Request for Proposals (RFP) at TSHIP (Targeted Slates High impact Projects)

Request for Proposals (RFP)

 

TSHIP (Targeted Slates High impact Projects) is a five-year program focused on the improvement of Health Systems and the Management of Health Systems for higher quality Maternal Neonatal and Child Health Family Planning, and Reproductive Health service delivery in Nigeria. TSHIP is funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by a group of foreign and local non-governmental organizations consisting of John Snow Research & Training Institute. Inc. (JSI), Center for Development & Population Activities (CEDPA), Futures Group International LLC, JHPIEGO, and Management Strategies for Africa (MSA).

 The Targeted States High Impact Project (TSHIP) Nigeria announces the following Request for Proposals:

 Title: 1.       Renovations / Improvement of 18 Health Facilities in Bauchi State

2.       Printing of:-

i.        Bauchi State Pre-Service Education Strategic Action Plan

ii.       Performance Standard for Health Related Training Schools (whole Document)

iii.      Performance Standard for Health Related Training Schools (Area 2 only)

3.       Printing of Routine Immunization Data Tools

 Location:             Bauchi

 Contract Type:    Contract

 Please submit quotations between 8:00am to 5:30 pm on or before 5th August 2013.

All vendors are to drop the quotation in the Tender Box, Marked TSHIP, placed in the security post area of TSHIP Bauchi office No.3 Emir Sulaiman Adamu Street,

off Airport road, GRA, Bauchi State, Nigeria.

 Consider your submission unsuccessful if you do not hear from us after two weeks from the closing date.

 For more details please log on to TSHIP Official website at:

http://www.tshipnigeria.org/index.php/about us/opportunities

 JSI is an equal opportunity employer. Please visit our web site, www.tshipnigeria.org  for more details on the organization.

 

 

 

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