Service Provider for specialized clinical supervision – Armenia
Country / Region: Armenia
Start date: 7th of may 2021
Duration: 7 months
Source of funding: CDCS
Following the conflict escalation in Nagorno-Karabakh at the end of September 2020, PUI decided in October to organize a first exploratory mission in order to meet state authorities and humanitarian actors in Armenia, and thus evaluate the support that the organization would bring to this response.
In light of the fast evolution of the context and the ceasefire signed between Armenia and Azerbaijan, PUI decided to organize a second needs-assessment in Armenia, focusing on MHPSS which was identified as a need during the first exploration mission.
PUI launched its first MHPSS project and humanitarian mission in Armenia on the 1st of March.
OBJECTIVES OF THE WANTED SERVICE
- General objective
Provide specialized training, capacity building and clinical supervision to PUI local MHPSS services providers in Armenia.
- Specific objective
PUI is looking for one service provider that will put at its disposal qualified mental health professionals in order to:
- Co-develop a capacity building plan based on the identified needs including co-training and supervision contents, as well as clinical tools and methods that will be deployed on the field.
- Support PUI in the harmonization of clinical practices and tools between MHPSS partners. 3 training sessions of one week each will be provided during project duration (3 weeks total).
Strengthen local clinical practices by providing monthly case discussions and clinical supervisions (via skype/zoom/teams) to the identified psychologists of MHPSS service providers partners in Armenia.
The budget will be proposed by the service providers as part of the financial proposal/quote.
Interested parties should submit in French or English:
- A technical proposal (signed and stamped) presenting:
- The presentation of the service provider structure, including the number of available resources for the service (psychologists + psychiatrists)
- The CV and the diploma of the available resources for the service (bachelor degree or master degree or PhD)
- A financial offer including a detailed budget by headings
- The copy of the official registration documents of the service provider in its operational country
The applicants will be expected to read, understand, approve and sign PUI ethical framework and policies (PUI alert mechanism, PUI anti-fraud and corruption policy, PUI Charter, PUI Child protection policy, PUI Code of Conduct, PUI PSEA Policy and PUI terrorism money policy).
Applicants should send all documentation in electronic format to:
Tinou-paï Blanc: [email protected]
Cc:Mélissa Robichon: [email protected]
The deadline for submissions will be April 29, 2021.