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UNDP partners with the Global Fund to Fights, AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (the Global Fund) to support and strengthen national responses to HIV, tuberculosis and malaria. The objective of this partnership is to ensure access to quality health services for all and to enable all those living or affected by the diseases to live healthy and productive lives while enjoying full social inclusion. The partnership leverages UNDP’s global mandate to strengthened institutions to deliver universal access to basic services and to rebuilding resilient and sustainable health and community systems in crisis and post-crisis settings.
In South Sudan, UNDP has been the Principal Recipient (PR) of Global Fund grants on behalf of the Government of South Sudan (GOSS) since 2004 when the Global Fund's Additional Safeguards Policy was applied limiting the role of national entities to function in this capacity. Since then, working in partnership the Ministry of Health (MOH) and other national stakeholders, UNDP has been managing the Global Fund's support for HIV, TB and Resilient and Sustainable Systems for Health (RSSH) programmes in South Sudan. This support is aimed at providing TB and HIV services and strengthening the country’s health and community systems. Under the current allocation period 2018-2020, UNDP as PR manages a grant portfolio of US$50 million and supports the MOH and other partners to implement HIV and TB programmes across the health sector.
In May 2020, the South Sudan Country Coordination Mechanism (CCM) submitted a Funding Request for the next Global Fund allocation period running from 2021-2023. The total value of the submission was US$71 million to sustain and expand HIV, TB and RSSH programmes. After receiving a positive review from the Global Fund's Technical Review Panel, negotiations will soon begin to finalise the grant agreement so that implementation may begin in January 2021.
To prepare for this negotiation, UNDP, as the PR for the new grant, is moving to put in place the necessary implementation arrangements. For this reason, it is seeking submissions from qualified non-governmental organisations and other registered entities in South Sudan to participate in the implementation of the grant as Sub-Recipients (SRs).
Due to Covid-19 prevention measures, applicants must submit electronic copies of proposals and support documents to the following e-mail addresses:
In order to make it easier to identify your submissions, when submitting your proposals and support documents, your e-mails should be entitled ‘Call for Proposals for Sub-Recipients_Name of Your Organisation’.
The proposal submission must contain the following (those that do not will be disqualified):
- Complete RFI questionnaire and supporting documents.
- Separate Technical and Financial Proposal (note: proposal shall be submitted in an electronic version. Financial Proposal must be submitted as a separate file encrypted with a password. None of the financial proposal data is disclosed in other documents of the submission. UNDP shall request the password for opening the Financial Proposal only from the Proposers who pass the Technical Evaluation as per the criteria established and disclosed in the call for proposals. The Proposer shall assume the responsibility for not encrypting the financial proposal).
- Audited financial statements for the previous two fiscal years, including management report and footnotes that accompany the financial statements.
.Submission must be received by 16:00 EAT/Juba on 7 September 2020. Late submissions will be rejected.
Applicants shall bear all costs related to proposal preparation and submission.
For additional questions about this Call for Proposals, please e-mail Karin.email@example.com
Note: UNDP reserves the right not to fund any proposals arising from this Call for Proposals.