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Long Term Agreement for Editorial Services in English and French

12/11/2014

The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to eenter into Long Term Agreement(s) of four years total period, namely an initial two years period, with an additional one + one year extension subject to acceptable performance and availability of budget, to carry out a range of editorial services, including editing and proofreading English and/or French language documents.

The consultant(s) proposed should, first and foremost, have extensive experience in the professional editing and proofreading of complex and technical material—knowledge of HIV issues is an advantage but not a requisite. 

The contractor will critically review, edit and revise documents in order that they express ideas clearly, are of a consistently high standard of quality and adhere to UNAIDS’ style and presentation. The contractor will be responsible for proofreading the layout of documents that he or she works on.

UNAIDS intends to grant Long Term Agreements with at least 6 qualified editors in English and 3 in French to have editorial capacity during critical periods of the year.

For all details of requirements please refer to the Request for Proposal document attached to this notice.

RFP Reference:

Email for submissions of all Inquiries: Bids@unaids.org
Subject: RFP-2014-33

Closing Date: Mon, 15 Dec 2014


HIV this month – Technical Editor

11/11/2014

The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to enter into a contractual agreement with a successful bidder and select a suitable contractor to carry out task of Technical Editor for the HIV This Month (HTM) digest at the UNAIDS Science Now, for a period of 12 months with a possible extension of another 12 months depending on performance and budget availability. 

The new UNAIDS Science Now where the HTM digest is hosted, aims to become the “go to” place for all of UNAIDS Geneva and field staff, co-sponsor organization staff, national AIDS offices, research institutions and possibly university students with an interest in HIV. HTM will contain abstracts or summaries of articles and reviews from scientific journals that are carefully filtered from a selection of more than a thousand articles and reviews over a period of one month. The HTM will also have occasional A4 page-long Features from guest editors.

To access previous issues of HTM, go to http://sciencenow.unaids.org/posts

For all details of requirements please refer to the Request for Proposal document attached to this notice.

RFP Reference:

Email for submissions of all queries: Bids@unaids.org
Subject: RFP-2014-32

Closing Date: Tue, 02 Dec 2014


Direct Support for Key Population Data Analysis and Presentation

06/11/2014

The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to enter into a contractual agreement with a successful bidder and select a suitable contractor to P) is to enter into a contractual agreement with a successful bidder and select a suitable contractor to provide support for the collection, collation, analysis and presentation of HIV and behavioral surveillance data for upcoming reports to the Programme Coordination Board and the Special Session of the United Nations General Assembly on the world drug problem as well as monitoring the new 90-90-90 targets.

This project aims to provide critical evidence for upcoming UNAIDS reporting to the PCB and UNGASS in part by filling gaps in data that go unreported to UNAIDS and/or Global Fund and synthesizing analysis of these new data with existing UNAIDS databases.

The successful bidder for this RFP will produce the following key outputs:

  1. standardized database that can be readily maintained by UNAIDS staff into the future,
  2. a digital library of grey literature reports on surveys of key populations, and
  3. a set of maps showing key subnational indicator data over time for 50 priority countries.

For all details of requirements please refer to the Request for Proposal document attached to this notice.

RFP Reference:

Email for submissions of all queries: Bids@unaids.org
Subject: RFP-2014-30

Closing Date: Mon, 01 Dec 2014


Implementation of the District Health Information System (DHIS) for monitoring of HIV-related programme coverage at national and subnational level in the context of the UNAIDS post 2015 agenda

31/10/2014

The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to enter into a contractual agreement with a successful bidder and select a suitable contractor to develop a function/module within the District Health Information System (DHIS) that can link HIV estimates and other input (denominator) data to HIV related programme data collected in country (i.e. ART, PMTCT and male circumcision) to calculate coverage at various subnational levels, as per national administrative divisions. This will enable a real-time monitoring of the post 2015 agenda indicators and the use of data for program effectiveness and accountability.

This consultancy has three key objectives:

1. Analyze UNAIDS requirements for a feature/module within DHIS, and make recommendations to UNAIDS on how best to integrate data and visualization needs identified in DHIS.

2. Update / revise the software based on these needs.

a. Refine import feature to input denominator data to DHIS.

b. Develop mechanism within DHIS to complete coverage calculations based on programme and denominator data inputted.

c. Develop data visualizations as per UNAIDS requirements.

3. Develop user guide.

4. Proposal for provision of support and maintenance of the module, where required.

For all details of requirements please refer to the Request for Proposal document attached to this notice.

RFP Reference:

Email for submissions of all queries: Bids@unaids.org
Subject: RFP-2014-31

Closing Date: Fri, 28 Nov 2014