11 Jun 2019

Oxfam - Construction of WASH Facilities in Al-Shirqat Hospital - ITT-IQTKT-19-001

Tender Reference: ITT-IQTKT-19-001

Tender Title: Construction of WASH facilities in Al-Shirqat hospital - Salah Al-Din governorate

Date: 11 June 2019

Dear Sirs,

Oxfam is a registered International Non-Governmental Organization. It is a member of OXFAM International, an international confederation of 17 organizations working together in 98 countries with partners and other allies around the world.

OXFAM focuses its activities on providing a comprehensive response to poverty, working cohesively in the four areas that constitute its identity: development cooperation, humanitarian action, faire trade, social mobilization, campaigns and education for global citizenship. 

OXFAM is conducting a tender process within Iraq and invites your submission of an offer within their requirements, for:

Construction of WASH facilities in Al-Shirqat hospital - Salah AlDin governorate

as per the conditions detailed in the Request for Quotation Dossier.

Request for quotation can be obtained by interested parties from:

Mr :           Abdurrahman Hamad

Position : Logistics officer

Tel :          +964 (0) 7708455009

Email:      

Or at the below address :

OXFAM                                                                                                                    

 40 Street , Al-Qudat Neighbourhood, Behind Tikrit Plaza Hotel, Tikrit, Salahadeen, Iraq

Between 09:00 am – 04:00 pm Sunday to Thursday.

The deadline for the collection of the Dossier is 23-June -2019 at 13:00 Pm (Iraqi time)

The deadline for submission of Offer is  25 -June -2019 at 12:00 Pm (Iraqi time) upon conditions in the Request for quotation dossier.

OXFAM does not bind itself to award to the lowest offer and reserves the right to accept the whole or part of the tender.

We look forward to receiving an offer from you and thank you for your interest in our account.

 

Yours sincerely,

Abdurrahman Hamad / logistics Officer/OXFAM Procurement.

 

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