EHRN with support of APMGlobal developed a Transition Readiness Assessment Tool (TRAT) to analyze the readiness and risks of transition from donor funding to sustainable domestic financing in for key areas: program, policy, finance and governance. The tool is aimed to help to identify key barriers that must be addressed before sustainable transition is possible with a particular emphasis on assessing the sustainability of harm reduction services through and beyond the transition period.
EHRN is looking for the consultant to develop the User Manual on the Transition Readiness Assessment Tool (TRAT) as well as overviews of harm reduction trends in 5 sub-regions of CEECA.
The candidates are invited to submit their CVs together with a letter of interest by email referenced under title Consultant to develop the User Manual on TRAT to firstname.lastname@example.org by 21 July 2016 24:00 EET.
For more information please refer to the document below.