UNDP in Tajikistan announces Provision of Access to Harm Reduction Programs

Deadline: 1 August 2019

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in the Republic of Tajikistan is currently accepting proposals for Provision of access to Harm reduction programs (including NSEP and low threshold services) for PWID in Kulyab and Bokhtar regions of the Khatlon Oblast and GBAO (3 LOTS).

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This Call for Proposals (CFP) is specifically related to the UNDP’s HIV project. The Tajikistan Funding Request has been awarded by the Global Fund (GF) for the period of 2018 – 2020 aimed at reducing new HIV infection and integration of HIV services into primary health care, emphasizing rights-based approach for key populations in Tajikistan. The project will continue building up on the results and achievements of the previous HIV/AIDS grants and will focus on prevention, treatment, social support and removing legal barriers for improving access to HIV related services to key affected populations. People who inject drugs (PWID), Sex workers (SW), Men having sex with men (MSM) and prisoners are targeted by the project activities alongside the people who live with HIV (PLHIV).

Goal

The main goal of this Call for Proposals is to:

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  • Reduce new HIV infections among PWID;
  • To continue improve HIV care for key populations and PLHIV;
  • Improve critical enablers for KP and PLHIV (activities that are necessary to support the effectiveness and efficiency of basic program activities) in Tajikistan, through provision of access to HIV prevention services in GBAO, Kulyab and Kurgan Tube regions of the Khatlon Oblast of Tajikistan.

Objectives

The objectives of the Call for Proposal are:

  • PWID reached with comprehensive package of services through CSO run Trust Points (TP) and outreach;
  • Standardized communication materials on HIV prevention, legal protection and human rights for PWID distributed;
  • Peer educators and social workers are trained for on HIV prevention, and PWID case management;
  • Sterile injecting commodities and condoms are provided to PWID;
  • PWID referred to HTC and know their test results.

Geographical Coverage

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This Call for Proposals provides for submission of the offers by lots in line with geographical coverage below:

  • Lot 1: GBAO
  • Lot 2: Kulyab region of Khatlon Oblast
  • Lot 3: Kurgan Tube region of Khatlon Oblast

Eligibility Criteria

  • Criteria for determination of eligibility:
    • Only one applicant (CSO). The joint/consortium applications will not be considered;
    • The CSO legally registered in compliance with registration requirements of Tajikistan;
    • The CSO received United Nations resources in the past;
    • The CSO successfully implemented similar activities within three years in the same geographical location;
    • The CSO show basic financial stability in-country (core resources; funding trend for the current and prior three fiscal years);
    • The CSO can easily receive funds. Have no any major problems in the past in the receipt of funds;
    • The CSO work plans specify expected results and the activities to be carried out to achieve results, with a time frame and budget for the activities;
    • The CSO carry out and document regular monitoring activities such as project review meetings, on-site project visits, etc.;
    • The organizational structure of the finance and programme management departments, and competency of staff, appropriate for the complexity and the scale of activities;
    • The CSO have an accounting system that allows for proper recording of financial transactions from United Nations agencies, including allocation of expenditures in accordance with the respective components, disbursement categories and sources of funds
    • The CSO’s overall financial statements audited regularly by an independent auditor in accordance with appropriate national or international audit standards;
    • No any major issues related to ineligible expenditure involving donor funds reported in the audit reports of the CSO over the past five years;
    • The CSO’s financial management system is computerized;
    • CSO is registered and is active in the field (not less than three years)
  • Additionally, in case if a CSO intends to submit the proposals for multiple lots it shall meet the following minimum eligibility criteria:
    • Enough capacity to operate in the applied provinces/regions:
      • Human resources (relevant staff in place);
      • Availability of the regional branch offices;
      • Successful implementation of the similar activities in the applied regions within the last three years.

How to Apply

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Applicants must submit their proposals at the address given on the website.

For more information, please visit http://procurement-notices.undp.org/view_notice.cfm?notice_id=57630

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