BANGLADESH, 2012. Rahul Debnath, 15 months old, with his mother Shudhangshu Debnath, in Bhabanipur village, Jagannathpur Upazila in Sunamganj on 30 May 2012. Rahul was disgnosed and treated for pneumonia with help from health workers trained under the UNICEF supported Integrated Maternal, Neonatal and Child Survival nterventions, MNCS Programme, which saved his life. © UNICEF/BANA2012-00693/AHSAN KHAN

UNICEF seeks assistance from a consultant or from a consultancy company to coordinate, manage and implement a project that aims to increase access to innovative medical devices for Maternal Newborn and Child Health, with a specific focus on innovative devices for Pneumonia Diagnosis.

The consultant/consultancy company will assist with review of frameworks, formulating models and processes and development of Target Product Profiles (TPPs). He/she will use specialized technical knowledge, to establish operational standards, to conduct a TPP and to facilitate field tests of innovative new/improved products.

Duration: Consultancy is on-site in Copenhagen for a duration of 6 months, however possibility of completing some of the deliverables off-site can be reviewed following the proposal by the consultant. Assignment may involve travels to the field.

Location: Supply Division, Copenhagen, Denmark

Please send detailed CV/resume, cover letter and completed United Nations Personal History Form (P11) in English, quoting “Medical Device and Diagnostics Innovation Coordinator” to epaduch(at) by Sunday 17Nov 2013.

Further queries can be directed to epaduch(at)

For more details on the Terms of Reference, click here