The Kyrgyz Republic Cure Tuberculosis Project assists the Kyrgyz government to diagnose, treat, and cure people with drug-resistant tuberculosis. People at risk of tuberculosis (TB) are often among the hardest to reach, which can make it difficult for them to access health services. The Cure TB Project works closely with the Kyrgyz government to ensure that TB services are both high-quality and accessible, even for the country’s most hard-to-reach citizens. As stigma and discrimination often prevent people from getting the services they need, the project will work to reduce tuberculosis stigma and discrimination among health care providers and the general public.The project focuses on strengthening systems, tools, resources, and human capacity to improve the Kyrgyz Republic’s TB response in compliance with the latest international recommendations. This includes strengthening the Kyrgyz government’s efforts to design, manage, and monitor a system of high-quality TB services available at local health care facilities and to create conditions where healthcare services meet the needs of the people.
The USAID Kyrgyz Republic Cure Tuberculosis Project, implemented by JSI Research & Training Insitute, Inc. (JSI), is soliciting quotations for equipment for the TB Medical Information System (MIS) implementation.
Quotations are to be sent to email@example.com by 14:00 hours Bishkek Time, Wednesday, May 28, 2021.
Please see the attached RFQ for more details.