Care International Nigeria invite qualified and competent suppliers/ bidders to indicate interest by submitting tender bids for the purchase of the following:
CARE International is a global non-governmental humanitarian organization founded in 1945 after World War Ito deliver life-saving emergency aid to survivors of war and natural disasters. We stand in solidarity with the poorest, the most deprived and vulnerable populations and where possible, work with local communities to build capacities, resilience to promote sustainable socio-economic development.
In FY20, CARE worked in 104 countries supporting 1,349 poverty-fighting development and humanitarian projects reaching more than 92 Million people. A significant portion of our work focuses on Food, Nutrition, and Climate Change Resilience; Women and Girls Economic Empowerment, Protection and Gender Equality, increasing access to clean Water and Sanitation, quality Health services, Education and Small-business support.
Officially registered in April 2017, CARE Nigeria is in its fourth year; operating in Nigeria. CARE in Nigeria currently implements Food Nutrition Security and Livelihood activities, Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights, Gender-based Violence and Protection in Borno and Yobe State. CARE also works in Bauchi and Jigawa States in the Northwest with a strong focus on Women’s Economic Empowerment through its flagship Village Savings and Loan Model.
Applications are invited for:
Title: Invitation to Bid for Vehicle Purchase
Scope of Work
CARE Nigeria is inviting submission of bids for Purchase:
- Purchase of ONE SUV / Yobe.
Application Closing Date
28th February, 2022.
Submission of Documents
Interested Suppliers should please contact CARE Nigeria’s office in Abuja to express their interest and request for complete tender documentation containing all details of this tender process from 10 - 17 February 2022 at the following address:
No 3,6 Avenue, Gwarinpa,
F.C.T - Abuja.
Call: 09070345327 for more information.
- Any application received after the stipulated time will not be acknowledge.
- Bidders should take account of the expected submission time required, and are responsible to ensure that bids are received via the address indicated in the solicitation by the due date and time.