HMIS Database Development Consultancy - Marie Stopes International T-L

11-11-2012 00:37


Marie Stopes International Timor Leste is the newest partner of the Marie Stopes International (MSI) Partnership. MSI is regarded as one of the world’s leading sexual and reproductive healthcare not-for-profit organizations. MSI Timor Leste is currently looking to fill the following position:

HMIS Database Development Consultancy

MSITL is looking for a consultant to develop a comprehensive database system to effectively and efficiently capture client and service data for MSITL to enhance and streamline existing monitoring and evaluation systems and processes.


  1. Work with relevant MSITL staff to assess the organisation’s business requirements for data collection, analysis and reporting
  2. Identify and recommend data management software suitable for effective and efficient management of MSITL service data
  3. Design, develop and test a flexible and user friendly data management system that is appropriate to the Timor-Leste context, meets MSITL’s business requirements and MSI partnership standards for data management, analysis and reporting.
  4. Document the final data management system
  5. Produce clear and comprehensive user manual and conduct training for database users.


  1. Review of MSITL current data management system and requirements
  2. Proposed implementation plan
  3. Database system recommendations
  4. Data management system design
  5. HMIS database that meets MSITL functional requirements and quality standards
  6. Comprehensive database documentation
  7. User manual
  8. User training records

Duration and dates:

6 weeks

Application Process:

Your application should include:

    • An updated CV
    • A summary of how you would conduct the evaluation based on the required outputs
    • Detailed responses to the Key Selection Criteria. 
    • Estimated timeframe and availability
    • Consultation Rates

For a copy of the complete TOR,, including key selection criteria, please email Eva Hall at

The  deadline for application is Friday 16th November 2012.  Completed applications should be sent to


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