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District Water & Sanitation Mission, Ramgarh, invites ad agencies for total sanitation campaign

19-November-2010
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District Water & Sanitation Mission, Ramgarh, invites ad agencies for total sanitation campaign

The District Water and Sanitation Mission, Ramgarh (Chhattisgarh) has invited proposals from ad agencies and NGOs for outdoor publicity, promotions and canvassing of the Water Quality Preservation and Monitoring programme and Total Sanitation Campaign (Sampurna Swachhata Abhiyaan).

Successful bidders will be responsible for displaying advertisements on hoardings in different zones under the scheme. They will also have to organise various on ground activities such as ‘nukkad natak’ (street theatre) and road shows to create awareness about the progammes.

Under the terms, successful bidders shall be required to carry out the following publicity, promotions and canvassing activities:

• Display of advertisements on four hoardings of 4.5m X 3m size in each of the zones for the Water Quality Preservation and Monitoring programme.

• Display of advertisements on 21 hoardings of 6m X 3m size in each of the zones for the Total Sanitation Campaign.

• Execute publicity campaign related to sanitation activities in 143 panchayats and 334 villages of different blocks by using a sanitary cart, mobile van hoardings, organising ‘nukkad natak’ and arranging posters, hand bills, etc., for 10 days in each block.

• Organise a one-day workshop in Mandu block.

Duly completed tenders have to be submitted to the Office of the Acting Engineer, District Water and Sanitation Mission, Ramgarh, latest by 3 pm of November 21, 2010. The tenders will be opened on the same day at 4.30 pm.

 

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