11 Jul 2019

WRO - Supplying Two Generators - Tailkaif & Bartella

To: Invitation to Interested and Competent Suppliers

Subject: Formal Competitive Bidding

Project Title: Building social cohesion and livelihood opportunities in returnee populations of Hamdaniya and Telkaif districts, Ninewa, Iraq

Funded by: Malteser International and BMZ

Country: KRG, IRAQ

Location of project: Ninawah plain (Tailkaif and Bartella).

Date of closing receiving bid: July .18. 2019 at 04:00 pm

Location of delivery of stamped and sealed application is to:

  • WRO Erbil office, in Waziran , Erbil, alley 213 ST 26 House # No: 249/2/830
  • Or delivery to our Logistic Focal point in area of activities, to phone #: 0751-506 0573

Application

WRO invites bidders to submit their bids for Supplying two generators as described in this invitation

1. Background:

WRO founded in 2003, Women Rehabilitation Organization (WRO) is a non-profit, non-governmental and independent national organization dedicated to working toward the protection and advancement of Human Rights through service provision for all members of societies in Iraq and the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI). WRO supports the needs of Iraqi IDPs, Host community and Syrian refugees of women, men, and children in self-determination and self-resilience with hope and dignity. WRO;s work focuses on Protection, SGBV, CP, PSS, Livelihoods, WASH, Social cohesion and community reconciliation , advocacy and Education, and health projects in collaboration with INGOs, NNGOs, UN agencies, and International and local governments.

Summary of Bid's purpose:

In this context, WRO has community trainings for community members on social cohesion and community reconciliations vocational trainings, computer courses, languages and employment skills for local IDPs, returnees and the community in Nineveh. Within this training, the Women's Rehabilitation Organization will hold these courses within its centers, which will need to provide a convenient and comfortable environment for the purpose of facilitating these exercises for participants (as detailed below in Table A)

2. Requirements:

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