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RESTORATION OF FARM-BASED LIVELIHOODS (AGRICULTURE AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION

UNDP Nigeria - NIGERIA | Published May 31, 2017  -  Deadline June 6, 2017
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UNDP partners with people at all levels of society to help build nations that can withstand crisis, and drive and sustain the kind of growth that improves the quality of life for everyone. On the ground in 177 countries and territories, we offer global perspective and local insight to help empower lives and build resilient nations.This Request for Quotation (RFQ) is specifically for the supply of Seeds, Fertilizers and Agrochemicals to UNDP Maiduguri Sub Office UNDP Sub Office for the Restoration of Farm-Based Livelihoods (Agriculture and Livestock Production) in NGWOM Community.NGWOM Integrated Community Stabilization Pilot Project - 00103845Output 1.2 Restoration of farm-based livelihoods (agriculture and livestock production)Lot A: Seeds (Millet Seeds, Sorghum Seeds and Cowpeas Seeds (Beans)Lot B: Fertilizer and Agrochemical Prospective vendor are expected to download the attached RFQ for details of the requirements.

DEVELOPMENT OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (KMS) FOR NIGERIAN AGRICULTURE

United Nations Development Programme | Published August 11, 2015  -  Deadline August 20, 2015
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The Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (FMARD) in pursuit of the development of inclusive and sustained growth framework in the Agricultural Sector has created a strategic initiative to enhance knowledge sharing between Stakeholders at the Federal, State and Local Government levels. The Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (FMARD) in pursuit of the development of inclusive and sustained growth framework in the Agricultural Sector has created a strategic initiative to enhance knowledge sharing between Stakeholders at the Federal, State and Local Government levels. In furtherance of this initiative, Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (FMARD) in collaboration with UNDP/BMGF is desirous to develop a Knowledge Management System (KMS), which will consolidate the Federal Government’s policies in the Agricultural Sector and also foster learning and knowledge sharing between the Stakeholders. The Knowledge Management System (KMS) Framework was validated in April 2015 and it is expected to provide the background to the overall project. 2.         In other to achieve the above, the Ministry hereby invites Expression of Interest (EoI) from competent, interested eligible National and International IT Consultants/ Companies for the provision of the service as stated below: LOT TITLE LOCATION 1. DEVELOPMENT OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (KMS) FRAMEWORK FOR AGRICULTURAL STAKEHOLDERS IN NIGERIA. AS INDICATED IN THE TERMS OF REFERENCE. 3.         ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS. Interested Consulting Firms are to submit the following for further evaluation: Certificate of Incorporation with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) and Forms (Co2 and Co7). Evidence of Tax Clearance Certificate from 2012, 2013 and 2014 verifiable from Federal Inland Revenue Services (FIRS). Evidence of VAT Registration and past VAT remittance. Evidence of registration with PENCOM. Evidence of payment of training contributions to Industrial Training Fund (ITF). Company’s audited accounts for the last 3 years; 2012, 2013 and 2014. Evidence of registration with Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP). Evidence of compliance with the Employee Compensation Act which requires that employers of labour must remit 1% of the total annual emolument of the workers to the Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF). Detailed Company/Organization’s Profile, which should include signed CVs of key Personnel with evidence of previous experience. Evidence of successful completion of 2 or more similar jobs in the past 5 years. Evidence of Membership of relevant Professional Institution will be an advantage. Experience in Sub-Sahara Africa and ability to communicate effectively in English, will be an added advantage. Any other document(s) to support the Firm’s qualification. 4.         ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PORTAL SCALABILITY AND HOSTING The system should be capable of accommodating large number of users at any given time and a target of 5,000 contiguous users to be validated as minimum requirement. Hosting shall be done by a reliable party guaranteeing a minimum of 2 years with: Minimum uptime of 99.9% Daily System Backups 24 hours Support The Knowledge Management System (KMS) combines the function of an e-library, Yellow pages, expert database and social network. It has relational components for information on organizational activities, documents, persons, good practices/solutions. Spaces are the core concept for organizing interaction between Stakeholders. The Knowledge Management System (KMS) should be tailored mobile device users using responsive web design principles. 5.         SUBMISSION OF EXPRESSION of INTEREST (EoI). All EoIs documents must be submitted in Three (3) copies One (1) Original and Two (2) copies each separately sealed in envelopes clearly marked “Expression of Interest ’’ and all sealed in a third envelope marked with the appropriate Project Title at the top right hand corner and deliver to the address below from the date of this publication and not later than 12.00noon, 20th August,2015: The Secretary, Ministerial Tenders Board, Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Ground Floor (Staff Canteen Block), Area 11-Garki, Abuja. Between 8.00am to 4.00pm Monday-Friday (except on Public Holidays). 6.     OPENING OF EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EoI). Both electronic and hardcopies of the EoIs’ will be opened immediately after the closure of submission of bids at the Conference Room B, Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, FCDA Secretariat, Area 11-Garki, Abuja in the presence of all Bidders in attendance. Late submission will be rejected. 7.     PLEASE NOTE THAT: Only shortlisted Firms will be invited for submission of Request for Proposal (RfP). This advertisement shall not be construed as a commitment on the part of Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (FMARD) to appoint any Consultant nor shall it entitle any Consultant submitting documents to claim any indemnity from FMARD/UNDP. Interested applicants may obtain further information at the address above.

EOI – Nigeria - Provision of transaction advisory services for the Nigerian federal ministry of agriculture and rural development’s staple crop processing zone (SCPZ) Initiative

 | Published July 10, 2017
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EOI – Nigeria - Provision of transaction advisory services for the Nigerian federal ministry of agriculture and rural development’s staple crop processing zone (SCPZ) Initiative

NE - Agro-Pastoral Export Promotion Proj - P095210

PRODEX | Published September 12, 2015  -  Deadline September 30, 2015
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Recruitment Consultant For a D L elaboration Types Of Plans And D investment subprojects integrated Communal Agriculture For A Less Sensitive To Climate Risks CONSULTING SERVICE:??? RECRUITMENT OF A CONSULTANT FOR THE DEVELOPMENT PLANS AND INVESTMENT TYPES desous DRAFT INTEGRATED MUNICIPAL FOR AGRICULTURE LESS SENSITIVE RISQUESCLIMATIQUES.

GPN - Nigeria - Agricultural transformation agenda support program phase-1 (ATASP-1) – 03 2015

 | Published March 12, 2015
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GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE GOVERNMENT OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA FEDERAL MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT AGRICULTURAL TRANSFORMATION AGENDA SUPPORT PROGRAM PHASE-1 (ATASP-1) PROJECT ID NO: P-NG-AA-003 LOAN NO: 2100150029994 AND GRANT NO: 2100155025974 1. The Government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria has received a loan and grant from the African Development Fund in the amount of UA 98.78 million (USD152.12 million) and UA 0.25 million (USD 0.38 million) respectively, to finance the Agricultural Transformation Agenda Support Program, Phase-I (ATASP-1), and intends to apply this loan and grant for payments of goods, works, related services and consulting services to be procured under this program. 2. The Program is to contribute to the objectives of the Agricultural Transformation Agenda (ATA) of the Federal Government by addressing the constraints of Rice, Sorghum and Cassava value chains in four Crop Processing Zones of Adani-Omor, Bida-Badeggi, Kano- Jigawa, and Kebbi-Sokoto. The specific objectives of the Program are to contribute to food and nutrition security, employment generation, and wealth creation along the priority commodity value chains. The procurement mode under this project shall include: ICB, NCB, QCBS, QBS, and LCS. 3. All procurement of goods, works and acquisition of consulting services financed by the Bank will be in accordance with the Bank's Rules and Procedures for Procurement of Goods and Works, (2008, revised July 2012) and Rules and Procedure for the Use of Consultants, (2008, revised July 2012). Bidding is open to all bidders from eligible source countries as defined in the Rules. Bidding documents are expected to be available in April 2015. 4. The Program will be implemented over a period of five years commencing in February, 2015 and comprises the following three complementary and mutually reinforcing components: (i) Infrastructure Development, (ii) Commodity Value Chain Development, and (iii) Program Management. 5. The Procurement activities will comprise Civil Works, Goods and Consulting Services as follows: (a) Civil works: Various civil works contracts for infrastructural development in the four processing zones including rehabilitation of production infrastructures (water control structure, canal turnout, canals desilting, flood protection dykes, land development etc.), rehabilitation of processing and marketing infrastructures (demonstration and technology centres, feeder roads and community market) and rehabilitation of ancillary works (health clinics, primary schools/creches, water boreholes and sanitation systems) will be procured. . (b) Goods: Goods contracts for the four processing zones and the national office for the supply of vehicles (including motorcycles), office equipment (office furniture sets, computer and accessories, generators and audio visual aids), productivity enhancement equipment (tractors and tillage implements, power tillers, pneumatic cultivators, combined harvesters and other farm machineries) and community development equipment (health and school kits and rehabilitation of transformers and new generators for markets) will be procured centrally by the National Program Coordinating Team (NPCT). . (c) Consulting Services: For the processing zones, the selection of consultants’ contracts for the design and supervision of civil works, various studies for detailed soil mapping surveys, needs assessment of FOs for each cluster, feasibility and scoping assessments, market research, and M&E survey; and technical assistance for database and information systems management; and for the national program coordinating team office, M&E baseline studies, studies for setting up M&E at the coordination units in the processing zones, impact assessment, environmental audit, ESMP implementation, procurement post review, financial audit, development of MIS and e-commerce, development of programme implementation manual, computerisation of accounting management, development of accounting procedure manual, development of M&E manuals, will be procured. 6. Interested bidders and service providers may obtain further information and confirm their interest by writing to: The National Program Coordinator Agricultural Transformation Agenda Support Program Phase-1 (ATASP-1) C/o The Director, Federal Department of Rural Development, Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development Area 11, Garki, Abuja, Nigeria ATTENTION: MR. H. K. AKWASHIKI Tel. (234) 805 9607776; (234) 803 5179569 E-mail: hkakwashiki@yahoo.com, alkalibello@gmail.com

EOI – Côte d’Ivoire - Preparation of CEO endorsement document of the project “Integrated Development for increased Rural Climate Resilience in the Niger Basin”- OSAN – 08 2015

 | Published August 25, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST Preparation of CEO endorsement document of the project “Integrated Development for increased Rural Climate Resilience in the Niger Basin” AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK Agriculture and Agro-industry Department, OSAN Environment & Sustainable Development Division (OSAN3) 1. The African Development Bank hereby invites Consulting Firms to indicate their interest in the following Assignment: Preparation of CEO endorsement document of the project “Integrated Development for increased Rural Climate Resilience in the Niger Basin”. 2. The Consultant will be responsible for the development of the detailed Project Preparation Report, the Bank’s draft project Appraisal Report and the GEF CEO Endorsement request. The services to be provided under the Assignment include: Three sets of activities to be conducted during the Preparation of the Program: i) Gather and analyze baseline information to assist in the design and inform on the best institutional arrangements of the project; ii) Describe the activities to be supported by the project and their implementation modalities; iii) Propose efficient institutional, implementation and coordination arrangements of the project including its monitoring and evaluation; and iv) Produce a detailed M&E work plan and delivery strategy and milestones and appropriate budget allocations. The main output of the assignment is a full comprehensive program document for each country and at regional level which will provide the design, detailed description of the components, results based logical framework and a detailed costing to be submitted to the GEF and ADB. For these activities, a set of competences with different capabilities, international and national will be required (Team Leader and IWRM Expert (1), Forestry Expert (2), Social and Gender Expert (3), Agricultural Expert (4), Environmental specialist (5), Economist/Financial Specialist (6) and Monitoring & evaluation expert (7)). 3. The Environment & Sustainable Development – OSAN.3 invites Consulting Firms to indicate their interest in providing the above-described services. Interested eligible Consulting Firms or associations of Consulting Firms shall provide information on their qualifications and experience demonstrating their ability to provide the services (documentation, references for similar services, experience in comparable Assignments, availability of qualified staff, etc.). 4. The eligibility criteria, the establishment of a short list and the selection procedure shall be in conformity with the Bank’s Rules and Procedures for the Use of Consultants. Please, note that interest expressed by a Consulting Firm does not imply any obligation on the part of the Bank to include it in the shortlist. 5. The estimated duration of services six (6) months and the estimated starting date is October 2015. 6. Interested Firms may obtain further information at the address below during the Bank’s working hours: 9:00 to 17:00 hours (Abidjan time). 7. Expressions of interest must be received electronically to the addresses below no later than 4 September 2015 at 17:00 hours Abidjan time and specifically mentioning Preparation of CEO endorsement document of the project “Integrated Development for increased Rural Climate Resilience in the Niger Basin”. 8. For the attention of: Mr ABDOULAYE DAGAMAISSA Manager, Agriculture III Environment & Sustainable Development Agriculture and Agro-Industry Department African Development Bank Immeuble du Centre de Commerce International d’Abidjan Avenue Jean Paul II 01 BP 1387, Abidjan 01 Côte d’Ivoire Tel: +235 20 26 23 75 E-mail : a.dagamaissa@afdb.org Cc : Laouali Garba E-mail : l.garba@afdb.org Mahamat Assouyouti E-mail : m.assouyouti@afdb.org

Invitation to Bid No. 6600019 Potato Seeds for Niamey, Niger. Appel D'Offres 660019 Semences de Pomme de Terre, Niamey, Niger.

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations | Published June 19, 2015  -  Deadline July 6, 2015
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Dear Sir/Madam, The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is launching a new tender no. ITB: 6600019 for the procurement of Potato Seeds to be delivered to NIAMEY, NIGER, within 15 October 2015. Suppliers are invited to submit their best offer for the potato seeds described in the Tender Document (in French and English languages) that is attached to the present Notice under the section entitled Documents.  Please ensure that all instructions contained in the tender document are followed when preparing and submitting your bid. TO ENSURE THE VALIDITY OF YOUR BID, IT MUST BE SUBMITTED AS FOLLOWS: BY EMAIL (preferred method): FAO-hq-Tenders@fao.org OR by FAX: + 39.06.92912311 on or before the closing date and time, quoting the FAO Invitation to Bid Number specified.  All submissions should be in PDF format. Your offer may be submitted in one or more emails not to exceed 10 MB each. VERY IMPORTANT:  As these offers are treated CONFIDENTIAL, please do not copy any other recipients.  Bids received on any other fax numbers or e-mail acount, by mail, or any other means and/or bids received after the closing date will be considered INVALID. Many thanks and best regards, Arslen Bounemra, Senior Purchasing Officer, FAO Procurement Services

The Nigeria Agribusiness Suppliers Development Programme

UNDP Nigeria - NIGERIA | Published June 9, 2017  -  Deadline June 19, 2017
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Opportunity to become an Agribusiness Supplier Development Consultant.The Nigeria Agribusiness Suppliers Development Programme (ASDP) is being implemented in partnership with the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (FMARD) and the Nigerian Incentive-Based Risk Sharing System for Agricultural Lending (NIRSAL) in the Country by an international organization. The ADSP addresses issues related to productivity, efficiency, financial management and quality in small and medium enterprises by reinforcing business relationships, aligning priorities and promoting goodwill between large companies and related smaller economic actors.In relation to this the programme will be training consultants on the Suppliers Development Methodology (SDM). The selected candidates who eventually pass the SDM training will be eligible to work as consultants on this internationally renowned program with the subject companies to improve their businesses. The training will be held in late June/early July, 2017 in Abuja. We are looking for experienced professionals from the private sector/businesses with operational background in marketing, finance, operation, production, quality assurance and certification etc. The candidates can be currently employed while on the training and subsequent assignments working as consultants.To participate in the training program and get a chance to work as an SDP consultant for multinational as well as national private enterprises, send your Curriculum Vitae and letter of motivation to asdp.ng@undp.org Expression of Interest must be received on or before 23rd June, 2017. This training is available for participants willing to work with agricultural firms in Northern and Southern Nigeria.Note: Participants will bear their cost of participation including transport.Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Transforming Irrigation Management in NG - P123112

FEDERAL MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES | Published April 16, 2015  -  Deadline May 22, 2015
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Request For Expression Of Interest Design And Construction Supervision Of Dadin Kowa Irrigation Scheme And Feasibility Study Of Guyuk Irrigation Scheme TRANSFORMING IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIAPROJECT (PROJECT ID: P123112) Reference No. FMWR/TRIMING/QCBS/2015/03 REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTIONSUPERVISION OF DADIN KOWA IRRIGATION SCHEME AND FEASIBILITY STUDY OF GUYUK IRRIGATION SCHEME 1.      The Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) has received a Credit from the World Banktowards the costof the Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria (TRIMING) Project and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of this credit topayments under contracts for the procurementof consulting services from internationally recognized firms for the design andconstruction supervision of Dadin Kowa Irrigation Scheme and for the preparation of feasibility studies for the Guyuk IrrigationScheme. TheTRIMING Project Objective is to improve access to irrigation and drainage services and to strengthen institutionalarrangements for integrated water resources management and agriculture service delivery in selected large-scale public schemes inNorthern Nigeria. At DadinKowa, a multi-purpose reservoir has been created through the construction of a gravity dam acrossthe Gongola River in the lateeighties. Although provisions were madeat that time to develop hydropower at the dam toe and have irrigationand drainageinfrastructure associated with this reservoir, these facilities have not been completed to date and no hydropower generation orirrigated agriculture as envisaged have materialized. 2.      The objectiveof this Consultancy is to prepare the detailed design and construction supervision for the Dadin Kowa Irrigation Scheme coveringapproximately 6600 ha of irrigable area as well as to prepare feasibility study and detailed design for the Guyuk Irrigation Schemecovering approximately 15,000 ha of irrigable area. 3.       The scopeof the services for the two schemes would include, but not limited to: (i)            A review of the full feasibility study carried out in 1992 for the DadinKowa Irrigation Scheme; (ii)          The updating of precise topographic and cadastral maps of the commands and detailedlongitudinal and cross section data of all canals and drains takinginto account the outputs of the parallel consultancy coveringthese aspects; (iii)        The preparation of detailed designs for the completion of the irrigation and drainageinfrastructure for Dadin Kowa to the operational level based on an internationally accepted; soil surveys, hydrological analyses,geotechnical investigations, agronomic computations for diverse crops suited to the area in conjunction with sustainabledevelopment of value chains, preparation of construction drawings, cost estimates, economic and financialanalyses and biddingdocuments in line with World Bank standards etc; (iv)        Supporting the client in the procurement process for the services of a construction company forDadin Kowa in line with World Bank guidelines; (v)          Supervision of construction of all infrastructure for Dadin Kowa (vi)        Preparation of an Operation and Maintenance Manual together with an effective implementation planin Dadin Kowa. (vii)      Preparation of a full feasibility study and detailed design (including a proposed weir) for the optimaldevelopment of irrigated agriculture in the Guyuk command area covering approximately 15,000 ha. The consultant is expected to useup-to-date techniques in studies and designs andsuggest least cost solutions to achieve the objective of optimal use of available water inthe system. The duration of theconsultancy is expected to be 48 months. 4.         The Federal Ministry of Water Resources through its Project ManagementUnit now invites consulting firms to indicate their interest in providing the services described above. Interested Consultants shouldprovide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The short listing criteriaare: i.        Evidence ofcore business and numbers of years in business; ii.        Technical and Managerial Organizationof firm; iii.        Availability of Appropriate Skills among Staff including but not limited to specialists in,irrigation and drainage design specialists, hydrologists, geotechnical engineers, agricultural experts, agribusiness specialistsand survey specialists with experience in modern surveying techniques and modern canal instrumentation and operation; iv.        Evidence of firm's experience in similarassignment ( at least 10 years in irrigation and drainage infrastructure design; v.        Evidence of firm's experience inworking in similar conditions/environment (minimum 10 years); and vi.        Annual turn-over in the last five years should bemore than US$1.5 million or itsequivalent. 5.       Theattention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World BankBorrowers, January 2011 edition ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forththe World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. 6.        Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance the quality oftheir submission. 7.        A short list of consulting firms will be compiled; Request for Proposals will be issued to the short-listed firms and aconsultant selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost Based Selection (QCBS)Method procedures set out in the Guidelines: Selectionand Employment of consultant Under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grant By World Bank Borrowers (January 2011 Edition). 8.         Further information can be obtained at the address below during officehours i.e. between 0800 to 1700 hours. 9.         A hard copy of Expressions of Interest must be delivered in a writtenform to the address below in person, or by currier no later than 1400 hour on 22th May,2015. The Project Coordinator, Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria Project, Federal Ministry of Water Resources, Plot1402, Abba Kyari Street, Off Adesoji Aderemi Street, Apo-Abuja, Nigeria. Tel.: +2348038391469;+234 8052048706; +234 (09)2914013 Email: pymanjuk@triming.org Signed: ProjectCoordinador

Transforming Irrigation Management in NG - P123112

Federal Ministry of Water Resources | Published April 16, 2015  -  Deadline May 22, 2015
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Request For Expression Of Interest Design And Construction Supervision Of Dadin Kowa Irrigation Scheme And Feasibility Study Of Guyuk Irrigation Scheme FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA Federal Ministry of WaterResources TRANSFORMING IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIAPROJECT (PROJECT ID: P123112) Reference No. FMWR/TRIMING/QCBS/2015/03 REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTIONSUPERVISION OF DADIN KOWA IRRIGATION SCHEME AND FEASIBILITY STUDY OF GUYUK IRRIGATION SCHEME 1.      The Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) has received a Credit from the World Banktowards the costof the Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria (TRIMING) Project and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of this credit topayments under contracts for the procurementof consulting services from internationally recognized firms for the design andconstruction supervision of Dadin Kowa Irrigation Scheme and for the preparation of feasibility studies for the Guyuk IrrigationScheme. TheTRIMING Project Objective is to improve access to irrigation and drainage services and to strengthen institutionalarrangements for integrated water resources management and agriculture service delivery in selected large-scale public schemes inNorthern Nigeria. At DadinKowa, a multi-purpose reservoir has been created through the construction of a gravity dam acrossthe Gongola River in the lateeighties. Although provisions were madeat that time to develop hydropower at the dam toe and have irrigationand drainageinfrastructure associated with this reservoir, these facilities have not been completed to date and no hydropower generation orirrigated agriculture as envisaged have materialized. 2.      The objectiveof this Consultancy is to prepare the detailed design and construction supervision for the Dadin Kowa Irrigation Scheme coveringapproximately 6600 ha of irrigable area as well as to prepare feasibility study and detailed design for the Guyuk Irrigation Schemecovering approximately 15,000 ha of irrigable area. 3.       The scopeof the services for the two schemes would include, but not limited to: (i)            A review of the full feasibility study carried out in 1992 for the DadinKowa Irrigation Scheme; (ii)          The updating of precise topographic and cadastral maps of the commands and detailedlongitudinal and cross section data of all canals and drains takinginto account the outputs of the parallel consultancy coveringthese aspects; (iii)        The preparation of detailed designs for the completion of the irrigation and drainageinfrastructure for Dadin Kowa to the operational level based on an internationally accepted; soil surveys, hydrological analyses,geotechnical investigations, agronomic computations for diverse crops suited to the area in conjunction with sustainabledevelopment of value chains, preparation of construction drawings, cost estimates, economic and financialanalyses and biddingdocuments in line with World Bank standards etc; (iv)        Supporting the client in the procurement process for the services of a construction company forDadin Kowa in line with World Bank guidelines; (v)          Supervision of construction of all infrastructure for Dadin Kowa (vi)        Preparation of an Operation and Maintenance Manual together with an effective implementation planin Dadin Kowa. (vii)      Preparation of a full feasibility study and detailed design (including a proposed weir) for the optimaldevelopment of irrigated agriculture in the Guyuk command area covering approximately 15,000 ha. The consultant is expected to useup-to-date techniques in studies and designs andsuggest least cost solutions to achieve the objective of optimal use of available water inthe system. The duration of theconsultancy is expected to be 48 months. 4.         The Federal Ministry of Water Resources through its Project ManagementUnit now invites consulting firms to indicate their interest in providing the services described above. Interested Consultants shouldprovide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The short listing criteriaare: i.        Evidence ofcore business and numbers of years in business; ii.        Technical and Managerial Organizationof firm; iii.        Availability of Appropriate Skills among Staff including but not limited to specialists in,irrigation and drainage design specialists, hydrologists, geotechnical engineers, agricultural experts, agribusiness specialistsand survey specialists with experience in modern surveying techniques and modern canal instrumentation and operation; iv.        Evidence of firm's experience in similarassignment ( at least 10 years in irrigation and drainage infrastructure design; v.        Evidence of firm's experience inworking in similar conditions/environment (minimum 10 years); and vi.        Annual turn-over in the last five years should bemore than US$1.5 million or itsequivalent. 5.       Theattention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World BankBorrowers, January 2011 edition ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forththe World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. 6.        Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance the quality oftheir submission. 7.        A short list of consulting firms will be compiled; Request for Proposals will be issued to the short-listed firms and aconsultant selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost Based Selection (QCBS)Method procedures set out in the Guidelines: Selectionand Employment of consultant Under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grant By World Bank Borrowers (January 2011 Edition). 8.         Further information can be obtained at the address below during officehours i.e. between 0800 to 1700 hours. 9.         A hard copy of Expressions of Interest must be delivered in a writtenform to the address below in person, or by courier no later than 1400 hour on 22th May,2015. The Project Coordinator, Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria Project, Federal Ministry of Water Resources, Plot1402, Abba Kyari Street, Off Adesoji Aderemi Street, Apo-Abuja, Nigeria. Tel.: +2348038391469;+234 8052048706; +234 (09)2914013 Email: pymanjuk@triming.org Signed: ProjectCoordinador

NG-RAMP PHASE 2 - P095003

Rural Access and Mobility Project | Published January 26, 2015  -  Deadline February 10, 2015
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Request For Expressions Of Interest (eoi) Forconsulting Services To Undertake A Road Maintenance Study In Fournigerian States Of Adamawa, Enugu, Niger And Osun FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT FEDERAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT UNIT (FPMU) SECOND RURALACCESS AND MOBILITY PROJECT (RAMP 2) REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR CONSULTING SERVICES TO UNDERTAKE A ROAD MAINTENANCE STUDY IN FOUR NIGERIAN STATES OF ADAMAWA, ENUGU, NIGER AND OSUN Credit No. 51540-NG Issue Date: 26th January, 2015 The Federal Republic of Nigeria, through the FederalMinistry of Agriculture and Rural Development, has received financing from the International Development Association (IDA) and theFrench Development Agency and plan to on-lend the financing to four participating states (Adamawa, Enugu, Niger, and Osun) towardsthe cost of among others rehabilitation of prioritized low volume and mostly unpaved rural roads in these states under the SecondRural Access and Mobility Project (RAMP-2). It is intended that part of the proceeds of the financing will be applied to eligiblepayments under the contract for Consulting Services for this Road Maintenance Study. The consulting services for Road Maintenance includethe planning and programming of various types of road maintenance activities in each state, costing of such maintenance activities,preparation of financing plans and related services, and are proposed to be undertaken in each of the four states asfollows: a)      Prepare a classification of the rural roads into state and local governmentroads. b)     Propose relevant road maintenance activities such as: (i) community implemented routinemaintenance; (ii) periodic mechanized grading; (iii) re-gravelling of gravel roads;(iv) maintenance of drainage structures; and (v)resurfacing of rural road sections constructedwith low cost surface treatment. c)      Determine annual costs of maintenance and finalizea multi-year maintenance program for eachstate with a combination ofcommunity based routine maintenance, annual mechanized maintenance, re-gravelling operations andbituminous resurfacing where justified. d)     Estimate the financing needs for an agreed maintenance program for each state over fiveyears. e)      Prepare a financing plan taking into account the financial support of RAMP 2, state budgets(from ministries of works and agriculture), and any force account works. Discuss various cost recovery alternatives in case of afunding shortfall, and propose arrangements that may secure adequate, dedicated and reliable funding on an annualbasis. f)       Present workable options for how various maintenance activities can be contracted out toservice providers and to what extent it is feasible to use performance based maintenance contracts. g)     Propose quality control arrangements including on-site supervision and technicalaudits. h)     Prepare guidelines for Whole Life Cycle Cost Analysis oflow cost lateritic gravel roads withand without surface treatment. i)        Prepare an Operational Maintenance Manual including proposed technical specifications for allrural road maintenance operations in each state. The duration of theConsulting Services is envisaged to span about 6months. The Federal Project Monitoring Unit (FPMU) on behalf of the four stategovernments now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. InterestedConsultants should provideinformation demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to performthe Services. The short listing will be undertaken with support from the State Project Implementing Units(SPIU) using among othersthe following criteria: 1.      General qualification: Capacity of the Consultantsto carry out the Services, to bedemonstrated by sufficient years in business, core business in similar activities to those under the Services, annual turnover ofthe Consultants, and overall number and qualifications of Consultants' key staff. A brief presentation of the Consultants profileshall be provided. 2.      Experience in planning, programming and budgeting of maintenance of low volume rural roadssimilar in scope and size to those subject to the Services, with both laterite and double bituminous surface treatment sections.The EOI shall also demonstrate any experience and capacity for conducting road maintenance related analytical work under difficultconditions. 3.      The EOI shall outline experience and capacity for conducting Life Cycle Cost Analysis andEconomic Analysis using the Highway Design and Management tool (HDM-4) or any other recognized economic evaluation methodology. 4.      Experience in contracting out road maintenance androad rehabilitation using performance basedcontracting methods and regular term maintenance contracts. 5.      Capacity and experience in involving rural community groups in performance based routine roadmaintenance in combinationwith light mechanized maintenance. 6.      Background in the conduct of road user charges studies and preparation of financing plans formulti-year maintenance programs under medium term expenditure frameworks. The consultants are strongly encouraged to present the information intheir respective EOIs to demonstrate the fulfilment of the criteria above in the form ofproject profiles including: the projectname, the location of the project, the name and address of the client/beneficiary, the name(s) of associated firm(s) if any, theduration of the assignment, the start and end date of the assignment, the total value of the contract, the total number ofstaff-months of the assignment, the value of the servicesprovided under the contract, the number of professional staff-monthsprovided by the associated firm(s), the names of the firm's senior staff involved and functions performed, a brief narrativedescription of the project, and a description of the actual services provided by the firm's staff under the assignment. Consultants are encouraged to associate with local or other firms inthe form of a jointventure or a sub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consultant will beselected in accordance with the Quality and CostBased Selection (QCBS) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines with 80 percent weight on the technical proposal andqualification of staff and 20 % on the cost. The Services will be paid under a lump sum contract based on progress anddeliverables. Further information can be obtained at theaddress below during office hours. Expressions of interest must be delivered in awritten form to the address below (in person, by mail or by e-mail) by 10thFebruary, 2015

Transforming Irrigation Management in NG - P123112

TRANSFORMING IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA PROJECT | Published June 8, 2015  -  Deadline June 29, 2015
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Technical Assistance For Establishment Of Farmer Management & Service Delivery Center & Matching Grant Mechanism At Bakolori,middle Rima, Kano River & Hadejia Valley Irrigation Schemes Under The (triming) TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF FARMER MANAGEMENT AND SERVICE DELIVERY CENTER AND MATCHING GRANT MECHANISM ATBAKOLORI,  MIDDLE RIMA, KANO RIVER AND HADEJIA VALLEY IRRIGATION SCHEMESUNDER THE TRANSFORMING IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA (TRIMING) PROJECT REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OFINTEREST COUNTRY:               NIGERIA NAME OF PROJECT:    TRANSFORMING IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA (TRIMING) PROJECT Project ID No:                    P123112 Credit No:                   CR 5506 ?NG REF NO:                             FMWR/TRIMING/QCBS/2015/03A. The Federal Government ofNigeria (FGN) has received a credit from the International Development Association (IDA) towards the cost of the TransformingIrrigation Management in Nigeria (TRIMING)Project and it intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. 1.                 The consulting services ("the Services") include Value chain analysis anddevelopment 2.                 Support towards the establishment of Farmer Management and  Service Delivery Centers (FMSDCs) 3.                 Design and provide procedures for the management of Matching grant mechanism as well as long termfinancing of the FMSDC The duration of the assignment is 4 years. The Federal Ministry of Water Resources throughits Project ManagementUnit now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing theServices. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevantexperience to perform the Services. The shortlisting criteria are: a)      Experience in support tofarmers organizations in terms of management and business planning particularly in the irrigation sector. b)      A proven record inworking with value chains approach in Africa or similar irrigation-based agro-ecological systems (under semi-aridconditions) c)      Proven record onbusiness development services to farmers, farmer organizations and SMEs along commercial agriculture valuechains. A consultant will be selected in accordance withthe Quality and Cost Based Selection (QCBS) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines The attention ofinterested Consultants is drawn to paragraph1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and employment of Consultants (under IBRD loans and IDA Credit and Grants) by World Bankborrowers. January 2011 edition (Consultants Guidelines) setting forth the World Bank Policy on Conflict ofInterest. Consultants may associate with other firms inthe form of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance the quality of their submission. Further information can be obtained at theaddress below during officehours between 0800 to 1700 hour local time Mondays to Fridays. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form (hard copyor by email) to the address below in person, or by currier not later than 14:00 hour local time on 29thJune, 2015. THE PROJECT COORDINATOR, TRANSFORMING IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIAPROJECT, FEDERAL MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES, PLOT 1402, ABBA KYARI STREET,OFF ADESOJI ADEREMISTREET APO ?ABUJA. NIGERIA. Tel: +2348038391469, +2348052048706 Email: pymanjuk@triming.org Signed: ProjectCoordinator

Public/Private Partnership Program - P115386

FMA&RD | Published October 16, 2014  -  Deadline November 18, 2014
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Concession Of 33 Silo Complexes In Nigeria FEDERAL MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE & RURAL DEVELOPMENT(FMA&RD) in collaboration with FEDERAL MINISTRY OF FINANCE(FMoF) CONCESSION OF 33 SILO COMPLEXES INNIGERIA REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST The Federal Government of Nigeria through the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development(FMA&RD) incollaboration with the Public Private Partnership (PPP) Unit of the Federal Ministry of Finance (FMoF) hereby announcethisinvitation to prospective investor/operators to express interest in the operation and management of 33 Silo complexes locatedin Nigeria. TheFederal Government of Nigeria (FGN)has invested substantially in the development of Silo Complexes across the country under theStrategic Grain Reserve Programme.  The storagecapacity of the Silo Complexes ranges from 11,000 to 100,000 metric tons with a total combined storage capacity of 1.3 millionmetric tons With theimpressive output of grains being recorded under the implementation of the current Agricultural Transformation Agenda, the FGN isconsidering the option of partnering with the private sector in the management and operations of the Silo Complexes which hithertohave been the responsibility of the Strategic Grains Reserve Department of the FMA&RD.  It is expected that private sector participation in the management of the Siloswill improve efficiency and capacity. In light of the foregoing, the Federal Government of Nigeria through the FMA&RD and the FederalMinistry of Finance has embarked upon the project to concession the 33 Silo Complexes.  The FMA&RD as the owner of the Silo infrastructurewill be the project sponsorand granting authority for this concession. The concessions will be procured via competitive bidding, following a two-stage bid process: apre-qualification stage and a proposal stage. In order to participate in the tender, interested applicants are requested toregister at www.nigeriasilostransactions.com, where they will also be able to submit queries and accessdocumentation. Method of Application/Submission of EOIs: Prospective bidders arerequired to download the submission forms from www.nigeriasilostransactions.com and submit the completed forms, along with the necessary supportingdocuments. Expressions of Interest at the cost of prospective bidders must be submitted in sixcopies (one original and five (5)  hard copies) ina sealed envelope clearly marked "EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR THE CONCESSION OF 33 SILO COMPLEXES''. Upon receipt of Expressions of Interest (EOI),FMARD and FMoF shall evaluate and pre-qualify applicants for a subsequent Request for Proposals. The expressions of interests should be delivered not later than 15:00 hrs on Tuesday, November 18,  2014 at the following address: The Director, Strategic Grains Reserve Department Federal Ministry ofAgriculture and Rural Development Plot 590, NAICBuilding Zone AO CentralArea P.M.B 135, Abuja,Nigeria Investors/Operators will be selected in accordance withthe procedures set out in the current PPP lawsin Nigeria. Interested applicants may obtainfurther information at the address above from 9.00am to 4.00pm, Monday through Friday (except public holidays) from Mr.DonaldOlumeko or e-mail:info@nigeriasilostransactions.com. Interested proponents Investors/Operators are kindly requested tonote that: ·       Submission of EOIs shall be in English language only. ·       Submission of EOIs through email will be rejected. ·       Submission received after the deadline will be rejected ·       Only short-listed Investors/Operators will becontacted. The Silo locations and actual/expected capacities are asfollows: S/N Location State Capacity MT 1. Jahun Jigawa 25,000 2. Kaduna Kaduna 25,000 3. Gombe Gombe 25,000 4. Jos Plateau 25,000 5. Minna Niger 25,000 6. Ilorin Kwara 25,000 7. Lafiaji Kwara 11,000 8. Makurdi Benue 25,000 9. Ibadan Oyo 25,000 10. Akure Ondo 25,000 11. Irrua Edo 25,000 12. Ogoja Cross-River 25,000 13. Ezillo Ebonyi 25,000 14. Dutsin-man Katsins 25,000 15. Sokoto Sokoto 25,000 16. Bulasa Kebbi 100,000 17. Gwagwalada FCT Abuja 100,000 18. Ilesha Osun 25,000 19. Gusau Zamfara 100,000 20. Gaya Kano 25,000 21. Yola Adamawa 25,000 22. Bauchi Bauchi 25,000 23. Jalingo Taraba 25,000 24. Maidiguri Borno 100,000 25. Lafia Nasarawa 25,000 26. Ikenne Ogun 25,000 27. Ado-Ekiti Ekiti 100,000 28. Lokoja Kogi 25,000 29. Igbariam Anambra 25,000 30. Uyo Akwa-Ibom 25,000 31. Damaturu Yobe 25,000 32. Yenagoa Bayelsa 100,000 33. Okigwe Imo 100,000

Provision of long-term technical assistance for the project to support climate resilience for sustainable agricultural development (PARC-DAD)

Ministère des finances, ordonnateur national du FED | Published May 11, 2016
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Providing a long-term technical assistance project to support climate resilience for sustainable agricultural development (PARC-DAD)

NG-State & Local Governance Reform - P133045

Anambra State and Local Governance Reform (SLOGOR) Project | Published April 22, 2015  -  Deadline May 22, 2015
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Request For Expression Of Interest For Consultancy Services In Reform Of Budget Preparation And Execution Country:                    NIGERIA Project:                         STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNANCE REFORM (SLOGOR) PROJECT Grant No.:                  TF018335- UNI P133045 Assignment Title:       REVIEW THE CURRENT BUDGET PROCESSES AND PREPARATION OF MTEF/MYBF FOR PILOT SECTORS (AGRIC,EDUCATION AND HEALTH) AND CAPACITY BUILDING OF PRS STAFF Reference No.:           ANSLOGOR/CON/QCBS/002/2015 ThisRequest for Expression of Interest follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN) for this Project thatappeared in the dgMarket of Wednesday, 18thFebruary,2015. The Federal Republic of Nigeria, has received a grant from the InternationalDevelopment Association (IDA), acting as administrator of a Trust Fund from the European Union for the State and Local GovernanceReform Project. Anambra State, being one of the six beneficiary states of the grant, now intends to apply part of the proceed of the grant towards the engagement of a consulting firm to Review the Current Budget Processes and Prepare MTEF/MYBF for Pilot Sectors(Agric, Education and Health) and Build Capacity of PRS Staff in the State in the implementation of activities in the BudgetReforms Sub Component of the project being implemented by the Anambra State Ministry ofEconomic Planning and Budget(MEPB). The consulting services ("theServices") include: ·               A diagnostic review of the existing budget traditions and machinery in the State Civil Service including currentpractices, strengths and weaknesses and recommendations for improvement. ·               An examination of the existing roles and responsibilities of 4 Pilot Ministries Department and Agencies (Ministry ofEconomic Planning and Budget, Ministry ofEducation, Ministry of Health, and Ministry of Agriculture) in budgeting, economic planning, and expenditure control, including the identification of bottlenecks that haveconstrained budgeting and make recommendation for addressing them. ·               Assess skills gapsin budgeting, development of sector strategies and economic management generally in Ministry ofEconomic Planning and Budget, Ministry of Finance, Office of the Accountant General, and Anambra State Internal Revenue Service, for budgeting and economic planning. ·               Work with staff ofselected MDAs to develop Medium Term Fiscal Strategy Model and MediumTerm Sector Strategy (MTSS)in MDAs as well build their capacity to develop Multi-Year Budget Framework and Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MYBF/MTEF),taking into account similar developments at the Federal Government levels ·               Strengthen the skills of relevant staff in the implementation of the newly adopted unified National Standard Chartof Accounts /Budget classification compliant with IPSAS for the State. The Anambra State and Local Governance Reform (SLOGOR) project now invites eligible Consulting firms (Consultants) toindicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested consulting firms are hereby requested to submit a statement of capability indicating relevant experience onsimilar assignments in Nigeria or elsewhere. This should include, but not limited to, summary of CVs of its key staff, provision ofcompany brochures, description of similar assignments carriedout in the last five years, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among key staff, etc. The consulting firm will be selected in accordance with the procedures set out in the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers (January 2011).Please visitwww.worldbank.org, setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict ofinterest.  In addition, please refer to specific information on conflict of interestrelated to this assignment as per paragraph 1.9 of Consultant Guidelines Further information can be obtained at the addressbelow during office hours, 0900to 1600 hours (local time) on week days. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the addressbelow not later than 4 weeks from the date of this publication. AnambraState and Local Governance Reform (SLOGOR) Project Attn:    Mr. J.C.O. Ifekandu ProjectCoordinator State Project Coordinating Unit (SPCU), Old Building, opp. Code ofConduct Bureau Jerome Udoji Secretariat, Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria. Tel:      +2348037914125 E-mail: ansslogor@gmail.com

GPN – Nigeria - Green Energy & Biofuels (GEB) Bio-Refinery Project in Nigeria – 11 2015

 | Published November 5, 2015
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AOI - Niger - Programme de Renforcement de la Résilience à l’Insécurité Alimentaire et Nutritionnelle au Sahel - P2RS – 12 2015

 | Published December 3, 2015
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EOI – Consultancy Firm Services - Nigeria - Environmental assessment forthe construction of a cellulosic bio-refinery in lagos – 11 2015

 | Published November 10, 2015
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EOI – Consultancy Firm Services - Nigeria - Business advisory for a cellulosic bio-refinery in lagos – 11 2015

 | Published November 10, 2015
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EOI – Consultancy Firm Services - Nigeria - Technical design studies for the cellulosic bio-refinery in lagos – 11 2015

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