Terms of Reference: SAfAIDS C3 referal directory

 

 

Terms of Reference

 

Programme: Find, Test, Treat, 4000 children 0-9 years living with HIV (FTT 4000)

                         

Task Purpose:

 

  • Collate and synthesize content from SAfAIDS and its partners on the C3 Service Directory
  • Design and layout the C3 Service Directory

                                                                                                                            

Issue Date:                 09 May 2019

 

Location:                    Consultant based in Zimbabwe

 

  1. Background

The FTT 4000 Programme is SAfAIDS 19 month’s intervention, in collaboration with Ministry of Health and Child Care (MOHCC), Aidsfonds and PATA/Positive Action for Children’s Fund (PACF) intended to Find, Test and Treat (FTT) 4000 HIV exposed infants and infected children aged 0-9 years in Zimbabwe. This programme will contribute towards achieving the 95 x 95 x 95 national targets, within the Start Free, Stay Free and AIDS Free Initiative and elimination of paediatric HIV by 2022 agenda of the National Paediatric and Adolescent HIV Response.                                                                      

 

2.    Purpose and Scope of Task

2.1       Purpose

The purpose of this task is to design, layout the C3 service directory having collated and synthesized content from SAfAIDS partners on the C3 Service Directory.

 

2.2       Scope  

  • Collate and synthesis content from SAfAIDS partners on the C3 service directory
  • Design and layout the C3 Service Directory                        

 

SAfAIDS will provide the Consultant with background information, through a virtual briefing and one on one meetings from 16 May 2019 up to the time the assignment will be completed. The SAfAIDS programmes team will support in gathering information from SAfAIDS partners and will provide technical guidance as necessary.

 

  1. Key Deliverables

The following are the key deliverables for this task:

  1. Creative brief for the assignment by 20 May 2019;  
  2. Draft directory, shared with SAfAIDS by 23 May 2019;
  • Incorporation of feedback from SAfAIDS and key stakeholders/reviewers identified by SAfAIDS by 27 May 2019;
  1. Sample with print specifications by 29 May 2019;
  2. The finalised service directory in print ready format by 31 May 2019.

 

 

4          Consultant’s Qualifications and Experience

The Consultant should have:

  • An understanding and experience in HIV programming
  • At least 8 years’ experience and expertise in designing programme IEC materials for use in HIV paediatric programming in Zimbabwe, with samples of designs
  • Experience in working with Civil Society Organisations and Government Ministries particularly MOHCC
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, including excellent spoken and written English
  • Flexibility, willingness to adapt and apply creative measures during the process of the Consultancy and
  • Clearly stated references for works previously performed.

 

5     Applications and Contracting

Applications are to be shared with SAfAIDS by 15 May 2019. These can be emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Applications must include (i) Profile and CV, (ii) At least 3 samples of previously related work, and (iii) a technical and financial approach for the Consultancy. Selected applicants will be engaged through a signed Contract which will outline terms of conditions, remuneration and deliverable timeframes for this Consultancy.