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Current Requests For Proposals

RFA #2021-001 | HIV Case Surveillance System Development in Vietnam

PATH’s Center of Digital and Data Excellence (CoDE) is working on a project funded by the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to develop, implement, use, and evaluate interoperable health information systems to achieve HIV/AIDS and TB epidemic control through improved health informatics policy, governance, workforce capacity, and systems under PEPFAR. PATH is seeking an information technology vendor(s) to develop HIV Info - CS, a case reporting system to support HIV CS in PEPFAR priority provinces in Vietnam. Confirmation of interest is due January 21, 2021 and applications are due January 28, 2021.

Download RFA 2021-001 (533 KB PDF)

RFP #2020-067 | Making Self-Injection Count: A Workshop on Contraceptive Self-Injection Data

The Access Collaborative is planning to host “Making Self-Injection Count: A workshop on family planning data availability and use” during the week of March 22-25, 2021. PATH is looking for a firm to assist in the planning and logistical organization of these virtual workshops. Confirmation of interest is due by December 10th and proposals are due by January 7th.

Subcutaneous DMPA (DMPA-SC) is a lower-dose, easy-to-use injectable contraceptive that protects against pregnancy for three months. This product is available to at least 30 Family Planning 2020 countries and is approved by regulatory agencies in nearly 60 countries worldwide, including in the European Union. In 2020, the DMPA-SC Access Collaborative in collaboration with the country governments and partners, focus shifted to self-injection scale-up goals and monitoring progress in the context of full and informed choice. A key component of this project is supporting countries to collect and apply data on self-injection uptake to strengthen availability and accessibility of self-injection across the global family planning market. A key role of the Access Collaborative is to facilitate information exchange and learning within and among priority countries and beyond. This is achieved through channels sharing results and lessons learned, encouraging and facilitating discussion, troubleshooting challenges, and accelerating the adoption of best practices through interactive virtual networks.

Download RFP #2020-067 (223 KB PDF)

RFP #2020-063 | Private sector market research: Qualitative survey of knowledge, attitude, and practice on G6PD deficiency testing among private sector providers

G6PD deficiency is the most common enzyme deficiency in the world, affecting 400 million people worldwide. The majority of G6PD deficient people live in malaria-endemic areas. While some people may go through life never having known their status, G6PD deficiency could result in severe consequences for some when they take drugs that are contraindicated for people with G6PD deficiency. To accurately understand the market opportunities for G6PD deficiency tests, PATH would like to contract a market research firm to carry out primary research in Vietnam and Indonesia to understand the knowledge, attitude, and practice of G6PD testing in the private sector. The results of this market research will provide PATH and our partners with a broader picture about opportunities for use of point of care G6PD test. The results will also be helpful for our test developers to create a comprehensive business strategy to sustain their product supply for a longer term. Confirmation of interest is due by November 18, 2020 and proposals due by December 11, 2020.

Download RFP 2020-063 (261KB PDF)

RFQ #2020-062 | Procurement of Reefer Van or Truck

PATH India is searching for a supplier who can supply a reefer refrigerated van or truck to strengthen vaccine distribution of COVID vaccines. The van or truck is to be delivered to the capital city of Patna, Bihar, India within one month of signed agreement. Specifications are included in the RFP document. Confirmation of interest is due by November 11, 2020 and proposals are due by November 11, 2020.

Download RFQ 2020-062 (213KB .doc)

RFP #2020-061 | Developing a leading-edge learning approach for global health audiences

PATH is seeking to build its capacity to better develop an approach to leading-edge, behavior changing, user driven training models that can be implemented globally for audiences ranging from national policy makers to healthcare workers. PATH is looking for an organization with expertise in learning consultation/engineering, solution architecture, instructional design, as well as copy editing and localization capabilities to help develop this type of virtual global training. Confirmation of interest is due by November 5, 2020 and proposals are due by November 11, 2020.

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RFP #2020-052 | Consultant Epidemiologist Expert

PATH is currently recruiting an epidemiologist to provide support for an upcoming PATH’s COVID-19 work in multiple states of India. This person will also be responsible for providing strategic direction for the implementation of the specific project related activities, assist the state in framing relevant research protocols related to COVID-19, guide and develop project strategy and policies. The Epidemiologist may serve as subject matter advisor for other programs and projects. The project timeline will be from November 2020 through August 2021 and located in Delhi. Confirmation of interest is due by October 20, 2020 and proposals due October 30, 2020.

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RFP #2020-047 | Development of Human Resources for Health Information System (HRHIS)

The Tanzanian Government, through the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MOHCDGEC) has formulated a Digital Health Strategy and Digital Health Investment Roadmap. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is supporting the Government by contributing funding towards implementing parts of this strategy and roadmap, through a five-year project called the Data Use Partnership (DUP), which is a Government project, administered and supported by PATH. Included within the DUP is work to implement an improved HRHIS. To address challenges, the Ministry has developed requirements for an improved HRHIS, which will track human resources for health through pre-service training, professional registration, ​employment and continuous professional development in one system.

The improved HRHIS will facilitate HRH data sharing and use, including data on how many health workers are qualified and registered​, data on where workers are employed (public and private health sector), data on health workers who are qualified but not currently employed in the health sector,​ and data on what training and continuous professional development health workers have undergone​. The Government has developed a detailed requirements document for the improved HRHIS through a series of extensive stakeholder consultations, which is attached to this Request for Proposals (RFP).

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Request for Applications #2020-07 | Small Grants Program for NCD Service Delivery Using Digital Tools

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has spread across the world with devastating results. The virus is highly transmissible, has substantial fatal outcomes in high-risk groups, and has caused huge societal and economic disruption. The highest risk for developing severe and even fatal disease is among the elderly and people with underlying Non-Communicable diseases (NCDs) such as hypertension, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, chronic respiratory disease, and cancer. These same diseases are the leading causes of death and disability globally, and account for one in every three deaths in Kenya. Alternative channels are needed for providing NCD care Persons Living with NCDs (PLWNCDs) to reduce their chances of contracting Covid-19. Several containment measures have been proposed, including full/partial lockdowns on movement. PLWNCDs have reported challenges with accessing health facilities for care and medication. Some have lost their livelihoods and therefore not able to meet the costs of their care. Transport has become more expensive as fewer people are allowed in a taxi or Public Service Vehicles (PSV) and consequent increase in passenger fares.

In this regard, PATH in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and Access Accelerated seeks to engage eligible organizations who will implement novel models for delivering care and medicines to PLWNCDs in their communities and households using digital tools and/or telemedicine interventions through a small grants program.

Download RFA #2020-07 (198 KB PDF)

Download NCD PHC summary (187 KB PDF)

Request for Proposal #2020-041 | Asset Tracker 2 Subnational Data Collection

PATH has received funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to understand programmatic implementation of nine assets in five key geographies specifically focusing on service delivery, use (both by providers and clients), and community-level demand and access.

PATH is seeking a research organization in selected countries (Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, India, Kenya, Nigeria) that has capacity to conduct qualitative and quantitative research in a collaborative manner. The selected partner will assess facility-level milestones related to policy operationalization, implementation, delivery, quality, and crude coverage of sleeted assets as described in the RFP through discussions with key stakeholders in the health system. The partner will also collect relevant data from HMIS or LMIS, parallel HIS systems for specific health programs, or surveillance data, as needed. The purpose of the in-depth interviews with health providers and facility managers is to explore their perceived role in management/care provision, typical workflow, decision-making around health service provision, and constraints and barriers to effective care of mothers and neonates with a lens on the focus assets.

Download RFP #2020-041: Asset Tracker 2 Subnational Data Collection (192KB .doc)

Request for Application #2020-038: G6PD Mobile Results Interpretation App and Engine

Plasmodium (P.) vivax is the most common species of malaria in countries close to eliminating the disease. The two commercially available drugs that can cure P. vivax are contraindicated for individuals with low levels of an enzyme called glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD). PATH and our partners have advanced a point-of-care diagnostic device to measure G6PD activity. This test device, known as the STANDARD™ G6PD Test, is manufactured by SD Biosensor (South Korea) and is now commercially available in several malaria-endemic countries. This product could be enhanced through digital connectivity to improve its use and workflow including patient data management, accurate results interpretation, quality control, and patient referral and monitoring.

The Diagnostics Program, in collaboration with Digital Square, seeks to develop a digital solution to successfully transfer and interpret data from the STANDARD G6PD Test device into a digital solution. Successful data transfer and interpretation is defined as user-friendly, accurate, and comprehensive. The digital solution would improve the test’s use and workflow and support clinical case management of malaria. PATH is requesting applications to partner with mobile health developers to develop, test, and implement solutions in a manner that will be interoperable with health systems in high-priority countries for malaria control and elimination.

Download RFA #2020-038: G6PD Mobile Results Interpretation App and Engine (526KB PDF)

Download RFA #2020-038 Initial requirements checklist (22KB .xls)

Download Q&A for RFA #2020-038 (772 KB PDF)

Supplier Prequalification | 2020-2022

PATH is a global organization that works to accelerate health equity by bringing together public institutions, businesses, social enterprises, and investors to solve the world’s most pressing health challenges. With expertise in science, health, finance, technology, advocacy, and dozens of other specialties, PATH develops and scales innovative solutions—including vaccines, drugs, devices, diagnostics, and approaches to strengthening health systems worldwide. PATH in Kenya supports local governments, US government (USG) implementing partners, and local technical experts in the design and implementation of high quality, impactful programs.

PATH Kenya Country Program invites sealed applications from eligible candidates for purposes of prequalifying suppliers for goods and services, FY 2020-2022 under the following categories:

Supplier Prequalification Document (62KB .docx)

Invitation to Tender (45KB .docx)

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