Tenders

Working in partnership for the children in the State of Palestine

Supplies and Tenders

Supplies are essential to fulfil children’s rights. Supporting child survival and development programmes around the world, UNICEF-procured supplies are critical in providing for children’s health, education and protecting them from abuse, exploitation, and neglect.

UNICEF procures and supplies over 5,000 products to address the needs of children.

As well as supporting UNICEF’s ongoing programmatic activities, the Supply function provides rapid supply response to emergencies.

UNICEF also procures and supplies essential commodities on behalf of governments and other partners. These procurement services can also include in-country logistics, capacity building, and project management.

Ensuring the global availability of essential supplies through influencing markets for life-saving commodities such as vaccines, essential medicines and health products, and implementing a range of supply chain models to ensure these supplies are delivered to children, are two overarching focuses. 

Bidding opportunities

(Request for EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)

[EOI/JERA/2019/WASH/002]

 

Prequalification of Contractors for the construction of specialized contract packages, Package 2 and 3, as part of the expansion of the EU funded-Southern Gaza Seawater Desalination Plant, SGDP project (Phase II and III)

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in the state of Palestine, wishes to invite specialized construction firms with a substantial presence and extensive experience within Gaza, to express their specific interest in:

 

 Package 2 - Off-Shore Part of the Effluent Discharge Outfall System (including but not limited to the following activities)

  • Connections to the on-shore part of the effluent discharge outfall system as implemented under Package 1
  • Installation of pipes inside the sea
  • Installation of diffuser system.
  • Alignment and connection with the Phase I Outfall System

And/or also for:

Package 3 - Dedicated Power Transmission Line (4-5MW) (including but not limited to the following activities)

  • Connections to the national grid system
  • Installation of power transmission lines
  • Connection to the plant internal power system and configuration with the available energy sources.

 

And shall submit their Response to EOIs together with the complete supplier profile by e-mail to: optsuppliers@unicef.org, not later than Monday 16th September 2019 closure of business.

Please quote [EOI/JERA/2019/WASH/002] as subject in your correspondence.

 

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