Zambia Non-Communicable Diseases Programme: call for proposals

This is a call for proposals and application form aimed at organisations who would like to deliver a grant for the International Development Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD) Health Programme in in Zambia on behalf of the Scottish Government. The deadline for applications is 5 July 2024.


Footnotes

1 DAC gender equality policy marker - OECD

2 See Participation handbook - gov.scot (www.gov.scot)

3 Due to the nature of the programme we have not required responses on reducing emissions or mitigating climate change. However, Scottish Ministers welcome creative thinking and commitment in how to build and shape sustainable solutions and supply chains for African countries ensuring that a key consideration in how our supply chains are shaped includes minimising emissions, sustainable use of resources (energy, materials, water), underpinning a circular economy and supporting our Carbon Management Plan.

4 Global Citizenship: Scotland's International Development Strategy - gov.scot (www.gov.scot)

5 Review of international development programme - International development - gov.scot (www.gov.scot)

6 Written question and answer: S5W-35666 | Scottish Parliament Website

7 Coronavirus (COVID-19): international development review - principles - gov.scot (www.gov.scot)

8WHO (2022) Mid-point evaluation of the implementation of the WHO global action plan for the prevention and control of noncommunicable diseases 2013–2020 (NCD-GAP)

9 Gouda, H.B. et al (2019) Burden of non-communicable diseases in sub-Saharan Africa, 1990–2017: results from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017. The Lancet Global Health. Volume 7, Issue 10, E1375-E1387.

10Africa CDC (2022) Africa CDC Non Communicable Diseases, Injuries Prevention and Control and Mental Health Promotion Strategy (2022-26) – Africa CDC

11Scottish Government (2024) International Development Fund: non-communicable disease programme - gov.scot (www.gov.scot)

12 WHO AFRO. PEN-Plus – A regional Strategy to Address Severe Noncommunicable Diseases at First-Level Referral Health Facilities. Lome, Togo: WHO AFRO; 2022 Jul.

13 The NCDI Poverty Network [Internet]. [cited 2022 Dec 28]. PEN-Plus. Available from: PEN-Plus — NCDI Poverty Network

14 Bukhman G, Mocumbi AO, Atun R, Becker AE, Bhutta Z, Binagwaho A, et al. The Lancet NCDI Poverty Commission: bridging a gap in universal health coverage for the poorest billion. Lancet. 2020;396(10256):991–1044.

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17 Bukhman G, Mocumbi AO, Atun R, Becker AE, Bhutta Z, Binagwaho A, et al. The Lancet NCDI Poverty Commission: bridging a gap in universal health coverage for the poorest billion. Lancet. 2020;396(10256):991–1044.

18 Tripathy JP, Mishra S. How effective was implementation of the package of essential non-communicable disease (PEN) interventions: A review of evidence? Diabetes & Metabolic Syndrome: Clinical Research & Reviews. 2021 Sep 1;15(5):102266.

19 Physicians (per 1,000 people) - Zambia | Data [Internet]. [cited 2022 Dec 29]. Available from: Physicians (per 1,000 people) - Zambia | Data (worldbank.org)

20Government of Zambia (2017) – Zambia National Strategic Plan 2017-21.pdf

21 OECD. 2005. The Paris Declaration: http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/11/41/34428351.pdf

22Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women and Girls : DAC Guidance for Development Partners | OECD iLibrary (oecd-ilibrary.org)

23 Handbook-OECD-DAC-Gender-Equality-Policy-Marker.pdf

Contact

Email: intdev.health@gov.scot

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