REQUEST FOR QUOTE
RFQ #: FHI-OFDA-17-05
SUPPLY CONTRACT FOR MEDICAL CONSUMABLES
The USAID/OFDA-funded Integrated Humanitarian Assistance to NE Nigeria (IHANN) Program is designed to significantly scale up health, protection, and WASH activities, delivering targeted interventions that are designed to meet the most pressing needs of IDPs in Borno State. FHI 360’s activities will comprise a fully integrated package to promote comprehensive support to IDPs, thus reducing risks of morbidity and mortality and contributing to improved wellbeing of displaced and conflict-affected individuals.
Key activities related to health service provision will include:
Support to health clinics in the form of medical commodities and staff training to facilitate primary health care (PHC) and sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services, among others;
Training, provision of outreach materials/supplies, and supportive supervision to Community Health Workers (CHWs) to enable them to resume community outreach;
The lack of medical supplies, equipment and medications is one of the most significant barriers to health service provision, with most facilities lacking supplies, equipment, or medication needed to provide services. FHI 360, over the course of the project, will supply essential pharmaceuticals, medical supplies/ consumables, and medical and laboratory equipment to program-support health facilities.
FHI 360 intends to award a Master Agreement or fixed-firm contract for supply of various medical supplies and consumable based a predetermined supply plan. Duration of the Master Agreement will be 12 months. Extension option will be based on availability of funding and overall performance of the vendor.
VENDOR EVALUATION CRITERIA
The final selection will be based on best value; to include favorable cost as well as past performance, and delivery capabilities.
INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS
FHI360 invites qualified vendors submit quotations for the goods as described above, FHI360 anticipates awarding one or more contracts as a result of this RFQ, but reserves the right to terminate the RFQ or negotiations at any time prior to award. You are to request for the list consumables and supply plan (delivery plan) through CRconsumables@ng.fhi360org . Only the successfully prequalified bidders will be requested to submit sample(s) for verification.
VENDOR BIDS MUST INCLUDE
(1) Quotation Cover Page (address, point of contact, email and phone number)
(2) Evidence of company registration (i.e. Certificate of incorporation Corporate, form CAC7 & CAC2)
(3) Evidence of payment of tax (tax clearance certificate) for the last three years
(4) Audited financial statements for the last three years
(5) Evidence of previously completed purchases of a similar volume over the last three years (include organization and point of contact)
(6) Submit the a price list using the supply plan with the two quoted delivery point; FHI360 Country office Abuja and FHI360 state office Maiduguri
Bidders must submit request for any clarification and further information concerning this solicitation in writing via email to CRprocurement@ng.fhi360.org no later than 4pm, on Wednesday, 8th March, 2017.
Complete quotations must be submitted in hard copy (in a sealed envelope and signed by authorized representative of the bidding company) on or before 5pm, Wednesday, 15th March, 2017 to the following addresses:
Family Health International (FHI360)
Godab Plaza, Plot 1073
J.S. Tarka Street, Garki Area 3
PM.B. 44, Abuja, Nigeria
• Envelopes should be labelled “Crisis Response Medical Consumables”
• Any quotation received by FHI360 after the deadline for submission stated herein shall be rejected and returned unopened to the bidder
• Issuance of this RFQ in no way constitutes a commitment by RFQ to award a contract. FHI 360 reserves the right to vary any part of this RFQ at the time of prior to award if it becomes necessary.
• This procurement is funded is funded by the U.S Agency for International Development (USAID) and is subject to the applicable rules and regulations of US Government Funded awards.
• FHI360 is Value added tax (VAT) exempted, but charges Withholding Tax (WTH) in compliance with Relevant Nigerian laws.
RIGHT TO SELECT/REJECT
FHI 360 reserves the right to select and negotiate with those firms it determines, in its sole discretion, to be qualified for competitive quotations and to terminate negotiations without incurring any liability.
REQUEST FOR QUOTATION FIRM GUARANTEE
All information submitted in connection with this RFQ will be valid for sixty (60) days from the RFQ due date. This includes, but is not limited to, cost, pricing, terms and conditions, service levels, and ail other information, if your firm is awarded the contract, all information in the RFQ and negotiation process is contractually binding.
• All RFQ responses become the property of FHI 360, who reserves the right in its sole discretion to:
• To disqualify any offer based on offeror failure to follow solicitation instructions.
• Extend the time for submission of all RFQ responses after notification to all offerors.
• Terminate or modify the RFQ process at any time and re-issue the RFQ
• Issue multiple awards based on solicitation activities.
• FHI 360 will not compensate vendors for preparation of their response to this RFQ.
• FHI 360 shall not be obligated to order any minimum or maximum quantities of services or products and assumes no commitment, financial or otherwise.
MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE SOKOTO
USMAN FARUKU SECRETARIAT, SOKOTO
ADVERTISEMENT FOR PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLY OF 2016/ 2017 ASSORTED GRAINS
TENDER! TENDER!! TENDER!!!
I am directed to request for tenders for the purchase of assorted grains. Quotations are invited from all suitable and qualified companies for the procurement of assorted grains— SOSAT Millet 2, 450 bags of 100kg, Sorghum ( Guinecorn) 2,400 bags of 100 kg and Maize 2, 400 bags of 100 kg as buffer stock.
All interested companies (contractors) should – submit their quotations not later than 15th March, 2017 after the advert to the office of the Honourable Commissioner , Ministry of Agriculture, Usman Faruku Secretariat Sokoto.
Signed SANI DALHATU
Research & Statistics
For: Honourable Commissioner.
CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR THE RECYCLING OF POLYMER BANKNOTE WASTES
RFP No.: POLYMER RECYCLING/COD/02/17
The destruction of unfit banknotes in Nigeria is carried out by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) under strict security and environmentally sustainable manner. Section 18, Subsection (d) of the CBN Act 2007 authorized “The Bank to arrange for the destruction of currency notes and coins withdrawn from circulation under the provisions of section 20 (3) of this Act or otherwise found by the Bank to be unfit for use”.
The Bank generates about 50 tons of shredded polymer banknote wastes weekly from four (4) CBN currency disposal centers. These wastes are destroyed through open air burning in sites owned by the Bank or rented, usually from the respective State Governments. Disposal by open air burning impacts negatively on the environment thereby causing pollution and health hazards.
The Central Bank of Nigeria in pursuance of the Nigerian Sustainable Banking initiative intends to put a stop to the disposal of banknote wastes through open air burning thereby reducing its carbon foot print.
Recycling is identified as the most environmentally sustainable method of banknote wastes disposal. In this mode, the banknote wastes would be recycled by converting the wastes into useful products. Recycling of banknote wastes would enhance economic activities in the country in addition to environmental sustainability.
SCOPE OF WORK
Central Bank of Nigeria is seeking proposals from accredited recycling companies interested in recycling its banknote wastes. The purpose of this Request For Proposal (RFP) is to solicit competitive proposals from reputable companies that can recycle CBN banknote wastes into useable products that can be beneficial to the nation while adhering to Health Safety and Environment (HSE) Standards. The process of the RFP will include:
(1) The Central Bank of Nigeria invites reputable companies to submit sealed bids for the purchase of Polymer Banknotes Shreds on monthly/quarterly contract basis from May, 2017 and until further notice.
(2) Proposals from single vendors or multiple vendors working together as a team will be considered. The vendor(s) should have verifiable capacity and experience in the recycling of polymer products.
(3) The detailed requirements on the subject of the RFP are as specified hereunder:
(a) The location of the factory and current activities (knowing that the facility would be inspected by a team);
(b) The recycling process or technology to adopt, either for sole polymer or mixed with other additives to generate useful products;
(c) The type of recycled products to be generated from the recycling process and the yield per ton of wastes;
(d) The logistics for accessing or evacuating the banknote wastes from the locations where they are generated;
(e) Cost/benefit analysis and economic ramifications of the recycling project:
(f) Compliance with health, safety and environmental standards;
(g) It should be noted that under no circumstances should the banknote wastes be diverted to any place other than the premises of the industrial outfit using it.
Interested and competent vendors must submit the following documents for verification:
(a) Evidence of Certificate of Incorporation and Registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).
(b) Certified true copy of Memorandum and Article of Association.
(c) Evidence of Company Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three (3) years (2013, 2014 and 2015) as at when due (such evidence should reflect the value of the projects undertaken by the company in the last three (3) years.
(d) Current Pension Clearance Certificate from PENCOM.
(e) Evidence of Compliance Certificate with the provisions of Section 6)1(3) of the amended Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Act No. 19 of 2011.
(f) Evidence of registration with Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria (FRCN).
(g) An affidavit disclosing whether or not any officer of the Central Bank of Nigeria or Bureau is a former or present director, shareholder or has any pecuniary interest in the bidder and confirmation that all information presented in its bid are true and correct in all particulars.
(h) An Interim Registration Report (IRR) as Evidence of Registration on the National Database of Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers.
(i) The ideal vendor(s) should be registered with the Federal Ministry of Environment.
(i) Comprehensive company profile including registered office, functional contact email address, GSM phone number(s) and facsimile number(s).
(ii) Current company’s audited statement of accounts duly stamped by licensed Auditors.
(iii) Verifiable evidence of similar jobs successfully executed in the past.
(iv) Reference letter from a Bank stating the financial ability of the Vendor to carry out such project(s).
Kindly submit your signed and wax-sealed bids to the address below: The Secretary,
Major Contracts Tenders Committee
2nd Floor Wing C
Central Bank of Nigeria
Failure to sign and seal your bid as required may cause your bid to be deemed non-responsive, and the CBN will not be responsible for non-receipt of a bid that is incorrectly addressed or identified. In addition, partial bids, i.e., bids which do not cover all the essential requirements of the CBN as specified in this document, will be treated as non-responsive and will be rejected.
All enquiries, including requests for any clarification in respect of the bidding process, up to one (1) week prior to the deadline for submission of the bids, should be directed to:
Major Contracts Tenders Committee
2nd Floor Wing C
Central Bank of Nigeria
All submissions must be received at the above Office not later than 12:00 Noon on Tuesday 11th April, 2017.
The prequalification and Technical Proposal will be opened immediately, after close of submission of the bid on Tuesday 11th April, 2017.
Successful companies will be contacted within two weeks after the closing date. Companies may be invited to give further clarification on their bids.
For further information, please call: 07002255226
ROGO LOCAL GOVERNMENT COUNCIL, KANO STATE
INVITATION FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION
Rogo 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 proposals for the following project:
(1) Construction of Bridge at Yanoko Village of Rogo Local Govt Area
(2) Construction of Blocks of Class Rooms Across 10 Political Wards of the Local Govt Area
(3) General Renovation of Damagari Friday Mosque
(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), Rogo Local Government Secretariat, in a sealed envelope on or before 15th March, 2017.
Mohammed Abba Danbatta (Head PRS),
for the MANAGEMENT ROGO LGC, KANO STATE
CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA (CBN)
REQUEST FOR SUBMISSION OF PROPOSAL FOR THE CAPACITY BUILDING OF PARTICIPATING FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS (PFIS) UNDER THE MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES DEVELOPMENT FUND (MSMEDF) OF THE CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA (CBN)
The CBN commenced the release of the MSME Development Fund in August 2014. The Fund was established in recognition of the significant contributions of MSME sub-sector to economic development. In order to address the observed gaps in the sub-sector, the CBN is planning to build the capacity of PFIs and State Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs) under the MSMEDF.
(2.0) THE TRAINING PROGRAMME
The capacity building programme should include, but not limited to the following areas:
• Introduction to microfinance and best practice
• Product development
• Technology to push outreach
• Risk, vulnerability and sustainability in micro financing
• Upscaling to regulated institutions
• Regulation and Supervision of microfinance institutions
(3.0) GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:
Interested and competent vendors are hereby invited to submit their proposals which must include the following documents for verification:
(a) Evidence of certificate of incorporation and registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC)
(b) Certified true copy of memorandum and article of association
(c) Evidence of Company Tax clearance certificate for the last three (3) years (2013, 2014 and 2015) as at when due
(d) Comprehensive company profile including registered office, functional contact email address, GSM phone number(s) and facsimile number(s)
(e) Verifiable evidence of similar jobs successfully executed in the past
(f) Reference letter from a Bank stating the financial ability of the Vendor to carry out such project(s)
(g) Current company’s audited statement of accounts
(h) Current Pension Clearance Certificate from PENCOM.
(i) Evidence of compliance Certificate with provision of section 6(1)(3) of the amended Industrial Training Fund (ITF)Act No.19 of 2011
(j) Evidence of registration with Financial Reporting Council (FRC)
(k) An Interim Registration Report (IRR) as evidence of registration on the National Database of contractors, consultants and service providers.
(l) An affidavit disclosing whether or not any officer of the Central Bank of Nigeria or Bureau of Public Procurement is a former or present director, shareholder or has any pecuniary interest in the company.
(3.1) TECHNICAL AND FINANCIAL BID REQUIREMENTS:
The Technical and Financial Bid documents should state the following:
(i) Proposal for the capacity building programme in Nigeria: unit cost for PFIs, SPVs and States
(ii) Framework for conducting the exercise/Training Module
Evidence of past experience in similar assignments and understanding of the Nigeria microfinance environment
The submissions shall be in two separate envelopes as follows:
(a) The general requirements and technical proposal should be submitted in a wax sealed envelope boldly marked at the top left corner:
“Prequalification and Technical Proposal for the Capacity Building of Participating Financial Institutions (PFIS) under the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Fund (MSMEDF) of the Central Bank of Nigeria.”
(b) The Financial Proposal should be submitted in a second wax sealed envelope boldly marked at the top left corner:
“Financial Proposal for the Capacity Building of Participating Financial Institutions (PFIs) under the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Fund (MSMEDF) of the Central Bank of Nigeria.”
And addressed to:-
Major Contracts Tenders Committee
2nd Floor, Wing C, CBN, Head Office Complex
Central Business District, Abuja
(5.0) CLOSING DATE:
All submission must be received at the above Office not later than 12:00 Noon, on Tuesday, 11th April, 2017.
(6.0) OPENING DATE:
The prequalification and Technical Proposal will be opened immediately, after close of submission of the bid on Tuesday, 11th April, 2017.
(7.0) IMPORTANT NOTICE
Only the successful company (ies) will be notified formally.
Nothing in the advert shall be construed to be a commitment on the part of the CBN
For further information, please contact: 07002255226
INVITATION TO TENDER
TENDER: SUPPLY OF HIGH QUALITY PROTEIN MAIZE (SMILE PRF 2-FY17)
Catholic Relief Services (CRS), Nigeria is inviting tenders from established, registered and reputable companies/suppliers for the supply and delivery of high quality protein maize (HQPM), for Caregivers in 5 States: Benue, Nasarawa, FCT, Edo and Kogi.
Conditions of Tender
CRS reserves the right to accept or reject any bids even if it is the cheapest.
CRS reserves the right to accept part or whole of the bid.
Bidders must indicate validity of prices from date of tender closure
Bids must be supported by company profile, company registration certificates and valid tax clearance certificate.
Bids must indicate unit costs and total cost of each item, with transport charges and VAT indicated as separate line items.
Bids must also indicate estimated delivery period (within normal working hours) of the materials and the distances travelled from source to the delivery points in the respective states
Bids must indicate specifications of materials.
Bids must indicate payment terms.
Bids must include names of three traceable major clients which the company/supplier had served during 2016/2017 planting season.
LIST OF REQUIRED MATERIALS
Item Benue (1kg) Nasarawa (1kg) Kogi (1kg) Edo
(1kg) FCT (1kg) Subtotal Total
Variety: High quality protein maize (HQOM) in 1kg
ART 98-SWS-OB 7097 3025 3100 2084 2400 17,706 29,766
TZPB-OB 5700 2400 1083 1800 1077 12,060
size/shape (7.5 mm – >8.7 mm) Medium/round, medium/flat – large/round and large/flat
Inoculations/ Treatments Healthy treated seeds
Species Hybrid quality protein maize seed variety
Seed colour Yellow
Packaging Seeds should be packed in polythene bags
STATE DELIVERY POINTS
Benue (1kg) Nasarawa (1kg) Kogi (1kg) Edo
(1) JDPC Otukpo
Office, Plot 13,
Otukpo (1)JDPC Uromi Office,
(1) CBCSP Office, Our
Lady of Apostles
Hospital by St
Akwanga (1) LUCAF Office,
GP 705 Michael
Lokoja, (1) WFI Complex.
Off Funtaj College Road,
(3) ELOHIM Office, Plot C 170,
Way, Phase II
Site II, Kubwa
(2) CARITAS – (JDPC)
Office, St. John’s
Gboko (2) CRS
Office 30 Airport Road, Benin City, Benin (2) FAHCI Office, Behind
Ta’al model school,
Jos Road Lafia, (2) DACA Office,
Bank PLC Ayigba
(3) AGCOD Office,
Ala main Market,
Beside First Bank
Kastsina-Ala (3) JDPC Auchi Office
(4) CRS Office, Plot
17 Jonah Jang
SUBMISSION OF BIDS
Tenders must be submitted to Catholic Relief Services office located at 41 Crescent, Plot 477, A close, Gwarinpa Abuja. They must be submitted in sealed envelopes and postmarked Tender for high quality protein maize and delivered at the above physical address or sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject “Confidential-bid for Protein maize seed” not later than 5pm on Tuesday 14th March, 2017.
FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA
FEDERAL MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT AFDB ASSISTED
AGRICULTURAL TRANSFORMATION AGENDA SUPPORT PROGRAM PHASE-1(ATASP-1),
NATIONAL PROGRAM CO-ORDINATION TEAM
LOAN NO: 210015002999, GRANT NO: 2100155025974
PROJECT ID NO: P-NG-AA-003
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CONDUCT OF AN M&E STUDY AND SETTING UP OF AN ICT BASED M&E SYSTEM (CONSULTING SERVICES)
(1) The Federal Government of Nigeria has received financing from African Development Bank (AfDB) toward the cost of the Agricultural Transformation Agenda Support Program Phase-1 (ATASP-1) and intends to apply part of this grant to payments under the contract for the conduct of a Monitoring and Evaluation Study and Setting-up of an Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) based Monitoring & Evaluation System at the National Program Coordination Office (NPCO) in Abuja and four Crop Processing Zone Implementation Units (PZIUs) located in Awka, Bida, Kano and Birnin-Kebbi,
(2) The objectives of the assignment is to carry out a credible monitoring and evaluation study that demystifies all the key elements and theory of change encapsulated in the Program Log-Frame and setting-up of a robust ICT based Monitoring and Evaluation System for the ATASP-1 program that will be fully implemented according to the program’s logical framework, centrally supervised and managed at the NPCO in Abuja, but MUST be linked with a step-down ICT based M&E systems at the Program’s four PZIUs, located in Awka in Anambra State, Bida in Niger State, Kano in Kano State, and Birnin-Kebbi in Kebbi State. The performance data collection, compilation, validation, and analysis will take place on state-by-state basis for collation and reporting by the PZIU’s Zonal M&E Officers, and subsequent transmission to the Program central M&E system at the NPCO, Abuja that will be managed by ATASP-1 National M&E Unit. The entire monitoring and evaluation systems will ensure Program interventions are implemented as planned, track progress of implementation and ensure that outputs, outcomes and impacts and results are measured accurately with evidence-based attribution to Program interventions and also ensuring causal relationships (cause -effect logic) in the overall Program management.
(3) The assignment is estimated to be completed within 2 Months
(4) The Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development through ATASP-1 National Program Co-ordination Team now invite eligible consulting firms to indicate interest in providing this service. Interested firms must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services through brochures, description of similar assignments conducted, experience in the last 5 years in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc. The assignment will be coordinated by a firm which must demonstrate experience in ICT system design and/or design of ICT based M&E systems for development programs in the past. The firm must also demonstrate experience in setting-up of an international best practice, sound and robust M&E system for development programs and projects especially in agricultural value chains, agribusiness/agro- processing and livelihoods intervention programs. The team should have very intensive and extensive M&E technical experiences along with comparative experience in Staple Crop Processing Zone.
(5) Consultants may constitute joint-ventures to enhance their chances of qualification. Joint-Venture should indicate the lead consultant
(6) Eligibility criteria, establishment of the short-list (National Consultants only) and the selection procedure shall be in accordance with the Quality Based Selection of 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 http://www.afdb.org/en/projects-and-operations/procurement/resources-for-borrowers/policies-procedures/ .
(7) Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours 8:00 to 4:00 p.m (Nigeria time), Mondays -Fridays.
(8) Expession of interest must be delivered to the address below on or before 14th March, 2017 by 12:00 noon (Nigerian Time) and mention ‘Study and Setting-up of an ICT Based M& E System for ATASP-1’
(9) National Program Co-ordinator, ATASP-1 C/o National Program for Food Security (NPFS) Office, No. 127 Adetokunbo Ademola Crescent, Wuse II, Abuja. Tel. (234) 805 9607776; (234) 803 517 9569, (234) 703 222 3260. E-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMMITTEE (IRC)
INVITATION TO BID
The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is an international, nonsectarian, voluntary organization providing relief, protection and resettlement services for refugees and victims of oppression or violent conflict.
The IRC has been active in Nigeria since 2012, providing essential services for internally displaced persons and host communities in partnership with several international donors.
The IRC is continuing its operations in North East Nigeria and is issuing a Request for Proposal (RFP) to solicit competitive, sealed, bids to establish a contract with a reputable Contractor for Drilling and Construction of 17 UNITS OF 5 inch Diameter UPVC hand pump Boreholes and 5 units 6 inch Diameter UPVC Solar Powered Boreholes within Yola South, Furfore, Michika and Askira Uba LGA’s in Adamawa State
Interested and suitably qualified vendors are invited to submit their proposals and may request complete Tender documents (RFP) from the IRC offices located at:
Committee Philip Maken
Behind Yukuben Hotel.
Off Barracks Road, Karewa
Yola. Adamawa State.
08035404877 International Rescue
Behind ADSU Guest Inn,
Mubi North LGA Adamawa
Plot 902 Olu Awotesu Street,
Off Ibrahim Idris Crescent,
Jabi District, Abuja, FCT.
08172366902 International Rescue
Plot Number 7, Jimina Road,
Off Damboa Road, GRA
Bid Submission Closes on 14th March, 2017 at 12:00 noon
Acceptance of your bid(s) and any subsequent contract are subject to the IRC’s Terms and Conditions for provision of Goods and Services. IRC does not bind itself to accept the lowest, or any bid.
NOTE: Bids submitted without completed and signed intend to bid form also attached to the tender document (RFP) will be rejected.