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Integrated HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) Bio-Behavioral Surveillance (IBBS) in key populations in Somalia. LRPS-2016-912573

Mogadishu (Somalia)

NOTE: BIDDERS SHOULD SEND AN EMAIL TO SOMSUPPLY@UNICEF.ORG TO OBTAIN THE FULL RFP DOCUMENTS.

1.0 PROCEDURES AND RULES

UNICEF is the agency of the United Nations mandated to advocate for the protection of children’s rights, to help meet their basic needs and to expand their opportunities to reach their full potential. Guided by the Convention on the Rights of the Child UNICEF strives to establish children’s rights as international standards of behaviour towards children. UNICEF’s role is to mobilise political will and material resources to help countries ensure a “first call for children". UNICEF is committed to ensuring special protection for the most disadvantaged children.

UNICEF carries out its work through its headquarters in New York, 8 regional offices and 125 country offices world-wide. UNICEF also has a research centre in Florence, a supply operation based in Copenhagen and offices in Tokyo and Brussels. UNICEF’s 37 committees raise funds and spread awareness about the organisations mission and work.

1.2 PURPOSE OF THE RFP

The purpose of this RFP is to invite proposals from qualified institutional consultancy firms to conduct an Integrated Bio-Behavioral Surveillance (IBBS) for FSWs and their clients in HIV high prevalence locations in Somalia/Somaliland in order to inform and effectively reach Key Population with a tailored package of interventions as stipulated in the TOR.

1.3 FORECAST SCHEDULE

The schedule of the contractual process is as follows:

a) Closing date and time for submission of full proposal: 28/06/2016 at 10.00 a.m. Nairobi Time.

b) Award Notice: To be determined.

c) Signature of contract: To be determined.

1.4 RFP CHANGE POLICY

All requests for formal clarification or queries on this RFP must be submitted in writing via email to somsupply@unicef.org. Please make sure that the e-mail mentions the RFP reference number.

Only written inquiries will be entertained. Please be informed that if the question is of common interest, the answer will be shared with all potential RFP bidders.

Erasures or other corrections in the proposal must be explained and the signature of the applicant shown alongside. All changes to a proposal must be received prior to the closing time and date. It must be clearly indicated that it is a modification and supersedes the earlier proposal, or state the changes from the original proposal. Proposals may be withdrawn on written request received from bidders prior to the opening time and date. Bidders are expected to examine all instructions pertaining to the work. Failure to do so will be at bidder’s own risk and disadvantage.

1.5 RFP RESPONSE FORMAT

Full proposals should be submitted in English and must be received not later than 28/06/2016 by 10.30 a.m. Nairobi Time. Proposals received after the stipulated date and time will be invalidated.

The proposals should be submitted as follows:-

· Sealed Envelope 1: Technical proposal only without mention of the budget – the envelope should be clearly marked with “RFP No.; Name of Company; Technical Proposal”.

· Sealed Envelope 2: Financial Proposal - the envelope should be clearly marked with “RFP No.; Name of Company; Financial Proposal”.

· Sealed Envelope 3: Outer envelope containing the individual envelopes for Technical & Financial proposals – the envelope should be clearly marked with “RFP No.; Company Name”.

· Please remember to sign the “Request for Proposal for Services Form” on Page 3 of the RFP document and return together with the proposal.

Note: Proposals not submitted in this manner will be invalidated.

BIDS may be hand-delivered or sent by Courier to:-

UNICEF SOMALIA SUPPORT CENTRE OFFICE,

UN GIGIRI COMPLEX, BLOCK Q, GROUND FLOOR

P.O. Box 44145-00100

Nairobi

Bidders are requested to provide details (Name/ID No.) of the persons delivering a day in advance by sending an email to somsupply@unicef.org to facilitate clearance to enter the UN complex.

Due to the nature of this RFP, there will be no public opening of proposals and responsible officers will open technical proposals when the specified time has arrived.

1.6 BIDDER RESPONSE

1.6.1 Formal submission requirements

The formal submission requirements as outlined in this Request for Proposal must be followed, e.g. regarding form and timing of submission, marking of the envelopes, no price information in the technical proposal, etc.

1.6.2 Mandatory criteria

All mandatory (i.e. must/have to/shall/should/will) criteria mentioned throughout this Request for Proposal have to be addressed and met in your proposal.

All references to descriptive materials should be included in the appropriate response paragraph, though the material/documents themselves may be provided as annexes to the proposal/response.

It is important that you read all of the provisions of the request for proposal, to ensure that you understand UNICEF’s requirements and can submit a proposal in compliance with them. The bidder must also provide sufficient information in the proposal to address each area of the Proposal Evaluation to allow the evaluation team to make a fair assessment of the candidates and their proposal. Note that failure to provide compliant proposals may result in invalidation of your proposal.

1.7 CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION

Information, which the bidder considers proprietary, should be clearly marked "proprietary", if any, next to the relevant part of the text, and UNICEF will treat such information accordingly.

1.8 RIGHTS OF UNICEF

UNICEF reserves the right to accept any proposal, in whole or in part; or, to reject any or all proposals. UNICEF reserves the right to invalidate any Proposal received from a Bidder who has previously failed to perform properly or complete contracts on time, or a Proposal received from a Bidder who, in the opinion of UNICEF, is not in a position to perform the contract. UNICEF shall not be held responsible for any cost incurred by the Bidder in preparing the response to this Request for Proposal. The Bidder agrees to be bound by the decision of UNICEF as to whether her/his proposal meets the requirements stated in this Request for Proposal. Specifically, UNICEF reserves the right to:

· Contact any or all references supplied by the bidder(s);

· Request additional supporting or supplementary data (from the bidder(s));

· Arrange interviews with the bidder(s);

· Reject any or all proposals submitted;

· Accept any proposals in whole or in part;

· Negotiate with the service provider(s) who has/have attained the best rating/ranking, i.e. the one(s) providing the overall best value proposal(s);

· Contract any number of candidates as required to achieve the overall evaluation objectives.

VALIDITY

Proposal must be valid for a minimum of ninety (90) days from the date of opening of this RFP and must be signed by all candidates included in the submission. For proposals from institutions, the proposal must also be signed by an authorised representative of the institution. Bidders are requested to indicate the validity period of their proposal in the Proposal Form. UNICEF may also request for an extension of the validity of the proposal.

1.8.1 Technical Proposal

The technical proposal should address all aspects and criteria outlined in this Request for Proposal, especially in its statement of work, terms of reference and paragraph 1.10 of this Request for Proposal. However, all these requirements represent a wish list from UNICEF. The bidders are free to suggest/ propose any other solution. UNICEF welcomes new ideas and innovative approaches. (NOTE: No price information should be contained in the technical proposal).

1.8.2 Price Proposal

The price proposal should be in line with the TOR, indicating overall/total cost of assignment and itemized budget.

1.9 PROPOSAL EVALUTION

After the RFP opening, each proposal will be assessed first on is technical merits and subsequently on its price. The proposal with the best overall value, composed of technical merit and price, will be recommended for approval. UNICEF will set up an evaluation panel composed of technical UNICEF staff and their conclusions will be forwarded to the internal UNICEF contracts Review Committee.

The evaluation panel will first evaluate each response for compliance with requirement of the RFP. Responses deemed not to meet all of the mandatory requirements will be considered non-compliant and rejected at this stage without further consideration. Failure to comply with any of the terms and conditions contained in this RFP, including provision of all required information may result in a response or proposal being disqualified from further consideration.

Evaluation Method

The evaluation method will be is the Cumulative Analysis evaluation (point system with weight attribution) which uses a total score from the combination of weighted technical and financial attributes,

TECHNICAL PROPOSAL

The technical proposals will be evaluated against specified criteria below. The total amount of points allocated to the technical proposal is 70 points and only technical proposals which receive a minimum of 40 points will be considered further.

Category/Points

1. OVERAL RESPONSE – Total 10 Points

Overall concord between UNICEF requirements and the proposals of the candidate organization / firm

(i) Understanding of, and responsiveness to the requirements of the assignment in terms of technical and expert services as per the attached ToR

(ii) Detail and thoroughness of the proposal in respect of the requirements of the ToR and assignment

2. STRATEGY/METHODOLOGY OF ASSIGNMENT – Total 25 Points

The Technical Offer including Work Plan and Approach, comprising of;

· Proposed design of the process, methodology, preparations and implementation of the analysis and program design process and description of how the consultant/institution or company is intending to carry out the tasks (e.g. how to organize the required staff/experts and support their activities in South Central Somalia, Somaliland and Puntland, schedule of planned activities, proposed implementation of the required work, etc.)

  1. Demonstrates clear understanding of public health supply chain systems in Somalia.

  2. Clear and effective methodology on how to successfully complete assessment.

  3. Clear and realistic work plan with activities.

  4. Clearly states how to ensure participation and inclusion of key stakeholders including government counterparts.

  5. Timetable with key deliverables.

3. TECHNICAL CAPACITY: Organization’s Background, Experience, Expertise and Other Attributes – Total 35 Points

Experience (16 points: 4 each)

The proposal should demonstrate:

  1. Extensive experience (minimum 5 years) in assessments / humanitarian supply chain management.

  2. Proven record and experience in design and implementation of supply chain assessment projects.

  3. Familiarity with Somaliland, Puntland or Central South and good knowledge of local Somali social, cultural, political, economic context

  4. Experience in complex emergencies or conflict-affected contexts preferred

Expertise (14 points: 7 each)

The proposal should include the CVs of two proposed candidates

  1. A senior consultant with an advanced degree in logistics and 8 years’ experience in conducting Logistics Assessments

  2. A junior consultant with a university degree in logistics, with 2-4 years’ experience in conducting Logistics Assessments

  3. Fluency in English for both.

  4. Salary commensurate with degree and experiences

  5. Position based in USSC with frequent travels to Somalia

· Other Skills and Attributes Required as per the ToR – where both consultants should possess (5 points: 1 each):

  1. Experience in facility and community health services provision in Somalia/Somaliland

  2. Experience in advocacy and policy dialogue with Ministry of Health

  3. Experience in trainings

  4. Experience in Behavior change Communication projects Experience in research (mandatory)

Financial Proposal

Bidders should provide a summary of clear and justified evidence of financial accountability, sufficient and consistent with project activities and goals and detailed breakdown of budget inclusive of professional fees, admin costs if any, travel costs (these shall be calculated based on economy class travel regardless of length of travel), DSA (these will be paid as per UN rates); etc.

(NOTE: bidders should provide an all-inclusive budget as successful company will be responsible for all project costs including security and insurance for its team members)

The total amount of points allocated for the price component is 30%. The maximum points will be allotted to the lowest price proposal that is opened and compared among those invited firms/institutions which obtain the threshold points in the evaluation of the technical component. All other price proposals will receive points in inverse proportion to the lowest price e.g.

Score for price proposal X = Max. score for price proposal x Price of lowest priced proposal/Price of proposal X

The currency of the proposal shall be in US Dollars. Invoicing will be in the currency of the proposal. The bidder will suggest a payment schedule for the Contract, linked to unambiguous Contract milestones. All prices/rates quoted must be exclusive of all taxes as UNICEF is a tax-exempt organization.

Weights: 70 Points Technical proposal; 30 Points Financial proposal

2.0 TERMS OF REFERENCE

Background

IBBS surveys worldwide are an essential component informing national HIV responses. These studies have been shown to be particularly useful in providing information on behaviors among sub-populations who are challenging to reach through traditional household surveys, but who are likely to be at higher risk of HIV infection or transmission, such as FSWs and their clients. It is recommended that these studies be undertaken on a regular basis, in order to provide trend analysis data for target groups in consistent geographical locations.

HIV sero-surveillance survey to track HIV prevalence overtime are regularly conducted in Somalia/Somaliland since 2004 by WHO and they show a low prevalence context. However, the sentinel surveillance did not target the key population who are at greater risk compared to the general population. Key Population (KP) in Somalia were defined by several formative research studies as Female Sex Workers (FSWs) and their clients such as uniformed services, fishermen and truck drivers who have high risk behaviors including low and inconsistent condom usage and low uptake of HIV counselling and testing. The only data available on HIV and STI-related risk behaviors and HIV and STI prevalence among key population are from two rounds of IBBS conducted both in Somaliland (only in Hargeisa) in 2008 and in 2014 showing that the HIV prevalence among Female Sex Workers (FSWs) is ten times higher (5%) than that among Antenatal Care (ANC) attendees (0.5%). Based on these findings, both the National Strategic Plan for the Somali HIV and AIDS response (2015 to 2019) and the new GFATM HIV grant for Somalia (2015-2017) redefined the target of the Behavioral Change Communication (BCC) strategy from general population to KP in order to prevent new HIV infections especially among KP through combination of HIV prevention interventions. One of the priority was to gather more evidence based information to design more appropriate interventions for KP to expand the study to understand possible risky population such as prisoners, FGM clients, SGBV victims, as such, a population size estimation and mapping of FSWs and their clients is currently ongoing in the three major towns of Mogadishu, Bossaso and Hargeisa.

Based on the finding from the mapping and size estimation exercise, it’s crucial that a follow-up IBBS be undertaken to establish a trend in HIV prevalence amongst FSWs overtime and set baseline for the first time for the clients of the FSWs as well as determine the prevalence in possible new at risk groups in Somalia/Somaliland. The findings will provide the national program with strategic information on current HIV and STI prevalence as well as HIV and STI-related behaviors and risks to facilitate linkage to HIV services and to provide information for targeted planning of programmes.

In this regard, UNCEF as the Principal Recipient for the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund) HIV NFM in Somalia, intends to engage an institution to carry out a HIV and STI Integrated Bio-Behavioral Surveillance (IBBS) for FSWs and their clients in hot spots in Somalia in order to inform and effectively reach KP with package of interventions.

Objectives:

  1. To set baseline to be able to track trends overtime of HIV and STI prevalence, risk behaviors and knowledge for FSWs in three Zones of Somalia/Somaliland.
  2. To set baseline of HIV and STI prevalence, risk behaviors and knowledge for “the new defined KP at risk” of HIV in the three selected locations.
  3. More specifically, to collect information related to socio-demographic characteristics; alcohol and smoking, injecting drug use and needle sharing behaviors; sexual behavior including knowledge and use of condoms; knowledge of transmission and prevention of HIV; knowledge and treatment of STI; access to available HIV and STI prevention, treatment, care and support services in the selected survey sites; experience of stigma, discrimination and physical, sexual and other forms of violence; and exploring the association between the risk behaviors and HIV and other specified sexually transmitted infections.

To provide recommendations to support HIV and AIDS interventions for FSWs and their clients’ in Somalia and how to strengthen access to critical prevention, treatment, care and support services for FSWs and their clients.

Description of the Assignment:

The study will be carried out in the high prevalence or high risk locations in the three zones determined by the ongoing key population mapping and size estimation exercise in Somalia/Somaliland. This study will be led by a Technical Working Group (TWG) including government, civil society, UN and other development partners to have an overall oversight of the process, coordinate the activities and provide operational guidance for the consultants. Ethical clearance will be sought from the government authorities prior to the survey. The Technical Working Group will ensure that study methodologies conform to standards and ethical practice. Moreover, the methodology and results will be reviewed and validate by a technical panel as part of JUNTA.

The institution is expected to carry out following activities within the set time period:

  1. Preparation work – Gather baseline / background information: examine the relevant background literature as regards HIV and AIDS in Somalia; including, policies and operational plans, reports of studies and interventions for the study population and any other relevant reviews, assessment and evaluations done by national or international organizations in Somalia and similar contexts; study and examine all tools, guidelines and scientific publications on research particularly, on mapping and size estimation among FSWs and their clients’ to inform preparation of background information and determination of appropriate methodologies for the study; meeting relevant persons including WHO and UNAIDS to guide protocol development, previous studies like the mapping and size estimation among FSWs in Somalia/Somaliland and the IBBs conducted in Hargeisa in 2008 and 2014..
  2. Prepare the detailed protocol and implementation plan including monitoring plan: prepare the detailed research protocol describing the methods in detail, data collection tools and formats, data collection plan etc. based on international guidelines and recommended standard methods and adapted to Somalia context; prepare the implementation schedule with timelines; plan for data quality, security and monitoring plan.
  3. Conduct an Integrated HIV and STI Bio-Behavioral Surveillance (IBBS) in key population in Somalia/Somaliland: after obtain ethical clearance from the relevant committees with support of the TWG; conduct field work maintaining quality and accepted norms and standards; conduct regular meeting with the TWG for consensus and resolving issues; prepare a draft report based on preliminary data analysis and submit to TWG for approval.
  4. Produce a comprehensive final report with recommendations to support HIV and AIDS interventions for FSWs and their clients’ in Somalia and how to strengthen access to critical prevention, treatment, care and support services for FSWs and their clients.
  5. Disseminate the findings to stakeholders both in Nairobi and in the three zones.
  6. Prepare the findings of the study in a format for publication in recognized international journals according to UNICEF policy and regulations.

Methodology and Technical Approach

The institution will work under the direct supervision of the HIV Program Manager, and in close collaboration with other UNICEF sections and zonal offices. In addition, the institution will coordinate with the TWG, national counterpart and other key stakeholders in HIV and AIDS response, GBV and protection programmes and will build the institutional capacity and will conduct the study in line with the Somali strategic framework for HIV and STI that was developed by the three zonal AIDS commissions.

The selected institution is expected to carry out a rapid situational assessment including an extensive literature survey and a desk review, to gather the baseline data and other relevant information. The institution has to seek, with the support of the TWG, ethical clearance from the government authorities prior to the survey.

The technical assistance will involve also travel within Somalia/Somaliland for implementation of the study and frequent consultations with relevant stakeholders who include; government institutions (Ministries of Health, National AIDS Commissions, other line Ministries), NGO partners and various UN agencies in each of the three zones in Somalia/Somaliland and those based in Nairobi. It will also be required that the institution undertake consultations with some community structures and groups and local NGOs in order to obtain some insight on how to incorporate community engagement programmes into FSWs and their clients’ activities. Feedback sessions will be set-up with various stakeholders, with debriefs in each of the zones but also to Health Sector Committee (HSC), UNICEF, and other interested parties in Nairobi.

The consulting organization is to recommend the study methodologies to engage and complete this TOR.

The methodology should be detailed out in the application addressing the objectives and following among other information:

  1. Based on the finding from the mapping and size estimation exercise and using same methodology to allow for comparability of findings;
  2. Sample size, sampling methods;
  3. Mechanism for monitoring;
  4. Assumptions, formulas used to extrapolate;
  5. Analysis plan / Dissemination plan.

The work plan and schedule of deliverables and reports will be agreed at beginning of the consultancy.

Deliverables:

The following are the expected deliverables for the study:

  1. Consultancy technical proposal and work plan, including monitoring and capacity building plan submitted;

  2. Inception report submitted;

  3. Draft study report following completion of field data collection;

  4. Power Point presentation on findings from the completion of the IBBS to partners and stakeholders in both Nairobi and in Somalia/Somaliland;

  5. Final study report following the receipt of comments on the draft report from partners including recommendations to support HIV and AIDS interventions for FSWs and their clients’ in Somalia and how to strengthen access to critical prevention, treatment, care and support services for FSWs and their clients;

  6. Final report of the consultancy highlighting the lessons learned and recommendations for future studies on KP in Somalia/Somaliland;

  7. Findings of the study in a format for publication in recognized international journals according to UNICEF policy and regulations.

Duration:

The assignment will not exceed 125 working days. The institution will be expected to commit himself/herself to undertake the assignment on agreed dates. This is a task-based assignment and the consultants/institution shall be expected to confirm availability within the agreed time frame.

Remuneration:

Approved consultancy fees will be paid on satisfactory completion of the deliverables as detailed below:

  1. Gather baseline/background information and prepare the detailed protocol and implementation plan including monitoring plan: (20%)
  2. Complete fieldwork (25%)
  3. Produce and share a comprehensive draft report (30%)
  4. Disseminate the findings and approval of final report by stakeholders (25%)

Qualifications requirements:

The desired institution will be able to demonstrate previous experience in HIV and STI Integrated Bio-Behavioral Surveillance (IBBS), working in complex environment and high quality reporting.

The following summarizes the key requirements:

  1. Experience in the design, management and analysis of the data;

  2. Demonstrated experience in conducting similar research with key population/most at risk populations for HIV/AIDS or experienced in health related survey research;

  3. Demonstrated capacity in the use of statistical packages;

  4. Very good command of English language as well as excellent facilitation skills;

  5. Knowledge and understanding of the UN system and capacity to promote consensus and establish positive working relationship. Integrity, tact, discretion and demonstrated sensitivity to cultural differences;

  6. First-hand knowledge of the socio-cultural, economic and political situation in Somalia will be an added advantage;

  7. Experienced in liaising with public officials and capable of responding rapidly to ad hoc requests for meetings under tight deadlines;

  8. Willingness to work in difficult circumstances and travel to Somalia/Somaliland

Conditions of work:

The institution will be spend some time in Nairobi, and travel to Somalia for field work according to agreed work plan to be developed at the beginning of the consultancy. The institution will be solely responsible for making their own travel and accommodation arrangements within Somalia/Somaliland *(*UNICEF can assist where feasible with contact details). The institution should provide their own working tools e g laptops to complete this assignment.

Administrative Issues:

For planning purposes and to provide a consistent set of parameters under which your response to this request for proposal can best be presented and evaluated, you should use the following assumptions in proposing activities under the scope of work:

UNICEF will sign a contract for 125 working days to be done within 6-7 months with the selected agency. The contract commence on the day of signature by both parties. The actual budget will be negotiated and will be pending availability of funds. We are interested in seeing how agencies can maximize the hypothetical budget across all the activities.

Proposal structure and scoring criteria

Technical proposal

The Technical proposal should contain:

  1. A brief background on the proposed project specifying the degree to which the firs and the individuals have collaborated on past assignments;
  2. A proposed approach or work plan that elaborates and/or improves upon the approach and outline provided in these TOR;
  3. A management plan that relates the team members to the tasks to be performed and describes each team member’s planned contribution to the analysis in person/days in Criteria and at home and according to task;
  4. Firm qualifications of each corporate member of the consortium;
  5. Full CV’s of each individual proposed to support the services;
  6. Gantt or bar charts detailing the duration of each task and the involvement of individuals over time.

Financial proposal

The financial proposal should contain:

  1. Fees breakdown: daily rates, number of days, by task of each member of the team;

  2. Expenses: meals, hotel, travel, incidentals, communication, production, facilities and other expenses anticipated for the study;

  3. Calculation of total costs.

The firms are asked to provide references for all past similar studies listed on curriculum vitae in the statement of the firm qualifications.

Full proposals should be submitted in English and must be received not later than 28/06/2016 by 10.30 a.m. Nairobi Time. Proposals received after the stipulated date and time will be invalidated.

The proposals should be submitted as follows:-

· Sealed Envelope 1: Technical proposal only without mention of the budget – the envelope should be clearly marked with “RFP No.; Name of Company; Technical Proposal”.

· Sealed Envelope 2: Financial Proposal - the envelope should be clearly marked with “RFP No.; Name of Company; Financial Proposal”.

· Sealed Envelope 3: Outer envelope containing the individual envelopes for Technical & Financial proposals – the envelope should be clearly marked with “RFP No.; Company Name”.

· Please remember to sign the “Request for Proposal for Services Form” on Page 3 of the RFP document and return together with the proposal.

Note: Proposals not submitted in this manner will be invalidated.

BIDS may be hand-delivered or sent by Courier to:-

UNICEF SOMALIA SUPPORT CENTRE OFFICE,

UN GIGIRI COMPLEX, BLOCK Q, GROUND FLOOR

P.O. Box 44145-00100

Nairobi

Bidders are requested to provide details (Name/ID No.) of the persons delivering a day in advance by sending an email to somsupply@unicef.org to facilitate clearance to enter the UN complex.

Due to the nature of this RFP, there will be no public opening of proposals and responsible officers will open technical proposals when the specified time has arrived.

Before applying, please make sure that you have read the requirements for the position and that you qualify.
Applications from non-qualifying applicants will most likely be discarded by the recruiting manager.
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  • Organization: UNICEF - United Nations Children’s Fund
  • Location: Mogadishu (Somalia)
  • Grade: Mid/Senior - Internationally recruited position - Mid/Senior level
  • Occupational Groups:
    • Public Health and Health Service
    • HIV and AIDS
  • Closing Date: 2016-06-28

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