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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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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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FORESTRY RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF NIGERIA-

INVITATION FOR TECHNICAL AND FINANCIAL BIDS FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF 2021 CAPITAL AND ZONAL INTERVENTION PROJECTS/PROGRAMMES AT FORESTRY RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF NIGERIA, IBADAN, AND HER COLLEGES

FORESTRY RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF NIGERIA
FEDERAL MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT
P.M.B 5054, JERICHO-IBADAN, OYO STATE
INVITATION FOR TECHNICAL AND FINANCIAL BIDS FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF 2021 CAPITAL AND ZONAL INTERVENTION PROJECTS/PROGRAMMES AT FORESTRY RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF NIGERIA, IBADAN, AND HER COLLEGES

1. PREAMBLE
The Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria and her Colleges wishes to undertake the procurement of works and goods under the 2021 capital and zonal intervention projects/programmes. In Clearance with the Public Procurement Act 2007, FRIN and her Colleges hereby invite interested and competent contractors and suppliers for procurement and execution of the projects/programmes as follows:

2. SCOPE OF WORKS/SUPPLIES/SERVICES

Lot No Project Description Procuring Entity
Lot FCFRM 01 Construction/Rehabilitation of buildings including furnishing (FCFRM 21/01) Federal College of Forest Resources Management, Sakpoba/FRIN (Works)
Lot FCFRM 02 Construction/Rehabilitation of buildings including furniture/equipment (FCFRM 21/02) Federal College of Forest Resources Management, Maiduguri / FRIN (Works)
Lot FCFRM 03 Construction/Rehabilitation of buildings including furnishing (FCFRM 21/03) Federal College of Forest Resources Management, Ishiagu / FRIN (Works)
Lot FCFRM 04 Provision of motorized borehole in Anambra State (FCFRM 21/04) Federal College of Forest Resources Management. Ishiagu / FRIN (Works)
Lot FCFRM 05 Empowerment /Skills acquisition of youths on Soiless Farming, fish production and hazard loss prevention in Anambra and Imo States (FCFRM 21/05) Federal College of Forest Resources Management. Ishiagu / FRIN (Goods)
Lot FRIN 01 Rehabilitation/Procurement of research facilities in FRIN and FRIN outstations (FRIN 21/01) Forestry Research institute of Nigeria, Ibadan (Works)
Lot FRIN 02 Construction of Research facilities (FRIN 21/02) Forestry Research institute of Nigeria, Ibadan (Works)
Lot FRIN 03 Completion of Rehabilitation of Aboratum road/ drainage in FRIN /rehabilitation of road and drainage in Ekiti North (FRIN 21/03) Forestry Research institute of Nigeria, Ibadan (Works)
Lot FRIN 04 Provision of office fittings including Furniture in FRIN/Outstations (FRIN 21/04) Forestry Research institute of Nigeria, Ibadan (Goods)
Lot FRIN 05 Provision of vehicles for agroforestry ventures in various LGAs of Lagos State (FRIN 21/05) Forestry Research institute of Nigeria, Ibadan (Goods)
Lot FRIN 06 Completion of Installation of solar street lights / Rehabilitation of FRIN solar system in FRIN and various States (FRIN 21/06) Forestry Research institute of Nigeria, Ibadan (Works)
Lot FRIN 07 Provision of Tricycle to agroforestry farmers in Northwest (FRIN21/07) Forestry Research institute of Nigeria, Ibadan (Goods)
Lot FRIN 08 Empowerment/training of women and youths on agro-forestry enterprises /solar powered borehole installation in FRIN/various states (FRIN 21/08) Forestry Research institute of Nigeria, Ibadan (Goods)
Lot FRIN 09 Provision of agroforestry tools / equipment for youths and Inputs for seed multiplication (FRIN 21/09) Forestry Research institute of Nigeria, Ibadan (Goods)
Lot FRIN 10 Development of agro forestry enterprises/training centres in selected areas of Borno and other States (FRIN 21/10) Forestry Research institute of Nigeria, Ibadan (Works)
Lot FRIN 11 Erosion control in Ibadan North/South Oyo States (FRIN 21/11) Forestry Research institute of Nigeria, Ibadan (Works)
Lot FRIN 12 Provision of facility/equipment to health care centre, Eti-Osa, Lagos States (FRIN 21/12) Forestry Research institute of Nigeria, Ibadan (Works)
Lot FRIN 13 Provision of Nurseries including Development of forests and planting of coconut trees in various locations (FRIN 21/13) Forestry Research institute of Nigeria, Ibadan (Works)
Lot FRIN 14 Completion of Provision of computers to secondary schools in Lagos State (FRIN 21/14) Forestry Research institute of Nigeria, Ibadan (Goods)
Lot FRIN 15 Completion of Provision of motorized borehole in Kaduna State (FRIN 21/15) Forestry Research institute of Nigeria, Ibadan Works)
Lot FCFM 01 Procurement of Mechanized Tillers for empowerment of agro forestry farmers (FCFM 21/01) Federal College of Forestry Mechanization, Afaka Kaduna (Goods)
Lot FCFI01 Supply and installation of solar energy lights in Edo state (FCFI 21/01) Federal College of Forestry, Ibadan (Works)
Lot FCFI02 Empowerment/training of youths on Sandification in Anambra States ((FCFI 21/02) Federal College of Forestry, Ibadan (Goods)
Lot FCFJ 01 Furnishing/Equipping of facilities (FCFJ 21/01) Federal College of Forestry, Jos (Goods)
Lot FCFJ 02 Empowerment /training of youths on Forest Management in various LGAs of Anambra States ((FCFJ 21/02) Federal College of Forestry, Jos (Goods)

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DELTA STATE MINISTRY OF WORKS-

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR CONSTRUCTION OF UFUOMA STREET, OFF OKWUMAHGOA, OSUBI IN OKPE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA

DELTA STATE MINISTRY OF WORKS
(MINISTERIAL TENDERS BOARD)
P.M.B. 1011, ASABA.
INVITATION TO TENDER

1. Tenders are hereby invited from suitably qualified companies to execute the project below:
Construction of Ufuoma Street, Off Okwumahgoa, Osubi in Okpe Local Government Area.

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LAGOS STATE DEVELOPMENT TRUST FUND (LSETF)-

INVITATION FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION/EXPRESSION OF INTEREST-IT CONSULTANCY SERVICES

LAGOS STATE DEVELOPMENT TRUST FUND (LSETF)
INVITATION FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION/EXPRESSION OF INTEREST-IT CONSULTANCY SERVICES

BACKGROUND/INTRODUCTION:

Lagos State Employment Trust Fund (LSETF) was established by the Lagos State Employment Trust Fund Law of 2016 to provide financial support to residents of Lagos State. Its primary mandate is to prepare Lagos State residents for entrepreneurship and employment opportunities through the acquisition of skills to get better jobs, tackle unemployment, and enable wealth creation.

LSETF is seeking to provide Conditional Grants to Support the Adoption and Upgrade of Digital Technology (IT Grant) to MSMEs. This entails that grant beneficiaries will be issued vouchers that will be redeemed from pre-qualified IT vendors.

CATEGORY: IT SERVICES

These are the list of tools and software to be provided to the selected beneficiaries:

  • Tools for organizing
  • Office productivity tools
  • Accounting and Bookkeeping Systems
  • Invoicing system
  • Electronic payment tools – Handheld POS
  • Shared E-commerce platform
  • Procurement System
  • Inventory Management System
  • Financial Management System
  • Human Resource Management System

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NATIONAL IDENTITY MANAGEMENT COMMISSION-

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (REOI) FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES TO DESIGN THE PROJECT GRIEVANCE REDRESS MECHANISM (GRM) FOR THE NIGERIA ID4D PROJECT

FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA
NATIONAL IDENTITY MANAGEMENT COMMISSION
NIGERIA DIGITAL IDENTIFICATION FOR DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (REOI) FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES TO DESIGN THE PROJECT GRIEVANCE REDRESS MECHANISM (GRM) FOR THE NIGERIA ID4D PROJECT
ISSUE DATE: MONDAY, 19TH APRIL 2021

INTRODUCTION

The Federal Government of Nigeria has received a credit from the World Bank, French Development Agency (AFD) & European Investment Bank (EIB) and intends to apply part of the proceeds to increase the number of persons with a National ID number, which would be issued by a robust and inclusive foundational ID system to facilitate improved access to public services. The National Identity Management Commission based in Abuja is responsible for the implementation of the Nigeria Digital Identification for Development (ID4D) project.

The Project is comprises of four components:

  • Strengthen the Legal and Institutional Framework;
  • Establish a Robust and Inclusive Foundational ID System;
  • Enable Access to Services through IDs; and
  • Project Management and Stakeholder Engagement.

The governance arrangements for project implementation consist of three structures:

  1. Project Ecosystem Steering Committee (PESC);
  2. Ecosystem Coordination Strategic Unit (ECSU); and
  3. The Project Implementation Unit (PIU).

A consulting firm is to be engaged to support the ECSU and NIMC to design the enrolment ecosystem’s Grievance Redress Mechanism.

OBJECTIVES OF THE CONSULTANCY ASSIGNMENT

The overall objective of the assignment is to develop a Grievance Redress Mechanism (GRM) for the enrolment ecosystem, managed by NIMC, which should effectively and efficiently receive and respond to the concerns, complaints and grievances arising from the ecosystem enrollment model.

An effective GRM is required to provide pathways for stakeholders to raise issues about project implementation and performance. An effective GRM will rest on six key principles:

  1. Grievances are treated confidentially, assessed impartially, and handled transparently.
  2. Objectiveness and independence. Operates independently of all interested parties to guarantee fair, objective, and impartial treatment to each case.
  3. Simplicity and accessibility. Procedures to file grievances and seek action are simple enough that complainants can easily understand them.
  4. Responsiveness and efficiency. Designed to be responsive to the needs of all complainants.
  5. Speed and proportionality. All grievances, simple or complex, are addressed and resolved as quickly as possible.
  6. Participatory and inclusive. Project-affected people enrollees, members of vulnerable groups, project implementers (e.g. enrolment partners and their staff), civil society, and the media- are encouraged to bring grievances and comments to the attention of project authorities.

SCOPE OF THE ASSIGNMENT

The consultant will work closely with the NIMC PIU to support the work planning, methodological approach, consultations and drafting of a design for the GRM. The consultant will also work closely with other consultants working on assignments related to the NIMC ID4D Project to ensure complementarity and cohesion between consultancies. The firm is therefore required to perform the following tasks to achieve the overall goal of the assignment.

Task 1: Review international best practice and existing trends and patterns of grievances in NIMC’s Customer Care Department.

Task 2: Identify type and volume of potential grievances that may arise during implementation of the ecosystem enrollment model and assess existing resources.

Task 3: Design the GRM Workflows, Processes, Budget and Roll-Out Plan.

Task 4: Communicate and finalize the proposed GRM mechanism to stakeholders.

Task 5: Identify staff to manage the GRM system as well as staffing gaps and a staffing plan.

Detailed Terms of Reference (TOR) for the assignment can be accessed at:

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NATIONAL IDENTITY MANAGEMENT COMMISSION-

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (REOI) FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT SUPPORT FOR THE NIGERIA ID4D ECOSYSTEM

FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA
NATIONAL IDENTITY MANAGEMENT COMMISSION
NIGERIA DIGITAL IDENTIFICATION FOR DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (REOI) FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT SUPPORT FOR THE NIGERIA ID4D ECOSYSTEM
ISSUE DATE: MONDAY, 19TH APRIL 2021

INTRODUCTION

The Federal Government of Nigeria has received a credit from the World Bank, French Development Agency (AFD) & European Investment Bank (EIB) and intends to apply part of the proceeds to increase the number of persons with a National ID number, which would be issued by a robust and inclusive foundational ID system to facilitate improved access to public services. The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC)-based in Abuja – is responsible for the implementation of the Nigeria Digital Identification for Development (ID4D) Project.

The project is comprised of four components:

  • Strengthen the Legal and Institutional Framework;
  • Establish a Robust and Inclusive Foundational ID System;
  • Enable Access to Services through IDs; and
  • Project Management and Stakeholder Engagement.

The governance arrangements for project implementation consist of three structures:

  • Project Ecosystem Steering Committee (PESC);
  • Ecosystem Coordination Strategic Unit (ECSU); and
  • The Project Implementation Unit (PIU).

A consulting firm is to be engaged to support the ECSU and NIMC for project management support for the ID4D Ecosystem.

OBJECTIVES OF THE CONSULTANCY ASSIGNMENT

The objective of this consultancy is to define a set of artefacts that will become the basis for the implementation of the enrolment ecosystem. The consultant shall work in close collaboration with the Project Implementation Unit (PIU) housed within NIMC and the Ecosystem Coordination Strategic Unit (ECSU), as appropriate, within the framework of the Strategic Roadmap, Nigeria Digital ID4D Project Appraisal Document, and any guidance given by the project’s Steering Committee.

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NATIONAL IDENTITY MANAGEMENT COMMISSION-

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (REOI) FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT SUPPORT FOR THE NIGERIA ID4D ECOSYSTEM

FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA
NATIONAL IDENTITY MANAGEMENT COMMISSION
NIGERIA DIGITAL IDENTIFICATION FOR DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (REOI) FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT SUPPORT FOR THE NIGERIA ID4D ECOSYSTEM
ISSUE DATE: MONDAY, 19TH APRIL 2021

INTRODUCTION

The Federal Government of Nigeria has received a credit from the World Bank, French Development Agency (AFD) & European Investment Bank (EIB) and intends to apply part of the proceeds to increase the number of persons with a National ID number, which would be issued by a robust and inclusive foundational ID system to facilitate improved access to public services. The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC)-based in Abuja – is responsible for the implementation of the Nigeria Digital Identification for Development (ID4D) Project.

The project is comprised of four components:

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LAGOS STATE MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE-

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN THE RED MEAT VALUE CHAIN

LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT
MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (REOI)
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN THE RED MEAT VALUE CHAIN

PURPOSE:
The Ministry of Agriculture hereby solicits for Expression of Interest from entrepreneurs on investment opportunities in the red meat value chain towards stimulating increased red meat production, standardized operations, and employment generation across the value chain in Lagos State.

BACKGROUND:
Recent national and global increase in health and security concerns occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed the need to control and manage the sourcing and production of animals, especially cattle, so as to reduce transmission of communicable diseases and encourage animal tracking and traceability, hence, the need to encourage modem animal production through Feedlots (i.e. ranching).

According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO, GPS 2018), consumption of beef and milk in Nigeria will rise by 117% and 577% respectively in tandem with an estimated rise in the country’s population to 400 million by 2050. Out of 3.9 million cattle slaughtered for meat in Nigeria annually, Lagos alone consumes 1.8 million cows annually thus, making Lagos the largest market for red meat in Nigeria.

In realization of the need to harness and optimize Lagos State’s potential as the largest market for red meat in Nigeria, the State Government has developed a 5-Year Agricultural Strategic Road Map which has identified investment opportunities for public-private partnership in the red meat value chain in the following 8 areas:

(a) Cattle Feedlots and Cattle Fattening at Imota, Epe, Badagry and Kuje, Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja.
(b) Fully Mechanized Abattoirs in 10 Locations.
(c) Livestock Hubs – 25 Slots across the 5 Divisions of the State;
(d) Carcass Transportation 300 Units of 5 tonnes- capacity Refrigerated Vans
(e) Inter-State Live Animal Transportation Services
(f) Standard Meat Shops & Carcass Processing Centres;
(g) Animal By-Products Processing (Blood, Bones and Horns/Hooves Handling/Processing) in 13 Abattoirs/Slaughterhouses across the State.
(h) Private Veterinary Firms (Hospitals, Clinics, Pharmaceuticals, Ambulance Services)

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GERMAN COOPERATION-

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR GUARDING AND PROTECTION OF THE PEACECORE PREMISES

GERMAN COOPERATION
DEUTSCHE ZUSAMMENARBEIT
TENDER FOR GUARDING AND PROTECTION OF THE PEACECORE PREMISES

The Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH; through its “GIZ PEACECORE”, financed by the German Government, cordially invites interested and qualified consulting firms to express their interest:

For the Guarding and Protection of the GIZ-PEACECORE premises, properties and staff in Jos, Plateau State.
Accordingly, GIZ invites interested and qualified consulting firms to express their interest by furnishing the GIZ project office in Jos with the following information:
a. An official letter expressing interest to engage in the tender process
b. Proof of availability of minimum of 10 employees as at 31.12.20 (kindly state number of employees in your company profile)
c. Reference of at least 5 projects provided with security guard services (kindly state as part of your company profile).
d. Tax clearance certificate for the last 3 years clearly proving an average turnover of 24 million naira per year.

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