eC2: Lighting Africa, Nigeria – Consumer Education: Above the Line Phase 3

Deadline:  31-Jan-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) Solar-street-lights-in-Guinea1

Lighting Africa is a joint World Bank/IFC program aimed at helping 250 million people in Sub-Saharan Africa, especially rural, urban, and sub-urban consumers without electricity access to high-quality, safe, and reliable lighting products by the year 2030.
Launched in March 2015 and scheduled to end in April 2019, the Lighting Africa (Nigeria) Program has committed significant resources and worked closely with a range of key stakeholders to develop an off-grid energy market in Nigeria. The market is now in its early growth stage. As the program enters its final quarter, consumer education is focused on addressing the perception, knowledge and purchase barriers encountered by consumers. Accordingly, IFC is soliciting proposals from marketing communications firms to develop and implement a close-out above-the-line consumer education program that builds on previous efforts to drive rapid consumer uptake of quality verified solar lighting products.

See full tender here: lighting africa, nigeria consumer education- above the line phase 3

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Tender notification: # 1260967

Assignment Countries:

  • NG – Nigeria