RFP - to Develop AHANA IEC

Posted By: PLAN INDIA

Delhi

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Children/Youth and Volunteering

Job Description

Project Brief In 2015, Plan India as Principal Recipient/PR has received a grant from Global Fund, under the New Funding Model for implementing (Improving Access to PPTCT Services in Public Sector) to be implemented at 218 districts covering 9 states[1] in India. Objective of AHANA are Building skills among ANM & ASHA under general health system in PPTCT for increasing the uptake in sensitive manner. To conduct outreach and follow up of HIV positive women and HIV exposed infants Planned Activities Outreach activities across 218 districts covering 9 states Expanding IEC services (general population and pregnant women) with focus on behavior change and demand generation Facilitating HIV testing of pregnant women and linking them to PPTCT centers Facilitating linkage of positive pregnant women from ICTC to ART Facilitating follow up of HIV exposed children Objectives of the assignment The project envisages to develop project specific IEC which would help to attain the objectives of AH

Desired Candidate Profile

Others - Others

Time line Awarding of the contract – Third week of July 2016 Desk review – week time Need Assessment – 2 weeks Finalization – by August 2016

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:PLAN INDIA
  • About Organization:About Plan India Plan India, a member of Plan International Federation, is a nationally registered independent child development organisation committed to creating a lasting impact in the lives of vulnerable and excluded children, their families and communities.For over 35 years, Plan India and its partners have improved the lives of millions of children by providing them access to protection, basic education, proper healthcare, a healthy environment, livelihood opportunities and participation in decisions which affect their lives. Background India has the third highest disease burden of HIV in the world. Mother to child transmission of HIV is a major route of HIV infection in children (below 15 years). The Prevention of Parent to Child Transmission (PPTCT) programme was launched in 2002. The National AIDS Control Program Phase-IV (2012-2017), is committed to providing access to PPTCT services to all pregnant women.