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Description of the assignment: Construction of a Dyke on Milore River in Nsanje District – ITB/MWI/004-2022.

Duration: Up to 120 days.

UNDP Malawi is inviting potential bidder to submit their bids for construction of a Dyke as stated above. A detailed Invitation to Bid (ITB) is available from the UNDP website at https://www.undp.org/malawi/procurement.

Offers must be submitted directly in the system following this link: http://supplier.quantum.partneragencies.org/ using the profile you may have in the portal. In case you have never registered before, follow the Supplier Portal Registration Link: https://bit.ly/3zyPeJc

Do not create a new profile if you already have one. Use the forgotten password feature in case you do not remember the password or the username from previous registration.

For more detailed information on the support registration, refer Quantum user guide for bidders, which can be accessed using this link:

https://www.undp.org/malawi/procurement

Incomplete ITB and failure to comply with ITB submission instruction may not be considered or may result in disqualification of ITB.

Completed ITB should be submitted using no later than 19th October 2022 (Malawi Time).

UNDP looks forward to receiving your ITB and thank you in advance for your interest in UNDP procurement opportunities. 

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