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The USAID Tuberculosis South Africa Project (TB SAP) is issuing a request for quotes (RFQ) for the maintenance and further development of a mHealth Application for Infection Prevention and Control.

We are seeking an organization to take over the development and maintenance of the ConnecTB platform that has already been developed as a web portal and as two complimentary Android applications. The RFQ provides additional information regarding the requirements.

Please download the full RFQ for more information.

Submission deadline: February 13, 2017

Please contact Dr. Panganai Dhliwayo at PanganaiD@urc-sa.com

The USAID Tuberculosis South Africa Project (TB SAP) is issuing a request for quotes (RFQ) for the development of an Android application and web-based portal for Infection Prevention and Control.

We are seeking an organization to develop these applications based on formerly developed IPConnect pages. The RFQ provides additional information regarding the requirements.

Please download the full RFQ for more information.

Submission Deadline: February 15, 2017

Please contact Dr. Panganai Dhliwayo at PanganaiD@urc-sa.com

The USAID Tuberculosis South Africa Project (TB SAP) is issuing a request for quotes (RFQ) for media planning and booking television and radio air time for a communication campaign on tuberculosis (TB).

The RFQ provides additional information regarding the requirements.

Please download the full RFQ for more information.

Submission Deadline: February 13, 2017

Please email RFQ@urc-sa.com with any questions.

Grantee Spotlight

Since 2009, TB Program South Africa has provided 85 grants to 67 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in all nine provinces in South Africa. The project is currently on its 4th wave of funding, and more grantees are being added all the time.

Many grantees have pioneered innovative models of service delivery and community outreach, such as injection teams for MDR-TB patients and door-to-door TB and HIV screening, which can serve as models for other organizations working to combat TB and TB/HIV throughout the country, particularly among vulnerable and hard-to-reach populations.

To learn more about the TB Program South Africa Small Grants Program, check out the grantee spotlight booklet: here.

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