Consultancy Development Division (CDD)
CDD Main Functions
- Search and identify consultancies for income generation on the basis of ‘home’ based pricing arrangement.
- Provide consultancy services to church and other partner institutions
- Share experiences learned from Programmes and Projects executed for CSSC Core Functions.
- Documentation and dissemination of information and best practices in collaboration with the CSSC Core Functions
- Prepare and implement its plans and budgets.
- Design and run identified income generation activities.
- Develop fundable proposals in collaboration with social sector
Programmes and Consultancy Areas
There will be three main areas of consultancy services:
- Social Economic Consultancy
- Construction Consultancy
- Management and Legal Consultancies
The CDD will implement programmes transferred to it from the Core Structure. CDD will also develop its own programmes in line with CSSC policy and receive programmes/projects concepts and/or proposals from the Core Structure
- Health Care Technical Services(HCTS)
- Revolve Drug Fund(RDF)
- Global Fund(GF)
- Social Economic Consultancy (SEC)
- Construction (Building Unit)
- Rapid Scaling up of ART Programme
- To recruit and develop staff except the position of CDD Manager
- To decide on programmes to be developed and implemented which are line with CSSC Policy, including programmes to support policy issues arising from CSSC core sectors.
- To decide on expenditures as guided by the Subsidiary Accounting Manual and Financial Regulations.
- To decide on procurements as guided by the Subsidiary Accounting Manual and Financial Regulations.
- To decide on contracted consultancies (approve consultants, consultancies, proposals and negotiable consultancy fees)
- To monitor and supervise implementation of programme work and consultancies
- To develop strategies to ensure CDD Financial, Organizational and Functional Sustainability.
Health Care Technical Support Services
Is part of the joint Churches and Government Programme for Sustainable Development in Social Services in Tanzania.
Within the joint churches and government health programme the German Government has granted a financial contribution for a setting up of integrated Zone Health Care Technical Services (ZHCTS) in Tanzania. This programme is implemented by CSSC and considers the setting up of the ZHCTS workshops throughout the country.
ZHCTS aims at improving the quality and efficiency of health care services. Regular high quality maintenance services ensure that equipment breakdowns can be reduced and equipment can be used much longer thus saving scare investment costs. HCTS provide maintenance services to all health facilites in a geographical Zone and assist the owners and operators of health facilities in equipment management.
- Kagera Medical Technical Services (KAMTES)
- Nyanza Medical Engineering Association (NMEA)
- Southern Highlands Hospital Maintenance Association (SHHOMA)
- Dar es Salaam Health Care Technical Services (DHCTS)
Each of these workshops managed by an Engineer and Technician
Revolve Drug Fund
Social Economic Consultancy
Rapid Scaling up of ART Programme