Request for Proposal #2021-048 | Selection of agency for e-training project
Under the PATH Respiratory Care Management (RCM) project, we have been focused on providing technical assistance to fast track the operationalization of Oxygen Generation or Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) plants across the country; deploying Oxygen Concentrators, and providing capacity-building support to the States on the operation and maintenance of technologies such as PSA Plants, Oxygen Concentrators and liquid medical oxygen; rational and hygienic use of oxygen, and overall management of oxygen in the ecosystem. Capacity-building measures for users across the O2 handling and management supply chain has been identified as one of the major intervention areas to ensure sustainability of the overall O2 ecosystem. To support this aspect, an e-Training project has been envisaged to rollout capacity-building and learning programs for users through an e-Training cum Learning Management System (LMS). Therefore, PATH is looking to engage with an agency who can develop the e-Training modules as per SoW given in the RFP.
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Request for Quotations #2021-042, 2021-043, 2021-044, 2021-045 | Strengthening non-governmental healthcare facilities in Bihar for COVID-19 treatment and care
PATH India is implementing a Project “Improving Access to Medical Oxygen in Charitable Healthcare Facilities in Bihar.” The purpose of the Project is to strengthen non-governmental healthcare facilities in Bihar for COVID-19 treatment and care. The Project aims to improve reliable access to medical oxygen and strengthen respiratory care system in the long-term for pandemic preparedness in charitable healthcare facilities across Bihar.
PATH is releasing four separate RFQs with each one containing a unique schedule of items (medical equipment/furniture). Bidders are invited to submit proposals for any or all RFQs and for any or all the schedules of items specified within each RFQ.
Request for Proposal #2021-031 | A Regional Workshop on Contraceptive Self-Injection
The Access Collaborative is planning to host a 2-day workshop during one of the following weeks February 14th, March 7th, or March 14th, from approximately 8AM ET to 1PM ET (5 hours) each day. Exact workshop session times are to be determined, but they will be scheduled to accommodate a global audience. This virtual convening aims to spotlight self-injection with DMPA-SC in order to catalyze discussion and learning, not only for this contraceptive option, but for broader family planning and self-care initiatives. The workshop is intended for family planning program managers and individuals actively involved in self-injection introduction and scale-up. Invitations will be extended to individuals in over 40 countries. We expect to have simultaneous English and French interpretation and the meeting will operate fully in two languages.
PATH would like to hire an organization to assist in the planning and logistical organization of the virtual workshop. Key components will include user-centered design support to ensure interactive presentation, logistical, operational, and administrative support.
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