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Provision of customs clearance, in-country transport and handling services on as and when requir ...

United Nations Secretariat | Published February 16, 2017
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1. The United Nations Procurement Division, Regional Procurement Office (UNPD/RPO), hereby invites qualified vendors to submit their Expression of Interest for the participation in the upcoming solicitation for the provision of customs clearance, in-country transport and handling services on as and when required basis for all incoming / outgoing; a) United Nations Owned Equipment; and b) Unaccompanied luggage of the United Nations Office of the Special Advisor to the Secretary-General on Burundi. 2. The UNPD/RPO, on behalf of the OSASG, requires these services from qualified, competent and licensed and accredited suppliers / service provider(s). This requirement includes, but is not limited to, provision of customs clearance, in-country transport and handling services within Burundi. 3. The proposed term of Contract(s) shall be for an initial one (1) year period with an option to extend for two (2) additional one (1) year periods (1+1+1), at the sole discretion of the UN, to extend under the same terms and conditions and at the same prices as agreed by the UN and the successful vendor(s). 4. The general requirement is for customs clearance, in-country transport and handling services and this will include but not limited to documentation processing, loading/unloading at the port/airport and door delivery from the port/airport to locations within Bujumbura and other major destinations within Burundi. 5. The requirements indicated below shall be part of the contract. 5.1 Customs Clearance and Transport within Burundi: The successful vendor, upon receipt of the STO and the necessary documentation provided by OSASG-B, shall perform the services within forty eight (48) hours, excluding official non-working days in Burundi. Services shall include documentation, attendance and customs clearance. 5.2 Transportation: a) The vendor shall provide secure, suitable, covered and protected transport vehicles for all inland transportation of cargo which is not containerized. Damage and/loss of cargo whilst in transit prior to shipments being handled over to the conveyance (vessel or aircraft) shall be on the sole responsibility of the vendor. b) Transportation will be required from point of collection (including Customs Warehouse) to locations within metropolitan Bujumbura and other major towns within Burundi. c) Transportation shall include containers of sizes 40” and 20”, as well as loose cargo and the successfull contractor is required to have the capacity to handle and transport such materials. 6. The United Nations standard payment terms are thirty (30) days net upon receipt of invoices subsequent to satisfactory delivery of goods and acceptance thereof by OSASG-B. 7. The UN reserves the right to split the contract award amongst multiple suppliers / service provider(s) and any resulting Contract(s) shall be non-exclusive. 8. Companies interested in being considered for shortlisting for receipt of the UNPD/RPO solicitation document are requested to submit a clearly written Expression of Interest therein specifying the company's profile, as per Vendor Response Form attached hereunder providing: a) Address, contact person, active telephone numbers as well as functional e-mail contacts; b) Company’s registration ID number (if already registered with UN) and UNGM registration number (www.ungm.org). c) Company must be registered in UNGM atleast at Level 1 in order to be considered to participate in this UN solicitation. d) Confirm the company’s capability to provide these services to OSASG within Burundi; and e) Indicate commitment that if the solicitaion is issued, the company is ready to offer its services by the set bid close date and a copy of this included as part of the Technical Evaluation submission. 9. Note that companies that have previously submitted EOIs for similar services with the UN must re-submit full documentation as detailed above. 10. Please note, this is NOT an invitation for submission of bids. Its purpose is to identify companies that would be interested to participate in the solicitation when issued. 11. A detailed Scope of Work (SOW) will potentially be provided in the future to companies shortlisted for receipt of official UNPD/RPO solicitation. 12. The UNPD/RPO will examine the outcome of this request for EOI and will consider qualified firms including that have expressed their interest providing the required information as to their ability to fulfill UNPD/RPO’s requirement. 13. The UNPD/RPO reserves the right to change or cancel the requirements at any time during the EOI and/or solicitation process. Thus, submitting a reply to this EOI does not automatically guarantee that your company will be considered for receipt of the solicitation when issued or award thereafter. The tender and any subsequent commitment to contract will be issued in accordance with UN rules and regulations. 14. The Expressions of Interest (EOI) may be submitted only by e-mail no later than close of business 02 March 2017 to email address: unesb-rpo@un.org with a copy to aguma@un.org . 15. UNPD/RPO reserves the right in selecting the invitees for the solicitation.

Provision of 18 – 20 Litres Reusable Plastic Jumbo Water Bottles, Leased Water Dispensers, Water ...

United Nations Secretariat | Published March 10, 2017
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1. The UNPD Regional Procurement Office, intends to undertake a solicitation on behalf of the United Nations Stabilization Organization Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUSCO) at Entebbe Support Base (Uganda), seeks Expressions of Interest (EOI) from qualified, duly registered and licensed companies for establishment of a Contract, for the provision of 18 - 20 liters Reusable Plastic Jumbo Water Bottle, Leased Water Dispensers, Water Distribution and Related Services to MONUSCO, Entebbe Support Base (Uganda). 2. The requirement will encompass the provision of 18 - 20 liters Reusable Plastic Jumbo Water Bottles, Leased Water Dispensers, Water distribution and related Services. The requirement for the supply and delivery of water dispensers complete with compatible reusable plastic jumbo water bottles that is lightweight, high-performance plastic that possesses a unique balance of toughness, dimensional stability, optical clarity, high heat resistance and excellent electrical resistance (collectively referred to as “the Goods”) and dispenser maintenance services (“the Services”). 3. The vendor shall be fully responsible for the sustainment of all its personnel and shall ensure that all its personnel, equipment, facilities, materials and supplies are in place by the date of mobilization. It is the vendor’s responsibility to ensure that its personnel are qualified to perform the work required by the Contract. 4. The vendor shall provide all the Goods and Services in quantities determined by MONUSCO, for the UN staff and visiting Military Contingent i.e. 300 Cold/Hot Water Dispensers 220V – 50hZ per year on lease and 2,000 Reusable Plastic Jumbo Water per month. 5. The MONUSCO locations / MONUSCO facilities to be covered under this requirement include: 5.1 MONUSCO Support Base is located next to the Entebbe Old Airport area, Uganda; 5.2 Head of Office for MONUSCO located in Kampala, Uganda; & 5.3 MONUSCO, Airport Terminal located at the Entebbe International Airport, Uganda. 6. The proposed term of Contract(s) shall be for an initial two (2) years period with an option to extend for an additional one (1) year successive period (2+1), at the sole discretion of the UN, to extend under the same terms and conditions and at the same prices as agreed by the UN and the successful vendor(s) subject to MONUSCO’s budget and mandate as determined by the General Assembly and the Security Council of the United Nations and the satisfactory performance of the vendor(s). 7. The UN reserves the right to split the contract award amongst multiple suppliers / service provider(s) and any resulting Contract(s) shall be non-exclusive. 8. Companies interested in being considered for shortlisting for receipt of the UNPD/RPO solicitation document are requested to submit a clearly written Expression of Interest therein specifying the company's profile, as per Vendor Response Form attached hereunder providing: 8.1 Address, contact person, active telephone numbers as well as functional e-mail contacts; 8.2 Company’s registration ID number (if already registered with UN) and UNGM registration number (www.ungm.org ). 8.3 Company must be registered in UNGM atleast at Level 1 in order to be considered to participate in this UN solicitation. 8.4 Confirm the company’s capability to provide these services to MONUSCO in Entebbe, Uganda; and 8.5 Indicate commitment that if the solicitaion is issued, the company is ready to offer its services by the set bid close date and a copy of this included as part of the Technical Evaluation submission. 9. Note that companies that have previously submitted EOIs for similar services with the UN must re-submit full documentation as detailed above. 10. Please note, this is NOT an invitation for submission of proposal. Its purpose is to identify companies that would be interested to participate in the solicitation when issued. 11. A detailed Scope of Work (SOW) with technical requirement, estimates required as well as expected delivery dates will be provided within the UN's tender document which will be sent out to all qualified companies / vendors shortlisted for receipt of official UNPD/RPO solicitation. 12. The UNPD/RPO will examine the outcome of this request for EOI and will consider qualified firms including that have expressed their interest providing the required information as to their ability to fulfill UNPD/RPO’s requirement. No further details can be made available prior to the issuance of the tender as this stage is only to identify interested and qualifying vendors for this requirement. 13. The UNPD/RPO reserves the right to change or cancel the requirements at any time during the EOI and/or solicitation process. Thus, submitting a reply to this EOI does not automatically guarantee that your company will be considered for receipt of the solicitation when issued or award thereafter. The tender and any subsequent commitment to contract will be issued in accordance with UN rules and regulations. 14. Interested vendors must complete and submit page 4 (Vendor Response Form) of this EOI document by email indicating the EOI Number in the subject. At this stage, please do not submit any additonal information and no questions will be answered. 15. The Expressions of Interest (EOI) may be submitted only by e-mail no later than close of business 30 March 2017 to email address: unesb-rpo@un.org . 16. If you have questions related to UN vendor registration, please follow the instructions below or contact unesb-rpo@un.org with a copy to register@un.org . 17. This request for expressons of interest (EOI) is issued subject to the conditons contained in the EOI introductory page on this website. UNPD/RPO reserves the right in selecting the invitees for the solicitation. Thank you for your interest.

Provision of Catering Concession Services to the United Nations Interim Security Force in Abyei ...

United Nations Secretariat | Published March 1, 2017
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1. The UNPD Regional Procurement Office, intends to undertake a solicitation on behalf of the United Nations Interim Security Force in Abyei (UNISFA), seeks Expressions of Interest [EOI] from qualified, duly registered and licensed companies for establishment of a Contract, for the provision of catering concession services to the United Nations Interim Security Force in Abyei (UNISFA) in Kadugli, Sudan. 2. The required catering services, encompass the provision of catering concession services for National Monitors of the Republic of Sudan and the Republic of South Sudan, Military & Civilian, International and National Staff at Kadugli, Sudan. The Mission will pay only the cost of feeding National Monitors three buffet meals a day, based on a monthly invoice. All other staff will be provided meals on a ‘pay as you go’ basis. 3. The vendor shall provide all food and beverages including freshly baked products and a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables procured either locally from local markets, or imported from international markets. The contractor shall provide full service operations required for the preparation and service of three meals per day. 4. The vendor will provide two separate buffet menus; one for the National Monitors and other for the UN international and national staff, and will provide separate rates for these in the Financial Proposal. The Contractor shall be also provide A la carte menu. 5. The services shall accommodate special dietary requirements eg. vegetarian, diabetic, kosher, halal and allergies and shall be provided in conformance with international standards governing food quality and safety, storage, preparation, hygiene and service. Services shall also take into consideration the various ethnic and religious dietary requirements of the UN’s multicultural workforce. 6. The proposed term of Contract(s) shall be for an initial two (2) years period with an option to extend for three (3) additional one (1) year successive periods (2+1+1+1), at the sole discretion of the UN, to extend under the same terms and conditions and at the same prices as agreed by the UN and the successful vendor(s). 7. The UN reserves the right to split the contract award amongst multiple suppliers / service provider(s) and any resulting Contract(s) shall be non-exclusive. 8. Companies interested in being considered for shortlisting for receipt of the UNPD/RPO solicitation document are requested to submit a clearly written Expression of Interest therein specifying the company's profile, as per Vendor Response Form attached hereunder providing: 8.1 Address, contact person, active telephone numbers as well as functional e-mail contacts; 8.2 Company’s registration ID number (if already registered with UN) and UNGM registration number (www.ungm.org). 8.3 Company must be registered in UNGM atleast at Level 1 in order to be considered to participate in this UN solicitation. 8.4 Confirm the company’s capability to provide these services to OSASG within Burundi; and 8.5 Indicate commitment that if the solicitaion is issued, the company is ready to offer its services by the set bid close date and a copy of this included as part of the Technical Evaluation submission. 9. Note that companies that have previously submitted EOIs for similar services with the UN must re-submit full documentation as detailed above. 10. Please note, this is NOT an invitation for submission of proposal. Its purpose is to identify companies that would be interested to participate in the solicitation when issued. 11. A detailed Scope of Work (SOW) with technical requirement, estimates required as well as expected delivery dates will be provided within the UN's Request for Proposal (RFP) which will be sent out to all qualified companies / vendors shortlisted for receipt of official UNPD/RPO solicitation. 12. The UNPD/RPO will examine the outcome of this request for EOI and will consider qualified firms including that have expressed their interest providing the required information as to their ability to fulfill UNPD/RPO’s requirement. No further details can be made available prior to the issuance of the RFP as this stage is only to identify interested and qaulifying vendors for this requirement. 13. The UNPD/RPO reserves the right to change or cancel the requirements at any time during the EOI and/or solicitation process. Thus, submitting a reply to this EOI does not automatically guarantee that your company will be considered for receipt of the solicitation when issued or award thereafter. The tender and any subsequent commitment to contract will be issued in accordance with UN rules and regulations. 14. Interested vendors must complete and submit page 4 (Vendor Response Form) of this EOI document by email indicating the EOI Number in the subject. At this stage, please do not submit any additonal information and no questions will be answered. 15. The Expressions of Interest (EOI) may be submitted only by e-mail no later than close of business 21 March 2017 to email address: unesb-rpo@un.org with a copy to aguma@un.org . 16. If you have questions related to UN vendor registration, please follow the instructions below or contact unesb-rpo@un.org with a copy to register@un.org . 17. This request for expressons of interest (EOI) is issued subject to the conditons contained in the EOI introductory page on this website. UNPD/RPO reserves the right in selecting the invitees for the solicitation. Thank you for your interest.

EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND RESILIENCE STRATEGY FOR REFUGEES AND HOST COMMUNITIES

UNDP Uganda Country Office - UGANDA | Published February 24, 2017  -  Deadline March 24, 2017
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Since the outbreak of civil war in South Sudan in 2013, Uganda has been experiencing increasing numbers of refugees in districts across West Nile, Northern Uganda. According to UNHCR, the registered number of refugees from South Sudan since 1 January 2016 has reached 522,979 (86% women and children), accounting for over half of the one million refugees Uganda is hosting. In light of the deteriorating security situation in South Sudan, further influx of refugees to Uganda is expected. Bidibidi settlement, Yumbe districts was opened in August 2016 to reduce the strain on Adjumani settlements. Bidibidi has now reached its maximum capacity, hosting more than 272,000 refugees. The Government is now settling refugees in Palorinya settlement, Moyo district, with plans to open additional settlements. Due to the protracted nature of the crisis in South Sudan, there is a need for a shift in the traditional ‘care and maintenance’ approach to one that enables both refugees and their host communities to build resilience and improve self-reliance. Moreover, the South Sudanese influx presents increasing social, economic and environmental pressures on host communities that, unless addressed through innovative and targeted support, could result in conflict and instability thereby undermining Uganda’s international-recognized refugee hosting model. In response, the UNDP Emergency Response and Resilience Strategy for Refugees and Host Communities project, based on the Refugee and Host Population Empowerment (ReHoPE) framework and in line with Uganda’s second National Development Plan and related Settlement Transformation Agenda, seeks to strengthen the resilience of refugees, host community members, district local government and relevant national institutions to cope with and recover from the impact of the large influx of South Sudanese refugees. The aim is to provide emergency support, while investing in existing national and local systems to ensure they can adequately serve both host and refugee communities. Specifically, the project focuses on: emergency livelihoods and economic recovery: disaster risk and climate change sensitive jobs and livelihoods for refugees and host communities, focusing on women and youth (including cash for work, small grants, vocational and business skills training and value chain development); protection: legal aid, access to justice and psycho-social support for survivors of sexual and gender based violence (SGBV); and strengthen core government functions: strengthening of relevant national and local level government capacity to cope with and respond to influx of the refugees and to ensure a resilience based development approach is mainstream across the overall response from the start. Component 1 of the project, ‘emergency livelihoods and economic recovery’, provides cash for work, specifically focused on women and youth, targeting 70% refugees and 30% host communities, in line the Government of Uganda’s directive ensuring that 30% of assistance services, where appropriate and feasible, benefit the host community, which in turn sustains and expands the asylum space. In order to implement the above mentioned project intervention in Palorinya settlement, Moyo district, UNDP Uganda would like to procure a competent a Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), firms and institutions.

Request for Applications: Uganda Country Training Workshops on Environment, Community, Health & Safety in the Development Minerals Sector

UNDP Country Office - UGANDA | Published March 6, 2017  -  Deadline March 20, 2017
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REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONSUganda Country Training Workshops on Environment, Community, Health & Safety in the Development Minerals Sector ACP-EU Development Minerals ProgrammeBackground:The ACP-EU Development Minerals Programme is a three-year, €13.1 million capacity building program that aims to build the profile, and improve the management, of Development Minerals (industrial minerals; construction materials; dimension stones; and semi-precious stones). The program is an initiative of the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group of States, financed by the European Union and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and implemented by UNDP.The mining of Development Minerals has important implications for sustainable development, however, they have to date received inadequate attention for their potential to impact livelihoods; and few development Programmes have provided support for this mining sub-sector. Development Minerals provide crucial inputs for domestic economic development (infrastructure, manufacturing, construction and agriculture to name a few) and have the potential to be high value in terms of national development. In comparison to the metals sector, Development Minerals have closer links with the local economy, and have the potential to generate more local jobs, with a greater impact on poverty reduction. This is partly because the sector is dominated by small and medium scale domestic businesses. However, the income generation potential of the sector often remains unrealized or under-realized. This is in part due to the uncertain legal and regulatory framework in which the sector operates and the lack of publicly available and easily accessible geological data, which exacerbates wasteful exploration and discourages investment in the sector. Furthermore, there can be significant social and environmental impacts associated with the mining of Development Minerals, with consequences on health and safety of workers in this sector and surrounding communities. The programme is making contribution to addressing these challenges through targeted capacity support to mining sector stakeholders towards robust environmental, health & safety practices; improved mining and quarry management and effective conflict resolution and community relations.The Programme, in partnership with the Ministry of Energy and Minerals Development, is conducting 5-day country-level training workshops in the various regions of Uganda in the thematic areas of Environment, Community and Health and Safety. The workshops will be hosted in Mbale, Entebbe, Gulu and Mbarara districts and will be attended by approximately forty participants in each the four districts. The training workshops have the following objectives:Increase the awareness of environment, community, and health and safety issues and challengesFacilitate south-south knowledge exchange on the practices and governance arrangements necessary for the sector to contribute to inclusive and sustainable developmentBuild the capacity of individual stakeholders through participation in the training workshop and the preparation of return-to-work plansUNDP is now accepting expressions of interest to participate in the training programmes that cover these thematic areas. The training participants will include public stakeholders such as regulatory agencies and local governments, private sector stakeholders such as small-scale mining enterprises, associations, business development stakeholders including universities and civil society stakeholders and community groups from Uganda. Applicants must demonstrate an interest and experience in working in Uganda’s Mining sector, be based in the four regions covered in the aforementioned districts and be willing to prepare and implement Return to Work Plans. Each applicant is requested to write a cover letter justifying their eligibility for selection for training and fill in the Request for Applications form appended on this document.Please note that incomplete applications will not be accepted.

Provision of Printing Services

United Nations Secretariat | Published March 2, 2017
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1.1 UNPD Regional Procurement Office (RPO), on behalf of Regional client missions hereby invites qualified Suppliers from all countries to submit their Expression of Interest for the provision of Printing Services for the contract period initially of 2 years with the option to extend for two additional 1 year periods.Some of the major Printing Services include the following: • UN business cards - 250-300gm, 5cm x 9cm - 1,200 Pieces • Rubber Stamps - Sizes 10mm x 26.5mm,15mm x 40mm, 19mmx51mm- 9,000 Pieces • Booklets - 64 pages, Size 10 x 14cm, 80gm - 4,000 Pieces • Office signs - 30cmx12cm, Matte lamination - 1,200 Pieces • Brochures - A4 double sided, Glossy Art 200gm – 10,000 Pieces • Posters - 3,000 - Pieces • Certificates - A4 Full color printing on white grained 230gm paper - 12,000 Pieces • Wall calendars - 15000 pieces • Desk Calendars - 15000 pieces • Billboards, 100cm x100cm metallic - 8,000 pieces • Swim bag 49 x 40cm, Soft-loop, Day Backpack - 12,000 Pieces • Wrist Bands 220 x 17 x 9mm, 2 color print - 80,000 Pieces • Pocket Journalists jacket - 5,000 Pieces • Roll up Banners 39" W x 79" H (100cm W x 200cm H) - 30,000 pieces • Hazard Labels/ Dangerous Goods Labels and Placards - 100 x 100mm, roll of 250 each, self adhesive - 4,000 Pieces • Other related Printing Services as may be required by the Missions in the tender document Please note that Quantities provided are estimates. 1.2.Provision of Printing Services shall be required to be delivered to UNMISS Juba , MONUSCO Goma, MINUSCA Bangui or Entebbe Logistical Base, Uganda on DAP Terms (INCOTERMS 2010). 1.3 Proposed delivery time is 4 working days After Receipt of Purchase Order.

Emergency Livelihoods (Cash for Work) in Yumbe District, Northern Uganda

UNDP Uganda Country Office - UGANDA | Published February 24, 2017  -  Deadline March 24, 2017
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A. Background Since the outbreak of civil war in South Sudan in 2013, Uganda has been experiencing increasing numbers of refugees in districts across West Nile, Northern Uganda. According to UNHCR, the registered number of refugees from South Sudan since 1 January 2016 has reached 522,979 (86% women and children), accounting for over half of the one million refugees Uganda is hosting. In light of the deteriorating security situation in South Sudan, further influx of refugees to Uganda is expected. Bidibidi settlement, Yumbe districts was opened in August 2016 to reduce the strain on Adjumani settlements. Bidibidi has now reached its maximum capacity, hosting more than 272,000 refugees. The Government is now settling refugees in Palorinya settlement, Moyo district, with plans to open additional settlements. Due to the protracted nature of the crisis in South Sudan, there is a need for a shift in the traditional ‘care and maintenance’ approach to one that enables both refugees and their host communities to build resilience and improve self-reliance. Moreover, the South Sudanese influx presents increasing social, economic and environmental pressures on host communities that, unless addressed through innovative and targeted support, could result in conflict and instability thereby undermining Uganda’s international-recognized refugee hosting model. In response, the UNDP Emergency Response and Resilience Strategy for Refugees and Host Communities project, based on the Refugee and Host Population Empowerment (ReHoPE) framework and in line with Uganda’s second National Development Plan and related Settlement Transformation Agenda, seeks to strengthen the resilience of refugees, host community members, district local government and relevant national institutions to cope with and recover from the impact of the large influx of South Sudanese refugees. The aim is to provide emergency support, while investing in existing national and local systems to ensure they can adequately serve both host and refugee communities. Specifically, the project focuses on: emergency livelihoods and economic recovery: disaster risk and climate change sensitive jobs and livelihoods for refugees and host communities, focusing on women and youth (including cash for work, small grants, vocational and business skills training and value chain development); protection: legal aid, access to justice and psycho-social support for survivors of sexual and gender based violence (SGBV); and strengthen core government functions: strengthening of relevant national and local level government capacity to cope with and respond to influx of the refugees and to ensure a resilience based development approach is mainstream across the overall response from the start. Component 1 of the project, ‘emergency livelihoods and economic recovery’, provides cash for work, specifically focused on women and youth, targeting 70% refugees and 30% host communities, in line the Government of Uganda’s directive ensuring that 30% of assistance services, where appropriate and feasible, benefit the host community, which in turn sustains and expands the asylum space. In order to implement the above mentioned project intervention in Bidibidi settlement, Yumbe district, UNDP Uganda would like to procure a competent a Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), firms and institutions.

Projectors, Public Address Equipment and Accessories for RSCE, Entebbe Uganda

United Nations Secretariat | Published March 13, 2017
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1. The UNPD Regional Procurement Office, intends to undertake a solicitation on behalf of the United Nations Regional Service Centre (RSCE) Entebbe, Uganda, seeks Expressions of Interest (EOI) from qualified, duly registered and licensed companies for Supply and Delivery of Projectors, Speakers, Microphones and other Public Address Equipment and Accessories. 2. The required items include PC Speaker, PC Subwoofer Speaker, Satellite Speakers, Microphones, Delegate Microphones, Projector, Projector Lift, Projector Screen (smaller and biggest), VGA Cables, VGA Splitters, HDMI Cables, HDMI Splitters, Professional Sound Amplifier set, Professional Sound Mixer set, Flight case set, Speakers set, Cabling and Connectors, Microphones (Wireless) UHF 4 Channel Wireless Microphone System, Set of VHF Wireless Conference Goose-neck (Desktop) Microphone System etc. 3. Companies interested in being considered for shortlisting for receipt of the UNPD/RPO solicitation document are requested to submit a clearly written Expression of Interest therein specifying the company's profile, as per Vendor Response Form attached hereunder providing: 3.1 Address, contact person, active telephone numbers as well as functional e-mail contacts; 3.2 Company’s registration ID number (if already registered with UN) and UNGM registration number (www.ungm.org). 3.3 Company must be registered in UNGM at least at Level 1 in order to be considered to participate in this UN solicitation. 4. Note that companies that have previously submitted EOIs for similar services with the UN must re-submit full documentation as detailed above. 5. Please note, this is NOT an invitation for submission a bid. Its purpose is to identify companies that would be interested to participate in the solicitation when issued. 6. A detailed list of items and quantity will be provided within the UN's tender document which will be sent out to all qualified companies / vendors shortlisted for receipt of official UNPD/RPO solicitation. 7. The UNPD/RPO will examine the outcome of this request for EOI and will consider qualified firms including that have expressed their interest providing the required information as to their ability to fulfill UNPD/RPO’s requirement. No further details can be made available prior to the issuance of the tender as this stage is only to identify interested and qualifying vendors for this requirement. 8. The UNPD/RPO reserves the right to change or cancel the requirements at any time during the EOI and/or solicitation process. Thus, submitting a reply to this EOI does not automatically guarantee that your company will be considered for receipt of the solicitation when issued or award thereafter. The tender and any subsequent commitment to contract will be issued in accordance with UN rules and regulations. 9. Interested vendors must complete and submit page 4 (Vendor Response Form) of this EOI document by email indicating the EOI Number in the subject. At this stage, please do not submit any additional information and no questions will be answered. 10. The Expressions of Interest (EOI) may be submitted only by e-mail no later than close of business 28 March 2017 to email address: unesb-rpo@un.org. 11. If you have questions related to UN vendor registration, please follow the instructions below or contact unesb-rpo@un.org with a copy to register@un.org . 12. This request for expressions of interest (EOI) is issued subject to the conditions contained in the EOI introductory page on this website. UNPD/RPO reserves the right in selecting the invitees for the solicitation.

International/National Consultant to support delivery of 4 Regional Training Workshops on Environment, Community, Health and Safety in the Development Minerals sector

Uganda Country Office - UGANDA | Published March 9, 2017  -  Deadline March 24, 2017
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The ACP-EU Development Minerals Programme is a three-year, €13.1 million capacity building program that aims to build the profile, and improve the management, of Development Minerals (industrial minerals; construction materials; dimension stones; and semi-precious stones). The program is an initiative of the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group of States, financed by the European Union and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and implemented by UNDP.The mining of Development Minerals has important implications for sustainable development, however, they have to date received inadequate attention for their potential to impact livelihoods; and few development programmes have provided support for this mining sub-sector. Often referred to as Low Value Minerals and Materials (LVMM) due to their low price as a function of their weight, and their relatively low value to international commodity markets, Development Minerals provide crucial inputs for domestic economic development (infrastructure, manufacturing, construction and agriculture to name a few) and have the potential to be high value in terms of national development. In comparison to the metals sector, Development Minerals have closer links with the local economy, and have the potential to generate more local jobs, with a greater impact on poverty reduction. This is partly because the sector is dominated by small and medium scale domestic businesses. However, the income generation potential of the sector often remains unrealized or under-realized. This is in part due to the uncertain legal and regulatory framework in which the sector operates and the lack of publicly available and easily accessible geological data, which exacerbates wasteful exploration and discourages investment in the sector. Furthermore, there can be significant social and environmental impacts associated with the mining of Development Minerals, with consequences on health and safety of workers in this sector and surrounding communities.The ACP-EU Development Minerals programme is implemented at the regional level (with participants from forty countries) and at the country level (focus countries include: Cameroon, Central Africa; Guinea – Conakry, West Africa; Uganda, East Africa; Zambia, Southern Africa; Jamaica, Caribbean; and Fiji, Pacific). At the regional level, the programme will conduct training activities. At the country level, it will include both training and other activities, such as small grants and partnerships to produce maps and databases on low-value minerals, development of regulations on environment and safety, organizing community engagement, addressing grievances, organizations of technology fairs and networking events, organization of public-private dialogues etc. The thematic areas of the programme activities are: 1) mine and quarry management; 2) environment, health and safety; 3) entrepreneurship skills; 4) market analysis and investment promotion; 5) geo-data and maps design; 6) community relations and addressing grievances.The project uses UNDP’s capacity development approach. The key stakeholders will include public stakeholders such as regulatory agencies and local governments; private stakeholders such as small-scale mining enterprises and associations, business development centers; and social stakeholders such as civil society organizations and community groups.

IFB - Uganda - Improvement of Health Services at Mulago Hospital and the City of Kampala Project (MKCCAP)

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Review of RSCE's Operating Model

United Nations Secretariat | Published December 16, 2016
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1. The United Nations Procurement Division, Regional Procurement Office (UNPD/RPO), hereby invites Expressions of Interest (EOI) from duly registered and qualified Companies to submit their Expression of Interest for the participation in an upcoming solicitation for the review of RSCE's Operating Model. 2. Regional Service Centre Entebbe (RSCE) being one of the largest service providers for the administrative services for UN peackeeing operatons, requires a review to optimize its services as a shared service provider. This review is required to produce a comprehensive assessment of RSCE's operations, test its maturity as a shared service provider. 3. The objective of this review is to evalute the RSCE's operating model, resources, performance management and accountability framework and to identify challenges within the current model while meeting its core objective for providing effective and efficient support functions as well as any solutions and/or improvements to the existing model based on industry standards and the best practices for share service centres. 4. The scope of this review will cover functions of a shared service centre, performance management and accountability framework including several components that includes but not limited to the following: (a) Severice Level Agreements with its Clients; (b) Delegation of authority; (c) Compliance mechanisms and; (d) A performance management framework, which fall under five main areas: systems, procedures, people, organization and client services. 5. Deliverables: The review is expected to produce a comprehensive written report providing an asssement of health of RSCE's operations and a test of its maturity as a shared service provider. (a) This report is to provide a series of recommendations with short, medium and long term action plans based on the five main areas described under above Para No. 5 (d). (b) The written report is to include full observations on the RSCE as a service provider and its relationship with its client missions including any challenges identified in the current approach and any opportunites of improvements using accredited industry standards and the best practices applicable for share service centres. (c) Each proposed solution and/or improvement should include details of the required resources (including human, material and budegtary resources) and detailed timeline for its implementation. (d) Any recommendation and proposal should take into account the operating environment of the RSCE in terms of complexity and timeline associated with changes in the budegtary and human resource and in line with corporate rules, regulations and policies. All deliverables stated above are tentative and may alter during the actual process. 6. The review of RSCE's Operating Model includes both a desk review of all relevant documentation, as well as an on-site review including but not limited to the following:- (a) Observation of operations; (b) Interviews with key stakeholders with the RSCE, UNHQ, the Steering Committtee, the Client Board; and stakeholders in the client missions. 7. Companies interested in being considered for shortlisting for receipt of the UNPD/RPO solicitation document are requested to submit a written Expression of Interest, specifying the company's profile, as per Vendor Response Form attached providing: (a) address, contact person, active telephone/fax numbers as well as e-mail contacts; (b) Company’s registration ID number (if already registered with UN) and UNGM registration number (www.ungm.org). c) Company must be registered in UNGM at least at Level 1 in order to be considered to participate in this UN solicitation as explained on the items listed under special requirements. 8. Note that companies that have previously submitted EOIs for similar services with the UN must re-submit full documentation as detailed above. 9. Please note, this is NOT an invitation for submission of bids. It's purpose is to identify companies that would be interested to participate in the solicitation when issued. 10. A detailed Statement of Requirements (SOR) will be provided in the future to companies shortlisted for receipt of official UNPD/RPO solicitation. 11. The UNPD/RPO will examine the outcome of this request for EOI and will consider those companies that have expressed their interest providing the required information as to their ability to fulfill UNPD/RPO’s requirement. 12. The UNPD/RPO reserves the right to change or cancel the requirements at any time during the EOI and/or solicitation process. Thus, submitting a reply to this EOI does not automatically guarantee that your firm will be considered for receipt of the solicitation when issued. The tender and any subsequent commitment to contract will be issued in accordance with UN rules and regulations. 13. The Expressions of Interest (EOI) may be submitted only by e-mail no later than close of business 18 January 2017 to: unesb-rpo@un.org.

GPN - Uganda - Earth energy biomass project in Uganda

 | Published December 13, 2016
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Goals (MDGs) Multi-Donor Governance Trust Fund Multidonor Water Partnership Program NEPAD NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility (NEPAD-IPFF) Partnerships Poverty Reduction Private Sector Development Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) Quality Assurance & Results Regional Integration Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Initiative Seed Capital Assistance Facility (SCAF) South-South Cooperation Trust Fund Strategic Partnership with Africa Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa Trade Finance Initiative Transport Water Supply & Sanitation Youth Zimbabwe Multi-Donor Trust Fund Enquiry details Quote "The policy is a reaffirmation of the Bank Group’s commitment, to carry out its development activities in an open and transparent manner..." AfDB's former VP SG Simultaneous disclosure Declassified Key documents Board Documents Policy Documents Strategy Documents Project & Operations Project-related Procurement Publications Environmental & Social Assessments Financial Information Legal Documents All Documents Useful Links Integrity and Anti-Corruption AfDB Group's Long Term Strategy Countries Field Office Contacts AfDB and IATI MapAfrica Civil Society Initiatives & Partnerships Terms & Conditions Disclosure and Access to Information Sitemap Search Glossary RSS Feeds Facebook Twitter Instagram Photos Flickr Photos Youtube Videos RSS Email © 2016 African Development Bank Group Web design agency - Liquid Light A Algeria Angola B Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi C Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Democratic Republic of Congo Côte d’Ivoire D Djibouti E Egypt Eritrea Equatorial Guinea Ethiopia G Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau K Kenya L Lesotho Liberia Libya M Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique N Namibia Niger Nigeria R Rwanda S São Tomé & Príncipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland T Tanzania Togo Tunisia U Uganda Z Zambia Zimbabwe

EOI - Uganda - Consultancy Services - Electronic and Digital payments Expert - OFSD

 | Published December 21, 2016
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December 31st 2000 January 1st 1991 – December 31st 1995 January 1st 1986 – December 31st 1990 January 1st 1981 – December 31st 1985 January 1st 1976 – December 31st 1980 Before and up to December 31st 1975 Countries* Algeria Angola Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Côte d’Ivoire Democratic Republic of Congo Djibouti Egypt Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Ethiopia Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau Kenya Lesotho Liberia Libya Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique Namibia Niger Nigeria Rwanda São Tomé & Príncipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland Tanzania Togo Tunisia Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe Topics* African Carbon Support Program African Fertilizer Financing Mechanism African Financial Markets Initiative (AFMI) African Financing Partnership African Guarantee Fund for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises African Legal Support Facility African Peer Review Mechanism African Water Facility African Women in Business Initiative Agriculture & Agro-industries Aid for Trade Trust Fund Civil Society Climate Change Climate for Development in Africa (ClimDev-Africa) Initiative Climate Investment Funds (CIF) Congo Basin Forest Fund Deauville Partnership Economic & Financial Governance Education Emergency Liquidity Facility (ELF) Energy & Power Enhanced Private Sector Assistance for Africa: EPSA Initiative Environment Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative Financial Crisis Food Production Fragile States Facility Fund for African Private Sector Assistance Gender Global Environment Facility (GEF) Health Health in Africa Fund Higher Education Science and Technology Trust Fund Human and Social Development Information & Communication Technology Infrastructure Investment Climate Facility Making Finance Work for Africa Partnership Microfinance Multidonor Trust Fund Middle Income Countries Migration and Development Initiative Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Multi-Donor Governance Trust Fund Multidonor Water Partnership Program NEPAD NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility (NEPAD-IPFF) Partnerships Poverty Reduction Private Sector Development Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) Quality Assurance & Results Regional Integration Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Initiative Seed Capital Assistance Facility (SCAF) South-South Cooperation Trust Fund Strategic Partnership with Africa Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa Trade Finance Initiative Transport Water Supply & Sanitation Youth Zimbabwe Multi-Donor Trust Fund Enquiry details Quote "The policy is a reaffirmation of the Bank Group’s commitment, to carry out its development activities in an open and transparent manner..." AfDB's former VP SG Simultaneous disclosure Declassified Key documents Board Documents Policy Documents Strategy Documents Project & Operations Project-related Procurement Publications Environmental & Social Assessments Financial Information Legal Documents All Documents Useful Links Integrity and Anti-Corruption AfDB Group's Long Term Strategy Countries Field Office Contacts AfDB and IATI MapAfrica Civil Society Initiatives & Partnerships Terms & Conditions Disclosure and Access to Information Sitemap Search Glossary RSS Feeds Facebook Twitter Instagram Photos Flickr Photos Youtube Videos RSS Email © 2016 African Development Bank Group Web design agency - Liquid Light A Algeria Angola B Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi C Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Democratic Republic of Congo Côte d’Ivoire D Djibouti E Egypt Eritrea Equatorial Guinea Ethiopia G Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau K Kenya L Lesotho Liberia Libya M Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique N Namibia Niger Nigeria R Rwanda S São Tomé & Príncipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland T Tanzania Togo Tunisia U Uganda Z Zambia Zimbabwe

Provision of petroleum products and associated support services to the United Nations Office of ...

United Nations Secretariat | Published January 31, 2017
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1. The United Nations Procurement Division, Regional Procurement Office (UNPD/RPO), hereby invites qualified vendors to submit their Expression of Interest for the participation in the upcoming solicitation for the provision of petroleum products and associated support services to the United Nations Office of the Special Advisor to the Secretary-General on Burundi. 2. The UNPD/RPO, on behalf of the OSASG, requires these services from qualified, competent and licensed and accredited suppliers / service provider(s). This requirement includes, but is not limited to, provision of petroleum products and associated support services within Burundi. 3. The proposed term of Contract(s) shall be for an initial one (1) year period with an option to extend for two (2) additional one (1) year periods (1+1+1), at the sole discretion of the UN, to extend under the same terms and conditions and at the same prices as agreed by the UN and the successful vendor(s). Importantly this proposed extension is entirely subject to the continuation of UN mandate, availability of funds, and satisfactory performance of the service provider(s). 4. This requirement’s fuel support concept is that the selected Contractor will have the capacity to provide sustainable supply of petroleum products (POL), effective and reliable site services, and professional management to support the OSASG-B operations. The UN shall in no event be required to purchase any minimum quantity, nor limited to purchasing any maximum quantity of petroleum products. The vendor will be responsible to manage the complete fuel supply chain for the OSASG-B including: a) Import of fuel, if required; b) Supply and distribution of fuel throughout the OSASG-B Area of Operations. c) Establishment, operation and maintenance of bulk fuel storage facilities; d) Maintenance of fuel stocks including Local Reserve, operating stocks and Strategic Fuel Reserve (SFR); e) Dispensing of fuel to end-users, including vehicles, and generators; and f) Accounting for fuel transactions down to the end-user, including providing electronic copies of all accounts and transactions. 5. Fuel volumes / consumption requirement estimates and local reserve requirements will be provided in the tender to the invitees. These consumption figures represent best estimates and are provided for indicative purposes only. The figures may include fuel requirements for other UN Agencies that will receive fuel as part of the contract. The vendor(s) shall deliver all requested orders and/or consignments of lubricants to the OSASG-B Location in Bujumbura and ensure uninterrupted supply. 6. Compliance with product specifications. The Contractor is required to provide POL that conforms to international standards and specifications that are accepted and maintained by the industry and major petroleum companies. In addition, all oils, lubricants and associated products for ground equipment are to conform to the requirements of one or more of the following authorities, as appropriate: a) The American Society of Automobile Engineers, b) The American National Lubricating Grease Institute, c) American Petroleum Institute, d) The European Automobile Manufacturers Association, e) The British Standard Institute, f) US military specifications or Commercial Item Descriptions. g) The American Society of Testing and Materials. 7. The UN reserves the right to split the contract award amongst multiple suppliers / service provider(s) and any resulting Contract(s) shall be non-exclusive. 8. Companies interested in being considered for shortlisting for receipt of the UNPD/RPO solicitation document are requested to submit a clearly written Expression of Interest therein specifying the company's profile, as per Vendor Response Form attached hereunder providing: a) Address, contact person, active telephone numbers as well as functional e-mail contacts; b) Company’s registration ID number (if already registered with UN) and UNGM registration number (www.ungm.org). c) Company must be registered in UNGM atleast at Level 1 in order to be considered to participate in this UN solicitation. d) Confirm the company’s capability to provide these services to OSASG within Burundi; and e) Indicate commitment that if the solicitaion is issued, the company is ready to offer its services by the set bid close date and a copy of this included as part of the Technical Evaluation submission. 9. Note that companies that have previously submitted EOIs for similar services with the UN must re-submit full documentation as detailed above. 10. Please note, this is NOT an invitation for submission of bids. Its purpose is to identify companies that would be interested to participate in the solicitation when issued. 11. A detailed Scope of Work (SOW) will potentially be provided in the future to companies shortlisted for receipt of official UNPD/RPO solicitation. 12. The UNPD/RPO will examine the outcome of this request for EOI and will consider qualified firms including that have expressed their interest providing the required information as to their ability to fulfill UNPD/RPO’s requirement. 13. The UNPD/RPO reserves the right to change or cancel the requirements at any time during the EOI and/or solicitation process. Thus, submitting a reply to this EOI does not automatically guarantee that your company will be considered for receipt of the solicitation when issued or award thereafter. The tender and any subsequent commitment to contract will be issued in accordance with UN rules and regulations. 14. The Expressions of Interest (EOI) may be submitted only by e-mail no later than close of business 15 February 2017 to email address: unesb-rpo@un.org with a copy to aguma@un.org . 15. UNPD/RPO reserves the right in selecting the invitees for the solicitation.

Provision of Unarmed Security Guard Services to the United Nations Office of the Special Advisor ...

United Nations Secretariat | Published January 31, 2017
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1. The United Nations Procurement Division, Regional Procurement Office (UNPD/RPO), hereby invites qualified vendors to submit their Expression of Interest for the participation in the upcoming solicitation for the Provision of Unarmed Security Guard Services to the United Nations Office of the Special Advisor to the Secretary-General on Burundi (OSASG). 2. The UNPD/RPO on behalf of the OSASG, requires these services from qualified, competent and licensed and accredited service provider(s). This requirement includes, but is not limited to, provision of unarmed security guard services within Burundi. 3. The proposed term of Contract(s) shall be for an initial one (1) year period with an option to extend for two (2) additional one (1) year periods (1+1+1), at the sole discretion of the UN, to extend under the same terms and conditions and at the same prices as agreed by the UN and the successful vendor(s). Importantly this proposed extension is entirely subject to the continuation of UN mandate, availability of funds, and satisfactory performance of the service provider(s). 4. The provider(s) of the unarmed security guard services is required to contribute to, and become an integrated part of, the UN premises security system at each applicable UN facility within Burundi. The contracted security services are predominantly related to manning certain access control posts, foot and mobile patrols, surveillance of infrastructure, and safety of parked vehicles within the perimeter lines of the existing installations. The estimated number of guards required to provide the scurity services is foreseen to be about seventy-seven (77) unarmed guards for OSASG-B at one or more UN sites only in Bujumbura, Burundi. NB: All above quantities are estimates. 5. The UN reserves the right to split the contract award amongst multiple service provider(s) and any resulting Contract(s) shall be non-exclusive. 6. Companies interested in being considered for shortlisting for receipt of the UNPD/RPO solicitation document are requested to submit a written Expression of Interest therein specifying the company's profile, as per Vendor Response Form attached hereunder providing: (a) Address, contact person, active telephone numbers as well as functional e-mail contacts; (b) Company’s registration ID number (if already registered with UN) and UNGM registration number (www.ungm.org). c) Company must be registered in UNGM atleast at Level 1 in order to be considered to participate in this UN solicitation. d) Confirm the company’s capability to provide these services to OSASG within Burundi; and e) Indicate commitment that if the solicitaion is issued, the company is ready to offer its services by the set bid close date and a copy of this included as part of the Technical Evaluation submission. 7. Note that companies that have previously submitted EOIs for similar services with the UN must re-submit full documentation as detailed above. 8. Please note, this is NOT an invitation for submission of bids. Its purpose is to identify companies that would be interested to participate in the solicitation when issued. 9. A detailed Scope of Work (SOW) will potentially be provided in the future to companies shortlisted for receipt of official UNPD/RPO solicitation. 10. The UNPD/RPO will examine the outcome of this request for EOI and will consider those firms that have expressed their interest providing the required information as to their ability to fulfill UNPD/RPO’s requirement. 11. The UNPD/RPO reserves the right to change or cancel the requirements at any time during the EOI and/or solicitation process. Thus, submitting a reply to this EOI does not automatically guarantee that your company will be considered for receipt of the solicitation when issued or award thereafter. The tender and any subsequent commitment to contract will be issued in accordance with UN rules and regulations. 12. The Expressions of Interest (EOI) may be submitted only by e-mail no later than close of business 14 February 2017 to email address: unesb-rpo@un.org with a copy to aguma@un.org. 13. UNPD/RPO reserves the right in selecting the invitees for the solicitation.

IFB - Uganda - Farm Income Enhancement and Forest Conservation Programme - Project-2 (FIEFOC - 2)

 | Published December 1, 2016
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AfDB's former VP SG Simultaneous disclosure Declassified Key documents Board Documents Policy Documents Strategy Documents Project & Operations Project-related Procurement Publications Environmental & Social Assessments Financial Information Legal Documents All Documents Useful Links Integrity and Anti-Corruption AfDB Group's Long Term Strategy Countries Field Office Contacts AfDB and IATI MapAfrica Civil Society Initiatives & Partnerships Terms & Conditions Disclosure and Access to Information Sitemap Search Glossary RSS Feeds Facebook Twitter Instagram Photos Flickr Photos Youtube Videos RSS Email © 2016 African Development Bank Group Web design agency - Liquid Light A Algeria Angola B Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi C Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Democratic Republic of Congo Côte d’Ivoire D Djibouti E Egypt Eritrea Equatorial Guinea Ethiopia G Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau K Kenya L Lesotho Liberia Libya M Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique N Namibia Niger Nigeria R Rwanda S São Tomé & Príncipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland T Tanzania Togo Tunisia U Uganda Z Zambia Zimbabwe

IFB - Uganda - Road Sector Support Project V - Lot 1: Upgrading Of Rukungiri – Kihihi – Ishasha / Kanungu Road (78.5 Km) From Gravel To Paved

 | Published October 21, 2016
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Goals (MDGs) Multi-Donor Governance Trust Fund Multidonor Water Partnership Program NEPAD NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility (NEPAD-IPFF) Partnerships Poverty Reduction Private Sector Development Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) Quality Assurance & Results Regional Integration Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Initiative Seed Capital Assistance Facility (SCAF) South-South Cooperation Trust Fund Strategic Partnership with Africa Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa Trade Finance Initiative Transport Water Supply & Sanitation Youth Zimbabwe Multi-Donor Trust Fund Enquiry details Quote "The policy is a reaffirmation of the Bank Group’s commitment, to carry out its development activities in an open and transparent manner..." AfDB's VP SG Simultaneous disclosure Declassified Key documents Board Documents Policy Documents Strategy Documents Project & Operations Project-related Procurement Publications Environmental & Social Assessments Financial Information Legal Documents All Documents Useful Links Integrity and Anti-Corruption AfDB Group's Long Term Strategy Countries Field Office Contacts AfDB and IATI MapAfrica Civil Society Initiatives & Partnerships Terms & Conditions Disclosure and Access to Information Sitemap Search Glossary RSS Feeds Facebook Twitter Instagram Photos Flickr Photos Youtube Videos RSS Email © 2016 African Development Bank Group Web design agency - Liquid Light A Algeria Angola B Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi C Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Democratic Republic of Congo Côte d’Ivoire D Djibouti E Egypt Eritrea Equatorial Guinea Ethiopia G Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau K Kenya L Lesotho Liberia Libya M Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique N Namibia Niger Nigeria R Rwanda S São Tomé & Príncipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland T Tanzania Togo Tunisia U Uganda Z Zambia Zimbabwe

IFB - Uganda - Supply, Delivery, Installation and Commissioning of Laboratory and Workshop Equipment in Six (6) Public Universities

 | Published September 9, 2016
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Plant & Equipment Maintenance & Repair Services for UNSOS locations in Kenya & Somalia

United Nations Secretariat | Published September 14, 2016
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1. The United Nations Procurement Division, Regional Procurement Office (UNPD/RPO), hereby invites Expressions of Interest (EOI) from duly registered, qualified, licensed entities to submit their Expression of Interest for the participation in the upcoming solicitation for Plant & Equipment Maintenance & Repair Services for UNSOS locations in Kenya and Somalia. 2. United Nations Support Office in Somalia (UNSOS) requires Companies with proven capacity for plant and equipment maintenance and repair services from qualified, competent and licensed and accredited Service Provider(s). This requirement includes, but is not confined to maintenance and repair of UN electrical and mechanical plant and equipment in various UN and AMISOM camps spread out in Somalia and in Mombasa, Kenya. All interested companies are advised to familiarize themselves with the local environment and to consider the situation carefully for UNSOS locations in Kenya and Somalia that includes but not limited to the following: a) UNSOS Mombasa Logistics Base in Kenya b) Sector Hub locations in Somalia i.e. Mogadishu including Baledogle, Dhobley, Baidoa, Belet Weyne, Jowhar and Kismaayo. c) AMISOM locations in Somalia i.e. Juba Hotel, – Syl Hotel - Parliament, Terebunka / Coca Cola Factory, Digfer Hospital, Benadir Hospital, Hoshi, Gashandiga, Shirkole, Lido Beach, Pasta Factory Steel Factory, Siligia, Old Seaport etc. 3. The proposed duration of Contract shall be for an initial period of three (3) years with an option to extend, at the sole discretion of the UN, by another two (2) one (1) year periods dependent on the continuation of UN mandate, availability of funds, and satisfactory performance of the Service Provider(s). 4. The Service Provider(s) is required to provide maintenance and repair services for UNSOS/AMISOM fleet of equipment and plants installed in various location in Kenya and Somalia. The Service Provider(s) shall be responsible for providing all means, tools, personnel and relevant facilities (including workshops) for sustained, efficient and reliable services. The description of required services, associated plans, schedules, tools and tool kits shall include but not confined to the following:- i. Maintenance and operation of the UN Mission’s fleet of more than 550 units of generators of varying capacities. These services include but not limited to daily operations, refueling, logging, monitoring and reporting the performance of the gen-sets and the routine maintenance servicing and repair works. ii. Maintenance, repair and operation of 240 units of Water Treatment Plants. iii. Maintenance and repair of 286 units of Wastewater treatment plants. iv. Maintenance and repair of 599 units of Kitchen appliances and equipment; v. Maintenance and repair of 345 units of refrigeration, HVAC (heat, ventilation and including 1200 air-conditioning units) and 380 units of plumbing equipment; vi. Maintenance and repair of 45 units of X-ray machines, several walk-through metal detectors and 35 units of incinerators, 50 units of shredders, 60 units of Atmospheric Water Generators and 6 units of weighing machines. All quantities stated above are estimates. 5. The UN reserves the right to split the contract award amongst multiple contractor(s). Any resulting contract(s) shall be non-exclusive. 6. Companies interested in being considered for shortlisting for receipt of the UNPD/RPO solicitation document are requested to submit a written Expression of Interest, specifying the company's profile, as per Vendor Response Form attached providing: (a) address, contact person, active telephone/fax numbers as well as e-mail contacts; (b) Company’s registration ID number (if already registered with UN) and UNGM registration number (www.ungm.org). c) Company must be registered in UNGM at least at Level 1 in order to be considered to participate in this UN solicitation. 7. Note that companies that have previously submitted EOIs for similar services with the UN must re-submit full documentation as detailed above. 9. Please note, this is NOT an invitation for submission of bids. It's purpose is to identify companies that would be interested to participate in the solicitation when issued. 10. A detailed Statement of Requirements (SOR) will be provided in the future to companies shortlisted for receipt of official UNPD/RPO solicitation. 11. The UNPD/RPO will examine the outcome of this request for EOI and will consider those companies that have expressed their interest providing the required information as to their ability to fulfill UNPD/RPO’s requirement. 12. The UNPD/RPO reserves the right to change or cancel the requirements at any time during the EOI and/or solicitation process. Thus, submitting a reply to this EOI does not automatically guarantee that your firm will be considered for receipt of the solicitation when issued. The tender and any subsequent commitment to contract will be issued in accordance with UN rules and regulations. 13. The Expressions of Interest (EOI) may be submitted only by e-mail no later than close of business 30 September 2016 to: unesb-rpo@un.org.

EOI - Uganda - Consultancy Firms - Conducting catchment protection including training of women and youth groups and monitoring of ESMP - Water Supply and Sanitation Programme II

 | Published October 27, 2016
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December 31st 2000 January 1st 1991 – December 31st 1995 January 1st 1986 – December 31st 1990 January 1st 1981 – December 31st 1985 January 1st 1976 – December 31st 1980 Before and up to December 31st 1975 Countries* Algeria Angola Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Côte d’Ivoire Democratic Republic of Congo Djibouti Egypt Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Ethiopia Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau Kenya Lesotho Liberia Libya Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique Namibia Niger Nigeria Rwanda São Tomé & Príncipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland Tanzania Togo Tunisia Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe Topics* African Carbon Support Program African Fertilizer Financing Mechanism African Financial Markets Initiative (AFMI) African Financing Partnership African Guarantee Fund for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises African Legal Support Facility African Peer Review 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Goals (MDGs) Multi-Donor Governance Trust Fund Multidonor Water Partnership Program NEPAD NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility (NEPAD-IPFF) Partnerships Poverty Reduction Private Sector Development Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) Quality Assurance & Results Regional Integration Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Initiative Seed Capital Assistance Facility (SCAF) South-South Cooperation Trust Fund Strategic Partnership with Africa Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa Trade Finance Initiative Transport Water Supply & Sanitation Youth Zimbabwe Multi-Donor Trust Fund Enquiry details Quote "The policy is a reaffirmation of the Bank Group’s commitment, to carry out its development activities in an open and transparent manner..." AfDB's VP SG Simultaneous disclosure Declassified Key documents Board Documents Policy Documents Strategy Documents Project & Operations Project-related Procurement Publications Environmental & Social Assessments Financial Information Legal Documents All Documents Useful Links Integrity and Anti-Corruption AfDB Group's Long Term Strategy Countries Field Office Contacts AfDB and IATI MapAfrica Civil Society Initiatives & Partnerships Terms & Conditions Disclosure and Access to Information Sitemap Search Glossary RSS Feeds Facebook Twitter Instagram Photos Flickr Photos Youtube Videos RSS Email © 2016 African Development Bank Group Web design agency - Liquid Light A Algeria Angola B Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi C Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Democratic Republic of Congo Côte d’Ivoire D Djibouti E Egypt Eritrea Equatorial Guinea Ethiopia G Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau K Kenya L Lesotho Liberia Libya M Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique N Namibia Niger Nigeria R Rwanda S São Tomé & Príncipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland T Tanzania Togo Tunisia U Uganda Z Zambia Zimbabwe