Achat de Systèmes d'Extraction Automatisés d'Acides Nucléiques
Veuillez trouver ci-dessous l’appel d’offre en anglais:
OPP-ERA Phase 2
Funded by UNITAID and implemented by a Consortium composed of Expertise France, the ANRS, Solthis and Sidaction, the OPP-ERA Project aims to improve the virological monitoring of people living with HIV/AIDS in developing countries by increasing access to HIV viral load testing through the use of Open Polyvalent Platforms (OPPs).
During its first Phase starting in 2013, seven laboratories have been equipped with “open polyvalent platforms” in three countries (Burundi, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Guinea). Since August 2014, when the laboratories started performing HIV viral loads, more than 30,000 tests have been performed thanks to the project. The project benefits from close collaboration with national authorities and is implemented in line with national HIV programs and strategies.
OPP-ERA Project Phase 2 builds on Phase 1 results and partnerships to increase access to VLT within existing sites through scaling up throughput of test in OPPs labs. It supports national health departments to scale up the Open Polyvalent Platform (OPP) VLT approach in new sites, including:
– an increased focus and investment in creating and increasing demand for services
– engaging with new vendors to ensure uninterrupted and sustainable supply to match demand
– an increased dissemination of project evidence
– increased engaging with global stakeholders to review project evidence and potential for scale-up the approach in order to achieve global targets.
For more information about Solthis visit www.solthis.org/en and the OPP-ERA Project http://opp-era.org/en/en/opp-era-project.
Instructions to bidders:
The Buyer requests bids in the aim of signing Long Term Agreements for the supply of the Equipment and Products
The present invitation to bid includes three (3) indivisible parts:
Part 1: Nucleic Acid Extractors
Part 2: After sales and maintenance services
Part 3: Nucleic Acid Extraction kits
The three (3) parts are to be delivered in Burundi, Cameroon, Côte d'Ivoire, Guinea.
Objective of the ITB:
The objective of the present ITB is to finalize Long Term Agreements (LTA) with vendors. An LTA is a framework of terms and conditions used for procuring goods or/and services for which there is a repetitive need, it is an arrangement entered into with a vendor to secure the supply of a product or/and a service over a period of time. An LTA is a non-binding arrangement which do not constitute a commitment to buy.
LTAs fix inter alia:
– product and services specifications, terms of reference,
– general provisions,
– the period of validity,
– the agreement documents,
– the prices and discount,
– delivery and freight conditions,
– purchase orders management.
Subsequent Purchase Orders (POs) will be issued under the LTAs.
Details of the ITB:
Please consult the details on the following weblink :
or download the ITB : here
Deadline for Application : September, 20th, 2017