South Africa

TB in Mines

   In 2015, USAID TB CARE II project began an initiative to address TB in miners in the Southern African Region.  The overall objective is to improve detection and management of TB and other co-morbidities among the mine workers and their families.  This would also help to control the spread of TB and reduce new incidences of TB.

Midwives in Kwa-Zulu Natal Pledge to Fight TB in Children and Pregnant Women

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During a June summit in Hluhluwe, 300 midwives from Kwa-Zulu Natal Province, South Africa pledged to play their role in fighting tuberculosis (TB) among children and pregnant women.  The summit, entitled “No Women or Child in KZN Should Die from Preventable Causes”, was hosted by the Provincial Department of Health and supported by the USAID TB CARE II Project and other partners.  It was designed to highlight how TB affects pregnant women and discuss the crucial role that midwives can play in reducing maternal morbidity and mortality.  

TB CARE II South Africa Request for Quotes (RFQ):Production of Video Documentary on TB and Meningitis

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The USAID TB CARE II South Africa Project is seeking an organization(s) for the production of a documentary on TB and Meningitis and the development of mascot . The TB CARE II South Africa Project is implemented by University Research Co., LLC (URC) with funding support from United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The project works closely with the South African National Department of Health (DoH) and other stakeholders to support the government’s health sector reform through the expansion of quality and accessible TB services.

TB CARE II South Africa Request for Quotes (RFQ): Production of TB CARE Children Mascot

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The USAID TB CARE II South Africa Project is seeking an organization(s) for the production of the development of a mascot to aid treatment success among children with MDR TB. The TB CARE II South Africa Project is implemented by University Research Co., LLC (URC), with
funding support from United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The project works closely with the South African National Department of Health (DoH) and other stakeholders to support the government’s health sector reform through the expansion of quality
and accessible TB services.

TB CARE II South Africa Terms of Reference for Materials Development Consultancy

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The USAID-TB CARE II Project managed by the University Research Co. (URC) is looking to recruit the services of a consultant to support the development of IEC materials and a toolkit on TB that can be used to support the advocacy, communication and community mobilisation efforts of the USAID TB CARE II Project in South Africa.

TB CARE II South Africa Terms of Reference for Qualitative Research for Strategic Communication Programmes

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The USAID-TB CARE II South Africa Project is looking for a qualitative research agency to conduct a qualitative research to inform the development of strategic communication programmes being undertaken in support of the USAID-TB CARE II South Africa Project for the period 15 February 2015 to 30 June 2015.

TB CARE II South Africa Terms of Reference for Implementation of Project's Communication Campaigns

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USAID TB CARE II South Africa Project is seeking quotes from an external PR company to assist with the strategic development and implementation of below the line communications to support these campaigns, extend their audience reach and ensure that the information contained within them is made accessible to the widest possible audience on all appropriate media platforms.

TB CARE II South Africa Request for Quotes (RFQ): Creative Materials on TB/Diabetes

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The USAID TB CARE II South Africa Project is seeking an organization for the production of creative broadcast materials (TV and radio) targeting key TB/Diabetes messages.  Materials must be developed in English and the organization must have the ability to translate the materials as specified below.  The USAID TB CARE II South Africa Project is implemented by University Research Co., LLC (URC) with funding support from United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

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