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TOR to lead support the SKPA program strategic design and communications campaign for knowledge management and advocacy

Terms of Reference, Strategic Design and Communications Consultancy

 

Background

Title

TOR to lead support the SKPA program strategic design and communications campaign for knowledge management and advocacy

Duration

80 days

Location

Remote

GF Grant #, if applicable

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations (AFAO) is the national federation for the community response to HIV in Australia. It provides leadership, coordination and support to the country’s policy, advocacy and health promotion on HIV. AFAO’s International Program is based in Bangkok and contributes to the development of effective policy and programmatic responses, particularly in the Asia and Pacific region. It has supported community-based responses to HIV across the region for three decades. 

 

AFAO is the Principal Recipient of the Sustainability of HIV Services for Key Populations in Asia Program (SKPA Program). The program is a multi-country grant funded by The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) covering eight (8) countries: Papua New Guinea (PNG), Timor-Leste, Malaysia, Philippines, Laos, Mongolia, Bhutan and Sri Lanka. It aims to promote sustainable services for key populations (KPs) at higher risk of HIV exposure including sex workers, men who have sex with men, transgender people and people who use drugs, in the region. The Sustainability of HIV Services for Key Populations in Asia (SKPA) Program is currently in its last year and a new request for applications for the follow on 3 year South East Asian multi-country grant, has been released, with a due date of August 15th.

 

Scope of the Consultancy

This Scope of Work for the consultancy is to work with AFAO and SRs to operationalise knowledge management and advocacy plans, including :

  • A communications campaign and/or toolkit for Pre exposure Prophylaxis for key populations activities to be adopted by national programs, summarizing experiences from SKPA country programs and evidence from KP programs/studies in other settings
  • A communications campaign and/or toolkit for HIV self testing for key populations activities to be adopted by national programs, summarizing experiences from SKPA country programs and evidence from KP programs/studies in other settings
  • A communications campaign and/or toolkit for HIV community based testing for key populations activities to be adopted by national programs, summarizing experiences from SKPA country programs and evidence from KP programs/studies in other settings
  • A communications campaign and/or toolkit for HIV community based monitoring for key populations activities to be adopted by national programs, summarizing experiences from SKPA country programs and evidence from KP programs/studies in other settings

 

Deliverables

Activity

Details

Outputs

Number of working days

Timeline

A communications campaign and/or toolkit for Pre exposure Prophylaxis for key populations activities

Work with AFAO to design concept and content of communication and marketing strategies for accelerating country uptake of PrEP as a core component of HIV services for KPs, based on SKPA implementation experience and other regional studies/programs

    1. A PrEP communications campaign and/or toolkit adapted for 2-3 countries including:
  1. PrEP advocacy strategy
  2. PrEP knowledge to practice briefs for policy makers
  3. SKPA branded communications campaign for PrEP
  4. Product launch design work for PrEP dissemination activities
  5. A press release on PrEP for media outlets

 

20

By June 30, 2021

b.  communications campaign and/or toolkit for HIV self-testing for key populations activities

Work with AFAO to design concept and content of communication and marketing strategies for accelerating country uptake of HIV self-testing as a core component of HIV services for KPs, based on SKPA implementation experience and other regional studies/programs

A HIV ST communications campaign and/or toolkit adapted for 2-3 countries including:

  1. HIV ST advocacy strategy
  2. HIV ST knowledge to practice briefs for policy makers
  3. SKPA branded communications campaign for HIV ST
  4. Product launch design work for HIV ST dissemination activities
  5. A press release on HIV ST for media outlets

 

20

By July 30, 2021

c.  communications campaign and/or toolkit for HIV community based testing for key populations activities

Work with AFAO to design concept and content of communication and marketing strategies for accelerating country uptake of HIV CBT as a core component of HIV services for KPs, based on SKPA implementation experience and other regional studies/programs

A HIV CBT communications campaign and/or toolkit adapted for 2-3 countries including:

  1. HIV CBT advocacy strategy
  2. HIV CBT knowledge to practice briefs for policy makers
  3. SKPA branded communications campaign for HIV CBT
  4. Product launch design work for HIV CBT dissemination activities
  5. A press release on HIV CBT for media outlets

 

20

By Aug 30, 2021

d.  communications campaign and/or toolkit for HIV community based monitoring for key populations activities

Work with AFAO to design concept and content of communication and marketing strategies for accelerating country uptake of HIV CBM as a core component of HIV services for KPs, based on SKPA implementation experience and other regional studies/programs

A HIV CBM communications campaign and/or toolkit adapted for 2-3 countries including:

  1. HIV CBM advocacy strategy
  2. HIV CBM knowledge to practice briefs for policy makers
  3. SKPA branded communications campaign for HIV CBM
  4. Product launch design work for HIV CBM dissemination activities
  5. A press release on HIV CBT for media outlets

 

20

By Aug 30, 2021

3. Draft CBM toolkit V2.0

Work with AFAO, APCOM to draft CBM toolkit V2.0

    1. List of indicators (approx. 20) with detailed definitions and disaggregations for main KP groups, representing ‘community pulse’ on key HIV service access and acceptability
    2. Sample questionnaire to go with the new list of indicators
    3. Protocol for collecting data including sections a. and b. above, as well as (but not limited to):
      1. Overview of the toolkit, its objectives and development history
      2. Participant recruitment and eligibility screening
      3. Site preparation and site management during data collection
      4. Ethics including informed consent, potential risks and benefits
      5. Analysis plan and analysis templates (score cards)
      6. Procedures for dissemination and use of results
    4. Sample workshop outline for individuals collecting data and minimum training/qualifications
    5. Selection of materials to be used in training, and list of others that need development

 

 

15

By July 15, 2021

4.Virtual workshop to disseminate draft toolkit V2.0

Disseminate work to date to AFAO and APCOM teams

Present the new toolkit and solicit written feedback

1

By July 22,2021

5.Final V2.0 toolkit

Incorporate recommendations from dissemination meetings into final draft for testing

CBM toolkit V2.0 with feedback from draft meeting incorporated

4

By July 31, 2021

 

 

Selection Criteria

 

Essential

  • Masters degree in communications, graphic design, or related field
  • At least 10 years post-graduate experience in HIV and AIDS programming, with extensive experience in the SEA region.
  • Proven knowledge and experience in HIV programs
  • High level technical writing, design and facilitation skills

 

Desirable

  • Experience designing technical tools or methods that have been used in HIV programs in country(ies) in the SEA region
  • Experience designing and prototyping new products, especially for key populations
  • Experience in dealing with various sectors such as government, civil society, etc.

 

Supervisor

 

  1. Mike Merrigan

Senior HIV Technical Advsior, AFAO/SKPA Program

Email: mike.merrigan@afao.org.au

 

  1. Felicity Young

Director, SKPA

Email: Felicity.young@afao.org.au

 

Contact : Felicity.young@afao.org.au


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