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INVITATION TO BID
DRUG and MEDICAL SUPPLIES


Cambodian children's fund (CCF) is a non-profit organization founded in 2004. Our mission is to break cycles of poverty and abuse and to create positive change in Cambodia through intervention and education for the most impoverished and underserved children and their families by providing services such as education, childcare, health care, vocational training and community outreach.

Cambodian children's fund (CCF) wishes to invite all qualified bidders/pharmaceutical companies to contact the Procurement Unit at the address below to receive the Bidding Documents (The documents are available for free of charge).

Bids must be delivered to CCF at the address below no later than Monday 28th December 2015 at 3:00 PM local time in a sealed envelope marked "Drugs Medical Supplies Bidding Documents".

Please note that only bids, which are materially compliant with the specifications and requirements as outlined in the CCF's Bidding Document, may be accepted.

Cambodian children's fund (CCF)
House # 222, St 6BT, Chamroeun Phal Village. Sangkat Beung Tumpun, Khan Meanchey, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Tel: 855-23 990 994/855-70 666 344/855-70 666 269
 

Attn: Procurement Unit


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