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Haiti - NOTICE : Call for expression of interest
07/09/2020 09:53:09

Haiti - NOTICE : Call for expression of interest
As part of the establishment of a private library, the Haitian company BIBLIOTHECOM® is launching a call for tenders open to all in order to acquire the most old or newly published documents (Haitian or foreign) which mainly deal with subjects on the history and culture of Haiti (Santo Domingo) covering the entire colonial period up to the 20th century. Whether new or used.

All persons or institutions who legally possess one or more documents on the history and culture of Haiti for the period indicated and who are interested in selling them, are requested to contact BIBLIOTHECOM® at the following coordinates:

Email : amedie@bibliotheque2030.org
Phone : (509) 4732-2450.

This call remains open for an indefinite period and does not require any formal process. However, BIBLIOTHECOM® reserves the right, under the instructions of the persons in charge of the Library, to limit the quantity of documents to be acquired according to their budgetary forecasts.

BIBLIOTHECOM®, as a service provider, remains convinced that access to relevant documentation and information services, facilitated by the availability of libraries, contributes to sustainable development.

HL/ HaitiLibre

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