As part of UNHCR Policy on selection and retention of partners for project partnership agreements, UNHCR Tunisia is publishing a Call for expression of interest to select partners for the following project:
Project title and Identification: Health Status of the Population Improved
Project Location: Tunis, Zarzis, Medenine, Sfax
Brief Background of the Project: Refugees and asylum seekers have access to primary health care (PHC) similar to Tunisian nationals. As many refugees and asylum seekers suffer from chronic diseases needing sustained treatments for extended periods of time, UNHCR continues to support the most vulnerable individuals in covering primary and secondary health care expenses, including medical fees and medications. Furthermore, UNHCR will need to continue its support to the Ministry of Health (MoH) and focus on capacity building for MoH to address refugees’ health issues and needs.
Goal/Objective, Expected Outcome and Main Activities: Improve access to primary health care and secondary health care through reimbursement of medical fees and medications; support UNHCR in engaging with other existing entities and systems to develop provision of medical care to refugees and asylum seekers; support UNHCR in enhancing the capacity of MoH.
Intended Population of Concern: Refugees (Syrian and non-Syrian population)
Project Period [estimated start and end dates of project]: 1st June 2017 – 31st December 2017
Submission Deadline: 12 May 2017
Date Decision Results to be Communicated to Applicants: 26 May 2017
Criteria Description: Sector expertise and experience – the required specific skills, sector specialists, knowledge and human resources. Assigned Weighting: 40%
Criteria Description: Project management – ability to deliver project objectives, accountability mechanisms and sound financial management, taking into account the audit results of the previous UNHCR-funded projects, past performance and the external audit of partners’ financial statements, where applicable. Assigned Weighting: 20%
Criteria Description: Local experience and presence – ongoing programme in the area of operation; local knowledge; engaging refugees and other persons of concern; trust from local communities; local presence; partner policy on community relations; complaint mechanisms for persons of concern; self-organized groups of persons of concern; and other factors that would facilitate access to and better understanding of the persons of concern and that would reduce administrative difficulties. Assigned Weighting: 15%
Criteria Description: Contribution of resources – evidenced and documented contribution of resources to the Project in cash or in-kind (e.g. human resources, supplies and/or equipment) by the partner that are presently available (or potentially mobilized by the partner) in order to supplement UNHCR resources. Assigned Weighting: 5%
Criteria Description: Cost effectiveness – level of direct costs and administrative costs imposed on the Project in relation to project deliverables. Assigned Weighting: 15%
Criteria Description: Experience working with UNHCR – global and/or local partnerships including knowledge of UNHCR policies, practices and programmes, including an understanding of and ability to work within UNHCR’s funding limitations and associated inherent risks. Partners that have three consecutive qualified audit opinions for UNHCR-funded projects may not be considered. Assigned Weighting: 5%
Other: as required by the UNHCR Office for any specific project (specify)
Organizations interested in collaborating with UNHCR and entering into partnership agreement for programs/projects funded by UNHCR Tunisia should register through the UNHCR partner portal: https://Partner.unhcr.org.
If you didn’t succeed to register through the partner portal please send the concept note to email@example.com,
the deadline for submission is May 12th at midnight.Here the concept note to be submitted by partners:
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