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Improved Quality and Accessibility of Education and Health Service Delivery by the Churches in Tanzania Project– phase II

Deadline: 06-May-2022 16:00 (9 months ago)
The Improved Quality and Accessibility of Education and Health Service Delivery by the Churches in Tanzania Project – phase II is being implemented by Christian Social Services Commission (CSSC) through financial support from Bread for The World (BfTW). This is a 3 years (January 2020 to December 2022) project which aims at improving access to quality education and health services by the underserved communities across five CSSC zones targeting all regions in mainland Tanzania and Zanzibar. The project is working towards creating a favorable environment through advocating for the review, development, and adherence to policies, laws, and guidelines as well as the Service Agreement on the provision of education and health care services; promoting partnership with development partners to address health and education services challenges; strengthening the leadership/governance in FBOs hospitals; promoting dialogue between the Government and FBO through Public-Private Partnership Forums, reviewing of some policies/guidelines related to the provision of Primary, Secondary and University education and improving quality of the health care services by supporting the health facilities through Safe –Care approach.
Date Published: 21-Apr-2022

Statement of Work for Financial Audits of Foreign Organizations

Deadline: 28-Apr-2022 16:00 (9 months ago)
On 30 th September 2020, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), through the Office of Acquisition and Assistance (OAA) approved a Cooperative Agreement with the name “Advancing the Private Health Sector (LEAPS) with a Cooperative ID Number 72062120CA00008, which hereby provides amount in $10,450,000 for five years from September 30th, 2020, to September 29th, 2025. Leveraging and Advancing the Private Health Sector (LEAPS) is a five-year activity to establish self-reliant health facilities (HFs) in the Recipient’s network. The LEAPS activity will improve the health service delivery of the Recipient’s HFs in meeting the health needs of various target populations. Through cost-effective and innovative solutions, LEAPS strengthens the Recipient’s capacity to deliver quality services in reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health (RMNCAH) services, TB/HIV/AIDS, and other health areas.
Date Published: 12-Apr-2022


Deadline: 25-Feb-2022 16:00 (11 months ago)
PATA aims to improve the quality of RMNCAH services particularly the monitoring of labour and increase the accountability among health care providers working in the facility. The tool will also help the MPDSR committees to review the actual maternal and perinatal death process as it cannot be edited after the time passed contrary to a paper-based tool which was mostly filled after morbidity or mortality occurred.
Date Published: 21-Feb-2022


Deadline: 18-Feb-2022 16:00 (11 months ago)
In ensuring a consultative and participatory process during the development of the strategic plan, the technical lead (PUM) has proposed to engage a local consultant who will facilitate the development process from the initial stage in order to enhance ownership of the document by the hospital management and staff. The local consultant will assist CSSC and KCMC team to undertake the ground work in local content while the PUM experts will guide the process remotely with limited physical presence in Tanzania...
Date Published: 03-Feb-2022

Developing Marketing Strategy For iMEMS

Deadline: 07-Feb-2022 16:00 (1 year ago)
The iMEMS Company Limited developed a 5-year strategic plan- “iMEMS Company Limited strategic plan (2022-2027)” that provides an overview of the priority strategic directions for the organization in the next five years in line with its vision and mission. Current financial projections in the form of capital stand at Tshs 4.4bn, required over the next five years (2022-2026) to establish iMEMS as a self- sustaining and financially viable entity. A conservative growth rate in revenue, improvement in margin through a market-focused approach to pricing and concentrating resources against servicing health facilities to achieve revenue growth leads to a pragmatic financial plan where MEMS achieves a surplus by 2024 and can repay grants by 2029.
Date Published: 01-Feb-2022


Deadline: 21-Jan-2022 16:00 (1 year ago)
Christian Social Services Commission (CSSC) is an ecumenical body established in 1992 by the Christian Council of Tanzania and the Tanzania Episcopal Conference, to coordinate and facilitate the delivery of social services (health and education) by the member churches in Tanzania. In addition, CSSC coordinates a network of more than 1,000 church owned health facilities, the majority of which are based in rural areas covering nearly 14% of all health facilities in Tanzania. These include 105 hospitals (38 council designated hospitals, 54 voluntary agency hospitals, 10 regional referral hospitals and 3 zonal referral hospitals) and 695 lower level health facilities. With respect to education, CSSC coordinates the services of more than 1000 Church based education institutions, including 22 Universities/constituent colleges, 9 teacher training colleges, 96 vocational training centres, 373 secondary schools, 50 seminaries, 268 primary schools and 404 registered pre-primary schools. Together, they provide 10% of all education services offered in Tanzania. CSSC decentralized its set up by establishing five zones as foll ...
Date Published: 07-Jan-2022


Deadline: 20-Jan-2022 16:00 (1 year ago)
In response to the observed problems of shortage and poor quality of essential medical supplies at health facilities across Tanzania, the Christian Social Services Commission (CSSC) of Tanzania established medical supply chain company iMEMS Company Limited. With a supply gap of up to 40% on essential medicines, inconsistent service levels, variable quality of health commodities and health services priced out-of-reach of many patients, iMEMS has a core mandate to provide effective, efficient and reliable distribution of affordable health commodities to targeted health facilities that service a significant proportion of the population in Tanzan ...
Date Published: 07-Jan-2022

Dynamics 365 Business Central Upgrade

Deadline: 17-Dec-2021 16:00 (1 year ago)
Christian Social Services Commission (CSSC) is using Dynamics NAV 2017 version currently, CSSC would like to upgrade the ERP to the latest Dynamics 365 Business central on-premises version.
Date Published: 10-Dec-2021

Supply Of Medical Equipment

Deadline: 19-Nov-2021 16:00 (1 year ago)
The Christian Social Services Commission (CSSC) has been awarded a 5-years Grant by U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to implement “Pamoja Tuwekeze Afya” - (PATA) Activity. The award intends to establish self-reliant health facilities (HFs) and improve health service delivery by the CSSC network of church-based HFs in meeting the health needs of the target population. Among other components, the Project requires the following equipment for the implementations. (Download the attached document)
Date Published: 09-Nov-2021