- Nov. 10 - Dec. 13, 2021 | Baseline Assessment of Primary Healthcare in Satara District in Maharashtra
PATH is implementing a project to strengthen Comprehensive Primary Health Care (CPHC) in Maharashtra by creating a model district in partnership with the state government. PATH, in consensus with the state government, will take up Satara district as the unit for demonstrating the proposed project. PATH’s networks and existing presence in Maharashtra will be leveraged to undertake this project. The effort will be supported through PATH’s India team.
- Nov. 5 - Dec. 13, 2021 | Upgradation of Infrastructure of ICU/HDU/OT and MGPS with Manifold in Charitable Hospitals in Bihar, India
PATH is implementing a project on Provision of Respiratory Care Management Support to Healthcare Facilities in Bihar, India. 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 systems for long-term pandemic preparedness in charitable healthcare facilities across Bihar, India.
In order to implement the project, PATH plans to procure Civil Works for twelve healthcare facilities. It is recommended that the bidders may visit the site at their own expenses and obtain all information that may be necessary for preparing the bid. PATH shall facilitate such site visits upon request. Bidders can submit their bids for one, all, or any combination of schedules.
- Nov. 5 - Dec. 31, 2021 | Internal Audit Services
PATH invites certified public accounting and/or specialized professional services firms with experience performing audits in a global context to submit proposals for internal audit services, augmenting the services of its Internal Audit team. In addition to conducting audits, PATH’s Internal is also seeking a thought partner to advise on audit tools development as needed.
- Nov. 4 - Dec. 20, 2021 | Government Relations Firm with Expertise Related to US Global Health Policies, Funding and Programs
PATH is a leader in global health innovation. An international nonprofit organization, we save lives and improve health, especially among women and children. We accelerate innovation across five platforms—vaccines, drugs, diagnostics, devices, and system and service innovations—that harness our entrepreneurial insight, scientific and public health expertise, and passion for health equity. By mobilizing partners around the world, we take innovation to scale, working alongside countries primarily in Africa and Asia to tackle their greatest health needs. Together, we deliver measurable results that disrupt the cycle of poor health. Learn more at www.path.org. To support this work, PATH conducts congressional and agency/administration advocacy to influence US policies, positions and funding related to foreign affairs, with emphasis on programs operated by the US Agency for International Development (USAID), US Department of State, US Development Finance Corporation and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
PATH is seeking support from a government relations firm capable of bolstering PATH’s global health advocacy and lobbying activities by alerting PATH to Congressional and Administrative trends, events and initiatives; assisting PATH with identifying and facilitating engagement with critical Congressional and US government stakeholders; providing relevant policy analyses as requested; drafting communications and other content, such as letters or fact sheets; supporting Congressional appropriations asks and providing strategic guidance on advocacy planning.
- Nov. 2 - Dec. 3, 2021 | Oxygen Cylinder Manifolds and Piping Systems for Facilities in Lusaka, Zambia
"COVID-19 Respiratory Care Global Market Coordination” is a grant-aided project funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The goal is to support global efforts to reduce the COVID-19 burden and to develop long-term oxygen scale-up strategies. Through this grant, PATH is implementing the “ACT [Access to COVID-19 Tools] Accelerator Emergency Oxygen Procurement for Zambia” grant funded by Unitaid. This grant is intended to support emergency procurement and installation of oxygen equipment and infrastructure in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Under this objective, PATH seeks proposals to procure and install medical oxygen cylinder manifolds and piping at University Teaching Hospital (UTH) and Levy Mwanawasa University Teaching Hospital (LMUTH) in Lusaka, Zambia to support the provision of oxygen therapy.
- Download RFP 2021-060 for UTH (581 KB PDF)
Download Bill of Quantities and financial template for UTH (18.5 KB .xlsx)
- Download RFP 2021-060 for LMUTH (583 KB PDF)
Download Bill of Quantities and financial template for LMUTH (15 KB .xlsx)
- Download RFP 2021-060 for UTH (581 KB PDF)
- Oct. 29 - Nov. 15, 2021 | Filmmaking Agency for PATH India
PATH’s India office is working with governments and partners to strengthen health systems and build capacities for COVID-19 testing, surveillance and sequencing. To this end, PATH intends to hire a filmmaking agency to create a three-minute video to feature our work in this area. The video is envisaged to take a hybrid approach with approximately 1.5 minutes of live action footage to be shot on location and 1.5 minutes of animation created specifically for this purpose.
- Oct. 25 - Dec. 14, 2021 | Government Relations Firm with Expertise Related to US Global Health Policies, Funding, and Programs
The Global Health Technologies Coalition, housed within PATH, is a coalition of 38 organizations working to promote US policies and funding that support product development for global health. GHTC works to strengthen support for global health research and development (R&D) through congressional and agency advocacy to influence policies, positions and funding related to global health programs operated by the following agencies: the US Agency for International Development, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Institutes of Health, the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority, the Food and Drug Administration, and US Department of State, and the Department of Defense.
To support this work, GHTC is seeking support from a government relations firm capable of bolstering GHTC’s global health advocacy and lobbying activities by alerting GHTC to congressional trends, events, and legislative movements; providing relevant policy analyses as requested; drafting related content, such as letters or fact sheets; participating in internal meetings with advocacy partners; providing strategic guidance on the planning of advocacy strategies; and assisting GHTC in scheduling congressional meetings.
- Oct. 21 - Dec. 17, 2021 | MEBCI 2.0 Newborn Care Specifications
The Making Every Baby Count Initiative 2.0 (MEBCI 2.0) project has the primary goal to provide advanced care to sick and small newborns in Ghana. This project is focused on four regional-level health facilities – Ridge Hospital, Tema General Hospital, Koforidua and Sunyani Regional Hospital – where sick and small babies can receive advanced care. One of the primary objectives of MEBCI 2.0 is to improve staffing, equipment, supplies to support the provision of advanced clinical care.
Under this objective, PATH seeks to procure essential equipment and supplies on behalf of four selected hospitals to be used to care for critically ill babies and for staff to be trained on their use, to advance clinical care of small and sick newborns in Ghana.
PATH subscribes to principles of simplicity and economy in procurement operations. We strive to obtain goods and services of the requisite type and quality within the time prescribed and at the lowest practical cost. We conduct purchasing activities in a manner that provides open and free competition to the maximum extent practical. We provide equal opportunity to participate to small and disadvantaged businesses, minority-owned firms, and women’s business enterprises. For information on registering as a small business, please see the US Small Business Administration’s contracting guide.
We endeavor to perform all procurement activities in a manner that will build or maintain good donor and business relations while furthering the mission of our organization. We maintain a standard of conduct that complies with US government procurement integrity regulations, anti-terrorism regulations, and Equal Employment Opportunity legislation.