The WWF Uganda country office (WWF UCO) has received financial support from the European Union for the implementation of a project to scale-up rural electrification using innovative solar photovoltaic (PV) distribution models.
The WWF UCO intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments for goods and related services under the project.
WWF Uganda project
The overall project objective is to improve rural livelihoods and reduce greenhouse gas emissions through increased access to clean and renewable sources of energy.
In addition, the project aims to empower rural communities in Kasese, Arua and Masindi Districts by adopting solar PV energy for use in households, public institutions including schools and health centres, as well as productive ventures.
Participation in tendering is open to international organisations and all natural persons who are nationals of, or legal persons, participating either individually or in a consortium, which is established in one of the member states of the European Union, African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of states (ACP) or in a country or territory authorised by the ACP-EC Partnership Agreement (Annex IV) under which this contract is financed.
All supplies under this contract must originate in one or more of these countries.
Specific procurement notices for contracts to be bid for will be published, as they become available, in UN Development Business, WWF website as well as local newspapers.
Interested eligible bidders who wish to be included on the mailing list to receive invitations to prequalify, or who wish to receive a copy of the tender invitation, or those requiring additional information, should make contact at the address below:
The Country Director,
Attention: Head Procurement Committee WWF Uganda Country Office Plot 2 Sturrock Road, Kololo
P. O Box 8758 Kampala,
The deadline for submission for the expression of interest is 17th November 2016 at 09:00am (local time).
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