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JHPIEGO-

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) FOR SUB-GRANT

JHPIEGO
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) FOR SUB-GRANT
HIV SELF-TESTING AFRICA (STAR) INITIATIVE EXTENSION (STAR PHASE 3)

Jhpiego is an international, non-profit health organization, affiliated with Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, United States of America. For 40 years and in over 155 countries, Jhpiego has worked to prevent the needless deaths of women and their families. We use innovative approaches, put research into practice and develop creative solutions to improve health care services, and strengthen the capacity of countries like Nigeria to save the lives of women and families.

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EKITI STATE UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL, ADO-EKITI-

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST ON PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (PPP

EKITI STATE UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL, ADO-EKITI
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST ON PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (PPP)

The Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital, Ado-Ekiti, hereby invites reputable and competent investors from duly qualified companies to express interest in any the under-listed works and services on Public – Private Partnership (PPP) basis:

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AMINU KANO TEACHING HOSPITAL, KANO-

INVITATION FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION AND EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (PPP)

AMINU KANO TEACHING HOSPITAL, KANO
P.M.B.3452, KANO
INVITATION FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION AND EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (PPP)

INTRODUCTION
The Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital is a tertiary institution with the objective of providing postgraduate training for health personnel a well as offering secondary/ health services for its catchment area and the country in general. The hospital is desirous of engaging competent and reputable Company/Supplies with relevant experience, requisite, expertise, and good track record is invited to submit pre-qualification documents for the supply of Hospital Drugs and Expression of Interest for Public Private Partnership.

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INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CORPS (IMC)-

REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS (RFA) FOR PROMOTION OF WOMEN’S EQUALITY, RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES (POWERR)

POWERR: PROMOTION OF WOMEN’S EQUALITY, RIGHTS & RESPONSIBILITIES
ORGANIZATION: IMC
CLOSING DATE: 12 MAR 2021

INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CORPS (IMC), an international non-governmental organization with the main office in Abuja (Plot 882, Olu Awotesu Street off Idris Ibrahim Crescent, Jabi Abuja, FCT) and a sub-office in Maiduguri (located at Plot 87, Damboa Street, off Circular Road, Old GRA, Maiduguri, Borno State) intends to enter into a sub-award/grants for the implementation of key activities under its Gender-Based Violence (GBV) project entitled: “PROMOTION OF WOMEN’S EQUALITY, RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES (POWERR)” funded by the Government of the Netherlands. To this end, International Medical Corps is seeking applications from qualified women-focused or women-right organizations interested in implementing activities described in this solicitation.

Through this REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS (RFA), IMC is seeking Full Applications for competitive grants, for the implementation of activities that sustain and scale up GBV prevention and response interventions in Borno State.

Eligible organizations are invited to submit a full application, detailed budget, and budget notes that meet the requirements of this RFA, which directly relates to the PROMOTION OF WOMEN’S EQUALITY RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES (POWERR) project, whereas all proposed activities must respond to the goals and objectives of the project and contains expected outcomes and results linked to the program’s results framework. Each organization can submit only one application under this RFA. The successful organization will be awarded and will implement the sub-grant in accordance with the Government of Netherlands regulations governing grants under cost-reimbursement agreements, as well as IMC’s internal sub-award/grant management policies.

Applicants must be Nigerian with a long time presence in Borno State, recognized as active in the State, legally registered and recognized under the laws of the Federal Government of Nigeria, and must be in compliance with all relevant applicable laws and regulations in accordance with Section IV of this RFA.
Faith-based organizations will receive equal opportunity for funding in accordance with the mandated guidelines laid out in ADS 303.3.28 except for faith-based organizations whose objectives are for discriminatory and religious purposes, and whose main objective of the grant is of a religious nature.

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PALLADIUM/USAID INTEGRATED HEALTH PROGRAM (IHP)-

CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR ONSITE TRAINING OF HEALTH CARE WORKERS ON PACKAGES FOR CHILD HEALTH, NUTRITION, AND ROUTINE IMMUNIZATION IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE FACILITIES (PHCS) AND PRIVATE HEALTH FACILITIES (PHFS) USING THE LOW DOSE HIGH FREQUENCY APPROACH (LDHF) IN EBONYI STATE UNDER “USAID INTEGRATED HEALTH PROGRAM”

PALLADIUM/USAID INTEGRATED HEALTH PROGRAM (IHP)
RE-ADVERTISEMENT
CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)
EOI #1 REFERENCE NUMBER: EOI NUMBER IHP-TO06-2020-EOI001-EBONYI STATE
TITLE: ONSITE TRAINING OF HEALTH CARE WORKERS ON PACKAGES FOR CHILD HEALTH, NUTRITION, AND ROUTINE IMMUNIZATION IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE FACILITIES (PHCS) AND PRIVATE HEALTH FACILITIES (PHFS) USING THE LOW DOSE HIGH FREQUENCY APPROACH (LDHF) IN EBONYI STATE UNDER “USAID INTEGRATED HEALTH PROGRAM”

OVERVIEW
USAID’s Integrated Health Program (IHP) would like to invite qualified local entities, Nigerian Non-governmental Organizations (For Profit and Not-for-Profit), non-governmental professional associations, training institutions and other qualified organizations to submit Expressions of interest (EOI) with respect to technical managerial and other aspects of the program described below. The EOI may come as a single entity application or as a consortium.

IHP is seeking interested eligible organizations that have interest in training in Ebonyi to implement a grant for competency-based skills training of healthcare providers at Primary Healthcare Centres (PHCs) and private health facilities (PHFs) on child health, immunization and nutrition services in Ebonyi. This training will use a Low Dose High frequency (LDHF) modular training approach and will involve onsite facility-based training, supervision and clinical mentoring of the health workers on child health thematic areas including Integrated Management of Childhood illness (IMCI), Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) and other areas of Nutrition and Routine Immunization. The roll out will be in IHP supported facilities in and Ebonyi state as follows:
Ebonyi State: 198 health facilities: 171 PHCs (The designated 1 PHC per Ward) and 27 Private Health Facilities (PHFs) This EOI is open to registered non-governmental organizations or a consortium of organizations in Nigeria who may or may not be resident in Ebonyi State but who are technically capable of providing the required services and willing and able to provide on-site training at the Primary Health Care facilities, General Hospitals and Private facilities that will be listed by IHP in Ebonyi state.
The goal of IHP is to contribute to state-level reductions in child and maternal morbidity and mortality and to increase the capacity of health systems (public and private) to sustainably support quality primary health care services. IHP is providing technical assistance and capacity building to the State Ministries of Health in Bauchi, Kebbi, Sokoto, Ebonyi and FCT, State Primary Health Care Development Agencies (SPHCDA/PHCDB), Local Government Authorities/Area Councils, and Wards to apply state-of the-art evidence, best practices and learning from within Nigeria and globally to deliver a fit-for-purpose capacity building approach to optimize health worker skills and confidence to deliver high-impact integrated RMNCH+NM services in the States.

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EDO STATE HOSPITALS MANAGEMENT BOARD-

INVITATION FOR BID (IFB) 2021 FOR THE SUPPLY OF MEDICAL CONSUMABLES AND PRINTING OF MEDICAL RECORD FORMS AND MATERIALS

EDO STATE HOSPITALS MANAGEMENT BOARD
P.M.B 1009, BENIN CITY
CONTRACT REF. NO: HMB/ED/2021/PROC01
INVITATION FOR BID (IFB) 2021 FOR THE SUPPLY OF MEDICAL CONSUMABLES AND PRINTING OF MEDICAL RECORD FORMS AND MATERIALS

The Edo State Hospitals Management Board on behalf of the Edo State Government and from its approved Budget for the Fiscal year is desirous of carrying out its procurement for use in its thirty-four (34) Hospitals across Edo State and intends to apply part of the Budget for the payment of the contract. Consequently, the Edo State Hospitals Management Board now invites sealed Bids from eligible bidders for the Procurement of various Medical Consumables and Printing materials as stated below.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

LOT 1 MEDICAL LABORATORY REAGENTS AND CHEMICALS
LOT 2 MORTUARY AND HISTOPATHOLOGY CONSUMABLES
LOT 3 PRINTING OF MEDICAL RECORD FORMS AND MATERIALS
LOT 4 DENTAL CONSUMABLES
LOT 5 EAR, NOSE AND THROAT (ENT) / OPHTHAMOLOGY CONSUMABLES
LOT 6 THREATRE, SURGERY, A&E, GOPD, O&G CONSUMABLES
LOT 7 RADIOLOGY, ORTHOPAEDIC, PAEDIATRICS AND PHYSIOTHERAPY CONSUMABLES
LOT 8 GENERAL CONSUMBLES

MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
Contractors that meet the following criteria are eligible to apply
1. Evidence of Registration with Edo State Public Procurement Agency.
2. Evidence of Registration /Incorporation with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).
3. Evidence of company tax payment for the immediate past three years (i.e. 2018, 2019, 2020).
4. Detailed Company profile showing evidence of key personnel.
5. Documentary evidence of at least two (2) similar jobs in the last five (5) years including letter of award, valuation certificate and job completion certificate.
6. Evidence of Financial Capability to execute the project by submission of reference letter from a reputable Commercial Bank.
7. Affidavit of Disclosure
a. Disclosing that the company shall exercise requisite skill using genuine/specified materials and input in the execution of the contract.
b. A statement of interest including whether any director of the company has been convicted in any country for criminal offence relating to fraud or financial impropriety.
c. That the bidder is neither in receivership nor a subject of insolence/Bankruptcy/Winding up proceedings.
d. That all information presented in the Bid is true and correct in all particulars and can be verified.
e. Prices quoted on bid document are valid for a period of three (3) months from the date of Bid Opening.
f. Suppliers will also be expected to provide a performance Guaranty of 5% of the contract won as a precondition for the award of contract

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FEDERAL MEDICAL CENTRE KATSINA-

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR 2021 CAPITAL PROJECTS

FEDERAL MEDICAL CENTRE KATSINA
MURTALA MUHAMMAD WAY, JIBIA BYPASS P.M.B 2121
INVITATION TO TENDER FOR 2021 CAPITAL PROJECTS

INTRODUCTION
in compliance with the requirements of the public procurement Act 2007, the Federal Medical Centre Katsina hereby invites reputable companies/contractors with proven experience to undertake the under listed 2021 Capital Projects.

SCOPE OF WORKS/SUPPLY

GOODS

Lot 1 Procurement and installation of  Dialysis equipment
Lot 2 Procurement and installation of Accident and Emergency equipment
Lot 3 Procurement and installation of ENT equipment
Lot 4 Procurement and installation of Medical Diagnostic equipment
Lot 5 Procurement and installation of Pediatrics equipment
Lot 6 Procurement and installation of Obstetrics equipment
Lot 7 Procurement and installation of Plastic Surgery equipment
Lot 8 Procurement and installation of Laboratory equipment
Lot 9 Procurement and installation of Theater equipment
Lot 10 Procurement and installation of Radiology equipment
Lot 11 Procurement and installation of ICT equipment
Lot 12 Procurement and installation of Oxygen Plant Compressor
Lot 13 Supply of Medicines and Hospital Materials to Hospitals and Health Centers in Zamfara North Senatorial District.

WORKS:

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USAID’S INTEGRATED HEALTH PROGRAM (IHP)-

CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR STATE HEALTH ACCOUNTS FOR EBONYI AND BAUCHI STATE GOVERNMENTS UNDER THE USAID INTEGRATED HEALTH

PALLADIUM
MAKE IT POSSIBLE
CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)
TO06-2020-EOI005- EBONYI STATE EOI #2 REFERENCE NUMBER: EOI NUMBER IHP-TO03-2020. EOI005-BAUCHI STATE
TITLE: STATE HEALTH ACCOUNTS FOR EBONYI AND BAUCHI STATE GOVERNMENTS UNDER THE “USAID INTEGRATED HEALTH

PROGRAM:

Programme Name (“Programme”) USAID Integrated Health Program – TO 06 and T03
Funding agency United States Agency for International Development
Implementation Country and Locality Ebonyi and Bauchi States in Nigeria
Implementing body (“the Company”) Palladium International, LLC
Expression of interest submission date and time 10 working days from advertisement
Start and End Date of the Programme (“Term”) 01/04/2021    30/09/2021

Please note that technical requirements deliverables and other conditions may change significantly before the actual RFP released. This is just an EOI and not a Request for Proposal (RFP) Please simply submit an EOI at this stage.

OVERVIEW
USAID’S INTEGRATED HEALTH PROGRAM (IHP) would like to invite eligible contracting companies, research firm for profit and not for profit national entities to conduct a State Health Accounts study for Bauchi and Ebonyi States. IHP works closely with state governments in Bauchi and Ebonyi States to support established Helath and development plans, build capacity and ensure owbnership of interventions, systems and results.
IHP promotes integrated packages of services in the six core intervention areas of HSS and RMNCH+N, while cross cutting the priority areas include gender and social inclusive, sustainability and country ownership. With government, community and private sector partners, IHP strives to achieve three objectives

i. Strengthen Health system while supporting PHC services
ii. Improve access to PHC services
iii. Increase quality of PHC services

Over the years, USAID supported the Nigerian government towards achieving universal Health coverage (UHC) through improved Health financing.

IHP health systems strengthening approach is in Iine with USAID’s strategy of supportting the Nigeria government in conducting Health financing assessments to provide evidence for advocacy and inform health financing p-olicy reform and actions. Financing for healthcare services in Bauchi and Ebonyi states come from a combination of sources include national and state government allocations, official development assistance from foreign governments, bilateral and multilateral agencies, payment by public and private health insurers, payment by private enterprises and out of pocket payments, Bauchi and Ebonyi now wish to conduct state health accounts studies that will track resource allocation and expenditures across the different sources, determine which health services are been purchase/prioritized by the financing scheme and from whom they are purchased. The state health account study will provide a means of determining variations in health financing patterns in the state that are typically masked by national level, aggregated data and will add to the body of evidence required to diagnose issue and develop responsive policies and intervention,. The generation of the critical evidence provided by health accounts is expected to set Bauchi and Ebonyi states on the path to improving their sourcing of health services, increasing efficiency of revenue generation, allocations and purchasing of health services and ultimately, improving health outcome and achieving financial protection for the populations in the state. It is also expected that the states, through their involvement in the design and implementation of this study, will strengthen the capacity required to institutionalize and oversee the periodic development of state Health Accounts.

This expression of interest is open to registered Nigerian firms or a consortium of organizations in Nigeria who may or may not be resident in any of the IHP states but who are technically capable of providing the required services in either one or both of the focus states (Bauchi and Ebonyi). This will be fixed price contract that pays for pre-defined milestones and deliverables.

OBJECTIVES
The objective of this assignment is to engage a suitably qualified and experienced firm(s) to provide technical service to support the development of state health accounts in Bauchi and Ebonyi states, Nigeria with the aim of understanding the accounts and pattern of health spending in the economy and the nature and flow of fund within the healthcare system.

The successful firm(s) will be required to conduct the state health account studies for Bauchi and Ebonyi states alongside stakeholders from the state ministries of health and other relevant ministries, departments and agencies in order to transfer knowledge and enhance state ownership. The successful firm(s) will be expected to work with data obtained from the household health expenditure surveys (HHES) conducted for Bauchi and Ebonyi States in 2018 and 2019 respectively.

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
Scope of assignment scope of work
The engagement will comprise of four broad activities implemented using a capacity building approach aimed at improving and institutionalizing the state stakeholders skills in conducting periodic state health account studies
• Planning scoping and development of a framework of the state health accounts
• Development of data collection strategy and data collection
• Data mapping using the health accounts production tools (HAPT), analysis and reporting
• Development of a strategy/plan for institutionalization of the state health accounts study in the focus states (Bauchi and Ebonyi)

Planning Scoping and Development of a Framework of the State Health Accounts
1. Engage the state ministry of health and other identified stakeholders’ to determine the scope and timeline of the state health accounts, understand the existing systems and mechanisms for this will include, but not be limited to the federal ministry of health, the state chapter of the National Bureau of Statistics, the state ministry of economic planning and budgeting and other ministries, departments and agencies supporting Health care delivery in the state classification and categorization of required data and determine the extent to which required data already exist within the system
2. Develop a framework for the state health account studies including a methodology, a map of data needs and sources, description of date categories, a detailed work plan and a stakeholder engagement plan
3. Collaboratively with IHP and in consultation with the state Ministry of health and the Health Financing Equity and investment Technical Working Group (HFE-TWG) identity a core technical group that will support the execution of the study. Conduct a capacity building workshop with the core technical group to familiarize them with the study methodology, agree on the classifications and boundaries of the study and refine the work plan and stakeholder engagement plan.

Development of Data Collection Strategy and Data Collection
4. Develop survey instruments and protocols for collection of relevant data, Bauchi and Ebonyi states conducted Household Health Expenditure Surveys in 2017 and 2018 respectively, however, further surveys may be required to estimate private enterprise and development partners’ contribution to health expenditures
5. Facilitate training workshop(s) for the core technical team and state-assigned interviewers on survey implementation, including the survey instrument, protocols and management of challenges and adverse events (logistical, technical, and managerial) that may arise during fieldwork. Where practicable, bidders may indicate how they will leverage online survey tools to collect the relevant data
6. Coordinate and supervise the administration of the survey instrument by the core technical team and interviewers. Coordinate and supervise the collection of non-survey data required for the state health account working with the core technical team and the relevant state ministries, department and agencies
7. Collate and evaluate the data and information collected from the survey and other sources. Advise and provide technical support for producing estimations for missing data and resolving outlying and conflicting data Evaluation process will include cleaning and validating data collected with state stakeholders
Data Mapping Analysis and Reporting using the Heath Accounts Production Tool (HAPT)
8. The core technical group enter/upload cleaned and validated data into the Health Accounts Production Tool, apply relevant weights and classify data into expenditure categories identified previously using guidance from the WHO/USAID developed HAPT manual (attached in Appendix)
9. Generate agreed output tables and charts from the HAPT and develop a summary presentation of output into a PowerPoint presentation for validation with the HFEI-TWG, the leadership of the state ministry of health and relevant government agencies
10. Following validation, develop detailed state health accounts report outlining the methodology, results of the study and policy implications and recommendations for the state(s)
11. Co-facilitate, along with the core technical group a dissemination workshop for the state health accounts report
Development of a strategy/plan for institutionalization of the state health accounts study in the focus states (Bauchi and Ebonyi), this will factor the following:
12. Governance structure- in consultation with the state stakeholders proffers recommendations for the institutional leadership and ownership of periodic production of the state health accounts. The recommendations should also include the clear delineations of responsibilies within the team modalities for ensuring strong and explicit linkages with other agencies to facilitate access and validation of data and linkage of the state health account results with planning and budgeting processes
13. Develop a data collection manual which outlines standards for data collections and analysis, provides guidance on relevant source for data collection and recommends estimateion methods for data gaps likely be present given the current mechanisms for recording and reporting data in the state. Proffer recommendations for incorporating required data fields for the state health accounts into routines systems for data collection and reporting in the state (s)
14. Develop a funding plan which outlines the key cost requirements for conducting the state health account(s) and alongside IHP and stakeholders, considers options for integrating the state health accounts costs as part of the state ministry of health budget. In determining the cost requirements, bidders will be expected to consider cost-efficient processes and methodologies for periodic data collection, analysis and reporting.

DELIVERABLES
1. A State health accounts framework (Inception report) which shall include the following:
a. a detailed description of the methodology (which shall follow the World Health Organization 2011 System of Health Accounts (SHA2011) which will be used to produce the health accounts in a manner that promote comparability across countries)
b. a detailed, final work plan indicating the activities to be implemented, timelines and responsibilities for implementing the activities
c. A summary of the Health care financing system, structure and classifications in the focus state(s). it will also include the identifications of data sources and the gaps in information which exists
2. Final survey instruments and protocols for data collection and finalized tools for collecting non-survey data
3. Completed training of the core technical team and state-assigned interviewers as evidenced by attendance lists, pre and post evaluation tests and pictures. At least 3 separate capacity building sessions are expected to be held during the course of this engagement with 2 targeted at the core technical team and 1 targeted at state-assigned interviewers
4. Original (Uncleaned) data files; cleaned data file; a clean, analytic data set in the required format (to be stipulated at time of contract signing) with data correctly organized, variables named and labeled; and a code book.
5. Draft state health accounts summary report (in format agreed at time of contract signing) for presentation and validation with key government agencies and stakeholders
6. Final health accounts production tools with uploaded data and generated output tables and charts
7. Final state health accounts report, incorporating the feedback received at the stakeholder consultations, to be used for dissemination
8. State health accounts institutionalization strategy report which will include governance arrangements, recommendations for streamlining data collection and options for funding the production of periodic state health accounts

INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING THE EOI:
1. Submit a letter indicating interest in applying for a contract to provide the required services in one or more states, specifying which state(s)
2. Submit a maximum of two-pages concept note using the template provided
3. Submit a simple cost estimate.
4. Provide evidence of eligibility as per the requirements stated below

Full application package can be downloaded from this link: xxx

Key requirements
A Nigeria-registered firm or company
Have a minimum of (5) years experience in providing services for qualitative and quantitative data collection, economic modeling, data analysis and reporting
Have sufficient numbers of proficient personnel who have relevant previous experience in qualitative and quantitative research technique, economic modeling and analysis
Have experience in recruit/assembling a critical mass of experienced personnel needed for fieldwork/data (qualitative and quantitative) collection
Previous experience implementing a successful contract of a similar nature (at the national or state level). Please specify the funder, researches implemented, description, summary of findings and geographic location/ spread of work. Have experience in training personnel for qualitative and quantitative data collection, analysis and reporting if bidding for more than one state, demonstrate capacity to execute the contract across the multiple states simultaneously, ability and willingness to abide by the terms of U.S. government standard provisions, including the “protecting life in Global Health Assistance” by accepting the provisions in their Award https://www.usaid.gov/sites/default/files/documents/1868/303mab.pdf.

The following are not eligible to apply:
• Political parties or institutions
• Governmental organizations, agencies or parastatals
• Public international organizations (PIOs)
• Organizations and individuals who are debarred as contained in the excluded parties list and the United Nations Security Council Sanctions list, or the U.S office of foreign Asset Control specially designated Nationals and Blocked Persons list.
• Any individual or organizations that have been indicted for misusing USAID funds in the past. All eligible organizations will be invited to submit a full application.

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NIGERIA CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL (NCDC)-

REQUEST FOR BIDS (RFB) FOR PROCUREMENT OF LASSA FEVER MEDICINES AND MEDICAL CONSUMABLES FOR INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL FOR HUMAN HEALTH SECTOR

REQUEST FOR BIDS (RFB)
FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA
NIGERIA CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL (NCDC)
REGIONAL DISEASE SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS ENHANCEMENT PROJECT (PHASE II)
(WORLD BANK ASSISTED)
CREDIT IDA 59700-NG
PROCUREMENT OF LASSA FEVER MEDICINES AND MEDICAL CONSUMABLES FOR INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL FOR HUMAN HEALTH SECTOR
RFB No. REDISSE-GDS-RFB-01-2021

1. The Federal Republic of Nigeria has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Regional Disease Surveillance Systems Enhancement Project (Phase II), and intends to apply part of the proceeds toward payments under the contract for Procurement of Lassa Fever Medicines and Medical Consumables for Infection Prevention and Control for Human Health Sector.

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NATIONAL MALARIA ELIMINATION PROGRAMME AND NATIONAL PRIMARY HEALTH CARE DEVELOPMENT AGENCY-

GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE FOR IMMUNIZATION PLUS & MALARIA PROGRESS BY ACCELERATING COVERAGE AND TRANSFORMING SERVICES (IMPACT) PROJECT

NATIONAL MALARIA ELIMINATION PROGRAMME AND NATIONAL PRIMARY HEALTH CARE DEVELOPMENT AGENCY
GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE
FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA
IMMUNIZATION PLUS & MALARIA PROGRESS BY ACCELERATING COVERAGE AND TRANSFORMING SERVICES (IMPACT) PROJECT
HEALTH SECTOR
Credit No. 6539
Project ID No. PI67156

The Government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria has received financing in the amount of US$ 650 million equivalents from the World Bank toward the cost of the Immunization Plus & Malaria Progress By Accelerating Coverage And Transforming Services (IMPACT) Project, and it intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments for goods, works, non-consulting services and consulting services to be procured under this project. This project will not be jointly financed by any agency.

The project will include the following components:

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