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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 N45,850,150,000 N 18,000,000,000 and N80,000,000,000, respectively would be issued by Dutch auction on Thursday, June 02, 2016.
All Money Market Dealers should submit bids through the CBN S4 WEB INTERFACE between 9.00 a.m. and 11.00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 01, 2016.
Each bid must be in multiple of N1,000 subject to a minimum of N 10,000. Authorized Money Market Dealers are allowed to submit multiple bids. A bid may be for authorized Money Market Dealers own account, Non – Money Market Dealers or interested members of the public. The result of the auction would be announced by 11.30 a.m. on Wednesday, June 01, 2016. The Bank reserves the right to reject any bid.
Allotment letters would be issued for successful bids on Thursday, June 02, 2016, while payment for the successful bids should be made to your account with Central Bank of Nigeria not later than 11.00 a.m. on Thursday, June 02, 2016.
The Bank reserves the right to vary the amount on offer in line with market realities prevailing as at the period of auction of the Nigerian Treasury Bills.

Government Securities Office
Central Bank of Nigeria
Abuja

Sokoto State Government
Ministry of Health, Sokoto
Block 16, Shehu Kangiwa Secretariat, Sokoto
Invitation for Expression of Interest (EOI) for Some Projects in Sokoto State
The Sokoto State Government invites interested and competent contractors with relevant experience in construction to submit pre-qualification documents as pre-requisite to tender for the following projects:
(A) Upgrading of facilities and Renovation Works at General Hospital, Dogon Daji
(B) Upgrading of facilities and Renovation works at General Hospital, Yabo
PRE-QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
(i) Evidence of Company Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission
(ii) Tax Clearance Certificate (TCC) for the last 3 years
(iii) Current VAT Registration Certificate with evidence up to date remittance
(iv) Audited Statement of Account of the Company for the last 3 years duly prepared and endorsed by a firm of chartered accountants for 2013, 2014 and 2015
(v) Detailed Company Profile reflecting experience of personnel, plants and equipment
(vi) Evidence of Financial capability from a reputable Bank
(vii) Evidence of similar previous project executed within the past five years with verifiable letter of award of contract and completion Certificate
(viii) Evidence of Registration with Sokoto State Tenders Board as a Contractor
SUBMISSION OF DOCUMENTS:
Pre-qualification documents are to be submitted in sealed envelope and labeled as “Expression of Interest (E.O.I) at the right hand corner for the title of the project (A or B Project) and addressed as to:-
The Honourable Commissioner,
Ministry of Health,
Block 16, Shehu Kangiwa Secretariat
Sokoto.
The submission of the pre-qualification documents must include evidence of payment to the Ministry of Health a non¬-refundable fee of N250,000.00 for each project.
The closing date is 7th June, 2016 by 12:00 pm prompt.
NOTE:
This advertisement shall not be construed as commitment on the part of the State Government nor shall it entitle responding companies to seek any indemnity from the State Government by virtue of such companies having responded to this advertisement
Signed:
Director Health Planning Research and Statistics,
Ministry of Health,
Block 16, Shehu Kangiwa Secretariat,
Sokoto.

RTI International
Request for Proposal
Independent Monitoring of Program Activities during School-based Mass Deworming program in 11 LGAs of Cross River State
**PLEASE REVIEW THE DETAILED SCOPE OF WORK: https://goo.gl/XZfeQH
(1) OVERVIEW OF THE SCHOOL-BASED DEWORMING PROGRAM
Parasitic worm infections are common in Cross River, hindering children’s health and wellbeing. Evidence Action and RTI provide technical assistance to the state government for its integrated Neglected Tropical Disease (NTD) control program, including large-scale school-based deworming for soil transmitted helminthiases (STH) and schistosomiasis. The first round of school-based deworming in 11 endemic LGAs will be implemented in June 2016 in primary and junior secondary schools. The main deworming will be implemented for one day targeting all children aged 5-14 years; a ‘mop-up’ day will follow shortly after to treat children who were missed. Deworming medicine will be administered in schools by trained teachers.
(2) OVERVIEW OF INDEPENDENT MONITORING FOR THE SCHOOL-BASED DEWORMING PROGRAM
Evidence Action and RTI seek an independent team to monitor deworming activities, evaluate whether key processes are performed correctly, and verify accuracy of data reported by schools. Independent monitors will help to monitor processes before, during, and after deworming days, and performance by validating the reported coverage data. They Will fill out observational checklists at training sessions and deworming days; conduct interviews in a random sample of schools and communities; and conduct register reviews and “spot checks” of the forms filled out by program implementers. The monitoring firm Will collate and analyse the data collected during these activities, providing a full report as detailed in the Scope of Work linked below.
(3) QUALIFICATIONS OF MONITORS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROPOSAL SUBMISSION
Evidence Action and RTI seek a survey agency to provide independent monitors to carry out the monitoring activities in primary and junior secondary schools, across the 11 LGAs targeted by the school-based deworming program. Independent monitors will be trained by Evidence Action and deployed to a sample of training workshops and schools. Data will be captured using android phones loaded with survey questionnaires, enabling submitted data to be accessed in real time. At minimum, monitors must possess:
(1) At least a BSc in biological or social science background from a recognized university
(2) Familiarity with Cross River state and fluency in either Efik, Ejagbam or Bekwarra
(3) Previous experience with questionnaire-based surveys, community work related to public health programs, and able to pass the post-training test
(4) Availability for full 3-day monitors’ training and entire duration of the assigned monitoring exercises
(5) Willingness to travel to select training workshops and LGAs
(6) Ability to comply with the estimated project timelines below:
Key program milestone Estimated timeline (NOTE: timelines ore subject to change)
Independent monitors’ training June 6-11
Teacher training observation June 21-23
School deworming day and mop-up day June 27-30
Coverage validation July 6
Final report submission July 30
Firms interested and able to provide the required technical and logistical support are invited to submit a proposal which includes:
• Summary of previous experience of conducting electronic data collection (preferable using open data kit) for field-based surveys in Nigeria
• Summary of prior experience of key personnel
• Detailed Quality Assurance Quality Control (QAQC) plan
• Description of how data will be analysed and presented
• Detailed budget, containing costs associated with training of personnel, field work (i.e., travel, per diems, etc.), data analysis and reporting, project management, and any others required for completion of the scope of work.
Submit proposals to adm4nigenvision@gmail.com by Friday, 3rd June, 2016. Submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

RTI International
Request for Proposal
Independent Monitoring of Program Activities during School-based Mass Deworming program in 11 LGAs of Cross River State
**PLEASE REVIEW THE DETAILED SCOPE OF WORK: https://goo.gl/XZfeQH
(1) OVERVIEW OF THE SCHOOL-BASED DEWORMING PROGRAM
Parasitic worm infections are common in Cross River, hindering children’s health and wellbeing. Evidence Action and RTI provide technical assistance to the state government for its integrated Neglected Tropical Disease (NTD) control program, including large-scale school-based deworming for soil transmitted helminthiases (STH) and schistosomiasis. The first round of school-based deworming in 11 endemic LGAs will be implemented in June 2016 in primary and junior secondary schools. The main deworming will be implemented for one day targeting all children aged 5-14 years; a ‘mop-up’ day will follow shortly after to treat children who were missed. Deworming medicine will be administered in schools by trained teachers.
(2) OVERVIEW OF INDEPENDENT MONITORING FOR THE SCHOOL-BASED DEWORMING PROGRAM
Evidence Action and RTI seek an independent team to monitor deworming activities, evaluate whether key processes are performed correctly, and verify accuracy of data reported by schools. Independent monitors will help to monitor processes before, during, and after deworming days, and performance by validating the reported coverage data. They Will fill out observational checklists at training sessions and deworming days; conduct interviews in a random sample of schools and communities; and conduct register reviews and “spot checks” of the forms filled out by program implementers. The monitoring firm Will collate and analyse the data collected during these activities, providing a full report as detailed in the Scope of Work linked below.
(3) QUALIFICATIONS OF MONITORS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROPOSAL SUBMISSION
Evidence Action and RTI seek a survey agency to provide independent monitors to carry out the monitoring activities in primary and junior secondary schools, across the 11 LGAs targeted by the school-based deworming program. Independent monitors will be trained by Evidence Action and deployed to a sample of training workshops and schools. Data will be captured using android phones loaded with survey questionnaires, enabling submitted data to be accessed in real time. At minimum, monitors must possess:
(1) At least a BSc in biological or social science background from a recognized university
(2) Familiarity with Cross River state and fluency in either Efik, Ejagbam or Bekwarra
(3) Previous experience with questionnaire-based surveys, community work related to public health programs, and able to pass the post-training test
(4) Availability for full 3-day monitors’ training and entire duration of the assigned monitoring exercises
(5) Willingness to travel to select training workshops and LGAs
(6) Ability to comply with the estimated project timelines below:
Key program milestone Estimated timeline (NOTE: timelines ore subject to change)
Independent monitors’ training June 6-11
Teacher training observation June 21-23
School deworming day and mop-up day June 27-30
Coverage validation July 6
Final report submission July 30
Firms interested and able to provide the required technical and logistical support are invited to submit a proposal which includes:
• Summary of previous experience of conducting electronic data collection (preferable using open data kit) for field-based surveys in Nigeria
• Summary of prior experience of key personnel
• Detailed Quality Assurance Quality Control (QAQC) plan
• Description of how data will be analysed and presented
• Detailed budget, containing costs associated with training of personnel, field work (i.e., travel, per diems, etc.), data analysis and reporting, project management, and any others required for completion of the scope of work.
Submit proposals to adm4nigenvision@gmail.com by Friday, 3rd June, 2016. Submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Request for Proposal (RFP)
Provision of Technical Consultancy Service for Program Evaluation
The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) the leading UN organization in Reproductive Health and Population and Development in Nigeria is seeking for qualified Bids from Organizations for the provision of technical consultancy service with regards to Final Evaluation of the UNH4+/Global Affairs Canada (GAC) MNCH Project on the Acceleration of Maternal and Child Morbidities and Mortalities in Nigeria (2011-2016).
All companies that wish to participate in the process are required to download the Request for Proposal document from the United Nations Global Marketplace (UNGM) at http://www.ungm.org
Please note that details of the Terms of Reference and Scope of Work are available on the web page indicated above.
The closing date for submitting the Bid is Thursday 23rd June 2016 at 4.30pm Nigeria Local time.
The resulting contract may be available to other UN Agencies.

UNFPA — Because everyone counts
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The Government of Kaduna State
(Office of the Governor, Sir Kashim Ibrahim House, Kaduna State, Nigeria)
Provision of Data Services Solution through a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Arrangement
Request for Expression of Interest (EOI)
The Kaduna State Government (KDSG) wishes to partner with competent and experienced technology services and solutions providers to meet up with the technology requirements of governance and improve access to technology services for all residents of the state.
The KDSG also seeks to implement a unified connectivity of all its Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) for internet and data services. This is expected to ultimately improve communication in the state, especially in urban centres such as Kaduna, Kafanchan and Zaria (KKZ).
It is the state government’s intention to embark on this project through collaboration with the private sector or via a Public-Private Partnership framework.
The KDSG hereby invites competent and experienced private sector companies in this special field to submit Expression(s) of Interest (EOI) for the Provision of the required Data Services Solution through a PPP framework.
SCOPE OF WORK
The project has been conveniently divided into three work-packages or lots as follows:
Lot 1 – Provision of a Data Centre and a Network Operation Centre (NOC)
Lot 2 – Provision of a Metro Connectivity Infrastructure (Radio and Fibre Optics)
Lot 3 – Provision of local integration (last mile) and distribution solutions
PREFERRED PARTNER
Our preferred partner or service/solutions provider must possess the requisite financial and technical competence as well as verifiable track record of handing projects of this nature and magnitude.
SUBMISSION/OPENING OF EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (EOIs)
Expressions of Interests (EOIs) from service/solution providers must contain or clearly indicate the following:
(i) Evidence of incorporation
(ii) Evidence of registration with the Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC);
(iii) Evidence of registration with the Kaduna State Tenders Board and Ministry of Commerce and Industry.
(iv) Profile of company, including copies of all relevant supporting documents
(v) Evidence of partnership in case of a consortium
(vi) Evidence of track record of developing similar projects
(vii) Evidence of Tax Clearance Certificate for 2013, 2014, 2015 from the Federal Inland Revenue Services (FIRS) from any of the members of the consortium
(viii) Submission of Audited Accounts for the last three years (2013, 2014 and 2015).
(ix) Evidence of financial capability
(x) Certified Bank Draft of N250,000.00, payable to the Kaduna State Government
FURTHER INFORMATION
Expressions of Interest must be submitted in six (6) copies (one original & five copies) in a sealed envelope clearly marked: “Expression of Interest for” The Provision of Data Services Solution Through a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Arrangement”.
The EOI shall be delivered not later than 12:00 Noon Nigerian time on 6th June 2016 to the address below:
The Secretary,
Kaduna State Tenders Board
10 Yakubu Gowon Way
Kaduna State
Nigeria
All EOIs will be opened immediately after the deadline in the above stated Office, on the closing date, in the presence of all interested firms that choose to attend.
Please note that:
(a) Only shortlisted firms will be issued a Request for Proposal (RFP).
(b) Late submission will be rejected.
(c) This advertisement shall not be construed as a commitment on the part of the KDSG to appoint any firm nor shall it entitle any firm submitting documents to claim any indemnity.
(d) The KDSG reserves the right to take a final decision on any of the documents received in the EOI.
(e) Interested applicants may obtain further information by sending an email toaisha.bako@kdsg.gov.ng or idris.muhammad@kdsg.gov.ng
(f) Expression of Interest through email or fax will not be accepted.
(g) All submissions must be made in English Language.
Signed
Secretary,
Kaduna State Tenders Board

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