Requests for proposals

Request for proposal 2024-008: Prequalification of vendors/suppliers

PATH is seeking prequalification of vendors/suppliers for the PATH Ethiopia country office.

For further information, view the requirements here and here, or contact:

  • bbekele@path.org
  • jakello@path.org
Request for quotation 2024-006: Printing of vaccination cards for PATH Ethiopia country office

PATH is seeking a vendor or vendors who demonstrate capability, capacity, expertise and experience in printing vaccination cards for the Ethiopia country office.

Qualified vendors should confirm their interest by February 13th 2024.

Please view all the requirements here.

Please view the vaccination cards below:

Afan oromo
Afar
Amharic
Somali
Tigregna

Contact persons:

  • Technical/program: Kidist Mulugeta; kwondimu@path.org
  • Procurement: Jennifer Akello; jakello@path.org
Request for proposal 2024-004: Small–scale manufacturing of a prototype dual–chambered injection device (revised dates).

PATH is seeking a contract manufacturing organization to produce a small–scale run of dual–chambered injection devices that will be evaluated by the PATH product development engineering laboratory.

PATH expects that production can be non–good manufacturing practices and non–sterile for this phase of the work. The devices are based on a plastic blister design, and the production run would be for 200 devices.

Revised dates: Confirmation of interest in submitting a proposal is due February 27, 2024, and the proposal submission deadline is April 5, 2024.

For more details, please refer to the revised requirements here.

Request for applications 2024-003: MATRIX Technology Accelerator Domain 1 Seed Grants for HIV Prevention Products

This is an opportunity to apply for funding to advance research applications for the development of new primary HIV prevention approaches. For the purposes of this RFA, primary HIV prevention is defined as the inhibition of HIV transmission from an infected individual to an uninfected woman using a drug or device that prevents systemic or vaginal virus infection. Applicants from a wide range of United States, European Union, United Kingdom, Kenyan, South African, and Zimbabwean institutions are invited to apply to this request for applications sponsored by the Microbicide R&D to Advance HIV Prevention Technologies through Responsive Innovation and eXcellence (MATRIX) consortium and United States Agency for International Development.

We are seeking innovative research applications for the development of new HIV prevention drug and strategies, multipurpose prevention technologies (MPTs), and technologies that enable HIV prevention strategy development and have the potential to strengthen capacity in targeted countries. Established researchers, research consortia, students, postdoctoral fellows, and new investigators establishing laboratories and/or seeking tenure from the United States, European Union, United Kingdom, Kenya, South Africa, and Zimbabwe are encouraged to apply. Proposed research must be driven by milestones, go/no-go criteria, and timelines, and must target development of HIV prevention for one or more of the following populations: adolescent girls and young women, pregnant and breastfeeding people, and female sex workers. Applications are limited to projects with costs of US$150,000 and a duration of 18 months. PATH, a member of the MATRIX consortium, will oversee the application submission and award processes using an oversight structure that draws from US- and Africa-based administrators.

Key words: HIV prevention, multipurpose prevention technology, early phase technology, adolescent girls and young women, pregnant and breastfeeding people, female sex workers, drugs and delivery technologies

Instructions on how to apply and templates for the application are below:

Key dates

February 1, 2024: Release of request for applications

February 22, 2024 (8:00AM Pacific time): Letter of intent due

February 22, 2024 (8:00AM Pacific time): Fact-finding questions due

March 1, 2024 (8:00AM Pacific time): Responses to fact-finding questions provided to applicants

April 1, 2024 (8:00AM Pacific time): Applications due

May 15, 2024: Estimated decision notification

July 1, 2024: Estimated project start date

Note that MATRIX reserves the right to modify this schedule as needed. Parties who express interest will be notified by email of any changes.

This request for applications expires on April 2, 2024.

Request for proposal 2024-02: Develop ESIM in Vietnam

PATH is working with the Vietnam Administration of Medical Services (VAMS), a department of the Ministry of Health, to implement a project named Strengthening Oxygen Utilization and Respiratory Care Ecosystems (SOURCE).

We are seeking (an) information technology (IT) firm(s) to develop an electronic system for Health Facility Essential Indicator Monitoring (ESIM) to support VAMS in Vietnam.

The scope of work covers workstreams such as technical documents development, ESIM development, mobile app development and system transition and training.

If you can provide this service, please submit a detailed proposal and qualified profile no later than 5:30 PM on 20th February 2024, Hanoi time.

Scope of work and proposal requirements (English).

Scope of work and proposal requirements (Vietnamese).

Appel de demandes USU-RFA-01: USAID Santé Urbaine- Sous-subventions pour l'innovation dans la santé urbaine

Appel de demandes:

PATH sollicite des candidatures de diverses organisations dans le cadre du programme de sous-subventions d’USU visant à développer et tester des interventions innovantes afin d’améliorer l’accès aux soins de santé, la qualité de la prestation de soins de santé et la promotion de la santé dans les districts du projet.

Les organisations éligibles comprennent les organisations communautaires de base (OCB), les organisations confessionnelles (OC), les organisations non gouvernementales (ONG) locales, les organisations dirigées par des femmes, les organisations dirigées par des jeunes, les organisations de la société civile (OSC), les organisations de personnes vivant avec un handicap, les établissements d'enseignement supérieur et les entrepreneurs évoluant dans le domaine de la santé.

Les candidats doivent proposer des interventions qui adressent l’un des 9 thèmes clés de l’appel, selon les directives fournies pour chaque thème dans l’appel à candidature. Chaque organisation éligible doit soumettre une application complète par thème, et ne peut postuler que pour un maximum de 2 thèmes.

Les candidats doivent proposer de mettre en œuvre des solutions innovantes dans un ou plusieurs des trois districts couverts par le projet USU (Keur Massar, Guédiawaye et Yeumbeul).

Date d’émission: 23 janvier 2024

Date d’échéance du dépôt des soumissions: 3 mars 2024 à 23h59 GMT.

Période prévue pour l’exécution: 15 avril 2024 – 14 avril 2025

Plafond budgétaire de la sous-subvention: 27,500,000 FCFA par subvention

Date d’émission: 23 janvier 2024

Date d’échéance du dépôt des soumissions: 18 février 2024 à 23h59 GMT.

Période prévue pour l’exécution: 1er avril 2024 – 30 mars 2025

Plafond budgétaire de la sous-subvention: 27,500,000 FCFA par subvention

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Contact:

Toute question concernant cet appel à candidature doit être soumise par e-mail à UrbanHealth@path.org au plus tard le 21 février 2024 à 17h00. Les réponses aux questions seront envoyées par courrier électronique à tous les candidats connus au plus tard le 26 février 2024.

Les demandes de candidatures seront aussi soumises à cet email ci-dessus.

Historique:

Le programme de santé de l'USAID 2021-2026 soutient les efforts du gouvernement du Sénégal pour améliorer l'état de santé des populations sénégalaises à travers plusieurs interventions et mécanismes complémentaires. Dans ce contexte, le projet USAID Santé Urbaine (USU), porté par PATH en consortium avec AcDev, l’ASPS, et ENDA Santé, offre une opportunité pour la région de Dakar d'améliorer l'accès et l'équité en matière de soins de santé.

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PATH subscribes to principles of simplicity and economy in procurement operations. We comply with US government procurement integrity regulations, anti-terrorism regulations, and Equal Employment Opportunity legislation.