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INTEGRATE has issued an open call to tender for experienced evaluation consultants to provide an independent evaluation of the work on the INTEGRATE joint action to date. 

The 3-year joint action, which launched in September 2017, is seeking an evaluation on the process and progress toward meeting the overall aims and objectives. The purpose of the evaluation is to evaluate activities of the INTEGRATE project at the current state of development and to provide strategic recommendations for adjustments or improvements to optimise impact and sustainability in the final year and beyond.

The Terms of Reference give instructions and guidance to suppliers about how to submit a proposal through our services procurement procedure.

You can find the Terms of Reference here.

The publication has been posted on TED, European Unions' database for public procurement. The link can be found here.

Fondazione Lega Italiana per la Lotta contro l’AIDS (Italian League for Fighting AIDS) in Milan (LILA Milano) and Public Health England (PHE) in London are the INTEGRATE partners responsible for the related evaluation activities. LILA Milano and PHE are pleased to invite Suppliers to submit a proposal to the abovementioned contract.

Further details including specific tasks, minimum qualifications and what should be included in the proposal can be found in the Terms of Reference

Deadline for proposals: 24th June 2019

Value of contract: EUR 25.000 (including all taxes, travel expenses, and communication costs.)

Timeframe: approx. 4 months and est. 50 working days

How to apply:  Qualified candidates are invited to submit a proposal of 6 pages maximum along with CVs to LILA Milano via Lella Cosmaro at

Terms of evaluation for the JA

The joint Integrate/EuroTEST National Stakeholder meeting took place on 11-12 April, 2019, in Zagreb, Croatia. 

The first day of the meeting brought together European, regional, national and local stakeholders including policy makers, healthcare providers and community counsellors, who are involved with testing policies, strategies and implementation, to discuss current testing strategies for HIV, viral hepatitis and sexually transmitted infections in Croatia.

The second day was dedicated to the education and training of local healthcare providers and testing counsellors on how to overcome testing barriers and integrate STI screening and testing into their services.

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