Request for Proposals (RFP) for HS4TB Global TB Strategy – Leadership Engagement and Strategic Management

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Request for Proposals (RFP) for HS4TB Global TB Strategy – Leadership Engagement and Strategic Management

MSH has received a Task Order from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) under the Integrated Health Systems (IHS) IDIQ Contract to implement the USAID Health Systems for Tuberculosis (HS4TB) project. The purpose of the HS4TB Task Order is to support achievement of USAID TB outcomes through health systems strengthening approaches. The Task Order has two objectives, which form the basis for devising a coherent, overarching, interlocking solution for each country as it seeks to improve the organization and functioning of TB-related health systems in-country:

Objective 1:

Increase the ability of health system actors to use health financing to drive effective achievement of improved TB outcomes

Objective 2:

Increase the effectiveness of TB governance in-country, including the provision of solutions for countries with decentralized governance, investment, and allocation strategies that align with the local political landscape and meet the needs of modern TB service delivery, and improvements in the coherence and communication between different actors

The award described in this Request for Proposals will support two related activities:

Together with such related activities, they will make clearer the need, both to the global community and stakeholders in country, for (a) resource commitments and focus to fight global TB; and (b) more active participation of national leaders across government agencies and branches in health policymaking and governance.

Closing/Submission Date and Time: October 13, 2022, 6pm EDT
Estimated Period of Performance: December 2022 to May 2024
To receive modifications to the RFP, and for any questions related to it, please contact Elizabeth Mackenemacken@msh.org and solicitations@msh.org.

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