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Construction Mirador UN HOUSE

CAMEROUN - CAMEROON | Published May 23, 2017  -  Deadline June 2, 2017
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Construction Mirador UN HOUSE

PROJET DE CONCEPTION ET DE CONSTRUCTION DU PARKING EXTÉRIEUR

CAMEROUN - CAMEROON | Published May 22, 2017  -  Deadline June 2, 2017
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PROJET DE CONCEPTION ET DE CONSTRUCTION DU PARKING EXTERIEUR

PROJET DE CONCEPTION ET DE CONSTRUCTION DU PARKING INTERI

CAMEROUN - CAMEROON | Published May 22, 2017  -  Deadline June 2, 2017
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PROJET DE CONCEPTION ET DE CONSTRUCTION DU PARKING INTERI

Appel d'offres pour la construction des marchés à bétails de Zimado et Maltam

CAMEROON - CAMEROON | Published November 28, 2016  -  Deadline December 8, 2016
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Appel d'offres pour la construction des marchés à bétails de Zimado et Maltam, localité de l'Extrême Nord.Délai de Soumission 08/12/2016

GPN - Cameroon - Project for the construction of infrastructure for the repair of oil rigs at LIMBE

 | Published November 4, 2016
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Appel d'offres pour la construction de deux (02) marchésvivriers à Kourgui et Mawa

UNDP CAMEROUN - CAMEROON | Published November 3, 2016  -  Deadline January 13, 2017
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Appel d'offres pour la construction de deux (02) marchés vivriers à Kourgui et Mawa (Localités de l'extrême Nord)Delai de recevabilité des offres : 13/01/2017.

Appel d’offre pour la construction de six (06) forages dans les localités de Makilingai et Kourgui (mayo sava), Maltam et Zimado (Mayo Logone et Chari), Mawa et Zamai (Mayo Tsanaga) dans la région de l’Extrême nord du Cameroun

UNDP CAMEROUN - CAMEROON | Published October 6, 2016  -  Deadline October 17, 2016
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Appel d’offre pour la construction de six (06) forages dans les localités de Makilingai et Kourgui (mayo sava), Maltam et Zimado (Mayo Logone et Chari), Mawa et Zama i(Mayo Tsanaga) dans la région de l’Extrême nord du Cameroun. DELAI DE RECEVALITITE DES OFFRES : 17/10/2016.

Appel d’offre pour la construction de cinq (05) latrines améliorées à fosses ventilées (latrines vip) dans les localités de Makilingai et Kourgui (mayo sava), Maltam et Zimado (Mayo Logone et Chari) et Mawa (Mayo Tsanaga) dans la région de l’Extrême nord

UNDP CAMEROUN - CAMEROON | Published October 6, 2016  -  Deadline October 17, 2016
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Appel d’offre pour la construction de cinq (05) latrines améliorées à fosses ventilées (latrines vip) dans les localités de Makilingai et Kourgui (mayo sava), Maltam et Zimado (Mayo Logone et Chari) et Mawa (Mayo Tsanaga) dans la région de l’Extrême nord du Cameroun DELAI DE RECEVABILITE DES OFFRES : 17/10/2016.

Appel d’offre pour la construction de cinq (05) marchés à bétails, hangars de commercialisation des produits vivriers et construction d’un bâtiment (bureau) et annexes dans des localités de l’Extrême Nord du Cameroun.

UNDP CAMEROUN - CAMEROON | Published October 6, 2016  -  Deadline October 17, 2016
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Appel d’offre pour la construction de cinq (05) marchés à bétails, hangars de commercialisation des produits vivriers et construction d’un bâtiment (bureau) et annexes dans des localités de l’Extrême Nord du Cameroun.ELAI DE RECEVABILITE DES OFFRES : 17/10/2016.

SPN – Nigeria-Cameroon - Construction of a two-lane bridge over the cross river at the Cameroon-Nigeria Border (Ekok-Mfum) - Bamenda–Enugu Transport Facilitation Program

 | Published May 23, 2016
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CM - Competitive Value Chains - P112975

 | Published April 25, 2016
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TIANYUAN CONSTRUCTION GROUP LTD
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Travaux D?amenagement Et D?electrification De La Plage De Ngoye Dans Le Centre-ville De Kribi En Deux Phases. Les Presents Travaux Concernent La Premiere Phase En Un Lot Unique ICB Contract Award Notice Cameroon Project: P112975 - Cameroon - Competitive Value Chains Bid/Contract Reference No: N°010/AAOI/MINEPAT/PCFC/SPM/2015 DU 16/9 Scope of Contract: TRAVAUX D'AMENAGEMENT ET D'ELECTRIFICATION DE LA PLAGE DE NGOYE DANS LE CENTRE-VILLE DE KRIBI EN DEUX PHASES.LES PRESENTS TRAVAUX CONCERNENT LA PREMIERE PHASE EN UN LOT UNIQUE Duration of Contract: 255.00Day(s) Contract Signature Date: 29-Mar-2016 Evaluation Currency: XAF-C.F.A Francs BEAC Awarded Bidder(s): Name: TIANYUAN CONSTRUCTION GROUP LTD Address: BP 94 BASTOS-YAOUNDE TEL : +237 691856785 Country: Cameroon Bid Price at Opening:XAF 3,301,754,623.00 Evaluated Bid Price: XAF2,667,192,205.00 Contract Price: XAF2,667,192,205.00 Evaluated Bidder(s): Name : Groupement DJEMO-EGLO-CEB LA MEUBLERIE Address :BP. 2537 Yaoundé-Cameroun Country: Cameroon Bid Price at Opening:XAF 3,266,161,102.00 Evaluated Bid Price: XAF3,266,161,104.00

CM Social Safety Nets - P128534

Projet Filet Sociaux | Published November 23, 2015  -  Deadline December 4, 2015
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Recruitment D? A Chargee Ong De La Mise En? The piece Activites De Construction De A High Intensity Hand out D ?? / Cash For Work (Thimo / cfw) The Project Social Nets NETS social-PROJECT PROJECT MANAGEMENT UNIT (PMU ) NOTICE A SOLICITATION OF INTEREST DESMANIFESTATIONS No. 007 / ASMI / MINEPAT / CTS / PFS / 2015 OF 17 November 2015 FOR THE RECRUITMENT OF AN NGO RESPONSIBLE FOR CARRYING OUT ACTIVITIES OF PUBLIC WORKS HAND HIGH INTENSITY ? IMPLEMENTATIONGUIDE / CASH FOR WORK (Thimo / CFW) PROJECT IDA FILETSSOCIAUX Crédit5224-CM 1. This notice àsollicitation expressions of interest follows the general procurement notice for this project published in UNDB November 24, 2014 . 2. Républiquedu Cameroon has obtained a credit from the International Development Association (IDA) towards the cost of the Project Social Nets (PFS) and intends to use part of the amount of cecrédit to make payments under contract for the Consulting Services for "the implementation of public activities detravaux High Intensity Hand oeuvres / Cash For Work (Thimo / CFW) of the Draft Social Nets". 3. The overall objective of the mission in estdemettre? Out the Thimo / CFW in villages communesde Moulvoudaye Mokolo and in the Far North Region, towns selected for the pilot phase of the component Thimo / CFW PFS , because they are the most affected towns pardes IDPs and refugees, vulnerable towns and poor not benefiting from project types HIMOexécutés by other partners.

CM - Competitive Value Chains - P112975

Projet Competitivite des Filieres de Croissance (PCFC) | Published November 3, 2015  -  Deadline December 29, 2015
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Construction Work And D management From Resettlement From Site Of Operators Of The Association Of Technicians De Bois D olezoa (ATBO) In The MAGZI Zone From Mvan A Yaounde In Two (02) Lots Separated:??? Lot 1: Earthworks Of Platforms ( And Pavement B Tender Notice (AA0) Project Competitiveness Growth Sectors (PCFC) of the National Invitation to Tender N ° 011 / AAON / MINEPAT / PCFC / SPM / 2015 OF 2 November 2015 and deconstruction work resettlement site development operators of the association of technicians wood OLEZOA (ATBO) in LaZone MAGZI of Mvan YAOUNDE in two (02) Separated Lots: Lot 1: Earthworks platforms (roads and buildings) VRD, Landscaping, Drilling, Water Tower and tarp eauincendie; Lot 2: Building Constructions: Shop Administration - Exhibition Hall, Restaurant, Infirmary, Local energy machining Hangar, Guérite and boundary wall . Funding: IDA Credit No: 4780-CM The tender notice follows the project of Procurement AvisGénéral published in "UNDB" online from 12 July 2010. The Government of the Republic of Cameroon aobtenu a credit from the International Development Association (IDA) to finance the Competitiveness Project decay Dies (PCFC), and intends to use part of the proceeds of this credit to payments authorized titredu market which this Bidding estlancé. The Coordinator of Growth Sectors ProjetCompétitivité invites sealed bids from the soumissionnaireséligibles and meet the qualifications required forthe realization of "Work of Construction and resettlement site development operators of the association destechniciens wood OLEZOA ( ATBO) dansla area of ​​MAGZI Mvan YAOUNDE in two (02) LotsSéparés: Lot 1: Earthworks platforms (roads and buildings), VRD, Aménagementsextérieurs, Drilling, Water Tower and Water Tarpaulin fire; Lot 2: desbâtiments buildings: Stores, Administration - Exhibition Hall, Restaurant, Infirmary, Local energy machining Hangar, Guérite andthe boundary wall. " For this purpose, only the completed work will be paid Surles fund IDA Credit; the remaining work will be taken into chargepar the Government of the Republic of Cameroon. The Bidding will be conducted parAppel National Competitive (AON) as defined in the "Guidelines: Procurement of contracts financed by IBRD Loans and IDA Credits", May 2004 edition, revised and Octobre2006 May 2010, and open to all bidders from eligible countries as defined in those Directives. 5.The Interested eligible bidders peuventobtenir additional information and examine the Companies of tender documents (DCE) to the Unit deCoordination of PCFC, located at a place called "Behind the Bastos Factory" beyond 300 meters from SNV of the "New Route Bastos" BP 10030 Yaoundé - Tel. : +237 222 21 86 52/222 21 86 53 -E-mail: francoisesoua@yahoo.fr (to the attention of Madam Coordinator PCFC Coordination Unit), with copies to all atteyo.62@gmail.com Monday to Friday day between 09am et15h30. The exigencesen for qualifications are: a) Technical capacity Tenderers must etexpérience Having realized the moinsdeux (02) markets of similar size to a cumulative amount of at least: For Lot1: 4,500,000 XAF CFA or equivalent; and For Lot2: 14.5 million CFA francs XAF or equivalent within five (05) years (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014), with the sums in freely convertible currency (HT & TTC), provide names Administrations client and attach copies of contracts and minutes yrelatifs. b) The Variantestechniques techniquesne variants are not "Applicable" in the framework of this tender dossier. A meeting préparatoiresuivie a site visit for potential bidders travauxdes duPCFC be held at the conference hall, three (03) weeks after the publication of the Tender Notice in UNDB-online at the latest 1 December 2015 at 10 am local time. Foreign bidders pourrontdemander leditDossier Bidding at PCFC, if they wish, but must absolutely acquire when desoffres deposit. Bids must be delivered to the PCFC Coordination Unit, located at a place called "Behind Factory Bastos' 300 mètresde SNV from the" New Route Bastos "BP 10030 Yaoundé - Tel. : +237 22221 86 52/222 53 2186, at the latest 29Décembre 2015-12 pm local time. Retardne offers rebates will not be accepted. Tenders will be opened in the presence of the representatives duly authorized by each dessoumissionnaires to the address mentioned below, the 29Décembre 2015-13 pm local time.

CM - Competitive Value Chains - P112975

PROJET COMPETITIVITE DES FILIERES DE CROISSANCE | Published September 17, 2015  -  Deadline November 17, 2015
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D work? And Layouts D? Electrification Of The Beach From The Works Presents The Premiere Relate In Phase One (01) Unique Lot Tender Notice (AA0) Project Competitiveness Growth Sectors (PCFC) Call Notice International Offers No 010 / AAOI / MINEPAT / PCFC / SPM / 2015 OF 16 September 2015 THE PRESENT WORK CONCERN THE FIRST PHASE ONE (01) SINGLE LOT Funding: IDA Credit No: 4780-CM This Call Notice Bids follows the project of Procurement AvisGénéral published in "UNDB" online from 12 July 2010. The Government of the Republic of Cameroon aobtenu a credit from the International Development Association (IDA) to finance the Competitiveness Project decay Dies (PCFC), and intends to use part of the proceeds of this credit to payments authorized titredu contract for which this Invitation for Bids estlancé. The Coordinator of Growth Sectors ProjetCompétitivité invites sealed bids from the soumissionnaireséligibles and meet the qualifications required forthe TRAVAUXCONCERNENT PRESENTS THE FIRST PHASE IN A SINGLE LOT ". The delivery time is two hundred and forty (240) days from the Ordrede Service notification date lecommencement prescribing exits benefits of this Bid. The Bidding will be conducted parAppel International Competitive (AOI) as defined in the "Guidelines: Procurement of contracts financed by IBRD Loans and IDA lesCrédits" Edition May 2004, revised in October 2006 and May 2010, and open to all bidders from eligible countries as définisdans these Guidelines. 5.The Interested eligible bidders peuventobtenir additional information and examine the Companies of tender documents (DCE) to the Unit deCoordination of PCFC, located at a place called "Behind the Bastos Factory" beyond 300 meters from SNV of the "New Route Bastos" BP 10030 Yaoundé - Tel. : +237 22 21 86 52/22 21 86 53 -E-mail: fracoisesoua@yahoo.fr (to the attention of Madam Coordinator PCFC Coordination Unit), with copies to all atteyo.62@gmail.com the joursde Monday to Friday between 09am et15h30. The skills requirements are: a) Technical capacity etexpérience The bidder must have made at least two (02) An amount of markets Billion (1,000,000,000) CFA Francs XAF each oul'équivalent in Euros or US Dollars at During the five (05) years (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 et2014), with the sums in freely convertible currency (HT & TTC), indicate the names plaintiffs desAdministrations and attach copies of contracts and minutes yrelatifs. b) Variantestechniques Technical variants are "Applicable" in the conditionssuivantes - LeSoumissionnaire must necessarily respond to solutionde basis; - Only lesvariantes techniques Bidder that offered the offer complies with the basic solution the lowest evaluated will êtreretenues; The Bidder shall provide all informationsnécessaires a comprehensive assessment of the options by the Employer, including design lescalculs the TECHNICALSPECIFICATIONS, breakdown of prices, proposed construction methods and other relevant details. - LeSoumissionnaire provide supporting documents enabling the employer to decide on the technical feasibility and alternatives proposed lesavantagesdes particularly in terms of cost investissementet maintenance costs and in terms of achieving délaisde. - Do not change the architecture of the project; - Do not diminuerles security levels and comforts project; - If devariante, the Client (Client) is réservele right to ask the prospective bidder the right of presentation of internationally recognized sonlabel; - The tenderer must also submit with its bid a tender guarantee certificate from a montantégal to 40 million CFA Francs XAF CFA francs or the equivalent in any other convertible currency enEuro. A preparatory meeting followed unevisite site travauxdes potential bidders will be held in the Community UrbainedeKribi, three (03) weeks after the publication of the Tender Notice in UNDB-online and in the Cameroon Tribune plustard October 13, 2015 at 10 am local time. Foreign bidders pourrontdemander leditDossier Bidding at PCFC, if they wish, but must absolutely acquire when desoffres deposit. Bids must be delivered to the PCFC Coordination Unit, located at a place called "Behind Factory Bastos' 300 mètresde SNV from the" New Route Bastos "BP 10030 Yaoundé - Tel. : +237 2221 86 52/22 21 86 5

3A-CEMAC Transp Transit Facil (FY07) - P079736

CELLULE BAD BM | Published September 15, 2015  -  Deadline September 29, 2015
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Services De Consultants En Vue D?une Mission Evaluation Indépendante Des Dégradations Précoces Observées Sur Deux (02) Chantiers Routiers. REPUBLIQUE DU CAMEROUN ----------0--------- MINISTERE DES TRAVAUX PUBLICS ----------0--------- SECRETARIAT GENERAL ----------0--------- DIRECTIONGENERALE DES TRAVAUX D'INFRASTRUCTURES --------0-------- DIRECTION DES INVESTISSEMENTS ROUTIERS ----------0--------- Cellule BAD-BM REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON ----------0--------- MINISTRY OF PUBLIC WORKS ----------0--------- SECRETARIATGENERAL ----------0--------- GENERAL DIRECTORATEOF INFRASTRUCTUREWORKS --------0-------- DEPARTMENT OF ROAD INVESTMENTS ----------0--------- ADB-WB Unit PROJET DEFACILITATION DES TRANSPORTS ET DUTRANSIT EN ZONE CEMAC COMPOSANTE CAMEROUN SOLLICITATION DE MANIFESTATION D'INTERET N°70/SMI/MINTP/SG/DGTI/DIR/DIR30/2015 DU31/08/2015 Pourles services de Consultants en vue d'une mission d'évaluation indépendante des dégradations précoces observées sur deux (02)chantiers routiers. Crédit IDA : 4987-CM N° de référence dans le PPM : 17 (Sélection des Consultants) 1.      LeGouvernement de la République du Cameroun a reçu un financement de l'Association Internationale de Développement (IDA), etal'intention d'utiliser une partie du montant de ce crédit pour effectuer les paiements au titre du contrat suivant :« Services de Consultants  en vue d'unemission d'évaluation indépendante des dégradations précoces observées sur deux (02) chantiersroutiers ». 2.      Afinde déterminer les causes des dégradations pour chacun des deux chantiers routiers, les services de consultant(« Services ») consistent à faire une analyse multicritères séparée prenant en compte entreautres : ·           les dispositions duMarché ; ·           le volume et la composition dutrafic ; ·           les comportements desusagers ; ·           les caractéristiques de la structurede la chaussée ; ·           la nature et la qualité des matériauxutilisés ; ·           la qualité du matériel et deséquipements utilisés ; ·           la qualité des travauxeffectués ; ·           les conditions climatiques et lapluviométrie dans la zone des travaux ; ·           l'impact de l'environnement surlestravaux initiaux et de reprise. 3.      LeMinistre des Travaux Publics invite les firmes de consultants (« Consultants ») éligibles à manifester leur intérêt pour fournir les services décrits ci-dessus. Les Consultants intéressés doivent fournir lesinformations démontrant qu'ils possèdent les qualifications requises etune expérience pertinente pour l'exécution des Services. Lescritèresd'établissement de la liste restreinte sont : - l'Expérience générale dans le domaine de contrôle et desurveillance des travaux routiers de constructions neuves; - L'expérience spécifique pour la missiond'audit ou d'évaluation des travaux routiers de bitumage; 4.      Ilest porté à l'attention des Consultants que les dispositions du paragraphe 1.9 des « Directives : Sélection et Emploi deConsultants par les Emprunteurs de la Banque mondiale dans le cadre des Prêts de la BIRD et des Crédits et Dons de l'AID »,datées de Janvier 2011, (« Directives de Consultants »), relatives aux règles de la Banque mondiale en matière de conflitd'intérêts sont applicables. 5.      LesConsultants peuvent s'associer avec d'autres firmes pour renforcer leurs compétences respectives en la forme d'un groupementsolidaire ou d'un accord de sous-traitant. 6.      UnConsultant sera sélectionné selon la méthode fondée sur la qualité et le coût (SFQC) telle que décrite dans les Directives deConsultants. 7.      LesConsultants intéressés peuvent obtenir des informations supplémentaires à l'adresse ci-dessous, de 09h 00 à 15h 00, heureslocales. 8.      Lesmanifestations d'intérêt  doivent être déposées en quatre (04) exemplaires à l'adresseci-dessous par personne, par courrier ou par courrier électronique au plus tard le 29./09/2015 à quinze (15) heures, heure locale. Elles doivent être transmises avec lamention : « Sollicitation de Manifestation d'intérêt/Services de Consultants en vue d'une mission d'évaluation indépendante des dégradations précoces observées sur deux (02)chantiers routiers. A l'attention de Monsieur le Ministredes Travaux Publics Agence d'exécution de Projet :Cellule de Suivi de l'Exécution des Projets Routiers, BAD/Banque Mondiale ; Directiondes InvestissementsRoutiers, Sise à la Délégation Régionale desTravaux Publics du Centre, à Yaoundé. Téléphone : (237)22-22-22-94 ; FAX : (237) 22-22-22-94 E-mail : csepr_badbm@yahoo.fr Yaoundé, le________________ Le Ministre desTravaux Publics

CM - Multimodal Transport Project - P143801

CELLULE DE SUIVI DE L EXECUTION DES PROJETS ROUTIERS FINANCES PAR LA BAD BM | Published June 1, 2015
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General Procurement Notice REPUBLIQUEDU CAMEROON 0 ---------- ---------- --------- MINISTEREDES PUBLIC WORKS 0 --------- SECRETARIATGENERAL - 0 --------- --------- GENERAL FOR TRAVAUXD'INFRASTRUCTURES -------- -------- 0 BRANCH INVESTISSEMENTSROUTIERS ----- 0 ----- --------- Cell BAD-BM IP1 / SPM REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON 0 ---------- --------- MINISTRY OF PUBLIC WORKS - 0 --------- ---------- --------- 0 --------- SECRETARIATGENERAL DIRECTORATE GENERAL WORKS OFINFRASTRUCTURE ------ --0 DEPARTMENT OF ROAD INVESTMENTS -------- ---------- --------- 0 ADB-WB Unit NOTICE GENERAL PROCUREMENT PROJECT DESMARCHES TRANSPORTMULTIMODAL (P .143801) CAMEROON The Government of Cameroon, a areçu Bank dela Mondialed'unmontant funding equivalent to US $ 71 million to finance the project transportmultimodal and intends to use the funds for procurement of goods, works and consulting services to be passed through ceprojet. Specific objectives related to the components A and C duprojet are as follows: (i) Améliorationde road infrastructure of the Maroua-Kousseri section; (Ii) Développementd'une integrated approach of the different transport modes Lesprincipaux works contracts, consulting services and supplies passerdurant this project are: 1. Works: - Réhabilitationde the paved road Maroua-Mora. - Gestionet maintenance by level of service road paved Maroua-Kousseri ycompris bypass the town of Kousseri. 2. Consulting Services: - Surveillanceet control work cited above; - Etudesde preparation of future projects in the transport sector; - Auditdes MINTP skills; - Recrutementd'un training expert; - Recrutementd'un consultant in monitoring and evaluation; - Recrutementd'un expert in road safety; - Etudeen for the Development of an independent control system prixdetransports and évolutiondes costs in Cameroon; - Etudesen for improving the business climate for market transportscompétitifs; - Auditcomptable and financial project for 2015.2016 and 2017 financial years; - Elaborationd'une integrated strategy auCameroun multimodal transport infrastructure; - Evaluationd'un integrated socio-environmental policy framework sector transportset definition of an implementation plan?. - 3. Supplies: - acquisitionof project vehicles; - Acquisitiondu computer hardware; [KHM1] consultantsseront selected in accordance with the "Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers Inthe context of IBRD Loans and IDA Credits and Donations" datéede January 2011 opinions on the different markets quidoivent be in line with bidding procedures concurrenceinternationale the World Bank will be published as they become available in 'Development Business' and Inthe local newspapers. Potential bidders meeting the criteria of origin etsouhaitant included on the list of recipients for deprésélection notice / tender under the international bidding procedures laconcurrence, or those requiring additional information, should contact the addresses below. Ministry of Public Works (MINTP) Suivide Coordination Unit and the Exécutiondes Road Projects funded by the Group of African Bank deDéveloppementou the World Bank; Yaounde, Cameroon, Phone (237) 2 22 22-44-51 / 2 22 22 22 94; Fax: (237) 2 22 23 48 78/2 22 22 22 94; email: csepr_badbm@yahoo.fr The Ministredes Construction [KHM1] Too small amount

IFB – ECOWAS - Construction of Joint Border Post at Mfum Border (Between Nigeria and Cameroon) – 04 2015

 | Published April 23, 2015
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Page 1 of 3 SPECIFIC PROCUREMENT NOTICE INVITATION FOR BIDS ECONOMIC COMMUNITY OF WEST AFRICA (ECOWAS) TRANSPORT FACILITATION PROGRAMME FOR THE BAMENDA- MAMFE-EKOK/MFUM-ABAKALIKI-ENUGU CORRIDOR Construction of Joint Border Post at Mfum Border (Between Nigeria and Cameroon) Advertisement No. – TFPBE/ECW-INFRA/JBP/001 («Development Business» n 739 dated 11/30/2008) 1. This invitation for bids follows the general procurement notice for this project that appeared in UN Development Business Issue No 733, 31 August 2008. The ECOWAS Commission has received a Grant from the African Development Fund toward the cost of the Transport Facilitation Program for the Bamenda – Mamfe-Ekok/Mfum-Abakaliki-Enugu Corridor, and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of the Grant to payments under the contract for the Construction of Joint Border Post at Mfum Border (Between Nigeria and Cameroon), Contract No. TFPBE/ECW-INFRA/JBP/001 2. The Department of Infrastructure of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) in collaboration with the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the Construction of Joint Border Post at Mfum Border (Between Nigeria and Cameroon). Bidding will be conducted through the international competitive bidding procedures specified in the current African Development Bank’s Rules of Procedure for Procurement of Goods and Works and are open to all bidders from eligible member countries as defined in the Rules. 3. The principal components of the works are the erection, installation and construction of all physical infrastructure include but not limited to the following: a) Administration Block b) Customs Brigade c) Truck Inspection Area d) Warehouse e) Entry Gate Control Post f) Toilet & Shower for HGV Drivers g) Weighbridge; Scanner Control Rooms h) Maintenance and Generator House i) Fire Station j) Commercial Services Building k) Health Services l) Pedestrian Control Zone m) Veterinary Store & Animal Park n) HGD Shelter o) Pedestrian Toilet Block p) Pedestrian Shelter q) Toilet Block for LVG Public r) Pump House In addition, there are extensive EXTERNAL WORKS comprising, but not limited to: Page 2 of 3 a) Site works b) Pedestrian Footpath & Walkway c) Blast Wall Protection d) Security Fences - Pound Enclosure - Palisade Wall - Razor Wire Fence - Boundary Fence - Patrol Corridor - Chain Link e) Foul Drainage f) Waste Management g) Surface Water Drainage and Oil Separators h) Water Reticulation i) Fire Hydrant Network j) Electrical Reticulation k) Weigh Bridge (Civil Works) l) Gate Barrier m) Roads and Carparks 4. The contract completion period cannot exceed Eighteen Months (18). 5. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from and inspect the bidding documents at the ECOWAS Commission office in Abuja-Nigeria at the address stated at end of this document commencing Tuesday, April 28, 2015 from 09.00 to 16.00 hours local time during working days. 6. A complete set of bidding documents in English language may be purchased by interested bidders on the submission of a written application to the address below and upon payment of a non-refundable fee of US$ 150. The method of payment will be by Bank Draft or Certified Cheque. The set of bidding documents will be handed over upon receipt of payment. 7. Bids must be delivered to the address below by 14.00 hours local time, Wednesday July 01, 2015. All bids must be accompanied by a bid security amounting to US$ 672,200 or an equivalent amount in a freely convertible currency. Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be opened in the presence of bidders’ representatives and anyone who choose to attend at the address below on Wednesday, July 01, 2015 at 14.15 hours local time. 8. Bids shall be valid for a bid period of one hundred fifty (150) days after Bid Opening. 9. Post –qualification will be based on meeting all the following minimum pass/fail criteria regarding the Applicant’s general and particular experience, personnel and equipment capabilities, and financial position: (i) average annual construction turnover as prime contractor (defined as billing for works in progress and completed) over the last five years (2010-2014) of an amount equivalent to Ten million United States Dollars (US$ 10 million) (ii) successful experience as a main or principal contractor in the execution of at least three (3) projects of a nature and complexity comparable to the proposed contract within the last five years (2010-2014); this experience should include contracts of similar nature of the construction of one storey building and at least 30 km of major road construction with asphaltic and rigid concrete pavements; (iii) the Applicant must have suitably qualified personnel with a minimum experience of 10 years in the execution of similar works; (iv) the Applicant should own, or have assured access (through hire, lease, purchase agreement or other means) to key items of equipment in full working order; and Page 3 of 3 (v) the applicant shall demonstrate that it has access to, or has available, liquid assets, lines of credit and other financial means to meet the construction cash flow estimated as US$ Two million, Five Hundred Thousand (US$2,500,000). 10. A site visit and pre-bid conference is scheduled for 10.00 hours local time, Wednesday, June 03, 2015 at the project site at Mfum/Ekok border (between Nigeria and Cameroon). All bidders are encouraged to attend. 11. Preference for Domestic or Regional Bidders Clauses are not applicable ECONOMIC COMMUNITY OF WEST AFRICAN STATES (ECOWAS) Niger House, ECOWAS Annex Plot B17, Ralph Sodeinde Street Central Business District Abuja, Nigeria Attention: Mr Ebrima NJIE, Commissioner for Infrastructure Phone: +234 810 161 2825 E-mail: ebrimanjieuk@yahoo.co.uk

CM-Energy Sector Development SIL (FY08) - P104456

Projet de Développement du Secteur de l?Energie (PDSEN) | Published March 24, 2015  -  Deadline April 10, 2015
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Recruitment D? A Consultant In View Of The Realisation Of Studies D? Draft Summary (APS), D? Draft Detaille (apd) and Preparation of Documents D? D call? Offers (dao) For L? D execution? Conveyance D works? In Cameroon electricity REPUBLIQUEDU CAMEROON Peace-Work-Fatherland ??????????????????????? MINISTRY OF WATER AND ENERGY ??????????????????????? REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON Peace-Work-Fatherland ??????????????????????? MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES AND ENERGY ??????????????????????? REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR THE SELECTION OF CONSULTANTS NOTICE From solicitation attractions of Camaguey event No. 000003 / ASMI / MINEE / PDSEN / 2015 of 17 MARS2015 Name Country Name duProjet Cameroon Development Project Energy Sector (PDSEN) Heading Consultant Mission Recruitment of a consultant for the realization of the Proposed Draft Summary Studies (APS), Avant-detailed design (ODA) and preparation of Tender Documents (DAO) for the execution of works in Cameroon transportd'électricité Credit IDANuméro CR.4484.CM TheGovernment of Cameroon prepared with the support of the World Bank, a project to build transportd'électricité works in to upgrade the public electricity transmission networks Cameroun.Il proposes desolliciter from IBRD, an advance for project preparation (PPA) and intends to use a portion of this advance lerecrutement a responsible consultant the achievement of preliminary studies (APS, APD) and the tender documents (DAO) necessary for the performance of electricity transmission facilities àconstruire. BACKGROUND The World Bank intends to finance a portion of these investments in the guichetBIRD. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The hired consultant will carry out the preliminary engineering studies laconstruction transmission facilities included in the investment plan namely, studies of Proposed Draft Summary (APS) etd'Avant-detailed design (ODA) .To allow démarrageeffectif of work, the hired consultant will also prepare Tender Documents (CAD) forthe selection of the companies in charge of carrying out the work. Successful investments include the construction of new routes lerenforcement of existing routes, new posts construction and extension of existing positions. The critèrespour the establishment of the short list are: - General experience of the firm: the number of years of activity in general, as a firm or design office in thefield of the mission; - Specific experience and references from the firm for similar missions. It is worn ATTENTION Consultants that the provisions of paragraph 1.9 of the "Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Labanque Borrowers under the IBRD Loans and IDA Credits and donations," January Edition 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"), relating to the rules of the World Bank's conflict of interest sontapplicables. Consultants peuvents'associer with other firms pourrenforcer their respective competences in the form of a solidarity group or desous contractor agreement. A Consultant serasélectionné according to the method "SélectionFondée on Quality and Cost" (SQFC) as described in the Consultants Guidelines. The consultantsintéressés may obtain further information at the address below and the following hours: 9 am to 15 hours 30 minutes local time. Written manifestationsd'intérêt must be filed quality.illumina @ libero.it Mon below in person, by mail, facsimile or mail électroniqueau by 10 avril2015 to 13 hours, local time. Ministry of Water and Electricity Department del'Energie BP070 Yaoundé - Cameroon Phone: (237) 22 22 20 99 Fax: (237) 22 22 61 77 E-mail: jpzekeyo@yahoo.fr aveccopie to: carlmukam @ yahoo.fr THE MINISTER OF WATER AND ENERGY Dr BasileATANGANA KOUNA

CM - Competitive Value Chains - P112975

COMPETITIVE VALUE CHAINS PROJECT | Published December 23, 2014  -  Deadline January 23, 2015
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The Recruitment Of A Consultant To Carry Out The Leather Value Chain Analysis In Cameroon REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON ------------- Peace ? Work ?Fatherland ------------- MINISTRY OFECONOMY, PLANNINGAND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT ------------ COMPETITIVEVALUE CHAINS PROJECT (PCFC) ------------ REQUEST FOREXPRESSION OF INTEREST ------------- N°0026/ASMI/MINEPAT/PCFC/SPM/2014 OF December 23th  2014 ------------ Financing : IDA Credit No. 4780CM --------------- FOR THERECRUITMENT OF A CONSULTANT TO CARRY OUT THE LEATHER VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS IN CAMEROON ***************************** This request for expression of interest is a follow-upto the General ProjectProcurement Notice published in Development Business of 12 July 2010. The Government of the Republic of Cameroon has obtained from the International Development Association (IDA)Credit No. 4780 tofinance the Competitive Value Chains Project (PCFC) and intends to apply part of the funds towards eligiblepayments "for the recruitment of a Consultant forthe leather value chain analysis in Cameroon". The consulting services, hereunder referred toas the Services, shall include: GENERALOBJECTIVE: The research seeks to provide new insights into why the development ofthe leather sector in Cameroon has been slow, while it has grown in countries with similar levels of economic development. Thefindings of the research are expected to inform the Government of Cameroon's industrialization strategy in general and the leathersector strategy in particular. Ultimately, the aim is to help Cameroon diversify and become less dependent on imported leather byincreasing the production and competitiveness of locally produced construction materials and to improve the sectorcompetitiveness. SCOPE OF WORK: To that end, the Consultant will :  (i) carry out an integrated value chains analysis (IVCA) for leather, with particularemphasis on identifying policy and market-based constraints inhibiting the development of a competitive value added sector inCameroon. Further, the IVCA shall assess the feasibility of extending commercial opportunities in local, regional and internationalmarkets for value added leather products, working closely with sector actors to draw up a preliminary list of possible products andmarkets; (ii) conduct a livelihoods analysis and a social risks analysis of the current value chain and country context. Income levels in Cameroon vary a lot like inmany developing countries and it is necessary to assess the situation, impact and community adaptation mechanisms along the entirevalue chain. Besides, youth unemployment is particularly high which can contribute to cause social unrest. These livelihoods andsocial risks analyses aim at determining the extent to which the local population can benefit from agri-business activitiestargeting social inclusion; (iii) develop a set of industry-specific policy recommendations that will address the obstacles to thedevelopment of value added in the leather sector, foster more marketopportunities, promote linkages between various stakeholdersand activities within the value chain, ensure a positive impact on livelihoodsand mitigate social risks. These recommendations willdraw from lessons learned in other comparable countries where the leather industry isalready well developed and competitive. Specifically, theConsultant shall (i) carry out a detailed product-based value chainanalysis for leather based on primary data collected during interviews; (ii) review thecurrent legal and regulatory framework to determine whether existing policies and regulations inhibit thedevelopment andsustainable growth and diversification of the agri-business sector; (iii) assess the skillslevel available in the sector by conducting firm-level mini-surveys of needs for critical skills to establish the demand forskills development programmes that enterprises may provide themselves in-house (with the support of tax and other incentives) orcollectively by private training providers; (iv) map the current institutional support infrastructure of the construction sector todetermine overlappingresponsibilities and redundancies that might contribute to limit the growth potential of the sector; (v)identify constraints that limit the development and growth of the sector; (vi) analyzelivelihoods and social risks; (vii) Formulate a set of policy recommendations for addressing obstacles to value chain developmentin the leather sector. IMPLEMENTATION PERIOD: The mission shall be implemented for three (03) months. The Coordinator of the Competitive Value Chains Project hereby invites eligible candidates to expressinterest in providing theabove services. Interested consultants must submit information indicating whether they are qualified forthe mission. Criteria used to establish the shortlist are: (i) have multi-country experience in conducting the integrated value chains analysis, with specific knowledge and experience in the IVCA ofagri-business products; (ii) have relevant experience in conducting interviewsand working with stakeholders to identify product andniche market opportunities. Interested Consultants are reminded that the provisions of paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selectionand Employment ofConsultants by World Bank Borrowers, revised in October 2006and May 2010 relating to World Bank rules governing conflict of interest shall be applicable. Consultants may associate with otherfirms in the form of a joint ventureor a sub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost-Based Selection (QCBS) methodset out in the Consultant Guidelines, May2004 edition revised in October 2006 and May2010. Interested Consultants may obtain further information referred to at theunder-mentioned address during working hours from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., local time.  The Terms of Reference of this mission are available and can be withdrawn from the Procurement Department ofPCFC. Written expressions of interest shall be deposited at the following address in person, by mail, by facsimileor by electronic mailnot later than 23th January 2015 at12:00 noon, local time, and labeled asfollows: Expression of Interest No. 0026/ASMI/MINEPAT/PCFC/SPM/2014 of December23th  2014 "for the recruitment of a consultant to carry out a value chains analysis of leather inCameroon". The address referred to above is: Coordination Unit of the Competitive Value Chains Project (PCFC),Procurement Department, situated at "Derrière l'Usine Bastos", 300 metres from SNV comingfrom"Nouvelle Route Bastos", Tel.: +237 222 21 86 52 / 222 21 86 53, E-mail :francoisesoua@yahoo.fr with copy toatteyo.62@gmail.com Yaounde,  December 23th  2014 E. Françoise SOUANTYAM, Coordinator of PCFC

CM - Competitive Value Chains - P112975

PROJET COMPETITIVITE DES FILIERES DE CROISSANCE -PCFC- | Published November 20, 2014  -  Deadline December 15, 2014
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Recruitment D? A Bet In View Of The? Technical support A La Conception, L? Elaboration Des Etudes D? Before Project Summary (APS), Studies D? Detaille before Project (apd) And Monitoring Of The Construction Work Two (02 ) Slopes D? And ascension Two (02) Mira REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON -------------