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Supported by the National Health Commission (NHC) and United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), China Family Planning Association (CFPA) is implementing a cooperative project in four sites in Qinghai (3 counties) and Shanxi (1 county) to improve sexual and reproductive health (SRH) among vulnerable populations, especially reproductive age women and young people aged from 15 to 24 years.

UNFPA China is looking for a qualified institution or team to conduct a rapid health facilities assessment in the selected four counties to document current SRH service quality, assess the capacity of SRH service provision, and conduct a key stakeholders mapping exercise to learn about their strengthens and barriers in implementation of the project. Meanwhile, the assessment team are expected to collect the needs in capacity building and identify the gaps of local facilities in provision quality SHR services in order to inform the design and implementation of interventions for the target populations.

Please kindly refer to the attached Terms of Reference (ToR) for the scope of work and requirements. Eligible candidates should submit technical proposals elaborating assessment methods, sampling method, feasible strategy to access stakeholders, budget plan and team lead and team members’ resumes to and copy Only shortlisted applications will be conducted for further discussions. The closing day is 22 September 2019. Thank you very much for your attention.