Key deliverables of the consultant include.
Deliverable 1: Conduct background desk research on migrants’ access to public health systems in Bahrain (30 November)
Deliverable 2: Policy report on Migrant Health in Bahrain: Good Practices, Gaps and Challenges (20 December)
Duties and Responsibilities
The Consultant will develop a policy brief on Migrant Health in Bahrain: Good Practices, Gaps and Challenges. It will include desk top research on the following themes:
Health-Related Challenges & Risks
What particular health-related challenges do migrants face in Bahrain?
What particular health-related challenges do migrant women, and women migrant domestic workers in particular, face in Bahrain?
What are the factors that inform health risks and outcomes amongst migrants in Bahrain (do different employment sectors correlate with risks and outcomes, for e.g., and how does gender, nationality, and other determinants affect outcomes?)
What are common health emergencies amongst migrants, and what kind of support is available?
What kind of data are available on migrant health (and what are the key gaps)?
Access to services & care
What barriers do migrants face in terms of access to quality healthcare?
How does the legal and policy landscape inform the availability of quality healthcare for migrants?
What are some regional good practices that might inform efforts to improve migrant health in Bahrain?
Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of Arabic is desirable.
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