Tenders

On this page, you will find links to tenders that are currently open for infrastructural projects.

Invest International uses TenderNed to issue invitations to tender for services, goods and/or works that we procure. If the services, goods and/or works are procured by a local government, a link to the relevant publication is published on this page.

Rwanda: Design and Build contract

The Government of Rwanda Launched the pre-qualification for the Design and Build contract for the construction of the ports of Karongi and Nkora at lake Kivu. The procuring entity is RTDA and the tender notice can be accessed here (PDF).

This project is co-financed by DRIVE. Other financiers are Trademark East Africa (TMEA) and the Government of Rwanda. Information about the tender can be found on the online e-procurement portal of the government of Rwanda: https://www.umucyo.gov.rw/. (Tender No. 000001/W/ICB/2021/2022/RTDA). You can submit via this portal.

Burkina Faso: Construction & Maintenance Works contract

The Government of Burkina Faso launched the tender notice for the Works contract for the construction of the district hospitals of Karangasso-Vigué and Lena (Tender No. N°2022-0006/MSHPBE/SG/DMP/ AMPC/PAASS-ME).

This project is co-financed by Invest International, The Netherlands for 50%, while the other 50% comes from a national counterpart (via support from the 11th FED of the EU). Information about the tender can be found on the online e-procurement portal DG Market: Notice No 48276899 The process of submission is described therein.

Bangladesh: Feasibility study urban resilience Khulna

On behalf of Government of Bangladesh and the Khulna City Cooperation, Invest International launched the tender for the service contract for the feasibility study leveraging flood protection for resilience in Khulna, Bangladesh (Tender No. TN 355575). The overall objectives of the infrastructure project, which is to be defined in detail by this D2B study, is ultimately to contribute to:

  • An increased resilience and climate adaptation of Khulna so that it continues to fulfil its position as a social, economic and cultural hub for the southwest coastal region;
  • Inclusive and sustainable growth of Khulna’s economy, with particular attention to its sizeable poor population;
  • Expansion and/or quality improvement of public infrastructure in a way that promotes entrepreneurship, productivity and employment opportunities; and lifts wages.

The specific objective of the project is to leverage a combination of measures to reduce peak discharges, surface runoff, flooding and water scarcity through an integrated approach for the Moyur river system and urban catchment area in Khulna and direct surroundings.
Information about the tender can be found on the online e-procurement. The process of submission is described therein.

Ethiopia: Supervision services contract

The Government of Ethiopia, represented by the Federal Ministry of Health (“MoH”), launched per 15 March 2022 the Request for Expression of Interest (“REOI”) for the Independent Supervision contract (“Contract”) for the Project ”Establishing Sustainable and Equitable Cardiac Care in Ethiopia” (“Project”).

The MoH as well as Invest International Public Programmes B.V., through the Development Related Infrastructure Investment Vehicle program (“DRIVE”), contribute financially to both the Project and the Supervision services contract.

Information on the REOI launched by the MoH can be accessed by clicking the following link: https://www.moh.gov.et/site/BID

Tanzania: Request for Expression of Interest for Consultancy Services for Studies for Integrated Solid Waste Management

The Government of the United Republic of Tanzania Launched the Request for Expression of Interest for Consultancy Services for Studies for Integrated Solid Waste Management in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania – a project financed by Invest International under the Develop2Build program. The objective of the D2B assignment is to improve the management of municipal solid waste by focusing on improving waste collection, transportation, sorting, and disposal. This is done by developing several studies and a multi-stakeholder planning process to assess the suitable solutions to solve the current waste challenges in Dar es Salaam.

The procuring entity is the Dar es Salaam City Council (DCC) and the tender notice and information about the tender can be accessed via https://www.taneps.go.tz/epps/cft/prepareViewCfTWS.do?resourceId=13578534