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KH-LASED II (P150631) - P150631

National Committee for Sub National Democratic Development Secretariat (NCDDS) | Published October 11, 2016
General Procurement Notice
Land Allocation for Social and Economic DevelopmentProj ect II
Credit No.58070
Project ID No.P150631
Th e Kingdom of Cambodia has received financing in the amount of US$ 25,323,480 equivalent from the World Banktoward the cost of the L and Allocation for Social and Economic Development Project II, and it intends to apply part of theproceeds to payments for goods, w orks, related services and consulting services to be procured under this project.
TheLASEDII project composes of the foll owing components: Component 1-Infrastructure and Livelihood System and Component 2-ProjectManagement. The LASED II will procure thefollowing:
Cost (in US$ million)
Domestic Preference
Procurement of Works
Construction of earth roads (5 lots)= 130 Km
Landpreparation for agriculture, upgrading ear th road, laterite roads construction , earth road construction, small dam construction,and construction of primary school
Construction of community centers, hou ses for nurses and teachers, road maintenance,construction of box culverts, installation of concrete poles, reparation of earth roa ds, etc.
Shopping method, or local bidding, or communityforce account
Procurement of Goods
Procurement of Vehicles
Procurement of vehicles, officeequipment, seeds, agriculture start-up, household start-up, and shelt er materials
Procurement ofConsultingServices
Some small consulting services of firms (financial audit, baseline and midline survey)
Multiple individual consultant contracts at national and sub-national levels fo r projectimplementation support.
Selection of Individual Consultant
Procurement of contracts financed by the World Bank will be conducted through the procedures as specified in the World Bstyle="width:85px">
Procurement under IBRDLonsultant Guidelines dated January 2011 revised July 2014. Bank Anti-Corruption Guidelines dated October 2006 revised January 2011ill also apply. Government Updated Standard Operating Procedures issued under Sub Decree 74 dated May 22, 2012 will apply forprocurement under national competitive bidding and low value contracts subject to the improvement included in the NCB annex to the pprojec procur loan agreement. At sub-national levels (Commune Sangkat and Community), provisions of the Project ImplementationManual (PIM)October 7, 2015 which has been agreed by the Bank will apply, and is open to all eligible bidders  as defined inthe guideline s. Consulting services will be selected in accordance with the World Bank’s Procurement Guidelines(Selection and Employme nt of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers) dated January 2011 revised July 2014.
Specificprocurement notices for con tracts to be bid under the World Bank’s international competitive bidding (ICB) procedures andfor contracts for consultancy s ervices will be announced, as they become available, in UN Development Business online (UNDBonline) and on the World Bank’ ;s external website, NCDDS’s website or Cambodia Daily or Raksmey KampucheaDaily.

Short Term Consultant (STC) to provide technical assistance on data management for the Mekong Malaria Elimination Coordination Office

World Health Organization | Published October 7, 2016



The Greater Mekong subregion (GMS) has long been seen as a source of resistance to antimalarial drugs, potentially spreading and endangering malaria elimination efforts elsewhere. This is one of the reasons why malaria elimination by 2030 has recently been declared a goal in the GMS. Success in eliminating malaria in this region would be recognised as a victory for the global malaria elimination efforts.

Surveillance has become a core intervention necessitating use of real time data and improved information sharing for prompt and evidence based response. The need for dedicated data manager has arisen to focus on data management including storage and information sharing across the GMS countries.  Improved data management and data sharing will be important for the attainment of malaria elimination.

Purpose/Specific Objective of the Activity

The purpose of the activity is to support GMS countries to accelerate towards malaria elimination as a component of the Mekong Malaria Elimination Hub coordination efforts especially in the area of data management, information sharing and use for action including planning, accountability and resource mobilization.

Description of activities to be carried out

The contractual partner will work as a member of the MME Hub, under direct supervision of the MME Hub Coordinator, to carry the following tasks:

  • In collaboration with country malaria program and MOH/HMIS focal points, support countries and implementing partners to generate, collect, collate, clean, validate, analyze, store and disseminate malaria and related data across the GMS;
  • In collaboration with GMS malaria and HMIS focal points in countries and regional level, maintain/ manage and update the web-based GMS malaria database with relevant  and validated country data including timeliness, consistency, completeness, accuracy and reasonableness; generate report and share information;
  • Support data management related capacity building at sub-, national and regional levels in the context of the SME system strengthening for malaria free GMS by 2030
  • Facilitate use of timely data for programmatic decision-making and action;
  • Travel to GMS countries to support data management including training and re-training; and
  • Perform any other task as may be assigned by the Coordinator of the MME Hub. 

Description of the tasks/process involved in carrying out the activity

  • Consultation with relevant focal points in the MME Hub, country malaria programs, DoH and partners and stakeholders;
  • Data generation, collation, analysis, mapping, and storage (real-time database management);
  • Data presentation, information sharing and promoting use for action;
  • Knowledge management including capacity building for quality data management; and
  • Writing and publication of malaria epidemiological (surveillance) bulletin.

Required profile of the consultant

Functional skills and knowledge

  • Sound knowledge of and skills in data management including database management and application of Information Technology (IT) in information sharing and knowledge management;
  • Basic knowledge of epidemiology of communicable diseases especially malaria
  • Excellent communication and reporting skills;
  • Specialized knowledge of WHO guidelines and procedures would be an asset;
  • Ability to work harmoniously as a member of a team, adapt to diverse educational and cultural backgrounds, and maintain high standard of personal conduct; and
  • Knowledge of standard office software applications (word processing or other software packages and standard office equipment, spreadsheet and emails) and WebIT.


  • University degree in Mathematics / Statistics / Data management, Information science and knowledge management, Information technology, and Management / Computer Sciences.
  • Postgraduate qualification in Strategic Information / Business Management at masters level, a plus.


  • Experience with data management (including web-based database management), producing high quality reports.
  • Three years’ experience in supporting evidence based strategic plan development / updating, especially with donor funded projects or programs, preferably at international level.
  • Familiarity with WHO data management and publication policies and procedures, a plus.


Written and spoken fluency in English is essential. Working knowledge of other UN languages is an advantage.

Interested candidates should submit the following documents to the Supply Officer (WPRO) at  by 06 November 2016. Please use Tender Notice No. 50541 as subject to all submissions.  Contract start date 1 January 2017 with duration of 11 months.

• Expression of interest (cover letter) that includes proposed consultancy fee (per day) and availability, and
• WHO personal history form or CV.

Please note that the application may be closed before the indicated closing date if a sufficient number of applications are received. Only the successful candidates will be contacted.

Travel: For each assignment WHO shall reimburse cost of travel from the place of domicile of the individual to the place of assignment (most direct economy fare).


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