Job Vacancy
Recruiment of international consultant for studying current global and regional One Health initiatives
The project “Strengthening Capacity for the Implementation of One Health in Vietnam” (SCOH) was funded by United States Agency for International Development (USAID) via United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Project implemented in partnership with Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) and Ministry of Health (MOH) will contribute to the reduction of the threats to public health from avian and pandemic influenza (API) and other emerging infectious diseases (EIDs) through the application of a One Health approach in Viet Nam.

The objectives of the project are the establishment and sustainable operation of a revised and improved coordination structure on API and EIDs, and the reinforcement of national policy dialogue and knowledge sharing mechanism on the implementation of the One Health approach in Viet Nam as well as in regional and international networks.

The project is currently seeking positions: Consultant for preparation of a Report and Briefing Paper for the Government of Viet Nam and related stakeholders on current global and regional One Health initiatives


The purpose of this assignment is to develop a report and accompanying briefing paper for policy makers, experts and other related stakeholders in Viet Nam describing key global and regional initiatives on One Health, with a particular focus on global and regional work to support countries with the development of One Health strategies, developing core country capacities, strengthening the role of national researchers and practitioners, and related tools and resources relevant to the development of One Health in Viet Nam.
 
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Interested tenders are invited to send the most updated CV and financial offer to:

PAHI Secretariat Office
B1 Building, No.10 Nguyen Cong Hoan, Ba Dinh, Hanoi
Telephone: +84 4 3 7711356
Fax: +84 4 3 7711362
Email: pahi.secretariat@gmail.com

Deadline for submissions: 20th Devember  2014, 05.00 p.m (Ha Noi time)