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RSC/RFP/2015/06 - Firm Level Consultancy Service for a Mapping of Inclusive Business Ecosystem and Training on Supporting the Development of Inclusive Business Ecosystem Building Initiatives and Platf

United Nations Development Programme | Published August 28, 2015  -  Deadline September 24, 2015
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BACKGROUND / RATIONALE In line with its Private Sector Strategy, UNDP is becoming increasingly well positioned to support innovative approaches of inclusive market development (IMD) engaging the private sector and other stakeholders to improve opportunities for the poor to participate in markets as producers, employees or consumers. With Africa being a major focus of UNDP’s work, a strategic, regional Private Sector and Inclusive Market Development for Poverty Reduction in Africa project, the “African Facility for Inclusive Markets” (AFIM), commenced in November 2010 and its activities got integrated into the UNDP Regional Programme from Africa in January 2015. The UNDP private sector unit is based in the Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development Cluster of  the UNDP’s Regional Service Center for Africa in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. OBJECTIVES OF THE SERVICE / WORK This assignment seeks to develop and roll-out a training programme to support the development and growth of inclusive business ecosystem-building initiatives at country level in Africa. It also includes a mapping study of the inclusive businesses ecosystem in 3 countries and sectors (one sector per country), which will include identifying key constraints and opportunities for inclusive businesses in that ecosystem. The countries and sectors of focus are: Uganda-Tourism, Lesotho-Mobile Banking, Senegal-renewable energy/solar. SCOPE OF THE SERVICE / WORK The tasks of the Assignment are the following: Review existing literature, documentation, reports on inclusive business ecosystems and inclusive business ecosystem-building initiatives. Participate in an inception call with the UNDP Private Sector Unit. . . . BID SUBMISSION INSTRUCTION: Strictly follow the instructions indicated in the RFP Standard Bid Document (SBD) uploaded hereto DOCUMENTS REQUIRED: The following proposals must be prepared as per the prescribed standard format indicated in the respective RFP Bid Document. The Proposals shall be submitted before application deadline September 24, 2015 via UNDP Ethiopia Secured mail address: procurement.et@undp.org Technical Proposal in pdf Financial Proposal in pdf Please note that these proposals shall be submitted to the designated secured email into two files but in one email unless both Files are Greater than 9MB file size EMAIL SUBJECT LINE WHILE SUBMITTING PROPOSAL: While submitting your proposals to procurement.et@undp.org be sure your email subject line is RSC-RFP-2015-06

Firm Level Consultancy Service for a Feasibility Study and a Business Plan for the African Inclusive Markets Excellence Center (AIMEC) - Re-advertised

United Nations Development Programme | Published May 22, 2015  -  Deadline June 7, 2015
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BACKGROUND / RATIONALE Markets play an instrumental role in the day to day lives of all citizens including the poor. They and the private sector companies and entrepreneurs involved in them, are the engine of growth, generate jobs and incomes and provide goods, services and solutions for poor women and men, and thereby have the potential to increase choices and opportunities. In most countries, markets are also central in determining whether growth occurs and whether it is inclusive or not. However, as evidenced in many countries in Africa, markets do not always provide access and benefits for the poor and vulnerable. The challenge is to ensure that markets are properly governed and regulated to work in such ways that generate the widest benefits for society, including for the poor and vulnerable. This requires close interaction between the state, the private sector and wider civil society where each plays defined roles, and having sufficient capacities to overcome existing limitations due to inadequate policy, legal and regulatory frameworks and the absence of fora to support inclusive policy dialogues and formulation including implementing capacity involving all stakeholders including youth and women. . . . OBJECTIVES & EXPECTED OUTCOMES OF THE AIMEC Overall Objective of the AIMEC It is proposed here that in in order to promote regional economic integration through transformative regional value chains starting with the food industry, leading to job creation, income generation and poverty reduction, the establishment of an African Inclusive Markets Excellence Center (AIMEC) is imperative. The AIMEC is aimed to become the premier pan-African think and do platform on Inclusive Markets in strategic job-rich and livelihood enhancing sectors. The AIMEC will provide products and services to the AU and its organs, the RECs and Member States to support them in regional value chain development, inclusive markets and business development, i.e. to include the poor and vulnerable (including women and youth) as producers, employees and consumers in continental and regional economic development policies and programmes and in the markets of the member states.  It will also provide expert advice, tools and methodologies as well as benchmarks to fast-track inclusive growth in Africa with active engagement of the private sector. The Center will work at the continental level (Africa level) and/or regional level (Regional Economic Communities level) and ensure that aspects related to South- South and Triangular Collaboration are fully taken into account and promoted. The Center will be set-up as an independent entity in a highly motivated Member State with capacity to support its development. The Member state and exact location for the Center will be informed by the financial and technical assessments and will be decided after the assignment. Expected Outcome for the Work of the AIMEC The expected Outcome for the work of the AIMEC is to contribute towards: Regional economic integration promoted through transformative regional value chains, and inclusive markets and business development. Indicators for this Outcome may include: Number of policy papers and tools on policies conducive to regional value chains and inclusive markets and business development adopted by AUC, RECs and/or member states Number of regional value chains upgraded in partnership with Regional Economic Communities and the private sector Number of national rolling-out the African Agribusiness Supplier Development program and Supplier Development programs in other service and manufacturing sectors Number of national rolling-out the CAADP Investment Facilitation Programme Benchmarks and best practices that assess the inclusiveness process at the member, regional and continental levels In order to achieve the above expected outcomes, AIMEC will build the capacity of the AU and its organs including the RECs, and the AU Members States in fostering more inclusive markets and businesses in Africa. To do so, it will build on existing frameworks and initiatives of the AU, as outlined in Concept Note attached, as well as on the tried and tested products and services of the UNDP African Facility for Inclusive Markets (AFIM) in the areas of knowledge exchange and training, policy advice, advocacy, and catalytic actions in the agri-food sector. . . . EXPECTED OUTPUTS / DELIVERABLES The deliverables to be achieved by the Consultancy firm/Consultant(s) for the successful completion of the assignment include the following: Two weeks after a briefing meeting Deliverable 1: Inception report including the implementation plan to be submitted to UNDP/AUC Two months after the beginning of the assignment Deliverable 2: A draft report feasibility study and business plan for the AIMEC Internal validation to take place between mid-August and beginning of September Two weeks after internal validation meeting Deliverable 3: Updated draft of the feasibility study and business plan to be validated externally Two weeks after the external validation meeting: All documents are to be considered and discussed during a validation workshop planned for end of September 2015 and upon which, having taken cognizance of the outcomes and feedback from the validation exercise, the Consultants should submit the following: Deliverable 4: Revised and final feasibility study and business plan. This should have taken into consideration comments of the validation workshop. BID SUBMISSION INSTRUCTION: Strictly follow the instructions indicated in the RFP Standard Bid Document (SBD) uploaded hereto DOCUMENTS REQUIRED: The following proposals must be prepared as per the prescribed standard format indicated in the respective RFP Bid Document. The Proposals shall be submitted before application deadline June 7, 2015 via UNDP Ethiopia Secured mail address: procurement.et@undp.org Technical Proposal in pdf Financial Proposal in pdf Please note that these proposals shall be submitted to the designated secured email into two files but in one email unless both Files are Greater than 9MB EMAIL SUBJECT LINE WHILE SUBMITTING PROPOSAL: While submitting your proposals to procurement.et@undp.org be sure your email subject line is RSC-RFP-2015-03

RSC/RFP/2015/03 - Firm Level Consultancy Service for a Feasibility Study and a Business Plan for the African Inclusive Markets Excellence Center (AIMEC) - Re-advertised

United Nations Development Programme | Published September 22, 2015  -  Deadline October 20, 2015
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BACKGROUND / RATIONALE Markets play an instrumental role in the day to day lives of all citizens including the poor. They and the private sector companies and entrepreneurs involved in them, are the engine of growth, generate jobs and incomes and provide goods, services and solutions for poor women and men, and thereby have the potential to increase choices and opportunities. In most countries, markets are also central in determining whether growth occurs and whether it is inclusive or not. . . . OBJECTIVES OF THE SERVICE / WORK This assignment seeks to assess the feasibility of establishing an African Inclusive Markets Excellence Center, prepare a business plan including the value proposition and service offer for the Center, the organisational set up, governance and financing structures, as well as partnership and resource mobilization strategies necessary for the success and sustainability of the Center. The assignment will require the study of relevant Centers in order to examine the configuration, structures and profiles of similar Centers that exist (e.g. Africa Minerals Development Center, Statistical Institute, Istanbul International Center for Private Sector in Development, the Global Development Center, etc.). This is for the purpose of identifying best practice, lessons learnt examples and possible adaptation and emulation by the AIMEC. The assignment should also highlight possible challenges that the Centre is likely to meet during its establishment, and where available, highlight possible mitigation measures which have worked well in other centre establishment and sustainable management and maintenance examples. SCOPE OF THE SERVICE / WORK The tasks of the Assignment are the following: Undertake a SWOT analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats), Assessment of the External and Internal Environment (PESTLE), Stakeholders expectations, cost-benefit, risk analysis and identify the value addition of creating the Center as well as the comparative advantage of such continental centre; . . . EXPECTED OUTPUTS / DELIVERABLES The deliverables to be achieved by the Consultancy firm/Consultant(s) for the successful completion of the assignment include the following: 1. One week after a briefing meeting Deliverable 1: Inception report including the implementation plan to be submitted to UNDP/AUC 2. Two months after the beginning of the assignment Deliverable 2: A draft report feasibility study and business plan for the AIMEC 3. Internal validation to take place beginning of February 4. Two weeks after internal validation meeting Deliverable 3: Updated draft of the feasibility study and business plan to be validated externally 5. Two weeks after the external validation meeting. All documents are to be considered and discussed during a validation workshop planned for end of February 2016 and upon which, having taken cognizance of the outcomes and feedback from the validation exercise, the Consultants should submit the following: Deliverable 4: Revised and final feasibility study and business plan. This should have taken into consideration comments of the validation workshop. ​ BID SUBMISSION INSTRUCTION: Strictly follow the instructions indicated in the RFP Proposal Submission Form uploaded hereto DOCUMENTS REQUIRED: The following proposals must be prepared as per the prescribed standard format indicated in the respective RFP Bid Document. The Proposals shall be submitted before application deadline October 20, 2015via UNDP Ethiopia Secured mail address: procurement.et@undp.org Technical Proposal in pdf under file name: RSC-RFP-2015-03 – TP - [insert Company Name] Financial Proposal in pdf under file name:: RSC-RFP-2015-03 – FP - [insert Company Name] Please note that these proposals shall be submitted to the designated secured email into two files but in one email unless both Files are Greater than 9MB file size EMAIL SUBJECT LINE WHILE SUBMITTING PROPOSAL: While submitting your proposals to procurement.et@undp.org be sure your email subject line is RSC-RFP-2015-03

Firm level consultancy to contribute to the overall design and implementation of the Business Continuity (BC) and Disaster Recovery (DR) initiative for all the UN agencies

United Nations Development Programme | Published February 8, 2016
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I. BACKGROUND / RATIONALE

Under the overall leadership and guidance of the United Nations Country Team (UNCT), the Operations Management Team (OMT) endeavours to facilitate the implementation of Delivering as One (DaO) by harmonizing operational policies of UN bodies, agencies, funds and programmes in Ethiopia. Moreover, OMT proposes and implements inter-agency initiatives to ensure quality of support services, while utilizing resources effectively.

Together with OMT, the OMT Information and Communication Technology and (ICT) Working Group (WG) and Business Continuity Management (BCM) seek consultancy services to contribute to the overall design and implementation of the Business Continuity (BC) and Disaster Recovery (DR) initiative for all the UN agencies, fund, programmes and specialized agencies. 

II. OBJECTIVES OF THE SERVICE / WORK

The OMT ICT WG & BCM WG are seeking two consultants from consultancy firms to work together for the development of a comprehensive business continuity and disaster recovery plan for UN Entities in Ethiopia. One consultant to focus on the technical aspects of Information Technology (IT) Disaster Recovery/communications itself and the other consultant to dovetail and link BC critical processes identified by each UN agency, funds, programmes and specialized agencies to the varied IT/communications possibilities.

Engagement on this project will include a combination of desk work including research, meetings as well as in person collaboration with people from different UN Agencies operating in Ethiopia. This role will support the review and refining of concepts and ideas put forward by working groups facilitated by the ICT and BCM WGs as well as the various UN agencies, funds, programmes and specialized agencies in scope of this engagement

III. SCOPE OF THE SERVICE / WORK

The BC & DR Assessment Consultants are expected to carry out and accomplish the following tasks:

  1. Inception report to better define the engagement and its deliverables
  2. Meetings with key BC and DR staff and each UN agency, fund, programme and specialized agency to understand existing BC and DR plans
  3. A detailed report on the findings and observations based on the review of any existing business continuity and disaster recovery plans by each UN agency. The report should include:
    1. Review of existing BCP plans at each UN agency, fund, programme and specialized agency  including:
      1. Critical business processes analysis and services including communication plans, risks, mitigation strategies, etc.
      2. Analysis of existing operating environment for each agency
      3. Review of RTO and RPO targets for each agency
      4. Process and procedures for Business Continuity Plan (BCP) at each UN agency, fund, programme and specialized agency
      5. Critical staff list and responsibilities
      6. Availability of BCP software and hardware

        IV. EXPECTED OUTPUTS / DELIVERABLES

      7. Meetings with key BC and DR staff and each UN agency, fund, programme and specialized agency to understand existing BC and DR plans
      8. A detailed report on the findings and observations based on the review of any existing business continuity and disaster recovery plans by each UN agency
      9. A detailed report on the proposed joint BC and DR plans for UN agencies, funds, programmes and specialized agencies in scope for this engagement.
      10. V. METHODOLOGY / APPROACH OF THE SERVICE (WORK)

      11. The BC & DR Assessment Consultants shall detail a methodology appropriate for the assignment. This is a mandatory requirement and must be submitted as part of the application for this consultancy. The methodology shall be reviewed and finalized at the inception phase in consultation with the OMT ICT and BCM WGs.
      12. In the execution of his/her tasks, The BC & DR Assessment Consultants will closely collaborate with the OMT ICT and BCM WGs. 

For Request for Proposal (RFP)

BID SUBMISSION INSTRUCTION:

  • Strictly follow the instructions indicated in the RFP Proposal Submission Form uploaded hereto

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED:

The following proposals must be prepared as per the prescribed standard format indicated in the respective RFP Bid Document. The Proposals shall be submitted before application deadline March 1, 2016 via UNDP Ethiopia Secured mail address: procurement.et@undp.org

  • Technical Proposal in pdf under file name: ETH-RFP-2016-02 – TP - [insert Company Name]
  • Financial Proposal in pdf under file name:: ETH-RFP-2016-02 – FP - [insert Company Name]

Please note that these proposals shall be submitted to the designated secured email into two files but in one email unless both Files are Greater than 9MB file size

 

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EOI - Ethiopia - Consultancy Services for Transport and Poverty Observatory Study on the Modjo-Moyale Road Corridor – 07 2015

 | Published July 20, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTANCY SERVICES) THE FEDERAL DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF ETHIOPIA Transport and Poverty Observatory Study on the Modjo-Moyale Road Corridor Transport Sector Project ID No.: S/52/NCB/RP/AfDB/2007EFY The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia has received financing from the African Development Bank toward the cost of Consultancy Services for Transport and Poverty Observatory Study on the Modjo-Moyale Road Corridor. The services include socio-economic baseline and post-completion impact assessment surveys and impact evaluation designed to cover the Modjo – Moyale road, a section of the Mombasa- Nairobi- Addis Ababa road corridor that forms part of the Trans-Africa Highway. The expected time of commencement will be January 2016. The Ethiopian Roads Authority now invites eligible Consultants to indicate their interest in providing the services. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (brochures, core business, years of experience in the business, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, technical and managerial organizational structure of the firm, number of key staffs, availability of appropriate skills among staff, general qualification etc.). Consultants may constitute joint- ventures to enhance their qualifications and should clearly indicate the intention to apply in a joint venture, sub-consultancy or other defined type of association. Eligibility criteria, establishment of the short-list and the selection procedure shall be in accordance with the African Development Bank’s “Rules and Procedures for the Use of Consultants (May 2008 Edition, Revised July 2012)”, which is available on the Bank’s website at http://www.afdb.org. The Employer is under no obligation to shortlist any Consultant who expresses interest. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours: from 08:30 to 12:30 hours and from 13:30 to 17:30 hours (local time), Mondays to Thursdays and 08:30 to 11:30 and 13:30 to 17:30 hours (local time) on Fridays. Expression of interest must be delivered in three (3) copies to the address below on or before August 10, 2015 for Transport and Poverty Observatory Study on the Modjo-Moyale Road Corridor. Attn: W/t Tirsit Tamiru Engineering Procurement Directorate, Director Ethiopian Roads Authority Ras Abebe Aregay Street P.O.Box 1770 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Tel: 251 -11- 551-50-02, Fax: 251 -11-554-44-34/551-48-66 Email: tirsittamiru@gmail.com

Firm Level Consultancy Service to conduct ICT Infrastructure Survey and installation Services for Entrepreneurship Development Center (EDC)

United Nations Development Programme | Published August 11, 2015  -  Deadline September 3, 2015
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kindly request you to submit your Proposal for Firm Level Consultancy Service to conduct a ICT Infrastructure Survey and installation Services for Entrepreneurship Development Center (EDC). The objective of this service is to do a thorough survey of EDC’s existing ICT infrastructure and recommend a well thought solution that allows the office to operate in a secure networked environment, where resources shared to improve productivity, collaboration, business continuity and cost effectiveness. Please be guided by the form attached hereto as Annex II, in preparing your Proposal. Proposals may be submitted on or before 3rd September, 2015 and via email, courier mail or fax to the address below: Attn: Ms. MH United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) ECA Compound, Congo Building, 6th Floor, North Wing P.O. Box: 5580 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia OR Via our secured mail address: procurement.et@undp.org E-mail address dedicated for this purpose: info.procurementet@undp.org (please note that it is only dedicated for enquiry and confirmation for proposal submission. Do not submit both Technical and Financial proposals to this account. If you do so, your proposals will be rejected and UNDP will not be accountable for it).

Consultancy Firm for Development and Installation of Management Information System

United Nations Development Programme | Published October 15, 2014  -  Deadline November 3, 2014
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To realize the vision of Ethiopia’s Growth and Transformation Plan, and the role that a growing and dynamic private sector can play in its achievement, the Ministry of Urban Development and Construction and the Federal Micro and Small Enterprises Development Agency (FEMSEDA), in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Ethiopia, launched the Entrepreneurship Development Programme (EDP) in February 2013. The goal of the EDP is to foster the emergence of a robust and competitive private sector through the development of the micro and small enterprise (MSE) sector. EDP established the Entrepreneurship Development Centre (EDC), a semi-autonomous organization, to spearhead the implementation of innovative entrepreneurship skills training and customized business development services to new and existing MSEs in the country. EDC is seeking the service of a qualified consultancy firm to create an IT system to track the progress of the EDC under the EDP framework. The EDP framework is composed of four measureable project outputs which include (i) institution capacity building; (ii) development of entrepreneurship knowledge and skills through training sessions; (iii) establishment of new SMEs and enhancement of existing ones; and (iv) developing greater awareness and policy dialogues about MSEs. Each of the four project outputs have specific indicators and targets to measure the progress of the EDP.

Supply of Data Mining and Analytics Software along with associated training for users.

United Nations Secretariat | Published November 11, 2014  -  Deadline November 28, 2014
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The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia hereby seeks interested firms to supply Data Mining and Analytics Software that is able to explore large amounts of data to reveal hidden patterns and relationships to extract new information and knowledge. The software should have features like, Data Management, Forecasting, Business Intelligence and Data Visualization, Server-based Concurrent Multi-User Environment and Programmable and Extensible. The software providers are expected to supply the software along with the training for 30 users. Interested firms will be invited to the tender by a “Request for Proposal” (RFP) at a later stage. This tender envisages selection of a single firm to supply the software along with the associated training. Please note that the UNECA is precluded from entering into contract with a firm that is not fully registered with UNECA. Those interested in responding to this invitation but not currently fully registered as vendors with UNECA, are encouraged to register before submission of the bid. Further details may be obtained by visiting https://www.ungm.org/Vendor/Registration. In order to be eligible for UN Registration, please make sure to declare in writing the Prerequisite for Eligibility criteria itemized from A-E as contained in EOI instruction attached. Those interested should write to the above-mentioned e-mail address or fax number to submit their “expression of interest” by the deadline of 28 November 2014.

EOI – Ethiopia - Consulting Services - Market Research and Feasibility Study – 05 2015

 | Published May 8, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES) Ethiopia Market Research and Feasibility Study Energy sector The dVentus Technologies PLC has received financing from the African Development Bank toward the cost of financing certain expenditures required for the commercial scale up of the company’s product design and development facility into a local manufacturing facility focusing on energy efficient products such as Smart Electric Meter and Smart Power Converter, and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this grant to payments under the contract for Market Research and Feasibility Study. Ethiopia is on an ambitious journey to become a completely carbon-neutral economy in 2025 and to this end it is seeking to: (i) add to its renewable energy mix by adding more wind power to its largely hydro generation, and (ii) improve the efficiency of the distribution infrastructure by introducing smart grid solutions into its distribution system. Having this in mind, dVentus is working on local manufacturing capacity of generator and power converters for utility scale wind turbines and a smart electric meter for smart grid applications and smart water meters. The Market research and Feasibility Study, to be completed within 12 weeks, will include the following services:  Market research in Ethiopia, the region and other emerging markets; and feasibility studies for:  Smart Electric meters and system  Smart water meters and system  Develop marketing and sales strategy and tools  Complete business plan and financing strategy The dVentus Technologies PLC now invites eligible consultants to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). Consultants may constitute joint-ventures to enhance their chances of qualification. The Consultant has to be one of the major Global Business/ Marketing Consultancy firms, with experience in sub-Saharan Africa and in particular East Africa is compulsory. Experience in Ethiopia is an added advantage. It is desirable that the Consultant has experience with technology startups, and specifically in the energy and utility provision sectors. Eligibility criteria, establishment of the short-list and the selection procedure shall be in accordance with the African Development Bank’s “Rules and Procedures for the use of Consultants” [May 2008 Edition Revised July 2012], which is available on the Bank’s website at http://www.afdb.org. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours [09:00 to 17:00 hours (GMT + 3]. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by 26 May 2015 at 17:00 hours and mention “Market Research and Feasibility Study”. Attn: dVentus Technologies PLC Minassie Girma, Procurement Specialist Lafto-Lebu Industry Zone, Ring Service Road Tel: +251-114 198 842/3; +251-912 600 114 Facsimile (fax): +251-114 196 177 E-mail: minassie.girma@dventus.com

Consultancy Service for Development of Entrepreneurship Development Center (EDC’s) Three Years’ Strategic Plan

United Nations Development Programme | Published June 9, 2015  -  Deadline June 25, 2015
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To realize the vision of Ethiopia’s Growth and Transformation Plan, and the role that a growing and dynamic private sector can play in its achievement, the Ministry of Urban Development and Construction and the Federal Micro and Small Enterprises Development Agency (FEMSEDA), in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Ethiopia, launched the Entrepreneurship Development Programme (EDP) in February 2013. EDC is seeking the services of a qualified consulting firm to develop a three-year Strategic Plan for EDC under the EDP framework. The EDP framework is composed of four measureable project outputs which include (i) institutional capacity building; (ii) development of entrepreneurship knowledge and skills through training services; (iii) establishment of new SMEs and enhancement of the capacity of existing ones; and (iv) creating greater awareness and fostering policy dialogues about MSEs among key stakeholders and donor agencies. The selected consulting firm will work with EDC staff and UNDP to develop a three years Strategic plan for EDC, to enhance effective programme implementation, increase the level of awareness of the EDP among strategic partners and stakeholders, including SMEs, to promote and attract technical support and mobilize resources, and especially recommend strategic options for scaling up and ensuring sustainability. The consultant needs to analyze the existing data and draft the Strategic Plan in line with EDC mandates and the different programme components to develop the appropriate strategy and ensuring sustainability of EDC. The consultant will engage with department level managers, the gender manager and representatives from Centers of Excellence and regional coordinators to understand binding constraints impeding the development of entrepreneurship and business creation, including constraints and challenges that affect women entrepreneurs by taking sample of SMEs that have received BDS services.

National Consultancy Firm for Data Collection, Organizing and Verification

United Nations Development Programme | Published March 5, 2015  -  Deadline March 24, 2015
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To realize the vision of Ethiopia’s Growth and Transformation Plan, and the role that a growing and dynamic private sector can play in its achievement, the Ministry of Urban Development and Construction and the Federal Micro and Small Enterprises Development Agency (FEMSEDA), in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Ethiopia, launched the Entrepreneurship Development Programme (EDP) in February 2013. The goal of the EDP is to foster the emergence of a robust and competitive private sector through the development of the micro and small enterprise (MSE) sector.  EDP established the Entrepreneurship Development Centre (EDC), a semi-autonomous organization, to spearhead the implementation of innovative entrepreneurship skills training and customized business development services to new and existing MSEs in the country. EDC is seeking the service of a qualified consultancy firm to collect, organize and verify data which can be used as input for Management Information System/ MIS of the progress of the EDC under the EDP framework. It should be clear that currently, MIS is under development by another consultancy firm. The EDP framework is composed of four measureable project outputs, which include (i) institutional capacity building; (ii) development of entrepreneurship knowledge and skills through training sessions; (iii) establishment of new SMEs and enhancement of existing ones; and (iv) developing greater awareness and policy dialogues about MSEs.  Each of the four project outputs have specific indicators and targets to measure the progress of the EDP. The  selected consultant is to develop a mechanism/ system  that is compatible  with the management information system (MIS) to be developed by another consultant, for the collection, collation and verification of all data/ information (existing and future) on EDP beneficiaries/EDC clients  disaggregated by gender and age. This will include data structuring, modeling, coding removing, syntactical errors, and test data integration with the MIS database The system / mechanism should be able to capture discrepancies identified in data collected, indicating valid and invalid data. Since MIS is under development by another consultancy firm, the consultant should ensure that the data captured can be used as an input for the MIS. The system must help to facilitate the day-to-day activities of EDC and ensure quality service delivery while meeting the goals and target set under the EDP.

GPN - ETHIOPIA - establishment of a local manufacturing facility of smart meters and energy efficient generators and power electronics converters to harness the national and regional market opportunity - dVentus Technologies PLC – 03 2015

 | Published March 2, 2015
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GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE ETHIOPIA dVentus Technologies PLC 1. dVentus Technologies PLC has received a grant from the African Development Bank’s Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa for its corporate expansion. 2. The principal objective of this project is to contribute towards the establishment of a local manufacturing facility of smart meters and energy efficient generators and power electronics converters to harness the national and regional market opportunity. Procurement of goods and services (other than consultant services) will be in accordance with the Bank's Rules and Procedures for the Procurement of Goods and Works. Acquisition of the services of Consultants will follow the Bank's Rules and Procedures for the Use of Consultants. Bidding documents and Requests for Proposals are expected to be available in February 2015. 3. The project includes the following components : i. Market and Bankability Study: The objective of this activity is to provide comprehensive business potential of dVentus products mainly at the national and regional level. Furthermore the study should explore the viability of different financing structures for the financing of Phase III as well as the bankability of the project. The study shall encompass: - Market potential over a period of 10 years mainly for local and regional markets - Pricing, competitive landscape and risks associated - Sales and financial forecasts - Recommended marketing and sales strategy as well as marketing tools - Sustainable outsourcing of components and parts - Explore different fund raising options for the manufacturing facility (Phase III) ii. Product Certification of Smart Electric Meter: Obtain a product certification that meets applicable international standards (i.e. International Electrotechnical Commission, European Conformity and Underwriters Laboratories). Implementation will be supported by experts that assist throughout the certification plan, build production validation prototypes, source test equipment and install it at dVentus, support testing and assist certification with an international certifying body. iii. Design Validation and Certification of Permanent Magnet Variable Speed Generator and Smart Power Converter: Will provide dVentus with international acceptance in accordance with IEC standards prior to building prototypes. The design validation and certification program will be implemented by international experts supplementing design, purchasing proper design tools and supporting certification by accredited certifying body. The certification will allow dVentus to have a fully functional design and international acceptance in its path to become a national and regional market player. 4. Procurement of goods and/or works will be in accordance with the Bank's Rules and Procedures for the Procurement of Goods and Works. Acquisition of the services of Consultants will follow the Bank's Rules of Procedure for the Use of Consultants. Bidding documents are expected to be available in March 2015. 5. Interested bidders may obtain further information, and should confirm their interest, by contacting : dVentus Technologies PLC Lafto-Lebu Industry Zone, Ring Service Road P. O. Box – 1784/1110, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Tel: +251-114-198842/43 Cell: +251-911-669291 Email: beza.keflemariam@dventus.com danielg@dventus.com

EOI – Ethiopia - Consulting Services - Design Validation and Certification of Permanent Magnet Variable Speed Generator and Converter – 0 2015

 | Published July 8, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES) Ethiopia Design Validation and Certification of Permanent Magnet Variable Speed Generator and Converter Energy Sector Financing Agreement reference: The dVentus Technologies PLC has received financing from the African Development Bank through the Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (SEFA) toward the cost of the financing certain expenditures required for the commercial scale up of the company’s product design and development facility into a local manufacturing facility focusing on energy efficient products such as Smart Electric Meter and Smart Power Converter, and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this grant to payments under the contract for Design Validation and Certification of Permanent Magnet Variable Speed Generator and Converter. Despite the fact that Ethiopia was one of the few African countries formulating and implementing a full-fledged Industrial Sector Development Policy (ISDP) since the early 2000s, the contribution of the Industrial Sector to country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) remains static at 14%, significantly below the African’s Continent average currently at 30.6%. The ultimate goal of the ISDP is to increase the share and benefits earned from the global integration with an ultimate goal of becoming an industrialized country. The ISDP is based on a broader development vision that gives agriculture a leading role in the industrialization process of the country by exploring synergies with industries that privilege exportations. Concrete intervention areas of the ISDP include: (i) creation of a conducive business environment, and (ii) provision of direct support for selected sectors. The Design Validation and Certification of Permanent Magnet Variable Speed Generator and Converter, is to be completed within 10 weeks. Services to be completed included under this project are:  Review existing designs and whether they meet international requirements (design validation)  Make an assessment of customer requirements  Ensure that quality and reliability requirement are met  Propose requirement for the manufacturability of the product  Make a full cost assessment  Support re-design activity and training requirement  Identify and procure design validation resources (software, prototype parts, tools, test equipment and others as needed), as per the Bank’s procurement rules and procedures  Develop design verification tests and certification tests  Check performance and functionality of prototypes  Advise on supply chain development and manufacturing plant design  Obtain international design certification for generator and power converter The dVentus Technologies PLC now invites eligible consultants to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). Consultants may constitute joint-ventures to enhance their chances of qualification. The Consultant has to have demonstrable experience in product design validation. Experience in Ethiopia is an added advantage. It is desirable that the Consultant has experience with technology start-ups, and specifically in the energy and utility provision sectors. Eligibility criteria, establishment of the short-list and the selection procedure shall be in accordance with the African Development Bank’s “Rules and Procedures for the use of Consultants” [May 2008 Edition Revised July 2012, which is available on the Bank’s website at http://www.afdb.org. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours [09:00 to 17:00 hours (GMT + 3)]. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by Monday August 3rd 2015 at 17:00 hours [GMT + 3] and mention “Design Validation and Certification of Permanent Magnet Variable Speed Generator and Converter”. Attn: dVentus Technologies PLC Minassie Girma, Procurement Specialist Lafto-Lebu Industry Zone, Ring Service Road Tel: +251-114 198 842/3; +251-912 600 114 Facsimile (fax): +251-114 196 177 E-mail: minassie.girma@dventus.com

EOI – Ethiopia - Consulting services - Smart Meters Product Certification – 08 2015

 | Published August 26, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES) Ethiopia Smart Meters Product Certification Energy/Utility Sector The dVentus Technologies PLC has received financing from the African Development Bank through the Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (SEFA) toward the cost of the financing certain expenditures required for the commercial scale up of the company’s product design and development facility into a local manufacturing facility focusing on energy efficient products such as Smart Electric Meter and Smart Power Converter, and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this grant to payments under the contract for Smart Meters Product Certification. Despite the fact that Ethiopia was one of the few African countries formulating and implementing a full-fledged Industrial Sector Development Policy (ISDP) since the early 2000s, the contribution of the Industrial Sector to country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) remains static at 14%, significantly below the African’s Continent average currently at 30.6%. The ultimate goal of the ISDP is to increase the share and benefits earned from the global integration with an ultimate goal of becoming an industrialized country. The ISDP is based on a broader development vision that gives agriculture a leading role in the industrialization process of the country by exploring synergies with industries that privilege exportations. Concrete intervention areas of the ISDP include: (i) creation of a conducive business environment, and (ii) provision of direct support for selected sectors. The Smart Meters Product Certification is to be completed within 12 weeks. Services to be completed included under this project are:  Certification of dVentus single phase smart electric meter  Certification of dVentus three phases smart electric meter  Certification of dVentus Digital smart water meter  Facilitate and provide training on Meter data Management Systems  Procure Pre-certification Equipment and prototype parts for single phase, three phase, and water meter, as per the Bank’s rules and procedures The dVentus Technologies PLC now invites eligible consultants to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). Consultants may constitute joint-ventures to enhance their chances of qualification. The Consultant has to have demonstrable experience in testing, procurement, and processing product certification. It is desirable that the Consultant has experience with technology development, and specifically in the energy and utility provision sectors. Eligibility criteria, establishment of the short-list and the selection procedure shall be in accordance with the African Development Bank’s “Rules and Procedures for the use of Consultants” [May 2008 Edition Revised July 2012, which is available on the Bank’s website at http://www.afdb.org. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours [09:00 to 17:00 hours (GMT + 3)]. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by Monday September 14th 2015 at 17:00 hours [GMT + 3] and mention “Smart Meters Product Certification”. Attn: dVentus Technologies PLC Minassie Girma, Procurement Specialist Lafto-Lebu Industry Zone, Ring Service Road Tel: +251-114 198 842/3; +251-912 600 114 Facsimile (fax): +251-114 196 177 E-mail: minassie.girma@dventus.com

GPN – Ethiopia - Mekele-Dallol & Semera-Afdera Power Transmission Supply for Industrial Development and Access Scale-up Project - MDSAPIAP

 | Published June 27, 2016
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SPN - Ethiopia - Rural Electrification II Project - Design & Supply of AAAC 95 sq mm conductor – 10 2015

 | Published October 26, 2015
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SPN – Ethiopia - Rural Electrification II Project – 10 2015

 | Published October 26, 2015
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Information Notice – Ethiopia - Design and Construction of Modjo-Awassa Highway Project , Phase-I - Modjo-Zeway, Lot I: Modjo-Meki – Contract Awards – 11 2015

 | Published November 10, 2015
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GPN - Ethiopia - Drought Resilient and Sustainable Livelihoods Programme in the Horn of Africa : Ethiopia Project - DRSLP II – 11 2015

 | Published November 3, 2015
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GPN – Ethiopia - Strengthening climate information and early warning systems for climate resilient and adaptation to climate change in Ethiopia Project

 | Published June 6, 2016
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