Search form

Login - Register | FOLLOW US ON

Logo of Phnom Penh Post newspaper Phnom Penh Post - Request for Applications

Request for Applications

 
The Fred Hollows Foundation is an international development organisation where we are ensuring that the vision of Fred Hollows lives on. We are working to eradicate avoidable blindness by 2020, and are committed to working with partners to bring about change that is sustainable and reaches even the most vulnerable communities. The Fred Hollows Foundation Cambodia Program has been operating since 1998, and is aimed at supporting government eye health programs throughout Cambodia.
 
The Fred Hollows Foundation Cambodia is going to engage the consultant to conduct the final evaluation of the National Refraction Training Project (NRT). NRT was established in 2008 by The Fred Hollows Foundation, Brien Holden Vision Institute and the Ministry of Health through the National Program for Eye Health with an overall goal to increase the number of trained refractionists working in the public health system throughout the period of 2013 to 2017.
 
To apply the part of this grant, The Foundation invites qualified individual applications or team to conduct this research as mentioned. The ToR is available from 14th to 28th September 2017, working hours 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, at the address below:
 
The Fred Hollows Foundation Cambodia
Room 201, Office #160, Street 71, Tonle Bassac, and Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Tel: 023 98 78 31.
Email: hpiseth@hollows.org
 
Proposal must be delivered to FHF-Cambodia by no later than 5:00 PM on September 29th, 2017.

Latest Video

Behind the scenes of Bird Monster Battle

The Post visited the Lakhon Khol Youth of Cambodia dance group as they practised at the Royal University of Fine Arts in preparation for a performance on Sunday at Beltei International University.

Senate passes amendments allowing seat redistribution

Following last week's events, when Prime Minister Hun Sen proposed redistributing the Cambodia National Rescue Party’s National Assembly seats among minor opposition parties, the controversial amendments were passed a