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Title of the tender: “Conduct an Assessment on all Equipment, Infrastructures Related to Reproductive, Maternal, Neonatal, Child and Adolescent Health (RMNCAH) Services”

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Invitation for Bids

Title of the tender: “CONDUCT AN ASSESSMENT ON ALL EQUIPMENT, INFRASTRUCTURES RELATED TO REPRODUCTIVE, MATERNAL, NEONATAL, CHILD AND ADOLESCENT HEALTH (RMNCAH) SERVICES”

Publication reference: RWA19009-10042

 

Enabel RWANDA through its program RWA1900911- BARAME Project - Maternal, Neonatal, Child, Sexual and Reproductive Health in seven Districts in Rwanda, is launching a tender, in accordance with art 42, 1°, d) of the Law of 17 June 2016 pursuant to a negotiated procedure without Prior publication (Belgian Law), for “Conducting an assessment on all equipment, infrastructures related to Reproductive, and Maternal, Neonatal, Child and Adolescent Health (RMNCAH) services”- RWA19009-10042, financed by the project/programme RWA1900911- BARAME Project.

The full technical specifications/tender document for this tender may be consulted at the following website:  www.enabel.be

Or at:

The Belgian development agency

KN 67 Street, plot N° 10

SORAS Towers, Wing A, 6th Floor

Opposite St Michel Catholic Church

B.P. 6089 KIYOVU

 

Attention to:

Mrs. Françoise MUSHIMIYIMANA, Enabel National Expert in Contracting & Administration/ECA, francoise.mushimiyimana@enabel.be,

With a copy to:

Mr. Evariste SIBOMANA – Enabel Contract Officer, evariste.sibomana@enabel.be  

The tender must be received before 7/11/2020 at 10.00 AM, Kigali time. It must be sent to:

The Attention of Françoise MUSHIMIYIMANA

Belgian development agency

KN 67 Street, plot N° 10

SORAS Towers, Wing A, 6th Floor

Opposite St Michel Catholic Church

B.P. 6089 KIYOVU

KIGALI- RWANDA

 

Done at Kigali on 15 October 2020

 

Dr. Véronique ZINNEN

Intervention Manager of BARAME Program