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REQUEST FOR QUOTATION FOR STATIONERIES FOR GALS CONSULTANCY

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PROCUREMENT REFERENCE: REQ02298/BAU/001
CLOSING DATE: 12TH NOV, 2020 AT 5:00 PM
RFQ TITLE: STATIONERIES FOR GALS CONSULTANCY.
REQUESTED BY :
NAME: PAMELA ODEH
ADDRESS: 11 GANGES STREET – OFF ALVAN IKOKU WAY – MAITAMA, ABUJA, NIGERIA
CONTACT: PAMELA ODEH
PHONE: +234 (0) 7086625290
EMAIL: ngaoxfamvendors@oxfam.org
THIS IS NOT A PURCHASE ORDER (*)

Please provide a quotation for the items listed below. Please specify the period of validity of the quotation, sign or stamp it, and return to the requester.

SPECIAL INSTRUCTION:
Please note any and all exclusions, exceptions and deviations from our specifications.
Please outline and describe any additional economies not specified in this RFQ that would result in an improvement in the resulting bid.
Our standard terms and conditions will apply to any orders placed in conjunction with this RFQ – Vendor may request a copy at any time.
All conditions affecting PRICE, delivery, or terms of payment must be quoted in this bid.
If you do not intend to quote, please return this bid marked as ‘WILL NOT BID’.
5% withholding tax will be deducted from total cost for individuals and 10% for corporate companies

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CONSULTANCY FOR HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY APPROACH (HEA) ENDLINE ASSESSMENT OF PROACT PROJECT IN ADAMAWA AND KEBBI STATES, NIGERIA

OXFAM CONSULTANCY FOR HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY APPROACH (HEA) ENDLINE ASSESSMENT OF PROACT PROJECT IN ADAMAWA AND KEBBI STATES, NIGERIA

The purpose and objectives of the consultancy is to conduct a rapid HEA endline assessment in the two pre-defined (at baseline) livelihood zones and to compare baseline and endline figures for specific programme indicators (the indicators will be shared with the selected consultant during the inception meeting). The consultant will analyse the endline data and compare the results with the baseline to determine: Changes in cropping patterns, crop diversity and crop production; Changes in dietary diversity; Changes in income levels, and sources of income; Changes in expenditure levels, patterns of expenditure and discretionary expenditure; The impact of any shocks in the past three years, changes in coping strategies/ response to shocks and any evidence that climate adaptation has increased resilience to climatic shocks; Price changes and the impact on income and expenditure; Changes in wealth ranking – have the farmers moved into a higher or lower wealth group since the reference year? All indicators will be disaggregated to assess whether there were any gender-specific impacts of the programme.

It would be possible to attribute the impact of the programme by comparing changes in the livelihoods of participants and non-participants. In this case, however, analysis at endline will focus on disaggregation of changes observed for the participants according to the year they joined the programme to see if there is a gradient of impact; disaggregate by gender to see if there are any gender specific impacts; and disaggregate by wealth group to see if poverty status impacts the ability of a household to achieve real change.
The survey will cover targeted poor and vulnerable households within the seven (7) targeted Local Government Areas (LGAs) in Adamawa and Kebbi States.

4.0 METHODOLOGY
The consultant firm will prepare a proposal, including the methodology and a schedule of work for its visit. During the visit the consultant will work closely with the MELSA team liaising closely with the Livelihood program coordinator and Project manager.

5.0 RESPONSIBILITIES
5.1 Oxfam/PROACT team will be responsible for
Providing any key documentation required by the consultant (proposals, M&E framework, baseline report, baseline datasets etc.)
Mobilizing community participants.
Inviting staff and government officials to attend any necessary trainings.
Providing input and feedback on draft report
Coordinating the inception and final draft reports meetings

5.2 THE CONSULTANT WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR
Reviewing key project documents including programme/project proposals, baseline (including data sets), M&E plan, relevant reports etc.
Defining the schedule for the support visit (according to requirements in this ToR) and agreeing with project coordinator;
Conducting capacity assessment of staff to do HEA data collection;
Conducting refresher training of PROACT staff as mandated by results of capacity assessment;
Coordinating PROACT staff to complete the data collection during the specified timeframe.
Collating and inserting the data into the HEA tables and analysing the results with
PROACT staff.
Presenting the initial findings to Oxfam/PROACT team.
Preparing a brief endline report and incorporating Oxfam/PROACT feedback.

6.0 DELIVERABLES:
– An inception report detailing methodologies to be used and sample size calculations, a detailed execution plan, data-collection tools for-household-economic assessment (HEA),
– Staff HEA capacity assessment and subsequent refresher training schedule.
– A presentation of the key findings and recommendations to Oxfam and other stakeholders in Abuja (this is optional depending availability of funds). Alternatively, an online presentation will be required to be made to Oxfam technical team);
– A concise endline report (25 pages max in .doc and .pdf format) detailing the changes between baseline and endline figures for the key indicators cited in this ToR; relevent graphs as agreed with the Oxfam and PROACT team; any differences in proportions of HH in each wealth ranking between baseline and endline; attribution for any differences noted; conclusions on the success or otherwise of the programme at alleviating poverty; Practical and SMART recommendations for future programming.
The HEA datasets (storage and analysis spreadsheets) in excel format must be annexed to the report.

SKILLS AND EXPERTISE REQUIRED:
A reputed organization with proven experience in conducting HEA studies who possess the following expertise only should apply:
i. At least 10 years of experience in undertaking HEA with specific reference to utilization of Household Economy Analytical Framework in undertaking community profiling in conflict affected context.
ii. Experience in the Household Economy Approach (HEA), both field data collection and analysis.
iii. Involved in at least 4 previous HEA studies, with 2 at Team Leader level.
iv. Experience in training HEA field teams.
v. Experience in HEA Outcomes Analysis.
vi. Proven experience of working in Northern Nigeria.
vii. Proven experience of working in conflict prone settings.

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NATIONAL ORTHOPAEDIC HOSPITAL, DALA, KANO STATE-

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR COVID-19 EMERGENCY PROCUREMENT

NATIONAL ORTHOPAEDIC HOSPITAL,
PMB 3087, DALA, KANO STATE
INVITATION TO TENDER FOR COVID-19 EMERGENCY PROCUREMENT

1. INTRODUCTION
In compliance with the requirements of the Public Procurement Act, 2007 and extant regulations on the Procurement of Goods, Works and Services, the National Orthopaedic Hospital Dala, Kano State, in furtherance of its responsibility as a tertiary health institution in the management of COVID-19 pandemic, hereby invites interested, competent and reputable contractors with relevant experience, requisite expertise and good track record to submit Technical/Financial Bids for the under-listed projects:

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FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION (FAO)-

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR THE PREQUALIFICATION OF SUPPLIERS FOR THE PROVISION OF LAN SET UP SERVICES IN KANO STATE, CALABAR CROSS RIVER STATE & LAGOS STATE

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION (FAO)
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR THE PREQUALIFICATION OF SUPPLIERS FOR THE PROVISION OF LAN SET UP SERVICES IN KANO STATE, CALABAR CROSS RIVER STATE & LAGOS STATE
REFERENCE: EOI-FAO-NG-2020-003 – PROVISION OF LAN SET UP SERVICES
BENEFICIARY COUNTRY(IES): NIGERIA
REGISTRATION LEVEL: BASIC
PUBLISHED ON: 04-NOV-2020
DEADLINE ON: 12-NOV-2020 13:00 (GMT 0.00) WESTERN EUROPE TIME, LONDON, LISBON, CASABLANCA

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UNDP ABUJA –

NIGERIA- REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR COMPREHENSIVE NATIONWIDE SOCIOECONOMIC ASSESSMENT

COMPREHENSIVE NATIONWIDE SOCIOECONOMIC ASSESSMENTProcurement Process :RFP – REQUEST FOR PROPOSALNGA10 – 0000007712   Click here to participateOffice :UNDP ABUJA – NIGERIADeadline :12-Nov-20 @ 11:59 AM (New York time)Posted on :03-Nov-20 @ 10:30 AM (New York time)Development Area :SERVICESReference Number :72233Link to Atlas Project :00078979 – EQUITABLE AND...

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INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MIGRATION-

CONSULTANT /PROTECTION AND COUNTER TRAFFICKING MAINSTREAMING) MHPSS

CONSULTANT /PROTECTION AND COUNTER TRAFFICKING MAINSTREAMING) MHPSS

CONTEXT:

Humanitarian actors have a shared responsibility for mainstreaming protection across the Joint Response Plan (JRP). Sectors and partners are responsible for ensuring activities within the scope of their sectorial response plans integrate protection principles and standards. In line with the 2020 JRP and the objective of ensuring age, gender, and diversity approaches, and in order to facilitate the process of protection mainstreaming across the response, the Protection Sector will institute Protection Mainstreaming Focal Points. Through joint engagement between Protection Working Group (PWG), The PWG Task Team (PWG TT), and the Protection Mainstreaming Focal Points (PM FPs), efforts will be scaled up to integrate protection principles into the delivery of assistance and services so that Sectors and service providers can ensure response activities target the most vulnerable, enhance safety, dignity, and promote and protect the rights of the beneficiaries in line with the “DO NO HARM” principle and without inadvertently contributing to, or perpetuating discrimination, abuse, violence, neglect and exploitation. With the above objective in mind, Protection Sector aims to provide guidance, trainings, and technical advice on protection mainstreaming to Sector staff and Sectorial partners through Protection Mainstreaming Focal Points who will be guided by the PWG Task Team in actively supporting and engaging with existing Sectors.

During displacement majority of the crisis-affected people have experienced extreme violence, and loss of family members, social connections, and property; they have accumulated and protracted stress, and are suffering from a deterioration in living conditions, a disruption of pre-existing protective mechanisms and a lack of access to essential services, such as health and education. Displaced populations face grave protection risks and violations such as exploitation and abuse, arbitrary and extended detentions, family separation, restrictions on freedom of movement and insecurity.[1] Vulnerabilities are seen exacerbated by pre-existing and emergency induced mental health and psychosocial problems faced by the affected population. This is particularly true in terms of the most vulnerable sub-groups of the population, including the elderly and chronically sick, persons with physical and mental disabilities, female- and child-headed households, unaccompanied and-or separated children, adolescent boys and girls, pregnant and/or lactating women and people returning from captivity. Also, there is a growing body of evidence demonstrating that humanitarian crises, such as armed conflicts, natural disasters, and protracted unrest, can lead to an increase in Trafficking in Persons (TiP). This is especially true in the context of largescale internal and/or cross-border movements. TiP is a grave violation of human rights and a serious crime in international law and Nigerian national legislation. Through deception, coercion, physical or psychological threats, or the abuse of their position of vulnerability, victims of human trafficking may be exploited in various forms including, but not limited to, forced labour, begging, organ removal, sexual exploitation, or forced marriage.

Core Functions / Responsibilities:

  1. The Protection Mainstreaming expert will be the referral point within the Unit and regularly attend Sectorial meetings and provide needed insights and support on mainstreaming protection (act as a catalyst)
  2. In consultation with the Protection project officer, ensure timely responses and feedbacks to questions presented by Sectors
  3. Based on the established training modules / materials, conduct trainings to Sector staff and partners. Identify needs of capacity building and inform identified needs to the Protection Project officer
  4. Provide insight to the MHPSS Programme manager on key strategic activities/approaches based on engagement with the Sectors as well as identify challenges where targeted support is required.
  5. Implementation of PM workplan established by the MHPSS/Protection Unit.
  6. Protection mainstreaming expert will track the mainstreaming work plan and produce progress report to the MHPSS Programme Manager
  7. In coordination with the Protection Project Officer and GBV project officer, engage in the development of key guidance notes which contributes towards programming of the Unit response for the different donors

Realistic delivery dates and details as to how the work must be delivered.

The expected deliverables will

Contribute in establishing comprehensive prevention and risk mitigation model based on main findings from a data collection system with indicators, to enable identifying patterns, trends, and conduct more rigorous evaluation of prevention programme in the north east of Nigeria.

4th month of the consultancy

To improve and define set of protection indicators that can be integrated with information tracking system that will help identify and analyze the determinants and risk factors of protection concerns, while adapting MHPSS planning and programming aimed at strengthening knowledge management among displaced persons in Northeast Nigeria.

3rd Month of the consultancy

Conduct one protection assessment to identify protection risks, threats, contributing factors, gaps in available services and understand coping strategies that exists.

2nd Month of the consultancy

Draft a comprehensive document that will analyze risks from the data collected and develop a wider range of strategies and activities that will reduce protection risk, threats, vulnerabilities and increase capacities. Including a chapter on systematization of statistics available.

4th Month of the consultancy

Put in place a comprehensive protection strategy (including CT in crises and GBV) on prevention, protection, and prosecution in response to the needs of the affected population in NE Nigeria.

4th and 5th Month of the Consultancy

Strengthening data and information-sharing (particularly amongst law enforcement and protection sector actors), while evaluating and strengthening existing tools to foster due diligence; Protection strengthening capabilities that identify, assist and protect population vulnerable to human trafficking and other threats in conflict.

3rd and 6th month of the consultancy

Establish an evaluation strategy Systematic work with Best Practice and Lesson Learned connected to capacity building. Systematize the training of law enforcement bodies and other trainings conducted in protection mainstreaming.

The consultant should integrate a gender analysis of survivors and identify areas of improvement to improve identification and detection of victims, as well the referral mechanisms

5th Month of the consultancy

Coordinate the implementing in the field/AoR the mainstreaming of protection key messages and strategies for all initiatives, current and pipeline.

Support the protection team, in coordination with relevant project management team in the Area of Responsibility (AoR), in protection mainstreaming planning and integration in the project implementation activities in the field.

Participate in the Protection cluster, Anti trafficking task force and other working groups or related AoR mechanisms on Sexual Gender-based Violence (SGBV) prevention including Protection for Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) and Inter Agency Standing Committee (IASC) guidelines, and counter-trafficking.

Take part in the protection team’s periodic as well as ad hoc meetings for the project and relevant counterpart mechanisms.

Assist in the development and facilitation of mandatory protection training (e.g. PSEA, CT in crisis etc) for all project/field staff, consultants, and local partners.

Undertake duty travel to project AoR to provide support and quality checks to field colleagues and implementation progress. Propose measures that will improve efficiency and quality of project implementation.

1, 2,3, 4, 5 month of the consultancy

Tangible and Measurable Output of the Work Assignment:

1- Define set of protection indicators that can be integrated with information tracking system that will help identify and analyze the determinants and risk factors of protection concerns, while adapting MHPSS planning and programming aimed at strengthening knowledge management among displaced persons in NE Nigeria

2- Conduct one protection assessment to identify protection risks, threats, contributing factors, gaps in available services and understand coping strategies that exists

3- Draft a comprehensive document that will analyze risks from the data collected and develop a wider range of strategies and activities that will reduce protection risk, threats, vulnerabilities and increase capacities. Including a chapter on systematization of statistics available

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INVITATION TO TENDER FOR SUPPLY OF LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY TO OXFAM TARABA

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INVITATION TO TENDER
PROCUREMENT REFERENCE: TD 20/ 005 / ABV-NG
TENDER TITLE 1: SUPPLY OF LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY TO OXFAM TARABA

Oxfam is a registered International Non-Governmental Organization that focuses its activities on providing a comprehensive response to poverty, working cohesively in the four areas that constitute its identity: development cooperation, humanitarian action, faire trade, social mobilization, campaigns and education for global citizenship.

Oxfam is conducting a tender process within Nigeria and invites your submission of proposal to provide Oxfam, within its requirements for the Supply of Livestock and Poultry to Oxfam Taraba.

As per the conditions detailed in the Tender Dossier.

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INVITATION TO TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY OF NPK 15:15:15, 20:10:10/ UREA 46:0:0 FERTILIZER

INVITATION TO TENDER
TENDER REFERENCE: TD 20/004/ABV-NG
TENDER TITLE: SUPPLY OF NPK 15:15:15, 20:10:10/ UREA 46:0:0 FERTILIZER
DATE: 15TH OCT 2020

OXFAM is a registered International Non-Governmental Organization. It is a member of Oxfam International, an international confederation of 17 organizations working together in 98 countries with partners and other allies around the world.

Oxfam focuses its activities on providing a comprehensive response to poverty, working cohesively in the four areas that constitute its identity development cooperation, humanitarian action fair trade, social mobilization, campaigns and education for global citizenship.

Oxfam is conducting a tender process within Nigeria and invites your submission of a proposal to provide Oxfam, within their requirements: Agricultural inputs (NPK and Urea Fertilizer) as per the conditions detailed in the tender dossier for her projects in Taraba, Bauchi, Kebbi, and Adamawa States.

Suppliers from this location are strongly advised to bid.

Tender dossier can be obtained by interested parties from
Attention: The Tender committee
Email: ngaoxfamyendors@oxfam.org

Please note: The email subject must bear the tender reference only: TD 20/0041ABV-NG or at the below address:
OXFAM: 11 GANGES STREET – OFF ALVAN IKOKU WAY – MAITAMA – ABUJA, NIGERIA BETWEEN 8:30 AM – 5PM (ABUJA TIME) MONDAY TO THURSDAY, 8:30AM -1PM FRIDAY.

The deadline for submission of tenders is 12th Nov. 2020 AT 5PM (ABUJA TIME) upon conditions in the tender dossier.

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CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA (CBN)-

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR THE PRODUCTION OF PLASTIC CURRENCY BOXES FOR THE CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
FOR THE PRODUCTION OF PLASTIC CURRENCY BOXES FOR THE CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA
RFP NO: CBN/COD/REP/2020/013

1. INTRODUCTION:
As part of the processes to modernize the cash management activities and usher in a more effective currency management regime, the CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA (CBN) proposes to commence the process of procuring Plastic currency boxes for the storage of Currency instead of Aluminum Boxes currently in use. Section 18(c) of the CBN Act 2007 authorised the Bank to “arrange for the safe custody of un-issued stocks of currency notes and for the preparation, safe custody and destruction of plates and paper for the printing of currency notes and disc for the minting of coins

The CBN had approved the introduction of Plastic Cash boxes to replace aluminum boxes which are currently used to pack finished Banknotes and processed currency notes. The recommendation for a discontinuation of the use of aluminum boxes was due to the dampness and corrosion of the banknotes contained therein over time. The Plastic boxes represent the future of banknotes packaging as they are stronger, lighter, more durable, and environmentally friendly, can easily be recycled and more importantly support the planned modernization and automation of currency management operation and Mint Banknote Tracking Systems.

2. SCOPE OF WORK
The CBN is seeking proposals from suitably qualified Indigenous companies with proven record of manufacture and supply of plastics in Nigeria, to produce sample of plastic currency boxes. This is to enable the Bank assess their capability to produce plastic currency boxes.

3. SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS:
The plastic boxes are expected to meet the following specifications:
a) Crush Proof: The boxes should endure hammering without damage and distortion to ensure banknotes’ safety. The boxes should also be protected against impact, dent resistant and able to withstand rough handling.
b) Waterproof: The boxes should continuously allow the free passage of gases and vapours, to prevent a build-up to the point that a seal is compromised, Water, dust and dirt should be repelled by the hydrophobic membrane, thereby protecting the currency notes. Materials used to produce the box should be good enough to protect the case under 3ft of water for 30 minutes. C
c) Trauma-proof: The boxes should have good fatigue resistance, 15 times fatigue resistance than stainless steel and long service life.
d) Fire-resistant: The boxes should endure fire without burning or distortion and withstand high temperatures (about 1200″F/30 minutes heat).
e) The boxes should be made from a durable material that is highly chemical resistant and light weight – % weight of same thickness steel more convenient for handling and transit.
f) The boxes should be made of hard durable and non-corrosive materials. The material should not be made of hazardous substances and not contain banned or restricted material (e.g. cadmium, mercury, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls) and polybrominated biphenyl ethers.
g) The boxes should have space for colour labelling to identify the eight different Nigerian banknote denominations.
h) Design: The boxes should have an open cell core with solid wall design – strong, light weight. The boxes should be stackable, reinforced at the edges and be installed with handles on three sides with lockable latches, as well as, have provision for tamper-proof seals for the security of the content.
i) The boxes should be made in two distinct sizes; a standard size (to hold 10,000 pieces of banknotes) and a jumbo size (to hold 50,000 pieces of banknotes) and the plastic must be environmentally friendly, and any waste boxes should be recyclable.
The firm(s) with sample that meets the requirement shall, thereafter, be engaged for mass productions.

4. MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS:
Interested and competent vendors must submit the following documents for verification:
a) Evidence of Certificate of Incorporation and Registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) including Form CAC2 and CAC7;
b) Certified true copy of Memorandum and Article of Association.
c) Evidence of Company Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three (3) years (2017, 2018 and 2019) as at when due (such evidence should reflect the value of the projects undertaken by the company in the last three (3) years.
d) Current Pension Clearance Certificate from PENCOM.
e) Evidence of Compliance Certificate with the provisions of Section 6(1)(3) of the amended Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Act No.19 of 2011.
f) Sworn affidavit disclosing whether or not any officer of the Central Bank of Nigeria or Bureau is a former or present director, shareholder or has any pecuniary interest in the bidder and confirm that all information presented in its bid are true and correct in all particulars.
g) An Interim Registration Report (IRR) as Evidence of Registration on the BPP National Database of Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers.
h) Employees’ Compensation Scheme (ECS) Compliance Certificate issued by the Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF).

OTHERS
I. Comprehensive company profile including registered office, functional contact email address, GSM phone number(s) and facsimile number(s) with the Curriculum Vitae of Key Staff to be deployed for the project, including copies of their Academic/Professional qualifications
II. Company’s Audited statement of Accounts for the last three (3) years (2017, 2018, 2019) duly stamped by licensed Auditors.
III. Reference Letter from a Bank stating the financial ability of the vendor to carry out such projects).
IV. Verifiable evidence of similar jobs successfully executed in the past.

5. SUBMISSION:
The submissions shall be in sealed envelopes as:
i. The Mandatory Requirements should be submitted in a sealed envelope boldly marked at the top left corner:
“MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS for the Production of Sample Plastic Currency Boxes”

ii. The Sample Plastic Currency Box should be sealed and appropriately labeled in bold prints as follows:
“SAMPLE OF PLASTIC CURRENCY BOX” and “THE NAME AND CONTACT DETAILS OF THE COMPANY”

And addressed to:
The Secretary,
Major Contracts Tenders Committee
2 Floor, Wing C
Procurement & Support Services Department
CBN, Head Office Complex
Abuja
09-07080650457

6. CLOSING DATE:
All submission must be received at the above Office not later than 12:00 noon on 12th November, 2020.

7. OPENING DATE:
The Submissions will be opened immediately, following the deadline on the 12″ November, 2020.

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