Resources

One of the intentions of this page is to collate information from the various service providers in the implementation of the National Strategic Plan 2012 – 2016. In the resources page, you will find a range of documents which range from SANAC’s own programme-related documents to the national Department of Health’s guidelines for HIV Counselling and Testing (HCT) and various government departments’ plans, programmes and strategies relating to the National Strategic Plan as well as research documents.   

RFP SANAC 12/01/2018:THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR CHANGE COMMUNICATIONS STRATEGY

SANAC is seeking proposals for the development of a 360-degree Communications Strategy.

The aim of this proposed communication strategy is to accelerate the reduction of new HIV infections through taking to scale strategic communication interventions that address the social and behavioural drivers of the epidemic.

Particular emphasis will be placed on the objectives contained in the NSP 2017 – 2022 goals:

Accelerate prevention to reduce new HIV, TB and STI infections;

Reduce morbidity and mortality by providing treatment, care and adherence support for all. T
This is a core responsibility of the Department of Health and they embarked on the Phila campaign, using creative and innovative ways to reduce the quadruple burden of disease.

This communication strategy will only support the core campaign messages of Phila to ensure that there is no duplication of campaigns;

Address underlying Social and Structural Drivers of HIV, TB and STIs through an integrated multi-sector approach; and linking it with existing programmes such as Yolo and Family Matters of the Department of Social Development.

Reach all key and vulnerable populations with customised and targeted interventions;
Protect human rights, increase access to justice and reduce stigma and discrimination;
Promote leadership and accountability for sustainable response to HIV, TB and STIs.

The SBCC strategy must scale up strategic communication interventions in support of a combination HIV and TB prevention response through addressing ideational factors (knowledge, attitudes, norms, values etc.) that in turn will impact on structural, social and behavioural outcomes. The strategy should ensure that all age groups are included with particular emphasis on youth.

SANAC hopes to leverage and celebrate significant milestones and build momentum leading up to mid- term milestone in 2019.

Interested bidders must complete the bid document and submit proposal before the closing date and time
20 December 2018 @ 11:00 am and address the bid document to the Procurement Officer:

Submission By hand delivery to SANAC Trust office

For inquries please direct it to beullah@sanac.org.za

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Notice to bidders: Internal Audit & External Audit Tender

SANAC Trust wishes to clarify the following regarding the specification for Internal Audit and External
Audit Tenders advertised on the SANAC Trust Website.

The bidders should take note of the following information when compilint their bid documents:

IIA regulatory board

IRBA is the regulatory board for external auditors
IIA is the regulatory board for internal auditors.
It appears that there was an error in the Internal Audit bid specification as the pre-evaluation requirement should have indicated that the partners are affiliated with IIA. This was indicated in the specifications under the “Quality assurance review of the work” section.

This pre-evaluation criteria must be aligned to the rest of the specification document.

Number of partners

Where possible SANAC supports the development of smaller entities.
For the services of internal and external audit, SANAC requires sufficient skill set and ability to perform various audits in an objective manner. SANAC takes into account the requirements set by its funders relating to the audit environment. The successful bidder would be required to conduct multiple audits for various section with different audit teams lead by different audit partners. Bidders are welcome to enter into a joint venture with other audit firms in order to meet the bid requirements.

for inquries the above information should please be direct to the procurement officail
email: beullah@sanac.org.za

RFP SANAC 11/09/2018: Appointment of a consultancy to manage the implementation of the stigma reduction programme as part of a village to village programme

South African National AIDS Council Trust (SANAC Trust) seek to appoint a consultancy to manage the implementation of the stigma reduction programme as part of a village to village programme.

The purpose of this programme is to train-the-trainers that are able:

• increase the understanding of the rights of persons living with HIV (PLHIV) and TB;
• mainstreaming the stigma and discrimination community action model into village programmes;
• improve general knowledge and understanding of stigma and discrimination in villages;
• encourage and support the formation of care and support groups, sharing ways to overcome negative
experiences, and linking response to families, religious institutions, etc.
• involve community, traditional and religious leaders in speaking out about stigma and discrimination
in villages;
• locate stigma reduction programmes within villages;
• addressing human rights violations

Interested bidders must complete the bid document and submit proposal before the closing date and time
07 December 2018 @ 11:00 am and address the bid document to the Procurement Officer:

Submission By hand delivery to SANAC Trust office

for inquries please direct it to beullah@sanac.org.za

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RFP SANAC 11/08/2018: APPOINTMENT OF A NON PROFIT ORGANISATION (NPO) TO COORDINATE THE MEN CHAMPIONING CHANGE PROGRAMMES FOR MEN AND BOYS

South African National AIDS Council Trust (SANAC Trust) seek to appoint an NPO to Coordinate the Men Champion change programe for Men and boys.

This RFP seeks to solicit proposals to appoint a suitable NPO to oversee the coordination of programmes for men and boys called “Men Championing Change”. The appointed NPO will also be expected to:

• Operationalize partnerships with men sector formations, organisations and other critical role
players, offering technical support where relevant;
• Support initiatives that address the role of men in combating the spread of HIV, TB & STIs, at
national, provincial and district initiatives aimed at improving the health and wellbeing of men and
boys.
• Support the production of material including advocacy tools and support through engagement in
planning processes and technical working groups at national and provincial level.
• Oversee the day-to-day work of the men’s sector, enabling them to implement advocacy initiatives.
• Engagement with other civil society sectors, focusing on civil society’s critical role in the
national ownership of men and boys’ programmes. This may cover capacity building, advocacy, creating
enabling environments and technical assistance.
• Share the vision of the SANAC Men’s Sector.
• Advise government of policy matters and policy implementation.
• Data collection on men sector formations and organisations on the implementation of the NSP.

The project is time-limited and has been designed to run from December 2018 through to March 2019. It is expected that in the 5 months, the NPO will ensure the integration and coordination of the sector at all levels, as well as develop collaborations and relationships with community organizations and members to ensure sustained programmes.

nterested bidders must complete the bid document and submit proposal before the closing date and time
07 December 2018 @ 11:00 am and address the bid document to the Procurement Officer:

Submission By hand delivery to SANAC Trust office

for inquries please direct it to beullah@sanac.org.za

Download the bid document below:

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RFP SANAC 11/07/2018: Appointment of a Service provider to capacitate implementers on the Social and behaviour change package of services/programmes (FMP)

South African National AIDS Council Trust (SANAC Trust) seek to appoint a service provider to capacitate SBC implementers in 8 provinces namely Mpumalanga, North West, Limpopo, Northern Cape, Western Cape, Eastern Cape, KwaZulu Natal, and Gauteng on the Social and Behaviour Change package of services/programmes as follows: Families Matter Programme (FMP).

The scope of work includes the following:

• Develop a project plan.
• Capacitate 240 facilitators from SBC implementers in eight provinces on the FMP Programme.
• Compile training reports.
• Conduct monitoring and coaching visits to SBC implementers.
• Compile monitoring and coaching reports.
• Catering and conference venue will be provided by the NPO’s

6. Outputs and deliverables

Based on the above scope of work the prospective service provider must provide the following outputs on which payment will be based:
• Detailed project plan that outlines how the project will be implemented with clear time frames.
• A workplan within two weeks of commencement of the project detailing the specific
outputs/deliverables at specific period of the implementation
• Detailed training report conducted in respective provinces.
• Monitoring and coaching reports.

Interested bidders must complete the bid document and submit proposal before the closing date and time
03 December 2018 @ 11:00 am and address the bid document to the Procurement Officer:

Briefing Session date : 23 November 2018 @ 14:00
Submission By hand delivery to SANAC Trust office

for inquries please direct it to beullah@sanac.org.za

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DISTRICTS SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR CHANGE IMPLEMENTING NPOS

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Download Annexure J- Supplier DSD Maintanance Document

Download Annex-I-ASSURANCE-IN-TERMS-OF-SECTION-38 Document

Download Annex-H-Authorisation-to-sign-on-behalf-of-organization

Download SECTION E Checklist

Download Checklist for transfers

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RFP SANAC 11/02/2018: Appointment of a service provider to capacitate NPO’s on Ke Moja Substance Abuse Prevention Programme

The SANAC Trust is a non-profit organization and requires to appoint a service provider to implement the Ke Moja Substance Abuse Prevention Programme

The Prevention of and Treatment for Substance Abuse Act No 70 of 2008 provides for the establishment of programmes in the prevention and treatment of substance abuse. Substance abuse is a pervasive problem in South Africa which cuts across racial and socio-economic lines. South Africa is seeing an increase of substance abuse among primary and secondary school learners which leads to school crime, violence as well as social and health problems. At the social and health level, substance abuse impacts on HIV outcomes. Abuse of alcohol and drugs can affect a person’s judgment and increase risk of getting or transmitting HIV.

Excessive consumption of alcohol can be linked to risky sexual behaviours. For people living with HIV, substance abuse can affect treatment outcomes as it can affect adherence to antiretroviral therapy.
In order to address the above issues, the Department of Social Development (DSD) launched the ‘Ke Moja, I’m fine without alcohol and drugs’ programme in 2003. This is a national anti-substance abuse awareness campaign led by DSD which targets both in and out of school youth with a view to achieve positive social and behaviour change outcomes. The campaign aims at creating awareness of and discourages substance abuse amongst communities, using a range of media including print, electronic, roadshows, workshops and community dialogues.

SANAC has contracted fifteen (15) NPOs in 8 (eight) provinces (see attached) According to the National Strategic Plan for HIV, TB and STIs (2017-2022), substance abuse is one of the social drivers of HIV&AIDS. In order to contribute to the reduction of new HIV infections among the young people, SANAC in partnership with DSD seeks to appoint a service provider to implement the Ke Moja programme. The successful service provider is expected to train facilitators from the 15 NPOs contracted by SANAC to enable them to integrate the prevention of substance abuse within the broader HIV&AIDS agenda. The NPO is expected to partner with the existing 15 NPOs to roll out Ke Moja programme in the assigned districts. (see list attached).

Interested bidders must complete the bid document and submit proposal before the closing date and time
03 December 2018 @ 11:00 am and address the bid document to the Procurement Officer:

Briefing Session date: 23 November 2018 @ 14:00

Submission By hand delivery to SANAC Trust office

for inquries please direct it to beullah@sanac.org.za

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RFP SANAC 11/05/2018: THE APPOINTMENT OF INTERNAL AUDIT SERVICES FOR A PERIOD OF 3 YEARS

The SANAC Trust is a non-profit organization and requires a suitable Internal Audit Services for a period of Three years.

The Internal Audit function must, in consultation with the CFO, CEO and Audit & Risk Committee prepare:

• A rolling three-year strategic Internal Audit Plan based on its assessment of the key areas of risk
for SANAC TRUST having regard to its current operations.
• An annual Internal Audit Plan.
• Plans indicating the scope, cost and timelines of each audit in the Annual Internal audit Plan.
• Audit reports directed to the Audit and Risk Management Committee detailing its performance against
the plan, to allow effective monitoring and intervention when necessary.

The Internal Audit function must co-ordinate with the external auditors of SANAC TRUST to ensure proper coverage and to minimise duplication of effort by following the combined audit assurance methodology.

The Internal Audit function must assist the SANAC TRUST management in maintaining effective controls by evaluation those controls and by developing recommendations for enhancement or improvement.

The following audits will need to be conducted at SANAC TRUST:
• Governance, compliance and risk.
• Financial review.
• Supply Chain Management.
• Human resources management.
• Information technology.
• Performance management.
• Grants management (outgoing grants) and review of grant recipient’s management of funds.
• External audit review of recommendations to management.

Interested bidders must complete the bid document and submit proposal before the closing date and time 20 December 2018 @ 11:00 am and address the bid document to the Procurement Officer:

Submission By hand delivery to SANAC Trust office

for inquries please direct it to beullah@sanac.org.za

Download the bid document below:

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RFP SANAC 11/04/2018: THE APPOINTMENT OF EXTERNAL AUDIT SERVICES FOR A PERIOD OF 3 YEARS

The SANAC Trust is a non-profit organization and requires a suitable External Audit Services for a period of Three years.

The audit should be carried out in accordance with the International Auditing Standards and will include such tests and controls as the auditor may consider necessary. The auditors in their duties shall comply with the duties imposed upon them by the Audits Professions Act.

In conducting the audit, special attention should be paid on the following:

 All funds provided by funders such as, but not limited to:

The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ), Centres for Disease Control and Preventions (CDC), Department of Social Development (DSD), Global Fund (GF), National Lotteries Commission (NLC), Networking Aids Community of South Africa (NACOSA), Western Cape Government: Health (WCGH) & Kwazulu-Natal Provincial Treasury (KZN)Treasury for specific projects and core funds provided by Department of Social Development (DSD) and National Department Of Health (NDoH) have been used in accordance with the conditions specified in the legal agreements, with due attention to economy and efficiency, and only for the purposes for which the funding is provided.

 All necessary supporting documents, records, and accounts have been kept in respect of the financial transactions of the projects and core funding, including the expenditure reported in the unaudited Interim Financial Reports to the funders.

 The expenditures reported in the unaudited Interim Financial Reports, are eligible for funding as specified in the relevant legal agreements and clear linkages exist between the books of accounts and unaudited Interim Financial Reports presented to the funders.

 The project expenditure reports are in agreement with the books of accounts maintained as per the agreed    accounting procedures & are in accordance with the applicable accounting standards.

 The procurement of works, goods and services has been carried out as per the funders procurement procedures, SANAC TRUST’s internal policies as well as applicable regulations.

 Comprehensive assessment of the adequacy and effectiveness of the accounting and overall internal control system to monitor expenditures and other financial transactions.
Interested bidders must complete the bid document and submit proposal before the closing date and time 20 December 2018 @ 11:00 am and address the bid document to the Procurement Officer:

Submission By hand delivery to SANAC Trust office

for inquries please direct it to beullah@sanac.org.za

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RFP SANAC 11/06/2018:THE PROVISION OF TRAVEL MANAGEMENT SERVICES AND RELATED SERVICES FOR A PERIOD OF 3 YEARS

The SANAC Trust is a non-profit organization and requires a suitable travel agent to assist with travel and accommodation for its business, including the negotiation of rate, fares and subsequent cost savings for the organization. The travel agent must meet the SANAC Trust’s need for cost savings, be efficient and effective in their travel environment

At a minimum the travel agent services must comply with the SANAC Trust’s travel policy (including air travel, road transport and accommodation) and manage traveller profiles, relating to the following:

• A workflow communication platform to be set up according to the organizations requirements
• The travel agent must submit travel documentation electronically to the travel booker and the
traveller –by means of both sms and email.
• A comprehensive library of reports (transactional and behavioural based) must be submitted as per
the SANAC Trust’s requirements

Interested bidders must complete the bid document and submit proposal before the closing date and time 20 December 2018 @ 11:00 am and address the bid document to the Procurement Officer:

Submission By hand delivery to SANAC Trust office

for inquries please direct it to beullah@sanac.org.za

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RFQ SANAC 11/01/2018: DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A HIV/TB COUNSELLING AND TESTING (HTS) DEMAND GENERATION SOCIAL MOBILISATION CAMPAIGN FOR THE DISABILITY SECTOR

SANAC Trust Seek to appoint a service forvide for the following services mentioned below:

A grant was awarded by the National Lotteries Commission for the development and implementation of a HIV/TB Testing Service (HTS) demand generation campaign in partnership with seven (7) identified SANAC Civil Society Sectors, including the Disability Sector. People with disability have been excluded and neglected in all sectors responding to HIV and TB and HIV prevalence data among people with disabilities is limited.

Access to services for people with disability is hindered by several factors, such as the following:

• Stigma and discrimination;
• Exclusion from violence prevention programmes;
• Inaccessibility of health and education services; and
• Exclusion from sexuality education and information.

The campaign for people with disability have the following objectives:

• Provide key prevention messaging in order for people with disability to take proactive steps to a
healthy lifestyle irrespective of HIV status;
• Increased demand for HCT especially among people with disability;
• Increase the access to treatment, care and support;
• Better leadership, coordination and synergies among key stakeholders involved in the campaign,
especially at district and local levels; and the active involvement of people with disability in the
programmes
• Ensure a better understanding of their human rights; and
• Improved real time monitoring and evaluation of the key campaign indicators so as to adjust action
swiftly and based on evidence

The South African National AIDS Council (SANAC) requests proposals from professional qualified, experienced consultants/consulting firms to develop and implement a scientific social mobilisation campaign for people with disability to increase the demand for and uptake of HTS services in a way that is easy to understand.

This could include, but is not limited to (i) Door-to-door Campaigns; (ii) Community Dialogues; (iii) Drama’s, (iv) community radio etc. The service provider will work in close consultation with the Disability Sector that will develop the toolkit as well as SANAC Secretariat who will oversee the implementation of the HTS demand generation campaigns.

Interested bidders must complete the bid document and submit proposal before the closing date and time 26 November 2018 @ 11:00 am and address the bid document to the Procurement Officer:

Submission By hand delivery to SANAC Trust office or Email to beullah@sanac.org.za or call 0127481009

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