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PATH Malaria Vaccine Initiative

Biochemical analysis of portfolio projects on an ad hoc basis
The PATH Malaria Vaccine Initiative (MVI) maintains a variety of programs and projects that need biochemical analysis, often unpredicted and urgent, that can help further the development of project and products or influence decision-making. MVI is seeking proposals to supply ad hoc bio-analytical services for up to two years through an established price structure. Services may involve the analysis of candidate antigens, formulated drug products, or reagents (i.e., monoclonal antibody or crude extracts).

Contractors responding do not need to supply all assays outlined within the RFP to be considered, and MVI may award to more than one contractor. The contractor should, however, anticipate and accommodate a variety of samples submissions. Interested parties are requested to review the RFP below and confirm their interest no later than November 7, 2014. Proposals are due by December 1, 2014.

Healthy Markets

Market analysis of the distribution network for HIV-related goods in Vietnam
PATH, through its USAID Healthy Markets project in Vietnam, aims to grow a viable commercial market for HIV-related goods and services that is capable of meeting the needs of populations facing the greatest risks. The project will leverage private-sector solutions, expertise, interests, and assets to identify market opportunities and catalyze market responses to the HIV epidemic. Healthy Markets will support a phased transition from an environment where condoms and other HIV prevention goods and services are predominantly subsidized, to one where nonsubsidized commodities, services, and distribution channels are the norm.

PATH is seeking a consultant or firm to review, map, and analyze the current distribution network of condoms, lubricants, and low-dead-space needles and syringes in Ha Noi, Hai Phong, and Ho Chi Minh City. This will help us understand the current availability and gaps in supply of those products that are critical in preventing HIV transmission among the key populations.

Interested parties are requested to review the RFP below and confirm their interest no later than December 1, 2014. Proposals are due by December 12, 2014.

Healthy Markets

Market research on HIV commodities and services: supply analysis and consumer study in Vietnam
The Healthy Markets project, funded by USAID and implemented by PATH, aims to develop a healthy commercial market for HIV prevention goods and services in Vietnam.

PATH is seeking a market research firm to provide baseline data on the market and supply chain for HIV-related goods and services. These data will inform the design and implementation of demand generation and supply strategies capable of meeting the needs of target populations.

Interested parties are requested to review the RFP below and submit a proposal by December 15, 2014.

Healthy Markets

Sale and distribution of condoms via nontraditional outlets in Vietnam
The Healthy Markets project, funded by USAID and implemented by PATH, aims to develop a healthy commercial market for HIV prevention goods and services in Vietnam.

The project currently has nine million Number One male condoms that we would like to make available for at-risk populations (including female sex workers and their clients, people who inject drugs, men having sex with men, and transgender populations) through hotels, guest houses, and other nontraditional outlets such as bars, karaoke clubs, massage parlors, and truck stops. We are seeking distributors that can sell condoms to at-risk populations through these outlets.

Interested parties are requested to review the RFP below and submit a proposal following the template provided below by December 15, 2014.

All of our requests for proposals adhere to our principles for procurement operations.