The purpose of this RFP is to select a suitable contractor as a consultant to develop tools to guide prevention programme design decisions on oral and/or topical ARVs, as part of a WHO and UNAIDS project entitled “ARV-based HIV prevention technologies: Setting the stage for introduction and scale up”, for an initial period of six months, with the possibility of renewal for up to an additional period of one year, if duties are performed to the level of satisfaction.
The provider is expected to exhibit technical expertise and excellent understanding of the technical basis for PrEP and the clinical and public health issues arising from its introduction. The provider should also have good experience in coordinating partnership development and consensus development processes.
The proposed period for the consultancy is for a probationary period of six months, from March to August 2014, renewable for up to an additional period of one year, if duties are performed to the level of satisfaction.
The proposed work needs to fit within the ongoing work of the WHO HIV department and with the UNAIDS Science Panel team. Over the next 18 months, it is envisaged that an average commitment of 3-5 days per week (0.6 -1.0 FTE) will be required on a flexible basis. Time spent on duty travel will be included in the days included in the contract.
RFP Reference: RFP-2014-04
Closing Date: Fri, 7 March 2014
Revised Date: Wed, 19 February 2014
Reason for revision: Extension of tendering period for additional 2 weeks. Closing date changed from 21-February to 7-March 17:00hrs Geneva Time
The responsibilities of the Communications and Global Advocacy department within UNAIDS includes effectively positioning UNAIDS and our issues with key audiences, and to create, manage and share knowledge with partners and potential partners in the AIDS response.
This Expression of Interest (EOI) is published to identify individuals or organizations interested in submitting their offers to a Request for proposals exercise.
The future contract would cover multiple assignments during the contractual period, where each assignment is expected to be delivered between two to five days from the date it is requested with frequent prioritized interactions and usually a fixed deadline, defined by the nature of the task, agreed to at the beginning of each assignment.
UNAIDS has estimated a potential volume of work of about 42 two-working days assignments per annum for photography services and 29 two-day assignments each per annum for video production services during the contractual period.
Following the results of the EOI, a Request for Proposals will be published with refined terms of reference (TOR) based on feedback received in the EOI. Participation in the EOI does not guarantee been eligible for participating in the RFP nor it eliminates other potential bidders from participating in the RFP, however it allows UNAIDS to establish a contact for communicating the launch of the RFP and assess the geographic coverage of interested suppliers.
Please consult the document below for all details. UNAIDS has provided a response document published below to submit your expression of interest.
RFP Reference: EOI-2014-02
Closing Date: Fri, 31 January 2014
The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to enter into a contractual agreement with a successful bidder to document promising HIV prevention programs for sero-discordant couples in Sub-Sahara Africa
A consultancy is required to document promising HIV prevention programs for sero-discordant couples in Sub-Sahara African countries. The consultancy’s deliverable must show how the different countries have selected and combined different interventions for optimal prevention outcomes for discordant couples, how those interventions were managed and financed and indicate the estimated prevention reach of the program.
The deliverable of the consultancy is a draft brief of promising country programs and projects on preventing HIV among discordant couples of 30-40 pages plus annexes.
For all details of requirements please refer to the Reqeust for Proposals document attached to this notice.
RFP Reference: RFP-2014-01
Closing Date: Fri, 31 January 2014
Revised Date: Fri, 10 January 2014
The purpose of this RFP is to select a suitable contractor to carry out the task of designing, producing, managing and dismantling the Joint UNAIDS Exhibition Booth at the XXth International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, Australia, 20-25 July 2014.
The XXth International AIDS Conference will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Center (MCEC) located in 1 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf 3006, Melbourne. The exhibition space during the conference will be open to the public from Sunday 20 July to Thursday 24 July 2014. An estimated 18,000 delegates will visit the exhibition area over the five conference days.
UNAIDS Secretariat is responsible for coordinating the engagement of UNAIDS at the conference and seeks to commission the design, production, management and dismantling of an exhibition booth to accommodate publications, electronic media and other display materials of the eleven Cosponsoring organizations and the UNAIDS Secretariat.
A floor space of 100 square meters will be allocated for the booth. The shape of the allocated space is not yet confirmed therefore the design could be either rectangle or square. Flexibility in the design and cost are highly recommended.
RFP Reference: RFP-2014-03
Closing Date: Mon, 10 March 2014
Revised Date: Wed, 26 February 2014
Reason for revision: Extension of tendering period from 3-March to 10-March 2014 due to delay in posting the answers submitted by potential bidders. New closing date is 10-March at 5pm Geneva time.