- Request for Proposals #2022-005 | Enhancing Digital Solutions to Support HPV Vaccination and Related Cancers Detection and Treatment in Rwanda – Phase One
The Government of Rwanda envisions the use of a single, comprehensive electronic medical record (EMR) across all public primary health care facilities. Several systems are currently in place, and it is envisioned that soon the disease-specific digital systems will be phased out and the country can adopt and scale up the single, comprehensive EMR that is under development.
PATH and RBC seek to partner with a software development organization to support the development, strengthening, and integration of existing digital systems to optimize data generation, flow, and use.
Deadline: February 8, 2022
- Request for Proposals #2022-003 | Upgrade of infrastructure of ICU/HDU/OT and MGPS with manifold in charitable hospitals in Bihar, India (Re-bidding)
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.
Deadline: 11:59:59 p.m. (PST) on January 22, 2022
- Request for Quotation #2022-001 | ECDAN Global Childcare Campaign: Develop campaign advocacy and communications assets
The Early Childhood Development Action Network (ECDAN) is a global network that provides a multisectoral and multi-stakeholder platform to connect and bring together diverse key partners and their networks to advocate for higher prioritization and investment in inclusive quality services; facilitate knowledge exchange and learning; and connect and align global and regional partners across sectors to drive collective action at scale for all young children to ensure their optimal development, wellbeing, and realize their full potential. ECDAN has been hosted by PATH since January 2021.
As part of the global childcare campaign ECDAN will support global communication and advocacy efforts, in addition to targeted campaigns in select countries that seek to influence policymakers and mobilize local advocates and civil society organizations. We will also seek to align global movements and partners to help elevate childcare as a global childhood development and gender equality priority.
ECDAN seeks a communications partner to support the development of key campaign assets including key messages for our target audiences, a campaign visual identity and other campaign assets including identifying appropriate mediums, messengers and monitoring.
Deadline for letter of intent: January 18
- Request for Information | Capacity Building Opportunity Assessment for Diagnostic Companies in LMICs
PATH aims to strengthen the diagnostic market in low-middle income countries (LMICs) through supporting opportunities to increase local supply security and mitigating pain points of local diagnostic companies in their ability to supply diagnostic products reliably and sustainably in LMICs. The objective of this Request for Information (RFI) is to gather information on diagnostic companies’ business objectives, product portfolios, pain points, and growth aspirations in order to identify opportunities for technical support, explore capacity building investments, and help broker financial assistance where needed. PATH invites all interested parties to submit a response to this RFI via the Smartsheet form linked here. Should you have any issues accessing the RFI via Smartsheet form or any further questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
Deadline: 11:59:59 p.m. (ET) on January 14, 2022
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