Oversight Services for the Construction of 16 Type Ii Rural Health Centers and for the Design and Construction of Nampula Regional Warehouses

Mozambique is one of fourteen priority countries targeted by the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). USAID/Mozambique, in collaboration with the Government of Mozambique’s (GRM) Ministry of Health (MoH), created the Health Infrastructure Development Program (HIDP) to support GRM’s efforts to improve and expand health care services for the people of Mozambique. The HIDP was designed for construction and rehabilitation of health facilities, medical staff housing, training establishments, laboratories, and warehouses. The construction oversight services are intended to support USAID/Mozambique’s small infrastructure team by providing access to specialist A&E services and technical expertise required to undertake oversight activities. Under this mechanism, and upon USAID’s request, a contractor may be solicited to provide technical and financial proposals to oversee other infrastructure projects still under consideration.


Oversight services comprises overseeing construction of 16 Type II Rural Health Centers (RHCs) in Tete (6 RHCs), Zambézia (5 RHCs) and Nampula (5 RHCs) provinces and Nampula regional pharmaceutical warehouse. 


Construction of 16 Type II Rural Health Center complying with USAID and local construction standards

Construction of Nampula Pharmaceutical Regional Warehouse complying with USAID and local construction standards.


Last updated: March 02, 2020

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