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PIB NO: 14.094 for Textbook provision for STEM secondary schools in Egypt

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PIB NO: 14.094 for Textbook provision for STEM secondary schools in Egypt

USAID PROCUREMENT INFORMATION BULLETIN
PIB NO: 14.094 for Textbook provision for STEM secondary schools in Egypt
DATE: 07/17/2014

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Office of Acquisition Assistance Washington, D.C. 20523
Commodity Division (202) 567-4709
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Country:              Egypt

Authority:            Cooperative Agreement No. 263-A-12-00005

Source/Origin:      Geographic Code 937

Contact:             nesreen.hussein@worldlearning.org

RFQ:                  Request for Proposals for Supply and Delivery of textbooks (student and teacher guides) for STEM secondary schools in Egypt.

Bid Deadline:       5:00 p.m. Cairo Local Time of August 7, 2014

The USAID (United States Agency for International Development) funded project ECASE-The Education Consortium for the Advancement of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) in Egypt, implemented by World Learning, is interested in procuring Text Books for the Ministry of  Education STEM Schools in Egypt.  ECASE presently works in collaboration with the MOE to develop STEM curriculum for 2-5 model STEM secondary schools with a potential for school replication nationwide. The Egyptian STEM school curriculum ensures that student learning is integrated across a range of non-STEM disciplines to facilitate a transdisciplinary, integrated, and hands-on learning environment. It emphasizes the teacher's critical role as a designer of student learning, by helping teachers clarify learning goals, devise revealing assessments of student understanding, and craft effective and engaging learning activities in conjunction with student capstone projects that are innovative and holistic, focusing on demonstrating Egyptian students’ abilities to operationalize the curriculum in a practical applied way that aims to solve Egypt's Grand Challenges.

Please write to nesreen.hussein@worldlearning.org and mostafa.mohamed@worldlearning.org  to receive an electronic copy of the tender documents. The Deadline to submit your technical and financial proposals is August 7, 2014. EGYPTIAN AND INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO PARTICIPATE.

The Proposal shall comprise two separate envelopes. One envelope will contain the Technical Proposal and the second envelope will contain the Financial Proposal. A copy of both proposals must be provided on two separate electronic format “CD” (one CD for the Technical Proposal and one CD for the Cost Proposal).  International Tenderers are permitted to send electronic/soft copy to ECASE project office in Cairo in lieu of hard copy submissions.

Attention to:

Nesreen Hussein                                Mostafa Mohamed Hassan

Procurement Manager                        Procurement Officer

World Learning Organization                World Learning Organization

nesreen.hussein@worldlearning.org  mosata.mohamed@worldlearning.org

Address: 52 Maadi Corniche, 11th floor, Maadi, Cairo, Egypt

Each envelope and each document/file must be marked with the word ECASE Project, RFP# 0069 and Cooperative Agreement Number (USAID263-A-12-00005).