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GLOBAL ALLIANCE FOR IMPROVED NUTRITION (GAIN)-

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR SURVEY TO ASSESS CONSUMER AWARENESS AND KNOWLEDGE OF FORTIFIED FOODS IN NIGERIA

GLOBAL ALLIANCE FOR IMPROVED NUTRITION (GAIN)
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
SURVEY TO ASSESS CONSUMER AWARENESS AND KNOWLEDGE OF FORTIFIED FOODS IN NIGERIA

PROJECT BACKGROUND AND SCOPE OF WORK
1. ABOUT GAIN AND FCCPC
1.1. THE GLOBAL ALLIANCE FOR IMPROVED NUTRITION (GAIN)
The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) is a Swiss-based foundation launched at the UN in 2002 to tackle the human suffering caused by malnutrition. Working with both governments and businesses, we aim to transform food systems so that they deliver more nutritious food for all people. At GAIN, we believe that everyone in the world should have access to nutritious and safe food. We work to understand and deliver specific solutions to the daily challenge of food insecurity faced by poor people. By understanding that there is no “one-size-fits-all” model, we develop alliances and build tailored programmes, using a variety of flexible models and approaches. We build alliances between governments, local and global businesses, and civil society to deliver sustainable improvements at scale. We are part of a global network of partners working together to create sustainable solutions to malnutrition. Through alliances, we provide technical, financial and policy support to key participants in the food system. We use specific learning, evidence of impact, and results of projects and programmes to shape and influence the actions of others.

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SAVE THE CHILDREN INTERNATIONAL (SCI)-

CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST/REGISTRATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THE TENDER FOR HEALTH INSURANCE

CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST/REGISTRATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THE TENDER FOR HEALTH INSURANCE

SAVE THE CHILDREN INTERNATIONAL (SCI) has been working in Nigeria since 2001 to ensure all children survive, learn, and are protected. SCI Nigeria’s programming focuses on child rights and child protection, education, health, and food security and livelihoods, in both development and humanitarian settings across the country.

Save the Children is required to provide a health insurance scheme through registered provider(s) in Nigeria, which covers the employee, spouse, and up to 4 dependents under 18 years of age. In other to fulfill this obligation, the services of a credible and competent Health Management Organization HMO) should be employed to satisfy all our requirements. The health insurance scheme is expected to provide outpatient and inpatient care through a network of designated medical providers.

Tender Notice:
Save the Children Nigeria wishes to engage the services of HMO to provide coverage and access to health care through a network of physicians and health care providers to SCI Nigeria staff and dependents.
These include:
• Provision of coverage (as mentioned above) for all SCI employees by Nigerian Law requirement.
• Maintenance of a single master contract covering all SCI staff and dependents.
• Provision of renewable term medical insurance policy at short notice.
• Timely response to requests and concerns as they arise.
• Provision of annual medical examination
• Provision of extended policy to cover some critical illnesses, medical expenses, and funeral expenses in case of an accident.
• Flexibility: where SCI staff and dependents can join or leave the scheme at any time under their principal’s employment and replacement with another
• Maintenance of database for insured staff.

The additional objective is to pre-qualify two (2) service providers who fulfill SCI requirements, where staff are allowed to select 1 of the 2 vendors as their preferred service providers.

Location and official travel involved
The location of coverage will be carried out to all SCI staff and their dependents in all locations in Nigeria.

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USAID INTEGRATED HEALTH PROGRAM-

REQUEST FOR QUOTATION FOR TRAVEL AGENT SERVICES FOR USAID INTEGRATED HEALTH PROGRAM (IHP)

USAID INTEGRATED HEALTH PROGRAM
REQUEST FOR QUOTATION
RFQ REFERENCE NUMBER: NUMBER IHP-2022- RFQ007
TITLE: TRAVEL AGENT SERVICES FOR USAID INTEGRATED HEALTH PROGRAM (IHP)

1. OVERVIEW
USAID’s Integrated Health Program (IHP) would like to invite eligible firms to submit offers for booking airline tickets for both local and international travel for IHP staff and guests.
The Vendors must demonstrate capacity, based upon technical expertise, management capability, and financial resources.
Palladium intends to sign a Service Level Agreement (contract) with the lowest responsive and responsible bidder.

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USAID INTEGRATED HEALTH PROGRAM-

REQUEST FOR QUOTATION FOR COURIER/BULK HAULAGE SERVICE FOR USAID INTEGRATED HEALTH PROGRAM (IHP)

USAID INTEGRATED HEALTH PROGRAM
REQUEST FOR QUOTATION
RFQ REFERENCE NUMBER: NUMBER IHP-2022- RFQ008
TITLE: COURIER/BULK HAULAGE SERVICE FOR USAID INTEGRATED HEALTH PROGRAM (IHP).

OVERVIEW

USAID’s Integrated Health Program (IHP) would like to invite eligible firms to submit offers for courier/Bulk Haulage Service Company for both local and international shipments.

The Vendors must demonstrate capacity, based upon technical expertise, management capability, and financial resources.

Palladium intends to sign a Service Level Agreement (contract) with the lowest responsive and responsible bidder.

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RURAL ELECTRIFICATION AGENCY-
RE: INVITATION FOR SUBMISSION OF TENDER FOR RURAL ELECTRIFICATION AGENCY PROJECTS UNDER THE 2021 APPROPRIATION ACT

RURAL ELECTRIFICATION AGENCY(SECOND ADDENDUM) RE: INVITATION FOR SUBMISSION OF TENDER FOR RURAL ELECTRIFICATION AGENCY PROJECTS UNDER THE 2021 APPROPRIATION ACTADDENDUM The Rural Electrification Agency wishes to draw the attention of all interested bidders and the general public to its earlier advertisement published in the Federal Tenders...

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PRO-HEALTH INTERNATIONAL-

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST/INVITATION TO PREQUALIFICATION FOR SELECTION AS COMMUNITY-BASED ORGANIZATION FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF OVC PROGRAM

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST/INVITATION TO PREQUALIFICATION FOR SELECTION AS COMMUNITY-BASED ORGANIZATION FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF OVC PROGRAM

PRO-HEALTH INTERNATIONAL is a faith-based, non-profit organization that has provided free health care services to under-served populations in Nigeria for over 29 years. PHI has received funding support from CDC, USAID and other donor organizations for various interventions to implement HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care projects and Global Health security projects.

Pro-Health International is inviting community Based organizations (CBOs) based in Taraba states for pre-qualification for implementation of a 5-year (Dec 2019 – Nov 2024) USAID funded OVC project: Integrated Child Health and Social Services (ICHSSA4) to be implemented in Taraba States.

Selected CBOs will work at the LGA(s) to provide quality services to Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) in the states with focus on achieving and supporting PERPFER goal of 95, 95,95 in collaboration with other implementing partners and stakeholders at the state.

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SOKOTO STATE MINISTRY OF WORKS AND TRANSPORT-

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR PROJECTS

SOKOTO STATE GOVERNMENT
MINISTRY OF WORKS AND TRANSPORT
USMAN FARUK SECRETARIAT
SOKOTO
INVITATION TO TENDER FOR PROJECTS

1. The Sokoto State Government, through the Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education and the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Survey intend to embark on the construction of key developmental projects, in furtherance of its Urban renewal program. Accordingly, reputable experienced, and competent interested contractors are hereby invited to tender for the following projects.

(i) Construction of Sheik Abubakar Mahmoud Gummi Memorial College Sokoto
(ii) Dualisation of Road from Welcome to Sokoto Gate to Zamau Junction at Rikina – (7.1km)
(iii) Construction of Double Carriageway from Kasarawa (along Airport Road) to Zamau Junction (12km)

2. COLLECTION OF TENDER DOCUMENTS:

(i) Tender (Bid) documents are to be obtained from the Ministry of Works and Transport, Usman Faruk Secretariat, Sokoto upon presentation of a receipt of payment of a non-refundable fee of N250,000:00 for each project paid into the State Consolidated Revenue Account No. 5030063938 into Fidelity Bank Pic and Sort Code 070221068.
(ii) The duly completed documents should be signed, sealed, and submitted not later than 2 weeks from the date of this publication. The documents should contain both technical and financial Bids together with evidence of registration with the State Bureau of Public Procurement, Price Intelligence, and Public-Private Partnership. The project title should also be indicated on the right-hand corner of the envelope.
(iii) Closing date for submission of Tender documents is Tuesday 7/9/2021 by 12:00 noon.

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INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MIGRATION (IOM)-

INVITATION TO SUBMIT EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR SERVICE PROVIDERS OPERATING SAFE HOUSES, REHABILITATION SHELTERS AND OTHER VICTIM SUPPORT SERVICES FOR VULNERABLE GROUPS

INVITATION TO SUBMIT EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR SERVICE PROVIDERS OPERATING SAFE HOUSES, REHABILITATION SHELTERS AND OTHER VICTIM SUPPORT SERVICES FOR VULNERABLE GROUPS Note: organizations/ shelter providers that have previously applied for the EOI do not need to apply again Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration (AVRR) is an...

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EDO STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES-

INVITATION FOR BIDS (IFB) FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF FARM MACHINERIES, LABORATORY EQUIPMENT, WARES AND CONSUMABLES

EDO STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES
INVITATION FOR BIDS (IFB) FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF FARM MACHINERY, LABORATORY EQUIPMENT, WARES AND CONSUMABLES
ED/CANR/2021/NCB/001
24TH AUGUST, 2021.

1.0 INTRODUCTION
The Edo State College of Agriculture and Natural Resources on behalf of Edo Government and from its approved Budget for 2021 Fiscal year is desirous of carrying out its procurement and intends to apply part of the budget for the intended capital expenditure Consequently Edo State College of Agriculture and Natural Resources now invites seal bids form eligible bidders, for the supply of the underlisted:

a. Farm machineries.
b. Supply and Installation of equipment
c. Supply of Laboratory wares, chemicals, and other consumables to provide world class teaching and learning research environment for the college

2.0 PROJECT DESCRIPTION
S/NO. DESCRIPTION LOT
1 Farm Machineries (Tractors with implements); Survey Equipment, Weather Station; Farm tools;
Livestock Production Equipment (Battery Cages, Drinkers, Calf Tags, Rotags, Elastrator etc.);
Incubator and Hatchery Accessories; Laboratory Equipment, Reagents, Wares and Consumables 1(A, B & C)
2 Laboratory Equipment, Reagents, Wares and Consumables 2(A & B)
3 Laboratory Equipment, Reagents, Wares and Consumables 3(A & B)

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ICAP-

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST AND PRE-QUALIFICATION OF VENDORS FOR VARIOUS SERVICES

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)
PRE-QUALIFICATION OF VENDORS 2021
EOI ANNOUNCEMENT DATE: TUESDAY 24, AUGUST 2021
EOI SUBMISSION DEADLINE: TUESDAY 7, SEPTEMBER 2021; 12NOON, NIGERIAN TIME

Important Note: Organizations are instructed NOT to submit superfluous materials such as photos, news articles or other attachments that are not requested in this EOI. Any additional materials will not be reviewed.

ICAP at Columbia University, New York is a global health leader since 2003, ICAP was founded at Columbia University with one overarching goal: to improve the health of families and communities.

Together with our partners – ministries of health, large multilateral, health care providers, and patients – we strive for a world where health is available to all. To date, we have addressed major public health challenges and the needs of local health systems through 6,000 sites across 30 countries

ICAP is currently implementing the TMEC/RISE, TRACE and CQUIN projects funded by USAID, CDC and Bill and Melinda Gates in Nigeria and we are in the process of creating database of prequalified vendors and service providers under different lots for the new fiscal year.

This advert seeks to invite interested vendors/suppliers and service providers (including our current and previous suppliers) to submit a written response (“Response”) for the provision of the under listed services to ICAP Nigeria. The solicitation provides prospective vendors with the relevant operational and performance requirements. If your organization is interested, please respond to the eligibility requirements for consideration

Please note that this is not a Request for quotation (RFQ) nor a commitment from ICAP Nigeria to fund any organization that responds by sending an expression of interest. ICAP Nigeria will release a detailed Request for Quotation (RFQ) to only pre-qualified vendors.

EOI Number EOI TITLE SPECIFICATIONS
EOI-ICAP-CHS-01-21 Provision of Car Hire Services The organization must be able to provide car hire service to ICAP in at least one of the states in Nigeria, with reference to the Abuja, Lagos, Benue, Rivers, Gombe, Kaduna, Niger, Cross Rivers, Akwa Ibom, Adamawa, Anambra and Taraba states and should have a physical office in Abuja.
EOI-ICAP-SS-02-21 Provision of Security Services The organization would advise and report on the security situation in the country including threats and trends that need to be monitored. They will also be tasked to maintain a vigilant approach to ensure the safety and security of staff and project property always; by providing support to all staff in the areas of security management, security awareness, contingency planning and security emergencies
EOI-ICAP-TAS-03-21 Provision of Travel Agent Services The organization would provide booking of local and international travel ticked to ICAP staff, and be a reputable organization duly registered with Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) and an IATA Member. The organization should be able to issue tickets on all Nigerian Airlines with no restrictions
EOI-ICAP-PS-04-21 Provision of Printing Services Bidders should be able to provide high quality full black & white and colour printing of books, brochure, booklets, leaflets, folders, letters heads, illustrations, posters, banners, envelopes, souvenirs etc.
EOI-ICAP-HS-05-21 Provision of Hotel Services Bidders must be hotels with proof of adequate security measures within and around its’ vicinity with good capability and financial strength to supply ICAP with hotel accommodation and conference/meeting facilities. Expressions are welcomed from hotels in all states of Nigeria with reference to the Abuja, Lagos, Niger, Plateau, Cross Rivers, Akwa Ibom, Kaduna, Katsina, Rivers Adamawa, Gombe, Anambra and Taraba States.
EOI-ICAP-CS-06-21 Provision of Catering Services Service providers that can demonstrate sufficient capacity and experience to provide caterings services for meetings and trainings. Expressions are welcomed from organizations from all states of Nigeria with reference to Abuja.
EOI-ICAP-IS-07-21 Provision of Internet Services Installation and maintenance of internet Connectivity and relevant services with fiber optic internet option and with a physical presence/office in Abuja
EOI-ICAP-SOS-08-21 Provision of Stationery and Office Supplies Supply of stationeries and office consumables (Tea items and cleaning items) to ICAP office in Abuja.
EOI-ICAP-SOS-08B-21 Provision of Furniture and office equipment Supply of standard office furniture and equipment to ICAP office in Abuja.
EOI-ICAP-OM-09-21 Provision of Office maintenance Bidders should have the technical expertise and be available to provide facility maintenance services such as plumbing, carpentry, electric work, repair, and maintenance, within 24 hours after receipt of original purchase order.
EOI-ICAP-OICTE-10-21 Provision of Office I.C.T. Equipment. Bidders should have the ability to provide ICAP with Computer hardware and related accessories – laptops, TFT screens, docking stations, servers etc., and ICT accessories – data carriers, virtual conference equipment, beamers, network, switches, keyboards, webcams, cables, routers, splitters, laptop locks, carrying cases etc.
EOI-ICAP-IBS-11-21 Provision of Insurance Broker Services ICAP is looking for reputable organizations duly registered with the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NCRIB) and licensed by the National Insurance Commission (NAICOM). Such services and required coverage include but is not limited to, property insurance for buildings, contents, and mobile equipment, Group life and Vehicle Insurance
EOI-ICAP-HMO-12-21 Provision of HMO Services Expressions are welcomed from HMOs with contacts in all states of Nigeria with reference to the Abuja, Lagos, Niger, Plateau, Cross River, Akwa Ibom, Kaduna, Katsina, Rivers Adamawa, Gombe and Taraba States but should have physical office/presence in Abuja to be considered for the provision of the following services below:–          Management of the provision of healthcare services and associated payments for ICAP staff for 24 hours and seven (7) days of the week–          Management of prompt emergency services and accident situation–          High quality referral systems among health service providers across Nigeria–          Provision of medical reports and statistics on usage and coverage–          Advisory on healthcare services such as, wellness programs, epidemics etc.–          Prompt customer service response.
EOI-ICAP-JAN-13-21 Provision of Janitorial services Bidders would be required to perform ground maintenance, gardening, pest control, garbage collection and disposal and housekeeping services.
EOI-ICAP-DIE-14-21 Provision of Diesel Supply Supply of Diesel to ICAP office in Abuja.
EOI-ICAP-CSCS-15-21 Provision of Courier Services and Cold-chain Supplies Render courier services and cold chain supply with contacts in all states of Nigeria with reference to the Federal Capital Territory, Lagos, Niger, Plateau, Cross Rivers, Akwa Ibom, Kaduna, Kastina, Rivers, Adamawa, Gombe and Taraba States and a physical office/presence in Abuja.

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