Individual Consultant Contract

National Consultant - Conduct an Environmental Analysis of the BERANI Project (Code: UNFPA/IDN/ICC/20/07)

22 September 2020




Purpose of consultancy:

  1. To provide a comprehensive description of how the UNFPA Indonesia components of the BERANI Project have impacted the environment since the start of the project in 2018.
  2. To see potential shortcomings in current practices on medical waste management through the project in order to enable corrective action and improvement of implementation and monitoring practices.
  3. To lay the foundations for annual reporting of the BERANI Project until the end of the project in 2022.


Required expertise, qualifications and competencies, including language requirements:

  1. Competencies:
    1. Background in Public Health, Environmental Health, preferably on issues related to medical waste management
    2. Strong background in research particularly on health service management, medical waste management
    3. Strong background in programme design and evaluation, particularly for waste management.
    4. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and experience in working with the governments, health care providers and programme managers of hospitals, puskesmas and private clinics.
    5. Excellent analytical skills.
  2. Required Skills and Experience
    1. Education: A Master’s degree in one of the following fields: public health, medicine, or environmental health with a minimum of 5 years of relevant experience in the area of public health; Familiarity on issues related to medical waste management is an advantage.
    2. Has minimum 3 (three) years of experience in conducting situation analysis, programme evaluation or developing policy brief or background study, particularly on medical waste management; demonstrated through national/ international publications.
  3. Language:
    1. Fluent in spoken and written Indonesian Language and English.



Description of services and requirements as stated in the attached TOR.


Interested and qualified individuals are requested to submit the UN Personal History (P11) Form to with post code as subject of the email.