Request for Proposals (RfP) for integrated malaria system in Mozambique

Published September 9th, 2019

In 2016, the National Malaria Control Program in Mozambique conducted a malaria surveillance assessment, which identified critical challenges within the existing malaria surveillance landscape. In light of the findings, the government included the development of an Integrated Malaria Information Storage System (iMISS) in the malaria program’s National Strategic Plan for 2017-2022.

The primary goal of the integrated malaria system is to enable all malaria staff across the health system hierarchy to monitor key indicators, assess the impact of interventions and provide evidence to plan and implement responses. In order to achieve this, data must be integrated across a multitude of thematic program areas including case surveillance, vector control, entomology, information education campaigns, commodities, supportive supervision, survey data, and data quality audits. Data from these thematic areas is currently extremely fragmented across systems and ad-hoc databases creating barriers to both access and routine usage. The iMISS project will result in the development, testing and implementation of a DHIS2-based entry and storage system for all malaria data.

Proposals are due September 24, 2019. A full overview of the RfP timeline is available in the documents below.

For download
RfP for an Integrated Malaria Information Storage System (English)
RfP Integrated Malaria Information Storage System (Portuguese)