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14 schools to come up within 3rd package of Qatar Schools PPP devpt programme

14 schools to come up within 3rd package 
of Qatar Schools PPP devpt programme

QNA
Doha
Fourteen schools will be constructed in the third package of Qatar Schools Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Development Programme.
This was announced by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI), in cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MoEHE) and the Public Works Authority (Ashghal), on Monday.
In a statement, the MoCI said the third package includes four secondary schools, five preparatory schools, four primary schools, and one school for students with special needs. The aim is to meet the increasing demand in the education sector in line with the population growth and the number of students enrolled in schools while achieving continuous improvement in the quality of education.
The scope of the project includes designing and constructing 14 schools, demolition work in evacuated schools, financing the project, operation and maintenance for a 25-year concession period, and handing over the assets to the authority at the end of the term.
The MoCI, MoEHE and Ashghal have called on interested parties to submit letters of intent to develop Qatari schools within Qatar Schools Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Development Programme (package 3) in the design, construction, financing, operation and maintenance system, and then transferring the ownership of 14 new schools.
The purpose of submitting letters of interest is to invite Qatari and international companies and consortiums that are capable of implementing the project by expressing their desire to implement the project. The qualification request documents will be issued after receiving the letters of interest requests from the interested companies.
Thereafter a meeting will be held with the companies interested in the project during the qualification request period in order to provide more information and answer the questions received from them.
Interested bodies can submit documents and submit letters of interest, through www.ashghal.gov.qa. All documents along with a valid commercial register must be sent electronically to EOIashghal.gov.qa no later than March 9, 2021, before 1 pm, Doha time.
It is worth mentioning that Qatar Schools Public-Private Partnership Development Programme includes the development of 47 schools in four packages.