RFQ: “Data Preparation and Visualization Regarding COVID-19 Vaccine Efficacy in Thailand” At FHI 360

Timeline, deliverables and required outputs

The implementation of this scope of work will be during March 2022 – August 2022. The timeline, deliverables and outputs will be shown in the table below


An effective national response to COVID-19 requires collective efforts by the global community, multi-sectoral coordination at the national level, development partners, and other entities. The Meeting Targets and Maintaining Epidemic Control (EpiC) consortium is well positioned to support the Royal Thai Government (RTG), community partners, and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to mitigate the impact of COVID-19.

EpiC will provide support to strengthen the Thailand Ministry of Public Health (MOPH), provincial, and community capacity to reduce the transmission of COVID-19 and mitigate its impacts on morbidity and mortality with key two objectives (1) accelerating widespread and equitable access to and delivery of safe and effective COVID-19 vaccinations; (2) reducing morbidity and mortality from COVID-19, mitigate transmission, and strengthen health systems, including to prevent, detect, and respond to pandemic threats

According to the first objective, under the Activity 1.4.1 “Improvements to Thailand’s COVID data quality” of EpiC Thailand workplan, it was found that Thailand’s key COVID-related data are scattered among many departments within the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH). The main data sources regarding COVID-19 vaccination and infection records are stored in multiple platforms from different governmental health sectors, including (1) the Ministry of Public Health Immunization Center, (2) the Department of Disease Control of Thailand, and (3) the Co-Lab Information System. This makes it extremely difficult for policy makers to gain insights and make data-driven decisions. Improvements in data quality and utilization, together with other system improvements will lead to better utilization of the data. This will enable timely data-driven decisions and better public healthcare ultimately.


This scope of work is aimed to improve COVID-19 data quality, compatibility, and utilization for Department of Disease Control, Ministry of Public Health by mining into Thailand’s COVID-19 vaccination and infection history to obtain the vaccine efficacy of mixing vaccines from different manufacturers. Its 4 objectives are:

  1. To load data from multiple governmental public health organizations and process them into useable datasets which are ready for analysis (Data preparation)
  2. To train a model to obtain data-driven vaccine efficacy for the accuracy of the estimation (Vaccine efficacy model training)
  3. To visualize the obtained result on a dashboard to present the effectiveness of mixing and matching different vaccines against COVID-19 (Data visualization)
  4. To transfer the knowledge or insights gained to Department of Disease Control, Ministry of Public Health through three (3) user training conferences and documentation (User training conference and documentation)

    Timeline, deliverables and required outputs

    The implementation of this scope of work will be during March 2022 – August 2022. The timeline, deliverables and outputs will be shown in the table below.

    Timeline: March – April 2022 Deliverables: Data Preparation Required output: All required data prepared and ready for analysis, 1st progress report Timeline: April-May 2022 Deliverables: Vaccine efficacy and model training Required output: Vaccine efficacy and model training completed and 2nd progress report Timeline: May-June 2022 Deliverables: Data visualization Required output: Dashboard of data visualization completed, 3rd progress report

    Remarks: the completion each deliverable and required output will be confirmed by mutual agreement of Department of Disease Control, Ministry of Public Health and EpiC Thailand Project, FHI 360.


    During the term of 21 February 2022 – 19 August 2022, the payment will be made only if the required outputs of deliverable (as specified in “Timeline, deliverables and required outputs”) are completely submitted/conducted.

How to apply

Submission documents

Quotation should contain the following information: price, timeline, deliverables, payment, and company information.

Also, the formal documents related to the company such as company certificate, company profile including works/project experiences, and other related documents must be submitted.

Response deadline and format

Respond via e-mail with attached document in MS Word / pdf format.

Responses to this RFQ should be submitted by email to: Siroat Jittjang, Senior Technical Officer at sjittjang@fhi360.org

Responses must be received no later than: 27 February 2022

The quotation to be submitted must be valid at least 30 days from the submission date.

Quotes received after this date and time may be considered non-responsive and may not be accepted. FHI 360 will acknowledge receipt of your quotation by return email.


Evaluation will be based on the price, availability, delivery time and the qualifications and working experiences of the vender team members.

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• Disqualify any offer based on offeror failure to follow solicitation instructions.

• Reserve the right to award based on the initial evaluation of offers without discussion.

• FHI 360 will not compensate vendors for preparation of their response to this RFQ.

• Issuance of this RFQ is not a guarantee that FHI 360 will award a purchase order

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