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CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA-

DUTCH AUCTION OF NIGERIA TREASURY BILLS

TENDER NOTICE
CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA ON BEHALF OF DMO OFFERS NIGERIAN TREASURY BILLS

Notice is hereby given by the CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA on behalf of DMO that the Federal Government of Nigeria Treasury Bills of 91, 182 and 364-day tenors amounting to N7,193,228,000; N47,476,888,000 and N161,522,566,000 respectively would be issued by Dutch auction on Thursday, July 29, 2021.

All money Market Dealers should submit bids through the CBN S4 WEB INTERFACE between 8.00 a.m. and 11.00 a.m. on Wednesday, July 28, 2021.

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UN-WOMEN-

REQUEST FOR QUOTATION FOR SUPPLY OF BRANDED ITEMS FOR SPOTLIGHT INITIATIVE 

UN-WOMEN
SUPPLY OF BRANDED ITEMS FOR SPOTLIGHT INITIATIVE
REFERENCE:RFQ/NGA30/2021/03446
BENEFICIARY COUNTRY(IES): NIGERIA
PUBLISHED ON:19-JUL-2021
DEADLINE ON:28-JUL-2021 23:59 (GMT 3.00) BAGHDAD, RIYADH, MOSCOW, ST. PETERSBURG

Description
General Instructions:

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OXFAM-

REQUEST FOR QUATATION FOR LINE YOUTH EMPLOYABILITY TRAINING

OXFAM
LINE YOUTH EMPLOYABILITY TRAINING(3172)
RFQ- REQ03172

INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND
Oxfam is an international confederation of 20independent aid and development organizations networked together to fight poverty and injustice around the world. Working with partners and local communities in more than 90 countries, the mission of Oxfam is a just world without poverty. With a conviction that people are well capable of building a life devoid of poverty on their own once given the chance to do so, Oxfam works on projects in developing countries, lobbies companies,and governments to take into account the interests of the poorest people and campaigns to ensure men and women are involved in decisions on issues that affect their lives. In Nigeria, Oxfam’s focus areas are Economic Justice/Livelihoods, Humanitarian programming, Gender Justice / Female Leadership,and Good Governance, adopting arights-based approach. The overarching goal is to enable people to exercise their rights and manage their own lives

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U.S EMBASSY ABUJA-

REQUEST FOR QUOTES FOR CCTV INSTALLATION

REQUEST FOR QUOTES – PR9999056- CCTV INSTALLATION:: DUE: JULY 28, 2021

July 12, 2021

The Embassy of the United States of America, Abuja invites you to submit a quotation for furnishing and installation of Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) System at USAID/Nigeria Guest House at # 26 Agadez Street Wuse II, Abuja.

Your quotation must be submitted to the Contracting Officer in an email to AbujaProcbids@state.gov on or before close of business (COB) July 28,  2021 (Local Time). No quotations will be accepted after this time. Your email must be titled “RFQ# PR9999056 for Installation of CCTV at USAID Guest House.”

The site visit for this requirement has been scheduled as below:
Date: July 21, 2021
Time:  11am,
Venue: USAID Guest House, # 26 Agadez Street Wuse II, Abuja.

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UNHCR-

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR CONSTRUCTION OF CONFERENCE HALL AND IMPROVEMENT OF WORK ON THE ACCESS CONTROL AND SECURITY FOR UNHCR FIELD OFFICE TAKUM 

UNHCR
CONSTRUCTION OF CONFERENCE HALL AND IMPROVEMENT OF WORK ON THE ACCESS CONTROL AND SECURITY FOR UNHCR FIELD OFFICE TAKUM
REFERENCE: HCR.RFP.NGA.21.002
BENEFICIARY COUNTRY(IES): NIGERIA
REGISTRATION LEVEL: BASIC
PUBLISHED ON: 13-JUL-2021
DEADLINE ON: 28-JUL-2021 00:00 (GMT 1.00) WESTERN EUROPE TIME, LONDON, LISBON, CASABLANCA

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UNICEF-

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR CONDUCTING AN ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION INTO THE ECONOMIC COST OF CONFLICT AND ITS IMPACT ON VALUE OF PRODUCTION AS WELL AS ITS IMPLICATION ON THE PROTECTION AND WELLBEING OF CHILDREN IN NORTHEAST NIG

UNICEF
CONDUCTING AN ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION INTO THE ECONOMIC COST OF CONFLICT AND ITS IMPACT ON VALUE OF PRODUCTION AS WELL AS ITS IMPLICATION ON THE PROTECTION AND WELLBEING OF CHILDREN IN NORTHEAST NIG
Reference: RFPS 2021-9168480
Beneficiary country(ies): Nigeria
Registration level: Basic
Published on: 13-Jul-2021
Deadline on: 28-Jul-2021 13:00 (GMT 1.00) Western Europe Time, London, Lisbon, Casablanca

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IKEJA ELECTRIC PLC. (IE)-

INVITATION FOR THE PRE-QUALIFICATION OF CONTRACTORS FOR 132/33KV TRANSMISSION LINES & SUBSTATIONS REHABILITATION PROJECTS AND EQUIPMENT SUPPLY.

INVITATION FOR THE PRE-QUALIFICATION OF CONTRACTORS FOR 132/33KV TRANSMISSION LINES & SUBSTATIONS REHABILITATION PROJECTS AND EQUIPMENT SUPPLY.

1.0 INTRODUCTION
IKEJA ELECTRIC PLC. (IE) has received a CREDIT facility from the Central Bank of Nigeria for Accelerated Transmission – Distribution Interface Projects to invest in the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN)’s rehabilitation and expansion projects.

2.0 SCOPE POF WORK
LOT/IE/SS/1
Oke Aro 330/132/33KV substation
i) Replacement of 300MVA 330/132/33KV transformer Differential Protection relay and other materials at OkeAro 330/132/33KV Substation.
ii) Installation of additional 1x100MVA, 132/33KV Power Transformer and Construction of associated additional bays for load evacuation.

LOT/IE/SS/2
Isolo 132/33KV T/S:
i) Upgrading of T3 45MVA transformer to 60MVA, 132/33KV to accommodate more load. Upgrading of 1x30MVA tx to 1x60MVA, 132/33KV transformer and construction od associated additional bays for load evacuation.

LOT/IE/SS/3
Itire 1×30, 1X40MVA, 1X60MVA, 132/33KV T/S:
i) Upgrading of 1x30MVA TO 1X60MVA, 132/33KV transformer and construction of associated additional bays of load evacuation.
ii) Upgrading of 1x40MVA to 1X100MVA, 132/33KV power transformer and construction of associated additional bays for load evacuation.

LOT/IE/SS/4
Oworonshoki 2x30MVA replacement:
I) Replacement of 1x30MVA transformer at Oworo and construction of associated additional Bay.

LOT/IE/SS/5
Supply of:
i) 2 No 150/165 MVA, 330/132/33KV Power Transformer
ii) 2 No 100/125 MVA, 132/33KV Power Transformer
iii) 2 No 60/66 MVA, 132/33KV Power Transformer
iv) 1 No 60/66 MVA, 132/33KV Mobile Power Transformer

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THET-

CONSULTANT FOR COMMONWEALTH PARTNERSHIPS FOR ANTIMICROBIAL STEWARDSHIP

CONSULTANT FOR COMMONWEALTH PARTNERSHIPS FOR ANTIMICROBIAL STEWARDSHIP (CWPAMS) PROGRAMME,
ORGANIZATION: THET
CLOSING DATE: 28 JUL 2021
TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR RESPONSIBILITIES OF THET CWPAMS CONSULTANT, NIGERIA.

Introduction to the Commonwealth Partnerships for Antimicrobial Stewardship. Funded by the UK Department for Health and Social Care’s Fleming Fund and managed by THET and the Commonwealth Pharmacists Association (CPA), the first round of CwPAMS funded 12 health partnerships to tackle the growing challenge of antimicrobial resistance in Ghana, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. These projects focus on strengthening the capacity of health workers in antimicrobial stewardship within individual health institutions. All activities fed into implementing the governments’ AMR National Action Plans. The THET Nigeria Consultant will carry out activities in Nigeria for the Commonwealth Partnerships for Antimicrobial Stewardship (CwPAMS) programme, which is being extended until June 2022. The programme extension will be implemented in four additional countries: Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria and Sierra Leone. A total of £250,000 is available for projects running from October 2021 to May 2022. We expect up to 5 grants to be awarded in Nigeria. THET UK is overall responsible and accountable for the delivery of the programme. The Grants Management team based in the UK will co-ordinate the selection, contracting, payments and reporting of all grant holders. The UK Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) team, will provide MEL tools and resources for grant holders and the programme team to use. These teams will ensure a standardised approach, tools and systems for the delivery in each country, adapted as necessary to the local context. In each country, an in-country THET representative will support grant holders, ensuring they are implementing quality projects efficiently and effectively and will collaborate between health partners and relevant local stakeholders.

This document serves as a Terms of Reference for the type of work the THET Consultant should expect to carry out as part of this.

2. Workstreams
The activities expected of the Nigeria co-ordinator as part of this scheme will fall into the following workstreams:
Developing and strengthening coordination between health partnerships and other key health institutions, including the Federal Ministry of Health (MoH), national AMR coordinating bodies and other Fleming Fund actors.
Facilitating learning and collaboration between health partnerships
Supporting health partnerships to improve their operations
Supporting the UK grants team with monitoring of partnerships

We are interested in exploring the possibility to expand THET’s work in-country and would welcome the consultants’ identification of any appropriate opportunities. Where new projects are introduced in the country, this could lead to opportunities to expand the role of the consultant.

WORKSTREAM 1: DEVELOPING AND STRENGTHENING CO-ORDINATION BETWEEN HEALTH PARTNERSHIPS, THE FEDERAL MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND OTHER KEY HEALTH INSTITUTIONS TO ALIGN WITH STRATEGIC PRIORITIESOBJECTIVE:** To ensure that project activity is in line with country, Fleming Fund and MoH plans, to strengthen and expand stakeholder buy-in to improve the sustainable impact of the projects and to ensure the programme is accountable to national stakeholders.

ACTIVITIES:
• Establish and promote key relationships between partnerships and national stakeholders (e.g. Fleming Fund grantee, MoH departments, AMR and AMS taskforces, etc);
• Where appropriate, represent partners at meetings with key stakeholders, e.g. at relevant working groups/steering committees
• Facilitate, where appropriate, partnership involvement in technical working groups;
• Provide regular updates to THET UK on the above, as well as changes in health sector priorities, stakeholder relations, changes in the operating environment, media engagement opportunities and upcoming events.

WORKSTREAM 2: FACILITATING LEARNING AND COLLABORATION BETWEEN HEALTH PARTNERSHIPS
OBJECTIVE: To ensure learning, synergies and sustainability, and to avoid duplication.

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UNICEF-

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR CONDUCTING AN ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION INTO THE ECONOMIC COST OF CONFLICT AND ITS IMPACT ON VALUE OF PRODUCTION AS WELL AS ITS IMPLICATION ON THE PROTECTION AND WELLBEING OF CHILDREN IN NORTHEAST NIG 

UNICEF
CONDUCTING AN ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION INTO THE ECONOMIC COST OF CONFLICT AND ITS IMPACT ON VALUE OF PRODUCTION AS WELL AS ITS IMPLICATION ON THE PROTECTION AND WELLBEING OF CHILDREN IN NORTHEAST NIG
REFERENCE: RFPS 2021-9168480
BENEFICIARY COUNTRY(IES): NIGERIA
REGISTRATION LEVEL: BASIC
PUBLISHED ON: 13-JUL-2021
DEADLINE ON: 28-JUL-2021 13:00 (GMT 1.00) WESTERN EUROPE TIME, LONDON, LISBON, CASABLANCA

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