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Kunchi Local Government Council,

Kano state

 Invitation for Pre-qualification

Kunchi Local Government Council, under the able leadership and guidance of its Chairman and His Excellency the Executive Governor of Kano State, Dr Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, OFR hereby invite registered and technical competent contractors to submit tenders/ pre-qualification proposes for the following project:

Description

(1)     Construction of 12 KM one coat surface dressing Road from Sodawa to Ridawa to Kasuwar Kuka

Pre-Qualification requirements

(a)     Evidence of Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission

(b)     Company Profile

(c)      Registration with Kano State Tenders Board

(d)     Evidence of Tax Clearance for the 3 Years

(e)      Evidence of financial capability

(f)      Any additional information that may enhance chances of the company

Submission of Pre-Qualification Documents

Eligible companies should forward their documents to the office of the Director Personnel management (DPM), Kunchi Local Government Secretariat, in a sealed envelope on or before 1stOctober, 2015.

Signed

Management

Kunchi Local Government Council

Kano State

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

Request for Proposal

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Nigeria invites proposals from qualified firms for the provision of the following services:

(1)       Provision of Technical and Vocational Placement Facilities

The details of the services required can be found on http://procurement-notices.undp.org/ with the heading: 

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL – PROVISION OF TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL PLACEMENT FACILITIES

All bids must be submitted in the format specified on the solicitation documents and clearly marked using the titles indicated above.

All sealed bids must be received at the UNDP address specified in the solicitation documents latest by 5:00 pm, 30th September, 2015.

Save the Children

 Invitation for Tender

Tender Reference: ITT/ABUJA/2015/009 Save the Children is the world’s leading independent organization for children. We work in 120 countries. We save children’s lives; we fight for their rights; we help them fulfil their potential. We work together, with our partners, to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives. We have over two million supporters worldwide and raised 1.6 billion dollars in 2011 to reach more children than ever before, through programmes in health, nutrition, education, protection and child rights, also in times of humanitarian crises.

Save the Children International in Nigeria is inviting submissions of tenders for a contract to provide the following services:

  • Conduct Project Baseline Assessment on Child Early and Forced Marriage in Northern Nigeria (Zamfara, Sokoto and Katsina States)

To be eligible to bid for these services, companies must be:

  • Registered with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC)
  • Experience with other NGOs/UN.
  • Performance record, integrity and ethics, organization and skills, equipment and facilities.

If you are interested in submitting a bid, please contact Save the Children at the following address to express your interest and request the tender documents, Tender documents will be sent to you by return. From September 17th 2015 to October 9th 2015 OR

Save the Children Abuja Office: No 4. Danube Close off Danube Street, Maitama, Abuja, Nigeria. 

It is recommended to request/ collect the tender documents as soon as possible. Completed tender documents are due to be submitted by October 9th 2015 not later than 4.00pm. Any bid submitted after this date and time will automatically be disqualified.

Lower Benue River Basin Development Authority

P.M.B. 10-2185, Makurdi

Invitation to Tender for the Execution of the Year 2015 Capital Projects

for Which No Contractor was Technically Qualified After Initial Bidding

 (1.0) Introduction

The Lower Benue River Basin Development Authority, wishes to invite bidders for the underlined projects which were earlier advertised in July, 2015 but for which no bidder met the technical requirements. The projects are:

(1)  Lot 2/WS/15: Repair and Reticulation of Solar Powered Borehole in Fwavwei- Jiku Rayfieid, Jos South LGA, Plateau State 25

(2) Lot 15/WS/15: Provision of 2 Nos. Motorised Boreholes: Guma LGA, Benue State

(3) Lot 16/WS/15:         Provision of 7 Nos. Hand Pump Boreholes

(2.0)  Eligibility Criteria

(a)     Evidence of registration with corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) by inclusion of certified true copy (CTC) certificate of incorporation and memorandum & Articles of Association.

(b)     Last 3 years Tax Clearance Certificate and Tax Identification Number (TIN).

(c)      Detailed Company Profile including evidence of qualified personnel.

(d)     Evidence of experience in at least five (5) jobs of similar nature and complexity executed within the last five years with verifiable letters of contract award and certificates of job completion

(e)      Evidence of availability of relevant equipment

(f)      Having liquidity and/or evidence of access to or availability of confirmed credit facilities to execute the contract without delay.

(g)     For JVs, include MOU

(h)     Full accounts details including SORT code and evidence of financial capability to execute the project on award

(i)      Evidence of Pension and Social Security Contribution

(j)      Evidence of ITF registration and remittances

(k)     Possession of satisfactory Quality Assurance/Quality Control Manual

(l)      3 years Audited Accounts (2012-2014)

(m)    Evidence of VAT registration (VAT registration certificate)

(3.0)  Completion of Tender Documents

(3.1)  Interested tenderers can collect Standard Tender Documents from 12:noon on Monday 21stSeptember, 2015 from the Procurement Unit Room 25 at the Authority’s headquarters, Makurdi upon the presentation of evidence of payment of non-refundable tender fee of N30,000.00 (thirty thousand naira) only.

(4.0)  Submission of Bids

(4.1)  Completed Technical and Financial Bids (three copies each) shall be submitted in two different sealed envelopes, respectively labeled “Technical Bid for…..( Lot No & Description)” and “Financier Bid for…. (Lot No & Description)” with the Company name indicated at the front of each envelope. Both envelopes should be sealed and placed in a third envelope marked with “Lot No & Description” at the top right hand corner, addressed to:

The Managing Director

Lower Benue River Basin Development Authority

Km 10, Makurdi-Otukpo Road

P.M.B. 102185, Makurdi

(4.2)  The closing date for the submission of tenders is 12.00 noon, on Friday 10th October, 2015.

(4.3)  All tenders and Requests for proposals will be opened by 1.00pm at the conference hall of the Authority’s Headquarters, Makurdi on Friday 30th October, 2015.

(4.4)  Financial bids will be opened on Friday 6th November, 2015. Only technically qualified bidders will be invited and have their financial bids opened on that date.

For inquiries call 08036629078

Signed:

Management

Request for Expressions of Interest

The British Council is soliciting Expressions of Interest (EoI) from teams interested in producing high quality research on inclusive education models in northern Nigeria, particularly work which has an impact on how education systems support learning outcomes for girls in primary and junior secondary school.

Research teams will be part of the Girls’ Education and Advocacy Research Network (GEARn), whose primary purpose is to contribute to the body of knowledge on issues of inclusion and equity in basic education in Nigeria and globally.

This will be achieved through supporting the production of peer reviewed research output of the highest quality which will support the use of evidence in developing education policy in Nigeria. The network will also produce forward looking research which will support the development of government and donor policy in response to the adoption of the new Sustainable Development Goals, in particular, those focusing on education quality, access and equity. This project is particularly interested in identifying and explaining where education systems, models, innovations and institutions have resulted in improved participation and outcomes for girls and other marginalised populations.

Research teams are expected to work at state level and the British Council has prioritized the following states; Bauchi, Gombe, Jigawa, Kano, Katsina, Niger, Sokoto and Zamfara. Proposals from other states will be considered, but will have to make a stronger case for inclusion. Each state research team should be made up of three members, drawing from academic and research institutions, civil society organisations and the public sector preferably the Ministry of Education or State Universal Basic Education Board.

In the first phase of the project, the British Council expects to select six (6) state research teams.

Who can apply

This project is open to early career researchers, below the level of Lecturer I or its equivalent. We also strongly encourage female researchers to apply and teams that meet our principles of equity, diversity and inclusion (as contained in the EDI statement on

www.britishcouncil.org.ng/girls-education- advocacy-research ) will score higher during the EoI evaluation.

How to apply

To apply, please download EoI form at

www.britishcouncil.org.ng/girls-education-advocacy-research. fill in and submit to gearn@ng.britishcouncil.org by 12 noon on 9th October, 2015. The completed form should not exceed five (5) pages (at 11 point Arial font, single spacing with minimum margin of 1 inch). Any references cited should be provided in a separate bibliography in an annex. Detailed CVs may also be included in the annex, but should not exceed four pages for each member of the research team.

Further details on funding and timelines can be found at www.britishcouncil.org.ng/girls-education-advocacy-research

Niger State Primary Health Care Development Agency (NSPHCDA)

Invitation for Prequalification to Tender

(A)      Introduction

The Niger State Primary Health Care Development Agency (NSPHCDA) is a Niger State Government responsible under the National Immunisation policy for the supply of vaccines for Routine Immunization of all Public Health Facilities (FHs) in Niger State.

(B)     Scope of Work

(1)     Direct delivery

  • At a frequency at the discretion of the State Logistics Working Group, approximately every two weeks, the contractor will transport vaccines from the State Cold Store to each public Health Facilities equipped with functioning cold chain equipment. The quantity of vaccines to be delivered will be determined in advance of delivery by the State Logistics Working Group. Deliveries must be made frequently enough so that all Health Facilities maintain sufficient quantity of vaccines for at least one week.
  • The contractor will load vaccines (upon pick up at the State Cold Stores) and off – load the vaccines at the Health Facilities.
  • Vaccines are to be kept between the temperatures of 2oC-8oC at all times.
  • The contractor will be responsible for securing a signed proof of delivery (POD) from confirming delivery details (type of vaccine, quantity, time of delivery, condition etc) at each Health Facilities.

(2)     Maintenance:

  • The contractor will repair Cold Chain equipment at Health Facilities as needed on delivery visits The SPHCDA will facilitate the procurement of replacement parts, when

Performance in undertaking the contract will be evaluated primarily on the following indicators:-

  • 100% of equipped Health Facilities with sufficient stocks of all required vaccines to cover at least one week of immunization.
  • 100% of Health Facilities should have functioning CCE
  • 100% of Health Facilities have valid data retired on each visit.

In addition, the contract will be evaluated on the quality of deliveries according to:

  • The number of deliveries that take place at dates and times agreed to with the State Logistics Working Group (SLWG).
  • The number of vaccines lost or damaged while in the custody of the contractor.

(C)    General Requirements

The following are minimum requirement for the bidder:

  • Evidence of Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).
  • Demonstrated relevant experience in transportation, handling and distribution of commodities across challenging geographical terrain within Nigeria, with special preference given to experience in Cold Chain/ or vaccine transport, certificate at completion is art added advantage.
  • Ability to procure Cold Chain storage equipment to keep vaccines within required temperature white in transit.
  • Ability to provide registered well- maintained vehicles with evidence of annual service, all charges, good tyres, etc.
  • Sufficient workforce to achieve the scope of work.
  • Evidence of VAT registration certificate.
  • 3years tax Clarence Certificate for 2012, 2013 and 2014.
  • Evidence of NSPPB Certificate of registration.
  • Evidence of compliance with pension reform act, 2014.
  • Evidence of contribution to ITF.

(D)    Submission

Completed pre-qualification documents to be submitted in sealed envelopes and addressed to The State Primary Health Care Development Agency. Box 277s, Abdulkareem Secretariat, Paikoro Road Minna.

All documents are to be submitted not later than 1st October, 2015.

Signed:

Management

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