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PROVISION OF JINGLES FOR MINUSMA RADIO STATION MIKADO. PRODUCTION DE REFRAINS PUBLICITAIRES (SON ...

United Nations Secretariat | Published August 6, 2015  -  Deadline August 17, 2015
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Provision of Jingles for MINUSMA Radio Station MIKADO. ____________________________________________________________________________ Production de Refrains Publicitaires (Sonal) pour MIKADO la Radio de la MINUSMA.

DEVELOP AND HOST A WEBSITE FOR MINUSMA RADIO "MIKADO FM". DEVELOPPEMENT ET HEBERGEMENT D'UN SIT ...

United Nations Secretariat | Published February 24, 2016
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Develop and Host a Website for MINUSMA Radio "MIKADO FM" _________________________________________________ Développement et Hebergement d'un Site Web pour la Radio "MIKADO FM" de la MINUSMA

Television & Radio Media Agency Services to Support Public Outreach Activities in Somalia

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published August 10, 2016
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PROVISION OF GUYED ANTENNA. FOURNITURE DE PYLONES DE TELECOMMUNICATIONS HAUBANES

United Nations Secretariat | Published November 11, 2015  -  Deadline November 25, 2015
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The United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) seeks Expressions of Interest (EOI) from duly registered and licensed companies for the Provision of GUYED ANTENNA. The specifications of the requirement will be provided in the Solicitation Documents. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- La Mission Multidimensionnelle intégrée des Nations Unies pour la Stabilisation au Mali (MINUSMA) sollicite des manifestations d’intérêt de la part des sociétés dûment enregistrées et autorisées pour la Fourniture de FOURNITURE DE PYLONES DE TELECOMMUNICATIONS HAUBANES. Les spécifications des articles à fournir seront transcrits dans un Appel d’Offres.

PROVISION OF EQUIPMENT FOR MINUSMA FM RADIO "MIKADO", DAP MINUSMA LOGISTICS BASE IN BAMAKO, MALI ...

United Nations Secretariat | Published April 26, 2016
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The United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) seeks Expressions of Interest (EOI) from duly registered and licensed companies for the Provision of Equipment for MINUSMA FM Radio « MIKADO » DAP MIMUSMA Logistics Base in Bamako, Mali (Incoterms 2010). The specifications of the requirement will be provided in the Solicitation Documents. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- La Mission Multidimensionnelle Intégrée des Nations Unies pour la Stabilisation au Mali (MINUSMA) sollicite des manifestations d’intérêt de la part des sociétés dûment enregistrées et autorisées pour la Fourniture d’Equipement pour la Radio « MIKADO » DAP Base Logistique de la MINUSMA a Bamako, Mali (Incoterms 2010). Les spécifications des articles à fournir seront transcrits dans un Appel d’Offres.

PROVISION OF SATELLITE TELEVISION SERVICES TO MINUSMA FOURNITURE DE SERVICE DE TELEVISION PAR ...

United Nations Secretariat | Published November 20, 2015  -  Deadline December 10, 2015
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Provision of Satellite Television Service to MINUSMA _________________________________________________ Fourniture de service de télévision par satellite pour la MINUSMA

PROVISION OF SATELLITE TELEVISION SERVICES TO MINUSMA FOURNITURE DE SERVICE DE TELEVISION PAR ...

United Nations Secretariat | Published September 2, 2015  -  Deadline September 18, 2015
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Provision of Satellite Television Service to MINUSMA _________________________________________________ Fourniture de Service de Télévision par Satellite pour la MINUSMA

Provision of self-supporting telecommunications towers in Somalia

United Nations Secretariat | Published February 18, 2016
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The United Nations Support Office in Somali (UNSOS) The United Nations Support Office for AMISOM (hereinafter referred to as “UNSOA” or “the United Nations), seeks Expressions of Interest (EOI) from duly registered, authorized and competent companies for the Provision of Materials, Installation and Services of Self-supporting Telecommunications Towers in Somalia and Kenya – 2nd Turnkey Project The services will involve some of the following a) Installation of 50M and 30 M Towers in locations to be advised in the SOW b) Service for decommissioning of towers c) Maintenance of Towers in locations to be advised in SOW d) Service for relocation (decommissioning, foundation work at new location and erection) UNSOA will undertake a competitive bidding exercise shortly and accordingly intends to issue a solicitation document to those companies which shall express their interest and provide initial relevant information demonstrating their ability to fulfill UNSOA’s requirements. In addition, the interested companies will be requested to complete UNSOA Vendor Registration Form (new vendors only). Detailed statement of requirements will be provided to companies that will be short listed for receipt of the solicitation documents. The response to the EOI should specify the subject, the relevant information about the company, including the company’s name and registration certificates; complete address including phone, fax numbers and e-mail; name and title of the contact person; information concerning the capacity (i.e. financial strength and resources) and experience of the company; company profile, previous relevant experience in the last three years in contracts for the provision of similar services of similar scope, magnitude and in a similar environment. This Request for Expression of Interest (EOI) does not constitute a solicitation. UNSOA reserves the right to change or cancel these requirements at any time in the REOI and/or solicitation process. UNSOA considers a firm's qualifications and experience in the service area, and previous performance, when preparing a list of invitees. Thus, submitting an EOI does not automatically guarantee a firm will be considered for receipt of the solicitation when issued. Due to the high volume of communications, UNSOA is not in a position to issue confirmation of receipt of EOIs. UNSOA reserves the right to reject EOIs received after the deadline below. The expressions of interest may be submitted by mail, email or facsimile or hand delivery in a sealed envelope clearly marked with the inscription "Expression of Interest" [EOI] - EOI should be received not later than Tuesday, 08 March 2016 at 14:00 hours Nairobi time (GMT+3). Companies interested to participate in the tender are requested to submit their EOI by fax or e-mail as indicated above. The EOI must include the following company’s information: • Company’s Name, Profile and background and full audited accounts • Postal address of the company • Phone number, Fax number, E-mail address of contact person • Name of the contact person, Title of the contact person • Company’s registration certificates with minimum of three years of operation. This Request for Expression of Interest (EOI) does not constitute a solicitation. UNSOS reserves the right to change or cancel the requirements at any time during EOI and/or solicitation process. Submission of a reply to this EOI does not automatically guarantee that such firm will be considered for receipt of the solicitation when issued. Only vendors, deemed qualified upon completion of an objective evaluation of their submission of EOI, will receive the final tender solicitation document.

Supply of VHF Handheld Radios

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published February 17, 2015  -  Deadline February 20, 2015
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PROVISION OF CONTRACTUAL SERVICES AND TELECOMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT FOR THE SETUP OF TELECOMMUNICA ...

United Nations Secretariat | Published February 8, 2016
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Provision of contractual services and telecommunication equipment for the setup of telecommunication networks in MINUSMA Offices in Bamako and Gao (Mali). __________________________________________________________________________________ Fourniture de prestation de services et équipements réseaux pour l'installation de réseaux de télécommunication dans les bureaux de la MINUSMA à Bamako et Gao (Mali).

SO:ICT Sector Support - Phase II - P152358

Ministry of Posts and Telecommunication | Published October 17, 2016  -  Deadline November 3, 2016
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Project Manager (project Implementation Unit At The Ministry Of Posts And Telecommunications, Federal Government Of Somalia) FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OFSOMALIA (FGS) ICT SECTOR SUPPORT IN SOMALIA,PHASE 2 REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OFINTEREST PROJECT ID No.: P152358 POSITION: Project Manager TYPE OF CONTRACT: Individual Consultant REFERENCE NO: GFRS/ICT/2015-16/C7 DUTY STATION: Mogadishu EXPECTED START DATE: On contract signing, expected November, 2016 The Federal Government of Somalia through the Ministry of Finance, through the Ministry of Post andTelecommunications has received a grant from the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development to provide a program of ICTSector Support, 2014-2018 and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of this grant to payments under the contract to be signedwith individual consultants for the post of Project Manager to support the Higher Education Sector in Somalia. The Federal Government of Somalia is the Recipient of the ICT Sector Support in Somalia program endorsed bythe Somalia Development and Reconstruction Facility (SDRF) and funded under the Somalia Multi-Partner Fund (MPF) administered bythe World Bank. Under the second phase of the program, the World Bank Groupon behalf of the Ministry of Posts andTelecommunications is seeking to recruit an Individual Consultant as Project Manager. The Project Manager will be (i) Coordinatethe project, managing the Project Implementation Unit, project activities and the work program of PIU staff members; (ii) Ensurecoordination and collaboration with the senior management of the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications on all aspects of theProject, and with the World Bank team; (iii) Implement the management of activities within the PIU, in coordination with the MPT,and ensure collaboration with other Government institutions, the private sector and civil society and capacity building in MPT;(iv) Collaboratewith other specialists in the PIU to perform all necessary project activities under the Somalia ICT Sector SupportProject for the period of the assignment; and (v) Ensure coordination with the EAFS in the Ministry of Finance in theimplementation of project activities. The Project Development Objective is "to contribute towards the process of developing a regulatoryframework for the telecommunications sector and building an ICT infrastructure in Somalia". The second phase of the projecthas three components: 1. Enabling Environment, focusing on supporting the regulatory and governance framework for the sector,following the anticipated passage of the new Communications Law. This will provide for ongoing support to the Ministry and newregulator and will facilitate a new activity on support for the implementation of an effective mobile-money framework. 2. Efficiency and equity in access to connectivity, whichwill support: 2. 1. The establishment of a framework for SIM card registration; 2. 2. The establishment of communications rooms in key ministries across different economic zones, includingPuntland; 2. 3. Supporting the Somali Research and Education Network (SomaliREN), including through provision ofadvance purchase of internet bandwidth and capacity-building 3. Support and Capacity-Building for the Project Implementation Unit within the MPT, and a ProjectCoordination Unit for local implementation in Puntland. Detailed terms of reference for the post indicating expected consultant qualification and assignmentduration are posted on http://www.radiomuqdisho.net and http://sntv.gov.so/ The Project Implementation Unit on behalf of the Ministry invites individual consultants to indicate theirinterest in providing the above services. Interested individual consultants must provide information indicating that they arequalified to perform the services. Expressions of Interest and attachments: a CV, two refereesand scanned copies of testimonials must be sentby email to piu.procurement@gmail.com. The Consultant shall make clear reference in the subject field specifying Ref No:GFRS/ICT/2015-16/C7, not later than November 3, 2016, 17:00 hrs. Consultants will be selected in accordance with the latest revision of the World Bank's Guidelines:Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grant by the World Bank Borrowers" dated January2011(revised July 2014) for individual consultants. Colline Mpaata PIU Procurement Specialist ICT Support Project Ministry of Posts and Telecommunication TERMS OF REFERENCE Position Title: PROJECT MANAGER (Project Implementation Unit at the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, FederalGovernment of Somalia) Accountable to: Minister, Ministry of Post and Telecommunications Type of Appointment: Individual Consultant Reference No: GFRS/ICT/2015-16/C7 Duty Station: Mogadishu, Somalia Start date: On contract signature, expected in November, 2016 1. Background: The Federal Government of Somalia, through the Ministry of Posts and Telecoms and the Ministry of Finance,has requested the World Bank to support the preparation and implementation of the Somalia ICT Sector Support Project, PhaseII. The overarching Project Development Objective (PDO) for this series of projects is "to support the ICTSector in Somalia by contributing to establishing an enabling environment and by encouraging efficiency and equity in access toconnectivity". This remains unchanged from the PDO for phase 1 of the program. The higher level objectives are asfollows: ·        Establish an enabling policy and regulatory environment, including for mobile money; ·        Increase the contribution of the ICT Sector to the public treasury; ·        Support institutional capacity building in high priority economic foundations; and ·        Promote equity and access to internet connectivity, especially for higher education. The project will comprise of three (03) components: Component 1: Enabling Environment focusing on supporting the regulatory andgovernance framework for the sector and creating a trusted policy and regulatory environment. Component 2: Efficiency and equity in access to connectivity which will see theextension of the establishment ofcommunications rooms in key ministries across different economic zones and the establishment of aframework for SIM card registration and will seek to make optimal use of the undersea fibre cable arriving in Mogadishu bysupporting the Somali Research and Education Network. Component 3: Support and Capacity-Building for the Project Implementation Unit.The objective of this component is to support the Project Implementation Unit established in the Ministry of Posts andTelecommunications, working closely with the Ministry for Finance, for program management and coordination, and forcapacity-building. 2. Overall Objective: The overall responsibilities of the Project Manager are to i.      Coordinate the project, managing the Project Implementation Unit, project activities and thework program of PIU staff members; ii.      Ensure coordination and collaboration with the senior management of the Ministry of Posts andTelecommunications on all aspects of the Project, and with the World Bank team; iii.      Implement the management of activities within thePIU, in coordination with the MPT, and ensure collaboration with other Government institutions, the private sector and civilsociety and capacity building in MPT; iv.      Collaborate with other specialists in the PIU toperform all necessary project activities under the Somalia ICT Sector Support Project for the period of the assignment;and v.      Ensure coordination with the EAFS in the Ministryof Finance in the implementation of project activities. 3. Tasks: The Project manager shall do everything necessary to meet the above objectives, including but not limited tocarrying out the following specific duties: i.      Prepare and follow through a phased program of action to ensure coordination of efforts inimplementing the ICT Sector Support Project in Somalia; ii.      Develop and strengthen collaboration with all implementation partners (Ministries departments,liaisons, consultants, firms?), development partners and other stakeholdersto facilitate their understanding and support to the ICTSector Support program; iii.      Supervise the work of Technical Expertsparticularly the PIU Staff, including, but not limited to, the Procurement Specialist and the ProjectAccountant; iv.      Coordinating the preparation and updating of theProject Implementation Manual and ensuring that project implementation is in compliance with the stipulations of the ProjectImplementation Manual and the guidelines of the Bank; v.      Initiating and coordinating the preparation ofannual work plans of the various implementing partners, based on a standardized format; vi.      Coordinating, in close collaboration with theProcurement Specialist, the preparation and monitoring and reporting on the execution of the overall procurement plan of theProject consistent with procurement guidelines of the funding Development Partners and the specific provisions of the GrantAgreements; vii.      Ensuring the provision of logistical and other support to local andinternational consultants engaged under the project; viii.      Conducting, commissioning, and coordination of the monitoring andevaluation activities of the project; ix.      Preparing periodic Project Status Report (PSRs)for review by the MPT Technical Working Group and onward transmission to the funding Development Partners; x.      Preparing the Somalia Government section of theImplementation Completion Report (ICR) at the end of the project; and xi.      Carrying out other functions related to theProject that will, from time to time, be agreed upon between the funding Development Partners and theGovernment. xii.      The terms of reference and responsibilities outlined here may berevised at a later date to accommodate the management of activities associated with project implementation funded by otherinstitutions, including the African Development Bank. 4. Qualifications and Experience i.      Candidate should possess a relevant postgraduate qualification with a minimum of 10 years'experience in the Somalia context, with strong technical leadership in ICTand Project Managementenvironment; ii.      Reputable person with good characteristics, knowledge, skills and proven capability inMinistry, Department and Agency planning, development and government policy formulation. iii.      A good knowledge of Somalia generallyandsensitivity to the underlying state of fragility and the prevailing challenges in particular. iv.      Demonstrated ability to lead a multi-disciplinaryproject management team, build effective working relations with colleagues and clients, and capable of working under pressure, withgood experience in leadership and strategic management of project teamat national level. v.      Proven experience in coordinating, cooperating andnegotiating with high level Government officials, donor partners and multitude of local stakeholders. vi.      A change agent - with extensive experienceincontext specific - practical techniques for change management. 5. Consultant's reporting obligations The consultant will be employed as the Project Manager and will report directly to the SteeringCommittee/Technical Working Groupof the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications (chaired by HE Minister). 6. Deliverables i.      Draft Annual Work Plan (AWP), for approval ii.     Progress Reports and Regular Updates to the World Bank's Task Team of the ICT SectorSupport Project inSomalia iii.     Background papers for MPTTechnical Working group meetings and minutes of meetings iv.     Consolidated Quarterly Project Status Report (PSR) v.     Interim Financial Reports (IFR) vi.     Annual Financial Statements and audit report 7. Facilities to beprovided by theClient: The MPT will provide the Project Manager with office facilities, internet connectivity, essential utilities,office services, stationery and office supplies and use of a computer, printer, scanner and photocopying etc. In addition, the MoFand the ICT Project will makeavailable to the consultant copies of all the documents the Consultant may need to discharge his/herfunctions; and will assist the ProjectManager in liaising with all agencies of government and the private sector under the projectand with other agencies of government on matters related to the project

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST SALE OF NON-EXPENDABLE AND EXPENDABLE ITEMS IN MOGADISHU

United Nations Secretariat | Published March 1, 2017
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United Nations Support Office in Somalia (UNSOS) seeks expression of interest from suitably qualified firms/ individuals for the sale of non-expendables and expendables items on an "as-is-where-is-basis" to be procured in Lots as under listed; Lot No. 1 Communication non-expendable assets (Amplifier, Audio Equipment, Broadcast Receiver, Camera, Desktops and Notebooks, Exciter, Radio Broadcast Equipment, Video Studio Equipment, Recorder, Satellite phones, Transmitter etc.) Lot No. 2 IT non- expendable assets (Computer desktops, Digital sender, Computer notebooks) Lot No.3 Engineering non-expendable assets (Cleaning Equipment, Generator workshop, Converters, Pillar drill press, Electrical Panels, Generator set, Lathe Machine, Change over switch, Threading machine, Voltage and current equipment, Water equipment and pumps, water storage, Arc Welder) Firms/ individuals interest in participating in the bidding may forward their Expression of Interest to: The Chief Procurement Officer, UNSOS EOI – Sale of non-expendables and expendables items in Mogadishu P.O. Box 67578-00200, Nairobi, KENYA Email address: unsoa-procurement@un.org with a copy to imbuhila@un.org Please note that this notice does not constitute a solicitation and UNSOS reserves the right to change or cancel this requirement at any time in the Expression of Interest/ bidding process. Companies/ Individuals short-listed as a result of this EOI will receive the invitation to bid for the sale by UNNSOS. Queries on this EOI may be addressed to unsoa-procurement@un.org.

SO:ICT Sector Support - Phase II - P152358

Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications | Published February 3, 2016  -  Deadline February 29, 2016
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Consulting Services ? Individual Consultant Selection: Higher Education Network Specialist To Support The Higher Education Sector In Somalia FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF SOMALIA Ministry ofFinance Somalia ICT Sector Support Phase IIProject REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (Consulting Services ? Individual Consultant Selection) Project ID:                P152358 TF#:                            A0175 Assignment Title:       Higher Education Network Specialist to support the higher education sector inSomalia Reference No.:           GFRS/ICT/2015-16/C2 BACKGROUND OF THEPROJECT The ICT Sector Unit of the World Bank Groupis working with the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications (MPT) and the Ministry of Finance of the Federal Government of Somaliato provide a program of ICT Sector Support, 2014-2018. The second phase of the program includes asubcomponent supporting connectivity to the higher education sector, where the Project Implementation Unit (PIU) of the MPT isseeking to employ an internationally-recruited individual consultant for the post of a "Higher Education Network Specialist." Theconsultant would be an expert on establishing national research and education networks (NRENs), to support the designand build outof a communications network for higher education institutions in Somalia OVERALLOBJECTIVE The main objective ofthe consultancy is to "support connectivity inthe higher education sector using the existing Somali REN and to enable its member and non-member Institutions (Universities,Institutions of Higher Learning, Research Institutions, etc.) to increase their use of connectivity/bandwidth". Implementation ofthis program will allow other universities, such as the Somalia National University and other relevant institutions,to join aninclusive and wider Research Education Network that will focus on reaching the whole territory in order to benefit students'learning and to reduce the academic isolation of teachers and professors. ASSIGNMENTDESCRIPTION The responsibilities of the Higher Education Network Specialist willinclude but are not limited to: 1)      Developing an implementation plan for the Network for Higher Educationand monitoring its implementation progress throughout the project's lifetime. 2)      Supporting the ICT Technical Specialist in developing an initialNetwork system design, including topographical design, for the Higher Education Network, (including the Network Operating Centerand corresponding fibre, microwave, or satellite links, both in Mogadishu and other areas of operation) with which to frame thetechnicalrequirements for the firm tender. 3)      Providing technical assistance to the MPT to prepare standard biddingdocuments and other tasks along the procurement process, in line with  World Bankguidelines, for the  procurement of a firm to implement, operate, and providemaintenance for the system design for the higher education network, on a turn-key basis, including internal links, local accesspoints, Basic Campus Networks, backhaul, and NOC of the SomaliREN network; 4)      Providing advisory support to the SomaliREN as it restructures itsgovernment structure and business plan and builds its capacity to operate as an independent Trust 5)      Advisory support to the SomaliREN in carrying out an readinessassessment across the Somali higher education institutionsto provide the project with an end-user baseline and to define theeligibility criteria for connectivity to the Network. 6)      Certifying network installation completion, issue operationalacceptance certificates to vendors/ suppliers/ contractors. Conduct ofWork The "Higher EducationNetwork Specialist" will act as part of atwo-person Technical Support Team (TST), to provide technical assistance focused on designing, advising, and monitoring theimplementation of the establishment of a Somalia Higher Education Network, and including support to the SomaliRENand the MPT asSomaliREN adjusts its governance structure to suit theroles and responsibilities of a mature National Research and EducationNetwork (NREN) organizational body. The chosen consultantwill work in close cooperation with the co-TSTmember ICT Technical Specialist, the World Bank team, the MPT, SomaliREN, the UbuntuNet Alliance, and the other relevantstakeholders and international donors. The Individual Consultant will report directly to the MPT's Project Implementation Unit. TheWorld Bank team will work with the consultant andthe PIU through coordinated weekly calls and site visits, based on need. Duration of theAssignment It is estimated the task will take around 60 days until June 2016including trips to Mogadishu, Garowe and Nairobi and possibly other Federal States. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS The Ministry of Finance of the FederalGovernment of Somalia now invites eligible individuals ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services.Interested Consultants should provide a cover letter and CV demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevantexperience to perform the Services. Qualification Criteria The applicant must possess the following: 1)     A higher degree,such as an MSc or PhD, in Applied Physics/Engineering/Computer Science/Telecommunications, or a related discipline from a reputeduniversity. Experience with the establishment and operation of national research and education networks or work within the R &E community 2)     At least fouryears of experience in a senior management or operational position; 3)     Experience inoperation and maintenance of large network, systems design and data transmission involving optical fiber; 4)     Experience inoperation and maintenance of VSAT, and microwave networks is preferred in addition to fibre-based networks; 5)     Knowledge of anddemonstrated experience in management of contracts and procurement of network equipment; 6)     Experience ofsimilar projects in design, management, training & supervision, hand-holding and strategy on supporting the effectiveimplementation and operation of a Research and Education Network or other similar networks; 7)     Experience workingin the ICT Sector, and or higher education sector, in Africa is essential; 8)     Experience in postconflict environments, and especially in Somalia, is desirable; The attention of interested Consultants isdrawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment ofConsultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers (January 2011 and revised July 2014)("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Please visit www.worldbank.org setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. In addition, please refer tospecific information on conflict of interest related to this assignment as per paragraph 1.9of Consultant Guidelines. The Consultant will be selected in accordancewith the Selection Based on Consultant'sQualification (CQS) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Mode of submission of Applications Further information can be obtained bysending email requests at the email address below. Expressions of interest must be delivered (in person, by mail, or by e-mail to:piu.procurement@gmail.com  by 4.00pm, Monday the 29th February, 2016. Attention: The ProcurementSpecialist ICT Sector Support in Somalia ProjectImplementation Unit Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, Villa Somalia,Mogadishu Federal Government ofSomalia, Somalia Email: piu.procurement@gmail.com

ICT Sector Support in Somalia - P148588

Federal Government of Somalia: Ministry of Post and Telecommunications | Published March 23, 2015  -  Deadline April 15, 2015
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Procurement Specialist For The Somalia Information Andcommunications Technology Support Project Country: Somalia? Project: Information and  Communications Technology    Support Project Grant Number: P148588 Assignment Title: Procurement Specialist Type of Appointment: Individual Consultants Duty Station: Mogadishu, SOMALIA, with travel to Federal States (Puntland, Jubbaland, Southwest)and emerging States (Shabelle, Central, etc) Expected Date of starting: May 1, 2015 The Federal Government ofSomalia through the Ministry of Posts andTelecoms, through the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications has requested the World Bank to support the preparation andimplementation of the Somalia ICT Sector Support Project, Phase II. The overarching Project Development Objective (PDO)for this series of projects is "to support the ICT Sector inSomalia by contributing toestablishing an enabling environment and by encouraging efficiency and equity in access to connectivity". This remains unchanged from the PDO for phase 1 of the program. The higher levelobjectives areas follows: Establish an enabling policy and regulatory environment, including for mobilemoney;Increase the contribution of the ICT Sector to the public treasury;Supportinstitutional capacity building in high priority economic foundations; andPromoteequity and access to internet connectivity, especially for higher education. The project will compriseof three (03) components: i) EnablingEnvironment focusing on supporting the regulatory and governance framework for the sector, following the anticipated passage of thenew Communications Law; ii) Efficiency and equity in access to connectivity which will see the extension of the establishment ofcommunications rooms in key ministries across different economic zones and the establishment of a framework for SIMcardregistration and will seek to make optimal use of the undersea fibre cable arriving in Mogadishu by supporting the SomaliResearch and Education Network;  and iii) Support and Capacity-Building for the ProjectImplementation Unit The FederalGovernment of Somalia invites applications from qualified candidates for the following positionsin the Project Implementation Unit(PIU). Further information and detailed Terms of Reference can be obtained on the followingwebsite http://www.hiiraan.com. Expressions ofinterest/applications and attachments: a CV, two referees and scannedcopies of testimonialsmust be sent by only to the following address:pmt@mipt.gov.so, ATTN:  Mohamed Ware, Project Manager (PIU), not later than April15, 2015, 14:00 hrs.

ICT Sector Support in Somalia - P148588

Ministry of Post and Telecommunications | Published April 28, 2015  -  Deadline May 20, 2015
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Procurement Specialist For The Somalia Information Andcommunications Technology Support Project Country: Somalia? Project: Information and� Communications Technology��� Support Project Grant Number: P 148588 Assignment Title: Procurement Specialist Type of Appointment: Individual Consultants Duration:�100 daysover the course of one year Duty Station: Mogadishu, SOMALIA, with travel to FederalStates (Puntland, Jubbaland, Southwest) and emerging States (Shabelle, Central, etc) Expected Date of starting: June 1,2015 The Federal Government of Somalia through theMinistry of Posts and Telecoms, through the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications has requested the World Bank to support thepreparation and implementation of the Somalia ICT Sector Support Project, Phase II. The overarching Project Development Objective (PDO) for this series of projects is"to support the ICT Sector in Somalia bycontributing to establishing an enabling environment and by encouraging efficiency and equity in access to connectivity". This remains unchanged from the PDO for phase 1 of the program. The higher levelobjectives are as follows: ������� Establish an enabling policy and regulatoryenvironment, including for mobile money; ������� Increase the contribution of the ICT Sector tothe public treasury; ������� Support institutional capacity building in highpriority economicfoundations; and ������� Promote equity and access to internetconnectivity, especially for higher education. The project will comprise of three (03)components: i) Enabling Environment focusing on supporting the regulatory and governance framework for thesector, following theanticipated passage of the new Communications Law. ii) Efficiency and equity in access to connectivity which will seethe extensionof the establishment of communications rooms in key ministries across different economic zones and the establishment of a frameworkfor SIM card registration and will seek to make optimal use of the undersea fibre cable arriving in Mogadishu by supporting theSomali Research and Education Network and iii) Support and Capacity-Building for the Project Implementation Unit The Federal Government of Somalia invites applications from qualified candidates for the following positions inthe Project Implementation Unit (PIU). Post Title: Procurement Specialist Further information and detailedTerms of Reference can be obtained on the following website http://www.hiiraan.com Expressions of interest/applications and attachments: a CV, two referees and scanned copies of testimonials must be sent by only to the followingaddress: pmt@mipt.gov.so, �ATTN:� Mohamed Ware,Project Manager (PIU), not later than May 20, 2015, 14:00 hrs �

Production of Documentary Videos and Photographs Highlighting UNDPs Contribution to Development to Somalia

United Nations Development Programme | Published September 7, 2015  -  Deadline September 18, 2015
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~~1. Background The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is the UN's global development network, advocating for change and connecting countries to knowledge, experience and resources to help people build a better life.   It seeks to assist national counterparts find their own solutions to global and national development challenges drawing on UNDP and its partners as they develop local capacity. Human development, poverty reduction, protection of human rights, youth and women’s empowerment and environment protection are an integral part of UNDPs work.  This is especially significant to Somalia, a country that has been deeply affected by war and conflict and is still struggling to achieve peace two decades on.  Notwithstanding the political transition in August, 2012, Somalia remains one of the most challenging operational environment compounded by lack of proper structures, and under-developed capabilities and skills needed to deliver.  Notwithstanding, expectations of government and its citizens are high, thus, UNDP must operate at its optimum to ensure that it lives up to these expectations. UNDP in Somalia is supporting the Somali government and people in their efforts to promote human development through people-driven initiatives.   It seeks to help in generating more jobs and economic opportunities, improving livelihoods, providing better public services, building national capacities, influencing policies and promoting knowledge transfer.  The UNDP continues to do this by building partnerships with a wide range of international, regional and national stakeholders in its efforts to support Somalia’s development priorities and address the challenges facing it.  Our partners range from the, federal government ministries and agencies, and local governments to civil society organizations (CSOs) and non-governmental organisations (NGOs). 2. Overall objective The overall objective of this assignment is: 2.1. To produce three 3 – 6 minute videos documenting UNDP’s interventions across the main areas of programme, particularly painting a picture of how the areas of support —governance and rule of law, poverty reduction and environmental protection, capacity development and gender and women’s empowerment - link together in a coherent and functional whole. The focus will be on highlighting the human element of this work, both the beneficiaries impacted by bringing services delivery closer to the people, as well as the stakeholders helping to bring these efforts to life. The visually appealing and concise video will aim to communicate such stories to donors, media, stakeholders and the wider public - thereby creating a better understanding of how the collection of small and coordinated interventions undertaken by UNDP link to the larger picture of development, good governance, state-building and livelihood empowerment pursued by the international community; 2.2. The assignment also requires submission of 150 high-quality photos which can be used for various publications and products, to demonstrate stories to donors, media, stakeholders and the wider public - thereby creating a better understanding of how the collection of small and coordinated interventions undertaken by UNDP link to the larger picture of development, good governance, state-building and livelihood empowerment pursued by the international community; The videos and photos will address UNDP’s support to Federal Government of Somalia, and Governments in Somaliland and Puntland. These development themes follow the Peacebuilding and Statebuilding Goals as laid out by the Somali Compact, focusing on inclusive politics, security, justice, economic foundations, revenue and services, as well as cross cutting issues (capacity development, gender and women’s’ empowerment and support to HIV). 3. Specific deliverables 3.1. Supplementary/intermediate deliverables provided during process a) Detailed work plan with filming/editing methodology, timeframe, schedule and budget -taking into account trips to Somaliland, Puntland and South Central Somalia for filming; b) Raw footages and photographs collected in project areas; c) Transcripts of select interviews available in English and Somali; d) First cut of the documentary for comments; e) Raw photos as requested. Captions for photographs in English. 3.2. Final deliverables 3.2.1. Develop three short (3 - 6’) videos of HD-quality, expertly edited to tell the story of UNDP’s support to the Federal Government of Somalia. In consultation with UNDP, the scripts and videos will be further expanded upon (see point 5). a. UNDP’s support for institutional capacity building in select cities within Somalia. The documentary should be suitable for broadcast on TV channels. It should be in Somali and English. May include gains made by the Federal Government of Somalia (with UNDP’s support) in regards to state formation efforts in south and central Somalia. The documentary should be suitable for broadcast on TV channels. It should be in Somali and English; b. Support to Governance and Rule of Law programming in Somalia (including but not limited to support to state formation, access to justice, support to Parliament and Constitution). The documentary should be suitable for broadcast on TV channels. It should be in Somali and English; c. Support to Poverty Reduction and Environmental Protection programming in Somalia (including but not limited to support to local economic development activities, environmental protection, support to Parliament and Constitution). The documentary should be suitable for broadcast on TV channels. It should be in Somali and English; d. The minimum standards for the video quality are as follows: DESCRIPTION Frame size and image dimensions                    Base temps Variable Bit Rate Screen Aspect Ratio Interlacing                                                                                                                                        DIMENSION 1440 pixels wide x 1080 25 ips 18,50 Mbits/s max 16:9 Compatible version 3.2.2. Develop 150 usable photos of high-quality, high resolution (over 3 mb) expertly edited to convey the story of UNDP’s support across Somalia. Capturing these photos will be dependant on security in the areas. However, they should include portrait and landscape pictures with a focus on women and men in non-traditional roles. Digital colour photos, JPG format with high resolution; These photos should be from the main areas on UNDP’s works. This will include (but not limited to) policing, access to justice activities, youth employment and empowerment, electoral processes, Parliament and institutions in Somaliland, Puntland and South Central, state building efforts, environment, capacity development, local economic development projects, and Community Conversations on HIV, FGM and gender. The exact sites will be identified in consultation with UNDP’s PPU and Communications Specialist. 4. Scope of work and specific tasks To carry out the following scope of work, of which all elements must be undertaken to achieve the successful completion of the assignment: a) Review of provided documents and material outlining the background, vision and objectives of UNDP’s work and successes; b) Consult with identified representatives from UNDP’s Planning and Partnership Unit (PPU) and partner agencies (at field and country office levels) to design and undertake the filming process; c) Provide input into the video’s script, initially designed by UNDP’s communications consultant; d) With facilitation and support by UNDP, communicate with and conduct in-person interviews with identified stakeholders, including line ministers within the Somaliland government, local representatives within the covered areas (Somaliland, Puntland, and South Central), relevant district staff and local community beneficiaries and donors; e) Cover all the logistical aspects of the filming process, including travel and accommodation between and within Somaliland, Puntland and South Central Somalia; f) Provide English-language narration and/or subtitles for the video; g) Select and integrate appropriate music and visual effects to accompany and professional-looking, high-quality short movie; h) Edit the material using professional video production programming, based on the final script - communicate with UNDP counterpart to allow for the process to be overseen throughout the editing process. 5. Roles/Responsibilities 5.1. Production Company a) Present and refine methodology and budget for implementing the assignment, including efficient work plan and timeframe; b) Provide filming and editing equipment to the minimum quality requirements presented below; c) Make arrangements for logistics across all aspects of the filming, including accommodation, local transport, communications services and any other needed details; and d) Advise on issues related to the assignment in a timely manner. 5.2. UNDP Communications Unit a) Organize an inception meeting between the production company and local UNDP/PPU staff, as well as other relevant local representatives from programme agencies; b) Establish and facilitate contact with identified stakeholders and field staff, as necessary; c) Review and approve work plan for filming (including a schedule, timeframe and methodology), and then conduct periodic monitoring of filming progress; d) Provide reference material; e) Provide initial draft and final authorization of script, including interview questions; f) Overseeing editing process based on discussions over a feasible plan for undertaking this, in order to ensure UNDP feedback when and where necessary; g) Meet the relevant costs related to this assignment, as agreed in the contract upon approved offer; h) Review and approve the draft and final production, as stipulated in the deliverables section and contract. 6. Expertise required and Prequalification The production companies applying will be judged against the following criteria: a) Demonstrated experience and competency in conducting similar assignments within Somalia/Somaliland; b) Experience in working with international organizations and/or international donors, as well as Somali government officials and communities, to produce videos on specific programmes or activities; c) Prior experience working specifically with UN agencies, and in particular UNDP and/or UNDP programme activities, an added advantage; d) Extensive company experience in overall video production, as well as general communications; e) The dedication of a qualified team of staff with the skills, capacities, technical competencies, understanding and vision to undertake the various aspect of the assignment in a creative, timely and professional manner, with clear leadership; f) Clear work plan and articulation of expected methodologies and outputs; g) Excellent technical capacities, including facilities, equipment, transportation, editing equipment and other assets, to undertake all production activities for a high quality video; h) Expert command of Somali and English languages, and a demonstrated ability to implement this in the form of narration and voice-overs; i) Capacity to respond creatively to unexpected setbacks, communicate extensively with field and UNDP staff and a proactive approach to overall engagement with production counterparts; and j) Ability to start within one month upon signing a contract. 7. Duration of work The assignment, including and travel and editing, is expected to take a duration of no more than 63 calendar days and will be completed before 15 December 2015. We propose that the initial cut of the film to be produced in about 36 days, with the last 14 days to be dedicated to allowing for input to be provided to the video and the final changes to be made. An initial round of photos will be ready within 36 days, and will be delivered to the UNDP Communications Unit for review and consideration.  The last 14 days will to be dedicated to allowing for input, additional editing as needed. 8. Copyright Copyright © United Nations Development Programme. All rights reserved. UNDP photos are used to promote the development work of the organization. If the photographer uses the picture for his/her own work, redistributes the work in any type of publication/exhibition written consent from UNDP Somalia Communication Unit must be sought. UNDP photos can be downloaded free-of-charge from the website and used in print, online or electronic publications and products. UNDP photos cannot be altered, sold, redistributed or used to create derivative works. All UNDP photos, whether used in print, electronic or online format, must be credited as follows: name of photographer/UNDP, if the photographer’s name is available. If not, the photo should simply say UNDP/name of Country Office, if the Country Office is known; otherwise, UNDP next to the photograph will suffice.

Services in the area of ​​security for the EU Delegation in Mali - no instructions. EEAS-315-DELMLIB-SER-FWC

Tjenesten for EU's Optræden Udadtil (EEAS), Den Europæiske Unions delegation i Mali | Published April 10, 2014  -  Deadline May 19, 2014
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The aim of this competition is to conclude a framework agreement with a company specialized in the protection of persons and goods. The scope of services includes, but is not limited to: (1) monitoring and patrol facilities (office building, in which are located the ambassador and foreign nationals) Delegation to prevent burglaries and assaults on persons and their personal effects; (2) monitoring the entrance of visitors to the facilities; (3) communication between objects via VHF / UHF radio network that connects all buildings with a central operations center, which would manage the business operators; (4) The current intervention unit for quick action or ancillary units in the event of an incident at any of the facilities; (5) other related services in the field of security such as setting an alarm system. Framework agreement for a maximum of four years will be carried out through specific contracts and / or purchase orders.

ICT Sector Support in Somalia - P148588

Ministry of Post and Telecommunications | Published May 25, 2015  -  Deadline June 4, 2015
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Project Accountant To Support The Information And Communications Technology Support Project Country: Somalia? Project Name: Information and  Communications Technology Support Project Grant Number: P148588 Assignment Title: ProjectAccountant to support the Information and Communications Technology SupportProject Type of Appointment: Individual Consultant Duty Station: Mogadishu mostly, SOMALIA, Reference Number: MOPT/ICT/ACC/2014-15 The Federal Government of Somalia through the Ministry of Posts and Telecoms, through the Ministry of Finance has requestedthe World Bank to support the preparation and implementation of the Somalia ICT Sector Support Project,Phase II. The overarching ProjectDevelopment Objective (PDO) for this series of projects is "to support the ICT Sector in Somalia by contributing to establishing an enablingenvironment and by encouraging efficiency and equity in access to connectivity". The project will comprise of three (03) components: i) Enabling Environment focusing onsupporting the regulatory andgovernance framework for the sector, following the anticipated passage of the new Communications Law. ii) Efficiency and equity inaccess to connectivity which will see the extension of the establishment of communications rooms in key ministries across differenteconomic zones and the establishment of a framework for SIM card registration and will seek to make optimal use of the underseafiber cable arriving in Mogadishu by supporting the Somali Research and Education Network and iii) Support and Capacity-Buildingfor the Project Implementation Unit. The project wishes to recruit a Project Accountant on an individual consultant ("appointment") to support theFederal Government of Somalia to: 1)      Perform all necessary Financial Managementactivities under the Public Sector Capacity Injection Project (CIP) ICT Sector for the period of the assignment, 2)      Coordinate the financial management functionswith government counterparts located in the implementing Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) 3)      Provide technical assistance and build thecapacity of Financial Management staff within the Office of the Prime Minister and implementing entities. The Federal Government of Somalia now invites applications from qualified candidates for this position.Interested Consultants should provide informationdemonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevantexperience toperform the Services. The Project Accountant should have the following minimum Qualifications: a)      A Bachelor's Degree in one of the following: Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Finance, etc. b)      Professional qualification in financial management, registered by and attained final qualification of anyfinancial management related recognized professional body e.g. ACCA, CPA etc; c)      At least 5 years of experience in audit or financialmanagement; d)      At least three years of post-qualification experience directly relevant to publicsector and/or World Bank Projects' financial management; e)      Experience of projectfinancial management in a developing country; experience ina fragilestate is preferable; f)       Excellent written and oral communication skills in English, to deliver technical financialdocuments, and reports; candidates familiar with Somali language will have an added advantage; g)      Proven work experience on country FM systems and procedures h)      Excellent computer skills in Microsoft Office tools (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)and Internet use, including database use is required. i)        Fluency in English is required. j)        Excellentwritten and oral communicationskills. k)      High level interpersonal and relationship-buildingskills. The attentionof interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection andEmployment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers [January, 2011, revised July2014] ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Further information anddetailed Terms of Reference can be obtained on the following website http://www.hiiraan.com Expressions of interest/applications and attachments: a CV, tworeferees and scanned copies of testimonials must be delivered to the address below (in person, or by mail, or by e-mail topmt@mipt.gov.so ) by 1400 hours on June 4, 2015. Attention Mr. Mohamed Ware Project Manager Ministry of Post and Telecommunications Federal Government of Somalia, Mogadishu, Somalia Tel: +252-617-344351

Installation of CCTV cameras in Mogadishu, Somalia (PM)

United Nations Secretariat | Published February 23, 2016
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The United Nations Support Office in Somalia (UNSOS) (hereinafter referred to as “UNSOS” or “the United Nations), seeks Expressions of Interest (EOI) from duly registered, authorized and competent companies for the Installation of CCTV cameras in Mogadishu, Somalia to include . • CCTV cameras system, i.e. node switches and recording devices . • Trenching works and pole installations • Installation of radio microwave, Nanobeam M5, model Ubiquit and provide connectivity to the CCTV camera, including electrical power source. • Installation of video monitoring and control system software. • Installation of wireless video signal transmitter. • Installation of 52-inch Smart screen LCD CCTV monitor. • Installation of 72-inch Smart Screen LCD CCTV Screen. • Commission the CCTV camera system and recording devices. • Quarterly maintenance and incidental maintenance for period of one year. • Conduct training course to the users and operators UNSOS will undertake a competitive bidding exercise shortly and accordingly intends to issue a solicitation document to those companies which shall express their interest and provide initial relevant information demonstrating their ability to fulfill UNSOS’s requirements. In addition, the interested companies will be requested to complete UNSOS Vendor Registration Form (new vendors only). Detailed specifications and requirements will be provided to companies that will be short listed for receipt of the solicitation documents. The response to the EOI should specify the subject, the relevant information about the company, including the company’s name and registration certificates; complete address including phone, fax numbers and e-mail; name and title of the contact person; information concerning the capacity (i.e. financial strength and resources) and experience of the company; company profile, previous relevant experience in the last three years in contracts for the provision of similar services of similar scope, magnitude and in a similar environment. This Request for Expression of Interest (EOI) does not constitute a solicitation. UNSOS reserves the right to change or cancel these requirements at any time in the REOI and/or solicitation process. UNSOS considers a firm's qualifications and experience in the service area, and previous performance, when preparing a list of invitees. Thus, submitting an EOI does not automatically guarantee a firm will be considered for receipt of the solicitation when issued. Due to the high volume of communications, UNSOS is not in a position to issue confirmation of receipt of EOIs. UNSOS reserves the right to reject EOIs received after the deadline below. The expressions of interest may be submitted by mail, email or facsimile or hand delivery in a sealed envelope clearly marked with the inscription "Expression of Interest" [EOI] - EOI should be received not later than 09 March 2016 at 14:00 hours Nairobi time (GMT+3). Companies interested to participate in the tender are requested to submit their EOI by fax or e-mail as indicated above. The EOI must include the following company’s information: • Company’s Name, Profile and background and full audited accounts • Postal address of the company • Phone number, Fax number, E-mail address of contact person • Name of the contact person, Title of the contact person • Company’s registration certificates with minimum of three years of operation. This Request for Expression of Interest (EOI) does not constitute a solicitation. UNSOS reserves the right to change or cancel the requirements at any time during EOI and/or solicitation process. Submission of a reply to this EOI does not automatically guarantee that such firm will be considered for receipt of the solicitation when issued. Only vendors, deemed qualified upon completion of an objective evaluation of their submission of EOI, will receive the final tender solicitation document.
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