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  • Posted: Jan 26, 2023
    Deadline: Feb 6, 2023
  • CARE International is a major humanitarian agency delivering emergency relief and long-term international development projects.

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    Consultant: Health Workers

    CARE has identified four possible approaches to support frontline health workers. These include:

    • Protection – access to personal protective equipment, supplies, psychosocial support, and preventive measures for GBV;
    • Training – including communications, advocacy and leadership in the context of their own organizations and associations and not limited to facilitating access to clinical training;
    • Recognition – by receiving fair payment and labor rights; and
    • Management – by building tools and increasing access to data for more effective decision making and referral systems;
    • Activate – fostering exercising participatory collective processes for sustainable changes through policy reforms at national, regional, and global level.

    As countries around the world are preparing plans to strengthen their health systems and prepare for future pandemics, their response and recovery, economic hardship and recession following the pandemic is likely to hit the world’s economy. Public administrations should envision mechanisms to incorporate health workers as part of strengthening their health systems.


    • Gather, analyze, and summarize evidence on good practices and gaps at country level mechanisms to recognize, train, pay and protect frontline health workers.
    • Propose models and approaches to better incorporate FLHW needs and demands based on findings.


    • Master’s degree or higher in public health, sociology, public policy, social work, or a related field or substantive leadership or system-level experience in the health sector Specific experience with health personnel is preferred.
    • Strong written, verbal, and analytical skills.
    • Experience developing high quality written analyses on public health, public administration; demography or qualitative and quantitative research and analysis.
    • Demonstrated ability to work in an international setting.
    • A commitment to and focus on data-informed public policy.
    • Successful track record of developing and executing research programs.
    • Ability to assess and interpret quantitative and qualitative data about health systems.
    • Proficiency in multiple languages is an asset (English, Spanish, French, Arabic, etc.)

    Method of Application

    Interested Applicants: Please send your resume, a brief cover letter highlighting your experience and separately your proposed budget for this consultancy, to the email address by February 6, 2023. Use the subject line: Health workers on the frontline CONSULTANCY APPLICATION

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