Request for proposal (RFP) for Producing shop signage for Community Paramedic service outlets

As an initiative to support Bangladesh in reaching the target of ensuring quality healthcare services for rural level communities, Swisscontact, in association with Novartis, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and Julius Baer Foundation, is implementing the ASTHA (Achieving Sustainability Towards Healthcare Access) project. The project facilitates the development and integration of Community Paramedic services in rural Bangladesh. Its focus is to increase healthcare outreach in the rural inaccessible areas, with special attention to Maternal and Child Health (MCH), Family Planning (FP) and Essential Primary Healthcare Services. 

To support the self-practicing Community Paramedics of the different districts, ASTHA will appoint a vendor who will need to produce shop signage for community paramedic (CP) service outlets (also known as CP signage).

The objective of the assignment is to produce shop signage for Community Paramedic service outlets. 

For the specification of the signage please see the detailed ToR

Interested parties are requested to submit the price quotation with required samples mentioned in the ToR to the following address by October 27, 2021, before 4:00 pm.

Samaun Bhuiyan
Sr. Officer, Procurement
Swisscontact Bangladesh
House 28, Road 43, Gulshan 2
Dhaka‐1212, Bangladesh

The subject line of the envelop must be marked with the title: “Procurement of CP Signage for ASTHA”

Please find the detailed ToR in the following links:

ToR_ Procurement of CP signage for ASTHA