TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR INTERPRETATION SERVICE readvertisement
Type of Services: Simultaneous Interpretation service and equipment
Language: English to French AND French to English
Expected Dates: 28-29 November 2022
Venue: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Application Deadline: November 17, 2022 at 12.00 pm Addis time
The African Constituencies Bureau (ACB) for the Global Fund was established by a resolution of African Health ministers in 2012. The ACB, also known as the Bureau, brings together the two African Constituencies West and Central Africa (WCA) and East and Southern Africa (ESA) represented at the Global Fund (GF)to fight HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. The two constituencies represent 47 African countries that are recipients of GF support for HIV, TB and Malaria control. The Bureau facilitates collaboration across the two constituencies, facilitates effective engagement, representation and participation of the two constituencies in GF processes as well as enhancing their capacity to shape GF policies and processes. It also ensures that Africa’s voice is enhanced to influence Global Health policy decisions.
In anticipation of the roll out of the new cycle of Global Fund grants (NFM4) and in recognition of the upcoming UN HLM on TB in 2023, the ACB will co-host a TB consultative meeting in in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia with the African Union, the WHO Regional Office and the Stop TB Partnership, for 16 high burden TB countries in Africa .
The consultative meeting aims to:
Identify and explore the barriers and gaps in access to quality TB diagnosis, treatment, care, support and scaling up prevention efforts, including community, rights, and gender barriers to access, to establish key TB priorities for the next funding cycle for TB Response, including community and health system responses (NFM4)
Identify ways of increasing domestic resources or other donors for TB response by reflecting on the existing TB financing landscape.
Identify ways of ensuring effective, meaningful and systematic affected community engagement in CCMs, country dialogue, proposal development, implementation and community led monitoring to support NFM4
Share best collaborative practices
SCOPE OF WORK
Qualified providers will provide the following services:
Provide simultaneous interpretation services from English to French and vice versa during the two-day meeting; and
Provide interpretation equipment’s including headphones and listening equipment.
Minimum of five (5) years of progressive interpretation work from English to French and vice versa with the government and/or international organizations such as the UN, INGOs and civil society
Possession of adequate and quality interpretation equipment
Familiarity with technical terms and terminology particularly in public health, with the Global Fund’s work around HIV, TB and malaria will be an asset
Demonstrated willingness to work as part of a team in a multi-cultural environment
Individuals or firms meeting the above requirements are encouraged to share:
An updated capability statement (for firms) or a CV (for individuals); and
Financial proposal that indicates the all-inclusive fixed total contract price, supported by a breakdown of costs where appropriate.