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INVITATION TO BID

DRUG & MEDICAL SUPPLIES


Marie Stopes International Cambodia (MSIC) is an organization specializing in family planning, and sexual reproductive health service delivery. MSIC wishes to contract with eligible suppliers for the provision of Drug and Medical Supplies for a one year period.

In this regards, MSIC wishes to invite all qualified bidders to contact the Procurement & Logistics Department at the address below to receive the RFP Documents for drug medical Supplies (The documents are available for free of charge).

MSIC will arrange a briefing session for the above procurement notice which will be held on Tuesday 10 March 2015 at 9:30AM at the address below.

Bids must be delivered to MSIC at the address below no later than 16 March 2015 at 2:30PM local time in a sealed envelope marked “Drug & Medical Supplies Proposal”.

Please note that only bids, which are materially compliant with the specifications and requirements as outlined in the RFP document, will be accepted.

Marie Stopes International Cambodia (MSIC)
House # 12, St 41, Village No 10. Sangkat Tonlee Basac, Khan Chamcarmorn, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Tel: (855-23) 994 083/ 994 082

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