End-Term Evaluation for Community Based Health Financing Project

SUPPORT FOR TROPICAL INITIATIVES IN POVERTY ALLEVIATION (STIPA)

END-TERM EVALUATION

FOR

COMMUNITY BASED HEALTH FINANCING (CBHF) PROJECT

Project No: A-KEN-2018-0169

TERMS OF REFERENCE (TOR)

1.0 INTRODUCTION

1.1. About Support for Tropical Initiatives in Poverty Alleviation

Support for Tropical Initiatives in Poverty Alleviation (STIPA) is a national non-governmental, non-profit making organization registered under section 10 of the NGO Co-ordination Act of Kenya on 25th September 1997.

STIPA operates in six counties in Western Kenya (Bungoma, Busia, Homa Bay, Kisumu, Siaya and Vihiga) where it directly implements programs on access to health-care, health financing, social
justice, and livelihoods, including economic empowerment.

STIPA also works in the fields of Gender and Human Rights, Peace, HIV/AIDS, and Water & Sanitation. STIPA furthermore builds the capacities of other organizations in participatory methodologies across the Eastern, Horn and Central Africa regions.

Vision Statement: Healthy communities

Mission Statement: Working with communities and organizations to be in control

STIPA’s Funded Projects:

  • Community Based Health Financing Project
  • Western Kenya Peace Initiatives Project
  • Tunza Punda Inua Jamii Project
  • Sauti Yangu Project
  • Dissemination of Improved KALRO Bean Varieties Project

1.2. Background of Community Based Health Financing Project

Community Based Health Financing (CBHF) is a non-profit making micro health insurance concept targeting low-income earners especially from the informal sector. It is an innovative concept that provides an alternative mechanism for promoting equitable access to affordable quality health care formed on the principles of voluntarism, social solidarity and mutual aid in which members participate fully in its financing and management.

STIPA has been promoting the CBHF concept since its inception in 1999. However, its initial role was facilitation of the process through the implementing organizations by then; being Anglican
Development Services (ADS), Western Region Christian Community Services (WRCCS) and Eldoret Region Company (ELRECO).

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11.0. DUTY STATION / LOCATION:

The Cosultant/s will be based in Kisumu and carry out their assessment in three counties of Western Kenya (Homa Bay, Kisumu and Siaya) with spill over to Vihiga County.

12.0. APPLICATION / REQUIREMENTS:

Interested applicants are requested to submit signed and dated technical and financial proposal including Curriculum Vitae and relevant certificates to Support for Tropical Initiatives in Poverty
Alleviation (STIPA), P O Box 6736, Kondele 40103, Kisumu, Kenya.

The submission can be made through surface mail using the above address details or through electronic medium to procurement@stipakenya.org with subject titled END TERM EVALUATION OF PROJECT NO. A-KEN-2018-0169.

Deadline for applications is Friday, 22nd January 2021 by 4.00 pm.

Proposals received after the stipulated timeframe shall automatically be disqualified.

13.0. EVALUATION AND AWARD OF CONSULTANCY

STIPA shall evaluate the proposals and award the assignment based on technical and financial feasibility.

STIPA reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal received without giving reasons for its decisions.


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