NACOSA : Request for Proposals: Global Fund Grant 2019 - 2022

Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
Opportunity closing date: 
Friday, 22 February, 2019
Opportunity type: 
Call for proposals

Request for Proposals

Global Fund Grant 2019 - 2022

NACOSA will manage the Global Fund grant for the implementation of four programmes addressing the HIV/AIDS and TB epidemic among key and vulnerable populations in selected districts of South Africa for the period April 2019 to March 2022.

NACOSA invites registered and suitably experienced South African civil society organisations based in the districts below to participate in this grant. Proposal requirements, formats and further details are contained in the four approved Requests for Proposals (RFP) which are available on the NACOSA website at:

The deadline for proposals is 13h00 on 22 February 2019.

Programme details are summarised below – the RFPs provide more details:

Programme Province District Main elements of programme
Sex Work
Gauteng West Rand The peer-led Programme’s scope of work includes:
  • Health services and support
  • Psychosocial services
  • Economic empowerment & other structural services

The foundation of the programme are bio-behavioural interventions – local level outreach including risk reduction information and education; HIV Testing Services (HTS) and a comprehensive package of Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH) services; linkage to treatment, the distribution of condoms and lubricants; recording of human rights violations; psychosocial support; economic empowerment opportunities and referrals to services.

North West Bojanala
Free State Thabo Mofutsanyana
Eastern Cape Amathole
Buffalo City
Nelson Mandela Bay
Alfred Nzo
KwaZulu Natal King Cetswayo
Limpopo Mopani
Greater Sekhukune
People Who Inject with Drugs
Gauteng City of Johannesburg The peer-led programme includes biomedical, behavioural and structural components with core and layered interventions as well as linkages. The programme seeks to provide individual rights-based services on the micro level and promotes PWID empowerment alongside community and organisational level interventions which support the structural interventions. This includes sensitising stakeholders, capacitating organisations and promoting networks and linkages between PWID and stakeholders/community.
Western Cape City of Cape Town
Eastern Cape Nelson Mandela Bay
KwaZulu Natal Ethekwini
Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW) Gauteng Tshwane The Programme offers a comprehensive package of services that aim to improve the health, psychosocial and socio-economic wellbeing of AGYW. The programme targets AGYW, in and out of school, aged 15-24 years, aiming to effect risk reduction, behaviour change and empowerment.
The package will be offered through 5 service delivery modalities:
  • Modality 1: Comprehensive Biomedical Services
  • Modality 2: School Based Interventions (targeting girls and boys)
  • Modality 3: Programmes Targeting AGYW Out of School and After School (targeting AGYW and YM&B)
  • Modality 4: Community-based Interventions (targeting norm change among men, boys, parents and caregivers)
  • Modality 5: Services to Higher Education Institutions (targeting youth)
North West Bojanala
Western Cape City of Cape Town
Community Response and Systems
Gauteng City of Johannesburg The Programme is aimed at supporting efficient and compassionate people, doing effective work within sustainable and accountable organisations. Non-profit organisations interested in strengthening their organisations can apply to be considered for technical and organisational development capacity building (incl. training, mentoring and technical assistance).
Organisations will have the opportunity to compete for small grants after 6 months on the programme.
West Rand
North West Bojanala
Western Cape City of Cape Town

For assistance in accessing application documentation, please email Mariette Williams at

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