Development of a Digital Platform for Virtualization of the Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVCY) Services during and post- COVID 19 period & Internal Information Management Systems
FHI 360 is an independent non-profit organization serving in more than 70 countries, committed to resolve critical social problems throughout the world. Its mission is to improve lives in lasting ways by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions for human development. FHI 360 was awarded a five-year, USAID-funded Capacity Development and Support (CDS) program to develop the organizational management, technical capacity and sustainability of local non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and South Africa Government (SAG) departments, to sustain an improved, expanded and country-led response to HIV and AIDS.
Scope of Work (SoW)
FHI 360 seeks to hire the services of a reputable bona fide registered South African organization to support on the assessment, development and maintenance of a digital Information Management Systems that respond to virtual and remote service provision as well as service provision documentation using community-based platforms that can be linked to the CBIMS database to support the management and reporting of individual level information. The organization will be expected to support FHI 360 on the two critical workstreams below:
Workstream 1: Development and Implementation of a Digital Platform for the Virtualization of OVCY Services
Under this workstream, the service provider will support FHI 360 in the identification and implementation of a practical and cost-effective virtual platform(s) and content standardization to maintain and continue support and service delivery of the OVCY program.
Workstream 2: Information Management System Assessment
Under this workstream the service provider will support FHI 360 with the assessment for the design and development of an integrated information system management solution. The organization shall perform needs assessment working with technical staff at project and implementing partner level to determine feasibility of development of new features and enhancements or modifications to existing features.
The service provider should have at a minimum the following requirements:
- Sound experience in the development of information systems and databases with specific regard to health management and data collection
- Ability to develop low-bandwidth, user-friendly mobile applications and digital interfaces that can be integrated to work with the health management solution
- Use of the latest technology and software to allow for system integration into the current IT environment
- Facilitate outgoing communication to program beneficiaries
- Ability to conduct training sessions on the use and maintenance of the system and develop customized training manuals
- Ensure that data quality and security are prioritized accordingly
- Ability to communicate with implementing partners and stakeholders with a high level of tact and diplomacy
- Data Science and Analytics
- Database Development and Management Information Systems
- Digital Innovation and Integration
- Virtual Training
- Digital Communication Platforms
- Data Security and Quality Assurance
- Health Informatics
A detailed RFP Document entitled “Digital Platform Virtualization of OVC Services” and any future amendments to the RFP can be downloaded from http://www.capacitydev.org. Questions should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org
and ensure the same subject line states. Questions relating to this RFP will be accepted until May 29,2020 at 17h00 and answers posted on the website on June 02, 2020.
All Proposals should be submitted by email to email@example.com by June 05, 2020, at 17h00 South African time. Please ensure the subject line states “Digital Platform Virtualization of OVC Services”. Late submissions will not be considered, and only selected applicants will be contacted and/or advised of the outcome.