Based on the quality of the bids submitted, WHO intends to select a preferred bidder with a view to concluding a Long Term Agreement (LTA) where applicable with such successful bidder.
The bid will be evaluated in terms of the WHO procurement policy, rules and procedures. To pay invoices timely for services ordered by WHO for conferences, meetings, workshops etc.
Type of Service
The service provider should be able to offer all-inclusive varieties of healthy meals, none alcoholic beverages, snacks, vegetables/salads and other items (not limited to free issuance) on daily basis from Monday to Friday to staff.
There should be consideration of multicultural nature of the staff and visitors, therefore varieties of foods should cater for both national and intemational clients.
Hygiene should be observed in the preparation and serving of food at all times.
The Caterer, In accordance with WHO policy of equal treatment, the successful bidder must treat all staff and other people at the canteen, equally.
Operating Costs, Rental and Utilities
WHO will waive rent and utility charges from the service provider.
In return WHO expects a discounted negotiated prices for all meals and services to staff and people who will use the canteen.
Maintenance and Equipment
The general facilities provided by WHO, the maintenance of which, remains the responsibility the WHO; the contract will stipulate the rights and obligations of both parties.
All the equipment provided by the supplier will be maintained by the supplier.
The service provider will ensure that his equipment is protected against damage molting from power fluctuation.
Duration of Contract