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PRE-QUALIFICATION OF SUPPLIERS for Construction Works in Addis Ababa & Regional States of Ethiopia

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published February 1, 2016
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ET-Irrigation & Drainage SIL (FY07) - P092353

 | Published December 5, 2014
Winner
Jiangxi Water and Hydropower Construction Co. Ltd.
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Construction Contract: Ribb Phase I Irrigation And Drainage Scheme ICB Contract Award Notice Ethiopia Project: P092353 - Irrigation and Drainage Project Bid/Contract Reference No: MoWE/I&D/ICB/Works 02 Scope of Contract: Construction Contract: Ribb Phase I Irrigation andDrainage Scheme Duration of Contract: 3Year(s) Contract Signature Date: Evaluation Currency: ETB-Ethiopian Birr Awarded Bidder(s): Name: Jiangxi Water and Hydropower Construction Co. Ltd. Address: Nanchang, Jiangxi No.778, Hongcheng Rd. Country: China Bid Price at Opening:ETB 484,883,089.84USD 29,274,856.46 Evaluated Bid Price: ETB927,883,743.71 Contract Price: ETB927,883,743.71 Evaluated Bidder(s): Name : Technofab-Gammon JV Address :507, Eros Apartments, 56 Nehru Place, New Delhi -110015 Country: India Bid Price at Opening:ETB 108,795,898.98USD 49,413,504.70 Evaluated Bid Price: ETB949,282,062.96 Evaluated Bidder(s): Name : Simplex Infrastructure Ltd Address :Shakespeare |Serani, Kolkata 700017 Country: India Bid Price at Opening:ETB 664,642,063.85USD 20,824,531.46 Evaluated Bid Price: ETB1,018,927,065.33

NOTICE FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION- GRADE III and above

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published April 8, 2016
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NOTICE FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION- GRADE IV

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published April 8, 2016
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Ethiopia-Transport Sector Project - P117731

 | Published November 10, 2014
Winner
UTE ELSAMEX-ECOASFALT ETHIOPIA 35
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Construction Of Ambo-wolliso Road Upgrading Project ICB Contract Award Notice Ethiopia Project: P117731 - Ethiopia-Transport Sector Project in Support ofRSDP4 Bid/Contract Reference No: W/35/ICB/OC/L/IDA/2004EFY Scope of Contract: Construction of Ambo-Wolliso Road Upgrading Project Duration of Contract: 3Year(s) Contract Signature Date: 14-Oct-2014 Evaluation Currency: ETB-Ethiopian Birr Awarded Bidder(s): Name: UTE ELSAMEX-ECOASFALT ETHIOPIA 35 Address: UTE ELSAMEX-ECOASFALT ETHIOPIA 35 TEL: 34 91 329 44 77 FAX: 34 91 329 40 57 PARQUE EMPRESARIAL BARAJAS PARK SA SEV ERO,18-28042 MADRID SPAIN Country: Spain Bid Price at Opening:ETB 1,203,480,403.65 Evaluated Bid Price: ETB1,203,462,410.59 Contract Price: ETB1,203,462,410.59 Evaluated Bidder(s): Name : METAG INSAAT TICARET A.S. JV Ceytun Insaat Outomotiv Nakliye Sanati VE TICARET Ltd Address :AnkaraTurkey Country: Turkey Bid Price at Opening:ETB 1,343,634,703.45 Evaluated Bid Price: ETB1,343,634,703.45

Information Notice – Ethiopia - Design and Construction of Modjo-Awassa Highway Project , Phase-I - Modjo-Zeway, Lot I: Modjo-Meki – Contract Awards – 11 2015

 | Published November 10, 2015
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Independent Professional Services for Project Risk Assessment, Management and Control for the re ...

United Nations Secretariat | Published April 6, 2016
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United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) located in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOIs) from qualified companies with the required expertise and experience to provide independent professional services for project risk assessment, management and control in connection with the project for the Renovation of the Africa Hall. ECA intends to appoint a single company to provide independent risk management services for the identification and analysis of risks related (but not limited to) project cost, schedule, scope and quality control. The appointed company will report to Director, Division of Administration (DOA)/Project Director, will provide independent advice to the Chair of the Stakeholder Governance Committee and will work with the UN Headquarters Overseas Property Management Unit to contribute to appropriate project oversight. The Africa Hall is an historical building located within the ECA compound, considered a landmark either from cultural than architectural point of view, hosting a conference hall as well as offices and ancillary services. The risk management services would be required for the full duration of the project which is scheduled to be completed in approximately 70 months (including Defect Liability Period). The Services will be related to the 3 upcoming Stages of the Project implementation, namely : a) Pre-Construction: final design and tendering b) Construction : works execution, commissioning c) Post Construction : handing over / usage and defect liability period By acting as Risk Manager, Services to be provided will include (but will not be limited to): 1) Establishing an overall risk strategy enabling risk (early) identification and management (i.e. set up of and periodical update of a risk register); 2) Risk analysis and periodical reporting based on likelihood/nature of hazard/severity of impact in terms of cost, times and quality aspects; 3) Formulation of risk mitigation strategies (e.g. with reference to the use of contingency) and actions (i.e. reduction, transfer, sharing, retention); 4) Reporting of projected 'time and cost to complete'. Bidders will be requested to make proposals on a fixed-price lump-sum fee basis for above services at a later stage through a Request for Proposal (RFP).

ET-Urban WSS SIL FY07) - P101473

 | Published February 20, 2015
Winner
Saba Construction PLC
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Procurement Of Plant Design Review, Supply And Installatin Of Electro-mechaical Equipments Including Nine Submersible Pumps ICB Contract Award Notice Ethiopia Project: P101473 - Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Project Bid/Contract Reference No: HTWSSE/G/EDA 01/2013 Scope of Contract: Procurement of Plant Design review, Supply and installatin of Electro-Mechaical Equipments including ninesubmersible pumps Duration of Contract: 330Day(s) Contract Signature Date: Evaluation Currency: ETB-Ethiopian Birr Awarded Bidder(s): Name: Saba Construction PLC Address: Tel 0116522637Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Country: Ethiopia Bid Price at Opening:EUR 1,184,069.90ETB 14,147,250.00 Evaluated Bid Price: ETB45,915,016.57 Contract Price: ETB45,915,016.57

Elect. Network Reinforcement & Expansio - P119893

 | Published February 12, 2015
Winner
China Electric Power Equipment and Technology Co.Ltd
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Lot-3: Rehabilitation And Upgrading Of Medium Voltage And Low Voltage Networks In Nazareth (adama), Dire Dawa, Awassa And Jimma Towns. ICB Contract Award Notice Ethiopia Project: P119893 - Electricity Network Reinforcement and ExpansionProject (ENREP) Bid/Contract Reference No: EEPCo-IV/W-01/11 Scope of Contract: Lot-3: Rehabilitation and Upgrading of Medium Voltage and Low Voltage Networks in Nazareth (Adama), Dire Dawa,Awassa and Jimma Towns. Duration of Contract: 18.00Month(s) Contract Signature Date: 05-Feb-2015 Evaluation Currency: CNY-Chinese Yuan Awarded Bidder(s): Name: China Electric Power Equipment and Technology Co.Ltd Address: Du Cheng Building,No.8,Nanheng East Street,Xicheng District,Beijing 100052, Tel: 86-10-63412099, E-mail: lq81120_ccc@163.com Country: China Bid Price at Opening:CNY 148,939,318.29ETB 17,175,849.13 Evaluated Bid Price: CNY183,806,417.26 Contract Price: CNY183,806,417.26 Rejected Bidder(s): Name: Overseas Infrastructure Alliance Pvt (India)- JV with Jiangxi Huichang Power Equipment Company Ltd (China) Address: Overseas Infrastructure Alliance Pvt (India)- JV with Jiangxi Huichang Power Equipment Company Ltd (China)1205,Surya Kiran Bld Country: India Bid Price at Opening:ETB 256,837,439.97USD 19,725,106.93 Reason for Rejection: Does not meet Eligibility Requirements Rejected Bidder(s): Name: Hebei First Electric Power Construction Engineering Company Address: Hebei First Electric Power Construction Engineering CompanyNo.107 Tabei Road, Shijiazhuang City, Hebei ProvinceEmail: hyygs86@163.co Country: China Bid Price at Opening:ETB 27,182,303.54USD 21,483,827.74 Reason for Rejection: Does not meet Eligibility Requirements Rejected Bidder(s): Name: Kalpataru Power Transmission Ltd. Address: Kalpataru Power Transmission Ltd.101,Part III,GIDC ESTATE,SECTOR-28,GANDHINGAR-382 028Tel:+919004897347e-mail:kptladdis@ Country: India Bid Price at Opening:ETB 186,900,315.70USD 30,112,114.63 Reason for Rejection: Does not meet Eligibility Requirements Rejected Bidder(s): Name: ELTEL NetworksTE AB Address: ELTEL NetworksTE ABAdolfbergsvagen 13,P.O.box 12623,SE-112 92Stockholm, Sweden Country: Sweden Bid Price at Opening:ETB 246,402,060.00USD 56,393,217.00 Reason for Rejection: Does not meet Eligibility Requirements

Consultancy Firm for Development and Installation of Management Information System

United Nations Development Programme | Published October 15, 2014  -  Deadline November 3, 2014
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To realize the vision of Ethiopia’s Growth and Transformation Plan, and the role that a growing and dynamic private sector can play in its achievement, the Ministry of Urban Development and Construction and the Federal Micro and Small Enterprises Development Agency (FEMSEDA), in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Ethiopia, launched the Entrepreneurship Development Programme (EDP) in February 2013. The goal of the EDP is to foster the emergence of a robust and competitive private sector through the development of the micro and small enterprise (MSE) sector. EDP established the Entrepreneurship Development Centre (EDC), a semi-autonomous organization, to spearhead the implementation of innovative entrepreneurship skills training and customized business development services to new and existing MSEs in the country. EDC is seeking the service of a qualified consultancy firm to create an IT system to track the progress of the EDC under the EDP framework. The EDP framework is composed of four measureable project outputs which include (i) institution capacity building; (ii) development of entrepreneurship knowledge and skills through training sessions; (iii) establishment of new SMEs and enhancement of existing ones; and (iv) developing greater awareness and policy dialogues about MSEs. Each of the four project outputs have specific indicators and targets to measure the progress of the EDP.

EOI - Ethiopia - Design, Manufacture, Supply, Transportation, Installation and Commissioning of up to Four Sets of Geothermal Single Flow Back Pressure Units - Corbetti Geothermal Power Project - AREF - 02 2015

 | Published February 10, 2015
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SPN – Corbetti Geothermal Power Project Page 1 of 2 SPECIFIC PROCUREMENT NOTICE Africa Renewable Energy Fund Corbetti Geothermal Power Project, Ethiopia 1. Berkeley Energy (http://www.berkeley-energy.com) is a renewable energy investment manager that invests in Asian and African emerging markets. Berkeley Energy currently manages the Africa Renewable Energy Fund (AREF). AREF is a USD $200m fund (final close in Q1 2015) cornerstoned by the African Development Bank (AfDB) to invest into development stage renewable energy projects in Sub-Saharan African markets, excluding South Africa. A General Procurement Notice for AREF was published on 30th September 2014. 2. AREF has invested a majority stake into Corbetti Geothermal Plc (CGP), together with the other shareholders, Iceland Drilling and Reykjavik Geothermal. CGP is initially developing a 20MW geothermal power plant using backpressure turbine technology. The required permits are in place including an approved ESIA, and civil works (access roads and well pads) have been designed and procured, with construction due to commence in March 2015. CGP has a team based in Addis which includes a project director, deputy director and construction manager. 3. Drilling contractor mobilisation is expected to start in March 2015, with the mobilisation of two rigs to drill an initial 5 wells, one rig will drill down to 300m and the other to drill to around 2,500m. The drilling has been planned following the conclusion of several years of detailed surveys and extensive surface studies. 4. This Specific Procurement Notice (SPN) is in relation to services to be provided under the EPC package (FIDIC “Silver” Book Form of Contract) for power generation of the first phase, which includes the provision of the complete design, manufacture, supply, transportation, installation and commissioning of up to four (4) sets of geothermal single flow back pressure units including mist separators, civil works and all other associated works and spare parts, which will be detailed in the Tender Documents Specifications, Drawings and Employers Requirements. 5. The first stage of Corbetti is expected to consist of four mobile (4) back pressure units with a planned net output of up to 20 MW, located on two to three well pads. 6. The second stage, not part of this SPN, will consist of a 50 MW condensing unit. It is the intention of CGP to build out subsequent phases of 50MW (or larger) condensing unit plants, subject to confirmation of the resource estimate through drilling which, based on the existing surface studies, is estimated to be at least 500MW. 7. The Site is located in the Southern Lake district in Ethiopia (Oromia region), approximately 250 km south of the capital Addis Ababa. The elevation inside the Corbetti caldera is between 1,750 to 2,100 meters above sea level. 8. AREF, on behalf of CGP, invites suitably experienced Contracting Firms to indicate their interest in providing the above services and being invited to tender, and to be included on the electronic issue of the Tender Documents when they are made available. The tender is intended to be run as a restricted tender and, where reasonably practicable, in accordance with the European Investment Bank Procurement Guidelines. 9. Interested eligible Contracting Firms, or associations of up to two Contracting Firms, are requested to provide tender specific information, in the form of a company-headed letter on no more than five A4 pages, SPN – Corbetti Geothermal Power Project Page 2 of 2 outlining their qualifications and experience demonstrating their ability to provide the above services (information to be provided should include; references for similar projects delivered, summary experience in delivering comparable sized geothermal power projects, summary of qualified staff, a list of projects completed in the last 3 years and general company financial information). This should be submitted by email in pdf form to the address below. 10. Please note that interest expressed by a Contracting Firm does not imply any obligation on the part of AREF to include it in the shortlist, or to continue with the tender as outlined within this SPN. A non- response indicates that your Expression of Interest has not been successful. 11. The tender stage of procurement is expected to commence in March 2015, with a 10 week tender period which will be concluded in May 2015. The successful bidder will be notified July 2015 and the expected date of contract award is August 2015, with the anticipated time for completion of construction and commercial operation being 12-15 months. These timings are subject to change. 12. Interested Contracting Firms may submit queries and request further information to the email address below, however it is pointed out that limited information will be available for disclosure under the tender launch date or until Non-Disclosure Agreements are entered into. A brief summary project information memorandum (PIM) will be made available electronically during February, and will be made available to interested Firms. 13. Expressions of interest must be received at the email address below no later than Friday 27th February 2015, 15:00 East Africa Time and specifically referencing “Corbetti Geothermal 20MW EPC”. 14. This SPN is an updated version from that previously issued on 24th December 2014. Mr. Richard Scott rscott@berkeley-energy.com +254 700 470 449. Berkeley Energy, 4th Floor, Cavendish Building, 14 Riverside Nairobi, Kenya

Consultancy Service for Development of Entrepreneurship Development Center (EDC’s) Three Years’ Strategic Plan

United Nations Development Programme | Published June 9, 2015  -  Deadline June 25, 2015
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To realize the vision of Ethiopia’s Growth and Transformation Plan, and the role that a growing and dynamic private sector can play in its achievement, the Ministry of Urban Development and Construction and the Federal Micro and Small Enterprises Development Agency (FEMSEDA), in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Ethiopia, launched the Entrepreneurship Development Programme (EDP) in February 2013. EDC is seeking the services of a qualified consulting firm to develop a three-year Strategic Plan for EDC under the EDP framework. The EDP framework is composed of four measureable project outputs which include (i) institutional capacity building; (ii) development of entrepreneurship knowledge and skills through training services; (iii) establishment of new SMEs and enhancement of the capacity of existing ones; and (iv) creating greater awareness and fostering policy dialogues about MSEs among key stakeholders and donor agencies. The selected consulting firm will work with EDC staff and UNDP to develop a three years Strategic plan for EDC, to enhance effective programme implementation, increase the level of awareness of the EDP among strategic partners and stakeholders, including SMEs, to promote and attract technical support and mobilize resources, and especially recommend strategic options for scaling up and ensuring sustainability. The consultant needs to analyze the existing data and draft the Strategic Plan in line with EDC mandates and the different programme components to develop the appropriate strategy and ensuring sustainability of EDC. The consultant will engage with department level managers, the gender manager and representatives from Centers of Excellence and regional coordinators to understand binding constraints impeding the development of entrepreneurship and business creation, including constraints and challenges that affect women entrepreneurs by taking sample of SMEs that have received BDS services.

National Consultancy Firm for Data Collection, Organizing and Verification

United Nations Development Programme | Published March 5, 2015  -  Deadline March 24, 2015
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To realize the vision of Ethiopia’s Growth and Transformation Plan, and the role that a growing and dynamic private sector can play in its achievement, the Ministry of Urban Development and Construction and the Federal Micro and Small Enterprises Development Agency (FEMSEDA), in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Ethiopia, launched the Entrepreneurship Development Programme (EDP) in February 2013. The goal of the EDP is to foster the emergence of a robust and competitive private sector through the development of the micro and small enterprise (MSE) sector.  EDP established the Entrepreneurship Development Centre (EDC), a semi-autonomous organization, to spearhead the implementation of innovative entrepreneurship skills training and customized business development services to new and existing MSEs in the country. EDC is seeking the service of a qualified consultancy firm to collect, organize and verify data which can be used as input for Management Information System/ MIS of the progress of the EDC under the EDP framework. It should be clear that currently, MIS is under development by another consultancy firm. The EDP framework is composed of four measureable project outputs, which include (i) institutional capacity building; (ii) development of entrepreneurship knowledge and skills through training sessions; (iii) establishment of new SMEs and enhancement of existing ones; and (iv) developing greater awareness and policy dialogues about MSEs.  Each of the four project outputs have specific indicators and targets to measure the progress of the EDP. The  selected consultant is to develop a mechanism/ system  that is compatible  with the management information system (MIS) to be developed by another consultant, for the collection, collation and verification of all data/ information (existing and future) on EDP beneficiaries/EDC clients  disaggregated by gender and age. This will include data structuring, modeling, coding removing, syntactical errors, and test data integration with the MIS database The system / mechanism should be able to capture discrepancies identified in data collected, indicating valid and invalid data. Since MIS is under development by another consultancy firm, the consultant should ensure that the data captured can be used as an input for the MIS. The system must help to facilitate the day-to-day activities of EDC and ensure quality service delivery while meeting the goals and target set under the EDP.

Renovation of Phase II of the United Nations Conference Centre Weather /Waterproofing

United Nations Secretariat | Published October 22, 2014  -  Deadline November 24, 2014
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The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia hereby seeks interested and highly qualified local and international firms for the provision of Roof Renovation services for Phase 2 of the United Nations Conference Centre. 1. The UNECA intends to engage a contractor for the Phase II of the Roof Renovation of the Weather Proofing of the Existing UNCC Building Located at the UNECA Premise in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 2. UNECA invites EOI responses for Phase II Roof Renovation of the Existing UNCC Building Located at the UNECA Premise in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The Works will include, but not limited to the following: • Demolition of the existing roof weather proofing materials (more than 6,500m2) • Repairing gutter drainage system • Installation of new roof weather proofing system using polymeric membranes (more than 6,500m2) • Miscellaneous works in connection with the renovation works. 3. The eligible International Contractor must demonstrate that it: • Has proven expertise in installing weather proofing systems using Mapeplan polymeric membranes including employing trained operatives for such works. • Has undertken in the last 5 years works of similar nature and magnitude. 4. Tendering will be conducted through international competitive procedures specified by UNECA. 5. Firms will provide construction services to the successful conclusion and warranty period of the deliverable. Interested firms will be invited to the tender by a “Request for Proposal” (RFP) at a later stage. This tender envisages selection of a single or more firm/s for the work of Phase II of the Roof Renovation of the Weather proofing of the existing United Nations Conference Building located at the UNECA Premise. Please note that the UNECA is precluded from entering into contract with a firm that is not fully registered with UNECA. Those interested in responding to this invitation but not currently fully registered as vendors with UNECA, are encouraged to register before submission of the EOI in the United Nations Global Market Place (UNGM). Further details may be obtained by visiting https://www.ungm.org/Vendor/Registration. In order to be eligible for UN Registration, please make sure to declare in writing the Prerequisite for Eligibility criteria itemized from A-E as contained in EOI instruction attached. Those interested should write to the above-mentioned e-mail address or fax number to submit their “expression of interest” by the deadline of 24 November 2014.

ET Competitiveness and Job Creation Proj - P143302

 | Published April 15, 2015
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Contract No.: Moi/cjc/cf-03/2007 (lump-based) - Phase I: Detailed Design And Tender Document Preparation Of Bole-lemi Phase Ii And Kilinto Industrial Parks. Duration: 6 (six) Calendar Months. Consultant - Contract Awarded by Quality- and Cost-Based Selection (QCBS)  RFP No.: CJC/C-23/06 Name of Project: "Competitiveness & Job Creation Project ",            Ministry of Industry- Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia. Credit No: IDA 54510-ET                                                                                                                                     Project Code:  P143302 Contract Description: Contract No.: MOI/CJC/CF-03/2007 (Lump-Based) - Phase I: Detailed Design and Tender DocumentPreparation of Bole-Lemi Phase II and Kilinto Industrial Parks. Duration: 6 (Six) Calendar Months.                                                                                                         Contract Signature Date: 1 April2015 ContractDescription:Contract No.: MOI/CJC/CF-03/2007 (Time-Based) -Phase II: Construction Supervision and Contract Administration of Bole-Lemi II andKilinto Industrial Parks. Duration: 36 (Thirty Six) Calendar Months.                                                                                                         Contract SignatureDate: 1 April2015 Evaluation Currency: Value of one currencyunit in the common currency used forevaluation purposes (US Dollar 1 = ETB 20.1850and EURO 1 = ETB 25.1424; Source: National Bank of Ethiopia dated 13 November2014). Awarded Consultant Name &Address* of Awarded Consultant Quality & CostPoints ProposalPrice atProposal Opening EvaluatedProposal Price (in Currency) ContractPrice (in Currency) DOHWA Engineering Co. Ltd., Seoul - KOREA in JointVenture with Junglim Architecture Co., Ltd., - KOREA; IPE Global Private Limited - INDIA andMetaferia Consulting Engineers -ETHIOPIA. 85.89 USD 3,211,820.00 ETB 43,869,300.00 USD  3,399,320.00 ETB 43,521,550.00 USD  3,725,711.20 ETB 63,068,388.00 Evaluated Consultant(s) Name &Address* of Evaluated Consultants Quality & CostPoints ProposalPrice atProposal Opening EvaluatedProposal Price (in Currency) ESHET Engineering Ltd., Tel-Aviv, ISRAEL inSub-Contractors with Uzi Gordon Ltd, - ISRAEL;  Barak Engineering Ltd., - ISRAEL; Eddie Maymon Engineering Ltd., - ISRAEL; A. Pinkas & Son Ltd., - ISRAEL; B. PellegArchitects and Town Planners (1997) Ltd., - ISRAEL and TEDEM Civil Engineering Ltd. - ISRAEL. 80.62 USD 19,579,310.00 ETB 60,909,000.00 USD 20,871,600.00 ETB 59,008,400.00 RENARDET Consulting Engineers, Geneva, SWITZERLAND inJoint Venture with RECCHI Engineering Srl, Torino - ITALY; PROGER S.p.a.-ITALY and SYSTEMATICA S.r.l.,-ITALY. 83.15 EURO 4,074,933.47 ETB  35,312,285.00 EURO 3,923,699.44 ETB  26,728,210.00 ONE WORKS SpA Milano, ITALY in Joint Venture withSEMAC Consultants - INDIA; CHSS Consultant - UAE;  SAY Consult PLC - ETHIOIA; and ACUTE Engineering PLC - ETHIOPIA. 81.79 USD 13,902,270.00 USD 13,902,270.00 AECOM Consulting Service AECOM Consulting Service,Virginia - USA in Sub-Consultant with ZIAS Design International PLC - ETHIOPIA. 71.78 USD 11,970,327.90 USD 12,504,489.55 Rejected Consultant(s) Name ofRejected Consultant (s) Quality & CostPoints ProposalPrice atProposal Opening EvaluatedProposal   Price (in Currency) Reason(s)for Rejection No Consulting Firm Rejected. ================ ================= ============== ===================

To conduct impact evaluation on the effectiveness of Alternative Basic Education in Ethiopia

United Nations Children's Fund | Published March 25, 2016
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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS- (RFP-ETH-2016-9124389)

Open for International firm only

 

To conduct impact evaluation on the effectiveness of Alternative Basic Education in Ethiopia

Duration: 12 weeks.

Background: Alternative Basic Education is a non-formal educational modality that offers the first cycle of primary in a flexible manner. Designed to attract some of the 4.8 million primary school aged children that were out of school in 2002, the programme is offered in two forms: 1) for children at the right age; and 2) for overage students in a condensed three year programme (ages 11-14). The timetable for instruction is arranged with the local communities to ensure it is flexible to their livelihood duties (e.g. pastoral children tending to livestock), the curriculum is adapted to their lifestyle, classes operate six days a week and there are three hours of instruction per day.

Since 2008, UNICEF has supported this government initiative for pastoral communities through the construction of 1,678 ABE centres for more than 270,000 children, training for approximately 5,000 ABE facilitators, and the provision of teaching and learning materials. Over the years, the government subsequently raised the standard of these alternative schools to meet that of regular primary schools. As a result, many of the schools have now been formalized or will be formalized in the future.

The purpose of the assignment:  To determine the impact, effectiveness, efficiency, relevance and sustainability of Alternative Basic Education

Expected background and Experience of the firm/company: Minimum of five years of demonstrated experience in conducting similar assignments / surveys for international agencies, preferably as related to non-formal education and measuring learning outcomes.

More details of the requirements for this bid can be found in the RFP.

Interested and eligible bidders from International firms are invited to collect the complete tender documents by sending an email to Mr. Sebastian Muzuma (smuzuma@unicef.org) or Mr. Deresse Damte (ddamte@unicef.org) Starting on Friday, 25- Mar -2016. Proposals are to be submitted to UNICEF Ethiopia Office on or before 10.00 am (East African Time) 14- Apr- 2016 (Thursday). Please quote the RFP no. 9124389 in all your correspondences. Due to the nature of the bid, there will be no bid public opening for this offer. UNICEF reserves the right to accept or reject part or all of any or all bids. ADDRESS:  UNICEF Ethiopia, UNECA Compound, NOF Building, 2nd floor Supply Section,  Attn. Mr. Sebastian Muzuma / Deresse Damte, P.O.BOX 1169, TEL: +251-11 518 4233 / 4167, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

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