WHO Job Vacancy: Local Consultants (MNTE) and Polio Endgame Strategies – Papua Province, Indonesian

Posting Job


November 15, 2015

Expired Job


June 19, 2019



are urgently needed local consultants of Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus
Elimination (MNTE) and Polio endgame strategies.

Please find below
the TOR for your kind reference.

TOR for Local Consultants

Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus
Elimination (MNTE) and Polio Endgame Strategies

Type of contract:
for Performance of Work (APW)

3 months
Location: Yahukimo, Puncak Jaya, Nduga, Pegunungan Bintang and Membramo Raya Districts,
Papua Province

Under the overall guidance of the WHO Representative
(WR) Indonesia and the direct supervision of the EPI team leader in WHO
Indonesia to support the Ministry of Health, Papua Provincial Health Office
(PHO) and 5 selected District Health Offices (DHO) in the following:


  • Validate

    number of target population (reported vs actual) and check the accessibility
    status per village in each puskesmas. 

  • Analyze TT
    coverage (women at reproductive age/WRAs and infants) for both supplementary
    immunization activities (SIA) and routine immunization per village.
  • Analyze routine immunization data
    per village in each puskesmas.
  • Identify pocket areas where TT
    coverage < 80% preferably in high populated and accessible areas.
  • Conduct at least one Rapid
    convenient assessment for TT in WRA in each sub-district with 15-20 WRAs in 5
    villages per puskesmas.
  • Planning for
    sweeping T/SIA in the recommended districts using BOK funds for TT vaccination
    to reach > 80% coverage.
  • Develop micro plans for each
    puskesmas and ensure that :
    • Hard-to-reach population pockets are reached
      through sweeping by village, check the accessibility of the villages
    • Vaccine and logistics  are calculated and ensured 
    • Vaccine movement  and cold chain plan are well executed 
    • Vaccinators are available under BOK fund
    • Supervision plan for sweeping is available

  • Ensure regular reporting of the
    routine and sweeping data by each puskesmas to the district health office using
    monitoring tools for reporting and recording.
B. Polio Endgame

  • Assisting DOH in planning and monitoring National Immunization Day,
    8-14 March 2016
  • Assisting DOH in planning and monitoring the switch tOPV to bOPV,
    4 April 2016
    • Ensure tOPV inventory is updated 
    • Ensure bOPV is available in all service
      points/health facilities before the switch


Secondary level education in health
related subject from a recognized institution

degree from a recognized institution


least 3 years’ experience in public health (implementing public health
programs, assessing and/or recommending policy changes, collecting and
utilizing public health data for action) in Papua province


  • Experience in communicable
    disease program
  • Critical analysis of public
    health data
  • Management of public health
    activities/projects at district level
  • Significant involvement in communication
    campaigns or communication strategies related to health (especially at the
    community or population-based level)
  • Advocacy with stake holders such
    as local government
  • Train the health care worker/NGO
If your are
interested, please send email to tamsf@who.int.
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