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   EAST KILBRIDE
   Jan 8, 2019
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Department for International Development
Abercrombie House, Eaglesham Road
East Kilbride
G758EA
Ali Stevenson
+44 13558433713
Alistair-Stevenson@dfid.gov.uk
https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-for-international-development
https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-for-international-development/about/procurement
International Aid
DFID Support to National Malaria Programme Phase 2 (SUNMAP2)
PO 7897
DFID wishes to appoint a Service Provider (also referred to as the Supplier) to manage implementation of the Support to National Malaria Programme phase 2 (SUNMAP2); which is to run for 6 years from October 2018 to Sept 2024. The programme is expected to run for 6 years, however DFID retains the flexibility to extend it for up to 2 additional years.
The programme requires a Supplier to work in collaboration with other partners and DFID programmes to reduce Nigeria’s Malaria burden and strengthen the government of Nigeria’s malaria control system to ensure long term sustainability. The service provider will coordinate the provision of a range of technical experts including public health specialists, malariologists, epidemiologists, and public financial management specialists across 6 states.
34159017.00
Programme to be delivered in NIGERIA.
SUNMAP2 will support DFID Nigeria’s 2016–2020 business plan vision “As part of a flagship partnership between the Government of Nigeria and the Government of the United Kingdom, DFID Nigeria will work at the federal and state level to support Nigeria to use its own resources to address the causes of and eliminate poverty ensuring no Nigerian is left behind”. It will contribute to DFID Nigeria’s Business Plan Strategic Objective 4 for bilateral programmes: Build the systems, public and private, to deliver basic services of health care, education, water and sanitation and nutrition to the poorest in the country”. This is aligned with the UK Aid Strategy and DFID Single Departmental Plan (SDP) Objective 4: Tackle extreme poverty and help the world’s most vulnerable, with commitments to save 1,4 million children’s lives, and invest to save lives from malaria. SUNMAP2 will also align with the DFID Nigeria business plan geographical targeting in fewer states and will actively collaborate with other DFID programmes, particularly those addressing governance, accountability and health systems strengthening, to facilitate long term institutional and transformational change.
DFID, through SUNMAP, provided significant support to the development of the latest Nigeria National Malaria Strategic Plan covering the period 2014 to 2020. SUNMAP2 has been designed to strengthen the management and technical capacity of the government and other key actors to drive the implementation of this plan and achieve its ambitious targets. This will translate in technical support embedded in Nigeria’s National Malaria Elimination Programme in the first years of the programme in the key areas of programme management and evidence generation and use and capacity building across all programme outputs.
The programme requires a Supplier to work in collaboration with other partners and DFID programmes to reduce Nigeria’s Malaria burden and strengthen the government of Nigeria’s malaria control system to ensure long term sustainability. The service provider will coordinate the provision of a range of technical experts including public health specialists, malariologists, epidemiologists, and public financial management specialists across 6 states. This service requires a total of  34 300 000 GBP over 6 years. The programme also requires the procurement of Commodities (primarily anti-malaria bednets, drugs and diagnostic tests) totalling 12 800 000 GBP. This has to be a flexible and adaptive programme to respond to the rapidly changing malaria landscape in Nigeria. Priorities will be reviewed with the DFID Health Advisor annually based on progress and evidence gathered by the programme and other partners in the country. The possibility to adjust interventions during the course of each year will be considered by DFID based on technical and/or management justification provided by SuNMaP II.
Technical Criterion
60
Commercial Criterion
40
The programme is expected to run for 6 years, however DFID retains the flexibility to extend it for up to 2 additional years.
The contract will be governed by English Law. Prices must be quoted in GBP. All payments for the contract will be made in GBP Sterling. DFID reserves the right to annul the process at any point and not award the contract.
Please note, ICPN stage documentation is included for review, these documents are classified as “Draft — to befinalised”.
2018/S 010-018483
DFID Support to National Malaria Programme Phase 2 (SUNMAP2)
2018-12-28
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Malaria Consortium
The Green House, 244–254 Cambridge Heath Road
London
E2 9DA
34300000.00
34159017.00
Gerry O'Connor, Department for International Development
Eaglesham Road
East Kilbride
G75 8EA
Gerry O'Connor, Department for International Development
Eaglesham Road
East Kilbride
G75 8EA
2019-01-07
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