WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO) has floated a tender for Hospital/clinical Waste Management Project, Nauru. The project location is Nauru and the tender is closing on 17 Aug 2020. The tender notice number is WPRO/2020-08/NRU_IPC/TN111956/lal, while the TOT Ref Number is 44731928. Bidders can have further information about the tender and can request the complete tender document by Registering on the site.

Expired Tender

Procurement Summary

Country : Nauru

Summary : Hospital/clinical Waste Management Project, Nauru

Deadline : 17 Aug 2020

Other Information

TOT Ref.No.: 44731928

Document Ref. No. : WPRO/2020-08/NRU_IPC/TN111956/lal

Competition : ICB

Financier : World Health Organization (WHO)

Purchaser's Detail

Purchaser : WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO)
Email: wproungm@who.int
First name: Peter
Surname: Ellison
Nauru
Email :wproungm@who.int

Tender Details

Tender are invited for Hospital/clinical Waste Management Project, Nauru
Deadline : 17-Aug-2020 00:00 (GMT 8.00)
Published : 03-Aug-2020
Type of Notice : Request for EOI
Beneficiary Country/Territory : Nauru
Reference : WPRO/2020-08/NRU_IPC/TN111956/lal
Description : BACKGROUND
Although Nauru has, so far, no cases of COVID-19, the country has declared COVID-19 as a public health emergency. The zero-case of COVID19 in the country is attributed to observing quarantine and travel entry and exit restrictions, thereby poses minimal risk of importation.
However, there are important economic reasons to reopen its borders and hence the needs for the country to be well-prepared to manage possible COVID-19 incident in the country and the paramount importance of the infection prevention and control (IPC) programme in place.
The IPC management in the country requires basic resources and infrastructure including personal protection equipment (PPE), environmental cleaning, provision of basic water, sanitation and hygiene facilities (WASH) and safe disposal of medical waste or health care waste.
Medical waste constitutes, but not limited to sharps, blood, body fluids, contaminated PPE, chemicals and expired drugs and all other waste which could present risk to hospital patients, health care personnel and general public.
Health care waste in a facility should be managed from point of its generation to final disposal and removal.
This document is posted in the UNGM, calling for interested parties to submit a proposal for the installation, commissioning and start-operation of a non-burning medical waste systems or technology for Nauru.

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