WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME (WFP)
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
Ref.: No WFP-PROC-ABJ-EOI-2021-043
The World Food Programme (WFP) is the world’s largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide, delivering food assistance in emergencies, and working with communities to improve nutrition and build resilience. Each year, WFP assists some 80 million people in around 80 countries.
The World Food Programme (WFP) Nigeria Country office is Inviting competent and financially stable business entities that have the expertise, capability, and experience to provide the following categories of trade items;
(a) Casual Labor Services
(b) Food Retailers and Wholesalers Bade LGA, Yobe State
CATEGORY A: CASUAL LABOR SERVICES:
WFP Nigeria needs a private company that will provide casual labor employees services any time a need of such arises. The casual laborer will not be considered as WFP employee but are non-staff personnel engaged for short periods of time to perform duties.
DESCRIPTION OF CASUAL LABOURS DUTIES:
The services are usually of a manual nature, which are temporary, intermittent and seasonal in nature, paid at daily or piecework rates. Typical examples of the services of casual labor include, but are not limited to, stevedoring or other personnel employed in loading and unloading consignments of food and equipment, cleaning and gardening,
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR REGISTRATION:
(1) Legal business registration with relevant authorities (Corporate Affairs Commission).
(2) Audited financial statement for the last three (3) years.
(3) Valid Tax Clearance Certificate (TCC).
(4) Three (3) reference letters from organizations/entities you have had contracts before. (Previous experience providing casual laborer for international organisations is a plus.
(5) Technical expertise in casual labor services
(6) The ability to provide the services in Nigeria.
(7) The capacity to deploy staff to any destination Nationwide.
CATEGORY B: FOOD RETAILERS AND WHOLESALERS BADE LGA IN YOBE STATE:
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) Office in Damaturu, Yobe State, Nigeria would like to contract retailers in markets around Bade LGA for its voucher food assistance programme targeting beneficiaries in the following wards of Sarkin Hausawa, Gwio -Kura, Tagali/Sugum, Azam-Kura and Usur/Dawayo.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR REGISTRATION:
Retailers must have registered shops (must provide the CAC certificate), valid trading licenses, permanent/semi-permanent shops in the Markets in the following wards Sarkin Hausawa, Gwio -Kura, Tagali/Sugum, Azam-Kura and Usur/Dawayo of Bade LGA and be able to provide both fresh and dry nutritious food items to the targeted beneficiaries.
Interested retailers are requested to fill and submit the EOI registration form via email to email@example.com citing the reference number as the subject of the mail on or before 31 May, 2021. After registration, retailers will be assessed and selected for the contracts. Retailers without CAC Certificates and physical shop(s) will not be assessed/selected.
Interested Retailers can get the Registration Form and more Information on WFP’s requirements by sending an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information, please call telephone number: 0812 6014388.
GAIYATARYAN KASUWA DAKE SHAAWAR AIKIN VOUCHER:
Kungiyar World Food Programme da ake kira (WFP) a Damaturu Jihar Yobe, Nigeria na gaiyatar kananan yan kasuwa masu shaguna a kasuwanni da ke cikin Bade, Bursari, Fune, Jakusko and Karasuwa LGA) domin sushigo cikin shirin voucher da WFP ke shirin gudanarwa.
WFP na shirin gudanarwa shigin shigo da voucher a Gwio – Kura, Tagali/Sugum, Azam-Kura, Usur/Dawayo da Sarkin Hausawa a Bade LGA. Muna bukatar yan kasuwa su kasance lalle suna da ragistan Cooperate Affiars Commission (CAC) da lasisin kasuwanci kuma suna da shago a cikin kasuwanne kamar Gwio-Kura, Tagali/Sugum, Azam-Kura, Usur/Dawayo da Sarkin Hausawa. Yan kasuwa masu shaawar wannan shiri su cika fam din kuma aika shi ta hanyar imel zuwa email@example.com kafin ranar 31/05/2021, Bayan wanna rigista za’a tantance yan kasuwa kafin a bada aikin.
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