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Evaluation: Community Systems Strengthening

NACOSA and AFSA are calling for proposals for an evaluation of the Global Fund Community Systems Strengthening Programme. The programme is funded as part of the Global Fund Investing for Impact against Tuberculosis and HIV grant. The purpose of the evaluation is to delve into the Networking and Coordination element of the programme to understand the progress made to date on achieving intended outcomes. The timeframe for the evaluation is September 2018 – February 2019. Download the Terms of Reference > Questions and Answers > Questions can be submitted to Michelle Stewart, NACOSA M&E Manager: proposals@nacosa.org.za Submission deadline: 08h30 on Monday, 10…

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Data Management Strategy Consultant

NACOSA is calling for proposals from consultants to develop a Data Protection Strategy that strikes a balance between individual privacy rights while still allowing data to be used for business and programmatic purposes. Download the Terms of Reference > The assignment requires: A desktop review of current, relevant NACOSA documents and programme tools for collecting, storing, retrieving and sharing personal information of programme beneficiaries Development of a detailed report on the findings from the desktop review against requirements for protection of personal information generated through the programmes Development of a strategy with supporting tools that would address the gaps identified…

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Evaluation of Peer Education

NACOSA is calling for proposals for an evaluation of peer education in the Global Fund Sex Work Programme.  The programme is funded as part of the Global Fund Investing for Impact against Tuberculosis and HIV grant. The primary objective of the evaluation is to understand whether the current peer education approach is an effective strategy to support sex workers so that they benefit from the programme. The timeframe for the evaluation is July 2018 – December 2018. Download the Terms of Reference > Questions can be sent to proposals@nacosa.org.za Please note: Deadline for submission has changed to 08h30 on Thursday,…

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Keeping Girls in School Programme Evaluation

NACOSA is calling for proposals for a programme evaluation of the Keeping Girls in School Component of the Young Women and Girls Programme funded by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria. The Keeping Girls in School programme seeks to provide a comprehensive package of health, education and support services for adolescent girls aged 14 – 18 years. The Programme combines different models of life skills–based HIV education with the aim of effecting behaviour change and empowerment for this key population, as well as offers HTS and SRH services. Programme evaluation organisations and practitioners with proven experience and the…

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Call for Proposals: Economic Strengthening

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ROUND 1 > QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ROUND 2 > The Global Fund has selected five Principal Recipients (PRs) in South Africa to implement a Young Women and Girls (YW&G) Programme, which includes an Economic Strengthening component. NACOSA, on behalf of four PRs (Kheth’Impilo, Soul City Institute, KZN Treasury and NACOSA) are managing this Call for Proposals. The YW&G Programme seeks to provide socio-economic development support and opportunities to young women, between ages of 19 and 24, to enable them to become economically active and independent citizens, thereby lowering the degree of vulnerability of them contracting and/or living with…

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End it now! Together in response to GBV & HIV

End it now! Together in response to GBV & HIV is a national conference to promote linking, learning and action on the state response to gender based violence (GBV), the interaction between HIV and GBV and the impact of GBV on young people. Organised by the AIDS Foundation of South Africa (AFSA) and NACOSA and funded by The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Venue: Premier Hotel, OR Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg Date: 24-26 October 2017 The Conference will address and link areas of focus and propose and analyse innovative models to improve understanding and approaches within the…

Making HIV testing accessible

HIV Testing Services are critical to the achievement of UNAID’s 90-90-90 targets as the gateway to a complete continuum of care. But for many people – particularly people from key populations like sex workers and men who have sex with men – the clinical setting is stigmatising and people are reluctant to disclose personal information to health workers. Others are not accessing testing and treatment because of poverty, rural isolation, family responsibilities or harmful gender norms and attitudes. The World Health Organization’s new guidance on HIV testing recommends the delivery of HIV testing by non-medical ‘lay providers’, often in community…