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National Guidelines for conducting Health Mela under NHM

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Empanelment of Independent National Monitors

Independent National Monitors
Under the National Health Mission (NHM),
Ministry of Health & Family welfare

Name of position: Independent National Monitor under NHM

Number of positions: Multiple (both (1) Institutional and (2) Individual

Reporting authority: AS & MD (NHM)

Location: Anywhere in India

Background

Launched in 2005, the NHM is a flagship programme of the Government of India which envisages achievement of universal access to equitable, affordable and quality health services which are accountable and responsive to people’s needs. The framework for implementation identifies systematic and high quality monitoring and evaluation as a priority for assessing the effectiveness of the Mission, identifying areas for improvement and initiating course correction. While institutional mechanisms have been put in place for this and regular monitoring visits have been undertaken in addition to the annual Common Review Mission, a mechanism of Independent National Monitors offers an opportunity to utilize eminent and high quality individual and institutional expertise to provide independent feedback on the performance of national programmes and interventions under the NHM and possible solutions embedded in the contest.

Objectives

  • To undertake regular monitoring of major national programmes and special monitoring of specific interventions under the NHM.
  • To identify areas for improvement following the review
  • To provide suggestions for addressing the gaps identified

Key responsibilities

  • The Independent National Monitors will be expected to visit districts, assess implementation of programmes/interventions and submit a review report highlighting key findings, actionable points and suggestions for improvements.
  • The checklist, framework and ToR for inspection and reporting will be provided by the Ministry
  • The Independent National Monitors will undertake both primary data collection in the form of interviews and Focus Group Discussions with health officials, beneficiaries and the community.
  • State/district authorities will be informed so as to facilitate the review and provide information/records as needed. Secondary data collection will involve review of design documents, project reports, HMIS data and other relevant survey data.
  • The duration of visit will depend on the quantum of work and will typically involve not more than 5-7 days per month.
  • A team of two monitors will be deployed, except for small states/UTs.
  • Institutional monitors will also constitute two member teams for field visits.
  • All districts in the country will be covered annually.
  • The performance of the Independent National Monitors will be appraised annually on the basis of the quality of work, timeliness and feedback from stakeholders. These will be used to extend contracts and identify monitors for special assignments.

Qualifications and experience

1. for Individual Monitors 
Eminent retired officials with over 10 years experience in the field of Public Health and/or Monitoring and Evaluation of Public Health Programmes

2. for Institutional Monitors
Institutions working in the area of public health and with at least 5 years documented experience of monitoring/evaluation of health programmes. Priority will be given to institutions with Central Government funding.

Remuneration

  • Empanelled Monitors will be provided an honorarium @ Rs.3000/- per day (excluding journey period) + DA @ Rs.500/- day for actual days of visit. Terms and conditions for reimbursement of TA/DA, honorarium to Independent National Monitors (Annexure-I).
  • For report writing charges of Rs.5000/-for one District with additional Rs.10000/-for Institutional Monitors per report/district towards managerial cost.

Empanelment tenure
Institutional monitors will be empanelled for three years, subject to an annual review of performance. Extension of individual empanelment will be on the basis of their annual review.

How to apply

Individual applicants should submit their CV in requisite format highlighting their suitability for this position. Institutions should provide information demonstrating that they meet the specified requirements. Documented evidence of eligibility will be sought from short-listed candidates/ Institutions. Applications along with a cover letter should be sent within prescribed format within 45 days from the date of Advertisement in the Employment Newspaper by Registered Post/ Speed Post to Deputy Director (NHM-II), Room No. 510-D Wing, Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi-110011. Applicants who have applied earlier for the same position through advertisement given in Dec 2017, need not to apply again. For further details, please visit Ministry’s website: www.mohfw.nic.in /www.nhm.gov.in.


(Ms.Vidushi Chaturvedi)
Director (NHM-II)

 

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