Prequalification of suppliers-2019 and 2020

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Development Alternatives (DAI) was incorporated in 1970 with a mission of making lasting difference in the world by helping people improve their lives. DAI envisions a world in which communities and societies become more prosperous, fairer and better governed, safer, healthier, and environmentally more sustainable. To meet its obligations under the various ongoing projects in Kenya, DAI is hereby inviting bidders to submit applications for expression of interest to be considered for the supply of goods /provision of services in one or more of the following categories for its Nairobi based offices, for the period 2019-2020:

EOI Number



Supply of stationery


Supply of design and print branding Materials


Supply of general Kitchen consumables.


Supply of computers, Toners  and related ICT equipment


Supply of branded hygiene Kits ( Water storage and hand washing buckets, ORT Kits  and related consumables)


Supply of airtime


Supply of SaTo Hygienic Toilet Pans  or equivalent safe Toilet


Provision of internet services


Provision of Guarding and alarm response back up services


Provision of Office cleaning management services


Provision of office repair/renovations and Maintenance services


Provision of Insurance brokerage services


Provision of Photography and videography 


Provision Event Management services


Provision of catering services


Provision of Car hire services


Provision of Taxi Services


Provision of Generator servicing and Maintenance


Service and Maintenance of ICT systems

Mandatory statutory documents

All applicants must submit all the following mandatory documents as an attachment to their expression of interest:

  1. Copy of certificate of incorporation/registration.
  2. A copy of current and valid Tax Compliance certificate
  3. PIN certificate.
  4. Duly signed audited financial statement for the immediate last two years.
  5. A certified true copy of CR12.For insurance brokers (Attach IRA & AIBK current year licenses and a professional indemnity cover of at least Kes 30 Million)
  6. A duly completed EOI application form available on

Interested bidders should submit the EOI documents as an email attachment to [email protected] by March 17, 2019.



This EOI is free of charge, the issuance of this EOI solicitation does NOT in any way obligate DAI into making an award. Applicants will not be reimbursed for any costs associated with the preparation of their bids.

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