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Consultancy to assist the MoH to conduct an Adolescent Health Assessment as part of HPV vaccine demonstration in Cambodia

Specific Tasks:

  • Conduct a desk review to identify any government policies/strategies/broad programs that support adolescent health activities in country;

  • Collect and review existing data/documentation from the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education;

  • Determine gaps in the information collected and work with Ministries of Health, Education and Technical Advisory Group (TAG) focal points of Cambodia;

  • Based on the findings of the assessment, draft a report summarizing the country context, demographics of adolescents in the country and the range of interventions;

  • Provide regular updates to the TAG on progress, and to receive feedback and guidance as needed; and

  • Based on approved draft report, prepare a slide set showcasing the objectives, methods and key findings from the adolescent health assessment, the decision matrix/ process, and the proposed adolescent health intervention.


  • Advanced university degree in public health, demography, health policy/management or related social sciences or at least 10 years;

  • Strong substantive and programme background in reproductive health, adolescent health and gender issues;

  • Strong understanding of adolescent health programming in the country;

  • Experience with conducting literature review, data searches and analysis, summarizing information/interpreting data on adolescent health;

  • High level of initiative and ability to collect information from multiples sources, summarize and identify gaps while proactively seeking ways to fill in the gaps;

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English and Khmer, with strong interpersonal and presentation skills.

How to apply:

Applications must be supported with a UN Personal History Form (P11) and a detailed CV addressed directly to UNFPA Country Office, Phnom Penh Center, Room 526, Sothearos Blvd. The P11 Form and Terms of Reference can be obtained via email or UNFPA Website


3 March 2017, 4:00 pm (local time)