Community Response and Systems – (CRS) Capacity Development of Community Based Organisations

Request for Applications (RFA)

The Community Response and Systems (CRS) module has a capacity building and mentorship component to Civil Society Organisations (CSOs). BZ will provide capacity building to CSOs that are led by and work closely with people with TB, people living with HIV (PLHIV), key populations (sex workers, Men who have Sex with Men [MSM], People Who Inject Drugs [PWID], and Transgender people [TG]) as well as vulnerable groups Adolescent Girls and Young Women [AGYW].

Beyond Zero therefore invites non-profit organisations interested in strengthening their organisation’s capacity to apply to be considered for training, mentoring, supportive supervision, mentoring and technical assistance

Module 4: Community Response and Systems – (CRS) Capacity Development of Community Based Organisations

Global Fund Grant Period: April 1st 2019 – March 31st 2022

Reference Number: RFA-BZ-GF_CRS0004/JULY/2019

Submit application and supporting annexures to gfapplications@beyondzero.org.za before the deadline of 13th August 2019 at 17H00 CAT.

Hand delivered applications can be dropped in the Tender Box before the deadline of 13th August 2019 at 17H00 CAT to the following addresses:

Free State Province– 7 Brill Street, Westdene, Bloemfontein, 9301

Eastern Cape Province– 110 Moore Street, Quigney, East London 5247

Limpopo Province– 2 Biccard Street, Unit no. 1, Polokwane, 0700

BZ CRS RFA – Advertisement 190731BZ Global Fund RFA CRS CSO Capacity Development Application 190731

Capacity Development Application amendment 1 of 12-08-19


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). The Principal Recipients (PRs) AFSA, Beyond Zero and NACOSA funded by the Global Fund are seeking services of a qualified service provider to: procure, warehouse, store and distribute health products to 20 Districts within eight South African Provinces. The service provider must also provide ongoing site assessment –at the delivery point. The programme duration is: Apr 2019 – Mar 2022.

How to apply
Suitably qualified South African pharmaceutical enterprises meeting the eligibility criteria and with relevant experience can apply by submitting a detailed proposal with required documentation as outlined in the Terms of Reference (see link below).

All proposals should be hand-delivered to: SANAC Offices at: 333 Grosvenor Street, Hatfield Gardens, Block E, 2nd Floor, Hatfield, Pretoria; by Friday, 29 November 2019, no later than at 12h00 (noon) South African standard time.

For relevant documents, click on the links below:


Proposal briefing
A non-compulsory briefing will be held on 28 October 2019 at SANAC Offices at 333 Grosvenor Street, Hatfield Gardens, Pretoria 12h00 to 13h30

Questions about this tender may be submitted by email to: psm@nacosa.org.za with “RFP-PSM-20190828 Tender Query” in the subject line. The deadline for questions is Monday 4 November 2019. No personal communication with NACOSA, Beyond Zero or AFSA staff, about the proposal, will be entertained.

Important note
PRs reserve the right to amend this RFP, at any time prior to the RFP closing deadline. Any amendment issued shall be part of the RFP and shall be posted at the following website: https://www.aids.org.za/. It is the responsibility of the Bidder to visit and consult the relevant website, regularly, to ensure that it is aware of any amendment to the RFP.

Call for proposals: District service mapping of prevention programmes for men who have sex with men and transgender people in South Africa.

Beyond Zero (BZ) seeks to appoint a service provider to develop a map of services in each district included in the Programme. It is expected that the map will help BZ, Sub Recipients (SRs) as well as their Sub sub Recipients (SSRs) to strategically plan their prevention and education services and better refer Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) and Transgender Gender (TG) people living with or at risk for HIV, TB, STIs and other related services.

The service provider will be required to support sub-recipients to conduct district-level mapping, to identify and map relevant district level needs, community characteristics and size, infrastructure (including online and offline spaces, clinical and non-clinical services and stakeholders) required for effective implementation of packages of interventions proposed in the Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) and Transgender Gender (TG) modules in the South African HIV/TB Global Fund grant to the period of 2019-2022.

All proposals should be hand-delivered to Beyond Zero, 110 Moore Street, Quigney East London, Eastern Cape by 20 November 2019, no later than 12h00 (noon) South African standard time.

For detailed information, ToR and application procedures, follow the link below:

ToR – MSM-TG mapping_Final_06_Nov_2019

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