Health Policy Plus: An Exploration of Enablers and Barriers to Clinical Retention and Viral Suppression Among Children and Adolescents Living with HIV in the Mozambique
The USAID-funded Health Policy Plus (HP+) project is seeking to partner with a local Mozambican organization to conduct qualitative research to identify enablers and barriers to clinical retention and viral suppression among children and adolescents living with HIV in Mozambique.
This study includes five data collection activities: (1) Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) with healthcare providers, (2) FGDs with facility-based (para)social workers and peer educators, (3) FGDs with caregivers of children and adolescents living with HIV, (4) FGDs with adolescents ages 15–24 years living with HIV and who know their HIV status, and (5) semi-structured interviews with high-level program managers and/or policy stakeholders. It also includes qualitative analysis and development of final report. The study will be conducted in Beira and either Chimoio or Lichinga.
Who can apply: Any nongovernmental organization (NGO), community-based organization (CBO), university, research institute, or private firm, meeting the selection criteria is eligible to apply. Applicants must be local organizations legally registered in Mozambique.
If interested in consideration, please download and follow the instructions for submission indicated in the attached RFQ.