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Inequalities Strategic Approach Consultant

Action for Global Health (AfGH) is currently running a strategic review and renewal process that will result in a new four-year strategy (2021 -2024).

The consultant will lead the development of a strategic approach that will be used to shape the network’s vision, mission and approach. We are keen that the work is conducted using a partnership approach, co-creating the approach with the team, Steering Committee and members, so that it feels owned by the network. Practically, we want the approach to give us:

  • A clear definition of what we mean by health inequalities and the scope/remit of our focus on health inequalities;
  • A set of principles, practices and processes that outline how we will focus on tackling health inequalities. These practices could include, for example:

o A reformed approach to our governance that meaningfully involves people with lived experience and civil society organisations from LMICs at all levels of the organisation;

o A sequenced process for how we plan our advocacy and campaign strategies that ensures our focus on health inequalities from the outset and through all stages of implantation and review;

o A checklist for any strategy, policy document, event or meeting we are planning or contributing to which ensures we are focusing on health inequalities;

o Regular team and membership reviews to assess how we are doing; and space to share learnings on how tackling health inequalities can be better achieved.

Key Deliverables
  • A word-processed report (with diagrams) that clearly sets out the health inequalities strategic approach – including definitions, scope/remit, principles, practices and processes – as well as tools that can be used by the team.
  • A Powerpoint presentation that summarises how the strategic approach shouldbe operationalised within our new strategy.
  • A monitoring and evaluative framework for our approach.
  • A dissemination plan for how we share this work with broader civil society and create opportunities for co-creation and learnings.
Time involved (for discussion)

To be agreed but we estimate up to 8 days of work.

Find out more

To find out more about this role read the Terms of Reference.

How to apply

No more than 4 pages outlining approach, the budget required and evidence of experience of this kind of work. The C.V of the consultant and names of two referees can be attached additionally. Expressions of interest should be emailed to Katie Husselby: by Monday 6th September.

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