Federal Ministry of Health Request for Concept Notes for Nigeria Service Delivery Innovation Challenge
The Federal Ministry of Health of Nigeria (FMOH) is leading the development of the Global Financing Facility Investment Case and seeks to incorporate private sector driven innovative approaches. FMOH in partnership with Private Sector Health Alliance of Nigeria, Healthcare Federation of Nigeria (implementing partners) and IFC (coordinating partner) is soliciting submissions from innovators, entrepreneurs, organisations, NGOs and other non-state actors with promising innovations in service delivery. 
 
The Nigeria Service Delivery Innovation Challenge (NSDIC) seeks to find innovations in service delivery to improve the quality and coverage of Reproductive Maternal, Neonatal Child and Adolescent Health (RMNCAH) and Nutrition interventions across the country especially the North East and hard to reach areas
 
Shortlisted innovations will be invited to a showcase on December 20 and winning entries/innovations will form part of the Ministrys Global Financing Facility investment case
 
 
CONCEPT NOTES: 
Concept notes should be between 3 -5 pages for innovative solutions that have been piloted, proven and are currently being implemented or could be replicated in Northeast Nigeria
 
Notes: These innovations must address at least one of the outlined problem statements in the link below
 
For more information (complete Request for Concept Notes)
 
Click HERE to Apply now or DOWNLOAD full Request for Concept Note document 
 
Dealine for Concept note submission: Friday, December 16 2016
Date for Innovation Showcase for shortlisted concept notes: Tuesday December 20, 2016

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