Calling for expression of interest for an individual consultant for writing the report of Service Availability and Readiness Assessment (SARA) Sri Lanka – 2017
Service Availability and Readiness Assessment (SARA) should be conducted by countries periodically to assess and monitor the service availability and readiness of the health sector and to generate evidence to support the planning and managing of the health system. The SARA is a health facility assessment tool designed to generate a set of tracer indicators of service availability and readiness. The survey objective is to generate reliable and regular information on service delivery such as the availability of key human and infrastructure resources, availability of basic equipment, basic amenities, essential medicines and diagnostic capacities, and on the readiness of health facilities to provide basic health-care interventions.
The SARA survey in Sri Lanka is conducted by both the Ministry of Health, Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine and the Department of Census and Statistics. The survey is funded by the GFATM Project HSS Grant.
Thereby, expression of interest is being called from individual consultants for the small assignment of writing the report of SARA Sri Lanka- 2017.More