Provision of Health Insurance for Handicap International – Yemen (توفير التامين الصحي للمنظمة) 220 views

 

Tender Invitation

Handicap International (HI) Emergency Response Division, within its programs implemented in Yemen invites sealed tenders from registered suppliers for the Provision of Health Insurance for HI_YEMEN – J91_001ASSPERS2020002.

HI – Yemen Mission intends to award a framework contract for the Provision of Health Insurance for HI_YEMEN in the framework of humanitarian programs funded by all HI donors. Through this tendering process, Handicap International will select one service provider or more with whom a yearly framework contract will be signed and likely to extend for another year for the following information:

Currently HI have (±120) regular HI staff and his /her dependents are to be included in the coverage (total individuals per month (±450) Person

  1. HI employee (male or female)
  2. Spouse (one spouse)
  3. Children from Age 1 day to 18 years old.

Age band/class/co-insurance-per person

Unit

QTY

Annual Premiums in USD

Beneficiaries 

1 day – 18 years

Person

200

Children

19 years – 65 years

Person

250

Employee /spouse

Optional: At the cost of the employee, HI may facilitate the parent’s coverage and deduct it from whom are interested to include their parents:

Age band/ class/co-insurance-per person

Unit

QTY

Annual Premiums in USD

Beneficiaries 

45 – 100 years (optional)

Person

(±40)

parents

The detailed description and conditions of the provision required bidding documents, in English, will be collected free of charge by all interested/related bidders from the following address:

HANDICAP INTERNATIONAL – Yemen

Address: Sana’a Hadah Street. Behind UN Compound – Sana’a – Yemen

From 09:00HRS to 15:30HRS.

Or should send a request to [email protected]

For additional help please reach the following number: +967 730 364 364

  • To help us track our procurement effort, please indicate in your email where (ngotenders.net) you saw this tender/procurement notice.

This tender is open for all qualified bidders and service providers. Bidders shall send their proposal to the address above not later than 31st of Dec, 2020 (Yemen Standard Time) in a sealed envelope with the reference and note mention below:

“Not to be opened before the Tender opening session”.

Provision of Health Insurance for HI_YEMEN – J91_001ASSPERS2020002

Any requests after the deadline will not be considered

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Co-recipient of the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize, Humanity & Inclusion (the new name of Handicap International) is a 38-year-old independent and impartial organization working in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster.

We work alongside people with disabilities and vulnerable populations, taking action and bearing witness in order to respond to their essential needs, improve their living conditions and promote respect for their dignity and fundamental rights.

With local partners, we run programs in health and rehabilitation and social and economic integration. We work with local authorities to clear landmines and other war debris and to prevent mine-related accidents through education. We respond quickly and effectively to natural and civil disasters in order to limit serious and permanent injuries and to assist survivors’ recovery and reintegration. We advocate for the universal recognition of the rights of people with disabilities through national planning and advocacy.

Humanity & Inclusion is the world’s most comprehensive mine action charity. The heart of this action is victim assistance—this was our beginning in 1982—but teams also prevent injuries through weapons and landmine clearance, risk education activities, stockpile management, and advocacy to ban landmines and cluster bombs.

Humanity & Inclusion U.S.
In the U.S., Humanity & Inclusion is a 501(c)(3) organization, and a member of the Humanity & Inclusion Network, which includes the Humanity & Inclusion Network, headquartered in Lyon, France, and eight national associations. Humanity & Inclusion U.S. and the national associations in Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Switzerland, and the U.K. raise funds and awareness in support of programs in nearly 60 countries. The Humanity & Inclusion Network implements these programs.

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