CHAI Indonesia - Consultant for Private Health Facilities’ Immunization Service Assessment


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CHAI started supporting Indonesia’s Ministry of Health in 2008 to scale up adult anti-retroviral therapy through improving supply chain management, as well as providing technical assistance for improving the quality of ART and laboratory systems to support HIV care and treatment. In recent years, CHAI has expanded its support to the Ministry of Health to other areas including hepatitis and helping to facilitate BMS (Bristol-Myers Squibb) to donate pan-genotypic DAA (Direct-acting Antiviral), daclatasvir, more effective treatment for HCV patient, improving access to family planning, point of care diagnostics, mhealth, maternal and child health, and technical support for the Ministry of Health’s drive to sustainably fund healthcare.

Immunization services are offered in both public and private health facilities in Indonesia, national RI coverage data in Indonesia primarily includes data from public health centers (Puskesmas), health posts (Posyandu) and village birth facilities (Polindes). In addition, there is poor reports found from private health facilities. Private health facilities remain low in their recording and reporting practices for immunization, which may lead to under-estimates of coverage levels, particularly in urban settings with higher density of private health facilities. With onset of COVID-19 pandemic, Indonesia has seen an increasing shift towards seeking childhood immunization services in private clinics and hospitals.



The overall objective of this assessment is to identify and understanding existing data collection and reporting practices in private health facilities, thus will support the Ministry of Health and EPI to understand gaps and challenges in the linkages with the public sector national RI coverage data. This information can help strengthen reporting practices and ultimately ensure more accurate representation of RI coverage in Indonesia’s cities. 

The specific objectives of the assessment are as follow:

·       To assess the existing situation, problems & gaps in private health facility recording & reporting practices for immunization services in Kota Bandung

·       To analyze the above evidence in several key aspects:

o   Existing policy & legal review

o   Vaccine supply chain & management for private facilities

o   Private practice license

o   Service delivery & human resources

o   Professional group & other stakeholders roles 

·       Develop solutions & recommendations to improve policy & strategy in managing private sector compliance for immunization reports


Scope of Activities

Tool Development

In order to meet the objectives of this TOR, Consultant will provide an identification tool (qualitative and quantitative) of the key components of the perception of stakeholders and private health care facilities in Routine Immunization’s services.


Data Collection

Data collection includes  FGDs (to take snap shoot of current practice and to gain feasible recommendations) and in-depth interviews to selected healthcare facilities and stakeholders in Kota Bandung

Report Writing

Consultant to produce report on the assessment results and analysis and propose action plan and recommendation



·       Assessment Reports & Recommendations

·       Powerpoint presentation for advocacy purposes



The duration of work, including assessment and report writing is expected to be 3 months.


Consultant qualifications

-       Hold Master Degree in health or equivalent from reputable universities

-       Experience in leading and conducting health care facilities assessment

-       Familiar with Health Reporting and Recording system, preferably in Immunization

-       Good communicator and able to collect information from resources

-       Strong analytical skills

-       Should be able to produce reports in English and Bahasa Indonesia


Please submit your proposal in English not later than 9 August 2021, email to with “Consultant for Private HF’s Immunization service Assessment” on subject line, label your proposal and writing sample with your name, explain your experience in conducting previous assessment and state why we should appoint this to you. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified and contacted for an interview. Applications received after the deadline or incomplete applications will not be considered.


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