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The International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC), is an independent, neutral organization ensuring humanitarian protection and assistance. It acts in response to emergencies and at the same time promotes respect for international humanitarian law.


Under the framework of the global Health Care in Danger (HCiD) Initiative, the ICRC is engaged in efforts aimed at addressing the issue of violence against health workers, patients, healthcare facilities and vehicles, for ensuring safe access to and delivery of health care.


Background Information:


ICRC has been availing the services of external consultants for providing technical support to HCiD activities in Peshawar. Having finalized an HCiD activity plan for Peshawar for the year 2020 with our main partner in Peshawar, the ICRC stands in need of relevant Co-Principal Implementer to provide technical guidance to HCiD activities in Peshawar.


Duration of Contract: One Year


Position Title:  Co-Principal Implementer (Peshawar based).

The Co-principal implementer will assist to collaborate on the Health Care in Danger (HCiD) Initiative of the ICRC and put into action the recommendations stemming from the research on violence against health care carried out with the ICRC support

Duties & Responsibilities

  • The Consultant will assist the Principal Implementer in implementing the interventions for protection of health care against violence recommended in the research studies.
  •  Oversee the production of a detailed action plan for the implementation of the aforesaid interventions.
  • Design specific methodologies for the implementations of the interventions under the project.
  •  Design and lead the implementation of specific methodologies for the measurement of the impact of the project.
  • Oversee the financial management of the budget for the implementation of the interventions as per the MoU and other agreements involving KMU as partner for HCiD Initiative.
  • Advise the ICRC and its partners in Peshawar and elsewhere in Pakistan on assessment and measurement methodologies to counter violence against healthcare.
  •  Contribute to dissemination efforts on the findings of the research on violence against healthcare and the interventions developed by writing and publication of academic papers and participation academic and other relevant conferences.



The consultant should


  • be a doctor with a strong background in research methodologies.
  • have published research on violence against health care.
  • have experience of designing tools for protection of health care against violence.
  • Preferably have experience of researching the impact of tools for protection of health care against violence.
  • Preferably strong working relations with IPHSS (Institute of Public Health and Social Sciences) to oversee the implementation of activities in the MoU between the ICRC and KMU.

The award of the contract will be made to the consultant whose offer will be evaluated and determined as

1)      Responsive/Compliant/acceptable

2)      Having received the highest score out of predetermined set of weighted technical and financial criteria specific to the felicitation