Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Welthungerhilfe,Technical supervision of the construction works in Rwanda




Welthungerhilfe is one of the largest private aid organisations in Germany, independent of politics and religion. It was established in 1962, as the German section of the "Freedom from Hunger Campaign", one of the world's first initiatives aimed at the eradication of hunger.
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Welthungerhilfe is looking for a firm / company to conduct the technical supervision of the construction works below:
 «TRAVAUX DE CONSTRUCTION DE 4 SALLES DE CLASSE ET FOURNITURE AINSI QUE L’INSTALLATION DE DEUX CITERNES DE 10M3 (CHACU
NE) À L’ÉCOLE PRIMAIRE MUHETA» / RUGENDABARI SECTOR –MUHANGA DISTRICT
&
 «TRAVAUX DE CONSTRUCTION DE 3 SALLES DE CLASSE ET CONSTRUCTION D’UN BLOCK DE LATRINE À L’ÉCOLE PRIMAIRE MUNINI» / NYAMABUYE SECTOR –MUHANGA DISTRICT
Experienced & interested firms / companies are requested to submit offers (CVs & degrees of the supervisor/s) and at least 3 recent references of similar previous assignments (not older than 3years). 
You are also requested to kindly fill in the bellow format your financial offer.
Item
Quantity
Unit cost in RWF / Fee Per Each Visit (Taxes
included)
Total cost in RWF for 10 visits
(Taxes included)
Remarks
Supervision of
Construction works at Muheta and Munini
Primary Schools in Muhanga District, Rugendabari & Nyamabuye sectors respectively.

10 visits (with a
detailed report &
pictures after
every visit)

Note: one day visit includes both sites and a detailed progress/appreciation report with as many pictures as possible.


Visits will be
announced by
Welthungerhilfe but the supervising consultant/ firm could also recommend a visit in case needed. Visits could be less or more than the currently 10 planed but the unit cost provided in the offer will remain unchanged.
Note: Offers should be in well closed enveloppes & the deadline for submission is on 18th April 2017 at 10h00 am at WHH Kigali office located at KG 668ST, Kimihurura, Gasabo, Kigali City. Plot no 736

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