Federal Medical Centre Birnin Kudu, Jigawa State
Invitation to Tender
The Federal Medical Centre Birnin Kudu wishes to invite competent, reputable and experienced contractors/Suppliers to apply for Tender on the below listed project proposed to be implemented in the year 2016 capital Budget
LOT A Name of Project/Programme
S/NO 1 Name of Lot Procurement of Intensive Care Unit Equipment(ICU) Supply, installations of Intensive cans unit (ICU) beds
Supply, installations of ECG Machines
Supply, installations of Intensive care unit (ICU) Ventilators
Supply, installations of Intensive care unit (ICU) Monitors
Supply, installations of infusion pumps/suction machines
2 Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) equipments Supply and installation of Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) operating Microscope
Supply and installation of Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) Operation instruments/forceps
3 Procurement of Anesthetic Machine Supply and installation of Anesthetic Machine
4 Lot B Completion of 1 Block of Interns/House Officers Doctors Quarters Completion of construction of 1no Block of 2storey 6nos 3-Bed room flats.
5 Lot C Renovation of Hospital Wards Renovation of Female, Male Pediatric Surgical and Medical wards.
Company profile: this should contain among others;
(I) Evidence of registration with Corporate Affairs Commission
(II) Evidence of registration with relevant bodies as the case may be
(III) Evidence of technical competence
(IV) Evidence of compliance with industrial training fund Act
(V) Certificate of compliance with pension act.
(VI) Audited account of the company for recent 3years
(VII) Recent 3years tax and VAT registration
(VIII) Letter from the company’s Bank stating its financial capability.
(IX) Evidence of Company registration in the National Database of Federal contractors. Consultants and service providers (NDCCSPS)
(I) Contractors/Suppliers shall enclosed the original and 2 copies of the technical/Financial bids each in a separate sealed envelope, duly marking the envelopes as “TECHNICAL/FINANCIAL BIDS” for both the ORIGINAL” and COPIES, as appropriate and bearing the name and address of the contractor.
(II) These envelopes containing the original and the copies shall then be enclosed in one single envelope Duly marking the LOT/project and addressed to the Medical Director, Federal Medical Centre, Birnin Kudu, Jigawa State and drop in the Tender Box provided at the MD’s Block, Head of Procurement office.
(III) Bids security of not less than 2.5% of the total bidding sum of each lot shall be sealed, registered and submitted separately.
(IV) Bid document shall be obtain at the Procurement Department on payment of Ten Thousand Naira (N10, 000.00) only per each lot to Federal Medical Centre Jigawa, at any Commercial Bank through the Treasury single account platform.
CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSION:
Submission of application shall be closed 1st July, 2016 by 12noon. Bids shall be open at the Hospital’s conference Hall a minute after 12noon
Government of Rivers State of Nigeria
Ministry of Works
Office of the Permanent Secretary
P.M.B 5045 Port Harcourt
Rivers State Ministry of Works, Port Harcourt
Invitation to Prequalification and Tender for the Construction of Abua-Degema-Emoh-Iyok-Ighom-Elok and Emoh-Egbolom Acess Road in Abua/Odual Local Government Area
The Rivers State Ministry of Works is desirous to undertake:
(1) The Construction of Abua-Degema-Emoh-lyok-lghom-Elok and Emoh-Egbolom access Road in Abua/Odual LGA.
Tenders are hereby invited from interested reputable contractors who wish to participate in the construction of the above-mentioned road project. Tender documents for the project can be obtained from: The Office of the Director, Civil Engineering, Rivers State Ministry of Works, Podium Block, 6th Floor, Secretariat Complex, Port Harcourt, after the payment of a non-refundable Tender Fee of N150,000.00 in Bank Draft, made payable to Rivers State Government.
(2) SUBMISSION OF TENDER
Completed Tender documents is to be signed and submitted in sealed envelope with the project title clearly indicated on the top left corner of the envelope and addressed to the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Works, Podium block, 5th Floor, Secretariat Complex, Port Harcourt. This should reach the office not later than Friday 1st July, 2016
(3) OPENING OF TENDER DOCUMENTS
Bidders should note that all Bids received shall be opened in the Ministry of Works Conference Room by 1.00pm on Wednesday 6th July 2016.
(4) SITE INSPECTION
All Tenderers’ are advised to visit and inspect the site for the purpose of reconnaissance and reasonable pricing of the Bill of Engineering Measurement and Evaluation (BEME)
(5) Contractors are mandatorily required to enclose along with their Tender, copies of the following documents:
(1) Certificate of Registration of the Company with the Corporate Affairs Commission;
(2) Evidence of registration with the Rivers State Contractors’ Registration Board, Category ‘A’;
(3) Evidence of payment of Tender Processing fee:
(4) Contractor’s current Tax Clearance Certificate and VAT Registration Certificate for the last 3 years;
(5) List of plants, equipment and technical staff available for the project;
(6) Cash flow, programme and projections period for the project;
(7) Company’s Audited Account for the last 3 years;
(8) Experience of similar project executed;
(9) Bank reference from reputable Bank.
(10) Affidavit of Anti Bribery Compliance;
(11) Evidence of Company (functional) office in Port Harcourt, Rivers State;
Soft copy of relevant and bid documents
Please be informed that the Ministry is not bound to accept the lowest tender and Tenders submitted after the above stated closing date will not be accepted.
James D. Enebeli
Christian Aid (CA)
Terms of Reference for Engagement of Health Advocacy Organization or Consulting Firm
Contract Type: Medium-Term
Programme/Team: Christian Aid, Community Health & HIV Team
Location: FCT, Benue and Plateau States, Nigeria
Period: 5 months phased contract with possibility of renewal
Closing Date: 27th May 2016
Nigeria is one of a total of 44 countries who have signed the Economists’ Declaration on Universal Health Coverage (UHC) – the declaration demands that every world leader increases spending on universal health coverage for their people. This was ahead of the global leader’s preparation to enact the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for the next 15 years that includes universal health coverage among its targets.
Christian Aid (CA) believes that to achieve universal health coverage, advocating for CHIS and the passage of the Primary Health Care Under One Roof (PHCUOR) legislation which meets NPHCDA (National Primary Health Care Development Agency) standards must be prioritized which guarantees free maternal and child health care at the point of use; and National health Act (2014) to improve health services. Christian Aid in partnership with five community-based partners and advocacy networks intends to use the content of the National Health Act (NHAct), findings of the CHIS and PHC assessment to advocate for UHC in the FCT, Benue and Plateau States.
A national level technical health advocacy partner is therefore necessary to engage and support key government agencies, and support CSOs/CBOs at state level. In view of this, Christian Aid is requesting expert organizations and/or firms to express interest in facilitating the attainment of the following objectives.
Detail of the Call such as the objectives, key deliverables, expertise required and application process can be found at: health-advocacy-consultancy-opportunity
Federal Ministry of Finance
Development Finance Project
Technical Advisor to Federal Ministry of Finance for the Implementation of Technical Assistance to Commercial Banks
Request for Expressions of Interest
The Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) has obtained a loan from the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development and intends to apply part of the proceeds of this loan to engage a qualified individual consultant to serve as Technical Advisor to the Federal Ministry of Finance (FMOF) for the implementation of Technical Assistance to commercial banks to downscale their operations so as to service the needs of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in a sustainable fashion. This technical assistance is being provided in connection with the establishment of the Development Bank of Nigeria that will provide lines of credit and partial credit guarantees to eligible financial intermediaries so as to expand their outreach to MSMEs.
OBJECTIVES OF THE ASSIGNMENT:
The objective is to leverage best international practice to support the FMOF in implementation of a technical assistance program to eligible commercial banks so as to facilitate the downscaling of their operations and expanding their outreach to MSMEs.
The assignment is for an initial period of up to 60 days, with a possibility of extension.
SCOPE OF WORK:
The individual consultant will be required to perform tasks that include but not limited to the following:
• Design a process/methodology for selecting the first batch of 3 to 6 commercial banks that would receive project funded technical assistance. The candidate banks will need to in good standing with the prudential supervisor (i.e. Central Bank of Nigeria) and be committed to devoting resources towards down-scaling their operations to reaching unserved or underserved MSME clients.
• Conduct initial assessment of technical assistance needs of selected commercial banks and prepare terms of reference and budgets for selection of qualified firm(s) for the delivery of technical assistance (i.e. technical assistance providers)
• Develop a first draft model Technical Cooperation Agreement (TCA) for participating banks specifying mutual obligations under the project for FMOF’s consideration. The TCA will be finalized with the input of selected technical assistance provider(s).
• Support the FMOF with the assessment of technical proposals and qualifications of the potential technical assistance providers.
• Upon selection of technical assistance provider(s) support the FMOF in monitoring the project implementation, including reviews of the contract deliverables.
SUBMISSION OF EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (EOIs)
Prospective consultants should submit an Expression of Interest, including a curriculum vitae (CV), detailing the following information as basis for pre-qualification;
• Post-graduate degree in relevant field (i.e. Economics/Business Administration/Finance
• At least 15 years of practical experience in financial sector, with specific experience related to MSME finance.
• Evidence of international experience with at least two commercial bank downscaling projects in different regions (e.g. China, Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia, Africa) financed by international development institutions such as the World Bank Group, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and/or others as relevant.
• Demonstrated experience of setting up sustainable SME finance units in large commercial banks. To illustrate achievement and sustainability the candidate should indicate results following the intervention (i.e. growth in number of outstanding SME loans, average size of outstanding SME loans, number of SME loan per SME loan officer and/or other indicators as relevant)
• Candidates should address the relevance of their experience relating to the criteria outlined above as part of their EOIs
The Consultant will be selected in accordance with the individual Consultant’s procedures set out in the World Bank” Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers, Revised May 2011.
Expressions of interest with all relevant information and documents should be submitted either through e-mail or post mail not later than 4:00pm., on 2nd June, 2016.
EOIs can be submitted electronically at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
OR via post mail to the following address:
Development Finance Project
Project Implementation Unit
International Economic Relations (IER) Department,
Federal Ministry of Finance (Budget Office Building)
5th Floor, Room 510
Central Business District,
Further information, including move detailed terms of reference, can be obtained during office hours 9:00 am to 4:00pm, Monday through Friday (except public holidays) from the Project Implementation Unit; Tel; +234-802-7098072; E-mail: email@example.com
Only short- listed candidates will be contacted.
World Health Organization (WHO)
Printing of Surveillance Booklets and Data Management Tools
WHO Nigeria is seeking the services of a printing company or group of companies with proven record of printing large-scale items including but not limited to books, posters, forms, carbonized forms for the printing and distribution nation-wide of surveillance booklets and data management tools for 2016.
Ensuring the highest quality of data is a core function of WHO. This data is used to drive the PEI program at all levels.
One of the key ways of achieving this over the years has been through the use of standardized data management tools provided to all levels of the surveillance system.
Interested firms are requested to access the RFP forms and annex at the WHO web site and complete as stated: http://www.afro.who.int/en/nigeria/contacts.html
Alternatively, the RFP forms and annex may be accessed through the UNGM website below:https://www.ungm.org/UNUser/Notice/45534
Completed RFP forms are to be submitted as indicated in the, bid documents.
Deadline for submission of bids is 8th June, 2016.
Other instructions are started in the bid documents”.
WHO REPRESENTATIVE IN NIGERIA
Invitation to Tender- Core Skills Trainers
The British Council seeks to procure suppliers to deliver its new Core Skills Training Packages offer to teachers and school leaders in Nigeria for a period of 12 months (pending successful supplier performance, extensions for up to a further 2 years will be considered). We welcome bids from individual suppliers as well as from organisations offering individual trainers. Suppliers can specify whether they wish to be considered only for teacher training or only for school leader training, or for both teacher and school leader training.
The successful supplier will deliver training interventions for teachers and/or school leaders based on the already designed British Council Core Skills training packages (see Annex 3 onwww.britishcouncil.org.ng/core-skills-trainer). The introductory training packages are designed to be delivered over the equivalent of a working day. The in-depth training packages are designed to be delivered over 3 working days with a minimum period of 10 weeks between days 1 & 2 and day 3 in between these face to face training events, participants will be expected to deliver their agreed actions and participate in a number of “reflect, re-plan, do” meetings. The training packages are intended to inform and inspire teachers and school leaders to reflect on and make changes to their practice, pedagogy and, where appropriate, curriculum.
Please visit invitation_to_tender_-_core_skills_trainer_may_2016 for more details.
Deadline for submission is May 22nd, 2016.
Submissions are to be made via email to firstname.lastname@example.org