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Honduras — Inclusive territorial economic development in the Muskitia region. The program strengthens territorial governance, improves the business climate and increases access to services for indigenous peoples. Phase 1 (2017-2020)

Departamento Federal de Asuntos Exteriores DFAE Agencia Suiza para el Desarrollo y la Cooperación COSUDE, División América Latina y el Caribe, Oficina de Cooperación Suiza en Honduras | Published December 6, 2016
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Honduras — Inclusive territorial economic development in the Muskitia region. The program strengthens territorial governance, improves the business climate and increases access to services for indigenous peoples. Phase 1 (2017-2020).

Honduras — Inclusive territorial economic development in the Muskitia region. The program strengthens territorial governance, improves the business climate and increases access to services for indigenous peoples. Phase 1 (2017-2020)

Departamento Federal de Asuntos Exteriores DFAE Agencia Suiza para el Desarrollo y la Cooperación COSUDE, División América Latina y el Caribe, Oficina de Cooperación Suiza en Honduras | Published July 8, 2016  -  Deadline October 3, 2016

The program contributes to the establishment of new models of inclusive territorial economic development that increases the competitiveness of the indigenous producers of the Muskitia, through participation in value chains such as cocoa, fishing and basic grains. The program takes advantage of the region's geographic location on the sea and and its borders with Nicaragua and Colombia that allow access to national and international markets.

The program is relevant because it strengthens shared governance, indigenous territorial development and horizontal harmonization among indigenous actors and the private business sector. In addition, it increases the capacity of the municipalities and central government agencies to respond to the indigenous peoples and the needs of the private sector.

The program generates employment and income, invigorates the local economy and contributes to food security in a context of historical exclusion and chronic nutritional deficit. It also increases the circulating capital needed for economic activity, reduces migration and loss of human capital.

The program helps reduce the insecurity generated by organized crime through the creation of alternative economic opportunities for the young people in rural and urban zones.

This initiative is aligned with the regional and national policies and plans, with potential strategic alliances with other development partners such as the United Nations and Germany, and with the Muskitia Alliance project of the Economic Development Sector Cabinet. In addition, the program causes changes in the cooperation models, from a vertical system to a horizontal system oriented to structural processes and changes constructed with the indigenous population.

Building on the system of indigenous governance, the program strategy is characterized by facilitating and consolidating processes that favour inclusive territorial economic development, articulating the indigenous economy with the local, national and international market economy. It also influences the government to organize the economic development strategy and public investment in the Muskitia zone.

In the first phase, under the mandate modality, the priority is to strengthen indigenous institutionality, social organization and territorial governance structure through cacao value chains, fishing and basic grains. The territorial councils facilitate dialogue and agreement among public and private stakeholders to make the first productive investments. In the succeeding phases, building on solid territorial institutionality in the Musktia, the priority will be contributions to the territorial councils and MASTA with the goal of ensuring the sustainability of the process.

The program impacts approximately 10,000 families living in the department of Gracias a Dios and indirectly 286 communities, 6 municipalities and 12 indigenous territorial councils due to its territorial nature and structural changes produced. 85 % of this population belongs to the Miskitu people and 15 % is comprised of Garífuna, Pech and Tawakas peoples.

The direct participants are: the territorial councils and national indigenous structures such as MASTA, Tawaka, Pech and Garífuna Federations; the production groups of 8 territorial councils; processors, local national and international markets, support services; regulators; the municipalities and the municipal association.

The principal partners are: Ministry of Agriculture and Ranching; National Directorate of Fisheries; Forest Conservation Institute (ICF); Ministry of Energy, Natural Resources, Environment and Mines ‘My Environment’; Association of Municipalities of Honduras (AM-HON); the private business sector; and the alliances with donors in the territory such as UN, USAID, Germany, and the World Bank in the framework of the donors' round table.

HN - SPF Municipal Citizen Security - P151951

PNUD | Published July 13, 2016  -  Deadline August 3, 2016

Acquisition Power Plant Program of the UNITED NATIONS for the Republic Development of Honduras Regional Project on Approach of Public Safety at the Municipal Level in the Triangle NorteCentroamericano component Honduras acquisition dePlanta Electric World Bank grant No. TF 016069 / HN Tender / Call No.BM-IAL / 00085092 / 1967-2016 this solicitation is issued as resultadodel General Procurement Notice for this Project were published in Development Business on Tuesday, April 19 de2016. The Government of the Republic of Honduras has received unadonación International theAssociation Development to finance the cost of the Regional Project Approach Security citizenship NivelMunicipal in the Triangle North Central, component Honduras and intends to apply part of the funds are to be performed payments under the / the contract (s) awarded the Simplified National Competitive Bidding No. BM-IAL / 00085092 / 1967-2016. The Programme UNITED NATIONS (UNDP) Development invites eligible to submit sealed bids for the purchase of PlantaEléctrica bidders. Loslicitantes eligible who are interested may obtain further information at the Procurement Unit and Logistics PNUDen the address at the end of this Call, or on the Web site: / home / operations / procurement /, where you can review and download them tender documents at no cost, as well as clarification and / or amendments to losdocumentos. Qualifications requirements seproporcionan in the Bidding Documents. All bids must be accompanied by a Bid Securing Declaration, in accordance with Annex No 3, estaconsiste in a signed and sealed by the Bidder note. Offers it opened in the presence of bidders quedeseen representantesde attend in person at the address at the end of this call, at 3:30 pm on Wednesday, August 3, 2016. The address referred to above is: Attention: Unit acquisitions yLogística United lasNaciones Program for Development Colonia Palmira, Avenida República dePanamá Tegucigalpa, Honduras

HN Power Sector Efficiency Enhancement - P104034

Unidad Ejecutora de Proyecto Banco Mundial (UEP-BM) | Published March 6, 2015

General Procurement Notice HONDURAS IMPROVEMENT PROJECT OF THE EFFICIENCY OF ENERGY SECTOR (PROMEF) 2015 GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE IDA-4536-HN seráfinanciado The project jointly with the Government of Honduras and the executing agency, Empresa Nacional de Energía Eléctrica (ENEE). The project will include the following components: Rehabilitation of Distribution Networks: Proposes improve reliability and reduce technical losses in distribution lossistemas ENEE, by strengthening the dedistribución, substations and distribution equipment for monitoring, voltage control network and switching. Capacity Strengthening Corporate Governance Institucionaly ENEE: Strengthen financial management and the context in which the ENEE realizasus operations. Consulting services are seleccionaránconforme to the Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Prestatariosdel, May 2004, revised in October 2006. Version Amedida specific ads that are available deadquisiciones for contracts will be issued, to be tendered pursuant to procedimientosde International Competitive Bidding (ICB) and World Bank consultants loscontratos high value in UN Development Business and dgMarket and in the Official Portal of the National System of Purchasing and Contratacionesdel State (http: //www.honducompras.gob. hn) and wide distribucióna newspapers nationwide. Losconsultores wishing to receive a copy of the invitation to presentarexpresiones of interest for consultancy contracts high value aquellosque wish to integrate the database of consultants based Project DeSUS various components and sub-components, or need to obtain másinformación, should be addressed to the following email address or: UnidadEjecutora World Bank (UEP-BM) EmpresaNacional Electric Power Project (ENEE) EdificioCorporativo ENEE, 3rd floor, Residencial El Trapiche Tegucigalpa, Honduras CA Maria Elena Martinez Quan 2969 Email: uepromef @

Call for EOI/Prequalification Procurement of Biometric Citizen Registration kits, software and related services for citizens registration process in Honduras, ref. GP500295RF

UNDP PSU - HONDURAS | Published August 22, 2019  -  Deadline September 12, 2019

The Procurement Services Unit of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP PSU) hereby invites interested suppliers to submit their expression of interest and application for prequalification in relation to upcoming tender (Invitation to Bid) for the referred scope.Case/event Ref. GP500295RF, Call for EOI/Prequalification - Procurement of Biometric Citizen Registration kits, software and related services for citizens registration process in Honduras, ref. GP500295RFCall for EOIs/Prequalification Issue date 22 August 2019Call for EOIs/Prequalification Closing date 12 September 2019Please note that this procurement process is being conducted through the online tendering system of UNDP. Bidders who wish to submit an offer must be registered in the system. Visit this page for system user guides and videos in different languages: already registered, go to and sign in using your username and password. To find the event in eTendering system corresponding to this case, search for event ID UNDP1 GP500295RF.Use “Forgotten password” link if you do not remember your password. Do not create a new profile. If you have never registered in the system before, you can register by visiting the link below and follow the instructions in the user guide ( event.guestPassword: why2changeOnce registered you will receive a valid password to the registered email address which you can use for signing in and changing your password. Please note that your new password should meet the following criteria:• Minimum 8 characters• At least one UPPERCASE LETTER• At least one lowercase letter• At least one numberYou can view and download tender documents with the guest account as per the above username and password, However, if you are interested to participate, you must register in the system and subscribe to this tender to be notified when amendments are made.

Improving Public Sector Performance HN - P110050

Secretaría de Finanzas / Unidad Administradora de Proyectos | Published October 17, 2014  -  Deadline November 3, 2014

International Consultant for Coordination and monitoring audit processes and Payroll Functional Analysis CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST MOF-UAP-EI-021-2014 INDIVIDUAL SELECTION DECONSULTOR Performance Improvement Project Public Sector IDA Credit 5020-The Republic of Hondurasha received a loan from the World Bank parafinanciar cost delDesempeño Improvement Project Public Sector, and intends to apply part of the proceeds of this credit to payments under elContratos One (1) INTERNATIONAL CONSULTANT FOR COORDINATION AND MONITORING A LOSPROCESOS AUDIT PAYROLL AND FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS Sorry, this member required and includes: Professional Degree Title FormaciónAcadémica equivalent certification careers economics, business administration, public administration, management, finance, or carrerasafines. Preferably with Master's or postgraduate antesdescritas areas. Experience Experience of at least ten (10) years deanálisis public sector jobs. Have at least three (3) similar experiences for the purpose of this consultancy: Support recruitment processes, and monitoring and evaluation deimplementación payroll audit and functional-institutional analysis. Have at least three (3) eimplementación experiences in designing monitoring systems and monitoring activities. The Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Standards for Selection and Employment deConsultores World Bank Borrowers under the Individual Consultancy. Omar Humberto Zuniga WILFREDO RAFAEL CERRATORODRIGUEZ SECRETARY OF STATE IN THE OFFICE OF FINANCE

Territorial water governance in the Gulf of Fonseca Region. The overall objective / impact of the program is to contribute to the development of a system of integral and inclusive territorial water governance in the region of the Gulf of Fonseca

Agencia Suiza para el Desarrollo y la Cooperación COSUDE / División América Latina y el Caribe / Oficina de Cooperación Suiza en Honduras | Published June 17, 2016  -  Deadline August 8, 2016

The territorial water governance program in the region of the Gulf of Fonseca (PGHT-RGF) contributes to create spaces for dialogue and peaceful conflict management through water issues in a context of widespread fragility and conflict. The emphasis is on governance and the functioning of the institutional framework for a comprehensive and sustainable management of water resources in the Gulf of Fonseca of the Republic of Honduras. The program complements the initiative of the public sector in the region with the reactivation of the Council of Regional Development and the proper functioning of the Round Tables of Food Security, Climate Change Risk Management and Local Economic Development, within the framework of the Plan of the Nation (2010-2022).

The program measures aim to strengthen the National Plan for Water and Sanitation in Honduras 2014-2018. In addition, the program is supported by the pertinent legal frame-work: the General Water Law, the Framework Law Drinking Water and Sanitation, the Mu-nicipal Law, the Land Use Law and the Law of Forests, Protected Areas and Wildlife. The program is complementary with other programs of the SDC portfolio in the southern re-gion of Honduras, such as: ‘Nuestra Cuenca Goascorán’ and ‘SurCompite’. The pro-gram is aligned with national and regional policies and plans, with potential strategic alli-ances with other development partners and with the Global Water Program.

The general objective of the program is to contribute to the development of a system of integral and inclusive territorial water governance in the region of the Gulf of Fonseca, ensuring the availability of water in a sustainable and equitable manner. To achieve this objective, the following two outcomes are foreseen:

— The five watershed councils in the Gulf of Fonseca reach agreement and make deci-sions about integral management of water resources, linked with national policies.

— Within the framework of the watershed councils, the local governments in the region of the Gulf of Fonseca lead the process of water management, strategic investments, and the application of best practices for conservation, use and sustainability.

The intervention strategy of the program seeks to impact on 800 000 inhabitants in 45 municipalities located in the five watersheds of the Gulf Region. At the meso-level the program will lead to the establishment of a territorial water governance system in the Gulf of Fonseca region, provoking strategic policy changes and ensuring fulfilment of the law. The work at the meso-level will be linked with policy work national and implementation at local-municipal level. At this level, the program will strength the territorial institutional structures represented by the watershed and sub-watershed councils, so they assume leadership and press for application of the General Water Law.

The program promotes strategic water investments that help bring together public and private stakeholders in the region. It also integrates the public investment cycle, the management of municipal investment in watershed development plans. It is also essential to involve the private sector for co-investment and financial leverage to promote citizen and business co-responsibility in the governance of water resources.

The mandatary will be responsible for managing resources and to facilitate the implementation of the program in its first phase for the period 2017-2020, which amount is CHF 7.7 Mio (includes funds for project and service costs). This responsibility shall be coordinated with the different stakeholders and SDC. Driving the program and facilitation process will create greater awareness among the population, promoting consensus and partnerships between authorities and the involved stakeholders. The program provides for three stages of implementation during the period 2017-2027 (12 years).

Corredor Seco Food Security Project - P148737

INVEST-H | Published November 24, 2014  -  Deadline January 8, 2015

Corredor Seco Food Security Project (acs-gafsp) REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTINGSERVICES) HONDURAS                                                                                ALIANZA PARA EL CORREDOR SECO (ACS) Project Number No. P148737 Assignment Title: Corredor Seco FoodSecurity Project (ACS-GAFSP) Reference No. PP-16/17-2014 The Government of Honduras (GOH) has received a Grant from the GlobalAgriculture and Food Security Program (GAFSP); the Honduran Strategic Investment Office- INVEST-H (formerly known as the Millennium Challenge Account Honduras, MCA-H) will bethe Project implementing agency and intends toapply part of the proceeds for consulting services ("the Services"). Under the termsof the GAFSP agreement, INVEST-H will implement the Project through the Services of two (2) Consultants ("Consultants") (such as:Firms, NGO's, Universities, and/or Agencies) allocated to a specific geographic area. The "Consultants" will be required to followguidelines set out by the World Bank, the project's Supervising Entity. The project targets 12,000 extreme poverty and poverty stricken households asbeneficiaries in 25 municipalities within the southern Honduran dry-corridor (Francisco Morazán, Choluteca and El Paraíso). Theoverall Services directed to said beneficiaries consist of technical assistance, procurement agent services and the promotion andimplementation of agricultural, marketing, business development and health/nutrition related subprojects, emphasizing nutritionsensitive and climate-smart agriculture and application of good socio-environmental practices. The Services will focus on Food production and rural household income generation (Component 1), and Nutrition educationand household hygiene (Component 2). The Project will be executed in 5.5 years and will contribute to the GOH's "Alianza para elCorredor Seco" Program. Each Entity will implementthe services either in cluster 1 or cluster 2described as: Cluster1 FranciscoMorazán Curaren,Lepaterique, Reitoca, Alubaren, San Miguelito, La Libertad Choluteca San José, San Antonio de Flores, San IsidroPespire El Paraíso Soledad,Texiguat, Vado Ancho cluster 2 Choluteca Apacilagua,Morolica, Concepcion De Maria, El Corpus, Orocuina, Namasigue, El Triunfo, Duyure, San Marcos deColon El Paraíso Liure, San Antonio de Flores, SanLucas INVEST-H now invites eligible Consultants to indicate their interest inproviding the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualificationsand relevant experience to perform the Services; i.e. brochures, description of a minimum of three similar assignments undertakenin similar conditions, general qualifications and experience as well as the financial turnover of the last three years. The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the WorldBank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment ofConsultants, Under IBRD loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers("Consultant Guidelines"), of January 2011 andrevised on July of 2014, setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Consultants may associate withother entities in the form of a joint venture ora sub-consultancy toenhance their qualifications. Two Consultants will be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost BasedSelection (QCBS) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below duringoffice hours (Official time of Honduras). Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below (inperson, or by mail, or by fax, or by e-mail) by January 8 of 2015 Inversion Estrategica de Honduras (INVEST-H) Attn: Marco Bogran, Executive Director Edificio Los Castanos, 5to piso Boulevard Morazan Tegucigalpa MDC, Honduras, C.A. Tel:(504) 2232-3513, (504) 2232 35-14 Fax: (504) 2235-6626     E-Mail:

HN - SPF Municipal Citizen Security - P151951

PNUD/Unidad de Adquisiciones y Logística | Published April 19, 2016

General Procurement Notice DEADQUISICIONES HONDURAS GENERAL NOTICE sobreun Regional Project approach of Public Safety at the municipal level in the North Central American Triangle, componenteHonduras. Security NOTICE GENERAL PROCUREMENT Grant No. TF016069 The Government of the Republic of Honduras has received a grant from BancoInternacional for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) for an amount equivalent to US $ 1.5 million and intends to use the funds paraefectuar payments on the procurement of goods and contracting works, related services and services deconsultoría under this project. Install a platform to facilitate elintercambio of knowledge and data at national and regional levels to design municipal level public security strategies. Losservicios consultant will be selected in accordance with the Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by Borrowers THEWORLDBANK, January 2011.

Water Mngmt in Tegucigalpa HN SFLAC - P125903

Alcaldía Municipal del Distrito Central | Published September 19, 2015  -  Deadline September 30, 2015

Consulting for the Protection of Water Resources That Abastecenla Metropolitan Region Central District, Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazan, Honduras. INTEGRATED URBAN WATER MANAGEMENT PROJECT IN THE METROPOLITAN AREA OF TEGUCIGALPA, Francisco Morazan DONATION: TF-0099354 CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST Consulting for the Protection of Water Resources that supply the metropolitan region of Central District, Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazan, Honduras. The Municipality of the Central District, has received a donation laAsociaciónInternacional (IDA) of the World Bank to finance the Comprehensive Management Urban Water in ZonaMetropolitana of Tegucigalpa, Grant TF 0099354, it is proposed by the Management Unit Municipal Water and Sanitation (UGASAM-CDMA), use part of the funds for the Consulting Services Agreement. Elobjetivo Consultancy is to create the institutional and financial conditions necesariaspara the protection and conservation of watersheds producing water for the capital city, ensuring lasostenibilidaden service and improving the quantity and quality of water. The principalescriterios for selecting the short list of possible award are: 1. Experience in the design of institutional and operational strategies for conservation restauraciónde basins and water sources. 2. Knowledge to design mechanisms to ensure financial sustainability and buenfuncionamiento of multi-institutional bodies dedicated to the conservation of watersheds and Deagu sources. 3. Competition in the technical design for the resilience of ecosystems boscosospara mitigate the effects of climate change instruments. 4. Experience in managing requirements and access to existing sources and mechanisms definanciamiento in the current legal framework, to finance priority interventions in various phases of water resource delmanejo. 5. Experience in the design of communication campaigns to socialize and crearconciencia in the town of values, customs and attitudes that are conducive to the common good. Web page. Losconsultores may associate with other firms in the form of participation asociaciónen (Joint Venture) or subcontractors in order to improve their grades. LosConsultores will be selected based on the method Selection Based on Quality and Cost deConsultoría described in the Rules. Interested consultants may obtain further information on ladirección indicated at the end of this notice expression during business hours from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Expressions of interest must be received in writing ladirección listed below no later than 30 September 2015, to las14: 00 hours (2:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time of the Republic of Honduras). Address Management Unit Water and SaneamientoMunicipal Integral Urban Water Project in the Metropolitan Area of ​​Tegucigalpa Central District Municipality in the Colonia 21 de octubre Management. Fax: 2236-9480 Email:


Secretaría de Finanzas / Unidad Administradora de Proyectos | Published June 2, 2015  -  Deadline June 16, 2015

HONDURAS Consulting REPÚBLICADE deModernización Works Supervision Project Deagu drinking and Sanitation Sector PROYECTOHN-5270 -Financing CONSULTORIASUPERVISIÓN ADDITIONAL WORKS NOTICE OF EXPRESSION OF INTEREST SEFIN / UAP / EI-009-2015 Reference: 2-224-PROMOSAS-SBCC-CF The Government of Honduras (hereinafter called "Borrower") has received from the International Development Association (IDA) credit to partially finance the cost of the project Modernizacióndel Sectorde Water and Sanitation (PROMOSAS), implemented by the Ministry of Finance (MOF) through the UnidadAdministradora deproyectos (UAP) and intends to apply partede funds for consulting services contracts. 2. Servicioscomprenden: Monitor works in constructionof tanks, retaining walls, supply and installation of tuberíasy accessories macrometers networks of aqueducts of the following municipalities: Danli, La Lima, Comayagua, Siguatepeque and the Commonwealth (Villanueva, Pimientay San Manuel); with the aim of improving indicators continuidaddelservicio. Criteria for selecting the short list :, Numberof experienciageneral yearsof; Organizational chart, availability of equipment, ytipo number key permanent staff of the company; Deexperiencia number of years in service delivery monitoring in detailed in section 2 of this announcement activitieslisted; Descripcióndetallada of similar works; Experience in similar conditions, areas of specialization proposals to this advice, among others. 4. interest Lasexpresiones interested consultants is required under elpárrafo 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Contrataciónde Consultants under IBRD Loans, IDA credits and grants porPrestatarios World Bank in January 2011 concerning the policy deconflicto World Bank interest. (Ref. Website ( 5. Losconsultores may associate with other firms in the form of asociaciónenparticipación (Joint Venture) or subcontractors in order to mejorarsuscalificaciones. 6. LosConsultores will be selected based on the method of selection provided using Quality and Costs (SBCC) described in lasNormas Consulting. 7. firmasconsultoras interested can obtain more information at the end of this notice indicadaal address expression during business hours from 9:00 4:30 pm loves, national hour. 8. Lasexpresiones of interest must be received at the address indicadaacontinuación, no later than June 16, 2015 at 4:30 pm, horanacional MBA.WILFREDO CERRATO RODRIGUEZ SECRETARY OF STATE IN THE OFFICE OF FINANCE UNIT PROJECT MANAGER. Please note Lawyer Omar Humberto Zuniga, General Coordinator, Unit Administradora de Proyectos, laSecretaría seventh floor of Finance, Barrio Jasmine opposite Quinchon Leon Tegucigalpa MDC, Honduras Tel / fax: (504) 2222-6120; Tel: (504) 2220-1538 (504) 2220-0133 E-mail: and

LPNS BM-IAL / 00085092 / 1953-2016 Acquisition Furniture

United Nations Development Programme | Published August 18, 2016

Bids will be opened in the presence of representatives of the bidders who wish to attend in person at the address at the end of this call, at 10:30 am on Thursday , September 8, 2016.

The above referenced address is:


Procurement and Logistics Unit

Programme United Nations Development (UNDP),

United Nations House, Colonia Palmira, Avenida Republic of Panama,

Tegucigalpa, Honduras

HN Improving Public Sector Performance - P110050

 | Published June 19, 2015

Consulting for analysis and job description of the Secretary of Education, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Infrastructure and Public Utilities, Ministry of Security and Tegucigalpa MDC Dei June 16, 2015 Messrs. Members PP-009-2014 ListaCorta His office
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