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Services on Health and SRHR for Sida

Sida and KIT Royal Tropical Institute have entered into a framework agreement to provide Sida and Swedish embassy staff with various advisory services on Health and SRHR (see examples of assignments below). With its team of over 40 health experts, KIT Royal Tropical Institute can assist on various themes related to health systems and services, SRHR, health equity, the global health agenda and other public health topics related to Swedish development cooperation and humanitarian aid.

KIT Royal Tropical Institute can provide advice and strategic guidance on global health and SRHR at policy, programme and project level. This also includes support on capacity building, development of tools and methods, policy briefs, background papers and dialogue on Health and SRHR topics.

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All Sida and Embassy staff are welcome to commission framework services within the framework agreement. The funding should come from the Sida unit or embassy. A clear Terms of Reference (ToR) is needed to specify the assignment including the deliverables, deadlines, available budget and other expectations).

If you would like to commission an assignment, please send email including a Terms of Reference (ToR) to Download guidelines for the ToR here, or if needed we can organise a Skype call to help you specify your need.

Examples of our Framework Services

Examples of Framework services

Here you will find assignments implemented by KIT within the framework contract on Health and SRHR.

KIT’s Thematic Expertise

Health systems and health services

The WHO Health System Framework with its six building blocs:

  • Financing of health systems and health services to ensure universal health coverage and access for poor people.
  • Design and management of health services and comprehensive health systems to be inclusive for all, including the poor.
  • Social protection floors to ensure equal access to health services, especially for poor people.
  • Integration of horizontal perspectives such as gender equality and sustainability.
  • Training of health professionals.
  • Health surveillance.

Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR)

  • Young people and SRHR.
  • Maternal health.
  • Contraception, including condoms.
  • HIV and AIDS.
  • Gender-based violence, including FGM.
  • Comprehensive sexuality education.
  • Access to safe abortion.
  • LGBTI rights issues.
  • Menstrual hygiene.

Health equity

  • Social determinants of health.
  • Inequities in health and ill-health.
  • Burden of morbidity, disability and mortality in different populations and settings.
  • Prevention of communicable and non-communicable diseases and injuries on different levels.
  • Consequences of disease and disability.
  • Social protection floors to control inequalities in health and ill-health.
  • Multisectorial approaches and policies to prevention.

Global health agenda, including architecture and governance

  • Global Health Initiatives.
  • Research.
  • Multilaterals.
  • Sustainable Development Goals.
  • Civil society organisations.
  • Entry points for Sweden and priority areas.
  • Health and environmental and climate change.


  • Regional Context Analysis of SRHR in sub-Saharan Africa

    • Institute
    • Publication

    Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) is an important focus of the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) and is embedded in various policy frameworks and strategies, including the Regional Strategy for SRHR in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) 2015–2021. As part of an in-depth review to reflect on the current strategy and for Sida to develop recommendations to the Swedish government […]


We look forward to working with you. Please contact us for specific questions.

Sida Services contact at KIT:

Sida contact:
Ellica Plymoth
Procurement Advisor

Carin Zetterlund
First Deputy Head of Development Section

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