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  • Posted: Nov 2, 2022
    Deadline: Nov 11, 2022
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    Centre for Health Solutions - Kenya (CHS) is a local, not-for-profit organisation. We understand the local context, make use of local expertise and strategic partnerships to ensure we implement evidence-informed solutions and interventions to address existing and emerging public health concerns.
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    National TB, Leprosy & Lung Disease Strategic Plan 2024-2028 Development Consultant

    Ref: CHS/EOI/LC/TB NSP/01/2022

    This NSP will be in line with the global vision and new recommendations, the National Health Sector Strategic Plan (NHSSP), the National TB Epidemiological context as well as Health System Dynamics in a developed context and Universal Health Coverage. In addition, the country also aims at ensuring that we achieve global commitments and targets made by the state during high-level meetings and forums towards the Global Vision of Ending TB by 2030. Further, it is  envisioned that a fully costed NSP monitoring and evaluation framework and County strategic frameworks will be developed.

    NSP 2024-2028 Development Process Objectives

    • To provide Kenyan TB context in development process of the TB NSP 2024-2028 as per the developed roadmap.
    • To support the country in the meaningful engagement with key stakeholders and sectors to gain perspective and insights towards TB response and control
    • To liaise and collaborate with the external consultants in the overall writing and consolidation of the different components of the NSP to ensure that it is well-aligned, technically sound and contextualised to the TB landscape leading to NSP 2024-2028.

    Work Terms of Reference

    We seek a high calibre, self-motivated and dynamic individual with an understanding of tuberculosis/infectious diseases and experience in the Kenyan context or its equivalent. The scope will be carried out through collaboration with NTP, external and thematic consultants, NTP partners and stakeholders. Some travel between Nairobi and the counties is anticipated. The local consultant is expected to undertake these main tasks:

    • Interpret and develop an inception report detailing the understanding of the Terms of Reference and contextualise it to the TB Kenyan context.
    • Offer technical support referencing Kenyan TB programming context to the NSP development writing team.
    • Support, liaise and collaborate with the external consultants in the coordination of the NSP development process with specific technical guidance to the various thematic groups during the stakeholder forums and writing workshops.
    • Facilitate, consolidate and document consensus of the various stakeholder workshops.
    • From discussions with NTP and collaborators, determine and write detailed descriptions for each thematic area for NTP.
    • Consolidate and collate all the workings from the NSP forum held such as but not limited to writing meetings, stakeholders and dissemination forums.
    • Act as the technical expertise liaison between the NTP/external consultants/ NSP task force/NSP thematic leads/stakeholders/collaborators to aggregate workshop findings.
    • Liaise with the external consultants to develop the drafts, incorporate feedback from reviewers towards the development of the final NSP 2024-2028
    • Document a dissemination brief of the NSP 2024-2028 development process.


    • Output 1: Inception report
    • Output 2: Final document – The Kenya National TB, Leprosy & Lung Disease Strategic Plan 2024-2028 shall include a narrative, a costed operational plan, and a monitoring & evaluation framework.
    • Output 3: Documentation of the NSP development process and lessons learnt,

    The consultant must write all outputs in clear language so that they can be easily understood, avoiding long sentences, jargon, abbreviations and technical terms to the extent possible and should as necessary define the terms used. If appropriate, the outputs may also contain diagrams or other visual materials to illustrate material and guide the reader.

    Duration and Timelines

    The work is expected to take an average of 60 working days. The following is an indicative timeframe, spread over about 5 months ( November 2022 – March 2023); actual timing will depend on meetings with various stakeholders, particularly NTP and its partners. Payments will be pegged on the deliverables and timelines

    Qualifications and Experience

    The local consultant must have the following qualifications and experience;

    • Must have a first degree in Medicine, Pharmacy, Biochemistry, and Nursing. A postgraduate Degree in a relevant field. A PhD will be an added advantage
    • 10 years demonstrated experience in implementation of TB or TB/HIV programs at national level
    • Demonstrable global work experience in strategic plan development or policy development for public health programs or Ministry of Health.


    • Fluency in spoken and written English
    • Strong communication, coordination, report writing and presentation skills.
    • Desk review, evidence synthesis and analytical skills
    • Clear understanding of M&E mechanisms and action plans for major health projects.

    Method of Application

    Proposals containing the above components should be submitted to clearly indicating the job title and its reference number as the subject line by 5.00 PM on or before Friday, November 11, 2022.

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