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KNCV TUBERCULOSIS FOUNDATION NIGERIA-

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST/ PRE-QUALIFICATION FROM VENDORS 2021

HEALTH MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION: EXPRESSION OF INTEREST/ PRE-QUALIFICATION FROM VENDORS 2021
REFERENCE NO. – EOI-KNCV-01
KNCV TUBERCULOSIS FOUNDATION NIGERIA

KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation Nigeria (KNCV Nigeria) is a local non-profit organization dedicated to the fight against tuberculosis (TB), the deadliest infectious disease in Nigeria. KNCV Nigeria is a local center of excellence for TB control that promotes effective, efficient, innovative, and sustainable tuberculosis control strategies in a national context. Our multidisciplinary team of passionate professionals covers a broad range of expertise such as programmatic TB control, research, clinical management, social science, education, digital health, and project management.

KNCV TUBERCULOSIS FOUNDATION

KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation (KNCV International) is an international non-profit organization dedicated to the fight against tuberculosis (TB), the deadliest infectious disease in the world. KNCV is an international center of excellence for TB control that promotes effective, efficient, innovative, and sustainable tuberculosis control strategies in a national and international context. Our multidisciplinary team of passionate professionals covers a broad range of expertise such as programmatic TB control, research, clinical management, social science, education, digital health, and project management.

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NORWEGIAN REFUGEE COUNCIL-

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR SUPPLY OF WATER PUMPING MACHINE AND RETICULATION PIPE FOR DRY SEASON FARMING IN BIU LGA BORNO STATE

NORWEGIAN REFUGEE COUNCIL
NRC NIGERIA-OPEN NATIONAL TENDER

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

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

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EMBASSY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA-

SEALED BID AUCTION SALE OF USED FURNITURE, APPLIANCES, AND VEHICLES, ETC.

EMBASSY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
GSO (ABUJA) WAREHOUSE – SEALED BID AUCTION

The United States of America Embassy will conduct a SEALED BID AUCTION SALE OF USED FURNITURE, APPLIANCES, AND VEHICLES, ETC., as follows:

Inspection and Bid Submission dates: Monday & Tuesday, September 13 – 14; 2021, 9:00am – 3:00pm
Winning Bidders Notification: Wednesday & Thursday, September 15 -16; 2021
Collection of Payment and Duty: Friday, September 17; 2021 Starting 09:00am to 3:00pm.
Property removal date: Saturday, September 18 from 8; 00 am to 3:00 pm
Location: Plot 1129, Durumi. Behind America International School, Abuja.

IMPORTANT NOTICE:
Bidders will be granted access to the warehouse auction grounds in limited numbers by the security guards and permitted 30 minutes for inspection and bid submission. More time can be permitted if requested.

Bidding sheets and the auction guidelines will be available at the entrance.

Submission of bids into a sealed box will be allowed on the viewing days only.

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CHRISTOFFEL BLINDEN MISSION (CBM)-

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR CONSULTANCY TO CONDUCT BASELINE SURVEY

CONSULTANCY TO CONDUCT BASELINE SURVEY
ORGANIZATION: CBM
POSTED: 2 SEP 2021
CLOSING DATE: 14 SEP 2021
CONSULTANCY TO CONDUCT BASELINE SURVEY
CHRISTOFFEL BLINDEN MISSION (CBM)

Christoffel Blinden Mission (CBM) International is an International Christian Development Organization, committed to improving the quality of life of persons with disabilities in the poorest countries of the world. CBM provides grants sourced from private and institutional donors to local partners, who subsequently implement the grants on the basis of contracts signed with CBM detailing implementation, accounting, and reporting standards. In this set-up, CBM Country Offices (CO) perform control and monitoring procedures aimed at partner projects; control reports from implementing partners to CBM, including comparison with original source documents, project contract and cost plans; and ensure compliance with organizational and statutory requirements.

Terms of Reference for Evaluation

1. Evaluation Summary

Program/Project,

Project Number

Disability Inclusion Disaster Risk Reduction (DiDRR)/ 4136-MYP

Partner Organisation

Elim Christian Vocational Training Centre (CVTC), Igede, Oju LGA

Project start and end dates; phase of project if applicable

April 2021 – March 2023

Evaluation Purpose

To identify the predisposing risk factors to disasters and the frequency of their occurrence towards developing mitigation measures and to assess the readiness of target communities to adopt mitigation strategies that will inform planning and implementation.

Evaluation Type

Baseline assessment

Commissioning organisation/contact person

CBM Country Office / Bright Ekweremadu

Evaluation Team members (if known)

To be determined

Primary Methodology

Mixed Methods, including quantitative and qualitative methods using participatory approaches**

Proposed Evaluation Start and End Dates

20th September to 20th October,2021

Anticipated Evaluation Report Release Date

October 14th, 2021

Recipient of Final Evaluation Report

CBM Country Office

2. Background of Project

Natural and man-made disasters occur everywhere around the world including Nigeria, leading to wanton destruction of lives and property, and increasing poverty and disability in affected communities. Although, a formal baseline assessment of the impact of disasters in Oju, Obi, Konshisha Local Government Area in Benue State (being the proposed project locations) has not yet been conducted by CBM or Elim Christian Vocational Training Centre, Igede (the implementing partner organization), the Benue State Contingency Plan (2019-2020) highlights that flood, conflicts, terrorism, drought and epidemics have a highest probability of occurrence and severity in Benue State. Recently (in 2020), communal clashes over perennial land dispute between Ukpete and Bonga (two border communities in Oju and Konshisha Local Government Areas, respectively of Benue State) was reported to have claimed lives and property leaving many displaced and living in fear. These crises have persisted over the years in spite of the peace and reconciliation processes that were initiated among the warring communities.

Similarly, epidemics have been reported in and around Oju and Obi Local Government Areas in recent times due to the under-resourced health system. The most recent was a report of a “strange disease” that broke out in Oye-Obi (a border village with Ekpong Ainu, Okpoma Ainu and Ogege Idelle all of Oju Local Government Area) in Orihi Council Ward of Obi Local Government Area. The epidemic was reported to have overwhelmed the Benue State government that they sought the federal government’s intervention in order to contain its spread to neighbouring communities.

Essentially, the root causes of conflicts in the proposed project communities are due to land and border disputes. Communities that experienced these conflicts were reported to have lost economic trees, food barns, farmlands, houses and household property (motorcycles, sewing machines, etc.) in addition to lives that were lost or maimed. Clearly, the cause of floods in the proposed project locations as reported is mainly climate change, and the resultant effect was devastating.

Oftentimes, poor and marginalized groups, including persons with disabilities are worst hit in times of these disasters. As with most disasters, it is also a known fact that disasters (natural or man-made) in the target locations adversely affects persons with disabilities and creates more disabilities therefore increasing the cycle of poverty. The situation in Benue State is compounded by the fact that the state does not have a database of persons with disabilities nor is there a response plan that is inclusive of persons with disabilities.
As a result, CBM and Elim Christian Vocational Training Centre (CVTC) jointly designed a project titled, Disability Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction (DiDRR) in Benue State to address these issues within the communities. The DiDRR in Benue State is a two-year pilot project that is funded by CBM International and implemented by Elim CVTC Igede. The project intends to reduce vulnerabilities of persons with disabilities, remove the barriers that persons with disabilities in the target communities face, and mitigate impact of disasters when they occur. These will be achieved using a disability inclusive disaster risk reduction approach in building the resilience of the project communities to respond to natural and man-made disasters. The project goals are:

Overall objective – To contribute to strengthening CBM’s existing portfolio and to make the development programmes more resilient so that external shocks can be better absorbed.

Specific objective – To improve community resilience through Disability Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction in six (6) council wards in three LGAs in Benue State.

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NIGERIAN ELECTRICITY REGULATORY COMMISSION, ABUJA-

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR THE EXECUTION OF PROJECTS

NIGERIAN ELECTRICITY REGULATORY COMMISSION
PLOT 1387 CADASTRAL ZONE A00, CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT, P.M.B 136 GARKI, ABUJA
TEL: +23494621400, +23494621410
WEBSITE: www.nerc.gov.ng,
EMAIL: info@nerc.gov.ng
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)

1. INTRODUCTION
The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) was established by the ESPR Act, 2005 to create, promote, and preserve efficient industry and market structures and to ensure the optimal utilization of resources for the provision of electricity services in Nigeria.

The Commission hereby invites suitably qualified firms to submit EOI for the under listed assignments under the 2021 financial year:

2. SCOPE OF THE SERVICES

LOT NO DESCRIPTION OF THE ASSIGNMENT SCOPE OF SERVICES TO BE RENDERED SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
LOT 1 Recruitment management and testing solution The purpose of this assignment is to provide, install, train and implement a solution that will manage a recruitment process through its lifecycle and provide an integral CBT component that shall be utilized for recruitment and internal promotion examinations. Solution must be built and managed by Nigerians in line with NITDA guidelines.
LOT 2 Correspondence and document management system solution The main task is to create, store, manage and track documents electronically, specifically, the system would be used to manage scanned correspondences (mails) received from external parties and internally generated memos. The proposed features of the document library, document check in an out, version control, audit trail and security and access control. Solution must be built and managed by Nigerians in line with NITDA guidelines.

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UNICEF-

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND THE COSTING OF A NATIONAL AND STATE PLAN OF ACTION ON ENDING VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN IN NIGERIA

UNICEFRFP 9169438 THE DEVELOPMENT AND THE COSTING OF A NATIONAL AND STATE PLAN OF ACTION ON ENDING VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN IN NIGERIA.REFERENCE: RFP 9169438BENEFICIARY COUNTRY(IES): NIGERIAREGISTRATION LEVEL: BASICPUBLISHED ON: 25-AUG-2021DEADLINE ON: 14-SEP-2021 12:00 (GMT 1.00) WESTERN EUROPE TIME, LONDON, LISBON, CASABLANCA DescriptionPurpose of Assignment: Violence and...

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INFRASTRUCTURE CONCESSION REGULATORY COMMISSION-

INVITATION TO BID FOR THE SUPPLY OF ICT EQUIPMENT AND FURNITURE

THE PRESIDENCY
INFRASTRUCTURE CONCESSION REGULATORY COMMISSION
PUBLIC NOTICE
INVITATION TO BID NO. ICRC/OP/S.266
SPECIFIC PROCUREMENT NOTICE (SPN) FOR THE SUPPLY OF ICT EQUIPMENT AND FURNITURE

1. INTRODUCTION
The Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission (ICRC) was established by an Act of the National Assembly in 2005 to regulate Public-Private Partnership endeavors of the Federal Government aimed at addressing Nigeria’s physical infrastructure deficit which hampers economic development.

The ICRC Act provides for the participation of the private sector in financing, construction, development, operation and maintenance of Federal Government infrastructure or development projects through concessions or contractual arrangements.

To achieve this initiative, the Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) appropriated funds in the 2021 budget for the procurement of ICT Equipment and Furniture and intends to apply part of the proceeds of this budget to payments for the provision of these goods.
Consequently, the Commission wishes to invite reputable national contractors with relevant proven competence and experience to submit Bids for the supply of the following items.

2. SCOPE

S/N Contract/Lot Item Specifications
1a Lot 1: Procurement of ICT Equipment Laptops HP PAVILION X360 CONVERTIBLE 14 NOTEBOOK PC OR ITS EQUIVALENT with varying specifications
1b Printers HP LASERJET PRO M404DNE or equivalent
HP LASERJET ENTERPRISE M609N or equivalent
1c CCTVCameras with Installation IPC324LR3-VANDAL PROOF CAMERA or equivalent
IPC335LR4-IP68 RATING CAMERA or equivalent
1d OfficialCommunications Phone IPHONE 12 PRO 256GB SINGLE SIM or its equivalent
2 Lot 2: Furniture Supply of Office Furniture As per specifications to be provided
3 Lot 3: Works Renovation of ICRC Building As per BOQ and Specifications to be provided

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UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA-

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR SUPPLY OF DRUGS ON RETAINERSHIP FOR ONE YEAR

UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA
THE UOFA OF NIGERIA, THE UNIVERSITY FOR NATIONAL UNITY
P. M. B 117, ABUJA, FCT, NIGERIA
INVITATION TO TENDER FOR SUPPLY OF DRUGS ON RETAINERSHIP FOR ONE YEAR

1. INTRODUCTION
The University is Abuja, in furtherance of its desire to provide adequate healthcare services to its students, staff and community wishes to invite reputable drug companies to tender for the provision of drugs to its health centre on Retainership basis for one year. The goal of this is to ensure that Drugs requested for from the supplier are available to the University Health Centres at the right time, in the right quantity with good shelf life and potency in the course of the Retainership period.

In view of the importance of the provision of safe, potent, and timely delivery of these drugs on the health and safety of its community, the University places great consideration on the capacity of the participating firms to deliver during the course of the Retainership period.

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