|The South African National AIDS Council (SANAC) Trust invites suitably qualified and experienced service providers to submit proposals for the refinement and improvement of two existing DHIS2|
|The Focus for Impact approach is at the heart of the National Strategic Plan for HIV, TB and STI, 2017 to 2022. This approach represents an innovative way to reduce the morbidity and mortality associated with HIV and TB and morbidity from STIs by designing and packaging appropriate interventions that target the areas with the highest disease burden and populations that are disproportionately at risk of new infection.
One of the tools used is the Focus for Impact web-application. To date, extensive progress has been made in the development of this DHIS2 based web-application. This web-application is used by decision-makers from government, donor funders and civil society to support coordination and decision-making in the response
|Closing date: Friday 23 March 2018
Interested parties are invited to a mandatory briefing session on Thursday 15 March 2018 at 10:00. This briefing will be held at the SANAC office, Hatfield Gardens, Hatfield, Pretoria.
Separate bids that include technical and financial proposals can be submitted by hard copies to SANAC, 2nd Floor, Block E, Hatfield Gardens, 333 Grosvenor Street, Hatfield, Pretoria, 0001 Attention: Ms Beullah Mthombeni or Email Address: Beullah@sanac.org.za for inquries
No email submission will be accepted.
SANAC reserves the right at any time to withdraw or alter this advertised opportunity
please click on the link below to download the bid documents:
RFP SANAC03/02/2018: The appointmet of a service provider to assist with the refinement and improvement of the existing DHIS 2 based Focus for Impact web-application into an intelligence solution
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