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Tender: Printing & Distribution of Materials

CFP-01-PRE-02-2020 Recently added: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS > NACOSA seeks the services of a company to print and distribute Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) information and education communication (IEC) material across 8 provinces to our sub-recipients on our Key and Vulnerable Population Programmes. The PrEP IEC materials include posters, pamphlets, small booklets – all supplied print-ready PDFs.  An additional, once-off, print run of banners and T-shirts will be required as well for printing and distribution. A distribution schedule inclusive of delivery addresses and quantities per item is included in the terms of reference. TERMS OF REFERENCE > Questions can be sent by email only…


Tender: commodity vending machines

NACOSA partner on the Adolescent Girls & Young Women Programme, Higher Health, has issued a tender for the provision of vending machines to dispense the following commodities: Condoms: male (various scented or textured) and female (both ring and sponge variation) Lubrication (bottles) Dental dams Finger cots Pregnancy tests Sanitary towels For details please read the Terms of Reference Please note that the tender has been issued by Higher Health, NACOSA is not able to answer questions relating to it. 


Economic Strengthening Livelihoods

Request for proposals Reference: RFP-NAC-AGYW-2020-1 UPDATE: 3 additional Answers to Questions have been added. Also published below under DOCUMENTS. NACOSA seeks the services of an organization or institution to implement a pilot Economic Strengthening Livelihoods Programme focusing on the adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) who participate in the AGYW programme in three sub-districts of Tshwane (Urban); Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan (Peri-Urban) and Ehlanzeni (Rural), for a period of two years (01 April 2020 to 31 March 2022). For more information on the programme and how to apply, read the Terms of Reference. All the documents required are supplied under…


Tender: Mobile health vehicles

CFP-AGY-02-10-2019 This tender opportunity has closed. The winner is Mogul Medical Solutions. NACOSA seeks the services of a suitably qualified company to provide 7 (seven) mobile health vehicles, fully furnished and equipped with clinical equipment on a rental or purchase option.  Bidders are required to provide both options: purchase and rental in their quotes. The mobile clinic vehicles are needed across 2 Global Fund programmes: Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW) and Sex Work (SW) programmes. The description of each programme as well as geographic location is described below in section 2 and 3 respectively.


RFI: Working with OVCY in Ehlanzeni

Please note this RFI has been re-issued: NACOSA are looking for an implementing partner working with Orphans and Vulnerable Children and Youth (OVCY) in Mpumalanga Province: Ehlanzeni District. The project, funded by the American people through USAID and PEPFAR, aims to address HIV prevention and the spectrum of violence against vulnerable children and adolescent youth & young women using an evidence-based, ecological approach to provide interventions at the individual, family and community level. Programme activities include: Assessment of high-risk families for violence and vulnerability. Prevention of HIV and violence focusing on changing harmful socio-cultural attitudes, beliefs and inequalities through range…


Procurement of vehicle fleet

Please note that the successful bidders for the vehicle fleet are as follows: Nissan NP300 D/C bakkies:  Group1 Nissan Kuilsriver Honda 1.5 BRV Trend:  Honda Auto Bloemfontein QUESTIONS & ANSWERS Q:  Is this procurement buying or would Full Maintenance Leasing also be considered? A:  This is procurement buying.  No full maintenance leasing bids will be entertained. Q:  Please can you confirm the region for the following tender: Procurement of vehicle fleet A:  NACOSA’s head office is situated in Cape Town, and will be doing the procurement from here.  Please refer to the Terms of Reference for the estimated delivery addresses. Q: …

Consultants to develop standard operating procedures

NACOSA is a network of over 1,800 organisations collectively turning the tide on HIV, AIDS and TB. As a principal recipient of the Global Fund, NACOSA seeks the services of suitably qualified consultants to develop the following Standard Operating Procedures: Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW) Programme Conducting Risk Assessment dialogues with AGYW aged 15-24. Individual Counselling of AGYW aged 15-24 years. Group supportive counselling/work/debriefing with AGYW. HIV Testing Services demand creation including providing content on PrEP for AGYW. Sex Work Programme Providing psycho-social support to sex workers through individual counselling. People who inject Drugs Programme Recruitment of people who…

Tender: Biometric System

NACOSA, AFSA and Beyond Zero seek the services of a qualified service provider to develop and implement a comprehensive biometric-based information management system for the monitoring & evaluation (M&E) of the AGYW Programme funded by the Global Fund. The AGYW programme seeks to provide a comprehensive package of health, psychosocial and structural interventions to AGYW aged 15 to 24 years. The M&E system will be implemented across 12 sub-districts by all partners in order to collect data and track beneficiaries across all interventions offered by the programme. The service provider must provide ongoing support throughout the three-year grant (July 2019…

RFI: Violence Prevention in Ekhuruleni

Community-based Violence Prevention and Linkages to Response in South Africa in the Gauteng Province: Ekhurhuleni, Region South, North and East. NACOSA are looking for implementing partners working with Orphans and Vulnerable Children and Youth (OVCY) and Gender-Based Violence (GBV) survivors or both. Successful implementing partners will be required to ensure bi-directional linking of OVCY and GBV service provision in the selected geographic area. The project aims to address the spectrum of violence against children and adolescent youth & young women using an evidence-based, ecological approach to provide interventions at the individual, family and community level. Completed application forms must be…

Tender: Clean Injecting Equipment

In South Africa, People Who Inject Drugs (PWID) are identified as a key population, meaning that they are “a group of individuals that are most likely to be exposed to HIV and transmit it”.[1] People Who Inject Drugs are very vulnerable to HIV, TB and Hepatitis due to sharing of needles. The PWID programme will reach People Who Inject Drugs in seven identified districts across four provinces in South Africa. In order to reduce the vulnerability of the PWID population in the identified districts, NACOSA seeks to provide clean injecting equipment to the PWID population through this tender. DOCUMENTS Please…