CONSTRUCTION OF TOILETS/LATRINES (SANITARY FACILITIES)
MERCY CORPS, an International Non-Governmental Humanitarian Organization is pleased to invite Service providers to submit bids for the upgrade & rehabilitation of water schemes in Biu, Kwaya Kusar & Shani LGAs, Borno State, Northeast – Nigeria under Small Town Wash Project. The Small-Town Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (STWASH) activity is a five-year, initiative funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), covering the states of Adamawa, Yobe, and Borno in Northeast Nigeria. The Activity is to support the sustainable improvements in access to basic water and sanitation that are necessary to facilitate ongoing recovery, peacebuilding, and economic development across the region. The goal of the program is to facilitate the economic recovery of some crisis-affected communities and bolster the capacity of the state governments in providing essential WASH services and creating and sustaining enabling environments for Small Towns Water Supply and Sanitation Agencies (STWSSAs) and Water Consumers Associations (WCAs) to operate effectively. The program has two broad components: expanded access to water and for sanitation facilities and strengthening capacity for small town water governance. Mercy Corps chooses to hold competitive process for the selection of companies/contractors who will implement our requirements. We believe that competitive bids are the only way to fairly select the best company for the job while ensuring good prices and preventing collaboration and corruption.