Below is a list of open tenders for Project HOPE. You are welcome to bid for any open tenders as is suitable for you with the contact information provided. Please review opportunities below.
Third-Party Evaluation of Humanitarian Assistance Programming in Haiti
Opening Date: 23 Aug 2023
Closing date & time: 21 Sept 2023 17:00 EST
ITT/RFQ reference number (must be cited in offer): HQ-HAITI-CHOLERA-071323
Tender Type: International
Title of Open Tender: Third-Party Evaluation of Humanitarian Assistance Programming in Haiti
Category: Evaluation Contractor
Project HOPE seeks to engage a third-party contractor to undertake an external project performance evaluation for the purpose of assessing progress to date and areas for improvement to maximize achievement of the program results. The evaluation will form a component of the project’s overall M&E Plan and will utilize baseline data as one of the sources of information. The evaluation is planned for the beginning of the final fourth quarter of the grant period, beginning in November 2023, to allow for adequate capture of performance information at the time of the evaluation, as well as to allow sufficient time to incorporate any recommendations resulting from the evaluation in the remaining period of the project.
To view the full Scope of Work, please click HERE.
To review evaluation information, please click HERE.
Recruitment Agencies for Staff in 5 Northern Africa Countries: Morocco, Mauritania, Tunisia, Libya, and Algeria
Opening Date: 5 Sept 2023
Closing date & time: 22 Sept 2023 15:00 EST
ITT/RFQ reference number (must be cited in offer): PHN-RFP019/23
Location: Morocco, Mauritania, Tunisia, Libya, and Algeria
Tender Type: International
Title of Open Tender: Recruitment Agencies for Recruiting Project HOPE Namibia North Africa Saving Lives & Livelihoods Project Staff in 5 Northern Africa Countries: Morocco, Mauritania, Tunisia, Libya, And Algeria
Category: Recruitment Agencies
Description: Saving Lives and Livelihoods (SLL) is an Africa-wide partnership between MasterCard Foundation, the Africa CDC, all African Union (AU) Member States and several Africa-based implementing partners, including Project HOPE Namibia (PHN). SLL aims to increase African Union (AU) Member States’ COVID-19 vaccination capacity by helping to establish new or bolster existing COVID-19 Vaccination Centres (CVCs) in African countries, thereby achieving 60% vaccination coverage among eligible populations. Project HOPE Namibia (PHN)’s North Africa Saving Lives and Livelihoods (NASLL) project component supports the provision of training, additional health workers and supplies to operate fixed CVCs and mobile outreach vaccination teams. PHN and its partners will work with Ministry of Health in the respective countries and existing CVC managers to create surge staffing plans for each CVC and mobile outreach team, train health worker cadres of and in, the process, boost national EPI (Expanded Program of Immunization)’s capabilities to administer vaccines while ensuring adequate data collection, monitoring, tracking, information systems (including electronic health information systems) as well as the necessary tools for data collection, analysis and reporting are in place. NASLL’s 3-year project agreement was signed 1st October 2022 and provides funding of approximately USD 17.9 million over the life of the project.
To ensure PHN’s NASLL project can quickly commence strengthening capacity of vaccination programs in the target populations across North Africa, and PHN has commenced its official registration process as a Foreign NGO in 5 Northern Africa Countries: Morocco, Mauritania, Tunisia, Libya, and Algeria. While that process is being pursued to attain full registration, PHN requires the services of an accredited Recruitment Agency to recruit selected staff, deploy them in the 5 Northern Africa Countries and perform all their payroll functions. Once PHN is officially registered, these recruited staff will be transitioned to PHN’s official payroll. This SOW will represent an integral part of a tender soliciting competitive bids from 5 Northern Africa countries Recruitment Agencies recommended to PHN. PHN’s Procurement Committee will approve the winning bid, after which PHN will sign a contract with the selected Recruitment Agency in each country or as appropriate
To view the full Request for Proposal please click HERE.