CARPHA was legally established in July 2011 by an Inter-governmental Agreement (IGA) signed by Heads of Caribbean Governments and began operations in January 2013. CARPHA’s functions encompass the responsibilities of five (5) previously existing regional health institutions. Work in these areas advances the public health agenda in the Region and makes a valuable and coordinated contribution to the knowledge and resources of the international health community.
The purpose of the contract is as follows:
To improve surveillance capacity of professionals working in the health sector and health-determining sectors and to support the development of climate resilient national food and water safety plans.
More specifically, a consultant will be contracted to provide project activity coordination and technical implementation support for (i) the development and pilot of an early warning surveillance system (EWS) integrating climate variability for select climate sensitive diseases in 3 CARIFORUM countries; and (2) the development of climate resilient national food and water safety plans for 2 CARIFORUM countries
BACKGROUND, OBJECTIVE, SCOPE OF WORK
See attached Terms of Reference for details.
CARPHA invites eligible Individual Consultant to indicate their interest in providing the required services.
Interested consultants must provide the following information:
- Curriculum Vitae (CV) indicating that you are qualified and experienced to perform the services (Qualifications and skills, General Professional Experience, Specific professional experience etc.).
The intended start date is Sep 2023 and the period of implementation of the contract will be Twelve (12) months from this date.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
Expressions of interest must be delivered in English by email to the address below by Monday 24 July 2023 to:
Caribbean Public Health Agency
Mr. Anthony Seunarine