To review the implementation of the three SCM models and provide evidence for decision making, particularly in the development of new policies, regulations and guidelines to improve the implementation and performance of National Contraceptive Supply Chain Management.
UNFPA has been working with BKKBN in the introduction of three models for Contraceptive Supply Chain Management (SCM). The models were tested in East Java and East Nusa Tenggara provinces, covering the implementation in 9 districts in those 2 provinces. The modelling is intended to provide options for districts in managing the contraceptive management and distribution under the Universal Health Coverage era. The 3 SCM models are now popularly known as SCM Models A, B, and C.
- Model A: the vertical supply chain management run by BKKBN; basically the strengthening of the current SCM
- Model B: strengthening close coordination at the district level where the distribution and storage of the supplies at the district level and below, are using the District Health Office (DHO) channel(s) and
- Model C: using public/private sector partnership approach, working with the postal service to distribute the supplies from district warehouse to the
After around 1 year implementation of the models, BKKBN intends to document the lessons learned, best practices and identify bottlenecks as to provide good basis for scaling up the replication and adoption by other districts nation-wide. UNFPA CO will support the conduct of the review of the Supply Chain Management modelling. The review will provide BKKBN a better handle to decide the SCM model or models for Indonesia and provide recommendations for districts to adopt the most suitable model. The review will also assess the utilization of the FP special allocation funds (BOKB); a special allocation of funds from BKKBN to districts to assist them to cover the contraceptives distribution costs.
The scope of the review of contraceptive SCM will include quantification, storage, distribution, recording & reporting, from central, provincial, to district level, as well as the utilization of BOKB (special allocation fund) for the SCM related programme in the 9 model districts; Lamongan, Pamekasan, Banyuwangi in East Java Province; Kupang, Kupang City, Sikka, Sumba Barat, Sabu Raijua and Manggarai Barat in NTT Province.
Description of services:
Under the overall guidance of the UNFPA Country Representative and day to day consultation and supervision by the NPO RH, the national consultant will assist UNFPA in the following tasks:
- Conducting independent review of the performance of the Contraceptive SCM modelling including review of BOKB (FP Special Allocation Funds) in 9 districts
- Drawing key lessons from the contraceptive SCM modelling and provide a set of clear and forward looking options leading to strategic and actionable recommendations for the improvement of contraceptive SCM
- Instrument of study and draft Outline
- Draft review report of SCM modelling and the utilization of BOKB in Bahasa Indonesia and in English
- Final review report of SCM modelling and the utilization of BOKB in Bahasa Indonesia and in English
The national consultant should have the following credentials and experience:
- Advanced university degree in related field
- More than 5 years of experience in the field of logistic management
- Proven experience of working closely with related government institution such as BKKBN, MoH, and familiar with the government mechanism/ processes
- Excellent communication, facilitation and report-writing skill in English and Bahasa Indonesia