Who We Are
Partners for Health and Development in Africa (PHDA) is a non-profit organization registered in Kenya, working in the health and development fields in Kenya and elsewhere in Africa. PHDA is affiliated with the University of Manitoba, building on its 35-year legacy of successful STI and HIV research, prevention, care and treatment programs in Kenya and Africa.
Our programmes are rooted in the programme science approach, which is defined as the systematic application of theoretical and empirical knowledge to optimise public health programmes’ scale, quality, and impact.
Headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya, with teams based in several counties of Kenya. Most of our research and programme delivery work is in Kenya. Through technical support and partnerships, we also work in 12 other African countries
Pre qualification of suppliers for supply/provision of goods/services/consultancy for the year 2023-2025
Partners for Health and Development in Africa (PHDA) invites applications from interested, eligible, capable firms and individuals for pre-qualification/registration as suppliers/providers of goods, services and consultancy for the year 2023 through 2025 in various categories.
Prequalification documents must be submitted in plain sealed envelopes clearly marked “Pre-qualification of suppliers 2023-2025, with category name and number”. They should be dropped in the Tender Box located at Fifth Ngong Avenue Offices Suites, 7th Floor Suite 9, Ngong road, Opposite Nairobi Area Traffic Police Station.
The documents, including the filled pre-qualification of suppliers questionnaire/form and other required documents, should be received on or before 21st December 2022 by 10.00 a.m.
- PREQUALIFICATION OF SUPPLIERS FOR SUPPLY/PROVISION OF GOODS/ SERVICES FOR THE YEAR 2023-2025
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