Recruitment of a Consultant-Trainer to develop a facilitation guide for monitoring and supervision of key malaria interventions at the community level under the Global Fund GC7 grant.

Ref.: D242/CRG/2024

  1. Context

Impact Santé Afrique (ISA ) is an African NGO based in Cameroon whose main objective is to contribute to improving the health of populations by implementing transformative and sustainable programs that will save lives and improve the health of our communities. (For more information, visit and contact us at the following address: [email protected])

Impact Santé Afrique (ISA) coordinates the platform of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) for the elimination of malaria (CS4ME).

Impact Santé Afrique (ISA), is implementing the “CS4ME Global Fund Community Engagement” project to strengthen the long-term capacities of CSOs engaged in the fight against malaria. This project aims to strengthen the participation and influence of malaria civil society in decision-making bodies in the fight against malaria.

As part of this project, strengthening the capacities of civil society actors to better take into account the needs of populations vulnerable to malaria constitutes one of the priority objectives.

It is with this in mind that Impact Santé Afrique (ISA) is looking for a Consultant-trainer for the development of a facilitation guide for the monitoring and supervision of key interventions to combat malaria at the community level, within the framework of of the Global Fund grant GC7. This tool will be intended for Civil Society Organizations and community stakeholders working in the fight against malaria.


The main objective is to develop a simple and practical guide for monitoring and supervising major malaria interventions at the community level, as part of the implementation of the Global Fund GC7 grant. The aim is to promote the principles of Community-led Monitoring and the use of CLM Malaria data for advocacy to ensure that community needs are at the center of malaria programs under GC7 .

Specifically, it will be about:

  • Propose a methodology for the development of a facilitation guide for monitoring and supervision of key malaria interventions at the community level within the framework of GC7, taking into account tools from the Global Fund and other sources;
  • Develop a tool presenting the major interventions to combat malaria as well as indicators for monitoring these interventions;
  • Carry out a tool review;
  • Have the training and orientation tool validated;
  • Propose TORs for the preparation of training on the written guide;
  • Participate as a trainer in bilingual regional CSO capacity building training on the tool developed.
  1. Functions and responsibilities of the consultant-trainer

Placed under the direct supervision of the Executive Director of Impact Santé Afrique (ISA), and working in collaboration with the Senior Civil Society Engagement Officer, the consultant will have to carry out the following tasks:

  • Briefing meetings on work with the Impact Santé Afrique (ISA) team;
  • Development of the facilitation guide for CSO capacity building;
  • Review and validation of the training tool;
  • Online training of CSOs on the tool developed during a webinar;
  • Drafting and submission of the overall report at the end of the consultation (progress of the mission, training, assessment of CSOs, recommendations).

Main expected results and deliverables :

  1. A facilitation guide for monitoring and supervision of key malaria interventions at the community level under the Global Fund GC7 grant is developed, reviewed and validated;
  2. CS4ME member CSOs are trained in the use of the guide to monitor major malaria interventions at the community level;
  3. An end-of-consultation report is written and submitted to the NGO Impact Santé Afrique (ISA).

1. Period of the expert mission

This consultation mission will take place from Wednesday June 5 to Friday July 5, 2024 .

2. Candidate profile

The desired expertise will relate to the recruitment of a consultant-trainer whose qualifications and skills are presented as follows:

  • Diploma in one or more of the following fields: Master’s degree in Project Management, Public Health/Community Health, social sciences, development sciences or equivalent specialization;
  • Proven experience in monitoring and evaluation of malaria control programs and interventions;
  • Proven experience in the Global Fund GC7 process;
  • Experience in training and facilitating workshops with multi-sector partners in the health field, leadership qualities and skills in facilitating consensus;
  • Good understanding of issues related to the fight against malaria as well as strengthening community engagement and health systems;
  • Perfect oral and written command of French and English
  • Good writing, analysis and synthesis skills;
  • Familiarity with videoconferencing software (Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet.)

How to apply

3. Application file

– A dated and signed CV, including 3 professional references;

– A technical sheet presenting the methodology used and the timetable of activities (2 pages maximum);

– A financial offer (1 page maximum).

4. Evaluation of offers

The evaluation of the offers received will be based in particular on the following criteria:

  1. The candidate’s experience in carrying out missions similar to those specified in these terms of reference;
  2. Understanding the mission’s expectations and the proposed intervention methodology;
  3. The proposed financial offer.

5. Submission of the offer

The offer including the documents mentioned in section 3 must be sent to the following address: [email protected] | Subject of the email: Consultant-trainer


The submission deadline is Friday May 31, 2024 at 11:59 p.m. (GMT +1) .

Offers received after this date will not be considered.