1. Background: 

 The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria was established in 2002 to provide additional funding to programmes and interventions targeted to tackle AIDS, TB and Malaria in resource constrained countries. The Global Fund provides additional resources to support resource constraint countries to implement its national plans and meet its health goals towards achieving the Universal Health Coverage (UHC). 

The Global Fund (GF) has been supporting Nigeria in the strengthening and scale up of health care services in the area of HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria for over a decade. Through the Global Fund grants, there has been an increased access to HIV treatment thereby reducing the number of AIDS-related deaths in both adults and children. The availability of the global fund grants has improved service provision, capacity building among health workforce and infrastructures at all levels including private sectors. The provision of additional resources has enabled enhancement of the national health information system. 

The RSSH grant is targeted towards more effective coordination and strengthening of the health sector as well as promoting ownership and sustainability. It supports interventions that will improve program efficiencies across the six-health system building blocks: Governance, Health information management system, supply chain management, laboratory services, financial management, community system and infrastructure.  

The grant is aimed at providing strategic opportunity to the implementation of the NSHDP 2 goals towards achieving the Universal Health coverage and Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Majority of the intervention supported by the Global Fund are health and health related interventions. The Federal and state ministries of health are considered a major stakeholders.   

The current grant covers Health Management Information System (HMIS), Laboratory System strengthening, Procurement and Supply Chain Management (PSM), Community Systems Strengthening.  

NACA is the principal recipient for the RSSH II and seeks to engage a qualified consultant to conduct a baseline, midterm & End-line assessment on the project.  


  1. The specific roles and responsibilities of the consultants are as follows: 


  • Design the appropriate methodology for the assessment. 
  • Develop questionnaires for data collection. 
  • Provide training for data collectors. 
  • Provide regular feedback and update to the RSSH Project team. 
  • Lead the process of data collection, analysis and report writing. 
  • Supervises the data entry and analysis. 
  • Abstraction of information from the DHIS 2. 
  • Produce reports.  



  1. Required Expertise for Baseline, Midterm &  End-line Assessment Consultants. 

Consultant 1 – Lead Consultant 

  • Advanced degree (M.Sc./M.Phil. or Ph.D.) in social science, Epidemiology, public health, biostatistics, or other relevant qualification 
  • Candidate must have 18 years and above post-graduation experience 
  • The Consultant must have previous experience in conducting evaluation activities 
  • Knowledge and practical experience working in the previous in HSS/RSSH projects is mandatory. 
  • Strong background in Monitoring & Evaluation and programming is essential 
  • Excellent analytical and report writing skills 
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills including ability to facilitate and work in a multi-disciplinary team.  
  • Have strong background on Quantitative and qualitative research methods 
  • Facilitate meetings during the process of the assessment 


Consultant 2- DHIS 2 Specialist 

  • Advanced degree (M.Sc./M.Phil. or Ph.D.) in social science, Epidemiology, public health, Biostatistics, or other relevant qualification 
  • Candidate must have 15 years and above post-graduation experience 
  • Knowledge and practical experience working in the previous in HSS/RSSH projects is mandatory. 
  • Must have a strong understanding of the DHIS 2 Setup and experience in nationwide DHIS 2 rollouts. Previous or current experience working with Federal Ministry of Health is an added advantage.  
  • Excellent analytical and report writing skills 
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills including ability to facilitate and work in a multi-disciplinary team.  


  1. Duration: 


The duration for the activity is 40 days for Baseline and Midterm assessment and 50 days for the End-line assessment. 




The Request for Proposal (RFP) can be downloaded from this link;  




The detailed Proposal must be in English Language and submitted in three (3) hard copies each (one original & two copies) of the requested documents and proposal. The documents shall then be enclosed and sealed in one (1) single outer envelope, and clearly marked at the topmost right corner “Baseline, Midterm & End-Line Assessment of the RSSH-II Thematic Areas” and the Name, Address, Email and Phone Number of the Consultant boldly written at the back of the envelopewith acknowledgement to NACA office at the address below. 

  1. Deadline for Submission: The deadline for the submission of proposal should not be later than 12 noon of Thursday 7th October 2021. The submission (s) received will be opened immediately after closing at NACA Conference Room in the presence of consultants that choose to attend. 




Head Procurement  

National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA)   

Ground Floor Room 1.08 

No. 3 Zinguinchor Street, Beside AEDC Office, Wuse zone 4, Abuja  

Tel: +234-9-4613726-9 Fax: +234 94613700 




You can submit via email below: 

Email: [email protected] 



You shall get acquainted with the global fund code of conduct for suppliers using this link below: https://www.theglobalfund.org/media/3275/corporate_codeofconductforsuppliers_policy_en.pdf 

Accepting this invitation shall serve as an acknowledgement and agreement to abide by the Global Fund Code of Conduct for Suppliers. 


  2. i. Late submissionswill not be accepted. 
  3. NACA shall verify any or all documents and claims made by applicants and will disqualify  consultants with falsified documents and claims. 

iii. If it is determined that submitted documents and claims have been falsified, the consultant may face prosecution in a court of Law. 

  1. NACA shall not be held responsible for anydisqualifiedproposal as a result of any omission or deletion relating to the submission guidelines. 

iii. This advertisement shall not be construe a contract to any Consultant, nor shall it entitle any Consultant submitting documents to claim any indemnity from NACA. 

  1. NACA is not bound to shortlist anyConsultant, and reservesthe right to annul the bidding process at any time without incurring any liabilities or providing reason. 





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