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ECOWAS COMMUNITY-

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY & DELIVERY TO NINE MEMBER STATES OF THE ECOWAS OF HYDRAULIC PRESSURE SHEARS MACHINES FOR WEAPONS DESTRUCTION

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY & DELIVERY TO NINE MEMBER STATES OF THE ECOWAS OF HYDRAULIC PRESSURE SHEARS MACHINES FOR WEAPONS DESTRUCTION
DATE : 01 MAY 2021 – 30 JUN 2021
VENUE : ABUJA, NIGERIA,
TOWN : ABUJA
COUNTRY : NIGERIA
ABUJA, 30 APRIL 2021

Our ref.: ECW/PSS-GRANT/RT/05/2020/RELAUNCH
Subject: Invitation to tender for the supply & delivery to nine Member States of the ECOWAS of hydraulic pressure shears machines for weapons destruction

Dear Madam/Sir,

This is an invitation to tender for the above-mentioned supply contract. Please find enclosed the following documents, which constitute the tender dossier:

1. Instructions to tenderers
2. Draft contract and special conditions, including annexes
• Draft contract
• Special conditions
• Annex I: general conditions
• Annex II + III: technical specifications + technical offer
• Annex IV: budget breakdown (model financial offer)
• Annex V: forms
1. Further information
• Administrative compliance grid
• Evaluation grid

1. Tender form for a supply contract
Annex 1 – Declaration of honour on exclusion and selection criteria…..Form a.14

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ECOWAS COMMISSION-

INVITATION FOR BIDS FOR SUPPLY, INSTALLATION, TESTING, COMMISSIONING, MAINTENANCE, TRAINING AND AFTER SALES SERVICE OF IT AND IT RELATED EQUIPMENT DELIVERED TO THE JOINT BORDER POST AT MFUM BORDER BETWEEN REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA AND REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON

INVITATION FOR BIDS
DATE: MAY 7, 2021
LOAN/FINANCING NO: P-Z1-DBO-023
IFB NO: TFPBN/ECW-INFRA/JBP/GOODS/001

1. This Invitation for Bids (IFB) follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN) for this Project that appeared in United Nations Development Business online (UNDB online) No. 739 of 11/30/2008 and on the African Development Bank’s Internet Website (www.afdb.org).

2. The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Commission has received a financing from the African Development Bank in various currencies towards the cost of Nigeria-Cameroon Multinational Highway and Transport Facilitation Programme for the Bamenda-Enugu Corridor. It is intended that part of the proceeds of this financing will be applied to eligible payments under the contract for the Supply, Installation, Testing, Commissioning, Maintenance, Training and After Sales Service of IT and IT Related Equipment Delivered to the Joint Border Post at Mfum Border between Republic of Nigeria and Republic of Cameroon.

3. The ECOWAS Commission now invites sealed Bids from eligible Bidders for the Supply, Installation, Testing, Commissioning, Maintenance, Training and After Sales Service of IT and IT Related Equipment Delivered to the Joint Border Post at Mfum Border between Republic of Nigeria and Republic Of Cameroon (hereinafter called “the Goods”). National Competitive Bidding will be conducted in accordance with the Bank’s Rules and Procedures for Procurement of Goods and Works.

4. Interested eligible bidders may inspect the bidding documents at the following address

ECOWAS Commission,
Procurement Division,
First (1st) Floor of the ECOWAS Commission Headquarters,
Plot 101, Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokoro District, Abuja, NIGERIA.

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WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME (WFP)-

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR THE PROVISION OF VARIOUS SERVICES

WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME (WFP)
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
Ref.: No WFP-PROC-ABJ-EOI-2021-043

The World Food Programme (WFP) is the world’s largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide, delivering food assistance in emergencies, and working with communities to improve nutrition and build resilience. Each year, WFP assists some 80 million people in around 80 countries.

The World Food Programme (WFP) Nigeria Country office is Inviting competent and financially stable business entities that have the expertise, capability, and experience to provide the following categories of trade items;

(a) Casual Labor Services
(b) Food Retailers and Wholesalers Bade LGA, Yobe State

CATEGORY A: CASUAL LABOR SERVICES:

SERVICE REQUIRED:
WFP Nigeria needs a private company that will provide casual labor employees services any time a need of such arises. The casual laborer will not be considered as WFP employee but are non-staff personnel engaged for short periods of time to perform duties.

DESCRIPTION OF CASUAL LABOURS DUTIES:
The services are usually of a manual nature, which are temporary, intermittent and seasonal in nature, paid at daily or piecework rates. Typical examples of the services of casual labor include, but are not limited to, stevedoring or other personnel employed in loading and unloading consignments of food and equipment, cleaning and gardening,

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR REGISTRATION:
(1) Legal business registration with relevant authorities (Corporate Affairs Commission).
(2) Audited financial statement for the last three (3) years.
(3) Valid Tax Clearance Certificate (TCC).
(4) Three (3) reference letters from organizations/entities you have had contracts before. (Previous experience providing casual laborer for international organisations is a plus.
(5) Technical expertise in casual labor services
(6) The ability to provide the services in Nigeria.
(7) The capacity to deploy staff to any destination Nationwide.

CATEGORY B: FOOD RETAILERS AND WHOLESALERS BADE LGA IN YOBE STATE:

SERVICE REQUIRED:
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) Office in Damaturu, Yobe State, Nigeria would like to contract retailers in markets around Bade LGA for its voucher food assistance programme targeting beneficiaries in the following wards of Sarkin Hausawa, Gwio -Kura, Tagali/Sugum, Azam-Kura and Usur/Dawayo.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR REGISTRATION:
Retailers must have registered shops (must provide the CAC certificate), valid trading licenses, permanent/semi-permanent shops in the Markets in the following wards Sarkin Hausawa, Gwio -Kura, Tagali/Sugum, Azam-Kura and Usur/Dawayo of Bade LGA and be able to provide both fresh and dry nutritious food items to the targeted beneficiaries.

Interested retailers are requested to fill and submit the EOI registration form via email to nigeria.procurement@wfp.org citing the reference number as the subject of the mail on or before 31 May, 2021. After registration, retailers will be assessed and selected for the contracts. Retailers without CAC Certificates and physical shop(s) will not be assessed/selected.

Interested Retailers can get the Registration Form and more Information on WFP’s requirements by sending an e-mail to: nigeria.procurement@wfp.org

For further information, please call telephone number: 0812 6014388.

GAIYATARYAN KASUWA DAKE SHAAWAR AIKIN VOUCHER:
Kungiyar World Food Programme da ake kira (WFP) a Damaturu Jihar Yobe, Nigeria na gaiyatar kananan yan kasuwa masu shaguna a kasuwanni da ke cikin Bade, Bursari, Fune, Jakusko and Karasuwa LGA) domin sushigo cikin shirin voucher da WFP ke shirin gudanarwa.

WFP na shirin gudanarwa shigin shigo da voucher a Gwio – Kura, Tagali/Sugum, Azam-Kura, Usur/Dawayo da Sarkin Hausawa a Bade LGA. Muna bukatar yan kasuwa su kasance lalle suna da ragistan Cooperate Affiars Commission (CAC) da lasisin kasuwanci kuma suna da shago a cikin kasuwanne kamar Gwio-Kura, Tagali/Sugum, Azam-Kura, Usur/Dawayo da Sarkin Hausawa. Yan kasuwa masu shaawar wannan shiri su cika fam din kuma aika shi ta hanyar imel zuwa nigeria.procurement@wfp.org kafin ranar 31/05/2021, Bayan wanna rigista za’a tantance yan kasuwa kafin a bada aikin.

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DHAXLE INC.-

INVITATION TO REGISTER AS SERVICE PROVIDERS WITH DHAXLE INC

DHAXLE:
REGISTER AS SERVICE PROVIDERS WITH DHAXLE INC

DHAXLE INC. a technology company based in Pennsylvania, United States of America, specialized in remote project management, is seeking for reliable service providers for its leading Nigerian market. Dhaxle Inc. with our subsidiaries helps individual investors in different countries safely fund and manage projects in developing countries through our online platform (website and Apps). Our primary customers are international workers and immigrants who are willing to secure their personal investment and create value for themselves and their families. The service providers are reputable companies, which will implement customer projects in the following categories: Real Estate, Farms/Agribusiness, Small Business Development, and Community-Based Projects.

WE ARE SEEKING COMPANIES THAT MEET THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA
• The company should have a minimum of 3 years proven experience
• Have qualified officers and managers in the fields (categories) of our operations
• Are legally constituted through Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) with no criminal background
• Have proven successful track records in the chosen categories Without incriminating tax liabilities
• Without history of discriminating practices
• Be able to contract and provide professional and general liability insurance coverage

To register your company as a service provider, kindly visit:
www.dhaxle.com/register/pro

For more information contact:

Dhaxle Inc.
1122 Washington Ave
Lansdale, PA 19446, USA
Phone: +1800 899 8615
E-mail: info@dhaxle.com

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TOTAL E&P NIGERIA LIMITED-

TENDER OPPORTUNITY: PROVISION OF FIRE FIGHTING AND RESCUE SERVICE IN PORT HARCOURT OFFICES AND RESIDENCES

TOTAL E&P NIGERIA LIMITED
OPERATOR OF THE NNPC/TOTAL JOINT VENTURE
TENDER OPPORTUNITY: PROVISION OF FIRE FIGHTING AND RESCUE SERVICE IN PORT HARCOURT OFFICES AND RESIDENCES
NIPEX REF: 1000005114

1. INTRODUCTION
Total Exploration and Production Nigeria Limited (TEPNG) operator of the NNPC/TEPNG Joint and Venture invites interested and reputable Contractors with suitable equipment, technical capacity and relevant experience to apply for pre-qualification for consideration to tender for the provision of fire fighting and rescue service.

The work will be executed within Port Harcourt Offices, Residences and may involve responding to municipal fire within Port Harcourt metropolis. They are all accessible by road. The service is expected to commence at the end of the 2nd Quarter of 2021. The contract is expected to be executed for a period of two (2) years with option of one (1) year extension. It is expected that award will be to one contractor.

2. SCOPE OF WORK
The services to be provided shall include as a minimum the following:
a) Provision of Firemen: The CONTRACTOR will provide firemen that have sufficient experience, competences and qualifications that meet the service descriptions.
b) Fire Advisory Role: The firemen shall render fire prevention advisory roles to the COMPANY
c) Fire Prevention: The firemen shall place more emphasis on fire prevention rather than fire fighting. That implies that the firemen shall initiate processes and procedures that would prevent onset of fire.
d) Fire Safety Inspection/Audit: The firemen would carry out fire safety inspection/Audit of the COMPANY facilities and fire fighting equipment at intervals defined by the COMPANY.
e) Fire Fighting Awareness for Staff
f) Servicing and Preventive Maintenance of Fire Fighting Equipment: The CONTRACTOR shall ensure that all the COMPANY fire fighting equipment are maintained functional and up-to the-minute combat ready condition.
g) Emergency Rescue: In fire scenarios or in a situation where a person is trapped in a building (lift, room, etc) the firemen shall act professionally to rescue the trapped person while not putting themselves at safety risk.
h) Fire Fighting & Intervention: Use various equipment and gadgets provided by the COMPANY to suppress and control fire.
i) Fire Incident Investigation: In the event of a fire incident, the firemen may be required to identify, note and preserve evidence that could help investigation & identification of the root cause of a fire incident. They may also be required to give expert support in fire incident investigation.
j) Managing Fire & Rescue Emergency Call Centre
k) Emergency Drills and Exercises: The firemen shall be required to plan, organize and execute (with COMPANY approval) emergency drills and exercises relating to various credible fire scenarios.
l) Firemen Welfare: The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for the activities and welfare of its employees while engaged within COMPANY facilities.
m) Workmen Compensation & Insurance: The CONTRACTOR shall have a Life Insurance scheme for the firemen.
n) Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE): COMPANY shall provide standard Fire fighting Turn Out Apparels, Proximity Suits, Flame Entry Suits, Firemen Safety shoes, High Visibility Vest, Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA), Firemen hand gloves and Firemen helmet. All other PPE such as coveralls, conventional hand gloves, helmets, ear muffs, goggles, safety shoes, etc shall be provided by the CONTRACTOR and must meet the COMPANY PPE standards & specifications.
o) Pension Scheme: The CONTRACTOR shall study the relevant law concerning employee pension and shall subscribe to the one that would serve the interest of his employees’ best
p) Medical: It is the responsibility of the CONTRACTOR to provide medical treatment for his employees.

BAYELSA STATE UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION BOARD, OKOLOBIRI-

INVITATION FOR BIDS FROM QUALIFIED CONTRACTORS FOR YEAR 2020 1ST-4TH QUARTER UBE INTERVENTION PROJECTS

GOVERNMENT OF BAYELSA STATE
STATE UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION BOARD, OKOLOBIRI
INVITATION FOR BIDS FROM QUALIFIED CONTRACTORS FOR YEAR 2020 1ST-4TH QUARTER UBE INTERVENTION PROJECTS

1. INTRODUCTION
The Bayelsa State Universal Basic Education Board, Education House, Ovom under the UBE Intervention Projects hereby invites reputable contractors to submit Bids for the under mentioned projects.

1.1 2020 1ST-4TH QUARTER UBE INTERVENTION PROJECTS

1.1.1 SCOPE OF WORK:

LOTNO LOCATION DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT IFB. NO. CONTRACT IDENTIFICATION NO.
CONSTRUCTION OF THREE CLASSROOM BLOCK IN TWO (2) PRIMARY SCHOOLS
OGBIA
1 State School 1 Idema Construction of Three Classroom Block, with Two Offices, Store Room and Three Toilets BY/SUBEB/UBEC/PRIM/NCB/2020/01
YENAGOA
2 Community Primary School Akaibiri Construction of Three Classroom Block, with Two Offices, Store Room and Three Toilets BY/SUBEB/UBEC/PRIM/NCB/2020/02
CONSTRUCTION OF THREE CLASSROOM BLOCK IN ONE (1) BASIC JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
BRASS
3 Basic Junior Secondary School Minibie Construction Of Three Classroom Block with Two Offices, Store Room and Three Toilets BY/SUBEB/UBEC/JSS/NCB/2020/03
CONSTRUCTION OF FOUR CLASSROOM BLOCK IN TWO (2) PRIMARY SCHOOLS
KOLGA
4 Group School III, Opokuma Construction of Four Classroom Block with Two Offices, Store Room and three Toilets BY/SUBEB/UBEC/PRIM/NCB/2020/04
SOUTHERN IJAW
5 Community Primary School, Igeibiri Construction of Four Classroom Block, with two Offices, Store Room and Three Toilets BY/SUBEB/UBEC/PRIM/NCB/2020/05
CONSTRUCTION OF FOUR CLASSROOM BLOCK IN ONE (1) BASIC JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
NEMBE
6 Government Comprehensive Junior Secondary School Nembe Construction of Four Classroom Block- with Two Offices, Store Room and Three Toilets BY/SUBEB/UBEC/JSS/NCB/2020/06
CONSTRUCTION OF FIVE CLASSROOM BLOCK IN ONE (1) PRIMARY SCHOOL
SOUTHERN IJAW
7 St Mathias Primary School Olugboboro Construction of Five Classroom Block with Two Offices, Store Room and Three Toilets BY/SUBEB/UBEC/PRIM/NCB/2020/07
CONSTRUCTION OF SIX CLASSROOM BLOCK IN THREE (3) BASIC JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS
EKEREMOR
8 Basic Junior Secondary School Torugbene II Construction of Six Classroom Block with one Office, Staff Room and Three Toilets BY/SUBEB/UBEC/JSS/NCB/2020/08
SAGBAMA
9 Kolobiri-Owei Basic Junior High School, Toru- 0rua Construction Of Six Classroom Block, With One Office, Staff Room And Three Toilets BY/5UBEB/UBEC/JSS/NCB/2020/09
YENAGOA
10 Basic Junior Secondary School Obogoro Construction Or Six Classroom Block. With One Office, Staff Room And Three  Toilets BY/SUBEB/UBEC/JSS/NCB/2020/10
CONSTRUCTION OF EIGHT CLASSROOM STOREY BUILDING IN ONE (1) BASIC JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
YENAGOA
11 Basic Junior Secondary School Ovom Construction Of Eight Classroom Storey Building, With Six Offices. And Twelve Toilets BY/SUBEB/UBEC/JSS/NCB/2020/11
CONSTRUCTION OF PERIMETER FENCE, INTER-LOCKING WALKWAY, CAR PARK AND CONCRETE ACCESS RQAL IN TWO (2] PRIMARY SCHOOLS
5AGBAMA
12 Community Primary School 1 Ofoni Construction Of Perimeter Fence BY/SUBEB/UBEC/PRIM/ NCB/ 2020/12
YENAGOA
13 Family Support School Ovom Construction of Interlocking Walkway and Sand-Filling of Premises BY/SUBEB/UBEB/PRIM/2020/13
CONSTRUCTION OF PERIMETER FENCE, INTER-LOCKING WALKWAY, CAR PARK AND CONCRETE ACCESS ROAD IN THREE (3) BASIC JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS
KOLOKUMA/OPOKUMA
14 Basic Junior Secondary School Sampou Construction of Concrete Access Road and Walkway and Cap Park BY/SUBEB/UBEC/JSS/NCB/2020/14
SAGBAMA
15 Basic Junior Secondary School Ebedebiri Construction of Perimeter Fence BY/SUBEB/UBEC/JSS/NCB/2020/15
YENAGOA
16 Basic Junior Secondary School Zarama Construction of Perimeter fence BY/SUBEB/UBEC/JSS/NCB/2020/16
RENOVATION OF CLASSROOMS, OFFICES AND TOILETS IN SIX (6) PRIMARY SCHOOLS
BRASS
17 State School Oginibiri Renovation of Six Classroom Block with Three Office and Six Unit Detached Toilet BY/SUBEB/UBEC/PRIM/NCB/2020/17
EKEREMOR
18 Community Primary School II, Aleibiri Renovation of Three Classroom Block with Offices and Four Unit Detached Toilets BY/SUBEB/UBEC/PRIM/NCB/2020/18
KOLOKUMA/OPOKUMA
19 Group School II, Gbaranama Renovation of Three Classroom Block with Two Offices and Eight Unit Detached Toilets BY/SUBEB/UBEC/PRIM/NCB/2020/19
SOUTHERN IJAW
20 St Paul’s Primary School. Azuzuama Renovation of Six Classroom Block With Two Offices BY/SUBEB/UBEC/PRIM/NCB/2020/20
YENAGOA
21 Family Support School Ovom Renovation Of Four Classroom Block With One  Office And Eight Toilets BY/SUBEB/UBEB/PRIM/NCB/2020/21
22 Family Support School Ovom Renovation of Six Classroom Block with One Office and Eight Toilets BY/SUBEB/UBEC/PRIM/NCB/2020/22
RENOVATION OF CLASSROOMS, OFFICES AND TOILETS IN FOUR (4} BASIC JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS
KOLOKUMA/OPOKUMA
23 Government Junior Secondary School, Odi Renovation of Six Classrooms Block with Three Offices Store and Five Toilets BY/SUBEB/UBEC/JSS/NCB/2020/23
NEMBE
24 Community Boys Junior Secondary School Nembe Renovation of Three Classroom Block (Introduce Beam) BY/SUBEB/UBEC/JSS/NCB/2020/24
OGBIA
25 Community Junior Secondary School Epebu Renovation of Six Classroom Block with Two Offices and Three Toilets BY/SUBEB/UBEC/JSS/NCB/2020/25
SAGBAMA
26 Basic Junior Secondary School Tungbo Renovation of Eight Classroom Block with Offices and Fight Toilets BY/SUBEB/UBEC/JSS/NCB/2020/26
PROVISION OF WATER IN SIX (6) PRIMARY SCHOOLS
27 To carry out Geophysical Survey in Seven Schools from Lot 28-34 Geophysical Survey BY/SUBEB/UBEC/PRIM/JSS/NCB/2020/27
KOLOKUMA/OPOKUMA
28 Universal Primary School. Okoloba Provision of Borehole with Concrete Tank Stand BY/SUBEB/UBEC/PRIM/NCB/2020/28

NEMBE
29 Community Primary School, Okoroba Provision of Borehole with Concrete tank Stand BY/SUBEB/UBEC/PRIM/NCB/2020/29
SAGBAMA
30 Community Primary School 1 Bolou-Orua Provision of Borehole with Concrete Tank Stand BY/SUBEB/UBEC/PRIM/NCB/2020/30
YENAGOA
31 St Peter’s Primary School Yenagoa Provision of Borehole with Concrete Tank Stand BY/SUBEB/UBEC/PRIM/NCB/2020/31
32 St Paul’s Primary School, Ogboloma Provision of Borehole with Concrete Tank Stand BY/SUBEB/UBEC/PRIM/NCB/2020/32
33 Family Support School Ovom Provision of Borehole with Steel Tank Stand BY/SUBEB/UBEC/PRIM/NCB/2020/33
PROVISION OF WATER IN ONE (1) BASIC JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS
KOLOKUMA/OPOKUMA
34 Sampou Grammar Basic Junior Secondary School Sampou Provision of Borehole With Steel Tank Stand BY/SUBEB/UBEC/PRIM/NCB/2020/34
2020 FURNITURE
LOT NO DESCRIPTION OF GOODS
1 Provision of 1200 Single Seat School Desk for Pupils/Students with Specification as Pupil’s Plastics Desk and Chair: Desk Size 67CM x 48CM x 73.5cm Chair Size 62.25cm x 40.60cm
2 Provision of 1200 Single Seat School Desk for Pupils/Students with Specification as Pupil’s Plastics Desk and Chair: Desk Size 67CM x 48CM x 73.5cm Chair Size 62.25cm x 40.60cm
3 Provision of 1200 Single Seat School Desk for Pupils/Students with Specification as Pupil’s Plastics Desk and Chair: Desk Size 67CM x 48CM x 73.5cm Chair Size 62.25cm x 40.60cm
4 Provision of 900 Single Seat School Desk for Pupils/Students with Specification as Pupil’s Plastics Desk and Chair: Desk Size 67CM x 48CM x 73.5cm Chair Size 62.25cm x 40.60cm
5 Provision of 122 sets of Single Seat Laminated finish foreign Teacher’s Chair and Table with Specification as Teacher’s Chairs and Table Size L 1200MM X6600MM X 6600MM with three Bookshelf
6 Provision of 209 No 2400MM X 1700MM Magnetic Board Complete With 6 Marker And 1 Duster/Board

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UN-WOMEN-

REQUEST FOR QUOTATION FOR PROCUREMENT OF TACTICAL BALLISTIC VESTS AND HELMETS

UN-WOMEN
PROCUREMENT OF TACTICAL BALLISTIC VESTS AND HELMETS
REFERENCE: RFQ/NGA30/2021/02822
BENEFICIARY COUNTRY(IES): NIGERIA
PUBLISHED ON: 04-MAY-2021
DEADLINE ON: 07-MAY-2021 12:00 (GMT 3.00) BAGHDAD, RIYADH, MOSCOW, ST. PETERSBURG

Description
General Instructions:

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UNHCR-

INVITATION TO BID FOR THE SUPPLY OF DIGNITY KITS IN OGOJA L.G.A, CROSS RIVER STATE.

UNHCR
INVITATION TO BID: No. ITB/0006/NGAOGVEE-OGJ/2021 FOR THE SUPPLY OF DIGNITY KITS IN OGOJA L.G.A, CROSS RIVER STATE.
REFERENCE: ITB/0006/NGAOGVEE-OGJ/2021
BENEFICIARY COUNTRY(IES): NIGERIA
REGISTRATION LEVEL: BASIC
PUBLISHED ON: 04-MAY-2021
DEADLINE ON: 15-MAY-2021 14:59 (GMT 1.00) WESTERN EUROPE TIME, LONDON, LISBON, CASABLANCA

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PLAN INTERNATIONAL-

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) FOR THE SUPPLY OF LEARNING MATERIALS

PLAN INTERNATIONAL
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) FOR THE SUPPLY OF LEARNING MATERIALS
TENDER NOTICE NUMBER PIN/CO/21 /008

SPECIFICATIONS AND INSTRUCTION TO BIDDERS
Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian non-profit organisation that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. We support children’s rights from birth until they reach adulthood, and enable children to prepare for – and respond to – crises and adversity. We believe in the power and potential of every child, but know this is often suppressed by poverty, violence, exclusion and discrimination.

Working together with children, young people, supporters and partners, we strive for a just world, tackling the root causes of the challenges girls and vulnerable children face. We have been building powerful partnerships for children for over 80 years and are now active in more than 70 countries, driving changes in practice and policy at local, national and global levels using our reach, experience and knowledge. Plan International is registered in Nigeria with the Corporate Affairs Commission.

Plan International is committed to obtaining fair value for services rendered with a competitive price and timely delivery of the right quantities at the right quality. It is the intent of this RFP’s to secure competitive proposal for the supply of “Learning Materials for 3,150 Learners in 21 ALP Centers in Borno (Askira Uba, MMC, Jere, Konduga) and Yobe (Damaturu and Gujba) Nigeria.

Vendors shall submit scaled bids addressed to:

Plan International Nigeria

Attention: Country Admin and Logistics Manager

No 49, Anthony Enahoro Street, Utako District,

Abuja, Nigeria.

Tel: +234 9-2921781

Bids can also be submitted in soft copies to Nigeria.procurement@plan-international.org with this reference in subject, “PIN/CO/21/008/Learning Materials

All Bids must be received by Tuesday 18 May 2021 at 12noon. Bids submitted alter the deadline will NOT be accepted.

Questions must be sent by email to Nigeria.procurement@plan-international.org with the bid reference in the subject: PIN/CO/21/008/Learning Materials

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