Global Fund to fight AIDS, TB and Malaria

The Global Fund collects aid money from wealthy nations and business organisations with the express aim of distributing it to developing nations to help fund their programmes to respond to the challenges of HIV and AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. Since it was established in 2002, the Global Fund against AIDS, TB and Malaria (GFATM) has supported more than 1 000 programmes in 151 countries, providing AIDS treatment for 4.2 million people, TB treatment for 9.7 million people and has helped secure 310 million insecticide-treated nets to prevent malaria infection. South Africa is one of the recipients of Global Fund aid.
The Fund invites countries to apply for funding at various cycles. To learn more about the Global Fund click here Each country needs to have a dedicated team of people grouped into what is called a Country Co-ordinating Mechanism (CCM) to develop, write and submit proposals to the Global Fund to source funding. The CCM is made up of representatives from government, the private sector and civil society. All 9 provinces are represented on the CCM. The CCM is chaired by the SANAC CEO, Dr Sandile Buthelezi, and the Deputy Chair is Jacqueline Bodibe, from civil society.

Global Fund Principal Recipient

The South Africa Global Fund Country Coordinating Mechanism (GF CCM) calls for expressions of interest to serve as a Principal Recipient (PR) for one or more focus areas (modules) that forms part of the CCM Request for HIV and TB concept note to be submitted to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria by 15 July 2015. The following documents are available for download: Please Note: This is now the final format of the application and REOI form although we will continue to update the document called Questions/Answers/Points of Guidance up till 29 April 10h00

REOI for Principal Recipient Global Fund Services(138 Kb)
Guidance Note on the Capacity Requirements of a GF Principal Recipient(53 Kb)
Global Fund Principal Recipient Expression of Interest Application Form(114.5 Kb)
Questions and Answers and Points of Guidance 22 April 2015(87.47 Kb)

Developing the Global Fund Request for Funding: Consultants Required

The South African National Aids Council TRUST (SANAC) invites all suitable interested service providers or Consultants to submit their proposals for Developing the Global Fund Request for Funding: Contracting the following consultants:
  1. RFQ 2017/11/001- Appointment of Lead Writer:  Global Fund Request for Funding:  Click on the highlighted link>  TOR_GF Request for Funding 201718_Lead writer
  2. RFQ 2017/11/002- Appointment of Support Writer: Global Fund Request for Funding:  Click on the highlighted link>TOR_GF Request for Funding 201718_Support writer
  3. RFQ 2017/11/003- Costing and finance team: (lead expert, two senior experts, two finance consultants) Global Fund Request for Funding: Click on the highlighted link >TOR_GF Request for Funding 201718_Costing and Finance
  4. RFQ 2017/11/004- Monitoring and evaluation: for Global Fund Request for Funding: Click on the highlighted link>TOR_GF Request for Funding 201718_Monitoring and Evaluation
  5. RFQ 2017/11/005- Sustainability: for Global Fund Request for Funding: Click on the highlighted link>TOR_GF Request for Funding 201718_Sustainability
  6. RFQ 2017/11/006- TB: for Global Fund Request for Funding: Click on the highlighted link>TOR_GF Request for Funding 201718_TB
  7. RFQ 2017/11/007- Admin and logistics: for Global Fund Request for Funding: Click on the highlighted link>TOR_GF Request for Funding 201718_Admin and Logistics
Please respond before the closing date and time – 20 November 2017 and 11:00  

Download the bid Documents on the below link: Click on the highlighted  link>

 Bidding Document for Developing the Global Fund Request for Funding Contracting the following consultants 01 November 2017

Quotation can be submitted by Hard Copies or Email to the following Address: EMAIL ADDRESS: SANAC Trust Reserve the right to appoint a suitable qualified candidate/ a service provider and also reserve the rights to withdraw this request. N.B- Bidders are required to be registered on National Central Supplier Database (CSD) and their tax matters must be in order. The Evaluation process is 80/20, Functionality threshold is 60 points. N.B- only proposals accompanied by the bidding document will be evaluated.    

Applications for PEPFAR community grants are now open

Kindly take note of the following:
  1. Only on-line applications will be accepted via No emailed or posted applications, nor previous versions of the application, will be accepted.
  2. Answers to most questions may be found in the “frequently asked questions” section, but there is also “live chat” support and a “contact us” link where applicants may expect a response within 24 hours.
  3. Entities which received funding in the last grant cycle, where grant awards started on 1 October 2017, aren’t eligible to apply this year.
  4. Entities which are sub-recipients of PEPFAR funds, aren’t eligible to apply this year.
  5. The application deadline is strictly midnight (South African time) on 13 April 2018.
See attachment for further details by clicking here: 2018 PEPFAR Community Grants Queries may be directed to:
  • Charles Pill (Country Coordinator) at 087-285-9646 or 079-111-6523; or
  • Cristianne Wendler (Community Grants Country Director), at 010-141-2521 or 079-111-2366.