- Request for Information | PMI Insights for Malaria Program: Opportunity for interested Senegal-based organizations to partner with PATH
This RFI is issued for the purpose of offering the opportunity for interested Senegal-based organizations to partner with PATH to develop and implement a potential research opportunity. Therefore, this RFI serves to seek interested parties to provide recommendations and express interest in implementing a proposed scope of work to study care-seeking and case management of malaria. Specifically, requested activities could include, but are not limited to: contributing to the development of the research protocol, conducting mixed methods data collection in communities and health facilities; hiring, training, and supervising field teams to carry out qualitative data collection and quantitative data collection; data analysis; and dissemination. The above scope of work is envisioned to take place in three districts within Dakar, Central, and Southeastern regions of Senegal.
Clarifying questions on this opportunity can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 29, 2022, at 5 p.m. (EDT).
- Request for Proposals #2022-021 | Advocacy, Communications, and Engagement Campaign for Health Equity
In support of PATH 2025, our institutional strategy launched in 2021, we have established a cross-PATH advocacy, communications, and engagement (ACE) strategy. This strategy is led by the External Affairs Division but includes advocacy and communications experts across the organization as well as internal stakeholders with subject matter expertise. This strategy includes four impact objectives, goals that reflect the highest impact opportunities for our function to support the goals of the PATH strategy.
To achieve concrete outcomes related to these objectives, we held internal workshops to determine where we should focus our resources and capabilities. For each issue identified, we must surface evidence and expertise within and outside of PATH, shape a point of view, and use that point of view to develop messaging and activities that meaningfully contribute to the sector conversation and influence key decision-makers and stakeholders. We are seeking a consultant to support this process end-to-end, building our knowledge bank on key global health and development sector issues, facilitating discussions to shape perspectives and create alignment at PATH, and then to elevate that point of view via multi-channel campaigns, media relations strategies, network mapping and engagement strategies.
In this RFP we are giving preference to consultants based in the Africa region with networks beyond the continent.
Deadline for proposal submissions: 15 May 2022
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- Request for Proposals #2022-016 | Design, Engineering, Supply, Installation, Commissioning, Operation & Maintenance of 200 KW (DC) Roof Top Solar Photovoltaic Hybrid Power Plant at Govt. Children Hospital Gundlupet, Karnataka on Turnkey Basis
The purpose of this project is to solarize the PSA Oxygen Generation Plant installed at Govt. Children Hospital, Gundlupet, Karnataka, so as to reduce the electrical consumption and run PSA Oxygen Generation Plant on power backup in the absence of electricity. PATH invites proposals from reputed firms registered and authorized to work in India for design, engineering, supply, installation, commissioning, operation & maintenance of 200 KW (DC) Roof-Top Solar Photovoltaic (SPV) Hybrid Power Plant at Govt. Children Hospital, Gundlupet, Karnataka as per Appendix A: Scope of Work.
Deadline for proposal submissions: 27 April 2022 up to 15:00
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