The AIDS Foundation of South Africa (AFSA) is a Durban-based NGO that acts as an interface between Donors and Community Based Organisations (CBO’s) working in the HIV/AIDS sector, by placing donor funds with strategically selected CBOs in South Africa, and providing them with ongoing, technical support & capacity building.
The South Africa Global Fund Country Coordinating Mechanism (GF CCM) is responsible for leading the implementation of HIV and TB programmes funded by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria (GF) in the country. The GF CCM has selected the AIDS Foundation of South Africa (AFSA) to be appointed by the GF as one of the four Principal Recipients (PRs) that will implement programmes funded by the grant, during Apr 2022 – Mar 2025.
Serving as a grant manager, the PR coordinates grants’ execution through sub-recipients (SRs), service providers and consultants as the main implementers of the GF programmes. AFSA’s programmes under the current Global Fund grant are implemented in 20 districts, across all nine South Africa’s provinces. Four core programmes are assigned to AFSA:
- Adolescents and Young People (AYP) programme
- Sex Workers programme
- Human Rights & Advocacy programme
- Community Systems Strengthening programme
AFSA is responsible for monitoring the activities of Sub Recipients as necessary to provide reasonable assurance that donor awards are used in compliance with laws, regulations and the provisions of grant and cooperative agreements, and that performance goals are achieved.
Amongst these programmes is the Covid-19 Response Management Programme which seeks to equip communities with the necessary tools they need to protect themselves against COVID-19. As COVID-19 attacks the body and mind — our rehabilitation efforts aim to restore the whole person, helping you return to your previous quality of life. Common impairments of COVID-19 include weakness, fatigue and shortness of breath with activity, and difficulty with walking and performing daily tasks.
The AIDS Foundation of South Africa wishes to appoint different service providers for the services provided in the table below. The deadlines to all the below TORs is set for 20 January 2023. AFSA reserves the rights to amend any of the TORs or to cancel such for any reason.
|Terms of Reference (TOR)||Description||Full TOR Download Links|
|RFQ for Psychosocial Support in North West Province||Seeking to appoint service provider, who, under the direction of respective DoHs, will provide psychosocial interventions to frontline workers in Health Care Facilities and Individuals in designated communities.||RFQ for Psychosocial Support in North West Province: REFERENCE: GLOPSYSUP001|
|TOR for Grant Consultants at SRs||It is considering this work that AFSA seeks services of a consultant to manage the Sub-Recipients.||TOR for Grant Consultants at SRs: REFERENCE: GLO03REQ08605|
|TOR for VfM Dashboard Systems||AFSA wishes to appoint a service provider to develop and implement a value for money dashboard.||TOR for VfM Dashboard Systems: REFERENCE: GLO03REQ08607|
|TOR for PCRR IEC Materials||AFSA seeks to appoint a service provider who will develop post COVID respiratory rehabilitation IEC Materials.||TOR for PCRR IEC Materials: REFERENCE: GLOCOVIDIEC|