Monday, January 30, 2017

GiveDirectly,Supplying Basic and Simple Handsets jobs in Rwanda

GiveDirectly is a non-profit organization registered in Rwanda. We aim to reshape international giving, making direct transfers to the poor. We take money from donors and give it to the poor. We can do this because modern payments technology has drastically cut the costs of sending money directly to the extreme poor, at the same time as new research has shown the powerful effects this has on their lives. At GiveDirectly we see these trends converging to make
direct giving the benchmark against which the old, top-down models are evaluated.
GiveDirectly is officially registered as an international non-profit organization under the Rwanda Directorate of Immigration and Emigration.
1. GiveDirectly invites interested and registered bidders for Supplying Basic and Simple Handsets to its recipients across the country.
2. The participation to the competition is open on equal conditions to all companies specialized in handset distribution, especially wholesalers of the most basic and simple handsets, having a trade license.
The Tender document can be obtained at the office of GiveDirectly located in Kamukina cell, Kimihurura sector,Gasabo District during working hours upon presentation of proof of payment of twenty thousand Rwandan Francs (20.000 FRW) non-refundable on the account  No0010083812536901 of GiveDirectly opened at Ecobank
3. The bids will remain valid for 90 days starting from the deadline of their submission.
5. The bids well typed, written in English language, properly bound and presented in four copies of which an original and three copies, must reach in sealed envelopes at the office of GiveDirectly before 28/02/2017 at 10:00 am local time. Electronic bids will not be accepted. Late bids will be rejected.
6. The opening of bids will take place on March 3rd 2017 at 10:30 am local time in the meeting room of GiveDirectly in public session.
Done at Kimihurura, on January 30, 2017.
Ivan Ntwali
Country Director

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