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Nepal Agricultural Services Development Programme (NASDP) Phase I.

Swiss Agency for Development Cooperation Division: South Asia | Published March 7, 2015  -  Deadline April 3, 2015
cpvs
98300000

1. Reinforcing farmer's voice: NASDP will strengthen the Research — Extension — Education triangle and reinforce the position of farmers as actors in the innovation system and not mere subjects of the relations between research, extension and education. This is central to outcome 1 and will include a beneficiary assessment and the inclusion of measures to address the needs of different categories of farmers, especially of women and the disadvantaged. As mentioned above, NASDP will cooperate closely with SBLL and other development projects to reach this objective. 2. Strengthening and establishing AFECs: NASDP will continue to support the development of AFEC in each VDC as the entry point for agriculture development activities. This measure is a continuation of SDC strategy, is in line with MoAD policies, and is seen as a precursor of the Community Agricultural Extension Service Centers (CAESC) planned in the ADS. 3. Improving the quality and relevance of research and extension services: NASDP will strengthen the capacity of existing public and private research and extension service providers to address the need identified in the AFECs. This will include up-scaling and mainstreaming mechanisms to promote best practices and appropriate incentive systems: — Integration of the agricultural education system in the innovation system; — Facilitate and fund collaborative activities between the various innovation actors to enhance coordination and increase the relevance of research outputs; — Continued attention to gender and social inclusion considerations. 4. Increase the critical mass of scientists and improve the research process in Nepal to respond to the productivity and production challenges of tomorrow including the feminisation of agriculture due to migration and climate change. NASDP will allocate a specific budget to support the research process to ensure the participation of agriculture science in agriculture innovation in the country. 5. Use the opportunities offered by remittances and returnee migrants: NASDP will support the agriculture innovation process at district level and will use innovative approaches to gather and publicize the best agri-business options for investment and offer innovation brokerage services to returnee migrants who might be interested in using their new skills and capital for agri-business investment. This intervention targeting remittances and returnee migrants will broaden the impact of the SDC funded Safer Migration and SKILL projects. 6. Continued attention will be given to gender, social, economic and geographic exclusion and due consideration to migration: the current massive youth outmigration has multiple and complex links with agricultural development. The high differentiation of Nepal society has led in the past to polarization and social conflict. NASDP will identify mechanisms that value diversity and fund joint innovation research and extension programs. Specifically, NASDP programs will recognize women as independent and autonomous farmers, and will work to ensure women's access to means of production and enhance their leadership competence and improving women's position in the different bodies supported by NASDP.

Nepal Agricultural Services Development Programme (NASDP) Phase 1

Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDC Regional Cooperation South Asia Division | Published January 6, 2015  -  Deadline February 9, 2015
cpvs
98300000

1. Reinforcing farmer’s voice: NASDP will strengthen the Research – Extension – Education triangle and reinforce the position of farmers as actors in the innovation system and not mere subjects of the relations between research, extension and education. This is central to outcome 1 and will include a beneficiary assessment and the inclusion of measures to address the needs of different categories of farmers, especially of women and the disadvantaged. NASDP will cooperate closely with SBLL and other development projects to reach this objective. 2. Strengthening and establishing AFECs: NASDP will continue to support the development of AFEC in each VDC as the entry point for agriculture development activities. This measure is a continuation of SDC strategy, is in line with MoAD policies, and is seen as a precursor of the Community Agricultural Extension Service Centers (CAESC) planned in the ADS. 3. Improving the quality and relevance of research and extension services: NASDP will strengthen the capacity of existing public and private research and extension service providers to address the need identified in the AFECs. This will include up-scaling and mainstreaming mechanisms to promote best practices and appropriate incentive systems • Integration of the agricultural education system in the innovation system • Facilitate and fund collaborative activities between the various innovation actors to enhance coordination and increase the relevance of research outputs. • Continued attention to gender and social inclusion considerations. 4. Increase the critical mass of scientists and improve the research process in Nepal to respond to the productivity and production challenges of tomorrow including the feminisation of agriculture due to migration and climate change. NASDP will allocate a specific budget to support the research process to ensure the participation of agriculture science in agriculture innovation in the country. 5. Use the opportunities offered by remittances and returnee migrants: NASDP will support the agriculture innovation process at district level and will use innovative approaches to gather and publicize the best agri-business options for investment and offer innovation brokerage services to returnee migrants who might be interested in using their new skills and capital for agri-business investment. This intervention targeting remittances and returnee migrants will broaden the impact of the SDC funded Safer Migration and SKILL projects. 6. Continued attention will be given to gender, social, economic and geographic exclusion and due consideration to migration: the current massive youth outmigration has multiple and complex links with agricultural development. The high differentiation of Nepal society has led in the past to polarization and social conflict. NASDP will identify mechanisms that value diversity and fund joint innovation research and extension programs. Specifically, NASDP programs will recognize women as independent and autonomous farmers, and will work to ensure women’s access to means of production and enhance their leadership competence and improving women’s position in the different bodies supported by NASDP.

Miscellaneous services

Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDC Regional Cooperation South Asia Division | Published January 7, 2015  -  Deadline February 9, 2015
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98300000

1. Reinforcing farmer's voice: NASDP will strengthen the Research — Extension — Education triangle and reinforce the position of farmers as actors in the innovation system and not mere subjects of the relations between research, extension and education. This is central to outcome 1 and will include a beneficiary assessment and the inclusion of measures to address the needs of different categories of farmers, especially of women and the disadvantaged. NASDP will cooperate closely with SBLL and other development projects to reach this objective. 2. Strengthening and establishing AFECs: NASDP will continue to support the development of AFEC in each VDC as the entry point for agriculture development activities. This measure is a continuation of SDC strategy, is in line with MoAD policies, and is seen as a precursor of the Community Agricultural Extension Service Centers (CAESC) planned in the ADS. 3. Improving the quality and relevance of research and extension services: NASDP will strengthen the capacity of existing public and private research and extension service providers to address the need identified in the AFECs. This will include up-scaling and mainstreaming mechanisms to promote best practices and appropriate incentive systems: — integration of the agricultural education system in the innovation system, — facilitate and fund collaborative activities between the various innovation actors to enhance coordination and increase the relevance of research outputs, — continued attention to gender and social inclusion considerations. 4. Increase the critical mass of scientists and improve the research process in Nepal to respond to the productivity and production challenges of tomorrow including the feminisation of agriculture due to migration and climate change. NASDP will allocate a specific budget to support the research process to ensure the participation of agriculture science in agriculture innovation in the country. 5. Use the opportunities offered by remittances and returnee migrants: NASDP will support the agriculture innovation process at district level and will use innovative approaches to gather and publicize the best agri-business options for investment and offer innovation brokerage services to returnee migrants who might be interested in using their new skills and capital for agri-business investment. This intervention targeting remittances and returnee migrants will broaden the impact of the SDC funded Safer Migration and SKILL projects. 6. Continued attention will be given to gender, social, economic and geographic exclusion and due consideration to migration: the current massive youth outmigration has multiple and complex links with agricultural development. The high differentiation of Nepal society has led in the past to polarization and social conflict. NASDP will identify mechanisms that value diversity and fund joint innovation research and extension programs. Specifically, NASDP programs will recognize women as independent and autonomous farmers, and will work to ensure women's access to means of production and enhance their leadership competence and improving women's position in the different bodies supported by NASDP.

Green Initiative for Afghanistan's Agriculture (GIAA): At the core of the initiative are GIAA's efforts to institutionalize Natural Resource Management (NRM) capacity-building.

Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDCSouth Asia Division | Published November 13, 2015  -  Deadline January 8, 2016
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98300000

The subject of this tender is the implementation of phase 1 of GIAA. Intervention Strategy. At the core of the initiative are GIAA's efforts to institutionalize NRM capacity-building services, for example in curricula for higher education and capacity development of government and private of professionals. This will be pursued through the close collaboration with stakeholders, both public and private, engaged in the area of NRM. Cross-cutting issues such as Gender and Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) will be mainstreamed in the overall project design and in the curricula. A context-sensitive approach has to be adapted for project implementation. In particular, the first phase of GIAA will examine and initiate the process towards the national institutional anchorage of capacity-building and policy dialogue in sustainable land and water management. The idea behind is to create a learning and exchange hub for Afghan professionals from different backgrounds. The external review of SLMP and stake-holder consultations confirm the relevance of such an initiative on the national level. Preliminary consultations with stakeholders have shown a high level of support for the idea. Nevertheless, its intended multi-functionality and its interdisciplinary character pose a particular challenge to identify the optimal institutional anchorage. Examining potential entry points and identifying the optimal anchorage will therefore be a main focus of GIAA's first 2-3 years. Special care will be taken to avoid the creation of an additional or parallel structure and to include relevant government entities to the extent possible. Potential entry points still to be explored include, but are not limited to, government ministries (e.g. MAIL or MRRD), universities (public or private) and the National Environment Protection Agency (NEPA). A close examination of the existing institutional landscape, its capacities and willingness is required. Independent of its anchorage, how-ever, GIAA is understood as a hub for NRM in Afghanistan and will involve a range of stakeholders. To strengthen national ownership, it is foreseen to establish a steering committee with representatives of line ministries, academia and civil society. Working with the government on a technical level, building its capacity and gradually in-creasing its involvement in the project will be an important aspect of GIAA. Currently, the government's institutional capacities are weak and corruption levels are high, and implementing the project through the government is therefore judged to be too risky. GIAA's functions will initially be assumed by an implementing partner. Both lines of intervention — capacity-building activities and policy dialogue/advocacy — will then gradually be handed over to a nationally anchored body, starting in the second phase of the project. The implementing partner will then be responsible for institutional capacity-building and thematic backstopping, to ensure the quality of the trainings provided and funds may be partially channelled through national institutions. The aim of the third phase of the project will be consolidation and institutional sustainability. While the implementation set-up will evolve, GIAA is based around 2 main lines of intervention, which will remain at the core of the project throughout its duration: — 1 line of intervention of GIAA will be the training and coaching of natural resource management professionals. Amongst others, this will include curricula development, internships, short and long term training packages, the development of an advanced studies program in Afghanistan and scholarship offers for Master programs at universities abroad. As there is presently a significant deficit of qualified women professionals in the field of agriculture in general and natural resource management in particular, GIAA will offer special training courses for women field practitioners. GIAA will not directly work with farmers and will not provide extension services. — The other line of intervention is the facilitation of evidence-based policy dialogue. To improve capacities and foster awareness of the importance of sustainable natural re-source management, GIAA will feed evidence from the field into the policy dialogue. To this end, it will provide evidence on policy implementation, participate in fora for policy dialogue and document field experiences. GIAA will arrange exposure visits for government officials, teaching staff from universities and other professionals to introduce them to sustainable land and water management practices. GIAA will also facilitate exchange among the community of practice of natural resource management practitioners, including government staff, and will organize national conferences on topics related to natural resource management.

Agricultural machinery

armasuisse Einkauf und Kooperationen CC WTO | Published November 30, 2016
Winner
Aebi & Co. AG Maschinenfabrik
cpvs
16000000

Monoaxes.

Agricultural machinery

armasuisse Einkauf und Kooperationen CC WTO | Published August 17, 2016  -  Deadline September 7, 2016
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La flotte actuelle de monoaxes de la base logistique de l'armée doit être remplacée. Ces machines sont utilisées pour effectuer des travaux sur les places d'armes, les places de tir et les Aerodromes de l'armée (entretien et estival hivernal). La publication porte sur des monoaxes de deux tailles différentes. L'appel d'offres a pour but de trouver un fournisseur qui livre des engins de la qualité requise et est capable de fournir les prestations exigées. Le mandant conclut un contrat-cadre avec l'auteur de l'offre la plus économiquement avantageuse.

Nepal Agricultural Markets Development Programme (NAMDP) — Phase 1.

Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) Division: South Asia | Published March 7, 2015  -  Deadline April 3, 2015
cpvs
98300000

1. Expansion and up-scaling as well as replication/crowing-in leading to systemic change in selected commodity markets and 2 corss sectors with participation of by poor and disadvantaged producers. 2. Upscaling and replication of successful value addition pilots by producers and market actors. 3. Dessimination and buy-in promotion of Market System Development (MSD)/Markets work for Poor (M4P) knowledge in Nepal's development assistance community. 4. Use the opportunities offered by remittances and returnee migrants: NAMDP will support the innovative approaches to gather and publicize the best agri-business options for investment and offer innovation brokerage services to returnee migrants who might be interested in using their new skills and capital for agri-business investment. This intervention targeting remittances and returnee migrants will broaden the impact of the SDC funded Safer Migration and SKILL projects. 5. Continued attention will be given to gender, social, economic and geographic exclusion and due consideration to migration: the current massive youth outmigration has multiple and complex links with agricultural development. The high differentiation of Nepal society has led in the past to polarization and social conflict. NAMDP will identify mechanisms that value diversity and fund joint innovation programs.

Nutrition sensitive agricultural practices and food systems.

Global Programme Food Security | Published February 13, 2015
Winner
SNV Netherlands Development Organisation
cpvs
98300000

Nutrition sensitive agricultural practices and food systems.

Miscellaneous services

Division: South Asia | Published January 20, 2016
Winner
Swisscontact in consortium with CEAPRED
cpvs
98300000

Nepal Agricultural Markets Development Programme (NAMDP) — Phase 1.

Miscellaneous services

Division: South Asia | Published October 21, 2015
Winner
Helvetas Swiss Intercooperation
cpvs
98300000

Nepal Agricultural Services Development Programme (NASDP) Phase I.

SharePoint Facilitation for SDC Networks

Federal Department of Foreign Affairs FDFA Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDC | Published January 4, 2016  -  Deadline February 15, 2016
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79990000

The three SDC networks Poverty and Wellbeing, Health Agriculture & Food Security generate, mobilize and manage relevant knowledge within SDC as well as at the Global level. They provide the state of the art of knowledge and facilitate exchange of knowledge between Development practitioners aiming at more effective development interventions. The three networks have a total membership of around 600 highly experienced development professionals from more than 100 countries and from all continents. Hence, e-based learning is an important approach of SDC’s learning culture. Through this tender, SDC seeks a suitable bidder to fulfil the role of “Shareweb facilitor” supporting the three networks by providing to the following four clusters of tasks: 1. Network Newsletter: Publish the newsletter, general editing in English (proof reading and corrections, layout in an attractive manner, suggestions for improvement) 2: Website Management and Maintenance: Loading new documents, organizing user statistics, expert work with Sharepoint, trouble shooting whenever needed for a good web-performance. 3: Management of member and network-user statistics: Invite members and manage member statistics. 4: Communication and Innovation Tools: Suggest new publication and communication tools; bring to the attention any relevant innovation that might be useful for the networks. The bidder should have a strong track record on internet Sharepoint based communication and should know the state of the art of relevant communication trends. Staff should have proven experience in all the technical fields mentioned in the four outcomes mentioned above. Very important is a high level of flexibility for ad-hoc support. Working language is English.

Agricultural, forestry, horticultural, aquacultural and apicultural services

Schweizerische Bundesbahnen SBB Infrastruktur Einkauf Oberbau, Fahrleitung und Baudienstleistungen | Published December 23, 2015
cpvs
77000000

Contrôle de la végétation 2016-2018.

Agricultural, forestry, horticultural, aquacultural and apicultural services

Schweizerische Bundesbahnen SBB Infrastruktur Einkauf Oberbau, Fahrleitung und Baudienstleistungen | Published July 18, 2015  -  Deadline August 24, 2015
cpvs
77000000

Le réseau CFF s'étend sur quelque 3000 km. Les contraintes du trafic ferroviaire modern posent the exigences très élevées aux installations fixes et au ballast. Pour the raisons techniques, ce dernier doit rester dans une large mesure de exempt vegetation notamment afin que les signaux nains puissent être bien vu en toutes circonstances. Le personnel Étant Amene à se déplacer sur la banquette afin de les installations surveiller ferroviaires et d'en assurer la maintenance, il convient d'éliminer tout risque de dans cette zone trébuchement. Le contrôle de la végétation s'effectue essentiellement à l'aide de moyens chimiques reposant sur l'utilization d'herbicides. Par endroits, le doit être réalisé désherbage manuellement ou mécaniquement. L'achat des prestations requises est assuré de manière centralisée par CFF SA, conformément aux indications of Team Nature compétents au plan local. Il existe Actuellement 4 teams Nature, à savoir: Ouest, Centre, Est et Sud.

Agricultural, forestry, horticultural, aquacultural and apicultural services

Bundesamt für Landwirtschaft BLW | Published October 20, 2017
Winner
Proviande Genossenschaft
cpvs
77000000

(17075) 708 Vollzugsaufgaben nach Artikel 26 Schlachtviehverordnung (SV, SR 916.341).

(17075) 708 Execution tasks described in art. 26 of the Beef Livestock Ordinance, OBB; RS 916.341.

SharePoint Facilitation for SDC Networks.

Federal Department of Foreign Affairs FDFA Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDC | Published January 5, 2016  -  Deadline February 15, 2016
cpvs
79990000

The 3 SDC networks Poverty and Well Being, Health, Agriculture and Food Security generate, mobilize and manage relevant knowledge within SDC as well as at the global level. They provide the state of the art of knowledge and facilitate exchange of knowledge between Development practitioners aiming at more effective development interventions. The 3 networks have a total membership of around 600 highly experienced development professionals from more than 100 countries and from all continents. Hence, e-based learning is an important approach of SDC's learning culture.

Through this tender, SDC seeks a suitable bidder to fulfil the role of ‘Shareweb Facilitator’ supporting the 3 networks by providing to the following 4 clusters of tasks:

1. Network Newsletter: Publish the newsletter, general editing in English (proof reading and corrections, layout in an attractive manner, suggestions for improvement);

2. Website Management and Maintenance: Loading new documents, organizing user statistics, expert work with Sharepoint, troubleshooting whenever needed for a good web-performance;

3. Management of member and network user statistics: Invite members and manage member statistics;

4. Communication and Innovation Tools: Suggest new publication and communication tools; bring to the attention any relevant innovation that might be useful for the networks.

The bidder should have a strong track record on internet Sharepoint based communication and should know the state of the art of relevant communication trends. Staff should have proven experience in all the technical fields mentioned in the 4 outcomes mentioned above. Very important is a high-level of flexibility for ad hoc support. Working language is English.

(B1513) For the transpose of maintenance measures and the partial Building reorganization in the building at the BC Schwarzenburgstrasse 165 in Liebefeld an architect is sought.

Bundesamt für Bauten und Logistik (BBL) Projektmanagement Inland I | Published April 8, 2015  -  Deadline May 19, 2015
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71000000

The existing administrative and laboratory building dating from 1996 BC to the Schwarzenburgstrasse 165 in Love Field to be structurally modified and partially reorganized after the departure of the current user for rehousing of the Federal Office for Agriculture (BLW). The measures from the maintenance and repair needs to be implemented simultaneously. A laboratory floor should be dismantled and converted and have new office workstations, the dismantling and reuse measures must be carried out under laboratory running operation of the remaining laboratory floors. In today's office areas is to be made due to the job compaction partial adjustment of the current spatial structure, ie small individual bureaux and rebuilt in shared offices. In addition, upgrading measures are to be implemented in the field of seismic safety, even in running this laboratory. The planning services architect, the component phases according LM SIA 112 phases 31, 32, 33, 41, 51, 52 and 53 The services include the following areas: -. BKP 291 Architect including construction management More departments to coordinate (the list is not exhaustive defined, the coordination effort is taken into account and included in the fee basic services): - BKP 292 Civil Engineering - BKP 293 Electrical Engineer - BKP 294 HVAC Engineer - BKP 295 Sanitary engineering - BKP 296.9 Safety and Security Engineer The Special planners employed directly by the builder.

(17094) Data collection for the central evaluation of agricultural accounting data with the lots Recruitment center (lot 1) and technical hotline (Lot 2)

Bundesamt für Landwirtschaft BLW & Agroscope | Published October 5, 2017  -  Deadline July 5, 2017
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(17094) Data collection for the central evaluation of agricultural accounting data with the lots Recruitment center (lot 1) and technical hotline (Lot 2)

(Lot 1) and on-line assistance by a specialist (hotline) (lot 2) (17094) Collection of data for the centralized analysis of agricultural accounting data with lots Recruitment agency (lot 1)

Office fédéral de l’agriculture OFAG & Agroscope | Published October 5, 2017  -  Deadline July 5, 2017
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(Lot 1) and on-line assistance by a specialist (hotline) (lot 2) (17094) Collection of data for the centralized analysis of agricultural accounting data with lots Recruitment agency (lot 1)

Software-related services

Bundesamt für Bauten und Logistik BBL | Published October 7, 2017  -  Deadline November 17, 2017
cpvs
72260000

Für die Daten zur Erhaltung und die nachhaltige Nutzung von pflanzengenetischen Ressourcen für Ernährung und Landwirtschaft soll eine neue modern Anwendung zur Verfügung stehen. Diese unterstützt die Umsetzung der Verordnung (PGRELV, SR 916.181).

Die neue Anwendung erfasst und archiviert diese Informationen und stellt diese aktuell, korrekt, nachvollziehbar, auswertbar und ansprechend bereit. Die Anwendung muss benutzerfreundlich, intuitiv, einfach und gemäß benutzerspezifischen Benutzerrechten online verfügbar sein. Die in den Ausschreibungsunterlagen aufgeführten fachlichen und technischen Anforderungen müssen umgesetzt und die fachliche Lösungsbeschreibung und den technischen Lösungsvorschlag berücksichtigt werden. Die Lösung muss effizient und gemäß der vorgesehenen Realisierungszeit eingeführt werden.

Projektleitung.

Ersteller.

Qualitätssicherung.

Data on plant genetic resources for food and agriculture require a modern computer application to facilitate the application of the ORPGAA Ordinance (SR 916.181).

The application must be used to record and archive this data. It must make available current, accurate, intelligible, usable and presented data in a pleasant form. It must be user-friendly, intuitive, easy to use and available online to varying degrees depending on the access permissions given to users. The application must comply with the technical specifications and specifications specified in the specifications, but must also comply with the description of the solution and the technical solution proposed. The solution must be efficient and implemented within the time allotted.

Project management.

Designer.

Quality assurance.

Software-related services

Bundesamt für Bauten und Logistik BBL | Published November 11, 2017  -  Deadline November 29, 2017
cpvs
72260000

Für die Daten zur Erhaltung und die nachhaltige Nutzung von pflanzengenetischen Ressourcen für Ernährung und Landwirtschaft neue neue modern Anwendung zur Verfügung stehen. Diese unterstützt die Umsetzung der Verordnung (PGRELV, SR 916.181).

Die neue Anwendung und archiviert diese Informationen und stellt diese aktuell, korrekt, nachvollziehbar, auswertbar und ansprechend bereit. Die Anwendung muss benutzerfreundlich, intuitiv, einfach und gemäß benutzerspezifischen Benutzerrechten online verfügbar sein. Die in den Ausschreibungsunterlagen aufgeführten fachlichen und technischen Anforderungen müssen umgesetzt und die fachliche Lösungsbeschreibung und den technischen Lösungsvorschlag berücksichtigt werden. The most effective way of doing business is to achieve the best results.

Data on plant genetic resources for food and agriculture require a modern computer application facilitating the application of ORPGAA (RS 916.181).

The application should be used to record and archive this data. It must make available current, accurate, intelligible, exploitable and presented in a pleasant form. It must be user-friendly, intuitive, easy to use and available online to varying degrees depending on the access permissions given to users. The application must meet the business specifications and technical specifications in the specifications, but also comply with the description of the solution and the proposed technical solution. The solution must be efficient and implemented within the allotted time.

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