Project Title

Performance Assessment of Mental Health Rehabilitation to Combat the 4th Wave of COVID-19 

Project Year

2020   

Project Number

HWG 04 2020A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

HWG 04 2020A 

Project Title

Performance Assessment of Mental Health Rehabilitation to Combat the 4th Wave of COVID-19 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Human Security 

Project Year

2020 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

26,250 

Co-funding Amount

Total Project Value

26,250 

Sponsoring Forum

Health Working Group (HWG) 

Topics

Health 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Thailand 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Australia; Chile; China; Hong Kong, China; Japan; Malaysia; Mexico; Russia; Chinese Taipei 

Expected Start Date

01/09/2021 

Expected Completion Date

30/06/2022 

Project Proponent Name 1

Terdsak Detkong 

Job Title 1

Dr / Director, Office of International Affairs 

Organization 1

Department of Mental Health, Ministry of Public Health 

Postal Address 1

Not Applicable 

Telephone 1

(66-2) 5908026; 8031 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

drterd@yahoo.com; dmh.imhc3@gmail.com 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Terdsak Detkong 

Project Summary

COVID-19 puts significant psychological and social stress on individuals, families and communities. Therefore, mental health crisis must be at the front and center of every economy’s response to and recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. When analyzing the nature of a pandemic, the Health Footprint of the COVID-19 pandemic, could be divided into 4 waves: 1st wave: Immediate mortality and morbidity of COVID-19, 2nd wave: Impact of resources restriction on urgent non-COVID-19 conditions, 3rd wave: Impact of Interrupted care of chronic conditions and 4th wave: Psychic trauma, Mental illness, Economic injury, Burnout. The mental health and well-being of societies severely impacted by this crisis must be prioritized urgently through cooperation of all sectors in every health area in preparation for the 4th wave under the ‘Mental Health Rehabilitation to Combat 4th Wave of COVID-19 Program’. The APEC economies have been inevitably impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, leading to increases in mental health illness. The project aims to increase resilience of all economies by increasing mental capacity of individual, family, and community levels. It will provide 4 elements of research assessment (1. context, 2. Inputs, 3. process and 4. outcomes) and recommendations through the resilience programme for health workforce in community mental health, which will derive from the research component of the project. The workshop component of the project will provide an opportunity for all economies to exchange experiences and share lessons learned and the outcomes of interventions implemented in their own economies. It is expected that the outcomes of the project could lead to the development of an APEC guideline in dealing with mental health during pandemics and public health-related events in the future.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: Due to the alarming levels of spread and severity of the COVID-19, and the worrying levels of inaction in many parts of the world, on March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced that the COVID-19 could be characterized as a pandemic. When analyzing the nature of the outbreak according to the Health Footprint (UPWELL Health Collection, Home Health: Melbourne, Australia) of the COVID-19, it can be divided into 4 waves: 1st wave: Immediate mortality and morbidity of COVID-19, 2nd wave: Impact of resources restriction on urgent non-COVID-19 conditions, 3rd wave: Impact of Interrupted care of chronic conditions and 4th wave: Psychic trauma, Mental illness, Economic injury, Burnout. Although all those waves assert impacts on both physical and mental conditions, the 4th wave has the most impact on mental health illness, including among health personnel. The COVID-19 crisis is not only a physical health crisis, but it also has the seeds of a major mental health crisis, if action is not taken. The long-term pandemic will likely affect the economy, contributing greatly to stress, anxiety, mental health problems and illnesses with psychiatric disorders. The mental health and well-being of whole societies have been severely impacted by this crisis and must be prioritized urgently through cooperation of all sectors in every health area in preparation for the 4th wave under the Mental Health Rehabilitation to Combat 4th Wave of COVID-19 Program. This crisis put significant psychological and social stress on individuals, families and communities. Therefore, mental health crisis must be at the front and center of every economy’s response to and recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

One of the components in the Mental Health Rehabilitation to Combat 4th Wave of COVID-19 Program is the resilience programme, which will be used to enhance the emotional and psychological capacity of individuals, families, communities to recover after experiencing a crisis or difficult situation in life. Resilience is comprised of capacity in 3 areas: enduring, resolving, and fighting with problems, which can help protect people from various mental health conditions, such as depression and anxiety. It also helps offset factors that could increase the risk of mental health conditions. To measure resilience during COVID-19 pandemic, we conduct some studies, including an epidemiological study about resilience during tough times, and design a test to measure resilience. We also found a correlation between resilience and specific mental health problem for example stress, burnout, suicide, and depression. Resilience will be a protective factor for the population. The project is intended to provide 4 elements of research assessment (1. context, 2. Input, 3. process, and 4. outcome) and recommendations for developing the resilience programme for health workforce working in community mental health , which will derive from the research component of the project on strength resilience in all people, individuals, families and communities. The workshop component of the project will provide an opportunity for all economies to exchange experiences and share lessons learned and the outcomes of the intervention implemented in their own economies. It is expected that the project could lead to the development of a guideline for all economies in dealing with mental health during pandemics and other health threats in the future.

The project complements and concretizes the United Nations’ efforts in urging the use of a whole-of-society approach to promote, protect and care for mental health as recommended in the UN’s Policy Brief: COVID-19 and the Need for Action on mental health. The project address at least 2 of the 3 recommended actions: (1) supporting recovery from COVID-19 by building mental health services for the future and (2) applying a whole-of-society approach to promote, protect and care for mental health, particularly the latter where the project aims to increase mental capacity at the individual, family, and community levels to strengthen mental immunity. It links to developing innovation for Health Security from Pandemic Influenza of the funding priority areas covered by the ASF Sub-Fund on Human Security. 

Relevance – Eligibility and Fund Priorities: The purpose of this project is to reduce impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health of people in APEC member economies, particularly developing economies, and to increase mental health capacity at the individual, family, and community levels so as to support mental immunity. This project supports capacity building needs for APEC developing economies through developing innovation for health security. It falls under the funding priority areas for the ASF Sub-Fund on Human Security on ‘Health Security, including Avian and Pandemic Influenza, and HIV/AIDS’. 

Relevance – Capacity Building: The COVID-19 pandemic has people’s life all over the world. All health system leaders are seeking the best solution to reduce its impacts. Mental health issues have become more challenging in this crisis. As approaches to maintain people’ mental well-being varies from economy to economy, it is therefore crucial to learn and discuss what have been done so far, what works for the economies and what doesn’t.

This project provides a great opportunity for APEC economies to build capacity through exchange of experiences and sharing  of lessons learned, and intervention implemented in their own economies’ context to manage mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic. The project allows the participants to learn from other economies’ experiences and the results from the research work of this project.   It is expected that the project could lead to the development of a guideline for all economies in dealing with mental health during pandemics and other health-related events in the future.

Objectives

The overall objective of this project is to increase quality of mental health services, particularly mental health rehabilitation to combat the 4th wave (stress, depression, suicide and burnout) in APEC economies, by bringing together mental health experts, practitioners, policymakers and other relevant stakeholders to:

1. share research results derived from the assessment of the resilience programme and recommendations to decrease mental health issues;

2. build the capacity of new collaborations and enhance existing partnerships to address the APEC-wide issues of mental health rehabilitation due to COVID-19;

3. establish further linkages between APEC’s work with other regional health priorities, such as the threat of infectious diseases, to strengthen mental health practices and policies relating to mental health services, including promotion, prevention, care and rehabilitation.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC: This program supports key areas of the implementation of the Healthy Asia Pacific 2020 Roadmap, focusing on the effective implementation and management of networks of mental health contribute to the reduction of the impact of mental health from the COVID-19 pandemic. This project resonates with Health Working Group’s objectives in supporting healthy populations across the life-course, including the prevention and control of non-communicable diseases and strengthening health systems to improve accessibility, sustainability and quality of health care and this project developing innovation for health security from pandemic of the funding priority areas covered by the ASF Sub-Fund on Human Security: Health Security, including Avian and Pandemic Influenza, and HIV/AIDS.

Alignment – Forum: This project aligns with the objectives of Health Working Group and supports the goal of the Healthy Asia 2020 Roadmap Initiative to build sustainable health systems and provide continuous health management and early diagnosis/treatment by applying digital health information to promote integrated people-centre health services and holistic approaches to healthcare. It also relates to key factors of the Healthy Asia Pacific 2020 Roadmap in (1) Prevention, control and awareness (2) Innovation and (3) Inter-sectoral and cross-border collaboration, lead to working in close collaboration with all stakeholders and public health officials both across the APEC region and worldwide. Furthermore, the project supports the determination of APEC Health Working Group which stresses the importance of working with established mechanisms, such as the World Health Organization’s International Health Regulations (2005), which play a key role in supporting the global response.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

1) Research Work and Evaluation Results Document: A qualitative study for specific target group (vulnerable groups to mental health problems) who attend the resilience program will be done.

Scope of research:

1. Population: 400 Thai people recruited to attend the resilience programme.

2. The sampling size was selected the specific group 400

3. Duration:   4 months (August- November 2021)

4. Study area:  4 regions of Thailand by using the resilience programme in specific groups of vulnerable groups who have impacted by the economy and the healthcare workforce, including the problematic and protective factors.

Development and implementation of the Programme: The Department of Mental Health of Thailand has developed resilience programme to enable people affected by the COVID-19 pandemic to access and learn concepts, methods, and skills in enhancing "resilience", which has been integrated with government assistance from various organizations, including interested parties and the general public. Those who are interested can learn at their own pace through a variety of learning channels. This programme is based on community resilience using concept of psychological first aid “Safe, Clam, Hope and Care” and resilience (the Mental Empowerment in Enduring, Resolving, and Fighting). The program lasts only about 3 hours and consists of 6 lessons, starting with learning the experiences of others through media to bring out their abilities and potential. These lessons will help learners to have peace of mind, to endure hardships, to create encouragement from relationships with important people in life, to have options for solving problems that are suitable for themselves.

The target group of the programme will be target population in the community. This programme will be implemented by mental health network (government organization and non-governmental organizations. Assessment of the programme will be output assessment (satisfaction, psychological problem) It takes one month to operate which the PO will use this assessment to assess the success of the program. Which consists of the following steps: Review literature (Research assessment), develop semi-structured questionnaire to assess The Resilience Programme, data collection in the population around the community of Thailand (In-depth Interview the specific group sample size = 400), content analysis, descriptive results and summary and discussion of research recommendations. The result of Assessment of the programme is evaluation result document. The summary of the research work will be included in the Workshop Report.

2) Workshop: It is expected that the workshop will be held online. The PO will present the research results and recommendations derived from the research work to APEC member economies, which will be an analytical inputs to the workshop. It is opportunity to exchange the implementation on mental health issue and key success factors in own economies. 

The workshop will be held on 16-17 February 2022 (tentatively). Target participants will be health workforce who practices in community mental health and mental health leaders. Hence, this online workshop will invite 2 participants from each economy (1 health workforce, 1 mental health leader). Experts will be invite from co-sponsoring economies and World Health Organization, who have expertise in mental health, especially community mental health work.

Outline agenda of workshop

Day 1:

a) Overview Mental Health impact during COVID-19
b) Role of Resilience as protective factor
c) Principle and element of resilience
d) Level of resilience (individual, family, and community

Day 2:

a) Role of leader and community volunteer
b) Process and tool
c) Monitoring and Evaluation

Q&A Post-workshop: An event evaluation survey will be conducted online.

Output of workshop: Survey results

3) The Workshop Report: The summary of the research work will be included in the Workshop Report which consist of 3 parts: (1) Review and situational analysis. The summary of the research work will be  included in the Workshop Report. (2) Detail of workshop (programme, tools, and Instruction manual, and (3) Post program evaluation. The length of this report is approximately 100 pages. A hired contractor will produce this Report. The final decisions will be made by the PO who will verify the content. Both the PO and the research assistant will be hired to proofread the English language of the Workshop Report.

Outcomes:

1. The participant of the workshop, will be equipped with a better knowledge on mental health rehabilitation after the 4th wave, leading to a network formation among APEC economies to enhance collaboration on future mental health issues with the aim of improving mental health in of people after the COVID-19 pandemic.

2. The participants who attend the workshop will apply the resilience program in their economies context.

3. It is also anticipated that this network of collaboration could lead to (1) improved practices in mental health services in the APEC economies (2) better mental health policy and planning process of mental health preparedness and response during public health emergency events and (3) development of a APEC guideline for dealing with mental health during pandemics and other public health emergency events.

Beneficiaries: The direct project participants and users of the outputs are:

(1) Health workforce who practice in community mental health area. They will learn how to achieve the best results from mental health programmes from various contexts through the research results, sharing experiences and exchanging lesson learned of how to deal with mental health crisis in their own economies.

(2) Mental health system leaders, health executives and policymakers who have experiences in mental health policy. They will have a better understanding  of concepts and strategies to set health policy and plan process for mental health preparedness and response during pandemics and public health emergency events.

These two main groups of direct project participants are those involved at least domestically in mental health services. The health workforce include physicians, nurses, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, mental health workers who have an experience working in mental health services. The mental health system leaders, health executives and policymakers must be at least Director-level who oversee health policy planning at either regional or central government health agencies. These participants will benefits from the project as they will be able to influence changes both in policy development and practices in their economies. The participants must have competent English communication skills to participate in the workshop to fully contribute to the project. The indirect beneficiaries of the project are interested academia, including health workforce and service recipients (patients) of those who participate the project.

Dissemination

The project will produce in 2 versions of final publications: e-book and infographic material. The publications will be the Workshop Report, which can be accessed online on the APEC Publications section of the website. The target audience of the project are health professionals and health practitioner, mental health system leaders, health executives, policymakers, researchers including the public who interest in dealing with mental health issues after pandemic or public health emergencies events. There is no intention to sell outputs arising from this project, rather only to increase awareness among economies in mental health issues as a result of pandemics and to encourage economies to enhance their existing partnerships that will help improve mental health services and promote mental wellness across the region.

The PO plans to disseminate the e-book and infographic material by providing a link to these materials on the Thai Ministry of Public Health’s website and Department of Mental Health of Thailand’s website.


Gender

Women are encouraged to participate in all activities of the project. This project will make efforts to provide balanced opportunities for men and women. The targets for female participants and female speakers are both at 50%. The project addresses the pillar of  “Skills, Capacity Building, Health of the Gender Criteria” as stated in Appendix G of the Guidebook on APEC Projects  The knowledge, skills and capacity building of mental health could be strengthened and empowered women. As APEC has recognized the COVID 19 had “disproportionate economic and social impacts on women and girls”, this project will take into consideration gender perspective in both survey and workshop components.

The PO is committed to collect sex-disaggregated data for all speakers and participants (and not only the APEC funded) from the project event. This data will be included as part of the submission of the Completion Report to the Secretariat when the project completes and will serve to guide future POs on their own gender parity targets.

Work Plan


Time

Tasks

Deliverables

September 2021

Contracting process for Direct Labor

Direct Labor contract

September 2021

Working group meeting for research design:

Set research objectives, methods, tools, monitoring and evaluation mechanism.

Develop research proposal for ethical consideration

Submit documents for ethical consideration

1.Research proposal

2.Tools for assessing resilience program

October 2021

Development and implementation of the Resilience Programme

the Resilience Programme

November 2021

 A qualitative study for specific target group (vulnerable groups to mental health problems) and Assessment of the resilience programme.

1. Results of the qualitative study

2. Report of results of research and recommendations

January 2022

Workshop Preparation: Discuss and finalize General Information Circular (agenda) to be circulated to other economies 2 months prior to the Workshop

General Information Circular

February 2022

Workshop: Approximately 40 government officials, experts, and stakeholders from APEC member economies are expected to participate

Workshop Report

March 2022

Post-Workshop Survey:

Send online event evaluation survey to participants to fill out

Collate response from event evaluation survey and analyse results

Submit Event Attendance List to APEC Secretariat

1. Event evaluation survey and its results

2. Event Attendance List

April 2022

APEC Project Monitoring Report Development and Submission

APEC Project Monitoring Report

April 2022

Drafting the Workshop Report

First draft Workshop Report

May 2022

Project finalization: The PO and his team will meet with contractors to finalize project completion report

Final version of Workshop Report

1 May 2022

Submission of the Workshop Report to the Secretariat - Publications from the Workshop

1. E-book on strengthening mental health resilience

2. Infographic material

August 2022

Submission of the APEC Project Completion Report and supporting documents to the Secretariat

APEC Project Completion Report

June 2023

Participate in the Long-Term Evaluation of APEC Projects survey conducted by the Secretariat

Risks

Risk 1: Lack of economy member engagement and cooperation in the workshop

Solution: The PO will plan to encourage an active engagement of as many economies as possible. Co-sponsoring economies will be contacted in advance to request for their participations as speakers. The plan will be discussed among the organizing team.

Risk 2: The support funding may not be able to keep up with the implementation plan.

Solution: The project must set budget and implementation plan as concise as possible and modify an activity to virtual event.

Risk 3: The political situation may effect on implementation plan such as collecting data in community, meeting populations or organizations.

Solution: To avoid possible disruption to the implementation of project, we are planning to utilize online platforms for some parts of the work such as data collection.

Monitoring and Evaluation

Evaluation Focus

Indicators

Target Goals

Evaluation Method

Reporting

Output

Research Work and Evaluation Results Document

Result of the resilience programme

December 2021

Submission to the Secretariat

Research Work Report

Set of Intervention

December 2021

Submission to the Secretariat

Research Work Report

Evaluation result document

December 2021

Submission to the Secretariat

Research Work Report

Workshop Preparation

Content developed

and deployed

January 2022

Certification

by PO

Email to the Secretariat

Workshop

Number of experts engaged

5

Event Attendance List

Workshop Report

Number of attending economies

14

Event Attendance List

Workshop Report

% of participating men/women

50/50

Event Attendance List

Workshop Report

Content developed and deployed

March 2022

Certification by PO

Workshop Report

Workshop Report

Number of pages

100

Certification by PO

Email to the Secretariat

Submission to the Secretariat

June 2022

Submission to the Secretariat

Email to the Secretariat

Outcomes

Participant knowledge of mental health resilience and rehabilitation

% of participants reporting knowledge increase

75%

Ex-ante and ex-post evaluations

Workshop Report

% of developing APEC economies reporting knowledge increase

25%

Ex-ante and ex-post evaluations

Workshop Report

% of women reporting knowledge increase

33%

Ex-ante and ex-post evaluations

Workshop Report

Applying the resilience program in APEC economies context

A.    

Number of applying economies

3

List of APEC economies

Workshop Report

Number of recommendations made

5

Included in the Workshop Report

Report to Working Group


Linkages

This project engages APEC’s aspirational vision to strengthen mental health and reduce the economic impact of mental illness in the Asia-Pacific region and APEC Digital Hub for Mental Health Digital’s priority area on ‘disaster resilience and trauma’. For engagement, this project will invite representatives from each economy to participant in the workshop of the project. Each economy will have an opportunity to exchange views and share their experiences in mental health-related intervention being implemented in their own economies. Furthermore, this project will serve as a platform for collaboration between HWG and LSIF for strive to continue strengthening and deepening pragmatic collaboration in the fields of: pandemic preparedness, response, and recovery; prevention and control of emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases; non-communicable disease, including mental health; health issues across the life-course, including healthy ageing; antimicrobial resistance; rare diseases; and, other issues at the nexus of health and the economy. Especially, research and innovation as well as encourage both APEC and non-APEC stakeholders to connect and engage among one another for further collaboration not only in mental health but also other relevant areas and with other stakeholders such as ASEAN and WHO.

This project could help strengthen existing collaboration/partnership among mental health experts and stakeholders from government, academia  and private sector previously established as a result of past projects that promoted the work by the APEC Digital Hub for Mental Health, such as LSIF 01 2018S and LSIF 05 2019S and CT 13 2017A. These projects encouraged economies to increase awareness and helped share knowledge about mental health. Our project will also indirectly support the past effort done in project HWG 02 2018S that encouraged a creation of network to enhance capacity in infectious disease control and public heath emergencies. Our project will focus mainly on how to increase mental health resilience for people and communities across APEC region to cope with mental health issues arising as a results of pandemics and public health emergency events.

Sustainability

This project recognizes the importance of sustainability to its work to ensure future actions for strengthening mental health systems. After project completion, there are the possible next steps to build on its outputs and outcomes. The Workshop Report will be disseminated to relevant stakeholders and beneficiaries for future recall and reference on the APEC website and/or via emails. All economies are encouraged to utilize the knowledge and information they have gained in the workshop to influence decision-makers in their respective economies. This project will also offer to support the beneficiaries with tools to implement mental health rehabilitation to combat the COVID-19 through conducting mental health training as requested by economies. This is to ensure that APEC economies will be able to apply knowledge and experiences to their mental health management program in their own economies. Furthermore, a creation of a cooperative network among interested economies is encouraged to maintain results or outcomes of the projects for improving mental health emergency preparedness, surveillance, response and recovery systems for public health emergencies during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Project Overseers

The Department of Mental Health, Ministry of Public Health of Thailand, will manage the project. The project team comprises of officials from relevant stakeholders within the department involved in the preparation and implementation of the project which include:(1) Office of International Affairs is the main to push stakeholders within the department to manage the project. There are expertise and experience of international mental health project. e.g., host of community mental health training and development collaboration between Department of Mental Health, Thailand, (2) Bureau of Mental Health Academics Affairs which for academic project and activity. e.g., training of mental health general practice, mental health research and mental health survey during COVID-19 while, they response for mental health epidemiology: survey and qualitative research and mental health academic work, (3) Bureau of Mental Health Strategy and Planning is the main organization for managing national mental health policies and strategies, acting as a data analyst to provide policy recommendation, (4) Bureau of Mental Health Service Administration acting for propellant national mental health and psychiatric service system and response for making project to improve mental health services such as project to decrease mental health gap and (5) Division of Mental Health Promotion and Development which has expertise of mental health promotion especially for community setting.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Speakers will come from non-governmental organizations that will be invited to help provide advice and recommendation, share experience in the workshop.

The contractor will provide event logistics services and provision of equipment, including, but not limited to, registration of participants, provision of event materials, continuous informational support for participants, event management platform (virtual meeting package) and audio-visual equipment necessary for the online workshop such as speaker system, microphones, earphones, projector screen, and computers for running the workshop. The services and equipment will be discussed in detail between the PO and the contractor.

The Workshop will be conducted via an online meeting platform. The PO would need to hire a Contractor for research work and in managing the virtual workshop between July 2021 – June 2022. The PO will be assisted by his team and the Contractor in participant registration, speakers’ papers and workshop document collection, managing all administrative, logistical and technical issues associated with the workshop. The project requires one full-time research assistant who will be contracted to support the PO and carry out research work component of the project, be rapporteurs in the workshop and write reports. The research assistant’s roles will also include assisting the PO in ensuring the smooth running of the project and the needs of all participants are appropriately met.

An expert will be hired to assist with proofreading the Workshop Report. The length of the Workshop Report is not more than 100 pages and may require approximately 25 hours (4 pages per hour). Details of the tasks for the Contractor are listed in the table below.

No.

Scope of Work

Unit (Hour)

1.     

Helping PO for research design:

Set research objectives, methods, tools, monitoring and evaluation mechanism.

Assist the PO in developing research proposal 

Prepare documents for ethical consideration

154

 154 hours are calculated based on 7 hours per day, for 22 working days.

2.     

Helping PO for development and implementation of the Resilience Programme:

Review the documents and research related to the Resilience Programme

Assist the PO in building the Resilience Programme and in checking the quality of the Programme

Make improvement to the Programme as necessary

154

3.     

Helping PO for a qualitative study (data collection and analysis):

Interview the sample

Distribute and analyse the data by means of statistics

154

4.     

Helping PO for assessment of the Resilience Programme:

Prepare Programme assessment documents

Coordinate with participants in the Programme

Summarise program evaluation results

154

5.     

Preparing of the online Workshop:

Design the agenda with the PO

Send the Invitation letter to speakers and participants 

Work with the contractor in participant registration and in coordinating with speakers and participants 

Create a list of participants

Work with the contractor for the preparation of workshop documents and materials

308

 308 hours are calculated based on 7 hours per day, for 44 working days.

6.     

Managing the workshop and post workshop tasks:

Prepare annotated agenda/speaking points for the PO, as appropriate

Prepare workshop technical test

Work with the contractor in providing informational support to the participants 

Create online event evaluation survey

Send online event evaluation survey to participants 

Collate responses from event evaluation survey and analyse results

Perform other tasks related to the workshop 

168

168 hours are calculated based on 7 hours per day, for 24 working days.

7.     

Assisting PO to prepare and write the report (100 pages):

Prepare data related to research work, the evaluation results and workshop

Assist the PO in writing the Completion Report

Proofread the Completion Report before sending it for the PO’s approval

231 

231 hours are calculated based on 7 hours per day, for 33 working days.

Total Hours

1,323

All final decisions will be made by the PO. The PO will remain in close contact with the APEC Secretariat for advice on contracting direct labour items and ensure the procurement principles are closely followed. 


Waivers

Not Applicable.

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