceptional organizational and communications skills,
· A commitment to valuing diversity and contributing to an inclusive work and learning environment
· Travel to conduct interviews and/or group discussions within Tanzania is expected.
· Prior work experience in Tanzania is recommended.
· Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team.
· Ability to develop effective working relationships with USAID,
local organizations, other program partners and counterparts
Must be fluent (writing and speaking) in English; additional language
proficiency in relevant languages (e.g. Kiswahili) would be an asset.
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The closing date for application: May
19, 2023. Selection and interview will be performed on a rolling basis,
and interested candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.
To apply, please merge both your CV and a cover letter into one pdf file and submit it through the online portal.
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