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Partners and Implementing Mechanisms

Partner List

Mech ID

Partner Name

Organization Type

Agency

Funding Source

Planned Funding

7524

John Snow, Inc.

Private Contractor

U.S. Agency for International Development

GHP-USAID, GHP-State

420,000

7549

Partnership for Supply Chain Management

Private Contractor

U.S. Agency for International Development

GHP-USAID, GHP-State

32,525,383

9990

Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

NGO

U.S. Agency for International Development

GHP-State, GHP-USAID

0

10549

World Education

NGO

U.S. Agency for International Development

GHP-USAID

0

12290

Population Services International

NGO

U.S. Agency for International Development

GHP-State, GHP-USAID

17,216,513

12839

Zimbabwe Association of Church Hospitals

NGO

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

GAP, GHP-State

562,000

12862

University of Zimbabwe

University

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

GHP-State, GAP

850,000

12893

Research Triangle International

Private Contractor

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

GAP, GHP-State

1,400,000

13037

The International UNION against TB and Lung Disease (TB Care)

Implementing Agency

U.S. Agency for International Development

GHP-State

800,000

13063

National Blood Service Zimbabwe

Host Country Government Agency

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

GHP-State, GAP

700,000

13152

University of Zimbabwe

University

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

GAP, GHP-State

1,830,000

13173

Biomedical Research and Training Institute

NGO

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

GAP, GHP-State

800,000

13238

Zimbabwe National Quality Assurance Programme

NGO

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

GHP-State, GAP

1,200,000

13293

University of Zimbabwe

University

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

GAP, GHP-State

500,000

13294

Zimbabwe National Quality Assurance Programme

NGO

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

GHP-State, GAP

1,685,000

13320

University of Washington

University

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services/Health Resources and Services Administration

GHP-State

2,926,917

13401

University of Zimbabwe

University

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

GHP-State

425,000

13692

TBD

TBD

Redacted

Redacted

Redacted

13889

TBD

TBD

Redacted

Redacted

Redacted

13890

TBD

TBD

Redacted

Redacted

Redacted

13891

Department of State/AF - Public Affairs Section

Other USG Agency

U.S. Department of State/Bureau of African Affairs

GHP-State

205,000

13899

State/AF Ambassador's PEPFAR Small Grants Program

Implementing Agency

U.S. Department of State/Bureau of African Affairs

GHP-State

40,000

13911

TBD

TBD

Redacted

Redacted

Redacted

16515

TBD

TBD

Redacted

Redacted

Redacted

16516

TBD

TBD

Redacted

Redacted

Redacted

16519

Regional Procurement Support Office/Frankfurt

Other USG Agency

U.S. Department of State/Bureau of African Affairs

GHP-State

5,968,000


Implementing Mechanism(s)

Implementing Mechanism Details

Mechanism ID: 7524

Mechanism Name: USAID | DELIVER PROJECT (TO4)

Funding Agency: U.S. Agency for International Development

Procurement Type: Contract

Prime Partner Name: John Snow, Inc.

Agreement Start Date: Redacted

Agreement End Date: Redacted

TBD: No

New Mechanism: N/A

Global Fund / Multilateral Engagement: N/A

G2G: N/A

Managing Agency: N/A




Total Funding: 420,000

Total Mechanism Pipeline: N/A

Funding Source

Funding Amount

GHP-State

20,000

GHP-USAID

400,000



Sub Partner Name(s)

(No data provided.)


Overview Narrative

The DELIVER PROJECT designs, develops, strengthens and, upon request, operate safe, reliable, and sustainable supply systems that provide a range of affordable, quality essential health commodities including drugs, diagnostics and supplies to clients in country programs. Field missions are seeking supply chain systems that are designed to handle a range of health products, including contraceptives and condoms, essential drugs, and select commodities for HIV/AIDS, malaria, maternal and child health, and infectious diseases. This contract seeks to strengthen supply systems for all essential health commodities and create environments that are conducive to their sustainability. In Zimbabwe, the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT (DELIVER) supports the Zimbabwe National Family Planning Council (ZNFPC) in preparing forecasts and supply plans for male and female condoms for HIV prevention and for contraceptives. DELIVER designed and, in partnership with a DFID funded Crown Agents activity, assists the ZNFPC to implement the highly successful delivery team topping up (DTTU) distribution system (less than 5% stock out rates for condoms). With USAID funded SCMS Project assistance this system also distributes HIV rapid tests, PMTCT more efficacious regimens (MER), POC CD4 reagents and consumables, and EID bundles. With Child Survival funding DELIVER assisted the MOHCW to pilot test in one province a system in which TB drugs and Malaria ACTs and RDTs were managed on a DTTU type system called the Zimbabwe Informed Push (ZIP) system. The MOHCW is now using this system nationwide. VEHICLES: Purchased/leased under this mechanism from the start of the mechanism through COP FY2011= 16. New requests in COP FY 2012 = 0. Total planned/purchased/leased vehicles for the life of this mechanism = 16



Global Fund / Programmatic Engagement Questions
1. Is the Prime Partner of this mechanism also a Global Fund principal or sub-recipient, and/or does this mechanism support Global Fund grant implementation? Yes

2. Is this partner also a Global Fund principal or sub-recipient? Neither

3. What activities does this partner undertake to support global fund implementation or governance?



Budget Code

Recipient(s) of Support

Approximate Budget

Brief Description of Activities




HVSI

MOHCW/NATPHARM

120000

Supports information systems for national commodity and supply chain systems for HIV related commodities.

OHSS

MOHCW/ZNFPC/NATPHARM

300000

Supports national commodity and supply chain systems that distribute Global Fund procured commodities for HIV/AIDS, TB, and malaria


Cross-Cutting Budget Attribution(s)

Human Resources for Health

82,000



TBD Details

(No data provided.)



Motor Vehicles Details

N/A


Key Issues

Malaria (PMI)

Child Survival Activities

TB

Family Planning




Budget Code Information

Mechanism ID:

Mechanism Name:

Prime Partner Name:

7524

USAID | DELIVER PROJECT (TO4)

John Snow, Inc.

Strategic Area

Budget Code

Planned Amount

On Hold Amount

Governance and Systems

HVSI

120,000

0

Narrative:

HVSI Strategic Information
In FY 2012, DELIVER will continue to implement the Top Up LMIS and the AutoDRV, its new automated data capture system, which combines the use of rugged laptops during deliveries with a software version of the DTTU paper Delivery Requisition Vouchers (DRVs). AutoDRV automates the calculations needed to determine the correct quantity of each health commodity to be delivered, reducing both time spent on site and calculation errors. After each delivery run, the data is imported directly into the DTTU’s main LMIS for review and reporting, shortening data-entry time from three weeks per province to two days. The project has upgraded the AutoDRV software.
DELIVER will also upgrade the Top Up software, which houses the data for all commodities currently carried by the DTTU. More recently the MOHCW and NatPharm are using the Top Up software to manage the data for the TB and Malaria commodities distributed on the ZIP system and the data for the Primary Health Care Packages (PHCP) which contain 38 essential primary health care medicines and medical supplies for health centers.

Strategic Area

Budget Code

Planned Amount

On Hold Amount

Governance and Systems

OHSS

300,000

0

Narrative:

In FY 2012, DELIVER, with co-funding from DFID through Crown Agents, will ensure the availability of male and female condoms and oral and injectable contraceptives to public sector consumers by assisting the Zimbabwe National Family Planning Council (ZNFPC) in implementing the Delivery Team Topping Up (DTTU) distribution system. Since its inception in 2004, this system routinely achieves over 95% coverage of public sector outlets and maintains stock out rates below 5% for male condoms. The performance indicator for this activity is to keep stock out rates for male condoms below 5%. For FY11 the stock out rate was below 2%.
Because of the continuing success of the DTTU distribution system in the very difficult Zimbabwe operating environment, the national AIDS program and ZNFPC, assisted by the USAID-funded SCMS Project and DELIVER linked HIV rapid test and PMTCT NVP distribution and reporting to this system in 2008 and have achieved the same high levels of site coverage and low stock out rates for HIV rapid tests and NVP. During 2009 and 2010, with funding from the SCMS Project, PMTCT MER ARV drugs were added to the DTTU system. In FY 11 POC CD4 reagent cartridges and consumables and EID bundles were added to the DTTU distribution system.
The DTTU system will distribute approximately 60 million male condoms, 4 million female condoms, 8 million cycles of combined oral contraceptives, 4.5 million cycles of progestin only oral contraceptives, and 800,000 vials of injectable contraceptives to 1,500 health centers and hospitals and 300 community-based distributors in FY 2012.
In addition to its HIV-funded DTTU delivery activities, DELIVER is also assisting the MOHCW and NatPharm to operate the ZIP distribution system for TB drugs and malaria ACTs & RDTs with DELIVER’s Child Survival and Malaria funding.



Implementing Mechanism Details

Mechanism ID: 7549

Mechanism Name: Supply Chain Management System (SCMS)

Funding Agency: U.S. Agency for International Development

Procurement Type: Contract

Prime Partner Name: Partnership for Supply Chain Management

Agreement Start Date: Redacted

Agreement End Date: Redacted

TBD: No

New Mechanism: N/A

Global Fund / Multilateral Engagement: N/A

G2G: N/A

Managing Agency: N/A




Total Funding: 32,525,383

Total Mechanism Pipeline: N/A

Funding Source

Funding Amount

GHP-State

24,925,383

GHP-USAID

7,600,000



Sub Partner Name(s)

(No data provided.)


Overview Narrative

In Zimbabwe, the SCMS Project is implemented by JSI Research & Training Institute Inc, one of the 16 project partners. SCMS procures first line ARV drugs for approximately 80,000 adult patients, PMTCT ARV, HIV Rapid Test Kits, CD4 POC reagents and Male Circumcision kits and commodities. SCMS strengthens MOHCW, NatPharm and ZNFPC capacity in supply chain management through technical assistance and operations support which includes the design and implementation of distribution and LMIS systems; provision of staff to the MOHCW; provision of delivery and monitoring vehicles, fuel and maintenance; training in forecasting and quantification; an ARV stock audit system; support for warehousing improvements, and support for donor coordination. Additionally, the project strengthens MOHCW technical ART capacity by providing two key staff to the national ART program. VEHICLES

a. Inventory (purchased/leased):

- Purchased/leased under this mechanism

from the start of the mechanism through COP FY2011 = 20

- New requests in COP FY 2012 = 0

- Total planned/purchased/leased vehicles for the life

of this mechanism = 20



Cross-Cutting Budget Attribution(s)

Human Resources for Health

2,433,922
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