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July 7, 2015

To extend information to the local market, USAID is providing a copy of the current Request for Task Order Proposal (RFTOP) on a "TB South Africa Project" (TBSAP), which is limited to 15 eligible organizations (IDIQ contract holders).

  • Please refer to the TBSAP RFTOP, attached

List of 15 IDIQ holders

  1. Abt Associates
  2. Cardno Emerging Markets
  3. Chemonics
  4. Encompass World
  5. FHI 360
  6. Futures Group
  7. Initiatives Inc.
  8. Intrahealth International
  9. John Snow International
  10. Management Sciences for Health
  11. Midego
  12. Panagora Group
  13. PSI
  14. RTI International
  15. University Research Co.

The current TBSAP RFTOP was released on June 30, whereby proposals can only be submitted by eligible organizations. In the event local organizations are interested in further information, please contact these 15 organizations directly, while recognizing they are under no obligation to collaborate. Thank you. 

May 8, 2015

 Vacancy: Project Management Specialist Transition and Sustainability, Health Office, Pretoria

April 21, 2015

Solarcentury in South Africa has built two solar photovoltaic (PV) systems for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) head office in Pretoria. Solar panels have been installed on the existing building as well as on specially built carports, creating the largest parking structure solar canopy in South Africa. So in addition to shading vehicles, the carports will generate clean electricity.

April 16, 2015

The U.S. Embassy joins the South African government and other civil society leaders in condemning the violence against foreigners taking place in KwaZulu-Natal and other parts of South Africa. We remain concerned at the loss of innocent lives, destruction of property, and impact on families and communities, and we urge individuals involved to refrain from all forms of violence, exercise restraint, and rely on peaceful dialog to resolve any differences

USAID Trade Hub conducts workshop with Trade Invest KZN
April 15, 2015

Distinguished representatives from the United States Government and Trade and Investment KwaZulu-Natal (TIKZN), together with various South African business chambers and export councils, members of the business and manufacturing communities, and local government officials gathered April 15 at the Sun Coast Conference Center in Durban for a Regional Export and Trade Facilitation Workshop.

Mission Director Cheryl Anderson with Deputy President of SA, Cyril Ramaphosa and Ms. Steve Letsike of SANAC on the left and XDR
March 24, 2015

As we have already heard this morning, South Africa is burdened by one of the most severe TB epidemics in the world. Additionally, South Africa has the greatest burden of HIV-infected individuals - and the TB and HIV epidemics are fueling each other.

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