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EDF — Improving business and investment climate

ministeriet for finanser og økonomisk udvikling | Published March 18, 2017
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EDF — Improving business and investment climate

National Consultant to Support the UN in Mauritius in engaging with business organisations

UN Office - MAURITIUS | Published August 14, 2019  -  Deadline August 20, 2019
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UN Resident Coordinator's Office - Project 113650 National Consultant to Support the UN in Mauritius in engaging with business organisationsThe UN reform calls for better coordination for results also provides an opportunity to galvanize efforts for the implementation of the SDGs at global and local levels. The fulfillment of private sector responsibilities in this regard is essential to achieving the Global Goals and the 2030 Agenda’s broad and ambitious vision of peaceful, prosperous and inclusive societies.In this context the UN Resident Coordinator’s office is seeking the services of a proactive and diligent consultant to provide exceptional support to the UN in Mauritius in engaging with business organisations.The Consultant, to support Private Sector Engagement will work closely with the UN country team in Mauritius as well as the Advisory Board for the Global Compact Network in Mauritius to develop of strategy for UN business engagement, including supporting the UN involvement in corporate sustainability events and other engagements.The Consultant will play a key role in advancing the UN Global Compact's goal to mobilize a global movement of responsible companies and organizations to create the world we want.Objective and ScopeEffective support to the UN in Mauritius in engaging with the Private Sector.Expected output(s)/deliverable(s):An inception Report on the engagement strategy from September 2019 and beyond.Final Sustainability Summit 2nd Edition Outcome ReportA Private Sector Engagement Strategy for the UNCT in MauritiusDuration of the workThe assignment will be for a maximum of 20 working days from 1 September to 15 December 2019.Duty StationThe consultant will be based in Mauritius or Home basedApplications should be sent through emaill : procurement.mu@undp.org on or before 20 August 2019, Tuesday- Midnight, New York time (GMT+4 Mauritius time)AnnexesAnnex A - Letter of confirmation of interest and availability and Submission of financial proposalAnnex B - Model Contact ICAnnex C - UNDP GCC ICAnnex D - P11Terms of Reference

National Consultant for the valorisation of genetic resources and associated traditional knowledge in Seychelles

Mauritius, RBA - MAURITIUS | Published May 23, 2019  -  Deadline May 31, 2019
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United Nations Development ProgrammeTerms of Reference for the recruitment of a National Consultant for the volorisation Genetic Resources and Associated Traditional Knowledge in SeychellesThe Republic of Seychelles is a Party to the Nagoya Protocol since its entry into force (ratification) on October 12, 2014. Seychelles does not have a comprehensive legislative/regulatory ABS framework in place.The Seychelles Bureau of Standards (SBS), through its parent Ministry, the Ministry of Industries and International Business, has a facilitator role as a hub where all the stakeholders and research partners can bring their documents and or seek additional information. Other line ministries such as the Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change (MEECC), the Ministry of Fisheries and Agriculture and now the National Institute of Science Technology and Innovation (NISTI) have more of the decision-making roles. The Department of the Environment of the Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change is the designated institution where the Nagoya Protocol on ABS focal point is hosted.With the support of the UNDP-GEF Global ABS project, the ABS policy and the guidelines to preserve and valorise Seychelles’ traditional knowledge were. National consultations and awareness raising activities were undertaken with key stakeholders and the political profile of ABS. Capacity building interventions are also being planned. Country delegation has already attended knowledge sharing workshops such as the Pan-African ABS workshop alongside ABS experts and practitioners to share experiences and key innovations in implementing the Nagoya protocol in Africa and, present good practices while strengthening critical ABS capacities and disseminating state-of-the-art knowledge. On the side of the TK, a consultant was hired and a technical report on specific guidelines to access knowledge, innovation and practices related to genetic resources.Against this background, and continuing the ABS project’s activities a national consultant is being sought for the scoping of existing and emerging partnerships. The Deadline for submission of offers is 31st May 2019 at 00.00 (Midnight, New York, USA).

Terms of Reference for the recruitment of a National Consultant for the drafting of ethical codes of conduct or guidelines for utilization of Genetic Resources and associated Traditional Knowledge in Seychelles

Mauritius, RBA - MAURITIUS | Published May 23, 2019  -  Deadline May 31, 2019
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The Republic of Seychelles is a Party to the Nagoya Protocol since its entry into force (ratification) on October 12, 2014. Seychelles does not have a comprehensive legislative/regulatory ABS framework in place.The Seychelles Bureau of Standards (SBS), through its parent the Ministry of Industries and International Business, has a facilitator role as a hub where all the stakeholders and research partners can bring their documents and or seek additional information. Other line ministries such as the Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change (MEECC), the Ministry of Fisheries and Agriculture and now the National Institute of Science Technology and Innovation (NISTI) have more of the decision-making roles. The Department of the Environment of the Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change is the designated institution where the Nagoya Protocol on ABS focal point is hosted.With the support of the UNDP-GEF Global ABS project, the ABS policy and the Traditional Knowledge inventory were created to preserve and valorise Seychelle’s GR and aTK. Against this background and following the request of the national ABS team in Seychelles, the Global ABS project is now seeking a national consultant to develop and define guidelines for the utilization of GR and aTK in Seychelles. The national consultant will review the work done by the TK Inventory consultant in 2019 and from there develop and define guidelines for utilization of Genetic Resources and associated Traditional Knowledge and build awareness amongst relevant stakeholders and stakeholder groups to disseminate the former. The Deadline for submission of offers is 31st May 2019 at 00.00 (Midnight, New York, USA).

International Consultant for Capacity Building programme for Members of the Transformation Implementation Committee

UNDP Country Office - MAURITIUS | Published July 9, 2019  -  Deadline July 19, 2019
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International Consultant for Capacity Building programme for Members of the Transformation Implementation Committee under the Public Sector Business Transformation Strategy in the Republic of Mauritius BackgroundThe Ministry of Civil Service and Administrative Reforms in collaboration with the Civil Service College of Mauritius, is seeking the technical and financial assistance for a 3-day customised training programme to be organised for the benefit of members of the Transformation Implementation Committee (TIC) which aims at imparting the right skills and knowledge to the latter in supporting them in their mission to become agents of change for the transformation in the Public Service.Scope of WorkThe Consultant/ Resource Person will be expected to undertake the following tasks-(i) develop the course content for members of the TICs (around 50)(ii) deliver a 3-day interactive workshop on the topic: Capacity Building programme for members of the Transformation Implementation Committee under the Public Sector Business Transformation Strategy in the Republic of Mauritius in (a) using examples of success stories drawn from the experience of Public Sector organisations in other countriesDuration This assignment is for a duration of five person-days, starting in August 2019. The duration of the programme will be 5 days and the Consultant/Resource Person is expected to be in Mauritius at least 1 working day before the start of the programme to meet stakeholders.Duty Station - MauritiusDeadline for submission of offers -no later than Friday 19 July at 24:00 hours Mauritius time (GMT +4 hrs) to the email address below:procurement.mu@undp.orgAnnexesAnnex A - Letter of confirmation of interest and availability and Submission of financial proposalAnnex B - Model Contact ICAnnex C - UNDP GCC ICAnnex D - P11Terms of Reference

IC- Consultant/ Resource Person For Capacity Development Of Public Officers In Republic Of Mauritius

UNDP Country Office - MAURITIUS | Published April 2, 2018  -  Deadline April 15, 2018
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IC- Consultant/ Resource Person For Capacity Development Of Public Officers In Republic Of MauritiusProject BackgroundTransforming Mauritius into a high-income economy by 2030 remains high on Government’s agenda. However, despite the fact that Mauritius has achieved significant progress in governance over the past two decades, the performance of the public sector has slowed or even reversed. Public sector modernisation and efficiency are reported to lag behind other upper-middle-income countries, hampering efforts to accelerate economic growth and inclusiveness. Several areas have been identified by the World Bank where the quality and equity of service delivery remains inadequate. Lack of continuity in implementation of bold reforms and a limited monitoring and evaluation culture, impeding effective planning, budgeting, continuous evaluation, accountability, public sector management practices and tracking of the performance of public institutions, are believed to be the main bottlenecks of the system. These challenges have been observed despite the fact that several innovative measures have recently been implemented. They include the setting up of an electronic learning system and a new platform for in-service training of public officers at the level of the Civil Service College, Mauritius. In line with the Public Sector Business Transformation Strategy, a new Capacity Building and Capability Development Programme has been worked out. Public Officers have been clustered into 5 levels so that specific training could be provided to each level of officers.Government is fully aware of the importance of further reforms to ensure the success of the development agenda. The Government laid emphasis on service delivery stating that the public service should become efficient and creative and should focus on achieving national targets instead of focusing on routine administrative jobs only. In addition, the central theme of Budget 2017-18 revolved around a ‘rising to the challenge of our ambitions’ which focuses on public sector reform.It is against this background that the UNDP Country Office has embarked on the project “Capacity Development of Public officers in Republic of Mauritius “under the pillar 1 of the UNDP Country Programme 2017-2020” Inclusive Development and Public Sector Efficiency” in collaboration with the Ministry of Civil Service and Administrative Reforms (MCSAR) and the Civil Service College, Mauritius (CSCM).Scope of WorkUnder the overall guidance of the Acting Head of the Socio-Economic Development Unit (SEDU), the Secretary for Public Service and the Director General of the CSCM, the Consultant/ Resource Person will be expected to undertake the following tasks-Develop the course content on “Policy Formulation and Legislation Development including the end-to-end Policy Process” for Top Management levelDeliver a 5-day interactive workshop on the topic mentioned at (i) using practical examplesDeadline for Submission: 15 April 2018 on the UNDP jobs on https://jobs.undp.org/cj_view_jobs.cfm

RFPMAR2018/002 Consultancy Services for Strengthening MPA Management

UNDP Mauritius - MAURITIUS | Published April 17, 2018  -  Deadline June 21, 2018
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4RFPMAR2018/002 for Consultancy Services for Strengthening MPA Management of Project ID: 00096201 & Award ID: 00090446GEF Funded Project 'Mainstreaming Biodiversity into the Management of the Coastal Zone in the Republic of Mauritius'The objective of the project is to mainstream the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity and ecosystem services into coastal zone management and into the operations and policies of the tourism and physical development sectors in the Republic of Mauritius through a ‘land- and seascape wide’ integrated management approach based on the Environmental Sensitive Areas’ (ESAs) inventory and assessment. More specifically, the project will achieve this through a three-pronged approach: (1) support the incorporation of ESA recommendations into policies and enforceable regulations pertaining to integrated coastal zone management (ICZM), thereby mitigating threats to biodiversity and ecosystem functions and resilience with a special focus on tourism and physical development in the coastal zone; (2) support the effective management of marine protected areas (MPAs) across the RM, given that they contain an important proportion of critically sensitive ESAs; and (3) demonstrate mechanisms to arrest land degradation in sensitive locations, focusing on reducing coastal erosion and sedimentation and helping to restore ecosystem functions in key wetland areas. The TOR consist of five lots:Lot 1 - Consultancy services to carry out economic evaluations of coastal and marine ecosystems for Rodrigues and one District (Black River) in Mauritius, two MPAs (SEMPA and Blue Bay) and the northern coastal wetlandsLot 2 - Analysis of the institutional and governance arrangement for MPA management in the Republic of MauritiusLot 3 - Development of an investment framework and financing strategy to realise the values and benefits of MPAs, and increase the financing flows to MPAsLot 4 - Development of management plan for six fishing reserves and a Lagoon Rehabilitation Plan in MauritiusLot 5 - Develop operational and business plans for SEMPA, Rodrigues and introduce regular assessments of management effectiveness, using recognised methodologies and guidelinesOffers are invited before 21 June 2018 at 10:00hrs (Mauritius Local Time). (Deadline extended for submission)Deadline for submitting requests for clarifications/ questions is 16 May 2018.A pre-proposal conference will be held on 18 May 2018 at 10.00 hrs Mauritius Local Time.Contact Details for submitting clarifications/questions are (i) Nishi Sewsurn, OM a.i./Procurement Assistant; and copy to (ii) Parmananda Ragen, Project Manager / Sameer Khudaroo, Programme Assistant. E-mail address: nishi.sewsurn@undp.org and parmananda.ragen@undp.org / sameer.khudaroo@undp.org. No. of copies of Proposal that must be submitted to:UNDP Mauritius and Seychelles Country Office6th Floor, Anglo Mauritius HouseIntendance StreetP.O Box 253Port LouisMauritiusAttention: The Head of Procurement UnitThe outer envelope should indicate the reference and the title as below: RFPMAR2018/002 Consultancy Services for Strengthening MPA ManagementOriginal: One (1) Hard Copy (Financial Proposal and Technical Proposal Envelopes must be completely separate and each must be sealed.)Copies: 1 USB or 1 CDProposals should be submitted in soft copy in file sizes not exceeding 5 MB.One CD/USB for Technical Proposals and one CD/USB for Financial Proposals in their separate sealed envelopes. The CDs/USB shall be clearly labelled with the name of project, title of Consultancy services, and name of bidder.Financial Proposal and Technical Proposal Envelopes must be completely separate and each must be sealed.Each envelope shall be clearly labelled “RFPMAR2018/002- Consultancy Services for Strengthening MPA Management Lot 1 and/or Lot 2 and/or Lot 3 and/or Lot 4 and/or Lot 5 Project ID: 00096201 & Award ID: 00090446” and name of bidder.Note if the envelopes are not sealed and marked, the procuring UNDP entity will not assume responsibility for the Proposal’s misplacement or premature opening.Minutes of Pre-proposal conference of 18 May 2018 is enclosed.Extension of Deadline: 21 June 2018 at 10:00hrs (Mauritius Local Time).

Expression of Interest - Innovation/Digitalisation in Mauritius

UNDP Country Office - MAURITIUS | Published June 18, 2019  -  Deadline June 30, 2019
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UNDP Expression of interestFocal Area: Innovation/Digitaliation in MauritiusUNDP Mauritius invites interested companies/consultants to apply on the following:Summary of proposal:The UNDP has a long history of extending technical and financial support to the Government of Mauritius. New technologies are transforming economies and societies across the globe, shaping a future that is irrevocably digital, increasingly connected and on constant hyperdrive. The evolution, diffusion, and convergence of technologies continue --- rapidly in some parts, slowly in others, but everywhere disrupting the way we do business, shifting whole industries, redefining institutions and people’s engagement with them, and changing how we live overall.The pathway towards sustainable development recognizes the important role of technology, and many efforts leverage this role as discreet or significant elements of priorities in specific sectors (e.g., adoption of information and communications technologies/ICTs to improve education outcomes, modernization of public systems and processes to improve delivery of key public services, automation in industries to cut costs and improve efficiencies, smart systems to improve city operations, online portals to strengthen government engagement with people, Artificial Intelligence to harness and manage data, connectivity to boost entrepreneurship and competitiveness, etc.).More is needed however to fully leverage the digital revolution for the advancement of the SDGs as a whole, to not only harness the potential of digital technologies to achieve select sectoral priorities but to leverage digital transformation itself as a pathway to sustainable development.In this context, the UNDP is invited interested Individual Consultant to submit an Expression of Interest in a bid to furthering support at the national level with respect to innovation and digitalizationThe Contractor shall provide the following goods/services:• Lead and manage the collection of relevant materials and data from the Government• Support the desk review of all relevant materials and data collected and the conduct of the diagnostic overall (for relevance, completeness, gaps) for innovative and digitalization projects• Identify contacts or experts across sectors who may need to be engaged in the process, facilitating validation of data and materials as necessary• Assist the review of the draft results of analysis for accuracy and completeness• Identify stakeholders who need to be in the consultations• Prepare background documents, coordinating preparations of materials for management/leadership• Manage the logistical preparations and arrangements for the consultations (venue, catering, participants list and invitations, participants materials, etc.)• Support the conduct of consultations (scheduling and managing appointments, etc.)• Drafting mission/workshop reports• Designing Project document in innovation and digitalization field for the UNDP MauritiusOutputs:Outputs for the Republic of Mauritius include-• Support Government and stakeholders bridge the gaps in alignment with the SDGs.• Design Project document in consultation with various stakeholders Outcomes for the Republic of Mauritius and UNDP Country Office include-• Increase public sector efficiency• Improvement in Global Innovation Index ranking Eligibility criteria:Master’s degree in in Social Sciences, International Relations, Political Sciences or related field. At least 10 years working experience in the ICT Sector, civil service/ grass-roots level or in the private sectorProject Management Skills- Proven experience in setting innovative projects; Certification from a Recognised Institution(Only short-listed Consultants shall be considered for the bid solicitation – Technical and Financial Proposals) Submission details- What to submit (Curicullum Vitae, List of 3 referees)- How to submit - procurement.mu@undp.org.- When to submit (deadline 30 June 2019 - Expression of interest and statements of qualification must be delivered to the email address above by 30 June 2019)- Other relevant details - List of publications, if applicableInterested Consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (Description of similar assignments, experience in similar working environments, availability of appropriate inter-personal skills; excellent communication in English; Working knowledge of French desirable but not essential). Consultants may associate to enhance their qualifications.Consultants will be selected in accordance with the procedure set out in the UNDP Procurement Guidelines and UNDP Financial Rules and Regulations.The EOI and accompanying documents must be received at the procurement.mu@undp.org by midnight 30 June 2019 (Mauritius time - GMT +4 hours) clearly labeled subject “EOI: Innovation/digitalization” and a motivational letter to address the specific expertise of the Applicant.Documents sent by individual e-mail or facsimile will not be accepted. EOI received after the above deadline will not be considered.EOI from Applicant failing to provide the requested information will be disregarded. Invitations to bid and any subsequent purchase order will be issued in accordance with the rule and procurement procedures of UNDP.This EOI does not entail any commitment on the part of UNDP, either financial or otherwise. UNDP reserves the right to accept or reject any or all EOI without incurring any obligation to inform the affected applicant/s of the grounds.Interested consultants may obtain further information at the below address.Contact Details for clarification and additional Information: Ms. Renooka Beejan Head, Socio Economic Development UnitUNDP Mauritiusrenooka.beejan@undp.org

EOI – Mauritius - Consultancy Service - Expert Services for Technical Assistance and Capacity Development for Dam Development - Engineering Geology/ Geotechnical Expert and Hydrologist

 | Published July 19, 2016
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EOI - Mauritius - Market Sounding Exercise For the implementation of a Third International gateway through the installation of a new submarine cable for both Mauritius and Rodrigues – 10 2015

 | Published October 16, 2015
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EOI – Mauritius - Market Sounding Exercise For the deployment of White Space Technology in Mauritius

 | Published January 29, 2016
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