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MANAGEMENT SCIENCES FOR HEALTH (MSH)-

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST: REGISTRATION OF VENDORS AT MSH TO 4 STATE OFFICES (NASARAWA, PLATEAU, BENUE AND ZAMFARA)

MSH REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
MANAGEMENT SCIENCES FOR HEALTH
REOI TITLES: REGISTRATION OF VENDORS AT MSH TO 4 STATE OFFICES (NASARAWA, PLATEAU, BENUE AND ZAMFARA).

INTRODUCTION
Management Sciences for Health (MSH), a global health nonprofit organization, uses proven approaches developed over 40 years to help leaders, health managers, and communities in developing nations build stronger health systems for greater health impact. We work to save lives by closing the gap between knowledge and action in public health. Since its founding in 1971, MSH has worked in over 150 countries with policy makers, health professionals, and health care consumers to improve the quality, availability and affordability of health services. Working with governments, donors, non-governmental organizations, the private sector, and health agencies, MSH responds to priority health problems such as HIV & AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, maternal, newborn and child health; family planning and reproductive health; and chronic non-communicable diseases such as cancer, diabetes, and lung and heart disease. Through strengthening capacity, investing in health systems innovation, building the evidence base, and advocating for sound public health policy, MSH is committed to making a lasting difference in global health.

MSH Abuja Country Office is requesting interested and qualified companies that meet the below requirement to submit their document for review and registration as vendors. The intent of this publication is to register qualified vendors for the supply of goods and commercial services through subsequent detailed RFQ/RFP if they meet the registration criteria.

S/N EOI Number Category of Supply/Commercial Service
  E0I-2021-01 Basic care kits (water guard and lidded bucket)
  E0I-2021-02 Provision of medical equipment maintenance
  E0I-2021-03 Facilities Maintenance Services: furniture, electrical fittings, Plumbing, Carpentry and other office equipment
  E0I-2021-04 Supply of Stationery
  E0I-2021-06 IT equipment maintenance: computer, printers, photocopiers etc.
  E0I-2021-07 Printing, branding and publication
  E0I-2021-08 Provision of dispenser drinking water
  E0I-2021-09 Provision of engineering, civil works, Partitioning, Blinds, Structural Installations, Interior Works and consulting services (Certification from COREN and other professional bodies is an added advantage)
  E0I-2021-10 Provision of repair and maintenance of vehicles (auto-mechanic Workshop) – Toyota and Ford Brand
  E0I-2021-11 Supply and installation of Office and Household Equipment: Air-conditioning parts, electrical fittings, Refrigerator, TV, Water Dispenser
  E0I-2021-12 Supply of cleaning & hygiene consumables and Beverages
  E0I-2021-13 Supply of Diesel and Fuel (i.e. Petroleum Products)- (must provide proof of ownership of tanker truck)
  E0I-2021-14 Supply of IT equipment, accessories and consumable – computers, printers, photocopiers (OEM representation is an added advantage
  E0I-2021-15 Renewable Energy: E.g.-Inverter, Solar Panels, Batteries
  E0I-2021-16 Provision of IT infrastructure: LAN Networking
  E0I-2021-17 Supply of Laboratory/medical equipment and consumables (OEM representation is an added advantage)
  E0I-2021-18 Supply of office equipment, accessories, electrical fittings, and furniture (tables, chairs, cabinets, workstation, bookshelf)
  E0I-2021-19 Supply, Installation and Maintenance of Fire Extinguishers
  E0I-2021-20 Supply of Vehicle Consumables (Batteries, Tires, Engine Oil, Oil Filter)
  E0I-2021-21 Cleaning Services: Fumigation, office cleaning
  E0I-2021-22 Logistics Services: Car hire services, truck (different tonnage)
  E0I-2021-23 Hotel Services (E.g. Accommodation for training, workshop & seminar, etc.)
  E0I-2021-24 Catering Services and Food Vendors (E.g. for group lunch, tea, snacks and refreshment etc.)
  E0I-2021-25 General Office repairs and maintenance (i.e. electrical fittings, Plumbing, Carpentry and other office equipment)

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FEDERAL INLAND REVENUE SERVICE
No. 15 SOKODE CRESCENT, WUSE ZONE 5, ABUJA, FCT
www.firs.gov.ng
2021 GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE (GPN)

1.INTRODUCTION
The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) of Nigeria is an agency of the Federal Government of Nigeria established vide FIRS Establishment Act 2007, to collect tax on behalf of the Federation. Its vision is to deliver quality service to taxpayers in partnership with other stakeholders and make taxation the pivot of national development. Its mission is to operate an efficient and transparent tax system that optimizes tax revenue collection and voluntary compliance. The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) is charged with the responsibility to assess, collect and remit all taxes due to the Federal Government to the Federation account, To meet up with this herculean task, the Service has earmarked funds for execution of various projects in year 2021 proposed budget. In a bid to achieve sound Public Procurement the Service wishes to notify all existing/prospective Contractors, Suppliers, Service providers, Vendors with requisite experience and competences and the General public that the Service would undertake the procurement of Goods, Works and Services in the 2021 financial year in the following areas:

2. AREAS OF NEEDS

Package 1: Supply of Operational Vehicles
Category A: Supply of operational vehicles-Cars;
Category B: Supply of operational vehicles- Buses;
Category C: Supply of Ambulances;
Category D: Supply of Utility Vehicles.
(Prospective contractors for the above (Package 1) are required/expected to be authorized distributors certified by the OEM of the brand they are offering and meet the general requirements in paragraph 3).

Package 2: Renovation/Construction of FIRS Office Buildings and Car Parks
Category A: Under N20m;
Category B: N21m-N50m;
Category C: N51m-N200m;
Category D: N201m-N299m;
Category E: N300m & Above.
(Turnover must be evident on Tax Clearance Certificate – Category desired must be supported by Turnover on the Tax Clearance Certificate. Staff/Personnel of the prospective Companies/firms should all be registered With their relevant professional organisations).

Package 3; Modernization of FIRS Offices

Category A: Information Communication Technology:
(i) Supply and installation of Computers and accessories;
(ii) Provision of internet access and bandwidth;
(iii) Provision of Structured Local Area Network (LAN) Cabling;
(iv) Enterprise SAN storage;
(v) Enterprise license agreement;
(vi) Other related services.
(Contractors/Vendors/Service providers in this category must have evidence of membership of the relevant society or organization such as computer association etc.).

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MARIE STOPES NIGERIA-

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR 2021 VENDOR PREQUALIFICATION

MARIE STOPES NIGERIA
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (REOI)
SUBJECT: 2021 VENDOR PREQUALIFICATION
DATE OF THE REOI: 23/03/2021
CLOSING DATE FOR RECEIPT OF EOI: 06/04/2021
REFERENCE: EOI/022/2021 TO EOI/034/2021

DESCRIPTION OF REQUIREMENTS:
Since 2009, Marie Stopes International Organization Nigeria (MSION) has worked in Nigeria to increase access to high-quality, acceptable, and affordable sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services for all people. MSION provides maternal and child health services as well as different modern methods of contraception free from stigma, judgmental or discriminatory bias.

MSION is inviting Expressions of Interest (EOIs) from Companies in the following category across Nigeria:

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NIGER DELTA DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION(NDDC)-

PRE-QUALIFICATION/INVITATION TO TENDER (ITT) FOR GOODS AND WORKS AND EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR THE COMMISSION’S 2020 PROJECTS AND PROGRAMMES

NDDC
NIGER DELTA DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION
PRE-QUALIFICATION/INVITATION TO TENDER (ITT) FOR GOODS AND WORKS AND EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR THE COMMISSION’S 2020 PROJECTS AND PROGRAMMES
167, ABA ROAD, PORT HARCOURT – RIVERS STATE

1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 The Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) in line with its statutory mandate and the Niger Delta Regional Development Master Plan (NDRDMP) wishes to procure various Goods, Works and Services in its nine (9) mandate states of the Region. The full lists of the intended procurement are as listed below.
1.2 Consequently, the Commission wishes to engage the services of experienced and qualified contractors and consultants to undertake the procurement of the below-listed Goods, Works and Services.

2. SCOPE OF THE SERVICES
The procurement is categorized as shown below and their specific scope is as shown in their respective lists below;
2.1 CATEGORY 1A: PRE-QUALIFICATION FOR GOODS
2.2 CATEGORY 1B: ITT FOR GOODS
2.3 CATEGORY 2A: PRE-QUALIFICATION FOR WORKS
2.4 CATEGORY 2B: ITT FOR WORKS
2.5 CATEGORY 3: EOI FOR SERVICES

3. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
This solicitation for Tender shall be based on meeting the following minimum eligibility criteria:
(a) Evidence of registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) by inclusion of Certificate of Incorporation, Form CAC 1.1 or CAC 2 and CAC 7;
(b) Evidence of current Company’s Income Tax Clearance Certificate (TCC) for the last three (3) years valid till 31 December 2021;
(c) Evidence of current Pension Clearance Certificate valid till 31 December, 2021;
(d) Evidence of current Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Compliance Certificate valid till 31 December, 2021;
(e) Evidence of current Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) Clearance Certificate valid till 31 December, 2021;
(f) Sworn Affidavit:
• that the firm is not in receivership, insolvency or bankruptcy;
• that none of the directors of the company has any criminal conviction relating to fraud or financial impropriety or criminal misrepresentation and falsification of facts in any country;
• Sworn Affidavit that none of the directors of the company are officers of the Federal Service or the Bureau of Public Procurement is a former or present Director, shareholder or has any pecuniary interest in the bidder and to confirm that all information presented in its bid are true and correct in all particulars;
(g) Company’s Audited Accounts for the last three (3) years-2018, 2019, 2020;
(h) Evidence of financial capability to execute the project by submission of Reference Letter from a reputable Commercial Bank in Nigeria, indicating willingness to provide credit facility for the execution of the project when needed;
(i) Company’s Profile with C.V. of Key Staff to be deployed for the project including copies of Academic and Professional Certificates;
(j) For Services: Evidence of current registration with relevant regulatory professional body(ies);
(k) Verifiable documentary evidence of at least three (3) similar jobs executed in the area of interest in the last five (5) years including Letters of Awards, Job Completion Certificates and Photographs of the projects. In case of on-going projects, valuation certificates;
(l) List of Plants/Equipment/Instruments/Warehouse including proof of Ownership/Lease (where applicable);
(m) Letter of Authorisation as representative of the Original Equipment Manufacturer (for Category 1A and 1B and where necessary);
(n) Only companies included in the National Automotive Design and Development Council’s approved list of local manufacturers of vehicles or their authorised representatives should bid for vehicles.
(o) For ICT jobs: Evidence of current registration/accreditation with Computer Professionals Registration Council of Nigeria and National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA);
(p) For Training Programmes: Evidence of Firm’s Registration with the Centre for Management Development (CMD);
(q) For Joint Venture/Partnership, Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) should be provided (CAC, Tax Clearance, Pension Compliance, ITF Compliance Certificate, NSITF Compliance Certificate, IRR & Sworn Affidavit are compulsory for each JV partner);
(r) All documents for submission must be transmitted with a Cover/ Forwarding letter under the Company/Firm’s Letter Head Paper bearing amongst others, the Registration Number (RC) as issued by the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), Contact Address, Telephone Number (preferably GSM No.), and e-mail address. The Letter Head Paper must bear the Names and Nationalities of the Directors of the Company at the bottom of the page, duly signed by the authorised officer of the firm.

4. COLLECTION OF TENDER DOCUMENTS
For Category 1B and 2B, interested companies are to collect the Standard Bidding Document (SBD) from the office stated below:
The Director, Procurement Unit,
Office of the Interim Administrator/CEO,
8th Floor, Head Office Building,
Niger Delta Development Commission,
167, Aba Road,
Port Harcourt, Rivers State

on the evidence of payment of a non-refundable fee of N10,000.00 (Ten Thousand Naira) only per Lot, paid into Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC)’s Remita Account in any reputable Commercial bank in Nigeria.

5. SUBMISSION OF TENDER DOCUMENTS
5.1 For Category 1B and 2B
Prospective bidders are to submit their Bid for the desired Lot in two (2) hard copies each of the Technical and Financial Bids with softcopy of Financial Bid in MS Excel format, packaged separately in sealed envelopes and clearly marked as “Technical Bid” or “Financial Bid”. Thereafter, put the two (2) sealed envelopes together in a bigger sealed envelope addressed to: The Director, Procurement Unit, Office of the Interim Administrator/CEO, 8th Floor, Head Office Building, Niger Delta Development Commission, 167, Aba Road, Port Harcourt, Rivers State and clearly marked with the category, serial number, project description and Lot number. Furthermore, the reverse of each sealed envelope should bear the name and address of the Bidder and dropped in the designated Tamper Proof Tender Boxes located at:
Procurement Unit, Office of the Interim Administrator/CEO, 8th Floor, Head Office Building, Niger Delta Development Commission; 167, Aba Road, Port Harcourt – Rivers State
not later than 12:00 noon, Friday, April 30, 2021.

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INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MIGRATION (IOM)-

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST SERVICE PROVIDER FOR ‘TRANSLATION OF COMMUNITY DIALOGUE MANUAL ON IRREGULAR MIGRATION AND TRAFFICKING IN PERSON TO YORUBA AND PIDGIN, TO IOM NIGERIA, LAGOS SUB‐ OFFICE

SERVICE PROVIDER‐ TRANSLATION OF COMMUNITY DIALOGUE MANUAL INTO YORUBA AND PIDGIN

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has been working with the Federal Government of
Nigeria on migration management in the country since 2001. Through its Assisted Voluntary Return and
Reintegration (AVRR) Program, IOM aims to helps stranded migrants who wish to voluntarily return home
safely and supports the most vulnerable to get back on their feet. In 2002, IOM signed a cooperation
agreement with the government of Nigeria and launched the country mission. Ever since then, IOM has
continued to assist stranded migrants in host countries to return voluntarily to their home countries through the AVRR programs.

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DANISH REFUGEE COUNCIL (DRC)-

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY OF INDIVIDUAL PROTECTION ASSISTANT (PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT) ITEMS

DANISH REFUGEE COUNCIL (DRC)
ITB TENDER NOTICE
ITB/RFP NR: ITR-004NGA21-FWA IPA-PSS ITEMS
TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY OF INDIVIDUAL PROTECTION ASSISTANT (PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT) ITEMS

The Danish Refugee Council (DRC), with funding from Various Donors invites all suppliers to participate in tendering for the supply to DRC Nigeria.

Tender Closure Date: 06/04/2021 4:00 pm
Tender Opening Date: 07/04/2021 10:00 am

PLACE AND ADDRESS:
Due to COVID, public tender opening is suspended.

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INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MIGRATION (IOM)-

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST SERVICE PROVIDER FOR ‘TRANSLATION OF COMMUNITY DIALOGUE MANUAL ON IRREGULAR MIGRATION AND TRAFFICKING IN PERSON TO YORUBA AND PIDGIN, TO IOM NIGERIA, LAGOS SUB‐ OFFICE

SERVICE PROVIDER‐ TRANSLATION OF COMMUNITY DIALOGUE MANUAL INTO YORUBA AND PIDGIN

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has been working with the Federal Government of
Nigeria on migration management in the country since 2001. Through its Assisted Voluntary Return and
Reintegration (AVRR) Program, IOM aims to helps stranded migrants who wish to voluntarily return home
safely and supports the most vulnerable to get back on their feet. In 2002, IOM signed a cooperation
agreement with the government of Nigeria and launched the country mission. Ever since then, IOM has
continued to assist stranded migrants in host countries to return voluntarily to their home countries through the AVRR programs.

Building on existing projects, IOM seeks to improve access to trusted information sources and promote
informed decision making by sensitizing potential migrants on regular migration options, vulnerabilities
to TiP and risks associated with irregular migration. In addition, the project seeks to build institutional capacities and implement community‐based actions in high‐risk states of irregular migration such as Lagos, Edo and Delta. In collaboration with the Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN), the intervention aims to build the capacity of state and non‐state actors to exercise evidence‐based planning and monitoring of behavioural change communication to prevent TiP and Smuggling of Migrants (SoM).

Secondly, through community‐based actions (peer education, community dialogue, art‐based
competitions) and capacity building trainings, the project aims to enable returnees, community members,
government and nongovernment actors to take action to prevent exploitation and promote informed
decision making on safe and regular migration pathways. Using information campaigns, outreach and
media reports, IOM seeks to equip vulnerable migrants with reliable information they need to migrate
safely and access assistance when necessary. IOM also aims to address the root causes of vulnerability to
Trafficking in Person (TIP) and Smuggling of migrants through awareness raising and development of media messaging content and programming as well as engagement at the individual, household,
community, and structural levels.

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JIGAWA STATE GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA-

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION/FINANCIAL BIDS FOR VARIOUS CONSTRUCTION WORKS AND SUPPLIES

JIGAWA STATE GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA
INVITATION TO TENDER FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION/FINANCIAL BIDS
PROCUREMENT NO: UBEC/SUBEB 1ST-4TH QUARTER 2020 INTERVENTION PROJECTS

1. PREAMBLE
In compliance with the Jigawa State Procurement Process, the Jigawa State Universal Basic Education Board wishes to notify interested bidders of its intention to procure civil works and Classrooms Furniture.

2. PROJECT SCOPE

Lot 1 Construction of 4 blocks each of 2 classrooms Rural
Lot 2 Construction of 8 blocks each of 2 classrooms W/office
Lot 3 Construction of 8 blocks each of 2 classrooms W/office
Lot 4 Construction of 7 blocks each of 2 classrooms Normal
Lot 5 Construction of 7 blocks each of 2 classrooms Normal
Lot 6 Construction of 7 blocks each of 2 classrooms Normal
Lot 7 Construction of 7 blocks each of 2 classrooms Normal
Lot 8 Construction of 10 blocks each of 2 classrooms Rural
Lot 9 Construction of 10 blocks each of 2 classrooms Rural
Lot 10 Construction of 3 blocks each of 3 classrooms W/office
Lot 11 Construction of 3 blocks each of 3 classrooms W/office
Lot 12 Construction of 3 blocks each of 3 classrooms W/office
Lot 13 Construction of 3 blocks each of 3 classrooms W/office
Lot 14 Construction of 4 blocks each of 3 classrooms Normal
Lot 15 Construction of 12 blocks each of 4 cubicle VIP toilets
Lot 16 Construction of 32 blocks each of 4 cubicle VIP toilets
Lot 17 Construction of 32 blocks each of 4 cubicle VIP toilets
Lot 18 Drilling of 4nos Hand pump Boreholes
Lot 19 Drilling of 20nos Hand pump Boreholes
Lot 20 Drilling of 16nos Hand pump Boreholes
Lot 21 Renovation of 8 Classroom Blocks
Lot 22 Renovation of 8 Classroom Blocks
Lot 23 Renovation of 11 Classroom Blocks
Lot 24 Renovation of 15 Classroom Blocks
Lot 25 Renovation of 12 Classroom Blocks
Lot 26 Renovation of 8 Classroom Blocks
Lot 27 Renovation of 11 Classroom Blocks
Lot 28 Renovation of 18 Classroom Blocks
Lot 29 Renovation of 10 Classroom Blocks
Lot 30 Renovation of 8 Classroom Blocks
Lot 31 Renovation of 8 Classroom Blocks
Lot 32 Renovation of 8 Classroom Blocks
Lot 33 Renovation of 14 Classroom Blocks
Lot 34 Renovation of 4 Classroom Blocks
Lot 35 Renovation of 13 Classroom Blocks
Lot 36 Renovation of 11 Classroom Blocks
Lot 37 Renovation of 6 Classroom Blocks
Lot 38 Renovation of 10 Classroom Blocks
Lot 39 Renovation of 6 Classroom Blocks
Lot 40 Renovation of 10 Classroom Blocks
41 Procurement of Covid-19 Materials and equipment
42 Procurement of Doors & Windows (Metal & Aluminum
43 Procurement of ECCDE, PRIM & JSS pupil’s furniture
44 Procurement of ECCDE, PRIM & JSS pupil’s furniture
45 Procurement of ECCDE, PRIM & JSS pupil’s furniture
46 Procurement of ECCDE, PRIM & JSS pupil’s furniture
47 Procurement of ECCDE, PRIM & JSS pupil’s furniture
48 Procurement of 1,444 sets of Student Beds

With a completion period of not later than 12 weeks.

3. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
To be considered for pre-qualification, interested competent and reliable contractors are required to provide verifiable evidence including but not limited to the following documents:
i. Certificate of incorporation with Corporate Affairs Commission;
ii. Certified true copy of Memorandum and Article of Association;
iii. Evidence of registration with Jigawa State Works Registration Unit;
iv. Tax clearance certificate for the last three (3) years;
v. Audited account for the last one(1) year;
vi. VAT registration and evidence of past remittance;
vii. Evidence of financial capability and banking support;
viii. Company average annual turnover of not less than N5,000,000.00;
ix. Evidence of similar project executed (letter of award and completion certificate) at least three (3) in the last five (5) years;
x. Verifiable evidence of company profile and technical qualification of key personnel registered with a professional bodies (COREN, CORBON, QSRBN, ARCON etc.;
xi. That the company have fulfilled all obligations to pay taxes, pensions and social security contributions;
xii. A sworn affidavit certifying as follows:
a. That the document submitted for the pre-qualification exercise are not only genuine but correct
b. That none of the directors of the company has been convicted by any court of law
c. That the company is not bankrupt
d. That none of the officers of Jigawa State/Local Government is a present or former director of the company
xiii. Any other relevant information that will help in determining the company’s suitability for the work; any prospective bidder that does not possess any of the above documents need not apply.

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OYO STATE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY-

INVITATION FOR BIDS FOR 2021 CONSTITUENCY EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMME (PHASE 1

OYO STATE GOVERNMENT
OYO STATE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY
PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS, SECRETARIAT, IBADAN
INVITATION FOR BIDS (IFB)
2021 CONSTITUENCY EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMME (PHASE 1)

1. The Oyo State House of Assembly under the contract for the supply of 2021 Constituency Empowerment Programme (Phase II) is inviting interested bidders to supply the under-listed items.

2. LIST OF PROCUREMENT

LOTS ITEMS QUANTITY LOCATION DELIVERY PERIOD
1 Fumigation Sprayer, 10 litres capacity (Nexus) 384 Oyo State House of Assembly 60 days
2 Summer Fitman key start Generator 3.1 KVA 128 Oyo State House of Assembly 60 days
3 Bajaj Pulsar NS160 Motorcycle 96 Oyo State House of Assembly 60 days
4 Oyo State House of Assembly 64 Oyo State House of Assembly Oyo State House of Assembly
5 Pepper Grinding Machine complete with centric motor (1hp) belt, pulley and steel stand 160 Oyo State House of Assembly 60 days
6 Sewing Machine (Butterfly) (Industrial) 32 Oyo State House of Assembly 60 Days
7 Borehole 32 Oyo State House of Assembly 60 Days

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NORWEGIAN REFUGEE COUNCIL (NRC)-

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF GOODS AND WORKS

NORWEGIAN REFUGEE COUNCIL (NRC)
NRC NIGERIA-OPEN NATIONAL TENDER

The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) is a non-governmental, humanitarian organization with 60 years of experience in helping to create a safer and more dignified life for refugees and internally displaced people. NRC advocates for the rights and provides assistance, protection and durable solutions to refugees and internally displaced persons worldwide. NRC has been operating in Nigeria since late 2015 providing assistance with Emergency shelter, Livelihoods and Food Security, Water, sanitation and hygiene sectors. Information and Legal Counselling and Education.

The Norwegian Refugee Council hereby wishes to invite suitably qualified companies to bid for the procurement of Goods/Works as indicated below –

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