The National Religious Association for Social Development (NRASD) in partnership with the National Department of Health, is calling for proposals for a process evaluation of the NRASD ART Adherence Programme funded by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria.
Programme evaluation organisations and practitioners with proven experience and the requisite qualifications in evaluation are invited to submit proposals. A detailed Terms of Reference is available at: www.nrasd.org.za.
The NRASD is one of the current six Principal Recipients (PRs) in the Global Fund Phase II Grant.
The Terms of Reference sets out the requirements for the process evaluation for the NRASD ART Adherence Programme. The timeframe for the evaluation is February 2016 – 31 March 2016.
The purpose of the evaluation is to assess the functioning of the NRASD ART Adherence programme as a whole. The key evaluation objectives are:
1. To evaluate whether the NRASD ART Adherence Programme is aligned with the national adherence policies, guidelines and programmes;
2. To capitalize the experience aiming at extracting lessons learned, good practices and recommendations for the future.
3. The evaluation process is also expected to provide an insight of key stakeholders and beneficiaries – their perception and acceptance of different project components.
The scope of the evaluation will be on the direct services provided to patients and impact on them and the evaluation includes all SRs and SSRs implementing direct services to patients.
Proposals are due to email@example.com by 22h00 on 10 February 2015. Late submissions will not be considered.