REACH Ethiopia invite submit quotations to provide delivery and distribute medical equipment, furniture’s and electronics

Overview

  • Category : Transport Service
  • Posted Date : 11/21/2022
  • Source : Reporter
  • Closing Date : 11/30/2022

Description

Request for Quotations No. 2022-002

Vehicle Rental for Delivery and Distribution of Medical Equipments, Furnitures  and Electronics

20th November 2022

  1. Background:

REACH Ethiopia is a non-political, non-religious, non-racial, and non-profit-making development Organization that has been registered by the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Authority for Civil Society Organizations as an Ethiopian Residents Charity bearing certificate No. 3020. REACH Ethiopia envisions contributing to the development and well-being of humanity through innovation and maximizing the utilization of opportunity available for the generation. The main goal of REACH Ethiopia is health service delivery commitment and contributing its part to improve the general health service and well-being of the disadvantaged community in moving towards the sustainable development goal.

REACH Ethiopia is implementing different projects including a project supported by USAID through JSI to support restoration of health services in conflict affected areas of Amhara and Afar Regional States. REACH Ethiopia is currently procuring equipment and furtniture for health facilities affected by the conflict in the northern Ethiopia and wants to hire an organization who will be responsible to distribute the furniture and equipment to each of the affected health facilities as per the agreed distribution list. Organizations submitting quotations in response to this Request for Quotation (“RFQ”) have no relationship with USAID  and any other REACH Ethiopia Projects donors under the terms of this RFQ or any resultant contract. All communications regarding this RFQ must be directed to RECH Ethiopia.

  1. Purpose:

The purpose of this RFQ is to invite prospective Offerors to submit quotations to provide delivery and distribute medical equipment, furniture’s and electronics  from Addis Ababa,  various vendors to 65 health facilities in the Amhara Region State and 15 health facilities  in the Afar Region.

  1. 15  health facilities in Afar Region
  2. 65  health facilities in Amhara Region

The selected Offeror/s must be able to fulfill the technical specifications and meet the delivery schedule outlined in the RFQ.

  1. Eligibility Criteria

Interested and potential bidder/s must be able to fulfill the technical specifications and meet the delivery schedule outlined in the RFQ. In addition,

    1. a)  Bidders should have a valid and renewed trade license for the year;
    2. b)  Bidders should have VAT registration certificate.
    3. c) All Bid documents must be submitted in a closed and sealed envelop and accompanied by a bid security of 2% of the price of their proposed pirce in a separate envelop.
    4. d) Thebid bond shall be either in CPO or bank letter from a recognized bank
    5. e) Any bid after the deadline shall not be accepted.
    6. f) REACH Ethiopia reserves the right to reject all or parts of the bid
  1. Deadline Date and Submission

Please collect a  hard copy of the Request for Quotation No. 2022-002 from the hours of 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM at the Addis Ababa – REACH Ethiopia  Office around  Wello Sefer Infront of INSSA KT -12 Building 5th  Floor. The bid document will be made available on Monday, November 21, 2022.  The deadline dates are as follows:

  • Clarification on the RFQ will be given by the REACH Ethiopia representative to the Offerors at REACH-Ethiopia Office  – 10:00 AM Ethiopia Time, 30th November 2022
  • Deadline for submission of quotations – 5:00 PM Ethiopia Time, 09 th of December 2022.

This announcement is made possible by the support of the American People through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and subawarded through JSI Research and Training Institute. The contents of this notice are the sole responsibility of REACH Ethiopia ) and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States government or JSI Research and Training Institute.