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CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES (CRS)
INVITATION TO TENDER
TENDER: PRINTING OF CAMPAIGN MATERIALS FOR THE GLOBAL FUND MALARIA PROJECT
TENDER NQ: CRS-GFNG-PRINTING-2017-01

BACKGROUND
Catholic Relief Services (CRS) will be carrying out Long Lasting Insecticidal Nets (LLIN) Mass Campaign activities in six states in Nigeria; namely Kwara, Edo, Imo, Ondo, Osun and Adamawa. LLIN Mass Campaign basically is the distribution of LLIN to households across the six states mentioned above.
CRS Nigeria is inviting tenders from established, registered and reputable companies/suppliers for the printing of campaign materials for mass campaign distribution on the Global Fund Malaria Project Suppliers are expected to quote only for lots they have strong competences in and can deliver within a reasonable time line.
SPECIFICATION
LOT 1
S/N Name Of Item Quantity Specification
1 Tools-Stock sheets 636 A4 sized cardboard sheets. White back ground. Columns differentiated into colors as adapted by the logistics work stream. (Front only, colored cardboard A4 size)
2 Tools-HH mobilization algorithm 28,613 Step-by-step guide to HH mobilizers. A4 sized cardboard sheets. White back ground. With colored pictorial illustrations (Front and back colored cardboard A4 size)
3 Tools-Net card reconciliation sheet 21,168 Net card reconciliation sheet printed on A4 white sheet of 100 Grams weight (A4 paper black and white. Front only)
4 Tools-Net card Distr Daily Sum Sheets (i-4a) 138,698 I-4a Net card distribution daily summary sheet printed on A4 white sheet of 100 Grams weight (A4 paper black and white. Front only)
5 Tools – Net card Distr Sum Sheet-DP (i-4b) 7,492 I-4b Net card daily summary sheet by distribution points printed on A4 white sheet of 100 Grams weight (A4 paper black and white. Front only)
6 Tools-Net card Distr Sum Sheet- LGA (i-4c) 1393
I-4c Net distribution summary by LGA printed on A4 white sheet of 100 Grams weight (A4 paper black and white. Front only)
7 Training Guide for LGAs and ward team 4,297 50 pages of trailing manual showing step by step implementation process printed on A4 white sheet of 100 Grams weight in full colored, (spiral bound with front and back cover colored A4 sheet)
8 LIN distribution Algorithm 4,990 Step-by-step guide to HH mobilizers. A4 sized cardboard sheets. White back ground. With colored pictorial illustrations. (Front and back colored cardboard A4 size)
9 Tools-DP net distr. summary sheet (i-8a) 3,708 I-8a DP net distribution summary sheet by DP printed on A4 white sheet of 100 Grams weight (A4 paper black and white. Front only)
10 Toots – LGA net distr. & net card redemption summary sheet (i-8b) 1782
I-8b DP net distribution & net card redemption summary sheet printed on A4 white sheet of 100 Grams weight (A4 paper black and white. Front only)

11 LGA LLIN Distribution Summary Sheet (i-8c) 799 I-8c LGA LLIN distribution summary sheet printed on A4 white sheet of 100 Grams weight (A4 paper black and white. Front only)
12 Tools -M&S forms (i-9a) 64,120
I-9a 1 sheet of monitoring forms printed on A4 white sheet of 100 Grams weight. (A4 paper black and white. Front only)
13 Tools -M&S forms (i-9b) 52,852 I-9b 1 sheet of monitoring forms printed on A4 white sheet of 100 Grams weight (A4 paper black and white. Front only)
14 Tools-M&S forms (i-9c) 15,292
I-9c 1 sheet of monitoring forms printed on A4 white sheet of 100 Grams weight. (A4 paper black and white. Front only)
15 Tools – M&S forms (i-9d) 37,800
I-9d 1 sheet of monitoring forms printed on A4 white sheet of 100 Grams weight (A4 paper black and white. Front only)
16 Tools-end process assessment forms 1 593 End process form 1 printed on A4 white sheet of 100 Grams weight. (A4 paper black and white. Front only)
17 Tools-end process assessment forms 2 447 End process form 2 printed on A4 white sheet of 100 Grams weight. (A4 paper black and white. Front only)
LOT 2
Name of Item Quantity Specification
1 Net cards (in booklet -100 sheets/booklet) 56,276 100 sheets per booklet. Cheque book size booklet, colored with perforated stomp side to be left in the booklet and serial numbers on each sheet
LOT 3
S/N Name Of Item Quantity Specification
1 T-shirts and Printing 11,196
Short sleeved polo shirts crafted from cotton, Two or three button placket, Malaria and other signature printing as adapted during microplanning. White or state chosen color 100% cotton, round neck short sleeved shirts crafted from cotton, Ribbed crew neckline. Sizes: Small 20% Medium 25%, Large:25%, X-large: 30%
2 Caps 11,196 Adjustable cotton strap buckle at the back. 100% cotton. Malaria and other signature printing as adapted during microplanning for the state. White or state chosen color. Sizes: Small 20% Medium 25%, Large:25%, X-large: 30%
3 DP Health Education banner 4,308 8 by 5 ft size banner, Thickness: 10mm. made from high quality vinyl for both indoor and outdoor use, Malaria signature printing indicating how to care, use and repair your nets (containing pictures and write up)
4 DP – Banners (Flex)
4,308
4 by 2 ft size banner, Thickness: 10mm, made from high quality vinyl for both indoor and outdoor use, Malaria signature printing indicating distribution point location White or state chosen color
5 A3 chart for Household Mobilization training
448 4 by 2 ft size banner, Thickness: 10mm, made from high quality vinyl for both indoor and outdoor use, indicating pictorial step by step demonstration on how to operate the android device for HH mobilization
6 A3 chart for LLIN Distribution training
224 4 by 2 ft size banner, Thickness: 10mm, made from high quality vinyl for both indoor and outdoor use, indicating pictorial step by step demonstration on how to operate the android device for LLIN distribution
7 Sasch for net ambassador & advocate 113

LOT 4
Name Of Item Quantity Specification
1 Aprons and printing 44,515
Waterproof heavy-duty static shielding 18-mil vinyl apron. Features: Provides shielding capabilities due to the black conductive layer of 105 ohms/so

Reversible to show a blue dissipative layer of 107 to 1010 ohms/sq. Designed to protect workers against abrasions and splash hazards at cleaning and wave solder stations, used to carry materials, pens, pencils etc. Color: Reversible Blue, Width: 30″, Length: 48″, Waterproof. Malaria Custom embroidery based on microplanning adaptation. One size fits all.
SUPPLIER ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
• Description of the bidder’s experience and involvement with printing of materials for bulk distribution
• Evidence of valid registration with the corporate Affairs Commission/Form C02 & C07;
• Certificate of incorporation
• Copy of a recent Tax Clearance Certificate
• Income tax clearance certificates for the last three financial years;
• Evidence of corporate office address, phone numbers, email address;
• Evidence of financial capability (Approx. NGN 5 Million) and banker’s Reference letter;
• Three recent referees for similar work done.
CONDITIONS OF TENDER
• CRS reserves the right to disqualify suppliers who fails to meet the eligibility requirement
• CRS reserves the right to accept or reject bids even if it is the cheapest
• CRS reserves the right to accept part or whole of the bid
• CRS reserves the right to award to successful bidders only one lot or more lots.
• Bidders must indicate validity of prices from date of tender closure
• Bids must indicate unit cost and total cost of each item
• Bids must indicate payment terms
• Bids must indicate delivery time
• Samples will be made available to bidders at CRS Abuja Office located at Plot 477, 41 Crescent, Off 4th Avenue, Gwarinpa II, Abuja
• All submissions after the deadline will not be considered.
• CRS has the right to change or cancel the requirements at any time during the solicitation process.
• Successful bidders will be required to provide samples
• CRS shall conduct a due diligence check at the business premises of successful suppliers and service providers before any award is given.
• CRS Nigeria shall not be responsible for any cost incurred in responding to this invitation.
• CRS will deduct the statutory Withholding Tax for this Service
• CRS is exempted from VAT; hence this must be excluded from your bid.
BID SUBMISSION
The bids should be submitted in a sealed envelope via courier addressed to “Tender Committee, CRS-GFNG-PRINTING-2017-01, Catholic Relief Services, Plot 477,41 Crescent, off 4th Avenue, Gwarimpa II, Abuja, or to the tender email on tenders.ngr@crs.org with “Tender Submission CRS-GFNG-PRINTING-2017-01” in the subject line or submit in person to CRS Main office in Abuja.
The bids should be submitted until 5:00PM Wednesday 14th June, 2017. Bids received after 5:00PM Wednesday 14th June 2017 will not be considered during bid opening.
FOR FURTHER ENQUIRIES, PLEASE CONTACT
Sandra Odogwu via email at: sandra.odogwu@crs.org

MINISTRY OF WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION
P.M.B. 5335, ADO-EKITI, EKITI STATE
TENDER NOTICE

Notice is hereby given by Ekiti State Government to suitable contractors to submit tender for the under listed projects:
(1) Installation of street lights on:
S/N PROJECT LOCATION:
(i) Dualization of Internal road in Government House
(ii) Construction of car park and asphalt laying at Gate House Government House.
(2) Tender Documents
The tender documents including un-priced Bill of Quantities are obtainable from The Director, Department of Planning, Research and Statistics of the Ministry of Works and Transportation, Ajilosun Street, Ado-Ekiti on the payment of non-refundable fee payable to Head 402 Sub-Head 101 of the Ministry of Works & Transportation.
(3) Pre-requisites for Tender
(a) Certificate of Registration with the Ekiti State Registration Board of the Ministry of Works and Transportation, Ado-Ekiti
(b) Evidence of Tax Clearance of two (2) Company’s Directors (current year) in Ekiti State
(c) The Company’s Ekiti State Development Levy receipts for three consecutive years (years of tender inclusive)
(d) Evidence of Company (Functional) office in Ekiti State
(e) Evidence of registration of Business Premises in Ekiti State
(f) Current Tax Clearance Certificate of the Company
(g) The Certificate of Incorporation of the Company
(h) Evidence of Audited accounts of the Company for the past three (3) years
(i) Evidence of Financial capability from a reputable bank
(j) The profile of the company indicating the partners, equipment, working experience and any other relevant information that may enhance favourable consideration of the tender
(k) Evidence of current registration with the Bureau of Public Procurement
(i) Current FIRS Certificate of the Company.
(m) Other peculiar documents as may be required by the procuring entity and BPP categorization e.t.c.
(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/Bill of Quantities
(5) SUBMISSION OF TENDERS
(a) All tenders should be submitted to the State Tenders Board Secretariat not later than 12 noon, on Wednesday 28th June, 2017 and the opening ceremony comes up by 2pm, same day.
(b) All tenders must be submitted in sealed envelopes with the project title clearly indicated on the top left corner of the envelope and addressed to:
The Secretary,
State Tenders Board,
C/O Cabinet & Special Services Department,
Office of the Governor,
Ado-Ekiti
(c) Tenderers should not indicate the name of their companies at the back of the envelope in any manner whatsoever.
(d) Acceptance of Tenders
All tenders accompanied with relevant documents and attachments contained in the notice must be submitted in the prescribed manner. This advertisement shall not be construed as a commitment on the part of EKMW&T nor shall it entitle responding contractors to seek any indemnity from EKMW&T by virtue of such contractors having responded to this advertisement.
Permanent Secretary,
Ministry of Works and Transportation,
Ado-Ekiti.

SOKOTO STATE UNIVERSITY
OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR
Email info@ssu.edu.ng,
Website: http://www.ssu.edu.ng

INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST IN RESPECT OF OUTSOURCING SECURITY SERVICES OF SOKOTO STATE UNIVERSITY
1.0 INTRODUCTION
1.1 The Sokoto State University hereby solicits for expression of interest from eligible, qualified and highly reputable private Security Company for the provision of security services in the University.
2.0 Prospective service providers are to provide the following minimum pre¬qualification requirements:
(i) Evidence of Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) including Certificate of Incorporation and articles of association.
(ii) Tax clearance certificate for the period of last 3 years: 2014, 2015, & 2016.
(iii) Value Added Tax registration certificate.
(iv) Audit report for the period of last 3years: 2014, 2015, &2016.
(v) License issued by the Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corps.
(vi) Evidence of registration body (if any).
(vii) Proof of company’s working experience and evidence of similar engagements handled in the last 5 years.
(viii) Industrial Training Fund (ITF) compliance certificate.
(ix) Evidence of compliance with the Pension Fund and workman Compensation Act
(x) Detailed company profile.
3.0 Submission of Pre-Qualification Documents:
The pre-qualification documents shall be submitted in sealed envelopes and labeled “PRE¬-QUALIFICATION OF INTEREST marked with “SECURITY SERVICES” at the top right corner and addressed to:
The Registrar,
Sokoto State University,
P.M.B. 2134,
Birnin Kebbi Road,
Sokoto
3.1 Closing date of submission of EOI is 21st June, 2017.
3.2 Only firms whose pre-qualification and expression of interest document fulfill the requirements would be assessed for consideration.
3.3 The University is not bound to shortlist any service provider that does not fulfill the requirement nor incur any liabilities and, or assign any reason thereof.
Signed
Amina Yusuf Garba, MON, MNIM
Registrar

SOKOTO STATE UNIVERSITY, SOKOTO
PMB 2134, Birnin Kebbi Road, SOKOTO STATE, NIGERIA
Email info@ssu.edu.ng,
Website: http://www.ssu.edu.ng

INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST IN RESPECT OF OUTSOURCING CLEANING SERVICES OF SOKOTO STATE UNIVERSITY
1.0 INTRODUCTION
1.1 The Sokoto State University intends to engage the services of competent Facility Management firms to undertake regular cleaning, fumigating, gardening, and waste management control of its numerous facilities
(1.2) The University therefore, wishes to invite expression of interest from interested and competent Service providers with the scope of work to cover all buildings and premises
2.0 ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
Prospective service providers are to provide the following minimum pre-qualification requirements:
(a) Evidence of registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) including Certificate of Incorporation and Articles of Associations,
(b) Tax Clearance Certificate of the following years: 2014, 2015 and 2016;
(c) VAT Registration and Remittance;
(d) Detailed Company Profile,
(e) Verifiable evidence of experience in handling similar services executed within the last three years satisfactorily;
(f) Evidence of financial and technical capability/reference letter from a reputable bank;
(g) Possession of Registration Certificate to operate a Cleaning Services” Company from State, Local or Federal Health Institution
(h) Audited Report for the last three years (2014, 2015, and 2016).
(i) Registration with relevant profession bodies
SUBMISSION OF PRE-QUALIFICATION DOCUMENTS
The pre-qualification documents shall be submitted in sealed envelopes and labeled “PRE-QUALIFICATION OF INTEREST” marked with “CLEANING SERVICES” at the top right corner and addressed to
The Registrar,
Sokoto State University
Birnin Kebbi Road
P.M.B 2134, Sokoto
3.1 Closing date of submission of EOI is 21st June, 2017.
3.2 Only firms whose pre-qualification and expression of interest documents fulfill the requirements, would be assessed for consideration.
3.3 The University is not bound to shortlist any service provider that does not fulfill the requirement nor incur any liabilities and or assign any reason thereof.
Signed
Amina Yusuf Garba, MON, MNIM
Registrar

KOGI STATE MINISTRYOF HEALTH, LOKOJA
SAVING ONE MILLION LIVES PROGRAM FOR RESULT (SOML PforR)

INVITATION FOR BIDS
SECTION 1: INVITATION FOR BIDS
COUNTRY: NIGERIA
STATE: KOGI STATE
PROJECT: SAVING ONE MILLION LIVES (PforR)
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF GOODS: OFFICE EQUIPMENTS, ANDROID PHONES, MEGAPHONES, MEDICAL EQUIPMENT, ESSENTIAL DRUGS, AND PRINTING WORKS
BID ISSUE DATE: 7th June, 2017
IFB NO: KGS/SOML/NCB/GDS/02/2017
LAST DATE OF BID SUBMISSION: 21st JUNE, 2017
(1) The Federal Government of Nigeria has received a credit from the World Bank towards the cost of Saving One Million Lives Program for Result (SOML P for R) and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of this funds to strengthen the health care delivery system.
(2) The Kogi State Saving One Million Lives Program now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the supply of the following-
LOT ONE: OFFICE EQUIPMENT
LOT TWO: ANDROID PHONES AND MEGA PHONES
LOT THREE: MEDICAL EQUIPMENT 1
LOT FOUR: MEDICAL EQUIPMENT 2
LOT FIVE: MEDICAL EQUIPMENT 3
LOT SIX: ESSENTIAL DRUGS 1
LOT SEVEN: ESSENTIAL DRUGS 2
LOT EIGHT: PRINTING WORKS 1
LOT NINE: PRINTING WORKS 2
NOTE- Bidders may bid for one or more lots and one documents per lot.
(3) Bidding will be conducted through the National Competitive Bidding (NCB) specified in the World Bank Guidelines ; Procurement under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits and is open to all bidders from eligible source countries as defined in the guidelines.
(4) Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from and inspect the bidding document at the address given below between the hours of 9am – 4pm (Monday -Thursdays) and of 9am – 1pm on Fridays.
Programme Management Unit
Office of Programme Manager
Saving One Million Lives
Ministry of Health
Lokoja- Kogi State
(5) A complete set of bidding document in English Language may be purchased by interested bidders on the submission of a written application to the address given above and upon payment of a non-refundable fee of Fifty Thousand Naira (N50,000.00) paid in cash (One Document per lot). The bidding document could be collected by hand from the Program Management Unit of SOML. Bidders can bid for one or more lots.
(6) Bids must be delivered to Kogi State Saving One Million Lives Program Management Unit of SOML, Ministry of Health, Lokoja on or before twelve (12noon) on 21st June, 2017 . Each bid must be accompanied with a bid security of not less than 2% of the bid amount and must be in the form specified in the ITB Data sheets. Late bids will be rejected.
(7) Bids must be opened in the presence of the bidders or representatives who choose to attend at the Saving One Million Lives Management Office SOML Ministry of Health Lokoja 12 Noon prompt on 21st June 2017.
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT UNIT
SAVING ONE MILLION LIVES PROGRAM
MINISTRYOF HEALTH
LOKOJA, KOGI STATE
ANNOUNCER

CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA
http://www.cbn.gov.ng
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR THE RECYCLING OF POLYMER BANKNOTE WASTES
RFP No.: POLYMER RECYCLING/COD/02/17

INTRODUCTION
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
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.
MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS:
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.
Others
(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
Central Area
P.M.B. 0187
Garki, Abuja
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:
The Secretary,
Major Contracts Tenders Committee
2nd Floor Wing C
Central Bank of Nigeria
Central Area
P.M.B.0187
Garki, Abuja
Nigeria
Telephone: 09-46237216
E-mail: mctc@CBN.gov.ng

Closing Date
All submissions must be received at the above Office not later than 12:00 Noon on 20th July, 2017.
Opening Date
The prequalification and Technical Proposal will be opened immediately, after close of submission of the bid on 20th July, 2017.
Selection
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 contact: 07002255226

Signed:
MANAGEMENT

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