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SOS Children’s Villages
Invitation for Expression of Interest (EOI) for the Pre-Selection of Contractor(s) for the General Renovation of Premises-Ogun State
Location: SOS Children’s Villages Nigeria (Owu-Ijebu and Ijebu Ode, Ogun Programme Location)
Reference Number: EoICVPOGREN2016
Issuance Date: 30th November, 2016
Submission Deadline: 9th December, 2016

SOS Children’s Villages Nigeria (SOS CV Nigeria) is one of 134 Member Associations working under the umbrella of SOS Children’s Villages International, an international non-governmental social development organization. We have been active in Nigeria since 1973, with footprints across the country in: Isolo (Lagos State), Owu-Ijebu (Ogun State), Jos (Plateau State) Ibadan (Oyo State), Kaduna (Kaduna State) and Gwagwalada, (Federal Capital Territory).
SOS Children’s Villages Nigeria focuses on the child’s development into a self-supporting and contributing member of the society. In recognition that a child’s development to his or her full potential is best realized in a caring family environment, and acknowledging the role of the child, the family, the community, the state and other service providers in the development of the child.
We work with all these stakeholders to find the most appropriate response to the situation of children at risk of losing parental care and those without parental care.
SOS Children’s Villages Nigeria focuses on programme interventions that are based on the specific situation which are in the best interest of the child. These interventions are developed together with all relevant stakeholders, building on the foundation of existing resources, initiatives and capacities to ensure we respond with relevant interventions, making best use of available resources, to have greater impact on the situation of the children within our target group.
Over the last 22 years now, SOS Children’s Village Owu-Ijebu is yet to do a general renovation works to improve the condition of the existing buildings. Some of these buildings will require deep maintenance works; other buildings are in need of adaptation for different use.
Bases on the above, SOS Children’s Villages Nigeria is now seeking to PRE-SELECT building contractor (s) for the renovation of its premises in Owu-Ijebu and Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State.
Qualifications and Basic Requirements:
SOS Children’s Villages Nigeria invites eligible construction firm or contractor with extensive expertise and experience in building (including renovation) project. The following documents must be provided:
• A statement of capability, indicating relevant experience on similar assignments in Nigeria or elsewhere
• Legal registration of the company with the Corporate Affairs Commission and copy of Memorandum and Articles Form CAC07 (i.e Particulars of Board of Directors) and Form CAC02 (i.e Particulars of Shareholders);
• The Company Profile with clear indication of Head Office and Key staff strengths;
• Evidence of similar project(s)/contract(s) handled in the past;
• Valid Tax Compliance Certificate
• Copy of Tax Registration Certificate
• You may also provide any additional document you feel will support your application.

Selection of Consultant Firm(s):
The contractor(s) will be pre-selected in accordance with our Guidelines. All EoI received will be reviewed based on its relevance, responsiveness, efficiency and effectiveness in response to the EoI call. A detailed Terms of Reference will be sent out only to the pre-selected contractors(s).
The EoI documents should be submitted as pdf documents by e-mail to: with ‘Confidential – Expression of Interest (EoI) for the Pre-Selection of Contractor(s) for the general renovation of premises-Ogun State (EoICVPOGREN2016)’ in the subject line and should be addressed to The National Director, SOS Children’s Villages Nigeria.
All documents must be received no later than by 12:00 midnight (Nigerian Time) on or before 9thDecember, 2016.
This call for EoI does not amount to a commitment on SOS Children’s Villages International or its members Association (SOS Children’s Villages Nigeria) or its staff either financially or otherwise. SOS Children’s Villages reserves the right to accept or reject any or all EoI without notice

North East Regional Initiative (NERI)
Tender Notice for RFQ
North East Regional Initiative (NERI) invites qualified and registered vendors to indicate interest in submitting quotations for the following items:

1 Ordinary Portland Cement; Dangote or approved brand in 50kg bags Bags

2 10 tyre truck of Sharp Sand Trip
3 10 tyre truck of Crash stone Gravel Trip
4 10 tyre truck of Plaster (fine) sand Trip
5 12mm diameter reinforcement rod @ 12m per length Number

6 10mm diameter reinforcement rod @ 12m per length Number

7 8mm diameter reinforcement rod @ 12m per length Number

8 9″ sand create block Block
9 Binding wire Rolls
10 2 x 6 x 12:150mm x 50mm Hard wood Timber Kingpost, Rafter, Tie beam Number

11 2x3x12: 75mm x 50mm purlin Number
12 2×2 x12: 50mm x 50mm noggin Number
13 2x4x12: 100mm x 75mm strut Number
14 Hard board cieling (brazil or equal approve) allowable min. span 1.2m width x 2.4m length Number

15 Grooved timber Ceiling batten Bundle
16 Metal Belt (langalanga)1″ steel band to tie the purlins and rafter Rolls
17 5″ long iron wire nails with groove shank. Bags
18 4″ long, iron wire nails with groove shank Bags
19 3″ long, iron wire nails with groove shank Bags
20 2″ long, iron wire nails with groove shank Bags
21 1.5″ long, iron wire nails with groove shank Bags
22 1200x2100mm Dubai Doors with double leaf opening) Number

23 900x2100mm Dubai Door with single leaf opening Number
24 750 x 2100 Dubai Door with single leaf opening Number
25 1500×1200 Alluminium casement windows Number
26 1200×1200 Alluminium casement windows Number
27 600×600 Alluminium casement windows Number
28 1″x 12″ obeece white flank for form work Unit
29 1″x 12″ obeece white plank with one side champered for facia board Unit
30 Electrical installation with all fittings to be supply in accordance with engineer’s approval Lumpsum

31 Emulsion Paint of an approved color and quality- 20 liters per bucket Buckets

32 Gloss paint of 4 litres gallon Gallon
33 Stiff Putty Filler Bags
34 Solignum Gallon
Vendors must demonstrate financial capability to deliver the items without advance, provide competitive quotations which would be valid for a minimum of 30days and willing to deliver within specified time (10 days after award).
It is NERI’s intent to award the contract to the lowest competitive bidder.
How to Apply:
Interested vendors may obtain an electronic copy of the RFQ including terms, conditions, and specifications; by a written request to the NERI Procurement Department at the email: . Telephone requests will not be honoured.
NB: The RFQ closing date is 8th December, 2016. Responses are not allowed beyond this date.
NERI Office of Procurement.

The Government of Kaduna State
Ministry of Works, Housing and Transport
Invitation to Tender for Building/Engineering Works

The Kaduna State Government is desirous in carrying out Building/ Civil Engineering Infrastructure works within the state.
In pursuance of this objective, the Kaduna State Government hereby invites competent and qualified contractors with relevant experience to bid for the works.
The scope of works to be carried out, are:
Lot 1: Provision of Automated Solar Powered Traffic Signal Control System in Zaria, Kaduna and Kafanchan.
Lot 2: Rehabilitation of Mechanical Engineering Workshop for skills acquisition at Ministry of Works, Kaduna.
Lot 3A Construction of Grains Silo at Lere Local Government Area.
Lot 3B Construction of Grains Silo at Kubau Local Government Area.
Lot 3C Construction of Grains Silo at Ikara Local Government Area.
Lot 3D Construction of Grains Silo at Soba Local Government Area
Lot 3E Construction of Grains Silo at Makarfi Local Government Area.
Lot 3F Construction of Grains Silo at Kudan Local Government Area.
Lot 3G Construction of Grains Silo at Sabon Gari Local Government Area.
Lot 3H Construction of Grains Silo at Zaria Local Government Area.
Lot 3I Construction of Grains Silo at Giwa Local Government Area.
Lot 3J Construction of Grains Silo at Birnin Gwari Local Government Area.
Lot 3K Construction of Grains Silo at Igabi Local Government Area.
Lot 3L Construction of Grains Silo at Kaduna North Local Government Area,
Lot 3M Construction of Grains Silo at Kaduna South Local Government Area.
Lot 3N Construction of Grains Silo at Chikun Local Government Area.
Lot 3O Construction of Grains Silo at Kajuru Local Government Area.
Lot 3P Construction of Grains Silo at Kachia Local Government Area.
Lot 3Q Construction of Grains Silo at Jere Local Government Area.
Lot 3R Construction of Grains Silo at Jaba local Government Area.
Lot 3S Construction of Grains Silo at Sanga Local Government Area.
Lot 3T Construction of Grains Silo at Jema’a Local Government Area.
Lot 3U Construction of Grains Silo at Chikun Local Government Area.
Lot 3V Construction of Grains Silo at Zangon Kataf Local Government Area.
Lot 3W Construction of Grains Silo at Kauru Local Government Area.
Lot 4 Construction of LGEA Primary School, Lokoja Road, Rigasa Kaduna.
Pre-Qualification Requirements
Interested contractors are invited to submit the following pre-qualification documents along with their tenders;
(1) Certificate of Registration/Incorporation with Corporate Affairs Commission. (C.A.C.)
(2) Evidence of Current Tax Clearance for three years. (2013, 2014 and 2015)
(3) Evidence of Tax Identification Number (TIN), VAT registration and remittances.
(4) Current Certificate of Registration with Kaduna State Tenders Board.
(5) Current Business Premises Registration with Kaduna State Ministry of Commerce.
(6) Company Audited Accounts for three years. (2013, 2014 and 2015)
(7) Company profiles with a list of equipment, key personnel, and their qualifications/experience.
(8) Evidence of Financial Capability and Banking Support.
(9) Evidence of registration/Compliance with ITF and PENCOM
(10) Evidence of other similar verifiable project successfully executed/completed within the last three (3) years
(11) Any other relevant information that would be helpful in determining the Firm’s suitability for the works.
The Pre-Qualification Documents (Technical Bids) together with completed Financial Bid and other supporting documents should be fully paginated and seated in two (2) separate envelopes appropriately marked “Technical” and “Financial” respectively.
Each envelope should be dearly marked on the right top corner stating the Project Lot Number and Title, while the Company Name and Address should be written on the back of the envelope.
Both envelopes should be sealed in a larger envelope, marked with the appropriate Project Title and Lot Number and addressed to:
The Honourable Commissioner,
Ministry of Works, Housing and Transport,
Sokoto Road, Kaduna, Kaduna State
Interested Contractors can obtain Bid Documents, upon presentation of a Bank Draft of Fifty Thousand Naira (N50, 000.00) only non- refundable fee, in favour of Kaduna State Government, for each lot from;
The Secretary,
Resident Due Process Committee,
Ministry of Works, Housing, and Transport,
Kaduna State
All documents are to be submitted before Wednesday, 14th December, 2016 not later than 1:30pm to: The Kaduna State Tenders Board, No. 10 Yakubu Gowon Way, Kaduna.
All submissions will be opened immediately after the deadline in the Conference Room of the Kaduna State Tenders Board, in the presence of company representatives, that choose to attend.
(i) Only bids that meet the Pre-Qualification requirements and are found capable of executing the project(s) shall be considered.
(ii) This advertisement shall not be construed as a Contract Award or any commitment on the part of the Government of Kaduna State nor shall it entitle any Company/Firm to make any claim whatsoever or seek any indemnity from the Government by virtue of such Company/Firm and having responded to this advertisement.
(iii) The Kaduna State Government reserves the right to take a final decision on any of the documents received.
(iv) Pricing should be made in INK.
(v) Late submissions will be rejected.
(vi) Submissions should be made in the English Language.

The Honourable Commissioner,
Ministry of Works, Housing and Transportation

Institute of Human Virology, Nigeria
Invitation for Bids

The Institute of Human Virology, Nigeria (IHVN), a leader in providing quality health services, capacity building and research in West Africa, requires the services of a reliable provider to supply laboratory reagents and consumables.
BID TITLE: Supply Of Laboratory Reagents And Consumables – GF MDR-TB GRANT


(1) Vendor must provide evidence of trained, experienced and competent staff
(2) Ability to meet delivery targets within IHVN’s specified time period.

All bids must be in ink or type written; submission in pencil will not be accepted.

All enquiries regarding the proposed application for the above should be directed to the Associate Director Procurement of IHV-Nigeria.

Bids must be properly sealed.

Bidders not registered with IHVN must include company profile.

Bidders not registered with IHVN must include copies of tax clearance certificates for the past three years.

All bids must provide evidence of at least two similar Jobs made in the past for IHVN/other organizations etc.

Bidders not registered with IHVN must provide proof of registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).

Bids should be submitted to the head office on or before the date below specified as deadline.

Bids will be opened at Bid opening date and time specified below.
Any quote with percentage/calculation error will be disqualified at the tender meeting.

Bids which must reach us within fifteen (15) working days from the date of this publication should have the title of the project written on the “Top Left Hand Corner” of the envelope.

01/12/2016 8:00 am

21/12/2016 5:00 pm

The Associate Director Procurement,
Procurement Unit
Supply Chain Management Department Institute of Human Virology, Nigeria Pent House, Maina Court, Plot 252, Herbert Macaulay Way Central Business District, P.O. Box 9396, Garki, Abuja-NIGERIA Tel: +234 (0) 9 4610342, 4610341, Fax: +234 Ext. 4025 Email:

Federal Republic of Nigeria
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development
AfDB Assisted

Grant No.: 5500155009551
Project 10: P-NG-A00-010
Request for Expression of Interest for the Provision of Transaction Advisory Support to the Nigerian Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Developments Staple Crop Processing Zone (SCPZ) Initiative (Consulting Services)
The Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Department “FMA&RD” has been awarded a MIC Grant of the African Development Bank. “AfDB”, towards the preparation of projects for the development of Staple Crop Processing Zones (SCPZs) in priority Agriculture corridors to attract investments into modern, large scale processing of local agricultural produce and intends to apply part of the MIC Grant towards the procurement of Consultancy services to assist in the preparation of requisite prefects on critical infrastructure for 2 SCPZ Model Sites in areas around Kafin Hausa (Jigawa State) and Sunti (Niger State) of Nigeria.
The Transaction Advisory Services will include working with the SCPZ Development Team, the key investors and farmers for each zone and host communities on the following broad objectives:
(i) Determination of the specific SCPZ project needs through value chain analyses, infrastructure analysis, project due diligence (land issues, risks etc.) and market analysis.
(ii) Determination of production enhancement delivery solutions, including options analyses
(iii) Determination of viable infrastructure delivery solutions, options analyses and the development of proposals on appropriate financing structures,
(iv) Implementation of appropriate financing structures and the establishment of site specific Special-Purpose Vehicles for infrastructure delivery.
(v) The Transaction Advisory Service work, will be carried out under additional standards that may be specified by the African Development Bank’s standards.
The scope of the assignment will include:
(1) Determination of critical infrastructure requirements for the transformation of an SCPZ site into a modern agro-processing neighborhood and, the sustenance of such into the near future, through a review of existing protect documents, direct engagement with key development stakeholders, in particular agribusinesses and farmers and, physical assessments
(ii) Assessment of functionally available relevant production and processing infrastructure in the SCPZ site area, including an estimation of costs for necessary rehabilitations, identification of the infrastructure gaps, options analyses and the design of appropriate, realistic, solutions to bridge the identified gaps with particular attention to the phasing of infrastructure to ensure that minimum requirements for the start of project operations can be delivered within a short time frame, including, where necessary, considerations for initial short term solutions like road improvements, gas supply through Compressed Natural Gas etc. and the identification of appropriate locations for central services
(iii) Technical and financial appraisal of the proposed infrastructure delivery solutions, including, the development of an optimal financing structure, giving cognizance to funds available to the FGN, a revenue model to cover each infrastructure component and the identification and allocation of project risks using the risk mitigation instruments available from World Bank Group’s Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), the African Development Bank Group and any special mechanisms that have been developed/deployed around the world in high risk content (with reference to their applicability and adaptation for the current contest in an efficient and economic manner).
(iv) Technical assessment and analysis of the key value chain potentials in the project location for which the surrounding clusters have- a high comparative production Mintage, as related to She capacity of the proposed processing investment in the SCPZ. This should also include Identification of gaps, if any, that can possibly affect securing regular feedstock supplies to the processing investors.
(v) Assessment of land tenure issues, current systems for land rights management around the dusters and recommendations m desirable land management in the cluster
(vi) Proposals on transactional designs that create a robust competitive edge for private sector investor capable of attracting private sector investment into infrastructure development, operation and management,
(vii) Identification and evaluation of private sector infrastructure delivery partners willing to partner with the FMARD in infrastructure development and management, including assistance with bidding processes
(viii) Proposals on a Site specific Special Purpose Vehicle, with an adequate security package and sponsor support undertakings to meet private sector lenders’ requirements, to manage and own the development, operation and maintenance of site infrastructure and assisting in the resolution of the diverse technical and commercial issues that may arise from time to time. The duration of the assignment is estimated for a maximum of 6 months
The Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development through the Agricultural Transformation Agenda Support Program Phase -1 (ATASP-1) now invite eligible consultants to indicate their interest in providing these services, Interested consultants must provide information (With supporting evidence) indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in the last 5 years in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). Consultants may constitute joint-ventures to enhance their chances of qualification.
Given the multi-disciplinary nature of the required work, the Transaction Advisory Service will be provided by an agriculture focused consultancy firm, as Lead Advisor, that will put together a team of highly experienced technical and financial consultants.
Eligibility criteria, establishment of the short-list and the selection procedure shall be in accordance with the African Development Bank’s “Rules and Procedures for the use of Consultants” 2008 edition, revised July 2012, which is available on the Bank‘s website at:
Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours 8 00 to 4:00pm (Nigeria time), Mondays – Fridays
Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below on or before 15th December, 2016at 12.00noon (Nigerian Time) and mention “Consultancy for Support to Transaction AdvisoryServices for SCPZ”.

National Program Coordinator, ATASP-I
C/O National Program for Food Security (NPFS) office
No. 127 Adetokunbo Ademola Crescent, Wuse II, Abuja
Tel (234) 805 9607776; (234) 803 5179569
E-mail; ,

Integrity Organisation Ltd. (GTE.)
RC: 336345
Suite D9/D15, Rukayyat Plaza, 93 Obafemi Awolowo Way, Jabi, Abuja
Development and Implementation of a Corruption Risk Management Information System
Issuance Date: 29/11/2016
Request for Proposal

Corruption has had a severely damaging and debilitating impact on Nigeria’s socio-economic development over its 56 years of independence. Integrity is a non-for-profit, anti-corruption, research and advocacy organisation concerned with issues of accountability and transparency in public and business life in Nigeria. Founded in 1995 as a direct reaction to the corruption and poor governance of that era, the Organisation focuses on finding viable alternatives to corruption as a means of securing access to markets, know-how, finance or technologies.
Integrity has in its 21 years of existence demonstrated a strong conceptual analysis and research tradition. It builds coalitions and develops sustainable strategies for citizen involvement with government in the public and civil society sectors. One of Integrity’s basic strategies involves carrying out value adding independent research, reviews and documentation that provide platforms for public discourse and policy formulation. The Organisation has shown a good track record with International Donors and a knack for sensitive handling of cutting edge issues.
Integrity is therefore seeking the services of an IT firm or a team of IT professionals to develop an IT based information system to track, analyze, map and expose (TAME) corruption risks within the Nigerian environment. The final system is envisioned as an App running on smartphone based mobile devices and accessible to key stakeholders in the Nigerian economy.
The selected firm or individuals will be expected to:
• Review Integrity’s requirements and develop derailed software requirements specifications
• Undertake high level, detailed and user experience design
• Build and test software
• Specify and secure the deployment environment
• Deploy the software
• Prepare technical, training and end-user documents
• Conduct training for Integrity’s personnel
• Provide initial post deployment support
• The CRA will be a mobile smartphone-based application for tracking, analysing, mapping and exposing (TAME) abruption risks.
• The CRA system will allow Integrity to collect, collate, analyze, visualize and disseminate information about corruption issues and activities in public sectors as well as their impacts and possible antidotes.
• The system will allow Integrity to generate a RAG (Red, Amber, Green) rating for government, private sector and NGO actors based on collected or sourced data.
A copy of the RFP can be downloaded from Integrity’s website at
Interested firms or IT professionals wishing to respond to the RFP must possess the following:
(1) Evidence of registration and copy of Memorandum and Articles of Association;
(2) Organisation Profile or Individual Profiles;
(3) Names and Curriculum Vitae of professional staff proposed for the project, including qualification and individual experience in handling similar assignments;
(4) Evidence of technical competence in Custom Software Development & Implementation, IT Project Management, Web Development, Android/IOS Development and Deployment of Hosted and Applications;
(5) Experience/track record of developing and deploying web and mobile applications;
(6) Evidence of certifications or adherence to international standards for Software Development, Project Management & Testing/Quality Assurance;
(7) List of similar assignments or projects undertaken by proposed team members;
(8) Understanding of the project objectives, challenges and expectations.
Selection will be in accordance to a Quality and Cost Based Selection procedure
Proposals are due by Wednesday 4th December, 2016; and should be submitted online only at Integrity’s Website.

Only firm with responsive proposals will be contacted


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