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Methodology the methodology should include a review

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Methodology The methodology should include a review of key documents listed in Annex A. The team will develop draft detailed methodology for undertaking the full scope of the review in line with AusAID M&E Standards including: context, program delivery, M&E, organisation, governance and management structure, including the preliminary due diligence assessment. It should be submitted to AusAID at least 2 weeks prior to commencement of the review. The team will hold interviews with key stakeholders including HFE current and past management and staff, AusAID staff in Canberra and Ethiopia, USAID staff in Ethiopia, the Ethiopia Federal Ministry of Health and other relevant stakeholders. The consultants will also hold discussions with other key organisations working in Ethiopia in this area, such as EngenderHealth, IntraHealth, Pathfinder International and UNFPA. An initial briefing meeting will take place with AusAID in Canberra to be followed by meetings with HFE(A) and HFA (these meetings could be via telecon depending on the location of consultants). They will then meet with AusAID Ethiopia and HFE before meeting with other stakeholders. AusAID Health Resource Facility 76 Managed by HLSP in association with IDSS
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AID and USAID Review of Support to Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia (Ethiopia) 31/05/2018 Services Order 230 Draft report HFE will liaise with the review team in arranging meetings and site visits. Site visits will include meetings with in-country donors, implementing partners and counterparts in the respective government structures as appropriate. Background documents will be shared with the review team at least one week before the actual start date of the review. The consultants will visit at least one AusAID funded regional facility with the HFE Project Coordinator and the AusAID Regional Health Adviser and one USAID funded regional HFE Centre with USAID Ethiopia staff to assess the progress of fistula prevention and treatment activities carried out with Australian and U.S. Government funds. During the visit the consultants will interview health providers as well as women who use the services. At the final review meeting on (Thursday 6 June 2013), the consultants will present the preliminary key findings, recommendations and conclusions to AusAID Addis Ababa, USAID Ethiopia and the HFE Board (AusAID Canberra and HFA will participate by teleconference) prior to drafting the final report. Reporting The review team will be responsible for the deliverables: Draft detailed methodology for undertaking the full scope of the review including: context, program delivery, M&E, organisation, governance management structure including the preliminary due diligence assessment. It should be submitted to AusAID at least 2 weeks prior to commencement of the review.
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