FAIRMED is a Swiss organization established in 1959 and has been operating in Nepal since 2012. It aims to improve the accessibility of basic health care services to the people in lowest economic strata (poorest). It provides support to people vulnerable and affected by Neglected Tropical Diseases – NTDs (For example Leprosy, Filariasis, STH), and Maternal and Child from marginalized community with the vision of “Health for the poorest”.
Purpose of EOI:
FAIRMED is developing a project on essential health focusing on Neglected Tropical Disease and Maternal and Neo-natal Health as key components for Province 1. FAIRMED calls for Expression of Interest from two NGOs to work in three adjoining districts (Jhapa, Morang and Sunsari) having experiences and expertise in implementing public health program, specifically in community
awareness, mobilization, strengthening local health system and generating evidence of accessing services by the poorest, & marginalized groups.
Interested NGOs registered and working in Jhapa, Morang and Sunsari districts are requested to apply by filling the checklist that can be downloaded with the link address https://www.fairmed.org.np/attachment/151/download/Checklist+for+NGOs.docx or Please visit our website https://www.fairmed.org.np/downloads
Please send the filled checklist along with a letter of interest and profile of the organization to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org by April 1, 2021, 5:00 pm.
Note: Organization who have already submitted the application do not require to re- apply.
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