RFQ: Clean Cooking to Prevent COPD in Indian Women
CLEAN COOKING TO PREVENT COPD IN INDIAN WOMEN: MEASURING BASELINE AND SHORT TERM IMPACTS ON PREDICTORS OF RESPIRATORY HEALTH
Closing: April 3, 2015
As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Vision to ‘enable people to lead healthy and enriched lives by addressing the primary healthcare burdens of accessibility, affordability and awareness and by promoting education related to field of healthcare’, GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals Ltd. India (GSK Rx India) is interested in evaluating approaches to preventing COPD and other chronic respiratory diseases through the promotion of clean cooking. The Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves is pleased to partner with GSK- Rx India to activate this process. Up to INR 2-3 crore over a 2 year period may be available to support these activities, dependent on the identification and vetting of partners qualified to execute the project.
This Request for Qualifications seeks qualified nonprofit organizations, registered in India, with the demonstrated capability to conduct field-based assessments of key risk factors for and indicators of respiratory health.
A short list of responsive submissions will be shared with GSK to facilitate their own internal due diligence and approval process. Upon vetting and approval of potential applicants, GSK will notify the Alliance, and by the end of April the Alliance will invite selected applicant(s) to develop detailed project plans and corresponding budgets.
See the attached PDF below for further details.