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.   

Download the full version of the National Strategic Plan for HIV, TB and STIs (2017-2022)

NSP Cover - Full ReportThe South African National Strategic Plan for HIV, TB and STIs 2017 – 2022 (NSP) was launched by SANAC Chairperson and Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa under the theme: “Let Our Actions Count”. This is a rallying call to action for all South Africans to play their part in the response to HIV, TB and STIs and act as a concerted force, moving in the same direction.

The NSP serves as a roadmap for the next stage of our journey towards a future where these three diseases are no longer public health problems. This plan sets out the destinations – or goals – of our shared journey and establishes landmarks in the form of specific measurable objectives.

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Re: Extension of deadline for bid submission: Appointment of a Non-Profit Organization (NPO) to conduct sensitization workshop on social and structural drivers of HIV with Traditional Leaders in nine provinces

The South African National Aids Council Trust (SANAC Trust) on behalf of The National Department of Social Development is hereby calling all qualified Non Profit Organisations (NPOs) to sensitize traditional leaders on the social and structural drivers of HIV with a view to reducing social and behavioural factors driving the spread of HIV in the communities in all nine provinces within the Republic of South Africa.

Eligibility Criteria: The NPO must be registered in terms of the Non-profit Organisations Act, no 71 of 1997, as amended, and produce the NPO registration Certificate, which will be verified for validity with the NPO directorate within The National Department of Social Development. The NPO must be operating at a national level.  The NPO must have existing programmes targeting traditional leaders in social and structural drivers of HIV.

The NPO must have extensive experience in the DSD specific HIV & AIDS environment as well as social and behavior change programmes. The NPO must have understanding of and experience in community development, social facilitation and community mobilization. In order to reach all districts and sub-districts in the province, the NPO must be willing to partner with local Home Community Based Care organizations to implement the SBC programmes.

The NPO must facilitate and ensure proper management and monitoring of work delivered by such HCBCs. The NPO must have sound financial systems in place that comply with the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA). The NPO must have the ability to develop programmes, gather data, compile information and compile reports. The NPO must demonstrate the ability to operate in a multi sectoral environment. Applications must comply with the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) to ensure sound financial management and accounting procedures.

All applications for funding must be done using the Simplified Business Plan available on the SANAC Trust website (www.SANAC.org.za). All sections of the applications must be fully and comprehensively completed.

Bidders who have already submitted do not have to re-submitt as their bid will be considered and evaluated accordingly, All proposals must be deposited in the tender boxes below on or before 12:00 midday on 06 March, 2018. 

Proposals can be submitted at: Second floor, Block E, Hatfield Gardens, 333 Grosvenor Street South African National AIDS Council Trust Offices, Hatfield, Pretoria

A soft copy of the Call for proposals, Terms of Reference and all relevant documentations is available on the SANAC Trust website www.SANAC.org.za.

Enquiries: SANAC Trust Contracts Manager Mr Aziz Shabodien   +27 12 748 1005

please click here to download to application document:

CLOSING DATE: 06 March 2018

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Re: Extension of Deadline of the Bid Submission- Appointment of a service provider to capacitate implementers on the Social and behaviour change package of services/programmes (MCC and CCE)

Appointment of a service provider to capacitate implementers on the Social and behaviour change package of services/programmes (MCC and CCE)

The South African National Aids Council Trust (SANAC Trust) on behalf of The National Department of Social Development is hereby calling all interested service providers to assist The South African National Aids Council Trust (SANAC Trust) to capacitate SBC implementers in 9 provinces on the Social and Behaviour Change package of services/programmes as follows: MCC (Men Championing Change) and Community Capacity Enhancement (CCE).

Eligibility Criteria: The service provider must provide valid company/consultancy registration documentation which will be verified for validity with the CIPC and also produce a valid tax clearance certificate. The service provider must be able to capacitate NGO’s in multiple provinces simultaneously. The service provider must have extensive experience in HIV & AIDS environment as well as social and behavior change programmes. The service provider must have understanding of and experience in community development, social facilitation and community mobilization. The service provide must possess certified master trainers and must possess excellent analytical, programme management, research, presentation and facilitation skills. The service provider must have sound financial systems in place that is able to comply with the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA). The service provider must have the ability to gather data, compile information and compile reports. The service provider must demonstrate the ability to operate in a multi sectoral environment. Applications must comply with the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) to ensure sound financial management and accounting procedures. All applications for funding must be done using a technical proposal along with a GANTT chart and cost analyses. All sections of the applications must be fully and comprehensively completed. The Terms of Reference is available on the SANAC Trust website (www.SANAC.org.za).

Bidders who have already submitted do not have to re-submitt as their bid will be considered and evaluated accordingly, All proposals must be deposited in the tender boxes below on or before 12:00 midday on 06 March, 2018. 

South Africa National Aids Council Trust, Hatfield Gardens, Block E, 333 Grosvenor avenue, Hatfield, Pretoria

 

A soft copy of the Call for proposals, Terms of Reference and all relevant documentations is available on the SANAC Trust website www.SANAC.org.za.

 

Enquiries: SANAC Trust Contracts Manager Mr Aziz Shabodien   +27 12 748 1005

 

 

 

Re: Extension of Deadline of the Bid submission – The Appointment of a service provider to capacitate implementers on the Social and behaviour change package of services/programmes (YOLO and FMP)

Appointment of a service provider to capacitate implementers on the Social and behaviour change package of services/programmes (YOLO and FMP)

The South African National Aids Council Trust (SANAC Trust) on behalf of The National Department of Social Development is hereby calling all interested service providers to assist The South African National Aids Council Trust (SANAC Trust) to capacitate SBC implementers in 9 provinces on the Social and Behaviour Change package of services/programmes as follows: YOLO (You Only Live Once) and Families Matter Programme (FMP).

 

Bidders who already submitted do not have to re-submitt as their bid will be considered and evaluated accordingly, All proposals must be deposited in the tender boxes below on or before 12:00 midday on 06 March, 2018. 

South Africa National Aids Council Trust, Hatfield Gardens, Block E, 333 Grosvenor avenue, Hatfield, Pretoria

 

A soft copy of the Call for proposals, Terms of Reference and all relevant documentations is available on the SANAC Trust website www.SANAC.org.za.

Enquiries: SANAC Trust Contracts Manager Mr Aziz Shabodien   +27 12 748 1005

 

 

RE: APPOINTMENT OF MONITORING AND EVALUATION SERVICE PROVIDER TO SUPPORT SANAC IN THE EASTERN AND SOUTHERN AFRICA MINISTERIAL COMMITMENT ON COMPREHENSIVE SEXUALITY EDUCATION

The Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA) region has the world’s highest rate of new HIV infections with 1.1 million new infections every year. 2.6 million young people aged 15-24 are living with HIV in the ESA Region. HIV knowledge levels among young people are below 40%, resulting in high teenage pregnancy rates: by age 17, at least 1 in 5 young women have started childbearing in 6 of the 20 ESA countries. The region alone accounts for 50% increase in deaths amongst adolescents living with HIV globally with young women being disproportionately affected.

A better access to good quality sexual education that fills young people’s knowledge gaps and motivates them to better protect their health is urgently required. Additionally, young people need timely health information and services that are accessible, appropriate and tailor-made to young people’s needs. It was against these alarming figures and urgent need for action to improve young people’s access to health information and services, that in December 2013 twenty countries in the ESA Region endorsed the ESA Ministerial Commitment on Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) and Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) services for young people (10-24 years).

The ESA Commitment is supported by the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), the Regional Economic Communities (EAC and SADC), and other international donor agencies contributing to a number of international agendas, including the Sustainable Development Goals.

 Duties and Responsibilities:

The Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) service provider will be responsible to support SANAC in the ESA CSE M&E component. Duties include and not be limited to;

  • Develop a multi-sectoral data-integration,harmonisation and reporting framework on CSE for inclusion in and use through the Focus for Impact intelligence system;
  • Prepare quarterly and annual data management framework for all specific CSE indicators that include amongst other SDG, NDP, NSP and ESA targets. This will include documenting the data flow cycle, metadata for all relevant data sources, data integration explore data transformation and analytics as well as data demand and use
  • Actively participate in Multi-sectoral data interrogation workshops regarding ESA-related data and targets
  • Participate in PCA and other meetings to present progress on CSE performance data
  • Participate in DoE provincial quarterly reviews and present data on CSE performance based on project indicators data
  • Develop knowledge management tools such as and not limited to fact sheet, policy briefs on ESA related topics
  • Document learning on success factors and disseminate performance based on project indicators data g. development of case studies
  • Development of a metadata catalogue of all available data sets related and applicable to this assignment

 

  1. Key Qualifications Include:
  • Degree/Advanced Diploma in Public Health (MPH/DPH) or equivalent degree from recognized University or equivalent experience;
  • 5-7 years of work experience in multi-sectoral or development projects with government and donor organizations in M&E field;
  • Demonstrated experience id development of data management frameworks/ plans and metadata catalogues
  • Previous experience of SRH and/or CSE related assignments would be an advantage
  • Experience in establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with other organizations, governmental agencies, public and private sector organizations;
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills and very good analytical skills and solid experience with Windows, Word, Excel, Power Point, and Microsoft Office.
  • Statistical analysis applications (SPSS, Stata) desired, but not essential.

Quotation can be submitted by Hard Copies or Email to the following Address:

Attention: Ms Beullah Mthombeni

Physical Address:

2ND FLOOR, BLOCK E, HATFIELD GARDENS

333 GROSVENOR STREET

HATFIELD, PRETORIA

0001

EMAIL ADDRESS: Beullah@sanac.org.za

SANAC Trust Reserve the right to appoint a suitable qualified candidate/ a service provider and also reserve the rights to withdraw this request.

Closing date: 12 March 2018 @ 11:00

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Re: Appointment of Consultant to provide HR Support

 

SANAC Trust is currently working through an important phase where the HR Manager requires additional human resources in the form of a professional human resources consultancy.

 

Objective of the consultancy

To assist the current HR Manager with reviewing, updating and closing current gaps of the existing HR Policies and enhancing future human resources and controls, aligning them to best practices and public service trends. SANAC Trust operates in accordance with the PFMA and Treasury procedures, and best practices.

Scope of Work:

  1. Review and update existing Performance Management policy and include Talent management. Review the Disciplinary policy and procedures in the light of current legislation.
  • Performance Management policy (including relevant performance contracts +- 40).
  • Design the Talent Management Policy.

 

Timelines

The consultancy commences in February and will work for 20 days maximum. Performance Management policy and Talent Management policy  to be completed by 2 March 2018, and performance contracts by 16 March 2018.

 

Organisation/Consultant:  Proposals will be accepted from Human Resources firms and individual HR consultants that meet the requirements and that are based in Gauteng.

Respondents must provide a proposal that indicates a general description of the techniques, approaches and methods to be used to satisfy the above scope of the requirements and specifications in the following areas:

  • Conducting of a Human Resource audit
  • Compensation/Benefits Study: Review SANAC compensation system update based on current market data.
  • Operational Policies and Procedures: Review of existing Human Resources policies and revising strategies for development of revised and/or new processes, programs and practices on Human Resources matters.
  • Develop performance appraisal process and train managers on goal setting, leadership and communication as they relate to SANAC values.
  • Psychometric testing for senior management positions
  • Job Evaluation experience

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Fully qualified and experienced HR Consultants with traceable written references
  • Well versed with public service and NGO employee benefits
  • Only proposals with detailed experience, cost, including daily rates and other expenses is will be considered. Please include written references with contact information that have used your services for similar projects within the past two years.

 

Quotation can be submitted by Hard Copies or Email to the following Address:

Each bid must be submitted separately:

 

Attention: Ms Beullah Mthombeni

Physical Address:

2ND FLOOR, BLOCK E, HATFIELD GARDENS

333 GROSVENOR STREET

HATFIELD, PRETORIA

0001

 

EMAIL ADDRESS: Beullah@sanac.org.za

 

Closing date: 26 February 2018

SANAC Trust Reserve the right to appoint a suitable qualified candidate/ a service provider and also reserve the rights to withdraw this request.

 

Please click on the tender document below to apply:

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Re: RFP SANAC02/02/2018: Appointment of a service provider to capacitate implementers on the Social and behaviour change package of services/programmes (MCC and CCE)

Appointment of a service provider to capacitate implementers on the Social and behaviour change package of services/programmes (MCC and CCE)

The South African National Aids Council Trust (SANAC Trust) on behalf of The National Department of Social Development is hereby calling all interested service providers to assist The South African National Aids Council Trust (SANAC Trust) to capacitate SBC implementers in 9 provinces on the Social and Behaviour Change package of services/programmes as follows: MCC (Men Championing Change) and Community Capacity Enhancement (CCE).

Eligibility Criteria: The service provider must provide valid company/consultancy registration documentation which will be verified for validity with the CIPC and also produce a valid tax clearance certificate. The service provider must be able to capacitate NGO’s in multiple provinces simultaneously. The service provider must have extensive experience in HIV & AIDS environment as well as social and behavior change programmes. The service provider must have understanding of and experience in community development, social facilitation and community mobilization. The service provide must possess certified master trainers and must possess excellent analytical, programme management, research, presentation and facilitation skills. The service provider must have sound financial systems in place that is able to comply with the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA). The service provider must have the ability to gather data, compile information and compile reports. The service provider must demonstrate the ability to operate in a multi sectoral environment. Applications must comply with the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) to ensure sound financial management and accounting procedures. All applications for funding must be done using a technical proposal along with a GANTT chart and cost analyses. All sections of the applications must be fully and comprehensively completed. The Terms of Reference is available on the SANAC Trust website (www.SANAC.org.za).

Bidders who have already submitted do not have to re-submitt as their bid will be considered and evaluated accordingly, All proposals must be deposited in the tender boxes below on or before 12:00 midday on 06 March, 2018. 

South Africa National Aids Council Trust, Hatfield Gardens, Block E, 333 Grosvenor avenue, Hatfield, Pretoria

 

A soft copy of the Call for proposals, Terms of Reference and all relevant documentations is available on the SANAC Trust website www.SANAC.org.za.

 

Enquiries: SANAC Trust Contracts Manager Mr Aziz Shabodien   +27 12 748 1005

CLOSING DATE & TIME 06 March 2018 @ 12:00

please download the bid document on a link below:

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Re: RFP SANAC02/03/2018: Appointment of a service provider to capacitate implementers on the Social and behaviour change package of services/programmes (YOLO and FMP)

Appointment of a service provider to capacitate implementers on the Social and behaviour change package of services/programmes (YOLO and FMP)

 

The South African National Aids Council Trust (SANAC Trust) on behalf of The National Department of Social Development is hereby calling all interested service providers to assist The South African National Aids Council Trust (SANAC Trust) to capacitate SBC implementers in 9 provinces on the Social and Behaviour Change package of services/programmes as follows: YOLO (You Only Live Once) and Families Matter Programme (FMP).

Eligibility Criteria: The service provider must provide valid company/consultancy registration documentation which will be verified for validity with the CIPC and also produce a valid tax clearance certificate. The service provider must be able to capacitate NGO’s in multiple provinces simultaneously. The service provider must have extensive experience in HIV & AIDS environment as well as social and behavior change programmes.

The service provider must have understanding of and experience in community development, social facilitation and community mobilization. The service provide must possess certified master trainers and must possess excellent analytical, programme management, research, presentation and facilitation skills. The service provider must have sound financial systems in place that is able to comply with the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA).

The service provider must have the ability to gather data, compile information and compile reports. The service provider must demonstrate the ability to operate in a multi sectoral environment. Applications must comply with the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) to ensure sound financial management and accounting procedures. All applications for funding must be done using a technical proposal along with a GANTT chart and cost analyses. All sections of the applications must be fully and comprehensively completed. The Terms of Reference is available on the SANAC Trust website (www.SANAC.org.za).

Bidders who have already submitted do not have to re-submitt as their bid will be considered and evaluated accordingly, All proposals must be deposited in the tender boxes below on or before 12:00 midday on 06 March, 2018. 

South Africa National Aids Council Trust, Hatfield Gardens, Block E, 333 Grosvenor avenue, Hatfield, Pretoria

 

A soft copy of the Call for proposals, Terms of Reference and all relevant documentations is available on the SANAC Trust website www.SANAC.org.za.

Enquiries: SANAC Trust Contracts Manager Mr Aziz Shabodien   +27 12 748 1005

CLOSING DATE AND TIME: 06 March  2018 @ 12:00

Please download the tender document below:

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Re: RFP SANAC02/01/2018: Appointment of a Non-Profit Organization (NPO) to conduct sensitization workshop on social and structural drivers of HIV with Traditional Leaders in nine provinces

The South African National Aids Council Trust (SANAC Trust) on behalf of The National Department of Social Development is hereby calling all qualified Non Profit Organisations (NPOs) to sensitize traditional leaders on the social and structural drivers of HIV with a view to reducing social and behavioural factors driving the spread of HIV in the communities in all nine provinces within the Republic of South Africa.

Eligibility Criteria: The NPO must be registered in terms of the Non-profit Organisations Act, no 71 of 1997, as amended, and produce the NPO registration Certificate, which will be verified for validity with the NPO directorate within The National Department of Social Development. The NPO must be operating at a national level.  The NPO must have existing programmes targeting traditional leaders in social and structural drivers of HIV.

The NPO must have extensive experience in the DSD specific HIV & AIDS environment as well as social and behavior change programmes. The NPO must have understanding of and experience in community development, social facilitation and community mobilization. In order to reach all districts and sub-districts in the province, the NPO must be willing to partner with local Home Community Based Care organizations to implement the SBC programmes.

The NPO must facilitate and ensure proper management and monitoring of work delivered by such HCBCs. The NPO must have sound financial systems in place that comply with the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA). The NPO must have the ability to develop programmes, gather data, compile information and compile reports. The NPO must demonstrate the ability to operate in a multi sectoral environment. Applications must comply with the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) to ensure sound financial management and accounting procedures.

All applications for funding must be done using the Simplified Business Plan available on the SANAC Trust website (www.SANAC.org.za). All sections of the applications must be fully and comprehensively completed.

Bidders who already submitted do not have to re-submitt as their bid will be considered and evaluated accordingly, All proposals must be deposited in the tender boxes below on or before 12:00 midday on 06 March, 2018. 

Proposals can be submitted at: Second floor, Block E, Hatfield Gardens, 333 Grosvenor Street South African National AIDS Council Trust Offices, Hatfield, Pretoria

A soft copy of the Call for proposals, Terms of Reference and all relevant documentations is available on the SANAC Trust website www.SANAC.org.za.

Enquiries: SANAC Trust Contracts Manager Mr Aziz Shabodien   +27 12 748 1005

please click here to download to application document:

CLOSING DATE: 06 March 2018

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Re: UPDATED: UPDATED: Appointment of a Consultant Appointment of a Consulting firm to compile the Global AIDS Monitoring (GAM) Report 2017

TERMS OF REFERENCE:

Consultant for South Africa’s 2017 National AIDS Response Progress Reporting of the UN General Assembly Political Declaration on HIV/AIDS targets and elimination commitments

South Africa National AIDS Council

BACKGROUND
The South African National AIDS Council (SANAC) brings together Government, Civil Society and the Private Sector to create a collective response to the epidemic of HIV, TB and STIs in South Africa. South Africa aims to build on the commitments made in the Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS and to set the world on course to end the epidemic by 2030 within the framework of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). South Africa’s aim is fulfilled by SANAC’s vision. The vision of SANAC is a long-term one. It is to ensure a healthy life for all South Africans. SANAC’s vision is underpinned by the commitment to ZERO new HIV and TB infections, ZERO preventable HIV and TB deaths and ZERO HIV and TB discrimination.
The 2016 United Nations Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS: on the fast-track to accelerate the fight against HIV and to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030, adopted at the United Nations General Assembly high-level meeting on AIDS in June 2016, mandated UNAIDS to support countries in reporting on the commitments in the Political Declaration. This Political Declaration was built on three previous political declarations: the 2001 Declaration of Commitment on HIV and AIDS, the 2006 Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS and the 2011 Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS. The 2016 Political Declaration indicates that a successful AIDS response should be measured by the achievement of concrete, time-bound targets. They call for careful monitoring of progress in implementing commitments and require the United Nations Secretary-General to issue annual progress reports. These reports are designed to identify challenges and constraints and recommend action to accelerate the achievement of targets. The 2017 Global AIDS Monitoring (GAM) is the first year after the transition from the Millennium Development Goals to the Sustainable Development Goals
In 2016, the international community reviewed progress towards reaching the 2020 Fast-Track commitments and expanded targets to end AIDS; notably:
• To ensure that 30 million people living with HIV have access to treatment through meeting the 90-90-90 targets by 2020.
• To eliminate new HIV infections among children by 2020 while ensuring that 1.6 million children have access to HIV treatment by 2018.
• To ensure access to combination prevention options, including pre-exposure prophylaxis, voluntary medical male circumcision, harm reduction and condoms to at least 90% of people by 2020, especially young women and adolescent girls in high-prevalence countries and key populations-gay men and other men who have sex with men, transgender people, sex workers and their clients, people who inject drugs and prisoners.
• To eliminate gender inequalities and end all forms of violence and discrimination against women and girls, people living with HIV and key populations by 2020.
• To ensure that 90% of young people have the skills, knowledge and capacity to protect themselves from HIV and have access to sexual reproductive health services by 2020, in order to reduce the number of new infections among adolescent girls and young women below 100 000 per year.
• To ensure that 75% of people living with, at risk and are affected by HIV benefit from HIV-sensitive social protection by 2020.
• To ensure that at least 30% of all service delivery is community-led by 2020.
• To ensure that HIV investment increase to US$ 26 billion by 2020, including a quarter for HIV prevention and 6% for social enablers.
• To empower people living with, at risk and are affected by HIV t know their rights and to access justice and legal services to prevent and challenge violations of human rights.
• To commit to taking AIDS out of isolation through people-centred systems to improve universal health coverage, including treatment for tuberculosis, cervical cancer and hepatitis B and C.

Since 2003 Policy monitoring has been an integral component GAM and has been implemented every two years from 2014. This policy monitoring has been implemented through the National Commitments and Policy Instruments (NCPI). NCPI aims to measure progress in developing and implementing policies, strategies and laws related to the HIV global response South Africa by:
• Promoting consultation and dialogue between stakeholders at the national level, especially government and civil society, to capture their perspective on the AIDS response. This is a useful component for global reporting as it supports countries in assessing the status of their HIV epidemic and response and identifying barriers, gaps and facilitators to strengthen the response and collecting data on the policy and legal environment related to the AIDS response.
The purpose is to:
1. The 2017 GAM should analyse progress at country level towards achievements of the Ten Fast-Track commitments and expanded Targets, embedded in a review of overall progress of the HIV response at national level. And specifically;
 Analyse the 2017 data and highlight main achievements with regards to GAM “ten commitments” and show trends over the last two years.
 Make recommendations for increased and/or decreased trends realised based on the HIV/AIDS response in the country.
2. Compile interim NCPI report and conduct the following;
• Administer NCPI questionnaire with knowledgeable stakeholders within civil society and government in relevant HIV respective areas.
• The consultant together with the M&E Unit will also lead in the validation consultation workshop to verify the data provided by respondents/stakeholders prior to the compilation of the NCPI report.

1. SCOPE OF WORK:
SANAC Secretariat is recruiting a consultant with a solid grasp of HIV issues; good knowledge of the South African context; excellent writing, strong qualitative and quantitative research, monitoring and evaluation and strategic information knowledge and skills; an ability to work with a diverse set of people.

The consultant will report to the SANAC M&E Unit and also work with other partners to conduct the following tasks:
a) Participate in weekly meetings to discuss progress and provide a status brief to SANAC;
b) Conduct a desk review of relevant documents (i.e. policies, strategies, laws, guidelines, reports etc.) related to the HIV response to show progress to date;
c) Review reported data and analyse to show trends including appropriate infographics;
d) Develop final GAM and NCPI report and incorporate all inputs from SANAC;
e) Ensure that the report is prepared and submitted within set deadlines.

3. TIMELINE AND DURATION OF THE CONSULTANCY
The consultant will be contracted for a period of 3 months up to May 2018; and the timelines are as follows:
Deliverables
a) Participate in weekly meetings as requested to discuss progress and provide a status brief to SANAC;
b) Conduct a desk review of relevant documents (i.e. policies, strategies, laws, guidelines, reports etc.) related to the HIV response to show progress to date
c) Review reported data and analyse to show trends including appropriate infographics
d) Submit draft report to SANAC for review
e) Compile the final report and incorporate all inputs obtained from SANAC
f) Ensure that the final progress report is submitted within set timelines.

2. QUALIFICATIONS
The consultant will have the following qualifications:
a) Advanced university degree in Public Health, Development Studies, Economics, Public Policy, Social Sciences, and/or a related technical field.
b) Strong knowledge and understanding of the South Africa HIV and TB epidemic and national response, the legislative, and policy environment including the National Strategic Plans on HIV, STIs and TB and SANAC’s mandate
c) A minimum of 10 years’ experience in Public Health, Development Studies, Economics, Public Policy, Social Sciences, and/or a related technical field and Monitoring and Evaluation of HIV and TB.
d) Aptitude for policy, strategic planning, system development and organizational skills, including results orientation.
e) Excellent skills in infographics.
f) Excellent analytical and writing skills in English.
g) Exceptional organizational and time management skills required to meet deadlines.
h) Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

3. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
South Africa National AIDS Council (SANAC) Secretariat
• Contracting and supervision of the consultant’s work plan including milestones for delivery of the work as agreed.
• Orientation of the consultant including clarification of individual roles and collaboration.
• Facilitation in obtaining some government documents and data where necessary.
• Reviewing the deliverables and providing consolidated comments to the consultant.

4. Mode of Application
 Interested applicants must submit the following;
a. A brief Concept Note with a streamlined budget and workplan
b. Curriculum Vitaes detailing previous related experience
c. Inquiries should be sent to: Billia Luwaca by email: billia@sanac.org.za or Lifutso Motsieloa email: Lifutso@sanac.org.za

Closing date for the application is the 5th of February, 2018. @ 11:00

 

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