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NATIONAL MALARIA ELIMINATION PROGRAMME (NMEP)-

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) – ENGAGEMENT OF REPUTABLE AGENCIES FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE MALARIA CASE MANAGEMENT TRANSITION PLAN IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR FOR NMEP

NATIONAL MALARIA ELIMINATION PROGRAMME (NMEP)
FEDERAL MINISTRY OF HEALTH, ABUJA
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) –
ENGAGEMENT OF REPUTABLE AGENCIES FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE MALARIA CASE MANAGEMENT TRANSITION PLAN IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR FOR NMEP

While Nigeria has made significant progress in the control of HIV, TB, and malaria (ATM) over the last two decades, the three infectious diseases continue to constitute major public health problems in the country. Over the years, the country has established various platforms and mechanisms to review its performance in the three disease areas and proffer policy and programmatic recommendations for improvement.

The private health care sector in Nigeria is complex and heterogeneous in activities and types of services provided. The private sector provides a huge opportunity to leverage increased coverage for malaria control interventions, but this opportunity is currently grossly underutilized. The involvement of the private sector in the national malaria response is currently poorly organized, sparsely documented and inadequately acknowledged. Nigeria national malaria response would benefit from an innovative framework for engaging the private sector.

Nigeria made considerable progress in the provision of subsidized Artemisinin-based combination therapies to the private sector supply chain as a strategy to increase the availability of the commodity in the sector, under the Affordable Medicine Facility malaria (AMFm) and its successor, the Private Sector Co-Payment Mechanism (PSCM), during the period 2010–2018. The AMFm and the PSCM impacted positively on the market as the country made giant strides not only in the supply, but also in awareness/demand creation, acceptability, and availability of the commodity, creating a huge market, and made Artemisinin-based combination therapies (ACTs) the drugs of choice in the treatment of uncomplicated malaria.

When the PCSM ended in 2017, it was perceived that the private sector, or indeed the country, was at risk of reversing the gains made because it would be left to the vagaries of market forces. It became necessary to put together a plan to address the perceived challenges. Thus, the Co-Payment Transition Plan for ACTs and Rapid Diagnostic Tests (RDTs) was developed, for the period 2019–2021, to manage the transition from subsidized commodity to a market system driven sector in a coordinated manner. It also explores the most appropriate platform via which the government can support local manufacturers of ACTs in Nigeria.

The Plan focuses on the two case management commodities (ACTs and RDTs) for the treatment of uncomplicated malaria and synchronizes with the 2021–2025 National Malaria Strategic Plan. The goal of the transition plan is to facilitate national action towards meeting the National Malaria Elimination Program’s (NMEP) vision that all households in Nigeria, irrespective of their economic condition, gender and any other barriers to access, can get tested for fever cases and treat positive cases of malaria with WHO PQ ACTs.

This is seeking expression of Interest from reputable private-sector agencies to partner with the NMEP for the achievement of the vision of the transition plan through a market-driven approach for sustainability, including:
1.Increasing knowledge, awareness, and use of quality-assured commodities within the country
2.Increasing availability and affordability of quality-assured ACTs and MRDTs in the private sector.
3.Strengthening of distribution networks for malaria commodities including in the rural and hard to reach areas of the country
4.Increasing availability of quality-assured local manufacturing of ACTs/MRDTs to harness emerging opportunities.
5.Establishment of a sustainable national mechanism for collecting private sector data and disseminating findings including any specific corrective strategic actions

SPECIFICATION:
The private sector partners are expected to be:
1.Local manufacturers of Artemisinin-based combination therapies for the treatment of uncomplicated malaria
2.Local Manufacturers of Malaria rapid diagnostics test strips for the diagnosis of malaria
3.Local importers of Artemisinin-based combination therapies for the treatment of uncomplicated malaria
4.Local importers of Malaria rapid diagnostics test strip for the diagnosis of malaria
5.International manufacturers of mRDTs and ACTs with a local presence, or willing to establish locally for the provision of malaria commodities (mRDT, ACTs)

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NORWEGIAN REFUGEE COUNCIL-

DISPOSAL OF TOYOTA HIGHLANDER 2006 MODEL, WHITE COLOUR, V6 ENGINE

NORWEGIAN REFUGEE COUNCIL
NRC NIGERIA – DISPOSAL OF ASSET
07/NRC-ITB/NG/2020

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, and Education.

The Norwegian Refugee Council hereby wishes to invite members of the general public to bid for acquisition of one of NRC’s assets (vehicle) listed below. These are being offered on “as – is” basis.

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NRC NIGERIA-

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY OF AND INSTALLATION OF LIFE SHELTERS IN BORNO AND ADAMAWA STATES

NRC NIGERIA:
TENDER FOR SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF LIFE SHELTERS

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY OF AND INSTALLATION OF LIFE SHELTERS IN BORNO AND ADAMAWA STATES.
TENDER REFERENCE NUMBER: 34/NRC-ITB/NG/2020

Tender process
Please download the invitation to bid (ITB) documents below.

Any request for clarification must be received by NRC in writing at least 3 working days before the deadline for submission of tenders. NRC will reply to bidders’ questions at least 2 working days before the deadline for submission of tenders.

Bidders are requested to submit their tender responses via ng.tenders@nrc.no within the requested deadline. Kindly note that there is no hand delivery of tender. All tenders must be addressed to the email above.

It is compulsory to indicate the tender reference number and the description as the subject of the email.

Costs incurred by the bidder in preparing and submitting the tender proposals will not be reimbursed.

Closing date
We look forward to receiving your tender at the address specified in the Instructions to Bidders on or before 29 October 2020 by 5:00 pm, as stated in the procurement notice.

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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 N29,839,651.000; N10,615,398,000 and N93,915,151,000 respectively would be issued by Dutch auction on Thursday, October 29, 2020.

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, October 28, 2020.

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NATIONAL AGENCY FOR THE CONTROL OF AIDS (NACA)-

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF COVID-19 RELATED COMMODITIES

NATIONAL AGENCY FOR THE CONTROL OF AIDS (NACA)
INVITATION TO TENDER FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF COVID-19 RELATED COMMODITIES

1.INTRODUCTION
The Global Fund for AIDS TB and Malaria project in the National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA) intends to use funds from the COVID 19 RM (C19 RM) grant for the procurement of essential commodities for the COVID 19 response in Nigeria: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Medical Consumables, Medical Equipment, and Vehicles.

2.SCOPE OF SUPPLY
This invitation is to solicit for reputable manufacturers and local distributors with relevant experience in the manufacturing and delivery of medical consumables, personal protective equipment, Medical Equipment and Vehicles during the grant implementation period.

SCHEDULE OF ITEMS REQUIRED

CATEGORY A PPE (Local Manufacturers only)
a Surgical Mask
b Alcohol-based hand rub, bottle 100ml
c Alcohol-based hand rub, bottle 500ml
d Disinfectant
e Hand sanitizer, Alcohol >60%, 250ml W/Dispenser
f Sodium hypochloride 1.4L
g Face shield with spectacle frame
h Lab Coats
i Lab Gowns Blue Hand cliff, liquid barrier/repellant- standard back gown
CATEGORY B – MEDICAL CONSUMABLES
a N95 Respirator
b Face shield, single use
c Protective goggles, soft frame,
d Gloves, examination (piece, not pair)
CATEGORY C-MEDICAL EQUIPMENTS
a Oxygen concentrator
b Patient monitor with EKG
c Patient monitor without EKG
d Patient ventilator (invasive, intensive care)
e Infrared thermometer
f Boot
g Qualitative Fit Test Apparatus, 3M.
h Cooling box
i Ice packs
j Purchase of clinical thermometers
k Reusable Pulse Oximeters
l End tidal CO2 Monitors
m CPAP/BI PAP
n Infusion pump
o Manual laryngoscope set
p Intraosseous gun and needles
q Urometer
r External pace maker with pads
s Ultrasound machines
t Mobile Xray Machine
u Defibrillator
v Echocardiogram
w Neibulizer
x Doppler Machine
y i-STAT machine
z Blood bank refrigerators
aa Remote Monitors for home monitoring
bb Dialysis Machine
cc Solar refrigerator
dd Incinerator
ee Krap sack Sprayer
ff Autoclave
gg Large screen monitors
hh Water treatment system
Category D – VEHICLES
a Ambulances (Mobile Clinics)

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NORWEGIAN REFUGEE COUNCIL-

INVITATION TO BID FOR SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF 30-SQUARE METERS LIFE SHELTERS IN BORNO AND ADAMAWA STATES

NORWEGIAN REFUGEE COUNCIL: INVITATION TO BID FOR SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF 30-SQUARE METERS LIFE SHELTERS IN BORNO AND ADAMAWA STATES 34/NRC- NOT/NG/2020

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 and Education.

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

  • SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF 30-SQUARE METERS LIFE SHELTERS IN BORNO AND ADAMAWA STATES 34/NRC- NOT/NG/2020

To obtain the bid documents, kindly send an email to ng.procurement@nrc.no with the tender reference number and description indicated above as the subject of the email on or before 29, October 2020.

All application/proposals duly completed ITB (invitation to Bid) documents should be submitted via the email address prescribed on the tender document. It is mandatory to indicate the tender number and description as the subject of the email.

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MINISTRY OF HEALTH, LOKOJA,KOGI STATE-

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF ULTRA-MODERN GENERAL HOSPITALS IN EGANYI, AJAOKUTA LGA AND GEGU-BEKI, KOGI LGA

KOGI STATE GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA
MINISTRY OF HEALTH, LOKOJA
INVITATION TO TENDER FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF ULTRA-MODERN GENERAL HOSPITALS IN EGANYI, AJAOKUTA LGA AND GEGU-BEKI, KOGI LGA

Interested Bidders are invited to Tender for the following Lots.

  • Lot 1 The Construction of the main Hospital Complex.
  • Lot 2 The Construction of Hospital Office Complex.
  • Lot 3 The Construction of Morgue.
  • Lot 4 The Construction of Staff Quarters
  • Lot 5 The Construction of Perimeter Fencing, GateHouse, and Power (Generator) House.

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NATIONAL MALARIA ELIMINATION PROGRAMME (NMEP)-

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR ENGAGEMENT OF REPUTABLE AGENCIES FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE MALARIA CASE MANAGEMENT TRANSITION PLAN IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR FOR NMEP

NATIONAL MALARIA ELIMINATION PROGRAMME (NMEP)
FEDERAL MINISTRY OF HEALTH, ABUJA
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)
ENGAGEMENT OF REPUTABLE AGENCIES FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE MALARIA CASE MANAGEMENT TRANSITION PLAN IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR FOR NMEP

While Nigeria has made significant progress in the control of HIV, TB, and Malaria (ATM) over the last two decades, the three infectious diseases continue to constitute major public health problems in the country. Over the years, the country has established various platforms and mechanisms to review its performance in the three disease areas and proffer policy and programmatic recommendations for improvement.

The private health care sector in Nigeria is complex and heterogeneous in activities and types of services provided. The private sector provides a huge opportunity to leverage increased coverage for malaria control interventions, but this opportunity is currently grossly underutilized. The involvement of the private sector in the national malaria response is currently poorly organized, sparsely documented and inadequately acknowledged. Nigeria National Malaria response would benefit from an innovative framework for engaging the private sector.

Nigeria made considerable progress in the provision of subsidized Artemisinin-based combination therapies to the private sector supply chain as a strategy to increase the availability of the commodity in the sector, under the Affordable Medicine Facility malaria (AMFm) and its successor, the Private Sector Co-Payment Mechanism (PSCM), during the period 2010–2018. The AMFm and the PSCM impacted positively on the market as the country made giant strides not only in the supply, but also in awareness/demand creation, acceptability, and availability of the commodity, creating a huge market, and made Artemisinin-based combination therapies (ACTs) the drugs of choice in the treatment of uncomplicated malaria.

When the PCSM ended in 2017, it was perceived that the private sector, or indeed the country, was at risk of reversing the gains made because it would be left to the vagaries of market forces. It became necessary to put together a plan to address the perceived challenges. Thus, the Co-Payment Transition Plan for ACTs and Rapid Diagnostic Tests (RDTs) was developed, for the period 2019–2021, to manage the transition from subsidized commodity to a market system driven sector in a coordinated manner. It also explores the most appropriate platform via which the government can support local manufacturers of ACTs in Nigeria.

The Plan focuses on the two case management commodities (ACTs and RDTs) for the treatment of uncomplicated malaria and synchronizes with the 2021–2025 National Malaria Strategic Plan. The goal of the transition plan is to facilitate national action towards meeting the National Malaria Elimination Program’s (NMEP) vision that all households in Nigeria, irrespective of their economic condition, gender and any other barriers to access, can get tested for fever cases and treat positive cases of malaria with WHO PQ ACTs.

This is seeking expression of Interest from reputable private-sector agencies to partner with the NMEP for the achievement of the vision of the transition plan through a market-driven approach for sustainability, including:
1. Increasing knowledge, awareness, and use of quality-assured commodities within the country
2. Increasing availability and affordability of quality-assured ACTs and MRDTs in the private sector.
3. Strengthening of distribution networks for malaria commodities including in the rural and hard to reach areas of the country
4. Increasing availability of quality-assured local manufacturing of ACTs/MRDTs to harness emerging opportunities.
5. Establishment of a sustainable national mechanism for collecting private sector data and disseminating findings including any specific corrective strategic actions
Specification:

The private sector partners are expected to be:
1. Local manufacturers of Artemisinin-based combination therapies for the treatment of uncomplicated malaria
2. Local Manufacturers of Malaria rapid diagnostics test strips for the diagnosis of malaria
3. Local importers of Artemisinin-based combination therapies for the treatment of uncomplicated malaria
4. Local importers of Malaria rapid diagnostics test strip for the diagnosis of malaria
5. International manufacturers of mRDTs and ACTs with a local presence, or willing to establish locally for the provision of malaria commodities (mRDT, ACTs)

The partners will work with the NMEP sustainably to ensure regular supply of affordable and quality assured commodities nationwide, through various intervention processes as outlined in the transition plan. They will also work with the NMEP to ensure increased knowledge, awareness and use of the commodities through various mechanisms. The partnership will be for the period of the transition plan (3 years)

If you are interested in this opportunity, you are invited to submit a short proposal including a detailed narrative explanation of knowledge and expertise, and the necessary resources, as well as proof of previous experience in similar exercises, supplemented by relevant references. The narrative should be no longer than three (3) pages.

Eligibility will be based on the criteria listed below:
To be eligible for consideration, interested organizations must provide the following details:

  • Evidence of registration in Nigeria as a manufacturer or supplier of malaria case management commodities.
  • Profile of the organization, including organization’s certificate of incorporation, physical address, organogram of management structure, ownership (including, board membership), and contacts (telephone, facsimile, and email)
  • Reference list demonstrating experience with area of interest.
  • Evidence of the organization’s current capacity, as well as a documented history of delivering quality malaria case management commodity services within Nigeria.
  • Audited company account for the past three years (2017,2018, and 2019)
  • Evidence of tax payment for the past 3 consecutive years (2017,2018, and 2019)
  • Evidence of VAT registration and proof of remittances and/or tax exemption certificate
  • Evidence of Compliance with the Provision of the Pension Reform Act 2004.
  • Evidence of registration with the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) or compliance with the payment of contributions to ITF Based on the relevant act.

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NIGERIAN PORTS AUTHORITY-

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR THE ENGAGEMENT OF TECHNICAL AUDITORS ON DREDGING AND CHANNEL MANAGEMENT OF PILOTAGE DISTRICTS – INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING

NIGERIAN PORTS AUTHORITY
26/28, MARINA LAGOS
www.nigerianports.gov.ng
PUBLIC NOTICE NO: 4135
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR THE ENGAGEMENT OF TECHNICAL AUDITORS ON DREDGING AND CHANNEL MANAGEMENT OF PILOTAGE DISTRICTS – INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING

A. INTRODUCTION
The Nigerian Ports Authority seeks the services of competent and reputable local and international technical audit firms to enhance the supervision of dredging and channel management activities currently adopted through joint venture arrangements in Lagos and Bonny/Port-Harcourt Pilotage districts with reference to the contract agreements of the main dredging projects. A similar joint venture arrangement is also being proposed for the Warri/Escravos Pilotage district.

S/N LOCATION
1 Lagos Pilotage District
2 Bonny/Port Harcourt Pilotage District
3 Warri/Escravos Pilotage District

Bidders are not allowed to bid for more than one (1) lot.

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TRANSFORMING IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA (TRIMING) PROJECT-

INVITATION FOR BIDS FOR REHABILITATION AND IMPROVEMENT WORKS FOR GORONYO DAM AND RIVER TRAINING AT THE MIDDLE RIMA VALLEY IRRIGATION SCHEME (MRVIS) GORONYO IN SOKOTO STATE, NIGERIA

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA
FEDERAL MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES
TRANSFORMING IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA (TRIMING) PROJECT
CREDIT NUMBER – 5506-NG
INVITATION FOR BIDS (IFB)
NIGERIA
REHABILITATION AND IMPROVEMENT WORKS FOR GORONYO DAM AND RIVER TRAINING AT THE MIDDLE RIMA VALLEY IRRIGATION SCHEME (MRVIS) GORONYO IN SOKOTO STATE, NIGERIA
IFB No: FMWR/TRIMING/2019/NCB/W/03/01

1. This Invitation for Bids follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN) for the Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria (TRIMING) Project that appeared in Development Business dated February 5th, 2015.

2. The Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) has received a financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria (TRIMING) Project and it intends to apply part of the proceeds toward payments under the contract for the Rehabilitation and Improvement Works for Goronyo Dam and River Training at the Middle Rima Valley Irrigation Scheme (MRVIS) Goronyo in Sokoto State, Nigeria

3. The Federal Ministry of Water Resources (FMWR) through the Project Management Unit (PMU) of the Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria (TRIMING) Project now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for Rehabilitation and Improvement Works for Goronyo Dam and River Training at the Middle Rima Valley Irrigation Scheme (MRVIS) Goronyo in Sokoto State, Nigeria.

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