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					THE DELEGATION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION

THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF UGANDA

Ministry of Finance Planning & Economic Development Ministry of Education and Sports

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Developing Human Resources for Health (DHRH) Project 8 ACP UG 035

TENDER DOSSIER
Health Training Supplies

8th June 2009

LETTER OF INVITATION TO TENDER Kampala, 8th June 2009 ………………………………………………. ………………………………………………. ……………………………………………….

Our Reference: DHRH/CG/B Dear Sir/Madam, SUBJECT: INVITATION TO TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY OF; AUDIO-VISUAL AND OFFICE EQUIPMENT BOOKS AND ANATOMICAL MODELS MEDICAL EQUIPMENT AND FURNITURE INSTITUTIONAL FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT – LOT B.1 – LOT B.2 – LOT B.3 – LOT B.4

Further to your enquiry regarding the publication of the above-mentioned invitation to tender, please find enclosed the following documents, which constitute the tender dossier: A. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS........................................................................... 4 SUPPLIES TO BE PROVIDED ................................................................................. 4 TIME TABLE ............................................................................................................. 4 PARTICIPATION ....................................................................................................... 5 ORIGIN ....................................................................................................................... 6 TYPE OF CONTRACT .............................................................................................. 6 CURRENCY ............................................................................................................... 6 LOTS ........................................................................................................................... 6 PERIOD OF VALIDITY ............................................................................................ 7 LANGUAGE ............................................................................................................... 7 PRESENTATION OF TENDERS .............................................................................. 7 CONTENT OF TENDERS ......................................................................................... 8 PRICING ..................................................................................................................... 9 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION BEFORE THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION

OF TENDERS ..................................................................................................................... 10 14. CLARIFICATION MEETING / SITE VISIT .......................................................... 11

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15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. B.

ALTERATION OR WITHDRAWAL OF TENDERS ............................................. 11 COST OF PREPARING TENDERS ........................................................................ 11 OWNERSHIP OF TENDERS .................................................................................. 11 JOINT VENTURE OR CONSORTIUM .................................................................. 11 OPENING OF TENDERS ........................................................................................ 12 EVALUATION OF TENDERS ................................................................................ 13 SIGNING OF THE CONTRACT AND PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE ........... 14 TENDER GUARANTEE .......................................................................................... 15 ETHICS CLAUSES .................................................................................................. 15 CANCELLATION OF THE TENDER PROCEDURE............................................ 17 DRAFT CONTRACT AND SPECIAL CONDITIONS, INCLUDING ANNEXES 18

DRAFT CONTRACT ......................................................................................................... 19 SPECIAL CONDITIONS ................................................................................................... 22 ANNEX I: GENERAL CONDITIONS FOR SUPPLY CONTRACTS FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN DEVELOPMENT FUND................................................. 35 ANNEX II: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS ........................ 36 LOT B.1: LOT B.2: LOT B.3: LOT B.4: ANNEX III: AUDIO-VISUAL AND OFFICE EQUIPMENT .......................................... 37 BOOKS AND ANATOMICAL MODELS ................................................... 53 MEDICAL EQUIPMENT AND FURNITURE ............................................ 69 INSTITUTIONAL FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT ................................ 92 MODEL FINANCIAL BID / QUANTIFIED LIST OF SUPPLIES FOR PRICING .................................................................................................. 106 ANNEX IV: ANNEX V: ANNEX VI: C. MODEL PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE........................................... 115 MODEL ADVANCE GUARANTEE..................................................... 117 MODEL RETENTION GUARANTEE .................................................. 119

FURTHER INFORMATION ................................................................................... 121 GLOSSARY ...................................................................................................................... 121 ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLIANCE GRID ................................................................... 124 EVALUATION GRID ...................................................................................................... 125 FINANCIAL IDENTIFICATION FORM ........................................................................ 126 LEGAL IDENTIFICATION FORM ................................................................................. 128

D.

TENDER FORM FOR A SUPPLY CONTRACT ................................................... 130 MODEL TENDER GUARANTEE ................................................................................... 134

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For full information about procurement procedures please consult the Practical Guide to

Contract Procedures under the 9th European Development Fund, which can be downloaded from the following web page: http://ec.europa.eu/europeaid/work/procedures/implementation/practical_guide/index_en.htm

Any request for clarification must be received by the Project Office in writing at least 21 days before the deadline for submission of tenders (email: john@dhrh.go.ug), with a copy to the Contracting Authority (at NAO Support Unit, fax no. 041-4-342370). The Project Office will reply to tenderers' questions at least 11 days before the deadline for submission of tenders. If, either on its own initiative or in response to a request from a tenderer, the Project Office provides additional information on the tender dossier, it will send that information in writing to all tenderers at the same time. Costs incurred by the tenderer in preparing and submitting the tender proposals will not be reimbursed. We look forward to receiving your tender and the accompanying tender guarantee at the address specified in the Instructions to Tenderers before 15.00hrs on 22nd July 2009. If you decide not to submit a tender, we would be grateful if you could inform us in writing, stating the reasons for your decision. Yours sincerely,

Norman Ajiri Team Leader

cc: The Head of the EU Delegation in Uganda cc: The National Authorising Officer, EDF cc: The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education and Sports

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A.

INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS

PUBLICATION REFERENCE:

DHRH/CG/B

By submitting a tender, the tenderer accepts in full and without restriction the special and general conditions governing this contract as the sole basis of this tendering procedure, whatever his own conditions of sale may be, which he hereby waives. Tenderers are expected to examine carefully and comply with all instructions, forms, contract provisions and specifications contained in this tender dossier. Failure to submit a tender containing all the required information and documentation within the deadline specified will lead to the rejection of the tender. No account can be taken of any reservation in the tender as regards the tender dossier; any reservation will result in the immediate rejection of the tender without further evaluation. 1. 1.1 SUPPLIES TO BE PROVIDED The subject of the contract is the supply, delivery and relevant ancillary services by the Contractor of the following goods for 15 health training schools located across Uganda: Lot B.1: Audio-visual and office equipment Lot B.2: Books and anatomical models Lot B.3: Medical Equipment and Furniture Lot B.4: Institutional Furniture and Equipment The goods to be Delivered Duty Paid (DDP), and installed, tested, and user instructed at the 15 selected institutions (list included in Annex II/3 Delivery Completion Statement), within 120 days from the date of signing the contract. 1.2 The supplies must comply fully with the technical specifications of the tender dossier (Annex II/2 Technical Specifications & Requirements) and conform in all respects with the quantities, descriptions, models and other requirements. Tenderers are not authorised to tender for a variant in addition to the present tender. TIME TABLE Date 1st July 2009 11 July 2009 22nd July 2009 22 July 2009 5 October 2009 Signing of contract * 22 October 2009
nd th nd th

1.3 2.

time* 16.30hrs 16.30hrs 15.00hrs 15.15hrs

Deadline for requesting any clarification Last date on which clarifications can be issued Deadline for submission of tenders Tender opening session Notification of award to the successful tenderer

All times are in the time zone of the country of the Contracting Authority page 4

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PARTICIPATION Participation in tendering is open on equal terms to: Natural persons, companies or firms or public or semi-public agencies of the ACP States and the Member States, Co-operative societies and other legal persons governed by public or private law, of the Member States and/or the ACP States, and Joint ventures or groupings of companies or firms of ACP States and/or of Member States. These conditions apply to all nationals of the said states and to all legal entities, companies or partnerships constituted under, and governed by, the civil, commercial or public law of such states and having their statutory office, central administration or principal place of business there. A legal entity, company or partnership having only its statutory office there must be engaged in an activity which has an effective and continuous link with the economy of the state concerned. Tenderers must provide evidence of their status. These rules apply to: a) Tenderers b) Members of a consortium c) Sub-contractors. Natural or legal persons, companies or undertakings are not entitled to participate in this competitive tendering or to be awarded a contract if they are in any of the situations listed in Section 2.3.3 (a-i) of the Practical Guide. Tenderers or candidates found guilty of making false declarations are also liable to financial penalties representing 10% of the total value of the contract being awarded. That rate may be increased to 20% in the event of a repeat offence within five years of the first infringement. To be eligible for participation in this tender procedure, tenderers must prove to the satisfaction of the contracting authority that they comply with the necessary legal, technical and financial requirements and have the wherewithal to carry out the contract effectively.

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ORIGIN Save where otherwise provided in the Special Conditions, all supplies purchased under a supply contract must originate in the Community and/or the ACP States. In this context, the definition of the concept of "originating products" shall be assessed by reference to the relevant international agreements, especially Protocol 1 included in Annex V of the ACP-EU Partnership Agreement, and supplies originating in the Community shall include supplies originating in the Overseas Countries, Territories and Departments. When submitting his tender, the tenderer must state expressly that all the goods meet the requirements concerning origin and must state the respective countries of origin. He may be asked to provide additional information in this connection. Contractors must present a certificate of origin to the contracting authority when bringing supplies into the ACP State, when provisional acceptance of the supplies takes place or when the first invoice is presented. Which of these options is to apply shall be specified in the contract concerned. Certificates of origin must be made out by the competent authorities of country of origin of the supplies or supplier and comply with the international agreements to which that country is a signatory.

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TYPE OF CONTRACT The contract is a unit-price based contract. CURRENCY Tenders, including unit prices, must be presented in Euros. Offers made in other currencies shall be rejected. LOTS The tenders for Lots B1, B2, B3 and B4 are separate and indivisible. A tenderer may submit a tender for one or more of the lots advertised – offers for separate lots can be combined into one tender submission. Quantities indicated for the different lots will remain indivisible. The tenderer must offer the whole of the quantity or quantities indicated for each lot. Under no circumstances must tenders for part of the quantities required be taken into consideration. If the tenderer is awarded more than one lot, a single contract may be concluded covering all those lots.

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A tenderer may include in his tender the overall discount he would grant in the event of some or all of the lots for which he has submitted a tender being awarded. The discount should be clearly indicated for each lot in such a way that it can be announced during the public tender opening session. Tenders must be for the entirety of the quantities indicated. The contract shall be awarded lot by lot, but the contracting authority may choose the most favourable overall solution after taking account of any discounts granted. PERIOD OF VALIDITY Tenderers shall be bound by their tenders for a period of 90 days from the deadline for the submission of tenders. In exceptional circumstances and prior to the expiry of the original tender validity period, the Contracting Authority may ask tenderers in writing for an extension of this period of 40 days. Tenderers that agree to do so will not be permitted to modify their tenders. If they refuse, their participation in the tender procedure will be terminated. The successful tenderer will be bound by his tender for a further period of 60 days following receipt of the notification that he has been selected. LANGUAGE The tender and all correspondence and documents related to the tender exchanged by the tenderer and the Contracting Authority must be written in the language of the procedure, which is the English language. Supporting documents and printed literature furnished by the tenderer may be in another language, provided they are accompanied by an accurate translation into the language of the procedure. For the purposes of interpretation of the tender, the language of the procedure will prevail. PRESENTATION OF TENDERS Tenders must be received before the deadline specified in the letter of invitation to tender. They must include the Tender submission form in part D of this tender dossier and be sent to the following address: Team Leader, Developing Human Resources for Health (DHRH) Project, Development House, Parliament Avenue, 3rd Floor Room 3.17, P.O. Box 10610, Kampala Tel: +256-41-4-230494

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Tenders must comply with the following conditions: 10.1 All tenders must be submitted in one (1) original, marked “original”, and two (2) copies signed in the same way as the original and marked “copy”. All tenders must be received at the above address before the deadline date and time indicated in the Letter of Invitation to Tender, by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt, or hand-delivered against receipt signed by the Team Leader DHRH or his representative. Technical tenders and financial bids, including annexes and any accompanying documents, must be placed in separate sealed envelopes within a package or outer envelope bearing: a) b) c) d) the above address; the reference code of this tender procedure, (i.e. the publication reference); where applicable, the number of the lot(s) tendered for; the words “Not to be opened before the tender opening session” in the language of the tender dossier and <equivalent phrase in the local language>.

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CONTENT OF TENDERS

All tenders submitted must comply with the requirements in the tender dossier and comprise: 11.1 A technical bid consisting of a detailed description of the supplies and related delivery/installation/testing/training services tendered in conformity with the technical specifications, including any documentation required. The technical bid should also describe the availability of local after sales services in Uganda. A financial bid for the supplies and services tendered, calculated on basis of Delivered Duty Paid (DDP), comprising the completed Model Financial Bid / Quantified List of Supplies and Related Services for Pricing (Part B: Annex III). The details of the bank account into which payments should be made (Part C: Financial Identification Form). A statement by the tenderer attesting the origin of the supplies and related services tendered (or other proof of origin). A duly authorised signature (power of attorney), providing proof that the tender's signatory is authorised to act in tender and contractual matters on behalf of the supplier and/or support service provider. In addition, the tenderer’s legal details are to be provided as required (Part C: Legal Identification Form) A description of the commercial warranty tendered, to be indicated for each of the items listed in Annex II / Technical Specifications and Requirements. The tender guarantee(s), for the fixed amount as indicated in the notice of invitation to tender must be provided according to the model annexed to the tender dossier (Part D), clearly indicating the Lot(s) for which the tender guarantee(s) is provided. page 8

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Tenderers are not authorised to tender for a variant in addition to the present tender. One electronic version of the financial bid. Documentation related to the tenderer’s eligibility, capability, and relevant experience, including: a) b) Completed, signed and stamped Tender Form for Supply Contract (Part D) A sworn statement declaring that the tenderer is not in any of the situations listed in Section 2.3.3 of the Practical Guide to Contract Procedures under the 9th European Development Fund. Certificate of Chamber of Commerce dated less than 90 days before the deadline for submission of tenders (or equivalent documents from relevant departments in the tenderer’s country of establishment e.g. for Uganda; certificates of incorporation/registration, income tax clearance, VAT registration, trading licence and audited accounts). Experience/capacity statement, comprising: (i) Track record of contracts for the supply of either or a combination of the supplies listed under 1.1 above, within the last 5 years as applicable, complete with on-site installation, testing, and user-instruction. Sample supply packages shall be of relevant composition and minimum contract value shall be Euros 80,000 or the equivalent at relevant contract signature. (ii) Description of experience and capacity in the field of relevant delivery to locations of comparable remoteness and installation logistics, destinationspecific packing, labelling, and (if applicable) international transport and clearing. (iii) Annual audited accounts for the last three years.

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PRICING Tenderers will be deemed to have satisfied themselves, before submitting their tender, as to its correctness and completeness, and to have taken account of all that is required for the full and proper performance of the contract and to have included all costs in his rates and prices. Depending on whether the supplies proposed are manufactured locally or are to be imported into the country of the Contracting Authority, tenderers must quote, by lot, unit and overall prices for their tenders on one of the following bases: a) For supplies manufactured locally and services provided by local service providers, the unit and overall prices must be quoted for delivery to/at the place of destination (based on DDP as per Incoterms 2000) and in accordance with the above conditions, excluding all domestic taxation applicable to their manufacture.

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b) For supplies and services to be imported into the country of the Contracting Authority, unit and overall prices must be quoted for delivery to/at the place of destination (based on DDP as per Incoterms 2000) and in accordance with the above conditions, excluding duties and taxes applicable to their importation and VAT. 12.3 The tax and customs rules applicable to the supplies shall be those set out in Articles 308 and 309 of the revised Lome IV Convention. The prices for the contract are fixed and not subject to revision. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SUBMISSION OF TENDERS BEFORE THE DEADLINE FOR

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The tender dossier should be clear enough to preclude the need for candidates invited to tender to request additional information during the procedure. If the Contracting Authority, either on its own initiative or in response to the request(s) of (a) prospective tenderer(s), provides additional information on the tender dossier, it shall send such information in writing to all prospective tenderers at the same time. Tenderers may submit questions in writing to the following address up to 21 days before the deadline for submission of tenders, specifying publication reference and contract title: The Project Officer, Developing Human Resources for Health (DHRH) Project, Development House, Parliament Avenue, 3rd Floor Room 3.17, P.O. Box 10610, Kampala Tel: +256-41-4-230494 E-mail: john@dhrh.go.ug Any request for clarifications must be simultaneously copied to the following address: National Authorising Officer for the EDF Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development Plot 2-12, Sir Apollo Kaggwa Road Ministry of Finance Building, 4th Floor Aid Liaison Department, Office 4.11 P.O. Box 8147 Kampala, Uganda Any clarification of the tender dossier will be communicated simultaneously in writing to all prospective tenderers not later than 11 days before the deadline for submission of tenders. No further clarification will be provided after this date. Any prospective tenderer seeking to arrange individual meeting(s) with either the Contracting Authority and/or the European Commission during the tender period may be excluded from the tender procedure.

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CLARIFICATION MEETING / SITE VISIT No clarification meeting or site visit is planned.

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ALTERATION OR WITHDRAWAL OF TENDERS Tenderers may alter or withdraw their tenders by written notification prior to the deadline for submission of tenders referred to in Article 10. No tender may be altered after this deadline. Withdrawals shall be unconditional and shall end all participation in the tendering procedure. Any notification of alteration or withdrawal shall be prepared and submitted in accordance with Article 10. The outer envelope must be marked 'Alteration' or 'Withdrawal' as appropriate. No tender may be withdrawn between the deadline for submission of tenders referred to in Article 10 and the expiry of the tender validity period. Withdrawal of a tender during this interval may result in forfeiture of the tender guarantee. COST OF PREPARING TENDERS Costs incurred by the tenderer in preparing and submitting the tender, are not reimbursable. All such cost(s) shall be borne by the tenderer.

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OWNERSHIP OF TENDERS The Contracting Authority retains ownership of all tenders received under this tender procedure. Consequently, tenderers have no right to have their tenders returned to them.

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JOINT VENTURE OR CONSORTIUM If a tenderer is a joint venture or consortium of two or more persons, the tender must be single with the object of securing a single contract; each person must sign the tender and shall be jointly and severally liable for the tender and any contract. Those persons shall designate one of them to act as leader with authority to bind the joint venture or consortium. The composition of the joint venture or consortium must not be altered without the prior consent in writing of the Contracting Authority. The tender may be signed by the representative of the joint venture or consortium only if he has been expressly so authorised in writing by the members of the joint venture or consortium, and the authorising contract, notary act or deed must be submitted to the Contracting Authority within the 30 days following the award of the contract.

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All signatures to the authorising instrument must be certified in accordance with the national laws and regulations of each party comprising the joint venture or consortium together with the powers of attorney establishing, in writing, that the signatories to the tender are empowered to enter into commitments on behalf of the members of the joint venture or consortium. Each member of such joint venture or consortium must provide the proof required under Article 3.5 as if it, itself, were the tenderer. 19. 19.1 OPENING OF TENDERS The opening and examination of tenders is for the purpose of checking whether the tenders are complete, whether the requisite tender guarantees have been furnished, whether the documents have been properly signed and whether the tenders are generally in order. The committee, appointed for the purpose, will open the tenders in public session on 22 July 2009 at 15.15 hrs, in the Ministry of Education and Sports Boardroom, 1st Floor – Development House, Parliament Avenue, Kampala by. The committee will draw up minutes of the meeting, which will be available on request. At the tender opening, the tenderers' names, the tender prices, any discount offered, written notifications of modification and withdrawal, the presence of the requisite tender guarantee and such other information as the Contracting Authority may consider appropriate must be announced. After the public opening of the tenders, no information relating to the examination, clarification, evaluation and comparison of tenders, or recommendations concerning the award of the contract can be disclosed. In the interests of transparency and equal treatment and without being able to modify their tenders, tenderers may be required, at the sole written request of the evaluation committee, to provide clarifications within 48 hours. Any such request for clarification must not seek the correction of formal errors or of major restrictions affecting performance of the contract or distorting competition. Any attempt by a tenderer to influence the evaluation committee in the process of examination, clarification, evaluation and comparison of tenders, to obtain information on how the procedure is progressing or to influence the Contracting Authority in its decision concerning the award of the contract will result in the immediate rejection of his tender. The Contracting Authority will keep all tenders received after the deadline for submission, which is specified in the Instructions to Tenderers. The associated guarantees may be returned to the tenderers on request. No liability can be accepted for late delivery of tenders. Late tenders will be rejected and will not be evaluated.

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EVALUATION OF TENDERS Examination of the administrative conformity of tenders The examination of the eligibility and administrative conformity of the tenders shall be as per requirements stipulated in Article 11.10 of these Instructions to Tenderers. The aim at this stage is to check that tenders comply with the essential requirements of the tender dossier. A tender is deemed to comply if it satisfies all the conditions, procedures and specifications in the tender dossier without substantially departing from or attaching restrictions to them. Substantial departures or restrictions are those, which would affect the scope, quality or implementation of the contract, differ widely from the terms of the tender dossier, limit the rights of the Contracting Authority or the tenderer's obligations under the contract, or distort competition for tenderers whose tenders do comply. Decisions to the effect that a tender is not eligible or administratively compliant must be duly justified in the evaluation minutes. If a tender does not comply with the tender dossier, it will be rejected immediately and may not subsequently be made to comply by correcting it or withdrawing the departure or restriction.

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Technical evaluation; After analysing the tenders deemed to comply in administrative terms, the evaluation committee will rule on the technical compliance of each tender, classifying it as technically compliant or non-compliant.

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To facilitate the examination, evaluation and comparison of tenders, the evaluation committee may ask each tenderer individually for clarification of his tender, including breakdowns of prices. The request for clarification and the response must be in writing only, but no change in the price or substance of the tender may be sought, offered or permitted except as required to confirm the correction of arithmetical errors discovered during the evaluation of tenders pursuant to Article 20.3. Decisions to the effect that a tender is not (fully) technically compliant must be duly justified in the evaluation minutes. Financial evaluation a) Tenders found to be technically compliant shall be checked for any arithmetical errors in computation and summation. Errors will be corrected by the evaluation committee as follows: where there is a discrepancy between amounts in figures and in words, the amount in words will be prevail; except for lump-sum contracts, where there is a discrepancy between a unit price and the total amount derived from the multiplication of the unit price and the quantity, the unit price as quoted will prevail.

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Amounts corrected in this way will be binding on the tenderer. If the tenderer does not accept them, his tender will be rejected.

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Variant solutions: These are not permitted

20.6

Award criteria;

For supply contracts with or without a service component, the sole award criterion is the price. Consequently, the contract will be awarded to the lowest compliant tender. Furthermore, tenderers of ACP States, who offer supplies of at least 50% in contract value of ACP origin, shall be accorded a 15% price preference where tenders of equivalent economic, technical and administrative quality are compared. Moreover, where two tenders are acknowledged to be equivalent, preference shall be given: (a) to the tenderer of an ACP State; or (b) if no such tender is forthcoming, to the tenderer who: Permits the best possible use of the physical and human resources of the ACP States Offers the greatest subcontracting possibilities to ACP companies, firms or natural persons, or Is a consortium of natural persons, companies and firms from ACP States and/or the Community. SIGNING OF THE CONTRACT AND PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE Within 30 days of receipt of the contract, which is signed by the Contracting Authority, the selected tenderer shall sign and date the contract and return it to the Contracting Authority with the Performance Guarantee for ten (10) percent of the contract price. On signing the contract, the successful tenderer will become the Contractor and the contract will enter into force. If he fails to sign and return the contract and any financial guarantee required within 30 days after receipt of the contract, which is signed by the Contracting Authority, the Contracting Authority may consider the acceptance of the tender to be cancelled without prejudice to the Contracting Authority's right to seize the tender guarantee, claim compensation, or pursue any other remedy in respect of such failure, and the successful tenderer will have no claim whatsoever on the Contracting Authority. The performance guarantee referred to in the General Conditions is set at ten (10) percent of the amount of the contract and must be presented in the form specified in Part B : Annex IV of this tender dossier. It will be released within 30 days of the issue of the final acceptance certificate referred to in Article 33 of the General Conditions.

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TENDER GUARANTEE The tender guarantees for Lots B.1, B2, B3 and B4 referred to in Article 11 of the Instructions to Tenderers, are set at Euro 4,000, Euro 2,500, Euro 4,000 and Euro 3,500 respectively or the equivalent value in the currency of the country of the tenderer’s establishment, calculated at the exchange rate valid for the month preceding the month of the deadline for submissions of tenders, and must be presented in the form specified in Part D of this tender dossier. In case a contract has not been awarded for any of the lots by the end of the original tender validity period (90 days), the guarantee(s) must be extended to remain valid for a further 90 days. Tender guarantees provided by tenderers who have not been selected for award of contract shall be released not later than 60 days after the signing of the contract. The tender guarantee of the successful tenderer shall be released on the signing of the contract, once the performance guarantee has been submitted.

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ETHICS CLAUSES Any attempt by a candidate or tenderer to obtain confidential information, enter into unlawful agreements with competitors or influence the committee or the contracting authority during the process of examining, clarifying, evaluating and comparing tenders will lead to the rejection of its candidacy or tender and may result in administrative penalties. Without the Contracting Authority's prior written authorisation, a Contractor and his staff or any other company with which the Contractor is associated or linked may not, even on an ancillary or subcontracting basis, supply other services, carry out works or supply equipment for the project. This prohibition also applies to any other projects that could, owing to the nature of the contract, give rise to a conflict of interest on the part of the Contractor. When putting forward a candidacy or tender, the candidate or tenderer must declare that he is affected by no potential conflict of interest and has no particular link with other tenderers or parties involved in the project. Should such a situation arise during performance of the contract, the Contractor must immediately inform the Contracting Authority. The Contractor must, at all times, act impartially and as a faithful adviser in accordance with the code of conduct of his profession. He must refrain from making public statements about the project or services without the Contracting Authority's prior approval. He may not commit the Contracting Authority in any way without its prior written consent. For the duration of the contract the Contractor and his staff must respect human rights and undertake not to offend the political, cultural and religious mores of the beneficiary state.

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The Contractor may accept no payment connected with the contract other than that provided for therein. The Contractor and his staff must not exercise any activity or receive any advantage inconsistent with their obligations to the contracting authority. The Contractor and his staff are obliged to maintain professional secrecy for the entire duration of the contract and after its completion. All reports and documents drawn up or received by the Contractor are confidential. The contract shall govern the Contracting Parties' use of all reports and documents drawn up, received or presented by them during the execution of the contract. The Contractor must refrain from any relationship likely to compromise his independence or that of his staff. If the supplier ceases to be independent, the Contracting Authority may, for any injury it suffers as a result, terminate the contract without further notice and without the supplier having any claim to compensation. The Commission reserves the right to suspend or cancel project financing if corrupt practices of any kind are discovered at any stage of the award process and if the Contracting Authority fails to take all appropriate measures to remedy the situation. For the purposes of this provision, "corrupt practices" are the offer of a bribe, gift, gratuity or commission to any person as an inducement or reward for performing or refraining from any act relating to the award of a contract or implementation of a contract already concluded with the Contracting Authority. Any tender will be rejected or contract terminated if it emerges that the award or execution of a contract has given rise to unusual commercial expenses. Such unusual commercial expenses are commissions not mentioned in the main contract or not stemming from a properly concluded contract referring to the main contract, commissions not paid in return for any actual and legitimate service, commissions remitted to a tax haven, commissions paid to a recipient who is not clearly identified or commissions paid to a company which has every appearance of being a front company. The Contractor must undertake to supply the Commission on request with all supporting documents relating to the conditions of the contract's execution. The Commission may carry out whatever documentary or on-the-spot checks it deems necessary to find evidence in cases of suspected unusual commercial expenses. Contractors found to have paid unusual commercial expenses on projects funded by the Community are liable, depending on the seriousness of the facts observed, to have their contracts terminated or to be permanently excluded from receiving Community funds.

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CANCELLATION OF THE TENDER PROCEDURE In the event of cancellation of the tender procedure, the Contracting Authority will notify the tenderers of the cancellation. If the tender procedure is cancelled before the outer envelope of any tender has been opened, the sealed envelopes shall be returned, unopened, to the tenderers. Cancellation may occur where:  The tender procedure has been unsuccessful, i.e. where no qualitatively or financially worthwhile tender has been received or there has been no response at all.  The economic or technical parameters of the project have been fundamentally altered.  Exceptional circumstances or force majeure render normal performance of the project impossible.  All technically compliant tenders exceed the financial resources available.  There have been irregularities in the procedure, in particular where these have prevented fair competition. In no event shall the Contracting Authority be liable for any damages whatsoever including, without limitation, damages for loss of profits, in any way connected with the cancellation of a tender even if the Contracting Authority has been advised of the possibility of damages. The publication of a procurement notice does not commit the Contracting Authority to implement the programme or project announced.

24.2

24.3

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B.

DRAFT CONTRACT & SPECIAL CONDITIONS, INCLUDING ANNEXES

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DRAFT CONTRACT

National Authorising Officer for the EDF Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development Plot 2-12, Sir Apollo Kaggwa Road Ministry of Finance Building, 4th Floor Aid Liaison Department, Office 4.11 P.O. Box 8147 Kampala, Uganda ("the Contracting Authority"), of the one part, and <name of contractor to be inserted at the time of award of contract> (“the Contractor”) of the other, have agreed as follows: CONTRACT TITLE: IDENTIFICATION NO: Article 1. 1.1 Subject Lot B – Contract for Priority Health Training Supplies at 15 Health Training Schools located across Uganda

DHRH/CG/B

The subject of the contract shall be the supply, delivery and relevant ancillary services by the Contractor of the following goods at 15 health training schools located across Uganda: <Lot B.1: <Lot B.2: <Lot B.3: <Lot B.4: Audio-visual and office equipment> Books and anatomical models> Medical Equipment and Furniture> Institutional Furniture and Equipment>

The goods shall be Delivered Duty Paid (DDP), and installed, tested, and user instructed, at the15 selected institutions (list included in Annex II/3 Delivery Completion Statement) throughout Uganda within 120 days from the date of signing the contract, under Incoterms 2000 / DDP conditions, by the Contractor. 1.2 The Contractor shall comply strictly with the terms of the Special Conditions and the technical annex (Part B: Annex II / Technical Specifications). No variants shall be accepted. page 19

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1.3 The supplies, which form the subject of the contract for each lot, must be accompanied by consumables, if so indicated in the specifications, which are included in Annex II / Technical Specifications, and which user-requirements are described in Annex III / Model Financial Bid – Quantified List of Supplies, as attached to this contract. 1.4 The place of acceptance of the supplies shall be the places of delivery, installation, testing, and user-instruction (15 health training schools across Uganda), the time limit shall be 120 days from the date of the signing of the contract, and the Incoterm1 applicable shall be DDP (Delivered Duty Paid). Article 2. Origin

All supplies must originate in the Community and/or the ACP States. Contractors must present a certificate of origin to the Contracting Authority, when provisional acceptance of the supplies takes place. Failure to comply with this condition may result in the termination of the contract. The definition of the concept of "originating products" shall be assessed by reference to the relevant international agreements. Article 3. Price

3.1 The price of the supplies shall be that shown on the financial bid (specimen in Annex III). The total contract price shall be shown in Euro. The EDF contribution of the price shall be the tax/duty exclusive amount. The Project Supervisor shall pay the taxes and duties. 3.2 The price referred to in Article 3.1 above shall be the sole remuneration owed by the Contracting Authority and the Project Supervisor to the Contractor under the contract. It shall be firm and shall not be subject to revision. 3.3 Payments shall be made in accordance with the General Conditions and Special Conditions. Order of Precedence of Contract Documents

Article 4.

The contract is made up of the following documents, in order of precedence:      The Contract Agreement; The Special Conditions, including the technical annex (Part B - Annex II / Technical Specifications and Requirements); The Contractor's tender, including Part B - Annex II / Technical Specifications and Requirements and Part B – Annex III / Model Financial Bid and Quantified List of Supplies for Pricing; The General Conditions (Part B - Annex I); All other contents of the tender dossier.

The various documents making up the contract shall be deemed to be mutually explanatory; in cases of ambiguity/divergence, they shall be read in the order in which they appear above.
1

Incoterms 2000, International Chamber of Commerce

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Article 5.

Communications

Any written communication relating to this contract between the Contracting Authority and/or the Project Supervisor, on the one hand, and the Contractor on the other must state the contract title, the tender identification number and must be sent by post, fax, e-mail or by hand following the procedures set out in Article 4 of the Special Conditions. Done in English in four original copies.
Read and Accepted:
FOR THE CONTRACTOR: …………………………………………….. Name:

Read and Agreed:

FOR THE SUPERVISOR: MINISTRY OF EDUCATION & SPORTS Name:

Position: Signature & Seal: Date:

Position: Signature & Seal: Date:

Read and Agreed:
FOR THE CONTRACTING AUTHORITY: NATIONAL AUTHORISING OFFICER, EDF Name:

Witnessed by:
TEAM LEADER: DEVELOPING HUMAN RESOURCES FOR HEALTH PROJECT Name:

Position: Signature & Seal: Date:

Position: Signature & Seal: Date:

Endorsed for Financing:
Name:

THE HEAD OF DELEGATION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION TO UGANDA

Position: Signature & Seal: Date:

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SPECIAL CONDITIONS

CONTENTS These conditions amplify and supplement the General Conditions where necessary. Unless the Special Conditions provide otherwise, the General Conditions referred to above remain fully applicable. The numbering of the Articles of the Special Conditions is not consecutive but follows the numbering of the Articles of the General Conditions. In exceptional cases, and with the authorisation of the competent Commission departments, other clauses may be introduced to cover special situations. For convenience the General Conditions and the Special Conditions are referred to in what follows as GC and SC respectively. Page Article 1. Definitions 23 Article 2. Law Applicable and Language of the Contract 23 Article 3. Order of Precedence of Contract Documents 23 Article 4. Communications 24 Article 11. Performance Guarantee 24 Article 12. Insurance 24 Article 13. Performance Programme 24 Article 15. Contractor’s Drawings 24 Article 16. Sufficiency of Tender Prices 25 Article 17. Patents and Licences 25 Article 18. Commencement Order 25 Article 19. Period of Performance 25 Article 21. Delays in Performance 25 Article 22. Modifications 25 Article 24. Quality of Supplies 25 Article 25. Inspection and Testing 26 Article 26. Ownership of the Supplies 26 Article 27. General Payment Principles 26 Article 29. Advances 27 Article 31. Revision of Prices 28 Article 35. Delayed Payments 28 Article 37. Delivery 28 Article 39. Provisional Acceptance 30 Article 40. Warranty 31 Article 41. After-Sales Service 31 Article 42. Final Acceptance 31 Article 43. Breach of Contract 31 Article 44. Termination by the Contracting Authority 31 Article 45. Termination by the Contractor 31 Article 48. Dispute Settlement 31 Article 49. Ethics Clauses 32 Article 50. Administrative and Financial Penalties 32 Article 51. Checks and Audits by Community Bodies 33 Article 52. Visibility 34

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Article 1. 1.1

Definitions

Agreements: Supply, delivery, installation, and testing of, and user-training/instruction for: Priority health training supplies for 15 health training schools located across Uganda Contracting Authority: National Authorising Officer for the EDF Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development P.O. Box 8147 , Kampala UGANDA State of Contracting Authority: Republic of Uganda Project Supervisor: The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education and Sports, P.O. Box 7063 , Kampala UGANDA Project Supervisor's Representative: The Team Leader, Developing Human Resources for Health (DHRH) Project P.O. Box 10610, Kampala UGANDA National currency: Uganda Shilling (UGX)

Article 2. 2.1 2.3

Law Applicable and Language of the Contract

Ugandan law shall apply in all matters not covered by the provisions of this contract. The language used shall be English. Order of Precedence of Contract Documents

Article 3.

The following documents shall be deemed to form, be read, and be construed as part of this contract, in the following order of precedence:       The Contract Agreement; The Special Conditions, including the technical annex (Part B - Annex II / Technical Specifications); The Contractor's tender, including annexes (Part B - Annex II / Technical Specifications); Part B – Annex III / Financial Bid and Quantified List of Supplies for Pricing; The General Conditions (Part B - Annex I); All other contents of the tender dossier.

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Article 4.

Communications

Communication, as listed in the GC, between the Contracting Authority/Supervisor on the one hand and the Contractor on the other hand shall use the following contact details: For all contractual and procedural communication: National Authorising Officer for the EDF Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development Plot 2-12, Sir Apollo Kaggwa Road Ministry of Finance Building, 4th Floor Aid Liaison Department, Office 4.11 P.O. Box 8147 Kampala, Uganda Tel:+256.41.4.342367 Fax: +256.41.4.342370 Solely for communication related to technical aspects of the supplies involved: The Team Leader, Developing Human Resources for Health (DHRH) Project, Development House, Parliament Avenue, 3rd Floor Room 3.17, P.O. Box 10610, Kampala Tel: +256-41-4-230494 Email: john@dhrh.go.ug Article 11. Performance Guarantee

11.1 The amount of the performance guarantee is set at 10% of the EDF component of the contract price, including any amounts stipulated in addenda to the contract, as reflected in Part B – Annex IV / Model Performance Guarantee. Article 12. Insurance

All goods supplied and delivered under the contract shall be fully insured as provided for in the GC Article 12 and Article 37.8 Article 13. Performance Programme

13.1 The Contractor shall comply with the Supply Delivery Completion Statement (Part B – Annex II / Technical Specifications), as offered by the Contractor in accordance with the delivery time limits set for the contract, and agreed with the Contracting Authority, including possible amendments agreed at the time of the signing of the contract. Article 15 Contractor's drawings 15.1 The Contractor is required to submit all drawings, documents, samples and/or models to the Project Supervisor for approval within 15 days from the date of signing of the contract. 15.7 The manuals and drawings shall be in the language of the contract, which is the English Language, and shall be in the form prescribed by the manufacturer of the supplies.
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Article 16

Sufficiency of Tender Prices

16.1 The Contractor shall be deemed to have included any necessary training of the Contracting Authority’s personnel and/or the management of the Health Training Institutions (HTI) in his rates and prices of the supplies. Article 17 Patents and licences

Derogation from Article 17 of the GC will not be permitted. Article 18. 18.1 Commencement Order

The Contract shall enter into force on the date of its signature by the Contractor. Performance of the contract shall commence on the date the contract enters into force. Period of Performance

Article 19. 19.1

The performance period is a maximum of one hundred and twenty (120) calendar days from the commencement date of the contract. Delays in Performance

Article 21. 21.1

The liquidated damages per calendar day shall be set at 1/1000 (one thousandth) of the value of the contract per day of delay or, if the contract is sub-divided into phases/lots, of the phase/lot concerned up to 30% (thirty per cent) of the total contract price. Modifications

Article 22. 22.1

The Contracting Authority reserves the right, at the time of contracting, to vary the quantities specified for each lot(s). The total value of the supplies may not rise or fall as a result of the variation in the quantities by more than 15 % of the contract price. The unit prices used in the tender shall be applicable to the quantities procured under the variation. Contractual variations not covered by an administrative order must be formalised through an addendum to the contract signed by all parties. Changes of address or bank account may simply be notified in writing by the Contractor to the Contracting Authority. All contract modifications have to respect the general principles defined in the Practical Guide to Contract Procedures under the 9th European Development Fund.

22.8

Article 24. 24.2

Quality of Supplies

Preliminary technical acceptance is not applicable.

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Article 25. 25.2

Inspection and Testing

The Supervisor, on behalf of the Contracting Authority, reserves the right to inspect and test components, materials and/or workmanship during the installation of the supplies at the places of acceptance, as listed in Annex II.3 / Delivery Completion Statement. Ownership of the supplies

Article 26 26.1

Ownership of the supplies shall be vested in the Contracting Authority upon
Provisional Acceptance at the place of destination.

Article 27. 27.1

General Payment Principles

Payments shall be made in Euro on the basis of the Contractor’s invoices.

The administrative and technical conditions applying to the payment of the advance, interim and final payment for the supplies are provided in the respective SC articles (Article 29 for Advances, Article 32 for Interim Payments, and Article 33 for Final Statement of Account). All the Contractor’s invoices shall include the names, catalogue numbers, quantity, unit price and total price of all items included and shall be submitted in one (1) original and three (3) copies. Invoices for the EDF contribution amounts shall be addressed to the Contracting Authority. The Contractor shall prepare separate invoices for the VAT component amounts in the national currency addressed to the Project Supervising Authority. All invoices shall be submitted to the Project Supervisor’s Representative, for forwarding to the National Authorising Officer (NAO) for the EDF and Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education and Sports (PS/MoES) respectively. Following authorisations for the EDF component by the NAO, payments will be made by: The Delegation of the European Commission in Uganda Crested Towers Building, 15th floor P.O. Box 5244, Kampala UGANDA Tel: +256.41.4.701000 Where invoices are presented to the Project Supervisor’s Representative, the Contractor must inform the European Commission thereof by sending a copy of the correspondence to the Delegation of the European Commission in Uganda (contact details given above). 27.2 Payments shall be made in the following instalments:

a) Sixty (60) percent of the EDF component of the contract price after conclusion of the contract, against provision of the performance guarantee and a security guaranteeing repayment in full of the amount of this payment, as provided in Article 29.3 of the General Conditions. The security shall be released within 60 days of the Provisional Acceptance of the supplies.

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b) Thirty (30) percent of the contract price after Provisional Acceptance of the goods part of the supplies and receipt of the Provisional Acceptance Certificate (see GC Article 39). c) Ten (10) percent of the contract price upon expiry and satisfactory completion of the 365 days warranty period and receipt of the Final Acceptance Certificate (see GC Article 42). However, the payment of 10% may, if the Contractor so wishes be made at the same time as the 30% instalment referred to in point b) if the Contractor provides a security guaranteeing repayment of the full amount of the 10% as provided in Article 30.2 of the GC. The security shall be released unconditionally within 90 days of the Final Acceptance of the supplies. 27.3 The European Community’s liability for payments under this contract shall end no later than 18 months after the end of the period of performance. 27.4 The Contractor undertakes to repay to the Contracting Authority any amounts he has been paid in excess of the final amount due no later than 90 days after the Contracting Authority requests such repayment. If he fails to repay those amounts by that deadline, the Contracting Authority may - unless the Contractor is an administration or public body of a Member State of the Community - add late-payment interest to the amounts due as follows: At the rediscount rate applied by the issuing institution of the country of the Contracting Authority where payments are in the currency of the country of the Contracting Authority. At the rate applied by the European Central Bank to its main refinancing transactions in Euros where payments are in Euros. On the first day of the month in which the deadline expired, plus seven percentage points.

-

The late-payment interest shall apply to the time, which elapses between the deadline set by the Contracting Authority, exclusive, and the date of actual payment, inclusive. Any partial payment shall first cover the interest thus established. Amounts to be repaid to the Contracting Authority may be offset against amounts of any kind due to the Contractor. This shall not affect the Parties' right to agree on payment in instalments. Bank charges involved in the repayment of sums due to the Contracting Authority shall be borne entirely by the Contractor. Article 29. 29.1 Advances

The Contractor may request for the following advance payment:

Advance Payment: sixty (60) percent of the EDF component of the Contract Price, to be paid within sixty (60) days from the date of the signing of the Contract, upon submission of the following documents. Tenderers are strongly advised that performance of the contract shall not be contingent upon receipt of the advance payment.  An invoice to that amount;

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

A bank guarantee (sample Model Advance Guarantee provided in Part B - Annex V) to the amount of sixty (60) percent of the EDF component of the Contract Price, which shall remain effective for at least 60 days after Provisional Acceptance of the supplies. The bank guarantee will be released within 60 days from the date of Provisional Acceptance of the supplies; A performance guarantee (sample Model Performance Guarantee provided in Part B Annex IV) to the amount of ten (10) percent of the EDF component of the Contract Price. The performance guarantee will be released within 30 days from the issuance of the Final Statement of Account. Revision of Prices



Article 31. 31.1

The contract is a fixed price one, which shall not be revised. Delayed Payments

Article 35.

Late-payment interest shall be calculated as follows: At the rediscount rate applied by the issuing institution of the country of the Contracting Authority where payments are in national currency. At the rate applied by the European Central Bank to its main refinancing transactions in euro, as published monthly in the Official Journal of the EU, if payments are in Euros. On the first day of the month in which the deadline expired plus seven percentage points.

The late-payment interest shall apply to the time, which elapses between the date of the payment deadline (exclusive) and the date on which the paying agent's account is debited (inclusive). Article 37. Delivery

37.1 The Contractor shall bear all risks relating to the goods until Provisional Acceptance at destination. The supplies shall be packaged so as to prevent their damage or deterioration in transit until arrival at their destination. 37.2 The packing within and outside the packages shall be:

External Packing: The external packing shall consist of sturdy timber cases, with adequate polythene or comparable weatherproofing sheeting inside, or approved sea-freight containers. Internal Packing: All items must be securely packed in robust, heavy-duty cartons or boxes, as may be applicable for the type of transportation foreseen, providing sufficient protection against rough handling and transport over difficult terrain. Double walled heavyduty cardboard or similar robust material, with adequate polythene or comparable wrapping weatherproofing is required. 37.3 The packaging shall become the property of the recipient subject to respect for the environment.

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37.5 Following receipt of confirmation from the Supervisor's Representative that the supplies may be delivered and promptly upon shipment, the Contractor shall notify the Supervisor's Representative by facsimile or electronic mail (e-mail) of the full details of the shipment, including contract number, description of goods, quantity and value of goods, vessel/flight/truck number, bill of lading or air/road/rail waybill number, date and port of loading, date of shipment, port of discharge, and indicative date of arrival. The Contractor shall also timely notify the insurance company of the details of the shipment. The Contractor shall submit to the Supervisor's Representative by registered mail or courier the following documents at the time of shipment/delivery: (i) One (1) original and three (3) copies of the Contractor's invoice. The invoice shall include the names, catalogue numbers, quantity, unit price, total price of all items included. As applicable; full set of original negotiable, clean, on board, bill of lading marked "freight and insurance prepaid", or, ditto full set multi-modal waybill marked "freight and insurance prepaid", or three (3) copies of airway bill, rail consignment note, or road consignment note, consigned to the consignee.

(ii)

(iii) Three (3) copies of packing list(s) identifying contents of each package in shipment by destination institution. (iv) One (1) original and three (3) copies of insurance certificate(s). (v) One (1) original and three (3) copies of the certificates of origin for each of the goods in shipment.

(vi) Copy of facsimile or electronic mail (e-mail) to Supervisor's Representative advising on shipment details. 37.6 The goods shall be packed separately for each of the destination institutions listed in Annex II.3 / Delivery Completion Statement. Each external shipping packaging shall bear in clear, legible wording the following marking:
PROVIDED WITH SUPPORT FROM THE EU

<EU logo> Ministry of Education and Sports European Development Fund Developing Human Resources for Health Project Contract No. DHRH/CG/B.1 Destination Institution: <Name and address of destination institution to be inserted by Contractor> UGANDA
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Gross Weight: <to be inserted by Contractor> Kg. Package <package number to be inserted by Contractor> of <total number of packages to destination institution to be inserted by Contractor> Contractor's Name: <to be inserted by Contractor> Internal shipping packaging shall bear in clear, legible wording the following marking: Contract No. DHRH/CG/B.1 Destination Institution: <Name and address of destination institution to be inserted by Contractor> UGANDA Part <number to be inserted by Contractor> of Package <number to be inserted by Contractor> All labels, package inserts, instructions, wrappers etc must be in the English language. Article 39. Provisional Acceptance

39.2 Upon satisfactory verification/inspection of the completed delivery, installation/ testing, and user-training/instruction of the supplies, the Supervisor's Representative shall issue the Provisional Acceptance Certificate within 30 days of receipt of the Contractor’s application for the said certificate of provisional acceptance. Article 40. Warranty

40.2 The goods supplied under the goods part of the Contract shall be covered by a postacceptance warranty, which shall remain valid for 365 days from the date of the Provisional Acceptance Certificate for these goods. Article 41. After-Sales Service

No after-sales services are required under the Contract. The supplier should however describe how after-sales services will be conveniently accessed by the end users in the country of the Contracting Authority. Article 42. Final Acceptance

The 365-days warranty period for the goods shall start immediately following the issuing of the provisional acceptance certificate and end 365 days later. Following the satisfactory completion of the warranty, the Supervisor shall issue the Final Acceptance Certificate within 30 days from the expiration of this period.

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Article 43. 43.3

Breach of Contract

Damages, if charged under this Contract, shall be liquidated damages at the rate of 1/1000 (one thousandth) of the Contract value per calendar day or, if the contract is sub-divided into phases/lots, of the phase/lot concerned up to 30% (thirty per cent) of the total contract price, during which any party is in breach of contract. Termination by the Contracting Authority

Article 44.

44.2 This contract shall be automatically terminated if it has given rise to no payment in the three years following its signing. 44.8 The ceiling provided for in Article 44.8 shall be set at 10% of the value of the contract. Article 45. Termination by the Contractor

45.3 The ceiling provided for in Article 45.3 shall be set at 10% of the value of the contract. Article 48. Dispute Settlement

48.2 The arrangements referred to in Article 48.2 of the GC shall be: a) The amicable dispute-settlement procedure shall be initiated when one party notifies the other of the dispute and proposes that it be settled amicably by arrangements to be agreed by the parties in accordance with the provisions of this Article and Article 48 of the GC. b) The time-limit for implementing the amicable settlement is thirty (30) days after the notification referred to in Article 48.2.a. The maximum time limit for completing amicable dispute settlement shall be sixty (60) days after that notification. The parties may agree to extend this time limit by a maximum of sixty (60) days. c) The time limit referred to in Article 48.2.c of the GC for responding to a request shall be eight days from receipt of that request. If the time limit is not met, the party that lodged the request shall send a reminder. If there is no response to this reminder within eight days of receipt of the reminder, the amicable dispute settlement procedure shall be deemed to have failed. 48.3 The parties may agree that the conciliation procedure referred to in Article 48.3 of the GC shall be the procedure provided for in Article 5 of the procedural rules on conciliation and arbitration for EDF contracts, as adopted by Decision No 3/90 of the ACP-EEC Council of Ministers of 29 March 1990 (OJ L 382, 31.12.1990). If the amicable intervention of the Commission of the European Communities is requested, this request shall not be made until all internal administrative remedies have been exhausted, in accordance with Articles 4 and 5.1 of the procedural rules on conciliation and arbitration.

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Whether the European Commission’s amicable intervention takes the form of an intervention by its Delegation on the spot or by Commission headquarters is a matter for agreement between the parties and the Commission. Article 49 Ethics Clauses

49.1 Any attempt by a candidate or tenderer to obtain confidential information, enter into unlawful agreements with competitors or influence the committee or the contracting authority during the process of examining, clarifying, evaluating and comparing tenders shall lead to the rejection of his candidacy or tender. 49.2 Without the Contracting Authority's prior written authorisation, a Contractor and his staff or any other company with which the Contractor is associated or linked may not, even on an ancillary or subcontracting basis, supply other services, carry out works or supply equipment for the project. 49.3 This prohibition also applies to any other programmes or projects that could, owing to the nature of the contract, give rise to a conflict of interest on the part of the Contractor. 49.4 When putting forward a candidacy or tender, the candidate or tenderer shall declare that he is affected by no potential conflict of interest and has no particular link with other tenderers or parties involved in the project. Should such a situation arise during performance of the contract, the Contractor must immediately inform the Contracting Authority. 49.5 The Contractor must at all times act impartially and as a faithful adviser in accordance with the code of conduct of his profession. He shall refrain from making public statements about the project or services without the Contracting Authority's prior approval. He may not commit the Contracting Authority in any way without its prior written consent. 49.6 For the duration of the contract the Contractor and his staff shall respect human rights and undertake not to offend the political, cultural and religious mores of the beneficiary state. 49.7 The Contractor may accept no payment connected with the contract other than that provided for therein. The Contractor and his staff must not exercise any activity or receive any advantage inconsistent with their obligations to the Contracting Authority. 49.8 The Contractor and his staff shall maintain professional secrecy for the entire duration of the contract and after its completion. All reports and documents drawn up or received by the Contractor in connection with performance of the contract shall be confidential. 49.9 The contract shall govern the Parties' use of all reports and documents drawn up, received or presented by them during performance of the contract. 49.10 The Contractor shall refrain from any relationship likely to compromise his independence or that of his staff. If the Contractor ceases to be independent, the Contracting Authority may, for any injury it suffers as a result, terminate the contract without further notice and without the Contractor having any claim to compensation.

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49.11 The Commission reserves the right to suspend or cancel project financing if corrupt practices of any kind are discovered at any stage of the award process and if the Contracting Authority fails to take all appropriate measures to remedy the situation. For the purposes of this provision, "corrupt practices" are the offer of a bribe, gift, gratuity or commission to any person as an inducement or reward for performing or refraining from any act relating to the award of a contract or implementation of a contract already concluded with the Contracting Authority. 49.12 Unusual commercial expenses are commissions not mentioned in the main contract or not stemming from a properly concluded contract referring to the main contract, commissions not paid in return for any actual and legitimate service, commissions remitted to a tax haven, commissions paid to a recipient who is not clearly identified or commissions paid to a company which has every appearance of being a front company. 49.13 The Contractor undertakes to supply the Commission on request with all supporting documents relating to the conditions of the contract's execution. The Commission may carry out whatever documentary or on-the-spot checks it deems necessary to find evidence in cases of suspected unusual commercial expenses. Article 50. Administrative and Financial Penalties

50.1 Without prejudice to the application of penalties laid down in the contract, a Contractor who has been guilty of making false declarations or has been found to have seriously failed to meet his contractual obligations in an earlier procurement procedure shall be excluded from all contracts and grants financed by the Community budget for a maximum of two years from the time when the infringement is established, as confirmed after an adversarial procedure with the Contractor. The Contractor may present his arguments against this penalty within 30 days of notification of the penalty by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt or any equivalent means. In the absence of any reaction on the part of the Contractor, or of withdrawal of the penalty by the Commission within 30 days of receipt of the Contractor's arguments against it, the decision imposing the penalty shall become enforceable. The exclusion period may be increased to three years in the event of a repeat offence within five years of the first infringement. 50.2 If the Contractor is found to have seriously failed to meet his contractual obligations, he shall incur financial penalties representing 10% of the total value of the contract in question. That rate may be increased to 20% in the event of a repeat offence within five years of the first infringement. Article 51. Checks and Audits by Community Bodies

51.1 The Contractor accepts that the European Commission, the European Anti-fraud Office (OLAF) and the Court of Auditors of the European Communities may carry out record-based or on-the-spot checks of project implementation. If necessary, a complete audit based on the accounts and supporting documents and any other documents relating to the financing of the project may be carried out at any time up to the end of a period of seven years from the payment of the final balance.

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51.2 The Contractor also accepts that OLAF may carry out on-the-spot checks and verifications in accordance with the procedures laid down by Community law for the protection of the financial interests of the European Communities against fraud and other irregularities. 51.3 To those ends, the Contractor undertakes to provide the staff of the European Commission, OLAF or the Court of Auditors, or their authorised agents, with appropriate rights of access to the sites and premises in which the contract is performed, including access to computer systems, as well as access to all documents and computer files relating to the financial and technical management of the project, and to take all appropriate measures to facilitate their work. Access by authorised agents of the European Commission, OLAF and the Court of Auditors shall be kept strictly confidential with regard to third parties, without prejudice to public law obligations to which they are subject. Documents must be easily accessible and filed in a manner, which allows easy verification; the Contractor is obliged to inform the contracting authority of the precise location in which they are kept. 51.4 The Contractor shall ensure that the rights of the Commission, OLAF and the Court of Auditors to carry out audits, inspections and checks also apply, under the same conditions and in accordance with the rules and procedures set out in this Article, to all sub-contractors and other parties benefiting from the Community funding. Article 52. Visibility

Save where the European Commission requests or agrees otherwise, the Contractor shall take the necessary measures to ensure the visibility of the European Union financing or cofinancing. Those measures must comply with the rules laid down and published by the Commission on the visibility of external operations. Further requirements are laid down in Annex II / Part (i)/1 - Notes to Tenderers.

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ANNEX I:

GENERAL CONDITIONS FOR SUPPLY CONTRACTS FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN DEVELOPMENT FUND

(ACP-EC Council of Ministers Decision No 3/90 of 29 March 1990)

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ANNEX II: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AND
REQUIREMENTS

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LOT B.1: AUDIO-VISUAL AND OFFICE EQUIPMENT

PART (i) – SPECIFIED BY THE CLIENT

1. 2. 3.

NOTES TO TENDERERS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS DELIVERY a. b. Delivery Completion Statement Delivery Schedule

PART (ii) – PROPOSED BY THE TENDERER/CONTRACTOR

4.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
(The tenderer/contractor shall confirm that the proposed supplies conform fully to the technical specifications laid down in the tender dossier. Only for items which do not (fully) comply with the technical specifications provided by the Contracting Authority, the tenderer/contractor shall provide detailed technical specifications under this Part ii)

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NOTES TO TENDERERS

Lot B.1 (Audio-Visual and Office Equipment)
1.1 General, Systems and Hardware

1.1.1 The 15 training institutions (selected health training schools) require computer hardware and software to facilitate the internet connections in order to enable them to exchange information between the schools and related institutions, but also access international medical library resources, which will benefit the education of the students. School and students must be able to use e-mail and Internet access to enhance their communication capacity. In addition, under this Lot B.1, audio-visual equipment and various items of other office equipment will have to be supplied to the selected training institutions, in the quantities per institution as indicated in Annex II.3 / Delivery Schedule. 1.1.2 Computers will also be used to access training and reference material that is supplied on CD-ROM and DVD. 1.1.3 Under the early stage procurement (A-lots), one computer per institution was procured, delivered and connected to the internet. With the additional computer hardware that is procured under this Lot B.1 tender, the following wireless network clusters will have to be configured. (i) In each of the 15 training institutions, one wireless LAN Internet network cluster, comprising 10 computers to be supplied and installed in the library, will be responsible for the distribution of the present Internet connection. One of these 10 computers will serve as resource computer, under the control of the library supervisor. Five of the 15 training institutions will be supplied with ten additional computers, due to the higher student numbers in these schools. For these 10 computers, a separate wireless network (no Internet connection) cluster will be configured. In this wireless network cluster, one computer will serve as resource computer, with the purpose of the convenient distribution of teaching materials to users in the library.

(ii)

(iii) One of the 15 training institutions will receive twenty additional computers. For these twenty computers, two separate wireless network (no Internet connection) clusters, each comprising ten computers, will be configured. In each wireless network cluster, one computer will serve as resource computer, with the purpose of the convenient distribution of teaching materials to users in the library. 1.1.4 A list of locations of the 15 selected health training schools, to which the goods will have to be delivered, is provided in Annex II.3 / Delivery Completion Schedule. 1.1.5 Hardware will have to be supplied with packages of selected basic software, as described under the detailed specifications. It should be noted that all software licences are intended for educational use and that, where applicable, educational software licences must be offered and supplied.
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1.1.6 Systems shall be installed, configured, and tested and set up with the provided software, anti-virus software shall be installed and activated, and where applicable Internet and e-mail software shall be customized. Back-up procedures shall be established and trained for practice. 1.1.7 Installation and customizing, and user-instructions are expected to take two days per institution. 1.1.8 During the system support service period, the Contractor shall undertake three support visits to each of the institutions for the inspection of the computer systems and optimising their use. 1.1.9 The Contractor must have manufacturer's authorization to extend the complete manufacturer's warrantee to the user. If required the Contractor must be authorized and be able to perform certified repair of equipment that will not affect the guarantee in a negative way. The items that will require manufacturer's authorization are indicated in the pricing schedule. 1.1.10 The tenderer shall prepare his/her financial offer by filling the pricing sheet for Lot B.1 in Annex III, which shows a breakdown of the capital investment cost for hardware, software and installation, and the cost for technical support that is required to keep the system operational. 1.1.11 In case the technical specifications indicate that consumables must be delivered as part of the assignment, the price of the consumables and the individual specifications of the consumables must be indicated separately. 1.1.12 The emergency lighting system will provide the central part of the library with emergency lighting in case of power failure. For this purpose emergency lighting of sufficient brightness to allow reading and writing must be installed above the central study area in each library. The battery system, consisting of battery bank and charger, must be installed in a lockable, well-ventilated enclosure, to be supplied as part of this emergency lighting system. The enclosure shall be bolt-fixed to floor or wall behind/under the library counter, near the position of the library supervisor. 1.1.13 All communication equipment, such as fax and telephone exchange, must be approved for use in Uganda by the Ugandan telecom authorities. 1.2 Software

1.2.1 The contents of the software packages for each type of computer are described in the technical specifications. 1.2.2 Software must be supplied on individual CD’s (one set for each institution), including (educational) licenses and documentation. The software shall be supplied, installed, tested and user-trained. All software shall be of the latest type released. Notwithstanding the tenderer’s confirmation of the contents of the software package, the tenderer shall explicitly provide a detailed list the software included in the offer.

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Installation and Initial User Training

1.3.1 The installation and initial user training shall include the hardware configuration and customizing the software. The Contractor shall give an introduction of all software, which is installed on the computers, to the Client-user(s) at each institution. The installation and introduction process shall include, but not necessarily be limited to: Establishing connectivity to the Internet provider Configuration of Internet and e-mail accounts Installation and activation of security procedures such as firewall and anti virus software Establishing and training for practice of back-up procedures on CD and DVD Handing-over and explanation of user-instructions and customizing for Acrobat software, word processing, spreadsheet and presentation software

1.3.2 A detailed, dated and signed (by Client-user representative at each institution) overview of hardware tests, customized software, and user-training must be completed and submitted to the Project Office in Kampala. 1.4 Operational Support

1.4.1 System support services (by telephone):  System support services by telephone must be available at least -but preferably longer than- during regular working hours to assist the “system administrators” to either rectify system failures or provide a knowledgeable fault report, in order for the Contractor to take adequate action to rectify the system failure.  In case system support by telephone fails to facilitate the rectification of any malfunctioning of the system, the Contractor shall rectify the system by any other means, including possible on-site activities, within five (5) working days after the telephone notification of persisting malfunctioning.  The tenderer shall clearly describe in the offer how he/she will organise these system support services (access time for telephone support, non-telephone rectification services in case of persisting malfunctioning, staff profiles) and shall include curricula vitae of the staff assigned to the support services. 1.4.2 System support visits:  Besides the normal 365-days guarantee of the hardware and the availability of telephone system support services, it is envisaged that there will be a need to support the client-user(s) and check the system at the institutions at regular intervals in order to ensure that the equipment works satisfactory. The tenderer shall include in the offer the cost of 3 visits to each of the institutions during the 365-days service period.  During these visits the system shall also be checked on the correct functioning of security software such as firewall and anti-virus software.  Connectivity to the Internet provider shall be tested and optimised.  All software that has been installed under the contract shall be checked on the correct functioning, and, if necessary, refresher user support in the correct operation of the software will be given at each institution during the remainder of the day of the visit.  The tenderer shall clearly describe in the offer how these support visits will be organised, and list what support and checking activities are included in such visits.

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A detailed, dated and signed (by Client-user representative at each institution) overview of hardware tests and software functionality support performed during the support visits must be completed and submitted to the Project Office in Kampala. 1.5 General Compliance Confirmation Requirements

Any deviation to or non-compliance with the technical specifications should be indicated by the tenderer in the relevant column of the Annex III / Quantified List of Supplies and Related Services for Pricing. If no deviation to or non-compliance with the technical specifications is indicated, the offered title is assumed to be compliant. In case an item(s) is found to be not (fully) compliant or non-compliant, the tender may be rejected at the discretion of the evaluation committee. 1.6 Visibility Requirements

In accordance with the standard EC requirements regarding EU visibility, each supply item shall be provided with a self-sticking metal-film sticker (size 20 x 50 mm) with clearly readable text "PROVIDED WITH SUPPORT FROM THE EU" and with the EU logo in official EU colours.

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2.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Lot B.1 (Audio-Visual and Office Equipment)

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0001a

FAX MACHINE, MULTIPURPOSE, PRINTER, SCANNER, COPIER Printer  20 ppm/cpm, 1200x600dpi printing (enhanced)  Automatic double-sided printing  All-in-One cartridge containing toner and all essential parts  Paper tray of 250 sheets  Power rating 200 - 240 V AC Fax  Super G3 fax with 256-page fax memory  8 one touch speed dials, 100 coded dials  Image processing Ultra High Quality Digital Copier  20 copies per minute  Reduction and enlargement in 8 preset functions  Originals up to A4 size Colour scanner  Scan colour documents and photos directly into PC applications, to Email or to PDF. Convert paper documents into easy to share digital documents using the Toolbox software. The OCR software features Easy document searching using specific keywords.  TWAIN compliant Port  The USB2.0 Hi-Speed interface speeds up image transmission between the unit and your PC.

0001b 0002a

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Consumables The unit must be supplied with toner cartridges for 6000 copies. LCD DATA / VIDEO PROJECTOR

           0002b

Portable LCD projector that has lots of flexibility to be used in multiple environments capable of projecting both computer and video signals. Displaying in XGA, 1024 x 768 resolution, compressing higher resolutions with the least possible loss in image quality. Type of Projection DLP. Lamp Type 250 W, user replaceable lamp with minimal 2000-Hour Lamp Life. Brightness minimal 2000 lumen Number of Colors 16.7 Million, Contrast Ratio 800:1 Inputs: Computer RGB x 1, 1 Composite RCA, 1 S-video, Audio RCA x 2. This projector must have two front drop down feet for easy adjustment on to your screen. Keystone correction; 40 degrees vertical, Video compatibility PAL, HDTV and S-Video Full Featured Remote Control, including pointer button and highlighter button. Including all connection cables. Power Supply 200-240, 50 Hz Ac (for 0002a) The unit must be supplied with one spare lamp
CONSUMABLES

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0003 PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM           Top Loading CD/CD+Graphic player displays Five-Band Graphic Equalizer for precise tone control AM / FM Tuner Dual Cassette Decks to play and record your own mix from CDG to Cassette OR from cassette to cassette Two Microphone Inputs with separate volume controls and Professional Digital Echo Including two rugged microphones. Two, two-way, Stereo Speakers with 100 W max power output. Audio pre-out jacks to connect to any sound system Dimensions approx.-350 x 250 x 500 mm (W x D x H) Power 200 - 240 V AC

0004 TELEPHONE EXCHANGE Solid-state Hybrid wired/wireless modular telephone exchange. 6 incoming lines, 24 wired extensions and 12 wireless extensions.  The system must be able to function on listed locations of the training institutes. Features:  Call forwarding  System speed dialling  Conference calls  Locking of external lines  Range of wireless system 200 meter Supplied with;  One enhanced display set for programming the exchange  23 standard fixed telephones.  12 wireless dect phones  Power supply: 100 - 240V AC Installation and programming:  Wiring for the fixed lines shall be provided in the building contract  The wireless transmitters for the dect phones will need to be installed on strategic locations on the compound  The system must be fully configured and tested. 0005 DVD/VCR COMBO PLAYER      Region free DVD player Capable of playing NTSC, PAL and SECAM discs on ANY TV Suitable for the following Disc Formats DVD, CD, CD-R, CD-RW, MP3, JPEG Picture CD and DivX compatible Discs. Progressive-Scan Component Video Output and S-Video Output Audio: Dolby digital and DTS compatible output, WMA & MP3 playback and page 44 

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3-D virtual surround sound DVD Subtitle, Language, and Camera Angle select by remote control Digital zoom and slow-motion playback Power 100 - 240 VAC

0006 TELEVISION MONITOR, CRT         Flat screen multi system colour television CRT 65 cm screen (26 ") PAL and NTSC Tuner suitable for PAL signal reception. Connections; Scart and S-VHS Audio 2 x 7 Watt sound capacity standard remote control power 200 - 240 VAC

0007 VIDEO VHS PLAYER  VHS video recorder with a remote control and an auto head cleaner.  Its menu system is easy to navigate  The video recorder must be capable of playing back both PAL and NTSC Video  2 Video heads with auto head cleaner,  Long play and record modes, including remote control.  Connections: Scart socket, S-VHS and audio connections in and out  Power requirements 180-240 VAC 0008a COMPUTER, DESKTOP, INCLUDING MONITOR (OFFICE USE)            Desktop Computer Processor: Processor comparable to Intel dual 2 core, operating speed 2.0 GHz, 4MB Cache, 800MHz FSB Memory: Minimum 2048 Mb of DDR2 SDRAM Graphics: Independent Graphics Processor Unit with minimum of 128 MB VRAM Hard disk: 1 x 500 Gbyte SATA Hard disk storage CD / DVD reader and writer Connectivity and ports; Ports: Minimal 6 USB 2.0 Ports Ethernet connectivity: 10/100 Ethernet-card. Ethernet connectivity Wireless: Wireless LAN, Wireless-G (802.11g) standard. Modem: 56Kbps internal with all accessories Multi Media: Including 32 BIT sound card and speakers Expandability: Two free expansion slots for future expansion and possible extra modem for Internet connectivity Pointing Device: Three button optical mouse (USB) Keyboard type standard: Standard UK 104 key (USB)

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Monitor:  17 inch Active Matrix TFT Colour Flat Screen,  Resolution 1280 x 1024,  Brightness 300 cd/m  Contrast ratio 500:1  Connection: 15-Pin D-Sub miniature / DVI-D Connectors, 100 mm  VESA Compliant 0008b EDUCATIONAL SOFTWARE PACKAGE FOR 0008a (CD INCLUDED)  Operating software MS Windows Vista or equivalent  MS Office suite with Word, Excel and Powerpoint  Adobe acrobat reader and writer software  Anti virus software package  System to be fully installed and configured 0008c CONSUMABLES FOR 0008a  Starting consumables: 100 nos. CD-R and 20 nos. DVD-R 0009a COMPUTER, DESKTOP, INCLUDING MONITOR (LIBRARY USE) Desktop Computer  Processor: Processor comparable to Intel dual 2 core, operating speed 2.0 GHz, 2MB  Cache, 800MHz FSB  Memory: Minimum 1024 Mb of DDR2 SDRAM  Graphics: Integrated Graphics Processor Unit  Hard disk: 1 x 250 Gbyte SATA Hard disk storage  CD / DVD reader and writer  Connectivity and ports;  Ports: Minimal 4 USB 2.0 Ports  Ethernet connectivity: 10/100 Ethernet-card.  Ethernet connectivity Wireless: Wireless LAN, Wireless-G (802.11g) standard.  Modem: 56Kbps internal with all accessories  Multi Media: Including 24 BIT sound card and speakers Expandability: One free expansion slots for future expansion Pointing Device: Three button optical mouse (USB) Keyboard type standard: Standard UK 104 key (USB) Monitor:  17 inch Active Matrix TFT Colour Flat Screen,  Resolution 1280 x 1024,  Brightness 300 cd/m  Contrast ratio 500:1  Connection: 15-Pin D-Sub miniature / DVI-D Connectors, 100 mm  VESA Compliant

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0009b EDUCATIONAL SOFTWARE PACKAGE FOR 0009a (CD INCLUDED)  Operating software MS Vista or equivalent  MS Office suite with Word, Excel and Powerpoint  Adobe acrobat reader  Antivirus software package  System to be fully installed and configured 0010a COMPUTER, LAPTOP Processor  Processor similar to INTEL core duo processor 2.0 Giga Hz, 2 Mb Cache  Memory (RAM): 1024 MB  Hard disk Size: 100 GB  Graphics Type: Integrated Card  Shared Video RAM: 64 MB Multimedia - CD/DVD-: reader / writer - Sound card: 24 Bit PCI SoundBlaster compatible (Internal) - Speakers: Inbuilt Multimedia speakers Communications - Integrated 10/100 Ethernet - Wireless solution 802.11 G - Modem 56 k modem Standard Features - Pointing Device: on board two-button mouse including external mouse - Keyboard type standard: Standard 104 key - I/O Interface:  3 x USB 2.0 ports  1 x Parallel port Display - Monitor type: 15 inch XGA TFT Colour display 1280 x 800 pixels - Connection for external monitor or LCD projector Battery - Battery life: minimal 4 hours. Accessories - Carrying Case 0010b EDUCATIONAL SOFTWARE PACKAGE FOR 0010a (CD INCLUDED) Educational software package (with installation CD) - Operating system: like Windows Vista - Applications: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Powerpoint) - Utilities: Antivirus System to be fully installed and configured 0011a COPIER, PHOTOSTAT, A3 SIZE Photocopy machine, A3 size, and heavy duty  Type: Console type  Copying System: laser dry electrostatic  Platen: Fixed  Acceptable originals: Paper sheet and three dimensional objects up to 2 Kg
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Maximum original size A3 Copy sizes: Cassette feeding: A5 to AA3, manual feeding: A6 (Postcard) to A3 Scanning resolution: 600c 600 dpi/256 levels Printing resolution: 1200 x 600 dpi (copy) Zoom: 25% - 400% (1 % increments) Speed: 50/A4, 30/A3 cpm First copy time: 3.8 sec approx Warm up time 5 min or less Multiple copies: 1- 999 Dimensions (W x D x H): 643 x 743 x 1136mm Weight (kg): 210kg Power consumption: 240 Vac, 1.5 kW or less Fixing system: Heat roller fixing Paper: Cassette: 64 to 200g/m2 Paper deck (Drawer) 64 to 200g/m2 Hand feeding: 64 to 200g/m2 Input Paper capacity: Cassette: 550 sheets x 2 Drawer: 150 sheets x2 Multi hand feeding: 50 sheets

0011b CONSUMABLES FOR 0011a Toner supply or cartridges for 25,000 copies 0012 DIGITAL STILL CAMERA, 7.1 MEGA PIXEL  7.1 Mega Pixel with simple user-friendly controls and USB 2.0 port for image transfer to PC or Mac, AV cable, wrist strap and camera software CD-ROM.  An auto lens cover protects the lens during storage and it’s small enough to fit discreetly into a purse or pocket.  Set to automatic or select manual for greater control over each exposure. 256 MB Memory Secure Digital (SD) Card, Lithium battery pack complete with battery charger set, USB interface cable. Features:  Simple User-Friendly Design in a Compact body  3X Optical Zoom lens. Auto Lens Cover  Auto plus 6 manual selectable White Balance  Modes Flash System (Auto, Red-Reduction, Flash ON/OFF)  2.5 inch LCD Monitor. Optical Range Finder  Supplied with wrist strap, camera software CD-ROM, AV cable and Lithium battery pack complete with battery charger set. 0013a DUPLICATING MACHINE, DIGITAL Digital reprographic system, such as "Risograph", intended for large print runs A digital duplicator that works by creating a stencil, called a master. The master is then duplicated and printed. Specifications:  Printing speed 60 - 130 pages / min adjustable in 5 speed settings
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Scanning resolution 600 DPI Reproduction ratios 50 - 200 % Original size max A3 Paper size A4 - A6 Paper grammage 46 to 210 g/m2 Paper feed capacity 100 sheets Power consumption 300 Watt

0013b CONSUMABLES FOR 0013a Supply with masters for 1,000 masters 0013c CONSUMABLES FOR 0013a Supply with ink supply for 100,000 copies 0014 OVERHEAD PROJECTOR         A basic OHP with Fold-down arm for easy storage and transportation. Lower projection head allows improved audience viewing. High/Low dimmer switch for longer lamp life. Colour tuning dial for accurate colour rendition. Low noise fan. A 250 Watt light source producing 2100 lumens ideal for medium size rooms. Single-element lens producing clear, large images in a small distance. Twin lamps with lamp changer for uninterrupted presentations. Power requirements 200 - 240 VAC

0015a PRINTER, LASER, A4,        Emulation; PCL 6, PCL 5e, postscript level 2 Interface; USB 2.0 Memory 16 Mb Print Resolution 600 x 600dpi Paper size A4, letter and envelopes Print Speed - 14 PPM Tray Capacity - Input 250 sheets

0015b CONSUMABLES FOR 0014a Cartridges for 10,000 copies 0016 UPS AND AUTOMATIC VOLTAGE REGULATOR Power Conditioning  Uninterruptible Power Supply UPS 625 VA, 240 V, 50 Hz.  Including an integrated Automatic Voltage Regulation, AVR  Input range 240 V, plus / minus 20 %
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In case of a total loss of power, the UPS should support the PC for up to 30 minutes Full Time Battery Back-up Outlets User-replaceable batteries All supplied with required cables and connections.

0017 WIFI WIRELESS ROUTER Wireless router acc to WiFi standard G, with four ultra-fast 10/100 Mbps LAN ports (up to 200 Mbps with full-duplex) Key features:  Integrated 4-port DSL modem for shared high-speed Web access  Four ultra-fast 10/100 Mbps LAN ports  NAT Firewall with VPN pass-through protection  Web page content filtering and time-of-day usage management  Instant alerts and regular e-mail notification of browser activity  Complete, easy-to-use Web browser-based setup.  Specifications: Routing Protocols: Static & Dynamic Routing with TCP/IP, VPN passthrough (IPSec, L2TP), NAT, UDP, RIP-1, RIP-2, PPTP, PPPoE, DNS, DHCP (client & server) 0018 EMERGENCY LIGHT, BATTERY BANK, WITH BATTERY CHARGER AND ENCLOSURE

Battery  Battery 12 VDC, 120 Ah Battery charger  Battery charger 12 VDC charging current 10 Amps  Battery charger must sense fully charged battery and be equipped with trickle charger Lights  Fluorescent Tube lights 8 x 8 Watt (or equivalent LED lights) Enclosure  Lockable secure enclosure for battery and battery charger  The enclosure must be floor and wall mountable and well ventilated Installation  Emergency light must be installed in section of the library  Lights within 10 meters radius of battery and charger

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DELIVERY

Lot B.1 (Audio-Visual and Office Equipment): 3.a Delivery Completion Statement

Health Training Institutions, to which the goods supplied under Lot B.1 must be delivered and installed, tested, and user-instructed:
1 Institution ID 2 Name of Institution 3 District 4 Distance from Kampala to District Capital in kms 0 515 515 0 0 0 0 80 360 137 420 320 288 315 64 5 Distance from District Capital to Institute in kms 3 1 (9) 2 3 2 3 (1) 1 (1) 1 2 70 20 15 6 to be filled by tenderer: Supplies under Lot B.1, including installation, testing and user-instruction Completion Period

1-03 1-08 1-32 1-38 1-39 1-44 1-70 2-05 2-07 2-09 2-10 2-33 2-36 2-41 2-62

Mulago Arua Kuluva Rubaga Mengo Nsambya Kibuli Jinja Lira Masaka Kabale Virika Ibanda Ngora Kiwoko

Kampala Arua Arua Kampala Kampala Kampala Kampala Jinja Lira Masaka Kabale Fort Portal Mbarara Kumi Luwero

The timing of the supply completion (no partial supplies are accepted) shall be indicated by the tenderer in column 6 of the Delivery Completion Statement for Lot B.1 (above). The completion period shall be the number of days from contract signing. The proposed timing shall be reviewed by the evaluation committee, and shall ultimately be determined by the Contracting Authority, in close consultation with the Contractor. However, at the latest the delivery shall be completed, unless otherwise agreed with the contractor at the time of signing the contract, within 120 days from the date of the signing of the contract by the Contractor. 3.b Delivery Schedule

The delivery schedule, shown on the following page, provides the items and quantities by institution. The quantities of the consumables, shown as sub-items (e.g. 0001b), have to be established by the tenderer, on the basis of the user-requirements given in the technical specifications.

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LOT B.1 Delivery Schedule
Health Training Institutions
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

NSAMBYA
1 1 1 1 10 * 1 * 1 * 1 1 * 10

MULAGO

RUBAGA

MASAKA

KIWOKO

KABALE

KULUVA

Category

Item No Description

Audiovisual 0002 a. LCD Data / Video projector & Office Equipment
b. Spare Lamp for 0002a 0005 DVD/Video player 0006 Television monitor, CRT 0009 a. Computer, desktop, including monitor (library use) b. Software package for 0009a 0010 a. Computer, Laptop b. Software package for 0010a 0011 a. Copier, photostat, A3 size b. Toner cartridge for 0011a 0012 Digital still camera, 7 MegaPixel CCD 0015 a. Printer, Laser, A4, b. Toner cartridge for 0015a 0016 UPS and Automatic Voltage Regulator Note that all missing item numbers are NOT part of the scope of supplies.
*

1 1 1 1 30 * 1 * 1 * 1 1 * 30

1 1 1 1 20 * 1 * 1 * 1 1 * 20

1 1 1 1 10 * 1 * 1 * 1 1 * 10

1 1 1 1 10 * 1 * 1 * 1 1 * 10

1 1 1 1 10 * 1 * 1 * 1 1 * 10

1 1 1 1 10 * 1 * 1 * 1 1 * 10

1 1 1 1 20 * 1 * 1 * 1 1 * 20

1 1 1 1 20 * 1 * 1 * 1 1 * 20

1 1 1 1 20 * 1 * 1 * 1 1 * 20

1 1 1 1 20 * 1 * 1 * 1 1 * 20

1 1 1 1 10 * 1 * 1 * 1 1 * 10

1 1 1 1 10 * 1 * 1 * 1 1 * 10

1 1 1 1 10 * 1 * 1 * 1 1 * 10

1 1 1 1 10 * 1 * 1 * 1 1 * 10

15 15 15 15 220 * 15 * 15 * 15 15 * 220

Quantities of software packages and consumable sub-items must fulfil the user requirements indicated in the technical specifications

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Total Qty

IBANDA

MENGO

NGORA

VIRIKA

KIBULI

ARUA

JINJA

LIRA

LOT B.2: BOOKS AND ANATOMICAL MODELS

PART (i) – SPECIFIED BY THE CLIENT

1. 2. 3.

NOTES TO TENDERERS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS DELIVERY a. b. Delivery Completion Statement Delivery Schedule

PART (ii) – PROPOSED BY THE TENDERER/CONTRACTOR

4.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
(The tenderer/contractor shall confirm that the proposed supplies conform fully to the technical specifications laid down in the tender dossier. Only for items which do not (fully) comply with the technical specifications provided by the Contracting Authority, the tenderer/contractor shall provide detailed technical specifications under this Part ii)

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NOTES TO TENDERERS

BOOKS 1.1 For books the ISBN numbers are given in Annex II / Part (i)/2 Technical Specifications (as defined by the Client). With these numbers, the required contents and the basic quality requirements of the books are defined. 1.2 Tenderers are allowed to offer alternative ISBN numbers of the same titles, which either offer low cost editions of at least the same or more recent publishing year or offer more recent editions of the books, without compromising the contents and quality requirements. 1.3 Tenderers are allowed to offer alternative titles (and ISBN numbers) for books that, according to the tenderer, cover the same or similar contents as defined by the ISBN number provided in this tender dossier, and further comply with the quality requirements. In order to prove the compliance of contents and quality, the tenderer is required to submit a sample of each alternative title. The assessment of compliance is the responsibility of the tender evaluation committee. Rejection of an alternative title is at the sole discretion of the committee. In such case of rejection, the alternative title shall be considered 'non-compliant' and be evaluated conform Article 20.2 of the Instructions to Tenderers. 1.4 The tenderer recommended for award of contract, shall be requested to submit samples of all titles, for review by the tender evaluation committee prior to the signing of the contract. In case of award of contract, these sample books will serve as reference for the final delivery. Any deviation from the approved samples shall result in rejection of the whole supplies (there is no partial acceptance under this contract). If the review of samples detects any 'non-compliance' in terms of contents or technical quality, the non-compliant part of the offer shall again be evaluated according to Article 20.2 of the Instructions to Tenderers. If the (estimated) cost of non-compliant part of the offer is below the ten (10) percent ceiling for 'non-compliance', the tenderer shall be notified in writing of the non-compliant sample(s) and be given an opportunity to submit substitute complying sample(s) within two (2) weeks after the date of receiving the notification. Failing to do so in terms of time or acceptable substitute(s) shall result in rejection of the offer. 1.5 The following generic technical specifications apply to all books. Any deviation to or non-compliance with these technical specifications should be indicated by the tenderer in the relevant column of the Annex III / Quantified List of Supplies for Pricing. If no deviation to or non-compliance with the technical specifications is indicated, the offered title is assumed to be compliant. In case such title(s) is/are found to be not fully compliant or noncompliant, the tender may be rejected at the discretion of the evaluation committee. Technical specifications to be stated for each title:       ISBN number Publisher Principal author(s) Date of publishing Date(s) of print revision(s) Number of pages page 54

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 Number of illustrations  Paper specifications: Minimum specifications: Weight: 70g/m² Quality: White MF Wood-free offset Brightness: 90% Opacity: 90% Grain direction: When section sewn, parallel to spine Finish: Surface hard sized and smooth  Cover specifications: Minimum specifications: Weight: 300g/m² Quality: One sided coated art board Finish: 12 micron laminated or high gloss UV  Binding method, i.e. stitched, glued or combination thereof: Minimum specifications for varnish: Grain direction: Parallel to spine Binding style: Thread sewn sections with minimum 4 stitches, fully glued to covers to make square spine. Cover four cornered to provide hinges fully glued front and back. Cut flush. Minimum specifications for gluing: Fully glued on spine and up to but not exceeding the hinges using appropriate glues of the state of the art designed to maintain flexibility during the expected book life without drying out and cracking of binding of the book.  In addition, student textbooks must be of sturdy quality and be able to withstand 'student handling' for at least three years. MODELS 1.6 The anatomical models must be made out of unbreakable materials, like soft resilient plastics. The colours used must be resilient and not fade over time. The models must be cleanable. 1.7 The sizes mentioned in the detailed specifications are approximate. When a model is requested with detachable parts the number of parts mentioned is illustrative for the level of detail of this model, minor deviations in part numbers are acceptable. 1.8 Manufacturers must indicate which materials are used in order to ensure a resilient and durable product. Cleaning instructions for the models must be included. 1.9 Instruction manuals must be in the English language.

GENERAL COMPLIANCE CONFIRMATION REQUIREMENTS 1.10 Any deviation to or non-compliance with the technical specifications should be indicated by the tenderer in the relevant column of the Annex III / Quantified List of Supplies for Pricing. If no deviation to or non-compliance with the technical specifications is indicated, the offered title is assumed to be compliant. In case an item(s) is found to be not (fully) compliant or non-compliant, the tender may be rejected at the discretion of the evaluation committee.

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VISIBILITY REQUIREMENTS 1.11 In accordance with the standard EC requirements regarding EU visibility, each supply item shall be provided with a self-sticking metal-film sticker (size 20 x 50 mm) with clearly readable text "PROVIDED WITH SUPPORT FROM THE EU" and with the EU logo in official EU colours.

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Lot B.2 (Books and Anatomical Models)

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TEXT & REFERENCE BOOKS 0001 0002 0003 0004 0005 0006 0007 0008 0009 0010 0011 0012 0013 0014 0015 0016 0017 0018 0019 0020 0021 0022 0023 Advanced Practice Nursing: Emphasising common roles. ISBN 080361229-X Atlas R.M. (1997) Principles of Microbiology 2nd Ed. Mc Graw ISBN:10-0815108893 Bailliereís Midwives Dictionary ISBN:0-7020-2682-4 Basic Epidemiology ISBN: 92-4-1544465 Caring for Severely Malnourished children ISBN 0333959450 Child Health (AMREF) Child Health (AMREF) Clinical Nursing procedures ISBN:13:978-14051-016-5/ISBN:0397547404 Communicable Diseases (AMREF) ISBN:9966874593 Communication for Nurses: Talking with Patients ISBN 10: 0763735965 Community Health in Nursing: A practical guide. ISBN:0-766841391 District Health Care ISBN 0333573498 Essential of Medical-Surgical Nursing ISBN 0721603025 Essentials of First Aid: An Authorised Manual by St John Ambulance ISBN: 0751337048 Ethics in Nursing Care ISBN:10-0-748775412 Gynaecology by Ten Teachers ISBN:0340816643 Handbook of Public and Community Health Nursing Practice. ISBN 0323013325: Health promotion in Nursing ISBN:10: 0827380089 Learning Styles and the Nursing Profession ISBN 10: 0887377718 Manual of Nursing Diagnosis ISBN 10: 0763740454 Microbiology for Nurses by Vivien ISBN: 10-0702014176 Moroneyís Surgery for Nurses ISBN:0443057672 Myles Midwifery for Nurses ISBN:0443042353 Nutrition for Developing Countries ISBN: 0-19-26223313

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0024 0025 0026 0027

0028 0029 0030 0031 0032 0033 0034 0035 0036 0037

0038 0039 0040 0041 0042

Poverty and Health ISBN:0333--66130-3 Procedure Manual for Nurses and Midwives ISBN: 333-49750-3 Quick Look Nursing; Maternal and Newborn Health ISBN 10: 0763738875 Reproductive Health: The missing Millennium Development Goal, poverty, Health & Development in a changing world. ISBN 0821366130 Ross and Wilson Anatomy and Physiology in Health and Illness ISBN:0 - 443-06469-5 See How They Grow ISBN:0-19-262233-1 Students learning Guide for Essentials of Medical Surgical Nursing ISBN: 0721669220 Teaching Palliative care: A Practical guide ISBN: 0781763436 Tooheyís Medicine for Nurses ISBN:0443047049 Trounceís Clinical Pharmacology for Nurses ISBN: 0443072086 An Introduction to Community Health Fifth Edition ISBN 10: 0763743941 Infection Control in Ambulatory Care ISBN 10: 0763731900 Medical-Surgical Nursing Care Planning Guide ISBN 0721651984 Nurse Educator; Principles of Teaching and Learning for Practice. Second Edition ISBN 10: 0763751375 Nursing Concepts: Ethics and Conflic ISBN 10: 1556425171 Paediatric Emergency Nursing Procedures ISBN 0867203307 Paediatric Nurse Practitioner ISBN 10:1584090006 Practical Guide for Nursing Research ISBN: 92-950005-62-5 The Nursing Career Planning Guide ISBN 10: 0763739537

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ANATOMICAL MODELS 0043 Anatomic model, Ear  Ear model, 3 times life size, 4 parts  Representation of outer, middle and inner ear.  Removable eardrum with hammer and anvil as well as 2-part labyrinth with stirrup, cochlea and auditory/balance nerve.  Mounted on base.  Approx size: 340 x 160 x 190 mm Anatomic model, Eye  Eye with orbit, 4 parts, 5X life size.  Model must show the eyeball with optic nerves and muscles in its natural position in the bony orbit.  The removable parts are: - rectus lateralis muscle - levator palpebrae superioris muscle together with the lacrimal gland - eyeball with extrinsic eye muscles - base of bony orbit  Mounted on base  Approx size: 420 x 300 x 310 mm  Weight: approx 3200gr Anatomic model, Heart  The model must be made of 4-parts and be 3X life size.  It must be sectioned along the anterior plane to show internal structures, including the cardiac valves and the comparative morphology of the right and left ventricles.  The right atrium must be removable.  Mounted on base  Approx size : 240 x 250 x 280 mm  Weight: approx 2900gr Anatomic model, Kidney  Kidney with adrenal gland, 3 times life size  This model must show a frontal section of the human kidney enlarged 3 times.  The kidney must be shown with the renal capsule; additional structures include the cortex; medulla; pyramids with papillae; partially dissected renal pelvis; renal calices; ureter; blood vessels; and suprarenal gland with cortex and medulla.  Including a schematic representation of the renal corpuscle with the system of collecting tubules.  Mounted on base with stand  Approx size: 400 x 150 x 80 mm  Weight: approx. 1200gr

0044

0045

0046

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Catheter Model, Female  Realistic catheterization model to practice the proper insertion of a lubricated catheter.  May also be used for teaching anatomy and sterile cleansing techniques before, during, and after insertion.  Models use any catheter size 16 FR. or smaller.  Each model includes instructions with anatomy diagram, plus a storage box.  The Female Catheter Model Anatomy includes:  rectum, uterus, bladder, pelvic bone, urethral sphincter muscle, clitoris, urethral meatus, labium minora, vagina, labium majora, pelvic diaphragm, and anus. Catheter Model, Male  Realistic catheterization model to practice the proper insertion of a lubricated catheter.  May also be used for teaching anatomy and sterile cleansing techniques before, during, and after insertion.  Models use any catheter size 16 FR. or smaller.  Each model includes instructions with anatomy diagram, plus a storage box.  The Male Catheter Model Anatomy includes;  rectum, seminal vesicle, bladder, pelvic bone, prostate, urethral sphincter muscle, urethral meatus, glans, scrotum, pelvic diaphragm, and anus. Decubitus Wound Care Model  Decubitus Treatment Simulator  Natural cast of the buttocks of an elderly patient to recognize and classify various decubitus phases and typical disorders in the gluteal region.  All commonly used wound care methods should be demonstrated and practiced.  The following disorders are represented: - Stage I: Decubital ulcer at the left ischial bone - Stage II: Decubital ulcer at the left greater trochanter - Stage III: Infected decubital ulcer at the right greater trochanter - Stage IV: Decubital ulcer over the sacral bone with necrotic tissue, loss of all skin layers and muscles, exposed bone - Dry necrosis at the right ischial bone - Herpes in the area of the left gluteal fold - Surgical suture in the area of the right buttock - Candidiasis in the area of the anal fold  Approx Size: 280 x 320 x 200 mm First Aid Arm  First Aid Arm (like lifeform) should provides realistic appearance and function to make training exercise realistic.  Should look and feel like a real arm. Synthetic blood can be made to flow from either the cut on the forearm or from the severed thumb, or from both at the same time. The severed thumb allows training in proper care and handling of separated body members.  Should be able to regulate rate of bleeding and create venous or arterial flow. Blood returns to collection tray for reuse.

0048

0049

0050

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 

Pressure points function realistically at wrist and upper arm. Includes vinyl arm with wound, severed thumb, collection tray, arterial pulse bulb, and venous supply bag, 1 pint of blood, teaching guide, and hard carrying case.

0051

IV Hand and Arm Unit  Real size full arm IV trainer that gives unlimited access to the major veins in the arm and hand, and a deltoid IM injection site.  Antecubital, basilic and cephalic sites, coupled with the dorsal metacarpal veins, allow students to practice various area skills all on the same arm.  The IM site contains a foam pad designed to be squeezed out and dried to facilitate multiple uses.  Unit includes blood reservoirs and a supply of blood.  Inexpensive skin, veins, and injection site can be easily replaced in the field.  Delivered with two blood reservoirs, blood powder, and tray.  Including 5 new skin and vein replacements. Intramuscular injection Simulator  Injection Trainer, multi-layered, soft tissue pad for the practice of intradermal, subcutaneous, and intramuscular tissue injection techniques.  Features: multiple tissue layers representing epidermis, dermis, fat layer, and muscle layer; tissue is soft and warm to the touch; epidermis layer may be peeled back to release the intradermal liquid, and replaced in seconds; liquid injected into the intramuscular pad can be squeezed out; long-lasting, replaceable epidermis; trainer can be strapped to the arm for role playing; and trainer is easy to assemble and disassemble.  Package includes: strap-on base plate; soft tissue tray containing subcutaneous pad, intramuscular pad, and sponge; and epidermis. Ideal for practicing professional-to-patient communication Muscle Torso, Bisexual with open back, 31 part  This Torso must be able to show deep and superficial musculature, two major muscles must be removable for individual study.  It must be possible to view the vertebrae, spinal cord, spinal nerves and vertebral arteries, dissect the male and female genital organs, discover the inner structures of the human brain.  The following parts can be removed: - 7th thoracic vertebra - 6-part head - breast covering with muscles, mammary gland - M. gluteus maximus - M. deltoideus - 2 lungs - 2-part heart - 2-part stomach - liver with gall bladder - 4-part intestine system - front kidney half

0052

0053

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  0054

- 4-part male genital organ - 3-part female genital organ with embryo Approx size: 870 x 380 x 250 mm, Approx weight: 8,5kg

Nursing Skills Manikin, Complete  A highly realistic care doll (Like GERI) finds its uses specifically in nursing care. This doll must have a very high mobility and the extremely true to life imitation of the face, hands and feet.  This model must offer the following equipment and practising possibilities: - Male and female bladder catheterisation - Prostatic examination (stage B) - Stoma care (ileostomy and colostomy) - Tracheostomy care (rinsing and aspiration) - Changing dentures (upper and lower mandible) - Administration of drugs to the eye - Body care, hair care, positioning methods - Enema care (female), oral and nasal douches - I.m injection (4 injection sites), oral hygiene - Syringing of the ears, insertion of hearing aids - Bandages on fingers and toes (mobile and individually shaped) - Care of lesions, bandaging practice, pressure sore care  The doll must be sturdy and made out of durable and flexible materials. Obstetrical Manikin with carry bag.  An anatomically correct pelvic model with full term newborn and placenta to give trainees realistic practice in multiple techniques, and to learn the procedure for emergency childbirth.  Disposable umbilical cords with clamps, easily replaceable extra vulva, powder to make simulated blood, a modular pregnant belly overlay with permanently installed fetus for training practice of the Leopoldís maneuver to determine the fetusí lie by palpating its skull and kneecaps, and a clear abdominal overlay to see positioning are all included.  The lifelike pelvic cavity must have pronounced pelvic landmarks, located spinal column, angled birth canal, ileum, ischium, sacrum, sacro spinious ligaments, and greater sciatic notch.  The unit must be capable of demonstrating shoulder distocia, fetal attitude, fetal station, fetal lie, cord prolapse, compound presentation, and cesarean section incision locations can be discussed.  The fetus provided is of a realistic newborn size with fontanels and cranial sutures.  The manikin should have African skin tone.  Packed in soft carry bag.  Approx size Size: 500 x 320 x 420 mm.

0055

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Special Needs Infant  Special needs infants require specific yet gentle care which includes the performance of vital medical procedures.  This newborn-size infant allows health care facilities and medical staff to teach special procedures and develop a nursing care plan for special needs infants.  Medical devices that can be used include: tracheostomy tube and suction catheter, gastrostomy tube, nasogastric tube, and urethral catheter.  Procedures that can be practiced should include: - Tracheostomy care (lavage and suctioning) - Gastrostomy care (lavage and gavage) - Nasogastric care (placement, lavage, gavage, and suctioning) - Urethra catheterization (insertion, placement, and care) - Colostomy stoma (basic care purposes only)  The baby should be supplied as black male.

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DELIVERY

Lot B.2 (Books and Anatomical Models): 3.a Delivery Completion Statement

Health Training Institutions, to which the goods supplied under Lot B.2 must be delivered:
1 Institution ID 2 Name of Institution 3 District 4 Distance from Kampala to District Capital in kms 0 515 515 0 0 0 0 80 360 137 420 320 288 315 64 5 Distance from District Capital to Institute in kms 3 1 (9) 2 3 2 3 (1) 1 (1) 1 2 70 20 15 6 to be filled by tenderer: Supplies under Lot B.2 Delivery Completion Period

1-03 1-08 1-32 1-38 1-39 1-44 1-70 2-05 2-07 2-09 2-10 2-33 2-36 2-41 2-62

Mulago Arua Kuluva Rubaga Mengo Nsambya Kibuli Jinja Lira Masaka Kabale Virika Ibanda Ngora Kiwoko

Kampala Arua Arua Kampala Kampala Kampala Kampala Jinja Lira Masaka Kabale Fort Portal Mbarara Kumi Luwero

The timing of the supply completion (no partial supplies are accepted) shall be indicated by the tenderer in column 6 of the Delivery Completion Statement for Lot B.2 (above). The completion period shall be the number of days from contract signing. The proposed timing shall be reviewed by the evaluation committee, and shall ultimately be determined by the Contracting Authority, in close consultation with the Contractor. However, at the latest the delivery shall be completed, unless otherwise agreed with the contractor at the time of signing the contract, within 120 days from the date of the signing of the contract by the Contractor. 3.b Delivery Schedule

The delivery schedule, shown on the following page, provides the items and quantities by institution.

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LOT B.2 Delivery Schedule
Health Training Institutions
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

NSAMBYA
0 0 5 5 0 5 5 5 0 0 0 5 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 10 0

MULAGO

RUBAGA

MASAKA

KIWOKO

KABALE

KULUVA

Category

Item No Description

0001 Advanced Practice Nursing: Emphasising common roles. 0002 Atlas R.M. (1997) Principles of Microbiology 2nd Ed. Mc Graw 0003 Bailliere's Midwives Dictionary

20 20 20 20 20 20 20 15 20 20 20 20 20 20 15 20 20 20 20 20 15 20 20

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10

15 15 15 15 15 15 15 10 15 15 15 15 15 15 10 15 15 15 15 15 10 15 15

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10

15 15 15 15 15 15 15 10 15 15 15 15 15 15 10 15 15 15 15 15 10 15 15

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 10

15 15 15 15 15 15 15 10 15 15 15 15 15 15 10 15 15 15 15 15 10 15 15

15 15 15 15 15 15 15 10 15 15 15 15 15 15 10 15 15 15 15 15 10 15 15

15 15 15 15 15 15 15 10 15 15 15 15 15 15 10 15 15 15 15 15 10 15 15

175 175 180 180 175 180 180 110 175 175 175 180 175 180 105 175 175 175 175 175 110 185 175

Text Books

0004 Basic Epidemiology 0005 Caring for Severely Malnourished children 0006 Child Health (AMREF) 0007 Clinical Nursing procedures 0008 Communicable Diseases (AMREF) 0009 Communication for Nurses: Talking with Patients 0010 Community Health in Nursing: A practical guide. 0011 District Health Care 0012 Essential of Medical-Surgical Nursing 0013 Essentials of First Aid: An Authorised Manual by St John Ambulance 0014 Ethics in Nursing Care 0015 Gynaecology by Ten Teachers 0016 Handbook of Public and Community Health Nursing Practice. 0017 Health promotion in Nursing 0018 Learning Styles and the Nursing Profession 0019 Manual of Nursing Diagnosis 0020 Microbiology for Nurses by Vivien 0021 Moroney's Surgery for Nurses 0022 Myles Midwifery for Nurses 0023 Nutrition for Developing Countries

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Total Qty

IBANDA

MENGO

NGORA

VIRIKA

KIBULI

ARUA

JINJA

LIRA

LOT B.2 Delivery Schedule (continued)
Health Training Institutions
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

NSAMBYA
0 5 5 0 0 0 0 5 5 5 2 0 2 2 2 0 2 2 0

MULAGO

RUBAGA

MASAKA

KIWOKO

KABALE

KULUVA

Category

Item No Description

0024 Poverty and Health 0025 Procedure Manual for Nurses and Midwives 0026 Quick Look Nursing; Maternal and Newborn Health 0027 Reproductive Health: The missing MDG, etc 0028 Ross and Wilson Anatomy and Physiology in Health and Illness 0029 See How They Grow 0030 Students Learning Guide for Essentials of Medical Surgical Nursing 0031 Teaching Palliative care: A Practical guide 0032 Toohey's Medicine for Nurses 0033 Trounce's Clinical Pharmacology for Nurses 0034 An Introduction to Community Health Fifth Edition 0035 Infection Control in Ambulatory Care

20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 15 15 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 10 10 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 10 10 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 10 10 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 10 10 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 10 10 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

175 180 180 175 175 175 175 180 110 110 30 28 30 30 30 28 30 30 28

Reference Books

0036 Medical-Surgical Nursing Care Planning Guide 0037 Nurse Educator; Principles of Teaching & Learning for Practice 0038 Nursing Concepts: Ethics and Conflic 0039 Paediatric Emergency Nursing Procedures 0040 Paediatric Nurse Practitioner 0041 Practical Guide for Nursing Research 0042 The Nursing Career Planning Guide

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Total Qty

IBANDA

MENGO

NGORA

VIRIKA

KIBULI

ARUA

JINJA

LIRA

LOT B.2 Delivery Schedule (continued)
Health Training Institutions
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Category

Item No Description

0043 Anatomic model, Ear 0044 Anatomic model, Eye

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Anatomical Models

0045 Anatomic model, Heart 0046 Anatomic model, Kidney 0047 Catheter Model, Female 0048 Catheter Model, Male 0049 Decubitus Wound Care Model 0050 First Aid Arm 0051 IV Hand and Arm Unit 0052 Lifeform Intramuscular injection Simulator 0053 Muscle Torso, Bisexual with open back, 31 part 0054 Nursing Skills Manikin, Complete 0055 Obstetrical Manikin with carry bag. 0056 Special Needs Infant

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NSAMBYA
0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

MULAGO

RUBAGA

MASAKA

KIWOKO

KABALE

KULUVA

IBANDA

MENGO

NGORA

VIRIKA

KIBULI

ARUA

JINJA

LIRA

LOT B.3:

MEDICAL EQUIPMENT AND FURNITURE

PART (i) – SPECIFIED BY THE CONTRACTING AUTHORITY

1. 2. 3.

NOTES TO TENDERERS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS DELIVERY a. b. Delivery Completion Statement Delivery Schedule

PART (ii) – PROPOSED BY THE TENDERER/CONTRACTOR

4.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
(The tenderer/contractor shall confirm that the proposed supplies conform fully to the technical specifications laid down in the tender dossier. Only for items which do not (fully) comply with the technical specifications provided by the Contracting Authority, the tenderer/contractor shall provide detailed technical specifications under this Part ii)

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1.

NOTES TO TENDERERS

Lot B.3 (Medical Equipment and Medical Furniture)
General Technical Requirements Bidders must provide detailed descriptions of the hardware components they propose. Technical data sheets relating to each hardware component should be provided, stating brand name, model/type, clearly marking the offered items in submitted brochures. System manufacture and testing must conform to, or be consistent with the requirements of the International Standards Organization (ISO) quality standards. Each system component supplied must be certified accordingly. All equipment must be supplied with user- and service-manuals in the English language. Equipment must be heavy duty and be of sturdy design, taking into account the health facility environment in Uganda. Equipment will be used intensively in the training institutes. Electrical power: all active (powered) equipment must operate on a voltage range of 230v+/20v, and a frequency range 50 Hz +/- 2 Hz. All active equipment must include power plugs of the standard in the Purchaser’s country. Environmental: The supplier must specify and certify tolerance levels of the equipment. Unless otherwise specified, all equipment must operate in environments of temperature between 10-40 degrees centigrade, humidity at 10-95 percent relative humidity, dust conditions of 0-40 grams per cubic meter of dust and heat output of no more than 20 degrees centigrade. Safety: Unless otherwise specified, all equipment must operate at very low noise level, if any. All electronic equipment that emits electro-magnetic energy must be certified as meeting an internationally recognized standard, e.g. US FCC Class B or EN 55022 and EN 50082-1 or an equivalent emission standard. Conformity: This bidding document has been compiled with utmost care as regards the use of generic technical specifications. However, for very few items the Purchaser specifically requires the brand name and type of equipment specified in the Technical Specifications. In such cases only the specified manufacturer/brand name and type shall be accepted in the bid. Spare parts and Consumables If a basic set of spare parts and/or consumables forms part of the standard supply modality for a given item, the type and quantity of spares are indicated in the Technical Specifications. Assembly, Installation and Testing If equipment is to be installed, as indicated in Column 10 of the Pricing Sheets, the bidder shall include in his unit price the cost of installation, testing and commissioning of the equipment at its final destination. In case goods are shipped to the final destination in a knock down status, assembly on site shall be included in the unit price of the equipment. If applicable, a descriptive proposal for the installation/assembly shall be included in the bid.

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Manufacturer's Authorization Letter If indicated in Column 9 of the Pricing Sheet, the supplier must provide a Manufacturer's Authorization Letter for each type of item for which an indicator is shown. The manufacturer's extension of the contractual warranty obligations to the supplier shall be at zero cost to the Purchaser. If the bidder lacks experience or capacity to undertake the warranty services for certain items, and the Manufacturer's Authorization Letter includes the confirmation of the manufacturer's backup support to the supplier in order to enable the supplier to comply with the warranty requirements, also this support shall be at zero cost to the Purchaser.

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Lot B.3 (Medical Equipment and Furniture)

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MEDICAL EQUIPMENT AND MEDICAL FURNITURE

0001

Glassware set, laboratory 2 Beaker, glass, Pyrex, graduated, low-form, w/spout, 50ml 2 Beaker, glass, Pyrex, graduated, low-form, w/spout, 250 ml 2 Beaker, glass, Pyrex, graduated, low-form, w/spout, 500 ml 2 Beaker, glass, Pyrex, graduated, low-form, w/spout, 1000ml 1 Bottle, aspirator, lab., polythene, with carrying handle, 10 litres 1 Bottle, aspirator, lab., polythene, with carrying handle, 2 litres 1 Bottle, aspirator, lab., polythene, with carrying handle, 5 litres 10 Bottles, dropper, amber glass, for stains, 50ml 1 Bottle, reagent, amber glass, glass stopper, 1.0 l 1 Bottle, reagent, amber glass, glass stopper, 2.5 l 1 Bottle, reagent, clear glass, glass stopper, 1.0 l 1 Bottle, reagent, clear glass, glass stopper, 2.5 l 600 Cover glass, microscope slide, 22x22mm 2 Cylinder, measuring, p/p, graduated, 50 ml 2 Cylinder, measuring, p/p, graduated, 100 ml 2 Cylinder, measuring, p/p, graduated, 500 ml 2 Cylinder, measuring, p/p, graduated, 1000 ml 1 Forceps, coverglass, KUEHNE, flat, bent tips, 100 mm 1 Forceps, microscope slide, KIRBIDE, 125 mm 1 Funnel, lab, hrg, ribbed, 115 mm/250 ml 1 Funnel, lab, p/e, 100mm diameter 1 Funnel, lab, p/e, ribbed, 160mm diameter 1 Funnel, lab, pouring, p/e, large, 200mm diameter 1 Funnel, lab, filter, Buchner, inside diameter 56mm 5 Pipette, serological, hrg, graduated, 1 ml/0.01 ml 5 Pipette, serological, hrg, graduated, 5 ml/0.1 ml 1 Rack, microscope slide staining, for 25 slides 1 Rack, test tube, wooden, 12 tube 2 Rod, stirring, glass, 200x7mm 2 Scriber, glass marking, tungsten carbide, 125 mm 200 Slide, microscope, glass, 25x75mm 100 Test tube, glass, borosilicate, with rim, 150x16mm hrg 1 Washbottle, polythene, oval, with spout, 500ml 2 Washbottle, polythene, oval, with spout, 500ml

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Glassware / plasticware, set, laboratory, basic Assortiment des verrerie et vaisse lle plastique pour laboratoire, niveau regional 1 Holder, wire loop, aluminium, 240 mm 2 Loop, wire, inoculating, platinum, Pt, diam 2 mm 50 Petri dish, glass, 100x15mm 100 Tube, crossmatching

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Balance, laboratory, double pan, cap. 250g, sens. 5mg Balance, semi-analytical, capacity 250g, sensitivity 2mg, beam of aluminium with nonremovable poise nuts, knife edges of steel, rests of agate, mounted on polished 38 x 18cm hardwood base with adjustable levelling feet, removable stainless steel pans of 10cm diameter, front action arrestment, release knob, full length rider bar with two nonremovable riders of 1g and 0.1g obviating loose weights under 1g and spirit level; complete with assembly instructions in English. Balance weights Student 1g to 100g Balance weights student brass, in box with latch and lifting forceps set of 9 comprising: weights/ tolerance ...... 1x1g 0.2mg 2x2g 0.4mgx5g 1.0mg 2x10g 2.0mg 1x20g 4.0mg 1x50g 10.0mg 1x100g 20.0mg Balance, laboratory, double beam, laboratory, trip-damp, 2kg, sens 0.1g Balance double beam, trip, magnetically damped, laboratory: Capacity 2kg on each plate: sensitivity 100mg. With round stainless steel plates 150mm in diameter: upper beam graduated from 0 to 10g in 0.1 intervals, lower beam graduated 0 to 200g in 10g notched intervals: self-aligning agate bearings and steel knife edges: aluminium alloy body. Complete with clamp and rod support for specific gravity determinations. 0mg 1x50g 10.0mg Balance weights medium accuracy 1g-1kg: Balance, laboratory, single pan, precision, 300 g/0.01 g 1: Composition  Main Body      Instruction manual Manufacturer’s standard accessories AC adaptor Spare fuse Dust cover

2: Specifications:  Capacity: 300g      0006 Readability: 0.01g Linearity: / 0.02g Operating temperature: 10 - 40 deg. C. Sample pan: 160 x 160 mm Power supply: AC 240/50Hz/ 10VA

Burner, Bunsen Base approx. 100mm diameter, heavy duty. Pipe approx 150h x 12.5mm diameter. Adjustable flame height.

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Centrifuge, electric, 8 place, with graduated tubes Centrifuge electric; 8-place angle head for 15ml tubes: adjustable speeds up to 5000 r.p.m. Complete with eight place angle head with shields and glass centrifuge tubes, adjustable speed control, one set spare carbon brushes with electro-mechanical timer, 060min. Electrical, non-electronic speed regulation. Electrical specifications: 240 Vac., 50 Hz. Centrifuge, haematocrit, electric, with reader Double walled plastic housing and lid are mounted on a solid metal chase. Capacity 24 heparinized capillary-tubes, up to 1.75mm x 75mm long, to spin to 11,000 rpm 12,000g force. Time display in sec. or min. Running time max. 99 min. A brake to stop after the timed process. Rotor to be enclosed. Complete with microhaematocrit reader. Centrifuge, manual, 4 bucket, hand operated with graduated tubes Hand operated centrifuge of heavy duty construction; 4 place swing out head for 15ml tubes; Speeds up to 3000 r.p.m. Housing of preferably cast iron, removable crank, screw clamp for fixing to table, 4 polyamide buckets with 15ml glass tubes. Colorimeter, with concentration reading, with accessories, cuvettes For direct measurement of transmission or absorbance of coloured samples with conversion to concentration reading. Digital readout. Wavelength range - approx 400-700 nm. Wavelength selection - by eight filters (gelatin or interference grid). Bandpass - 40 nm average. Electrical supply - 240v/50Hz battery with mains adaptor ACCESSORIES:  Set of eight filters      Sample holders for 2.5, 5, 10 mm cuvettes. 10 macro cuvettes, glass, 10 mm wide, 4 ml 10 micro cuvettes, glass, 4mm wide, 1.6 ml Pour in/suck out cuvette with holder. Rack, for cuvettes, p/p 10 cuvettes

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Counter, differential, WBC differentials, 8-keys, 1 total, mechanical WBC differentials, 8-keys, 1-total Counting chamber, Fuchs-Rosenthal ruling With 10 cover glasses Counting chamber, Neubauer ruling, improved With 10 cover glasses ESR apparatus, Westergren, stand & pipettes Stand enamelled aluminium with hangers to suspend 12 no. Westergren tubes (polystyrol) with axis vertical. Complete with special closing caps. Eye chart, vision testing, Snellen, alphabet/illiterate Snellen, alphabet/ illiterate reading distance 20 feet. (6.1 meter). Should be made of durable white plastic with suspender.

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Haemoglobinometer, Sahli Haemoglobinometer set, Sahli-type. Complete with two non-fading plain precision standards. Plastic housing. Round measuring tube, scaled 10-140% in 1% steps on one face and 2 to 22 g haemoglobin in 0.2 g steps on the opposite face. Sahli pipette. glass stirring rod. 15ml glass bottle in plastic case with screw cap and cleaning brush for tube. Complete in plastic case. Incubator, culture, 2 shelves, approx. 50 ltr Bench mounted. Temperature control by thermostat. Temperature range 5∫C above ambient to 70∫C. Safety thermostat with warning lamp. Temperature fluctuation at 38∫C +/- 0.1∫C. Indicator thermometer, circulating fan unit, inner glass door, 3 shelves. Construction of incubator - exterior stove enamel; interior stainless steel. Overall dimensions approx 800h x 600w x 700d mm. Light, examination, table model, articulated Articulated, table model, with clamping provision standard bulb 100W, 230V Microscope, binocular, dual light source Stable, robust microscope for transmitted light microscopy. Suitable for both mirror and electric light source illumination. The electric light source must be able to work with 12 V DC. Mechanical and optical specifications:  Binocular eyepiece tube rotatable through 360 deg, with adjustable interpupillary distance between 55 and 75mm. With eyepieces of 10 x magnification. Revolving nosepiece to accept 4 objectives. With internal click stops. Objectives to permit the observation of field of view up to 20mm dial and fully flattened with fungus resistant objectives of magnification 10x, (achromatic) 40x (achromatic), 100x (apochromatic).  Mechanical object stage approx 200x140mm. Adjustable in 2 horizontal planes by means of coarse and fine controls. Scanning area to be 76x50mm. With slide holding clips and scales. Condenser fully adjustable with centring device for alignment with optical axis of microscope. With achromatic condenser top for bright field illumination and field diaphragm.

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Operating table, mechanical With shoulder rests and lithotomy poles. Adjustable height (72-86cm), collapsible. Sturdy construction. Mechanical controlled operating table for minor surgery a) Adjustable to all essential operating positions b) Movement controls at the head of the table (non removable levers) c) Leg section controlled by self-locking hand lever d) Reinforced three section polished stainless steel top e) Mounted on 100 mm approx rubber castors with floor brakes f) Accessories: (i) Adjustable leg holders with canvas strap (ii) Adjustable heel stirrup, chrome plated (iii) Anaesthetist’s screen

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(iv) Moulded seamless, sectioned anti-static mattress with minimum thickness of 75 mm. Oxygen concentrator, 6ltr/min With alarms and Oxygen Sensor. Delivery rate 0.5 - 6L/min. Oxygen percentage up to 93%. Includes 2 adult cannulae with 2m tubing, Soft Oxygen tubing 2 connectors, humidifier adaptor kit, humidifier bottle and flow meter Long life intake filter Mains lead; 230Vac, 50Hz approximately 400w Spare set of: Inside filters Accessories:  Oxygen administration masks for adults and children  Nasal prongs

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Oxygen cylinder, with regulator Oxygen therapy apparatus with face masks, flow meter cylinder and trolley with antistatic wheels. - Oxygen cylinder 50 litres - Reducing valve to fit cylinder(bull nose) reducing valve with gauge and flow meter graduated in litres per minute at 1 litre interval up to a flow rate of 15l/mun. With adapter to fit humidifier and with outlets to fit patient tubing. Accessories;  Oxygen masks   Nasal prongs Complete with oxygen key (spanner)

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pH Meter, digital For pH measurements over the full 0-14 pH range with 0.1 pH subdivisions. 1: Composition:  Main Unit   Instruction and Service manual: 1 copy Manufacturer’s Standard accessories:

0-14pH range with 0.01 subdivisions pH sensor - 1 Pc pH Standard Solution: pH 4.01/pH 6.86(each) 500ml 3.3 Mol Kcl Solution 50ml Power Cord AC adapter Beaker pH Buffer powder pH 4.01 pH Buffer Powder pH 6.86 2: Specification: Measuring Method: Glass electrode Display (digital): pH/mV, Temp.
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Temp. Compensation: 0 - 100 C (automatic/ manual selected) Measuring range: 0 - 14pH Resolution: / 700 mv (pH 0 - 14) Calibration: PH 1, 4, 7,9,12 (1 - 5 calibrations) Power Supply: AC 240/50Hz/16VA Phototherapy unit, infant, with accessories Fluorescent tubes of either, blue light or north light wavelength, mounted in a canopy. The unit is mounted on 2 fixed and 2 swivel castors and has a height adjustment facility. Light source of suitable intensity in the 420 to 480 nanometres wavelength range. ON / OFF switch. Supply with spare set of tubes. Pipette, volumetric, micro, set, Fixed volume, 20/50/100/250/500/1000 μ Fixed volume, robust 20/50/100/250/500/1000 μl Complete with stand and 200 tips for each size of tip Resuscitator, manual, adult Like AMBU; Self inflating bag and non Rebreathing valve Adult and children > 15 Kg Maximum stroke volume approx 1300 ml Consisting of: - Non-Rebreathing valve AMBU E2 or E 1 - Self inflating resuscitation bag - Inlet Valve, T piece, reservoir tube - Each Rendell-Backer mask size 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 Self inflating bag: - Rubber silicone complete in a case with inlet valve - Dimensions: approx 320 mm x 125 mm - Volume approx 1500 ml - Inlet port for air: 22 mn ED or equipped with removable connector piece (22 mm ED) to connect a standard 22 mm T piece or anaesthetic hose Valve - Type: non-Rebreathing valve of anaesthetic type, detachable - Patient connector: 22/12 mn (ISO) - Expiratory connector 30 mn or 22 mn (ISO) - Inspiratory resistance approx 0.10 kPa at 50 l/min - Expiratory resistance approx 0.15 kPa at 50 l/min - Automatic control valve for auto adjustment of maximum pressure to 700 mm H2O Reservoir tube - Dimensions L approx 1000 mm x 22 mm (capacity approx 1000 ml) -T piece 22 mF/22 mmF with small arm tapered 5-3 mm M Resuscitator, manual, infant Like AMBU; Babies and children, 15 Kg Maximum stroke volume approx 300 ml Operating temperature - 20∞C to + 50∞C All components autoclavable or high-level of disinfection possible Consisting of:

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- Non-Rebreathing valve - Self inflating resuscitation bag - Inlet Valve, T piece, reservoir tube - Each transparent round face mask for baby - Each Rendell-Backer mask size 00, 0, 1 and 2 Self inflating bag: - Rubber silicone - Dimensions: approx 240 mn x 75 mn - Volume approx 500 ml - Inlet port for air: 22 mm ED or equipped with removable connector piece (22 mm ED) to connect a standard 22 mm T piece or anaesthetic hose Valve - Type: "paedi valve" detachable - Dead space: approx 4ml - Patient connector: 22/15 mm (ISO) - Resistance approx 0.15 kPa at 10 l/min - Automatic control valve for auto adjustment of Maximum pressure to 400 mm H2O Reservoir tube - Dimensions approx 1000 mm x 22 mm (capacity approx 1000 ml) - T piece 22 mF/22 mmF with small side arm 5-3 mm M Shaker, VDRL, rotator variable, electric, VDRL tests Main Unit; spring shaking plate Instruction and service manual Spares and consumables Multi shaking plates Flask holders (50ml, 200ml, 500ml,1000ml,2000ml) Specifications: Motion: Reciprocating/ orbital Plate size: 300 x 250mm Shaking width: 25mm Speed: 20 - 200 times / min, feedback Control Speed display: Digital Power supply: AC 230/50Hz Sterilizing unit, dry heat, medium, electric Constructed of stainless steel. Temperature range up to 200∫C. Time control 0 to 120 minutes. Override switch and twin pilot lights; complete with two perforated trays. Approximate chamber size approx. 400h x 220w x 220d mm. Sterilizing unit, dry heat, small, electric Constructed of stainless steel. Temperature range up to 200∫C. Time control 0 to 120 minutes. Override switch and twin pilot lights; complete with two perforated trays. Approximate chamber size approx. 290h x 190w x 180d mm. Sterilizing unit, steam, non vacuum, vertical, electric, M, manual control, 40 ltr Portable. Manually operated. Internal dimensions: 350mm diameter x 380mm deep. 40 litre capacity.

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Heavy cast aluminium alloy construction. Equipped with safety valve, manual pressure release valve, pressure/temperature gauge, flexible metal tubing connection to exhaust air pockets, bottom platform, round dressing container and instruction booklet.(as D.A.K No. 641-G-CD portable Autoclave: Pressure Cooker Sterilizer). To be supplied with two sterilizing drums, each suitable for the size of the sterilizer. Inclusive with hot plate electric, bench model approx. 180mm diam. solid top maximum surface temperature 500∫C fitted with 2 meter of cable with square pin plug for operation 2.75 kW, 240V, 50Hz. Sterilizing unit, steam, vacuum, horizontal, tabletop, S, computer control, 20 ltr Overall size approx.: 440 (h) x 380 (w) x 490 (d) mm. Chamber size approx 250 mm (ÿ ) x 320 (d) mm. 4 sterilization cycles for sterilising at 134∞C and 121∞C for wrapped and unwrapped instruments capable of pre and drying vacuum. Should meet EN13060 (or equivalent) for type B Small sterilizers Safety locking door under pressure. Progress indicator. Overheat safety cut-out. 230V; approx 2 kW Accessories; i) Instrument tray ii) Gasket (spare) iii) To be supplied with stainless steel grid baskets 2 x full chamber height and sterilizing drums 2 x full chamber height Dimensions of grid baskets and sterilizing drums must optimally use the chamber size. Suction apparatus, electric, 1 bottle,, 600 mmHg Totally enclosed motor with built-in fan and thermal cut-out. - Suction capacity 15/25 litre / min - ON / OFF switch and operating indicator light - Vacuum range 0-600 mm Hg approx - Clear vacuum gauge- bacterial filter - Carrying handle - autoclavable graduated 2 litre suction jar - Power 240 vac, 50Hz Supply extra 2 No. bottles and 2No PVC tubings Suction apparatus, electric, 2 bottle, Vacuum range 0-630mm Hg, 2 x 2 litre Oil free vacuum pump and motor totally enclosed in stove enamelled metal casing, supported on a base with four anti-static rubber castors. Vacuum range 0-630mm Hg approx. Apparatus to be complete with: - Flow approx 60 litre/min - 2 x 2,5 litre capacity autoclavable scaled jar - Built-in bacterial filters and overload cut-out - ON / OFF switch and operating indicator light - Clear vacuum gauge controlled by sensitive regulating valve. - operating indicator light - Easily accessible and simple jar change over-level. - Power 230V/50Hz

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Suction apparatus, foot operated, 635mmHg, 1.25 ltr Suction pump foot operated of heavy duty design consisting of a wide metal base plate for good stability; foot/hand operated pump and bottle. The bottle of capacity of approx 1250ml. - 1 x 1250ml graduated autoclavable suction jar - Safety valve - Tubing and probe to fit suction outlet. Design like AMBU Maxi pump; Supply with 2No spare bottles and 2 No PVC tubings Tally counter Hand tally counter, single register, range 0 to 9999, with zero reset knob. Timer, interval, mechanical, 60 minx1min, with signal, spring-wound The end of the cycle being signalled by alarm of approx. 4s Urinometer, specific gravity, with test glass Vacuum extractor, manual, Bird's modification of Maelstrom Bird’s Vacuum extractor, with three extraction cups (40, 50, 60mm opening diameter) complete with rubber enclosed extraction chains and extraction handles, hand operated vacuum pump, wire hanging rack, vacuum gauge, vacuum bottle and all necessary fittings, gaskets and vacuum tubing, supplied with the following: - 3 metres extra vacuum tubing 1 each spare vacuum bottle 1 set spare gaskets 1 each spare extraction chain 3 each spare packing for vacuum pump.

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Water bath, with thermostat, 10 ltr Approx. capacity 10 litres. Dimensions: 440 (l) x 270 (w) x 200 (d) mm. Stainless steel in chamber, enamelled outer case, thermostatically controlled temperature +/- 0.1∞C with thermal safety cut-out, indicator thermometer, temperature adjustable 25-90∞C. Gabled lid, complete with stainless steel test tube rack. 230V 50 Hz. Water distilling apparatus, electric, 10 ltr per hour Distillation unit, water, electric fitted with stainless steel boiling chamber, pipe and tube, assembly and inner baffles. Outer lid and inner baffle cup made of Boro-Silicate Heat resistant glass. The electric elements should have protective cut outs. The still must have wall brackets for mounting. Electrical specifications: 6 kW. 240 VAC. 50 Hz. Water distilling apparatus, electric, 4 ltr per hour Distillation unit, water, electric fitted with stainless steel boiling chamber, pipe and tube, assembly and inner baffles. Outer lid and inner baffle cup made of Boro-Silicate Heat resistant glass. The electric elements should have protective cut outs. The still must have wall brackets for mounting. Electrical specifications: 2x 1.5 kW, 230 VAC., 50 Hz. Weighing scale, adult, physician, metric, 140kgx100g Personal with height scale, heavy duty. To weigh up to 140kg x 100 gr.

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The platform should have a non-slip surface fitted with an aluminium and boxwood height measuring stand with metric measurement from 760mm to 2 m. Weighing scale, baby, basin type Sliding weight type, heavy duty, hospital model. 0-16kg with 10g divisions. With quick removable baby tray for easy cleaning. Weighing scale, todler, springtype The scales to be metric and graduated in 100g divisions up to 25kg. The scale body, top and bottom hooks, to be stainless steel, and the chart cover to be unbreakable polycarbonate or similar material. Complete with 3 weighing pants, made from strong waterproof covered nylon, and shoulder carrying bag in same material. Diagnostic equipment set for C O 5 Depressor, tongue, metal, Adult / Child 1 Ophthalmoscope, standard 1 Otoscope 1 Proctoscope, child / adult 1 Reflex hammer, solid rubber head 2 Sphygmomanometer, aneroid 2 Stethoscope, binaural, dual chestpiece 2 Stethoscope, foetal, aluminium 1 Syringe, aural, irrigating, KRAMER, metal, 90ml 1 Tape measure, cloth, 2m 5 Thermometer, clinical, oral, prismatic, ∞C, ∞F 5 Thermometer, clinical, rectal, ∞C 1 Torch, examination, penlight 1 Tuning fork, 512 Hz Diagnostic equipment set for M D 5 Depressor, tongue, metal, Adult / Child 1 Ophthalmoscope, standard 1 Otoscope 1 Proctoscope, child / adult 1 Reflex hammer, solid rubber head 3 Speculum, vaginal, bi-valve, GRAVES 2 Sphygmomanometer, aneroid 2 Stethoscope, binaural, dual chestpiece 2 Stethoscope, foetal, aluminium 1 Syringe, aural, irrigating, KRAMER, metal, 90ml 1 Tape measure, cloth, 2m 5 Thermometer, clinical, oral, prismatic, ∞C, ∞F 5 Thermometer, clinical, rectal, ∞C 2 Torch, examination, penlight 1 Tuning fork, 512 Hz Diagnostic equipment set for MCH 2 Depressor, tongue, metal, Adult / Child 1 Reflex hammer, solid rubber head 1 Speculum, vaginal, bi-valve, GRAVES

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1 Sphygmomanometer, aneroid 1 Stethoscope, foetal, aluminium 1 Stethoscope, nurse 1 Syringe, aural 1 Tape measure, cloth, 2m 5 Thermometer, clinical, oral, prismatic, ∞C, ∞F 5 Thermometer, clinical, rectal, ∞C Instrument set, anaesthesia, general equipment 2 Bandage, for tourniquet, Esmarch 2 Sphygmomanometer, aneroid, large dial 1 Stethoscope, binaural, dual chest piece 2 Tourniquet, pneumatic Instrument set, anaesthesia, local/regional drug techniques 5 Anaesthesia kit, epidural, with 16G needle 4 Introducer, for spinal needle, SISE 60 Needle, for 2.2mm cartridge syringe, 0.4mm, long 60 Needle, for 2.2mm cartridge syringe, 0.4mm, short 2 Needle, epidural, TUOHY with stilette, 18G needle 10 Needle, hypodermic, 0.65x25mm 10 Needle, hypodermic, 0.65x25mm 10 Needle, hypodermic, 1.25x76mm 10 Needle, hypodermic, LUER fitting, 0.45x13mm 50 Needle, spinal, LUER, (disposable), 0.7 x 70mm 4 Needle, spinal, PANNET, LUER, 0.9x100mm 10 Syringe, glass, metal tip, central nozzle, Luer, 1ml 20 Syringe, glass, metal tip, central nozzle, Luer, 2ml 20 Syringe, glass, metal tip, central nozzle, Luer, 5ml 20 Syringe, glass, metal tip, central nozzle, Luer, 10ml 10 Syringe, glass, metal tip, central nozzle, Luer, 20ml 2 Syringe, glass, metal tip, central nozzle, Luer, 50ml 2 Syringe, dental, cartridge type, 2.2ml Instrument set, delivery 1 Bowl, lotion, s/s, 110mmO x 40mm 1 Box, instruments, s/s, w/knobbed cover, 200x150x50 mm 2 Forceps, Kocher, toothed 1x2t, 230 mm 2 Forceps, artery, SPENCER WELLS, straight, 175mm 1 Forceps, swab holding, FOERSTER, straight, grooved jaws, 200mm 2 Forceps, tissue, 1x2teeth, 0.7mm 1 Gallipot, p/p, 75mm diameter 1 Kidney dish, s/s, 825ml 1 Needle holder, MAYO-HEGAR, straight, 160mm 2 Needle, suture, curved, cutting, s/s, assorted 1 Scissors, MAYO, curved, 150mm 1 Scissors, episiotomy, BRAUN-STADLER, 145mm 1 Scissors, umbilical, 105mm

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Instrument set, dressing 1 Bowl, lotion, s/s, 110mmO x 40mm 1 Clippers, hair 1 Forceps, dissecting, STILLE, 1x2 teeth, 120mm 2 Forceps, dressing, standard, straight, 115mm 1 Forceps, sinus, 178mm 1 Forceps, splinter, with magnifying glass, 90mm 1 Forceps, swab holding, FOERSTER, straight, grooved jaws, 200mm 2 Gallipot, p/p, 75mm diameter 2 Kidney dish, assorted sizes, s/s 1 Scissors, MAYO, straight, 150mm 1 Scissors, dressing, LANGE, straight, 180mm 1 Scissors, ligature , SPENCER, 130mm 2 Shaving stick Instrument set, ENT, casualty 1 Auriscope, plastic handle and speculae 1 Box, instruments, s/s, w/knobbed cover, 300x200x50 mm 2 Depressor, tongue, metal, Adult / Child 1 Forceps, aural, HARTMANN 1 Forceps, nasal dressing and tampon, TROELTSCH 1 Forceps, swab holding, FOERSTER, straight, grooved jaws, 200mm 2 Gallipot, s/s, medium, 75mm diameter 1 Hook, foreign body lever, GARDINER BROWN, DOWNS 2 Kidney dish, assorted sizes, s/s 1 Knife handle, surgical, BARD PARKER, No. 3 1 Knife handle, surgical, BARD PARKER, No. 4 1 Scissors, dressing, LANGE, straight, 180mm 1 Speculum, nasal, s/s 1 Syringe, aural Instrument set, laboratory, basic 2 Forceps, coverglass, KUEHNE, flat, bent tips, 100 mm 1 Forceps, microscope slide, KIRBIDE, 125 mm 3 Holder, wire loop, aluminium, 240 mm 6 Loop, wire, inoculating, normal, CrNi, diam 2.5mm 2 Pencil, for writing on glass, chinagraph 1 Scissors, general purpose 1 Scriber, glass marking, tungsten carbide, 125 mm Instrument set, minor surgery 5 Clip, towel, BACKHAUS 5 Forceps, artery, CRILE, curved 5 Forceps, artery, MOSQUITO, curved, 1x2 teeth 1 Forceps, dissecting, ADSON, droite, 1x2 teeth, 1x2 teeth 1 Forceps, dissecting, ADSON, plain end 2 Forceps, dissecting, GILLIES, straight, 1x2 teeth 2 Forceps, dissecting, MacINDOE 1 Forceps, sinus , 178mm

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2 Forceps, sponge, RAMPLEY 2 Forceps, tissue , ALLIS, straight, 4x5 teeth 2 Forceps, tissue , BABCOCK 2 Forceps, tissue , LANE or LITTLEWOOD 2 Knife handle, surgical, BARD PARKER, No. 3 2 Knife handle, surgical, BARD PARKER, No. 4 1 Needle holder, CRILE WOOD, straight 1 Needle, aneurysm 2 Pin, safety, MAYO, large, for storing artery forceps 1 Probe, 178mm 1 Retractor, DURHAM, MOYEN 2 Retractor, GILLIES, skin hook 2 Retractor, KILNER, catspaw 1 Retractor, LANGENBECK, Small 1 Retractor, WEST 1 Scissors, MAYO, straight, 165mm 1 Scissors, McINDOE 1 Scissors, iris, STRABISMUS 1 Scissors, stitch 1 Scoop, VOLKMANN, straight, 6 mm Instrument set, stitch removing 1 Box, instruments, s/s, w/knobbed covers, 200x150x50 mm 1 Forceps, clamp removing, MICHEL 1 Forceps, dissecting, STILLE, 1x2 teeth, 120mm 1 Forceps, swab holding, FOERSTER, straight, grooved jaws, 200mm 1 Gallipot, s/s, medium, 75mm diameter 1 Scissors, dressing, LANGE, straight, 180mm 1 Scissors, ligature, SPENCER, 130mm Instrument set, suture 1 Box, instruments, s/s, w/knobbed covers, 200x150x50 mm 2 Forceps, artery, HALSTEAD, straight 1 Forceps, artery, MOSQUITO, curved, 1x2 teeth 1 Forceps, dissecting, 1 plain, 127mm 1 Forceps, dissecting, 1 Theves, 127mm 1 Forceps, swab holding, FOERSTER, straight, grooved jaws, 200mm 1 Gallipot, s/s, medium, 75mm diameter 1 Needle holder, MAYO-HEGAR, straight, 160mm 1 Scissors, suture Refrigerator, electric/gas, absorption-cycle, 230ltr Refrigerator Electric, Refrigerator and Freezer type. approx. 210 litres. With separate door for freezer. Freezer compartment 40 litres, domestic absorption type, fully tropicalised. Internal Temp. of refrigerator at an ambient temperature of 43 degrees centigrade minimum + 2 degrees centigrade max. +- 5 degrees centigrade. Holdover time during power cut off between 5 - 10 hours. Power consumption per 24 hours 3.5 - 4.3 Kwh. Lockable doors. Electrical specifications: 240 VAC.,50 Hz..

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Refrigerator, electrical, compressor type, 215 litre Compressor type, tropicalised, for ambient temperatures up to 43∞ C, guaranteeing inside temperature range of +6∞ to -18∞ C, with corrosion protection, internal light, with freezing compartment, and four layered main cooling compartment arrangement, with corrosion resistant metal grid shelves. Delivery bed Three sectioned bed complete with three sectioned, impervious covered, 100m deep antistatic mattress. Frame made of tubular or rectangular sections of approx 40mm x 40 mm with minimum 2mm thickness. The frame to be made of mild steel with epoxy coating or stainless steel. Square section ends to be fitted with rubber or plastic bungs. Features to include ability to achieve rapid Trendelenberg position; and sitting position. Mattress section to be removable; adjustable bracket to raise to approx 70 degrees. Accessories to include detachable side rails, lock-in lithotomy poles with straps, deep stainless steel swab receptacle positioned on a sliding bracket and IV pole. Approx size 1900(l) x 800(w) x 800(h) mm. For stability reasons width not to be less than 800 mm. Examination couch with lithotomy poles, folding, 2 section, with pad Table, examination, 2 section (knock-down construction): 1800 mm (l) x 750 mm (w) x 760 mm (h). Folding table with top in two sections. Drop leaf section (head piece) 490 mm (l) x 750 mm (w). Removable and adjustable by ratchet type frame. Frame made of mild steel tubular or rectangular sections of approx 40mm x 40 mm with minimum 2 mm thickness. With cross bars for stability. Square section ends to be fitted with rubber or plastic bungs. Sheet metal parts minimum 1.5 mm thickness with lithotomy poles covered with polyurethane-filled padding. Padding has to be upholstered with washable plastic material Bowl, kick, s/s with stand, and ant-istatic castors Manufactured from 18/10 stainless steel. Mounted on 4 casters ÿ 40 mm. Hollow ware set, laboratory 1 Bowl, wash, p/e, 6 ltr 1 Bowl, wash, shallow, autoclavable, p/p, 4 ltr 1 Container, for sharps, for approx. 250 needles 1 Container, for sharps, p/e, 4 ltr 2 Tray, instrument, p/p, 350x250x50mm Hollow ware, set, consulting room 1 Bottle, round screw-cap, amber glass, 50ml 1 Bottle, dropper, polyethylene, with pipette, 60ml 1 Bottle, flat, plastic, 120ml 1 Bowl, sponge, s/s, 600ml 1 Box, soap, 2-piece, hinged, plastic 1 Jar, ointment, plastic, 60ml 2 Kidney dish, s/s, 475ml Hollow ware, set, delivery room 2 Basin, utility, p/p, 4 litre 1 Bedpan, adult, s/s 2 Bowl, sponge, s/s, 600ml

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0066

0067 0068 0069 0070

1 Bowl, wash, s/s, 6 ltr 1 Box, soap, 2-piece, hinged, plastic 1 Forceps, steriliser, CHEATLE, 270mm 1 Jar, for Cheatles forceps, s/s, 100mm Diam. x 200mm 2 Kidney dish, s/s, 203mm 2 Kidney dish, s/s, 825ml 1 Pail, waste, with cover 1 Tray, instrument, p/p, large Hollow ware, set, treatment room 1 Basin, utility, p/p, 4 litres 1 Bedpan, p/p 1 Bottle, eye dropper, glass, 60ml 3 Bowl, dispensing, s/s, 25 ml. 2 Bowl, lotion, s/s, 152mm 2 Bowl, lotion, s/s, 255mm 1 Box, soap, 2-piece, hinged, plastic 1 Brush, surgeon's, scrub, autoclavable, nylon bristles 1 Douche can, enema, p/p, with tubing 1 Douche nozzle 1 Eye bath, glass 1 Forceps, steriliser, CHEATLE, 270mm 3 Gallipot, p/p, 75mm diameter 2 Gallipot, s/s, 57ml 1 Jar, for Cheatles forceps, s/s, 100mm Diam x 200mm 1 Jug, measuring, p/p, 1ltr 1 Jug, measuring, various sizes, s/s 2 Kidney dish, s/s, 152mm 2 Kidney dish, very large, s/s 2 Lid for kidney dish, s/s, 152mm 2 Lid for lotion bowl, s/s, 152mm 1 Measure, medicine, glass 2 Measure, medicine, p/p, 50ml 1 Tray, instrument, p/p, 350x250x50mm 1 Urinal, male, p/p Jug, measuring, p/e graduated in mls, 2ltr Tray, instrument, set of 3 sizes, covered, s/s Tray, instrument, set of 3 sizes, covered, s/s, 305x254x51mm and downward sizes Boots, operating, white with black sole, size 10 Clogs, theatre, White, size 8

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DELIVERY

Lot B.3 (Medical Equipment and Medical Furniture): 3.a Delivery Completion Statement

Health Training Institutions to which the goods supplied under Lot B.3 must be delivered and, if applicable, installed, tested, and user-instructed:
1 Institution ID 2 Name of Institution HTS = Health Training School CFC = CPD Focal Centre 1-03 1-08 1-32 1-38 1-39 1-44 1-70 2-05 2-07 2-09 2-10 2-33 2-36 2-41 2-62 HTS1 – Mulago HTS2 – Arua HTS3 – Kuluva HTS4 – Rubaga HTS5 – Mengo HTS6 – Nsambya HTS7 – Kibuli HTS8 – Jinja HTS9 – Lira HTS10 – Masaka HTS11 – Kabale HTS12 – Virika HTS13 – Ibanda HTS14 – Ngora HTS15 – Kiwoko Kampala Arua Arua Kampala Kampala Kampala Kampala Jinja Lira Masaka Kabale Fort Portal Mbarara Kumi Luwero 3 District 4 Distance from Kampala to District Capital in kms 0 515 515 0 0 0 0 80 360 137 420 320 288 315 64 5 Distance from District Capital to Institute in kms 3 1 (9) 2 3 2 3 (1) 1 (1) 1 2 70 20 15 6 to be filled by tenderer: supplies under Lot B.3, including installation, testing and user-instruction Completion Date

The timing of the supply completion (no partial supplies are accepted) shall be indicated by the tenderer in column 6 of Annex II.3 / Delivery Completion Statement for Lot B.3 for review by the evaluation committee, and shall ultimately be determined by the Contracting Authority, in close consultation with the Contractor. However, at the latest the delivery shall be completed, unless otherwise agreed with the contractor at the time of signing the contract, within 120 days from the date of the signing of the contract by the Contractor. 3.b Delivery Schedule

The delivery schedule, shown on the following page, provides the items and quantities by institution. The sheet numbering of the following three pages delivery schedule is independent of the main document.

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LOT B.3 Delivery Schedule
Health Training Institutions
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

NSAMBYA
0 1 0 2 2 9 1 1 1 1 1 9 9 2 1 2 1 0 9 0 1 1 1 1

MULAGO

RUBAGA

MASAKA

KIWOKO

KABALE

KULUVA

Category

Item No Description 0001 0002 Glassware set, laboratory Glassware/plasticware, set, laboratory, basic Balance, laboratory, double pan, cap. 250g, sens. 5mg Balance, laboratory, double beam, trip-damp, 2kg, sens 0.1g Balance, laboratory, single pan, precision, 300 g/0.01 g Burner, Bunsen Centrifuge, electric, 8 place, electric, with graduated tubes Centrifuge, haematocrit, electric, with reader Centrifuge, manual, 4 bucket, hand operated, with graduated tubes Colorimeter, with concentration reading, with accessories, cuvettes Counter, differential, WBC differentials, 8-keys, 1-total, mechanical Counting chamber, Fuchs-Rosenthal ruling Counting chamber, Neubauer ruling, improved ESR apparatus, Westergren, stand & pipettes. Eye chart, vision testing, Snellen, alphabet/illiterate Haemoglobinometer, Sahli Incubator, culture, 2 shelves, approx. 50 ltr Light, examining, table model, articulated, Standard bulb 100 Watt Microscope, binocular, dual light source Operating table, mechanical Oxygen concentrator, 6ltr/min Oxygen cylinder + regulator pH Meter, digital Phototherapy unit, infant, with accessories

1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

14 1 14 2 3 37 1 1 1 1 1 9 9 2 15 30 1 14 23 14 15 15 15 15

Medical Equipment & Furniture

0003 0004 0005 0006 0007 0008 0009 0010 0011 0012 0013 0014 0015 0016 0017 0018 0019 0020 0021 0022 0023 0024

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Total Qty

IBANDA

MENGO

NGORA

VIRIKA

KIBULI

ARUA

JINJA

LIRA

LOT B.3 Delivery Schedule (continued)
Health Training Institutions
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

NSAMBYA
1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

MULAGO

RUBAGA

MASAKA

KIWOKO

KABALE

KULUVA

Category

Item No Description 0025 0026 0027 0028 0029 0030 0031 0032 0033 0034 0035 0036 0037 Pipette, volumetric, micro, set, fixed volume, 20/50/100/250/500/1000 µl Resuscitator, manual, adult Resuscitator, manual, infant Shaker, VDRL, rotator variable, electric, VDRL tests Sterilizing unit, dry heat, medium, electric, chamber: 290x190x180mm Sterilizing unit, dry heat, small, electric Sterilizing unit, steam, non vacuum, vertical, electric, M, manual control, 40 ltr Sterilizing unit, steam, vacuum, horizontal, tabletop, S, computer control, 20 ltr Suction apparatus, electric, 1 bottle, 600mmHg Suction apparatus, electric, 2 bottle, Vacuum range 0-630mm Hg, 2 x 2 litre Suction apparatus, foot operated, 635mmHg, 1.25 ltr Tally counter Timer, interval, mechanical, 60 minutesx1min, with signal, spring-wound Urinometer, specific gravity, with test glass Vacuum extractor, manual, Bird's modification of Maelstrom Water bath, with thermostat, 10 ltr Water distilling apparatus, electric, 10 ltr per hour Weighing scale, adult, physician, metric, 140kgx100g Weighing scale, baby, basin type Weighing scale, todler, springtype Diagnostic equipment set for M D

1 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 1

1 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 1

1 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 1

1 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 1

1 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 1

1 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 1

1 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 1

1 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 1

1 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 1

1 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 1

1 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 1

1 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 1

1 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 1

1 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 1

15 30 30 1 1 1 15 15 15 15 15 1 1 30 15 15 1 15 15 15 15

Medical Equipment & Furniture

0038 0039 0040 0041 0043 0044 0045 0047

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Total Qty

IBANDA

MENGO

NGORA

VIRIKA

KIBULI

ARUA

JINJA

LIRA

LOT B.3 Delivery Schedule (continued)
Health Training Institutions
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

NSAMBYA
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1

MULAGO

RUBAGA

MASAKA

KIWOKO

KABALE

KULUVA

Category

Item No Description 0048 0049 0050 0051 0052 0053 0054 0055 0056 0057 0058 0060 0061 0063 Diagnostic equipment set for MCH Instrument set, anaesthesia, general equipment Instrument set, aneasthesia, local/regional drug techniques Instrument set, delivery Instrument set, dressing Instrument set, ENT, casualty Instrument set, laboratory, basic Instrument set, minor surgery Instrument set, stitch removing Instrument set, suture Refrigerator, electric/gas, absorption-cycle, 230ltr Delivery bed Examination couch with lithotomy poles, folding, 2 section, with pad Hollow ware set, laboratory Hollow ware, set, delivery room Hollow ware, set, treatment room Jug, measuring, p/e graduated in mls, 2ltr Tray, instrument, set, 3 sizes, covered, s/s Boots, operating, white with black sole, size 10 Clogs, theatre, White, size 8

1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1

15 15 15 15 29 15 15 15 15 15 15 29 15 3 15 15 15 15 15 15

Medical Equipment & Furniture

0065 0066 0067 0068 0069 0070

Note that all missing item numbers are NOT part of the scope of supplies.

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Total Qty

IBANDA

MENGO

NGORA

VIRIKA

KIBULI

ARUA

JINJA

LIRA

LOT B.4:

INSTITUTIONAL FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT

PART (i) – SPECIFIED BY THE CLIENT

1. 2. 3.

NOTES TO TENDERERS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS DELIVERY a. b. Delivery Completion Statement Delivery Schedule

PART (ii) – PROPOSED BY THE TENDERER/CONTRACTOR

4.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
(The tenderer/contractor shall confirm that the proposed supplies conform fully to the technical specifications laid down in the tender dossier. Only for items which do not (fully) comply with the technical specifications provided by the Contracting Authority, the tenderer/contractor shall provide detailed technical specifications under this Part ii)

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NOTES TO TENDERERS

Lot B.4 (Institutional furniture and equipment)
1.1 General Technical Requirements

Tenderers must provide detailed descriptions of the hardware components they propose. Technical data sheets relating to each hardware component should be provided, stating brand name, model/type, clearly marking the offered items in submitted brochures. System manufacture and testing must conform or be consistent with the requirements of the International Standards Organization (ISO) quality standards. Each system component supplied must be certified accordingly. If applicable, user- and/or service-manuals must be in the English language. Furniture and other goods must be heavy duty and be of sturdy design, taking into account the use in a training institute. The furniture will be used intensively. Environmental: Unless otherwise specified, all furniture will be used in environments of temperature between 10-40 degrees centigrade, humidity at 10-95 percent relative humidity, and dust conditions of 0-40 grams per cubic meter of dust. 1.2 Pricing Requirements

In case furniture is shipped to the final destination in a knock down status, assembly on site shall be included in the unit price of the furniture. If applicable, a descriptive proposal for the assembly shall be included in the bid. 1.3 General Compliance Confirmation Requirements

Any deviation to or non-compliance with the technical specifications should be indicated by the tenderer in the relevant column of the Annex III / Quantified List of Supplies for Pricing. If no deviation to or non-compliance with the technical specifications is indicated, the offered title is assumed to be compliant. In case an item(s) is found to be not (fully) compliant or non-compliant, the tender may be rejected at the discretion of the evaluation committee. 1.4 Visibility Requirements

In accordance with the standard EC requirements regarding EU visibility, each supply item shall be provided with a self-sticking metal-film sticker (size 20 x 50 mm) with clearly readable text "PROVIDED WITH SUPPORT FROM THE EU" and with the EU logo in official EU colours.

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Lot B.4 (Institutional furniture and equipment)

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INSTITUTIONAL FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT 0001 Adding machine 12digits; battery and mains supply230V50Hz; including one set of batteries 10 printing paper rolls and one spare print cartridge 0002 Board games, various Board games, various 2 games of each of the listed board games. Materials: wood or durable plastic. All games come complete with storage box. All games come complete with playing instructions in English.  Chess:  Draughts:  Ladders and snakes:  Monopoly:  African board games  Siga: Required material: Game board (wood), Sixteen white pieces, sixteen black pieces. Required material: Game board (wood), Twenty white pieces, twenty black pieces. Required material: Game board (4mm plasticize carton), Tokenand2die Required material: Game board (4mm plasticize carton), Token and 2die, money and other game attributes

Required material: Game board(4mm plasticize carton), Twelve white pieces, twelve black pieces.  Oware (Omweso): Required material: Game board (wood); with two rows (fields) of six hollows, forty-eight seeds to use as playing pieces.

0003

Board, dart, including darts Official size: 18"x1-1/2" bristle dart board Constructed with thin diamond edge dividers eliminate "bounce-outs" Made of High-grade sisal Movable number ring in order prolongs life of dart board Including mounting hardware, game rules and two sets of medium weight darts

0004

Clock, wall type, with seconds’ hand Clock, wall type, with seconds’ hand

0005

Cooking range, 1plate, electric Hot plate electric general purpose, bench model approx. 180mm diam. Solid top maximum surface temperature 500 degrees centigrade fitted with regulator switch and length (2m) of cable with square pin plug for operation 2kW., 230V.50Hz..

0006

Dustbin, pedal, stainless steel, 15L Capacity 15litre, foot-operated. Stainless steel metal thickness minimum 1mm.

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With removable plastic pail. 0007 Kettle, boiling, 2ltr Approx. capacity 2litres, with boiling time of approx. 3minutes, safety cut-out. Handle to be heat proof and close fitting lid. Complete with 1.5m cable.1500W/230V 0008 Balance, food, kitchen, 50kg The bench scale must be a mechanical weighing scale and have a minimum weighing capacity of 50kg and 100gram accuracy. The scale must feature a 400x500mm stainless steel platform. The scale must offer removable stainless steel weighing pan design ensuring easy cleanability & long life. 0009 Bed, dormitory, double decker Bed, double decker, overall dimensions 2000(l) x 900(w) x 1800(h) mm, inclusive of frame. Mesh size and reinforcement of bed to be suitable for load of 140kg. Maximum mesh size 40mm x 40mm. Bed frame made of mild steel tubular or rectangular sections of approx. 40mm x 40mm with minimum 2mm thickness, in easily demountable and “reassemble-able” parts. Vertical heights; floor to lower bed frame 400mm and lower bed to upper bed frame 1100mm. Provision for effective and convenient fixing of mosquito nets for each bed. Square section ends to be fitted with rubber or plastic bungs. Finish: red lead primer and oil paint finish metal primer and oil paint or epoxy coat finish. 0010 Bed, dormitory, single Bed, single, overall dimensions 2000(l) x 900(w) x 600(h) mm, inclusive of frame. Mesh size and reinforcement of bed to be suitable for load of 140kg. Maximum mesh size 40mm x 40mm. Bed frame made of mild steel tubular or rectangular sections of approx. 40mm x 40mm with minimum 2mm thickness, in easily demountable and “reassemble-able” parts. Vertical heights; floor to lower bed frame 400mm. Provision for effective and convenient fixing of mosquito nets for each bed. Square section ends to be fitted with rubber or plastic bungs. Finish: red lead primer and oil paint finish metal primer and oil paint or epoxy coat finish. 0011 Bench, wood Wooden bench, 1900(l) x 300(w) x 400(h)mm. Made of first class hardwood, polished finish, varnished, with rounded edges with sufficient cross connections for stability and rigidity. Strength sufficient to carry 5 adults (average weight of 80kg each).

0012

Chair/Fixed Writing Pad Approx. dimensions of chair 400(l) x 400(w) x 450(h off ground) mm.

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Frame made of mild steel tubular or rectangular sections of approx. 30mm x 40mm with minimum 2mm thickness, including ergonomic back-rest. Square section ends to be fitted with rubber or plastic bungs. Frame with red lead primer and oil-paint finish or epoxy coated. Writing pad, 25mm approved wrot hardwood or comparable finish. Provision for integral book storage shelf under the seat. 0013 Kitchen utensils set Gourmet utensil set contains spatula, slotted spoon, soup ladle, serving spoon and strainer. Heavy gauge stainless steel. Lengths: approx. 33cm, Set of 5. Cutlery and cutting board set. Six knives with precision stainless steel blades with moulded grips. Cutting board: 30 x 20cm. 7-Pieceset. 0014 Lamp, pressure, paraffin Pressure lantern, paraffin burning; approx. 400mm high; 1.2ltr capacity. Chrome or enamel finish. With rapid preheater for priming. Complete with filling can, spanner, key for needle, washer for cap. With 6 spare mantles. 0015 Light, paraffin, Tilley Non-pressure; paraffin burning, 500ml capacity. Tin finish. Clear globe; complete with 1 spare globe and 3 spare wicks. 0016 Mattress for dormitory bed Length and width to match the bed size of hospital bed, dormitory single and double decker. Mattress should have watertight, urine proof cover. Thickness 12,5cm, High-density foam filling; minimum density of 30kg/m3. 0017 Mosquito net, terylene, double bunk bed, 2000 x 1050 x 2500mm Large size: 2000 x 1050 x 2500mm Net need to have an overlapping slit Material Polyester 100% ISO1833 Fabrication Wrap knitted ISO 8388 Denier 75/100 Mesh size 25holes/cm2 (156holes/inch2) Weight 40gr/m2 ISO3801 Shrinkage 5% maximum ISO5077 Bursting strength 605-710KPa maximum ISO2960 Fire safety 16CFR1610 Treatment long lasting insecticide (3-5years)

0018

Mosquito net, terylene, single bed, 2000 x 1050 x 1800mm Large size: 2000 x 1050 x 1800mm Net need to have an overlapping slit Material Polyester 100% ISO1833

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Fabrication Wrap knitted ISO8388 Denier 75/100 Mesh size 25holes/cm2 (156holes/inch2) Weight 40gr/m2 ISO3801 Shrinkage 5% maximum ISO5077 Bursting strength 605-710KPa maximum ISO2960 Fire safety 16CFR 1610 Treatment long lasting insecticide (3-5years) 0019 Net ball set The two goal posts are to be 3050mm high measured from top of base-plate to the top of the ring. The rings must have an internal diameter of 380 mm and are located 150mm forward from the post. The rings are made of 15 mm diameter steel and must have a netball net fixed to each ring. The posts must be constructed of 75mm diameter x 5mm thickness steel pipe. The top of each post is to be closed with welded steel cover. Each post is to be welded to a steel base-plate of 300 x 300 x 12mm, provided with 4holes diameter 20mm at 250mm centres square to conveniently accommodate 16mm threaded anchor bolts (anchor bolts, concrete foundation pads and placing of posts do not form part of this supply contract). All sharp edges and corners to be removed from base-plates before galvanizing. All steel work to be dip-galvanized after welding. 0020 Table tennis table, including bats and balls Full size 19mm top, weatherproof melamine resin playing surface. Size when open: 2740(l) x 1530(w) x 770(h) mm. Fold and wheel away system for easy movement and storage. Including fixed net and post set, 4 reversed sponge bats (150gr.) and 10 quality balls (2gr.) 0021 Volleyball set The volleyball net must be 10.0meters wide and 1.0meter high. The net shall be made of durable, weatherproof material with a mesh size of maximum 100 x 100mm openings. The net shall be provided with a 4mm diameter galvanized steel cable in the top band. The steel cable shall be provided with a fixed eye on one end. A 1000mm long galvanized steel chain with shackle size 25x4mm shall be fixed to the other end of the cable. The overall length of the cable including chain shall be 12.0meter. The bottom band of the net shall be provided a line/rope, which projects at least 1500mm at each side of the net. Two steel posts 2600mm long measured from the top of the base-plate to the top of the post. The top of each post is to be closed with a welded steel cover. Each posts to have four steel hooks welded at 2550mm, 2350mm, 1050mm and 850mm height respectively from the base-plate, to fix the cable eye and chain shackle (to top hooks) and allow height adjustment of the top of the net (for male players 2430mm, for female players 2240mm) by tightening the bottom line/rope (to bottom hooks). The posts (which shall be placed at 11.5meter centres) must be constructed of 75mm diameter x 5mm thickness steel pipe. The top of each post is to be closed with welded steel cover. Each post is to be welded to a steel base plate of 300 x 300 x 12mm, provided with 4 holes diameter 20mm at 250mm centres square to conveniently accommodate 16mm threaded anchor bolts (anchor bolts, concrete foundation pads and placing of posts do not form part of this supply contract).
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All sharp edges and corners to be removed from base-plates before galvanizing. All steelwork to be dip-galvanized after welding. 0022 Water container with tap, on stand, Capacity of container 20Litre, inclusive basin Water dispenser comprising of: - 20 litre water tank, galvanized sheet metal; minimal 1mm thickness, with lid and brass tap. - Stand: metal frame made of mild steel round-metal of minimal 8mm diameter. Red lead primer and oil-paint finish Height of support for water tank approx. 700mm. With sturdy support for basin at height of approx. 500mm -Basin, diameter approx. 400mm, PVC or enamel, to fit the basin support. 0023 Water dispenser, 25litre Water dispenser of highly polished stainless steel. Dimensions: Diameter approx. 350mm, metal gauge 0.8mm. 25ltre vessel with lid and tap. 0024 Cabinet, instrument, metal, glass door, 610x460x280mm Instrument cabinet, metal frame, double, glass doors. Frame of 3mm mild steel. Sheet metal parts with epoxy coating finish, minimum 1mm sheet metal with reinforcement for rigidity. With 3 adjustable hardened glass shelves of 6mm thickness. Dustproof. Door handles with security lock and 2keys. Approx. size 460(l) x 280(w) x 610(h) mm. 0025 Cot, baby (bassinette), hospital-type Epoxy coated metal frame Stand size approx. 1200 x 880 x 450mm. Plexiglass basket size approx. 700x350x350mm. Four swivel castors, two with locking attachment. To include 75mm mattress fitting the basket size. Mattress should have watertight, urine proof cover. High-density foam filling; minimum density of 30kg/m3. 0026 Cupboard, drugs Lockable storage for stock supplies of drugs and medicine for ward use. Made of sheet metal, epoxy coating finish, minimum 1mm sheet metal with reinforcement for rigidity. Suitable for wall mounting; including wall fixtures. Overall dimensions 900mm(l) x 300mm(w) x 900mm(h). The cupboard to be in two separate sections, divided horizontally, each section with two doors. The upper section prepared for tablet and dangerous drugs storage, and the lower for 500ml 5litre stock bottles of medicines. 0027 Drip stand, double hook, adjustable height, on castors Height adjustable 1200-2200mm, wide stance base with castors. Double hook rod includes positive stop to avoid disengagement from base rod. With metallic adjustable locking device. Epoxy finish. Double hook and rod made of chrome plated metal or stainless steel.

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0028

Screen, fourfold, on castors Metal framed four-sectioned mobile screen on castors. Approximate size 1800mm height. 4 panels of 500mm wide. Frame with chrome plated or epoxy coating finish. Castors 50mm diameter. Panels to have removable, washable cloth of 35% polyester and 65% cotton.

0029

Stool, surgeon's, adjustable, stump feet, anti-static cushion

Stainless steel; round plywood seat with 30mm padded conductive cushion, rotates 360degrees. Foot-operated height adjustable between approx. 400 to 650mm. On 5 anti-static swivel castors.
0030 Stretcher, collapsible Foldable emergency stretcher, made in anticorrosive, anodised aluminium with PVCcoated polyester sheet of 1mm thickness. For maximum patient weight 130kg. Fire retardant, foldable over width, approx. size (in open position): 2100(l) x 500(w) x 140(h) mm. 0031 Trolley, dressing, with shelves, s/s, 900(d) x 500(w) x 850(h)mm Tubular or rectangular frame with two fixed stainless steel shelves, 100mm swivel castors. Frame made of 25mm round or rectangular tubing of stainless steel. Thickness of tubing 2mm. Size: approx. 900(d) x 500(w) x 850(h)mm. With push handle. All stainless steel sheet metal of 1,5mm thickness. Complete with: - Stainless steel bottle rack - Rectangular, detachable waste bin attached underneath top shelf. Capacity of waste bin approx. 4litres - Stainless steel bowl of approx. 320mm diameter; capacity approx. 4ltr. 0032 Trolley, food, tubular steel, 3shelves, open sides Tubular or rectangular frame with three fixed stainless steel shelves, 200mm swivel castors. Frame made of 25mm round or rectangular tubing stainless steel or mild steel epoxy powder coat finish. Thickness of tubing 2mm. Size: approx. 600(l) x 450(w) x 850(h) mm. With push handle. All stainless steel sheet metal of 1.5mm thickness.

0033

Trolley, instrument, with s/s shelves, anti-static castors, 600(l) x 450(w) x 850(h)mm Tubular or rectangular frame with two fixed stainless steel shelves, 100mm swivel castors. Frame made of 25mm round or rectangular tubing of stainless steel. Thickness of tubing 2mm. With push handle. All stainless steel sheet metal of 1.5mm thickness. Size: approx. 600(l) x450(w)x850(h)mm.

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0034

Basket, wastepaper Sheet metal, waste paper basket, epoxy coating finish, 15ltr

0035

Chair, conference Steel framed chair. Total height approx. 800mm; seat 450mm width and 420mm depth. Sitting height 450mm. Flat tubular frame 30mm. With arm rests. Seat and back rest of upholstered and covered with washable material of 100% polyacryl (Dralon) Finish off frame with red lead primer and oil-paint finish or epoxy finish. Tubular frame ends to be fitted with rubber or plastic bungs.

0036

Chair, stackable, metal Steel framed chair. Total height approx. 800mm; seat 450mm width and 420mm depth. Sitting height 450mm. Flat tubular frame 30mm; Seat and back rest of minimum 8mm plywood or perforated 1.5mm sheet metal. Frame and sheet metal with red lead primer and oil-paint finish or epoxy finish. Plywood with two coats of varnish. Tubular frame ends to be fitted with rubber or plastic bungs.

0037

Cupboard, high, metal Double door lockable cupboard. Sheet metal, epoxy coating finish, minimum 1mm sheet metal with reinforcement for rigidity. Approx. dimensions 900(l) x 450(w) x 1800(h) mm. Locking doors to be fitted with a three point locking mechanism, secured by a locking handle and 2 keys. To be supplied with four adjustable steel shelves.

0038

Cupboard, low, metal Double door lockable cupboard. Sheet metal, epoxy coating finish, minimum 1mm sheet metal with reinforcement for rigidity. Approx. dimensions 900(l) x 450(w) x 1100(h) mm. Locking doors to be fitted with a three point locking mechanism, secured by a locking handle and 2 keys. To be supplied with two adjustable steel shelves.

0039 Desk, steel frame, plywood-formica top, 1500 x 750 x 760(h)mm; 1 x 3 lockable drawers Approx. dimensions 1500(l) x 750(w) x 760(h) mm, with one set of 3 lockable drawers. Frame made of mild steel tubular or rectangular sections of approx. 40mm x 40mm with minimum 2mm thickness. Square section ends to be fitted with rubber or plastic bungs. Frame to be chromium plated or epoxy coated. Sheet metal parts with minimum thickness of 1mm epoxy coated. Desktop, 20mm plywood with formica, or comparable finish. 0040 Desk, steel frame, plywood-formica top, 1700 x 750 x 760(h)mm; 2 x 3 lockable

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drawers Approx. dimensions: 1700(l) x 750(w) x 760(h) mm, with two set of 3 lockable drawers. Frame made of mild steel tubular or rectangular sections of approx. 40mm x 40mm with minimum 2mm thickness. Square section ends to be fitted with rubber or plastic bungs. Frame to be chromium plated or epoxy coated. Sheet metal parts with minimum thickness of 1mm, epoxy coated. Desktop, 20mm plywood with formica, or comparable finish. 0041 Filing cabinet, 2drawer Sheet metal, epoxy coated filing cabinet with 2drawers, fitted with suspension filing rails. Sheet metal of minimum 1mm thickness. Locking mechanism actuated by a single lock to lock all drawers and supplied with 2 keys. Approx. dimensions: 500(w) x 700(d) x 1000(h) mm Including 50 suspension files (25perdrawer). 0042 Filing cabinet, 3-drawer Sheet metal, epoxy coated filing cabinet with 3drawers, fitted with suspension filing rails. Sheet metal of minimum 1mm thickness. Locking mechanism actuated by a single lock to lock all drawers and supplied with 2 keys. Approx. dimensions: 500(w) x 700(d) x 1400(h) mm Including 75 suspension files (25perdrawer). 0043 Shelves, metal, 1800mm wide Steel frames, shelves, and braces, complete with fixtures, 5 shelves freestanding openframe type. Loading capacity per shelf 200kgs. Approx. dimensions: 1800(l) x 400(w) x 2000(h) mm. Mild steel supports of minimum 3mm thickness. Sheet metal shelves of minimum 1mm thickness with reinforcement. Epoxy coating finish.

0044

Shelves, metal, 900mm wide Steel frames, shelves, and braces, complete with fixtures, 5 shelves free standing openframe type. Loading capacity per shelf 200kgs. Approx. dimensions: 900(l) x 400(w) x 2000(h) mm. Mild steel supports of minimum 3mm thickness. Sheet metal shelves of minimum 1mm thickness with reinforcement. Epoxy coating finish.

0045

Stool, metal, basic, 600mm hgt. Stackable high stool of steel frame, with round padded seat and fitted with tubular footrest.

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Height 600mm. Seat upholstered in stretch leather cloth 0046 Table, coffee Steel square tube frame, epoxy coated, with wood-grain Formica laminated timber top, trimmed with hardwood or comparable. Approx. dimensions: 1200(l) x 800(w) x 400(h) mm 0047 Table, dining Steel framed table with rectangular, 25mm thickness blockboard top covered with wood grain plastic laminate or comparable. Dimensions: 2000(l) x 850(w) x 725(h) mm. Frame made of mild steel tubular or rectangular sections of approx. 40mm x 40mm with minimum 2mm thickness. Square section ends to be fitted with rubber or plastic bungs. Frame to be chromium plated or epoxy coated. 0048 Table, metal frame, wooden top Steel framed table with rectangular, 25mm thickness blockboard top covered with wood grain plastic laminate or comparable. Dimensions: 1600(l) x 800(w) x 760(h) mm. Frame made of mild steel tubular or rectangular sections of approx. 40mm x 40mm with minimum 2mm thickness. Square section ends to be fitted with rubber or plastic bungs. Frame to be chromium plated or epoxy coated.

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3.

DELIVERY

Lot B.4 (Institutional furniture and equipment): 3.a Delivery Completion Statement

Health Training Institutions, to which the goods supplied under Lot B.4 must be delivered and installed, tested, and user-instructed:
1 Institution ID 2 Name of Institution 3 District 4 Distance from Kampala to District Capital in kms 0 515 515 0 0 0 0 80 360 137 420 320 288 315 64 5 Distance from District Capital to Institute in kms 3 1 (9) 2 3 2 3 (1) 1 (1) 1 2 70 20 15 6 to be filled by tenderer: Supplies under Lot B.4, including installation, testing and user-instruction Completion Period

1-03 1-08 1-32 1-38 1-39 1-44 1-70 2-05 2-07 2-09 2-10 2-33 2-36 2-41 2-62

Mulago Arua Kuluva Rubaga Mengo Nsambya Kibuli Jinja Lira Masaka Kabale Virika Ibanda Ngora Kiwoko

Kampala Arua Arua Kampala Kampala Kampala Kampala Jinja Lira Masaka Kabale Fort Portal Mbarara Kumi Luwero

The timing of the supply completion (no partial supplies are accepted) shall be indicated by the tenderer in column 6 of the Delivery Completion Statement for Lot B.4 (above). The completion period shall be the number of days from contract signing. The proposed timing shall be reviewed by the evaluation committee, and shall ultimately be determined by the Contracting Authority, in close consultation with the Contractor. However, at the latest the delivery shall be completed, unless otherwise agreed with the contractor at the time of signing the contract, within 120 days from the date of the signing of the contract by the Contractor. 3.b Delivery Schedule

The delivery schedule, shown on the following page, provides the items and quantities by institution.

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LOT B.4 Delivery Schedule
Health Training Institutions
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

NSAMBYA
34 0 80 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 4 10 0 4

MULAGO

RUBAGA

MASAKA

KIWOKO

KABALE

KULUVA

Category

Item No 0009

Description

Bed, dormitory, double decker Bench, wood Chair/Fixed writing pad Netball set Volleyball set Cabinet, instrument, metal, glass door, 610x460x280mm Cot, baby (bassinette), hospital-type Drip stand, double hook, adjustable height, on castors Screen, four fold, on castors Stool, surgeon's, adjustable, stump feet, anti-static cushion Stretcher, collapsible Trolley, dressing, with shelves, s/s, 900 (d) x 500 (w) x 850 (h) mm Trolley/instrument/s/s shelves/anti-static castors, 600 x 450 x 850 mm Cupboard, high, metal Cupboard, low, metal Desk, steel frame, plywood-formica top, 1500x750x760mm-1x3 lockable drawers Desk, steel frame, plywood-formica top, 1700x750x760mm 2x3 lockable drawers Filing cabinet, 3-drawer Shelves, metal, 1800 mm wide Table, dining Table, metal frame, wooden top

30 44 190 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 3 28 30 4

52 36 80 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 3 28 20 4

50 20 80 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 16 15 4

26 0 120 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 4 1 4 16 0 4

26 0 40 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 4 1 4 8 0 4

50 0 120 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 4 1 4 16 0 4

26 40 160 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 28 20 4

40 40 80 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 28 20 4

80 0 120 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 16 0 4

26 0 40 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 4 15 4

20 0 50 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 4 0 4

70 30 50 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 4 1 4 16 0 4

40 30 160 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 4 1 4 16 15 4

20 30 40 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 16 0 4

590 270 1410 15 15 15 15 30 30 15 15 15 15 30 15 41 15 44 250 135 60

Institutional Furniture & Equipment

0011 0012 0019 0021 0024 0025 0027 0028 0029 0030 0031 0033 0037 0038 0039 0040 0042 0043 0047 0048

Note that all missing item numbers are NOT part of the scope of supplies.

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Total Qty

IBANDA

MENGO

NGORA

VIRIKA

KIBULI

ARUA

JINJA

LIRA

ANNEX III: MODEL FINANCIAL BID

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PRICING SHEET LOT B.1 (Audio-visual and Office Equipment)
A B C D E F G H I
Indicate ‘X’ if offered item does not fully comply with technical specifications

J
Manufacturer's Authorization required

K
Installation and/or Testing and/or User-Instruction required **
x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

Supply Category

Article Description of Article 0002a 0002b 0005 0006 0009a 0009b 0010a 0010b 0011a 0011b 0012 0015a 0015b 0016 LCD Data / Video projector Spare Lamp (for 0002a) DVD/Video player Television monitor, CRT Computer, desktop, including monitor (library use) Software package (for 0009b) Computer, Laptop Software package (for 0010a) Copier, photostat, A3 size Toner cartridge (for 0011a) Digital still camera, 3.1 MegaPixel CCD Printer, Laser, A4, Toner cartridge (for 0015a) UPS and Automatic Voltage Regulator System support services, as described in Notes to Tenderers / 1.4 - Operational Support, for 15 health training institutions for one year (365 days)

Quantity 15 * 15 15 220 * 15 * 15 * 15 15 * 220

Unit Price in Euro

Total Price DDP, including installation, testing and userinstruction at destination institutions, in Euro

Duties and Taxes payable in Euro

Total Price (F+G) in Euro

x

x x x

Goods

x x

Support Services

0019

Totals for LOT B.1 in Euro

Done at <place>, on <date> by <name> On behalf of <tenderer’s name, stamp and authorised signature>
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PRICING SHEET LOT B.2 (Books and Anatomical Models)
A B C D E F G H I
Indicate ‘X’ if offered item does not fully comply with technical specifications

Supply Category Article Description of Article 0001 Advanced Practice Nursing: Emphasising common roles. 0002 Atlas R.M. (1997) Principles of Microbiology 2nd Ed. Mc Graw 0003 Bailliere's Midwives Dictionary 0004 Basic Epidemiology 0005 Caring for Severely Malnourished children 0006 Child Health (AMREF) 0007 Clinical Nursing procedures 0008 Communicable Diseases (AMREF) 0009 Communication for Nurses: Talking with Patients 0010 Community Health in Nursing: A practical guide. 0011 District Health Care 0012 Essential of Medical-Surgical Nursing 0013 Essentials of First Aid: An Authorised Manual by St John Ambulance 0014 Ethics in Nursing Care 0015 Gynaecology by Ten Teachers 0016 Handbook of Public and Community Health Nursing Practice. 0017 Health promotion in Nursing 0018 Learning Styles and the Nursing Profession 0019 Manual of Nursing Diagnosis 0020 Microbiology for Nurses by Vivien 0021 Moroney's Surgery for Nurses 0022 Myles Midwifery for Nurses 0023 Nutrition for Developing Countries 0024 Poverty and Health 0025 Procedure Manual for Nurses and Midwives

Quantity 175 175 180 180 175 180 180 110 175 175 105 180 175 180 105 175 175 175 175 175 110 185 175 175 180

Unit Price in Euro

Total Price DDP to destination institutions in Euro

Duties and Taxes payable in Euro

Total Price (F+G) in Euro

Text Books

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PRICING SHEET LOT B.2 continued (Books and Anatomical Models)
A B C D E F G H I
Indicate ‘X’ if offered item does not fully comply with technical specifications

Supply Category Article Description of Article 0026 Quick Look Nursing; Maternal and Newborn Health 0027 Reproductive Health: The missing Millennium Development Goal, poverty, Health & Development in a changing world. 0028 Ross and Wilson Anatomy and Physiology in Health and Illness 0029 See How They Grow 0030 Students learning Guide for Essentials of Medical Surgical Nursing 0031 Teaching Palliative care: A Practical guide 0032 Toohey's Medicine for Nurses 0033 Trounce's Clinical Pharmacology for Nurses 0034 An Introduction to Community Health Fifth Edition 0035 Infection Control in Ambulatory Care 0036 Medical-Surgical Nursing Care Planning Guide 0037 Nurse Educator; Principles of Teaching and Learning for Practice. Second Edition 0038 Nursing Concepts: Ethics and Conflic 0039 Paediatric Emergency Nursing Procedures 0040 Paediatric Nurse Practitioner 0041 Practical Guide for Nursing Research 0042 The Nursing Career Planning Guide

Quantity 180 175 175 175 175 180 110 110 30 28 30 30 30 28 30 30 28

Unit Price in Euro

Total Price DDP to destination institutions in Euro

Duties and Taxes payable in Euro

Total Price (F+G) in Euro

Reference Books

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PRICING SHEET LOT B.2 continued (Books and Anatomical Models)
A B C D E F G H I
Indicate ‘X’ if offered item does not fully comply with technical specifications

Supply Category Article Description of Article 0043 0044 0045 0046 0047 0048 0049 0050 0051 0052 0053 0054 0055 0056 Anatomic model, Ear Anatomic model, Eye Anatomic model, Heart Anatomic model, Kidney Catheter Model, Female Catheter Model, Male Decubitus Wound Care Model First Aid Arm IV Hand and Arm Unit Lifeform Intramuscular injection Simulator Muscle Torso, Bisexual with open back, 31 part Nursing Skills Manikin, Complete Obstetrical Manikin with carry bag. Special Needs Infant

Quantity 14 14 15 15 15 14 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15

Unit Price in Euro

Total Price DDP to destination institutions in Euro

Duties and Taxes payable in Euro

Total Price (F+G) in Euro

Anatomical Models

Totals for LOT B.2 in Euro

Done at <place>, on <date> by <name> On behalf of <tenderer’s name, stamp and authorised signature>
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PRICING SHEET LOT B.3 (Medical Equipment and Medical Furniture)
A B C D E F G H
Indicate ‘X’ if offered item does not fully comply with technical specifications

I
Manufacturer's Authorization required

J
Assembly / Installation / Testing required
x x x x x x x x x x

Article 0001 0002 0003 0004 0005 0006 0007 0008 0009 0010 0011 0012 0013 0014 0015 0016 0017 0018 0019 0020 0021 0022 0023 0024

Description of Article Glassware set, laboratory Glassware/plasticware, set, laboratory, basic Balance, laboratory, double pan, cap. 250g, sens. 5mg Balance, laboratory, double beam, trip-damp, 2kg, sens 0.1g Balance, laboratory, single pan, precision, 300 g/0.01 g Burner, Bunsen Centrifuge, electric, 8 place, electric, with graduated tubes Centrifuge, haematocrit, electric, with reader Centrifuge, manual, 4 bucket, hand operated, with graduated tubes Colorimeter, with concentration reading, with accessories, cuvettes Counter, differential, WBC differentials, 8-keys, 1-total, mechanical Counting chamber, Fuchs-Rosenthal ruling Counting chamber, Neubauer ruling, improved ESR apparatus, Westergren, stand & pipettes. Eye chart, vision testing, Snellen, alphabet/illiterate Haemoglobinometer, Sahli Incubator, culture, 2 shelves, approx. 50 ltr Light, examining, table, articulated, Standard bulb 100W Microscope, binocular, dual light source Operating table, mechanical Oxygen concentrator, 6ltr/min Oxygen cylinder + regulator pH Meter, digital Phototherapy unit, infant, with accessories

Quantity 14 1 14 2 3 37 1 1 1 1 1 9 9 2 15 30 1 14 23 14 15 15 15 15

Unit Price in Euro

Total Price DDP, including installation, testing and userinstruction at destination institutions, in Euro

Duties and Taxes payable in Euro

Total Price (E+F) in Euro

x x

x x x

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PRICING SHEET LOT B.3 continued (Medical Equipment and Medical Furniture)
A B C D E F G H
Indicate ‘X’ if offered item does not fully comply with technical specifications

I
Manufacturer's Authorization required

J
Assembly / Installation / Testing required
x x x x x x x x

Article Description of Article Quantity 0025 Pipette, volumetric, micro, set, fixed volume, 15 20/50/100/250/500/1000 µl 0026 Resuscitator, manual, adult 30 0027 Resuscitator, manual, infant 30 0028 Shaker, VDRL, rotator variable, electric, VDRL tests 1 0029 Sterilizing unit, dry heat, medium, electric 1 0030 Sterilizing unit, dry heat, small, electric 1 0031 Sterilizing unit, steam, non vacuum, vertical, electric, M, manual 15 control, 40 ltr Sterilizing unit, steam, vacuum, horizontal, tabletop, S, 0032 15 computer control, 20 ltr 0033 Suction apparatus, electric, 1 bottle, 600mmHg 15 0034 Suction apparatus, electric, 2 bottle, Vacuum range 0-630mm 15 Hg, 2 x 2 litre 0035 Suction apparatus, foot operated, 635mmHg, 1.25 ltr 15 0036 Tally counter 1 0037 Timer, interval, mechanical, 60 minutesx1min, with signal, 1 spring-wound Urinometer, specific gravity, with test glass 0038 30 0039 Vacuum extractor, manual, Bird's modification of Maelstrom 15 0040 Water bath, with thermostat, 10 ltr 15 0041 Water distilling apparatus, electric, 10 ltr per hour 1 0043 Weighing scale, adult, physician, metric, 140kgx100g 15 0044 Weighing scale, baby, basin type 15 0045 Weighing scale, todler, springtype 15 0047 Diagnostic equipment set for M D 15 0048 Diagnostic equipment set for MCH 15

Unit Price in Euro

Total Price DDP, including installation, testing and userinstruction at destination institutions, in Euro

Duties and Taxes payable in Euro

Total Price (E+F) in Euro

x

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PRICING SHEET LOT B.3 continued (Medical Equipment and Medical Furniture)
A B C D E F G H
Indicate ‘X’ if offered item does not fully comply with technical specifications

I
Manufacturer's Authorization required

J
Assembly / Installation / Testing required
x x x

Article 0049 0050 0051 0052 0053 0054 0055 0056 0057 0058 0060 0061 0063 0065 0066 0067 0068 0069 0070

Description of Article Instrument set, anaesthesia, general equipment Instrument set, aneasthesia, local/regional drug techniques Instrument set, delivery Instrument set, dressing Instrument set, ENT, casualty Instrument set, laboratory, basic Instrument set, minor surgery Instrument set, stitch removing Instrument set, suture Refrigerator, electric/gas, absorption-cycle, 230ltr Delivery bed Examination couch with lithotomy poles, folding, 2 section, with pad Hollow ware set, laboratory Hollow ware, set, delivery room Hollow ware, set, treatment room Jug, measuring, p/e graduated in mls, 2ltr Tray, instrument, set, 3 sizes, covered, s/s Boots, operating, white with black sole, size 10 Clogs, theatre, White, size 8

Quantity 15 15 15 29 15 15 15 15 15 15 29 15 3 15 15 15 15 15 15

Unit Price in Euro

Total Price DDP, including installation, testing and userinstruction at destination institutions, in Euro

Duties and Taxes payable in Euro

Total Price (E+F) in Euro

Totals for LOT B.3 in Euro

Done at <place>, on <date> by <name> On behalf of <tenderer’s name, stamp and authorised signature>
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PRICING SHEET LOT B.4 (Institutional Furniture and Equipment)
A B C D E F G H

Article 0009 0011 0012 0019 0021 0024 0025 0026 0027 0028 0029 0030 0031 0033 0037 0038 0039 0040 0042 0043 0047 0048

Total Description of Article Quantity Bed, dormitory, double decker 590 Bench, wood 270 Chair/Fixed Writing Pad 1410 Netball set 15 Volleyball set 15 Cabinet, instrument, metal, glass door, 610x460x280mm 15 Cot, baby (bassinette), hospital-type 15 Cupboard, drugs 0 Drip stand, double hook, adjustable height, on castors 30 Screen, four fold, on castors 30 Stool, surgeon's, adjustable, stump feet, anti-static cushion 15 Stretcher, collapsible 15 Trolley, dressing, with shelves, s/s, 900 (d) x 500 (w) x 850 (h) mm 15 Trolley, instrument, with s/s shelves, anti-static castors, 600 (l) x 450 (w) x 850 (h) mm 15 Cupboard, high, metal 30 Cupboard, low, metal 15 Desk, steel frame, plywood-formica top, 1500 x 750 x 760 (h) mm 1x3 lockable drawers 41 Desk, steel frame, plywood-formica top, 1700 x 750 x 760 (h) mm 2x3 lockable drawers 15 Filing cabinet, 3-drawer 44 Shelves, metal, 1800 mm wide 250 Table, dining 135 Table, metal frame, wooden top 60

Unit Price in Euro

Total Price DDP to destination institutions in Euro

Duties and Taxes payable in Euro

Total Price (E+F) in Euro

Indicate ‘X’ if offered item does not fully comply with technical specifications

Totals for LOT B.4 in Euro

Done at <place>, on <date> by <name> On behalf of <tenderer’s name, stamp and authorised signature>
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ANNEX IV: MODEL PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE

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MODEL PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE
[On the headed notepaper of the financial institution providing the guarantee]

<Date> Title of contract: Contract for Priority Health Training Supplies at 15 Health Training Schools located across Uganda: <Lot B1, B2, B3 B4> DHRH/CG/B

Publication Reference:

We the undersigned, [name, company name, address], hereby declare that we will guarantee, not merely jointly and severally, but as principal debtor, to [contracting authority 's name and address] on behalf of [Contractor's name and address], the payment of [10 to 20% of the total value of the contract], representing the performance guarantee mentioned in Article 11 of the Special Conditions without dispute, on receipt of a first written request from the beneficiary. This guarantee shall enter into force and take effect from [indicate the date of entry into force of the contract]. We note that you will release the guarantee and notify us of the fact at the latest within thirty days of receipt of the final statement [except for the part assigned to the after sales service as stipulated in the Special Conditions]. Any request to pay under the terms of the guarantee must be countersigned by the Head of Delegation of the European Commission in the State of the contracting authority. In case of a temporary substitution of the Contracting authority by the Commission, any request for payment of the guarantee will only bear the signature of the representative of the Commission, whether the Head of Delegation concerned, or the authorised person at Headquarters level (this paragraph must be deleted when the Contracting authority is the Commission) Any dispute concerning this guarantee shall be governed by [enter the law applicable] and fall within the competence of [indicate which jurisdiction applies].

Name: …………………………… Position: ………………… Signature: …………………………… Date: <Date>

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ANNEX V: MODEL ADVANCE GUARANTEE

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MODEL ADVANCE GUARANTEE
[On the headed notepaper of the financial institution providing the guarantee]

<Date>

Title of contract:

Contract for Priority Health Training Supplies at 15 Health Training Schools located across Uganda: <Lot B1, B2, B3 B4> DHRH/CG/B

Publication Reference:

We, the undersigned, [name, company name, address], hereby declare that we will guarantee, not merely jointly and severally, but as principal debtor, to [contracting authority 's name and address] on behalf of [Contractor's name and address], the payment of [indicate the amount of the advance], corresponding to the advance mentioned in Article 29 of the Special Conditions without dispute, on receipt of a first written request from the beneficiary. The guarantee shall enter into force and take effect from the [indicate the date of payment of the advance]. We take note that your release of the guarantee and your advice of release in accordance with Article 29.7 of the General Conditions for supply contracts will follow within 60 days of the provisional acceptance of the supplies or of the date when such acceptance is deemed to have been given under article 39.4 of the said General Conditions. Any request to pay under the terms of the guarantee must be countersigned by the Head of Delegation of the European Commission in the State of the contracting authority. In case of a temporary substitution of the Contracting authority by the Commission, any request for payment of the guarantee will only bear the signature of the representative of the Commission, whether the Head of Delegation concerned, or the authorised person at Headquarters level (this paragraph must be deleted when the Contracting authority is the Commission) Any dispute concerning this guarantee shall be governed by [enter the law applicable] and fall within the competence of [indicate which jurisdiction applies]. Name: …………………………… Position: ………………… Signature: ……………..

Date: <Date>

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ANNEX VI: MODEL RETENTION GUARANTEE

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MODEL RETENTION GUARANTEE
[On the headed notepaper of the financial institution providing the guarantee] <Date>

Title of contract:

Contract for Priority Health Training Supplies at 15 Health Training Schools located across Uganda: <Lot B1, B2, B3 B4> DHRH/CG/B

Publication Reference:

We, the undersigned, [name, company name, address], hereby declare that we will guarantee, not merely jointly and severally, but as principal debtor, to [contracting authority 's name and address] on behalf of [Contractor's name and address], the payment of up to [indicate the amount of the security], corresponding to 10% (ten percent) of the value of the contract as retention money without dispute, on receipt of a first written request from the beneficiary. The guarantee shall enter into force and take effect from date of provisional acceptance of the supplies at the latest. We take note that your release of the guarantee and your advice of release in accordance with article 30.3 of the General Conditions for supply contracts will follow within 90 days of final acceptance of the supplies. Any request to pay under the terms of the guarantee must be countersigned by the Head of Delegation of the European Commission in the State of the contracting authority. In case of a temporary substitution of the Contracting authority by the Commission, any request for payment of the guarantee will only bear the signature of the representative of the Commission, whether the Head of Delegation concerned, or the authorised person at Headquarters level (this paragraph must be deleted when the Contracting authority is the Commission) Any dispute concerning this guarantee shall be governed by [enter the law applicable] and fall within the competence of [indicate which jurisdiction applies]. Name: …………………………… Position: ………………… Signature: ……………..

Date: <Date>

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C.

FURTHER INFORMATION

GLOSSARY ACP States: the African, Caribbean and Pacific States that are signatories of the Revised Lome IV Convention signed in Mauritius on 4 November 1995. Candidate: any natural or legal person or group thereof applying to take part in a restricted procedure. Commission: the European Commission. Community: the European Community. Conflict of interests: any event influencing the capacity of a candidate, tenderer or contractor to given an objective and impartial professional opinion, or preventing him, at any moment, from giving priority to the interests of the contracting authority. Any consideration relating to possible contracts in the future or conflict with other commitments, past or present, of a candidate, tenderer or contractor, or any conflict with his own interests. These restrictions also apply to subcontractors and employees of the candidate, tenderer or contractor. Contracting authority: the State or the public or private legal person concluding the contract, as provided for in the financing agreement. Contractor: the tenderer selected at the end of the procedure for the award of the contract. Day: calendar day. Direct labour operations: projects and programmes implemented through public or semipublic agencies or departments of the ACP State or States concerned or by the person responsible for executing the operation. EDF: the European Development Fund. Evaluation committee: a committee made up of an odd number of members (at least three) possessing the technical and administrative capacities necessary to give an informed opinion on tenders. Framework contract: a fixed-term contract for the provision of an undetermined volume of a specific category of services or supplies. General Conditions: the general contractual provisions setting out the administrative, financial, legal and technical clauses governing the execution of contracts. General Regulations: the general regulations governing works, supply and service contracts financed by the European Development Fund. They also apply to contracts financed from any
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future fund under the Revised Lome IV Convention, save where the ACP-EC Council of Ministers decides otherwise. Head of Delegation: the representative of the Commission in the ACP States. Hybrid contract: a contract between the contracting authority and a service provider, supplier or construction firm covering two or more of the following: works, supplies and services Member State: Member State of the European Community. Most economically advantageous tender: the best tender by the criteria laid down for the contract in question, e.g. quality, technical properties, aesthetic and functional qualities, aftersales service and technical assistance, delivery date or performance period, the price or lowest price. These criteria must be published in the procurement notice or stated in the tender dossier. Negotiated procedure: procedure without prior publication of a procurement notice, in which the contracting authority consults the candidate or candidates of its choice and negotiates the terms of the contract with one or more of them (see points 10.1.2., 14.1.2, 14.2.2 and 19.1.2 of the General Regulations). Open procedure: procedure in which any natural or legal person or group thereof may submit a tender in response to a procurement notice. Relevant media: publication in the Official Journal of the European Union and on the Internet is obligatory for all contracts covered by the General Regulations. Publication in the official journals of the ACP States and, if need be, specialised publications is necessary. Restricted procedure: procedure in which, after publication of a procurement notice, only candidates invited by the contracting authority may submit a tender. Simplified procedure: procedure without prior publication of a procurement notice, in which only candidates invited by the contracting authority may submit tenders. Special Conditions: the special conditions laid down by the contracting authority as an integral part of the tender dossier, including amendments to the General Conditions, clauses specific to the contract, the terms of reference (for a service contract) or technical specifications (for a supply or works contract) and any other point regarding the contract. Study contract: a service contract between a service provider and the contracting authority concerning, for example, identification and preparatory studies for projects, feasibility studies, economic and market studies, technical studies, evaluations and audits. Supply contract: a contract between a supplier and the contracting authority for the purchase, lease, hire or hire-purchase, with or without an option to buy, of goods. It may also cover such tasks as installation, servicing, repairs, training and after-sales service. Technical assistance contract: a contract between a service provider and the contracting authority under which the service provider exercises an advisory role, directs or supervises a project, provides the experts stipulated in the contract or acts as a procurement agent.
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Tender dossier: the dossier, either prepared by the Commission and sent to the contracting authority for approval and launching of the procedure (international tenders) or submitted by the contracting authority for approval to the Head of Delegation before issuing it (all the other tenders) and containing all the documents needed to prepare and submit a tender. Tenderer: any natural or legal person or group of such persons submitting a tender with a view to concluding a contract. Terms of reference: the document drawn up by the contracting authority setting out its requirements and/or objectives in respect of the provision of services, specifying, where relevant, the methods and resources to be used and/or results to be attained. Time limits: periods which begin to run from the day following the act or event which serves as their starting point. Where the last day of a period is not a working day, the period expires at the end of the next working day.

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ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLIANCE GRID (To be customised according to the specific project). The criteria indicated are those used by the Evaluation Committee. Contract title :
Tender envelope number

SUPPLY CONTRACT FOR PRIORITY HEALTH TRAINING SUPPLIES AT 15 HTIs IN UGANDA
Is tenderer’s (consortium) nationality eligible?2 (Y/N) Is documentation complete?

Tender reference :
Is tender submission form complete? (Y/N) Is tenderer's declaration signed (by all consortium members, for a consortium)? (Y/N/ NA)

DHRH/CG/B
Other administrative requirements for tender dossier? (Y/N/NA) Overall decision? (Accept / Reject)

Name of tenderer

Is language as required?

(Y/N)

(Y/N)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Chairman's name Chairman's signature Date
2

If the tender has been submitted by a consortium, the nationalities of all the consortium partners must be eligible

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EVALUATION GRID The criteria indicated are those used by the Evaluation Committee.
The grid must be completed by the Evaluation Committee Annex III Technical Offer should be annexed to this grid in case its columns “Evaluation Committee’s notes” have been completed.]
Contract title :

SUPPLY CONTRACT FOR PRIORITY HEALTH TRAINING SUPPLIES AT 15 HTIs IN UGANDA Compliance with technical specifications? (OK/a/b/…) Ancillary services as required? (OK/a/b/…/NA) Professional capacity? (OK/a/b/…) Economic & financial capacity? (OK/a/b/…)

Publication reference :

DHRH/CG/B
Technically compliant? (Y/N)

Tender envelope No

Technical capacity? (OK/a/b/…)

Rules of origin respected? Name of Tenderer (Y/N)

Subcontracting statement in accordance with art 6 of the General Conditions? (Y/N)

Other technical requirements in tender dossier? (Yes/No/Not applicable)

Notes:

1 2 3 4

Evaluator's name & signature Evaluator's name & signature Evaluator's name & signature Date

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FINANCIAL IDENTIFICATION FORM

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FINANCIAL IDENTIFICATION
PRIVACY STATEMENT

http://ec.europa.eu/budget/execution/legal_entities_fr.htm

ACCOUNT NAME
ACCOUNT NAME (1)

ADDRESS

TOWN/CITY COUNTRY

POSTCODE

CONTACT TELEPHONE E-MAIL FAX

BANK
BANK NAME

BRANCH ADDRESS

TOWN/CITY POSTAL CODE ACCOUNT NUMBER IBAN (2) COUNTRY

REMARKS:

BANK STAMP + SIGNATURE OF BANK REPRESENTATIVE
(Both Obligatory)(3)

DATE + SIGNATURE ACCOUNT HOLDER :
(Obligatory)

DATE
(1) (2) (3)

The name or title under which the account has been opened and not the name of the authorized agent If the IBAN Code (International Bank account number) is applied in the country where your bank is situated It is preferable to attach a copy of recent bank statement, in which event the stamp of the bank and the signatureof the bank's

representative are not required. The signature of the account-holder is obligatory in all cases.

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LEGAL IDENTIFICATION FORM

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LEGAL ENTITIES PRIVACY STATEMENT http://ec.europa.eu/budget/execution/legal_entities_fr.htm PRIVATE COMPANIES TYPE OF COMPANY NGO YES NO (Non Governmental Organisation)

NAME(S)

ABBREVIATION

ADDRESS OF HEAD OFFICE

POSTAL CODE

P.O. BOX

TOWN / CITY

COUNTRY

VAT (1)

PLACE OF REGISTRATION

DATE OF REGISTRATION D D REGISTRATION No(2) M M Y Y Y Y

PHONE

FAX

E-MAIL THIS "LEGAL ENTITIES" FORM SHOULD BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED TOGETHER WITH: 1. A COPY OF THE VAT REGISTRATION DOCUMENT IF APPLICABLE AND IF THE VAT NUMBER DOES NOT APPEAR ONTHE OFFICIAL DOCUMENT REFERRED TO AT 2 BELOW. 2. A COPY OF SOME OFFICIAL DOCUMENT (OFFICIAL GAZETTE, COMPANY REGISTER ETC.) SHOWING THE NAME OFTHE LEGAL ENTITY, THE ADDRESS OF THE HEAD OFFICE AND THE REGISTRATION NUMBER GIVEN TO IT BY THENATIONAL AUTHORITIES. DATE AND SIGNATURE OF AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVE

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TENDER FORM FOR A SUPPLY CONTRACT
Publication reference: DHRH/GG/B Title of contract: Contract for Priority Health Training Supplies at 15 Health Training Schools located across Uganda: <Lot B1, B2, B3 B4>

<place and date to be filled> To: The National Authorising Officer for the EDF Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development Plot 2-12, Sir Apollo Kaggwa Road Ministry of Finance Building, 4th Floor Aid Liaison Department, Office 4.11 P.O. Box 8147, Kampala UGANDA Tel: +256.41.4.342367 Fax: +256.41.4.342370

<The form must include a signed declaration using the annexed format from each legal entity making the application. Any additional documentation (brochure, letter, etc) sent with the form will not be taken into consideration. Applications being submitted by a consortium (i.e. either a permanent, legally-established grouping or a grouping which has been constituted informally for a specific tender procedure) must follow the instructions applicable to the consortium leader and its members. An economic operator may, where appropriate and for a particular contract, rely on the capacities of other entities, regardless of the legal nature of the links which it has with them. It must in that case prove to the contracting authority that it will have at its disposal the resources necessary for performance of the contract, for example by producing an undertaking on the part of those entities to place those resources at its disposal. Such entities, for instance the parent company of the economic operator, must respect the same rules of eligibility and notably that of nationality, as the economic operator.>

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1

SUBMITTED BY
Name(s) of tenderer(s) Leader Nationality2

Member

Etc …

1

Add/delete additional lines for members, as appropriate. Note that a subcontractor is not considered to be a member for the purposes of this tender procedure. Subsequently, the data of the subcontractor must not appear in the data related to the economic, financial and professional capacity. If this tender is being submitted by an individual tenderer, the name of the tenderer should be entered as 'leader' (and all other lines should be deleted) 2 Country in which the legal entity is registered

2

CONTACT PERSON (for this tender)
Name Address Telephone Fax E-mail

3

TENDERER'S DECLARATION(S)
To be completed and signed by the tenderer (including one from each member in a consortium). In response to your letter of invitation to tender for the above contract, we, the undersigned, hereby declare that:

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We have examined and accept in full the content of the dossier for invitation to tender No DHRH/CG/B of <date of invitation to tender to be inserted>. We hereby accept its provisions in their entirety, without reservation or restriction. We offer to deliver, in accordance with the terms of the tender dossier and the conditions and time limits laid down, without reserve or restriction:

2

“Priority Health Training Supplies under the DHRH Project <insert lot>” as provided for in Annex III / Model Financial Bid / Quantified List of Supplies for Pricing of the tender dossier, and of the following origin: <fill country(ies) of origin of the supplies>
3 The price of our tender, <excluding the discounts described under point 4> is: <currency and amount in words and in figures> We will grant a discount of <insert percentage or amount in words and in figures> in the event of our being awarded the supply contract. This tender is valid for a period of 90 days from the final date for submission of tenders, i.e. until <date to be filled>. If our tender is accepted, we undertake to provide a performance guarantee of ten (10) percent of the EDF component of the Contract Price as required by Article 11 of the Special Conditions. Our firm/company <and our subcontractors, if applicable> has/have the following nationality: <nationalities to be filled by the tenderer> We are making this application in our own right <only if applicable: and as partner in the consortium led by < name of the leader / ourselves >>. We confirm that we are not tendering for the same contract in any other form. < We confirm, as a partner in the consortium, that all partners are jointly and severally liable by law for the performance of the contract, that the lead partner is authorised to bind, and receive instructions for and on behalf of, each member, that the performance of the contract, including payments, is the responsibility of the lead partner, and that all partners in the joint venture/consortium are bound to remain in the joint venture/consortium for the entire period of the contract's execution>. We are not in any of the situations excluding us from participating in contracts which are listed in Article 3 of the instructions to tenderers. We agree to abide by the ethics clauses in Clause 23 of the instructions to tenderers and, in particular, have no potential conflict of interests with other candidates or other parties in the tender procedure at the time of the submission of this application. We will inform the Contracting Authority immediately if there is any change in the above circumstances at any stage during the implementation of the contract. We also fully recognise and accept that any inaccurate or incomplete information deliberately provided in this application may result in our exclusion from this and other contracts funded by the European Communities. We note that the Contracting Authority is not bound to proceed with this invitation to tender and that it reserves the right to award only part of the contract. It will incur no liability towards us should it do so.

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

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Name and first name: <to be filled by tenderer>

Duly authorised to sign this tender on behalf of: <to be filled by tenderer>

Place and date: <to be filled by tenderer>

Stamp of the firm/company: <to be inserted by tenderer>

This tender includes the following annexes: < numbered list of annexes with titles to be filled by tenderer>

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<On the headed notepaper of the financial institution providing the guarantee > MODEL TENDER GUARANTEE

<Date>

For the attention of: The National Authorising Officer for the EDF Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development Plot 2-12, Sir Apollo Kaggwa Road Ministry of Finance Building, 4th Floor Aid Liaison Department, Office 4.11 P.O. Box 8147, Kampala UGANDA Tel: +256.41.4.342367 Fax: +256.41.4.342370 referred to below as the “Contracting Authority”

Title of contract:

Contract for Priority Health Training Supplies at 15 Health Training Schools located across Uganda: <Lot B1, B2, B3 B4> DHRH/CG/B

Publication Reference:

We, the undersigned, <name, company name, address>, hereby declare that we will guarantee, not merely jointly and severally, but as principal debtor, to <Contracting Authority’s name and address> on behalf of <Contractor's name and address> the payment to the Contracting Authority of <Euro 4,000 for Lot B.1, Euro 2,500 for Lot B.2, Euro 4,000 for Lot B.3, Euro 3,500 for Lot B.4> or the equivalent in the currency of the tenderer's country of establishment (EU member or ACP state). This amount(s) representing the guarantee(s) referred to in articles 11 and 22 of Part A – Instructions to Tenderers. The guarantee(s) will enter into force and take effect from the <submission deadline>. We note that you will release the guarantee(s) and notify us of the fact at the latest within sixty (60) days of the expiry of the tender validity period, including any extensions, in accordance with Article 8 of the Instructions to Tenderers. Any request to pay under the terms of the guarantee(s) must be countersigned by the Head of Delegation of the European Commission in the State of the Contracting Authority. Any dispute concerning this guarantee(s) shall be governed by the laws of the Republic of Uganda and fall within the competence of the courts of the Republic of Uganda. Name: …………………………… Position: ………………… Signature: …………….. Date:
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