RFP: Madagascar Pilot
Clear Solutions seeks a partner organisation to support preparation and implementation of a small-scale pilot of our intervention in Madagascar.

Our goal is to increase the usage of oral rehydration solution & zinc (ORSZ) as a cheap and effective treatment for diarrhoea in young children. We plan to partner with Community Health Workers (CHWs) - such as via agents communautaires (AC) from Ministère de la Santé Publique (MSANP) or CHW-employing NGOs - to distribute and educate on ORSZ co-packs door-to-door to households with children under 5 years old. The ORSZ will be distributed free of charge, for example by being paid for by Clear Solutions, utilising local supply chains.

We seek a MID-registered non-profit implementation partner in Madagascar, to support preparation and implementation of a small-scale pilot in a mutually agreed location.

Pilot implementation outline

In partnership with a CHW/AC group, provide ORSZ and usage guidance to 100-200 households with children aged 0-4 years old. Several days later, perform follow-up surveys of these households.

Pilot preparation & visits

​Ahead of the pilot, Clear Solutions co-founders plan to visit Madagascar to assess operational feasibility and start a dialogue with region- (faritra) and local- level Government stakeholders for Primary Healthcare.

We hope to use this opportunity in late November / early December 2023 to meet in-person with potential implementation partners and invite your input on access to stakeholders and meeting with representative CHW/AC groups and their communities.


See www.clearsolutions.global/partner-mdg for an overview of this RFP and the descriptions in this form for more detail. Contact info@clearsolutions.global with queries or feedback.

We expect to close applications on Sunday, October 22nd at 11:59pm BST. Applications beyond this date will be considered on a rolling basis but we may give priority to candidates who are able to move through the process sooner.
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