Crown Agents invites suitably qualified licensed printers / registered legal entities to tender sealed bidding documents for the following works:
Crown Agents Limited is a not-for-profit international development company with head office in London, United Kingdom, and subsidiaries in USA and Japan. Crown Agents fully owns Greenshields Cowie, a freight forwarding limited company also based in the United Kingdom.
Applications are invited for:
Title: Invitation to Bid for the Supply of Pupil's Books and Teacher's Guides to the Partnership for Learning for All in Nigeria (PLANE) Programme
PLANE is a seven-year, GBP 95m programme funded by the UK Government's Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office (FCDO) and implemented by DAI Global UK.
PLANE represents one window of intervention in a broader package of investment intended to enable a more inclusive and effective basic education system in Nigeria. It seeks to do this through improvements in teaching and learning, focusing on foundational skills, unlocking governance bottlenecks for better education service delivery, improvements in the regulation of the non-state sector, and embedding the use of data and evidence within the education system.
PLANE will work in Kano, Kaduna, Jigawa States, the South West (subject to FCDO confirmation), South East (subject to FCDO confirmation), and the federal capital territory. PLANE is targeting 3,500 schools in the specified regions in Nigeria.
Crown Agents acting as agents for and on behalf of their Principal, DAI Global UK/DAI, invite suitably qualified licensed printers/registered legal entities to print and pack 805,126 pupils' books, 16,000 teacher guides and 4,200 poster sets.
Application Closing Date
13:00 (UK Time), 31st March, 2022.
Submission of Documents
Interested suppliers should apply to Crown Agents for a copy of the Invitation to Bid (ITB) to the email address: Mirabel.email@example.com
with the following title in the subject"Request for ITB Document for Pupils' Books and Teachers' Guides for the PLANE programme".