Thinking of a Career in Emergency Management?
- BY Nicole Pelette
The World Bank (WB) and UNICEF will conduct a Public Expenditure Review (PER) in the Human Development sectors in Serbia, namely health, education and social protection. The purpose of this PER is to help Serbian authorities and broader stakeholders to understand challenges in these three sectors and to provide advice on reforms that could help to either allocate more public resources for these functions, or to use the available resources more efficiently.
Regarding the PER for the health sector, there will be two main outputs: (1) an overall health system public expenditure review and (2) the deep-dive analysis into public primary health care (PHC) capacity in Serbia. The work will also include special consideration related to the public expenditures for the health of children, especially at the PHC level. The work will, to the extent possible, investigate the impact of COVID-19 on the overall health system.
Work Assignment Overview:
The consultant will be responsible for the analysis, reporting and presentation of data collected for the PER. The consultant is not responsible for collecting the data from the country, a task to be performed by a different consultant, but will need to pull in data from different databases for analysis. Most of the data collected from the country will likely be in Excel format (some might be in other formats, including *.pdf) and will need to be converted to database(s) in statistical software format such as Stata for analysis.
Duration of the assignment: August – December 2020, up to 30 workdays
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