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.
Call Applications to serve as Principal Recipients of South Africa’s HIV and TB request for funding
The South Africa Global Fund Country Coordinating Mechanism (GF CCM) is preparing to submit a request for funding (RFF) to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria (GF) covering the period from 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2022. The GF CCM has determined that it will need six (6) Principal Recipients (PRs) to implement this grant and has ringfenced three PR spots for the National Department of Health (NDOH), a civil society organisation (CSO) to focus on advocacy with key population networks and a private sector body to bring co-investment and drive alignment to the National Strategic Plan for HIV, TB and STIs (NSP) hence improving efficiency and effectiveness of investment of the private sector for the benefit of employees and their communities. The other three PRs are open to government and CSOs. Hence the GF CCM calls for applications from government departments, civil society and private sector organisations that wish to serve as PRs for the HIV and TB grant The GF CCM has therefore issued the following two calls for applications to nominate four PRs: Bid CCM/PR/2018/01 – To nominate three PRs that will manage the implementation of the GF grant by sub-recipients across the country. Bid CCM/PR/2018/02 – To nominate one PR that will mobilise private sector investment and drive alignment to the NSP thereby improving efficiency and effectiveness of private sector investment for the benefit of employees and their communities. The terms of reference, other reference materials and the application forms can be downloaded from the SANAC website, http://sanac.org.za/category/global-fund/ There will be a compulsory briefing session on 10 May 2018 10h00 at: the SANAC offices 2nd Floor, Block E, Hatfield Gardens, 333 Grosvenor Street, Hatfield, Pretoria, 0001. FOR SUBMISSION DETAILS AND TO ACCESS THE RELEVANT DOCUMENTATION, CLICK HERE: https://bit.ly/2KAAjCT
Re: Appointment of Consultant to support the 8 Global Fund Principal Recipients to improve the effectiveness of the Country Portfolio Reviews.
The Appointment of Consultant to support the 8 Global Fund Principal Recipients to improve the effectiveness of the Country Portfolio Reviews. Background information The overall goal of the Country Portfolio Reviews is to ensure that there in an effective accountability framework for the Global Fund (GF) supported program in South Africa. The aim of the semi-annual Country Portfolio Review (CPR) is to review the performance and risks of the Global Fund supported program in South Africa. Review is intended to monitor the extent to which the Global Fund supported program is on track to deliver its strategic objectives and targets, identify actions required to address delays in program performance, implementation and absorption bottlenecks, identify implementation risks as well as good practices and inform prioritization of focus and resources. The objective of the CPR is to maximise the quality, efficiency, outcomes and ultimately impact of the portfolio, including but not limited to:
- Reviewing programmatic and financial performance of programs;
- Identifying good practices as well as risks and bottlenecks and finding solutions;
- Optimizing alignment and linkages with other programs.
- their site-level data, including various site level variables (entire cascade of services) and patient-specific tracking of outcomes where possible;
- quality of services measures;
- units of expenditure per programme output;
- value-for-money (i.e. economy, efficiency, effectiveness);
- main challenges and risks to program implementation,
- proposed data-supported, evidence-based solutions.
- Qualifications and Skills required:
- Relevant Post graduate qualification
- High level of knowledge and understanding of HIV and TB epidemics in South Africa and the financing and costing thereof.
- Previous experience in contributing to a team of finance and costing experts in the development of major financial and costing documents for SA e.g. Investment Case, Global Fund grant proposal etc.
- Has previously provided support on finance and costing to numerous government departments (national and/or provinces) including DBE, DSD, NDOH.
- Previous experience or contribution to the development of a costing and gap analysis for the South African National Strategic Plan for HIV, TB and STIs.
- Experience in financial and programmatic analyses of HIV and/or TB programmes at a national and international level.
- Experience in providing oversight of HIV and TB programmes.
- In-depth knowledge of the current Global Fund grant and experience of working with the current GF Principal Recipients would be an added advantage.
- Previous experience in contributing to the development of Global Fund Request for Funding in the new format that requires an increased emphasis on demonstrating outcomes and impact, would be an added advantage.
- Ability to work under pressure and still produce accurate high-quality documents
- Ability to work with multiple stakeholders
- Ability to communicate in English (written and verbal) at an advanced level.
RFP SANAC 03/01/2018: The Appointment of a service provider to assist with the refinement and improvement of the existing DHIS2 based Global Fund Management and Programme Monitoring System Background
|The 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 based systems:|
|The Global Fund aims at maximizing the impact of its investments to make an even greater contribution towards the vision of a world free of the burden of TB and HIV. The Global Fund’s current investment for impact against tuberculosis and HIV ending March 2019 aims to bolster the country’s national response, adding value to the already substantial commitments from the South African government and other funding partners. The implementation of the country grant is coordinated by eight Principal Recipients (PRs) implementing 13 modules in prioritized districts in South Africa. One of the tools used to support the monitoring of the implementation of the country grant is a DHIS2 based Global Fund Management and Programme Monitoring System.|
|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 No email submission will be accepted. SANAC reserves the right at any time to withdraw or alter this advertised opportunity|