Cơ hội hợp tác với USAID

Cơ quan Phát triển Quốc tế Hoa Kỳ (USAID) đang tìm kiếm một công ty tư vấn, một cơ quan nghiên cứu/đào tạo hoặc một tổ chức phi chính phủ Việt Nam hỗ trợ cho Dự án Sáng kiến Chính sách Y tế Việt Nam (HPI) trong thời gian 2 năm (kể từ tháng 9/2011 đến tháng 9/2013).

Hạn nộp hồ sơ: Trước 17h00 chiều ngày 12/7/2011.

Thông tin chi tiết như sau:

USAID’s Health Policy Initiative (USAID/HPI) Vietnam

Request for expression of interest: A consulting firm, training/research institute or local NGO to support provincial capacity building and human resource development in Data use for Decision Making (DDM) program.

Duration: September 2011 – September 2013

Location: Hanoi, Hai Phong, Quang Ninh, Nghe An, Can Tho, An Giang, Ho Chi Minh city, Dien Bien, and Lao Cai (PEPFAR provinces).


USAID’s Health Policy Initiative Vietnam (USAID/HPI) is a five year USAID funded project that aims to assist the collaborative efforts of the Government of Vietnam, U.S. Government, civil society organizations (CSOs) and other stakeholders to develop and implement evidence-based and best practice-driven laws, policies, plans, and programs for HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment, and impact mitigation in Vietnam.

The Data use for Decision Making (DDM) program is a key USAID/HPI activity during 2010–2013 in PEPFAR focus provinces. USAID/HPI seeks a highly qualified consulting firm,training/research institute or local NGO to provide technical support to 9 PEPFAR provinces in institutional capacity building and human resource development for data use for decision making on programming, planning, and funding allocations across HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment components.

Specific Tasks

– Work closely with the USAID/HPI team to implement the DDM plan, including training materials development, on-site coaching and mentoring, supervision and monitoring visits.

– Design and implement cost analysis for key programs at provincial level. Costs will be analyzed from provider and/or government perspectives to develop resource need estimatesfor HIV/AIDS programming scenarios in provinces.

– Provide ongoing technical assistant to provincial HIV/AIDS centers in using epidemiological data and program data for development and monitoring provincial HIV/AIDS strategic plans.

– Collaborate with VAAC and Regional Institutes to develop standardized national guidelines including training manuals and technical tools  to expand DDM program to all provinces.


– Strong experience in the analysis and use of HIV/AIDS epidemiologic, cost, and program monitoring data to evaluate programs.

– Experience in designing training curricula and conducting training in program monitoring and evaluation.

– Knowledge and experiences in capacity building and human resource development.

– Good understanding of the HIV/AIDS service delivery system.

– USAID experience is desirable.

How to Apply: Interested candidates please submit the expression of interest with (1) Concept paper outlining their proposed approach to the specified scope of work (no more 1000 words); (2) Indicative budget; (3) Description of relevant working experience; and (4) proposed key personnel with curriculum vitae to Son_nguyen@abtvn.com or USAID/HPI, 72 Xuan Dieu, Hanoi (Attention: Nguyen Truong Son) before 17:00 PM, July 12, 2011. Only short-listed candidates/organizations will be contacted for further discussion and negotiation.