Government of Guatemala Invites Bids for Uniforms

The Ministry of Education will auction the purchase of 200.000 uniforms for school students in marginal areas.

Friday, January 7, 2011

The acquisition falls under the "Uniforming Solidarity” program. reports in their article, "According to the official, the purchase includes 100 thousand sets of uniforms for children- pants, shirt, shoes - and 100 thousand for girls -skirt, blouse and shoes - at a cost of approximately $ 15 each. The bid terms will specify sizes."

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