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Required Documents

The implementing partner will deliver the general and specific project deliverables and services described in the following Annexes to the Service Level Agreement. The SLA which is short should be accompanied by the following mandatory documents.



Project Plan


Annex A of the SLA documents is the Project Plan. This provides a short description of the project including Goals, Objectives, Outcomes, Outputs and required Inputs. The project plan should capture strategies that will be used to

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Summary and Detailed Budget


Another important part of the SLA documents IPs submit to MOHS is Annex B: Summary and Detailed Budget. The Ministry is aware that the funding agencies have put in place mechanisms

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Results Framework


One of the documents that should be submitted as part of the SLA documents is Annex C: The Results Framework. This should contain the project indicators along with their intended targets by quarter for the duration of the project.

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Implementation Arrangements


The IP is required to provide a description of the implementation arrangements including a monitoring and evaluation plan. The implementation arrangements should include description of all sub-partners that will partake in the implementation of the project.

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Reporting Requirements


The implementing partner shall submit quarterly reports to the Ministry of Health and Sanitation at the central level through the SLA Management Unit. MOHS shall send a copy of the report should be sent to the Ministry of Local

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The implementing partner shall submit quarterly reports to the Ministry of Health and Sanitation at the central level through the SLA Management Unit. MOHS shall send a copy of the report should be sent to the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development through the local council of the implementing district if implementation involves devolved health care services. The reports shall be submitted to the SLA Team addressed to the Chief Medical Officer. When submitting such reports, the IP shall always copy the funding partner to ensure that the same report is received by both parties. The Ministry of Health and Sanitation may call on the implementing partner to provide face to face reports or clarify submitted reports. One of the new requirements is that all implementing partners should include a dedicated budget line for stakeholder briefing meetings that should be held on a quarterly basis to keep the communities/beneficiaries informed of project implementation in their localities. These community engagement events should be used to solicit feedback from beneficiaries on how the health care services impact their lives overall. The SLA review process will look out to ensure that such a budget line is included in the budgets submitted as part of the SLA documents to the MOHS for review. Failure to report as agreed within the agreed timeframes constitutes a breach to this Agreement.

Submit Documents

The Implementing Partner (IP) will deliver the general and specific project deliverables and services described in the Annexes to the Service Level Agreement. The forms are to be submitted to the SLA Secretariat through the SLA email sla2015.mohs@gmail.com as part of the Implementing Partner SLA Submission.

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