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Construction of houses and social infrastructure at Golden Exotics Limited

Finansministeriet, EUF's nationale anvisningsberettigede | Published June 14, 2016
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Construction of houses and social infrastructure at Golden Exotics Limited

Construction of houses and social infrastructure at Golden Exotics Limited

Finansministeriet, EUF's nationale anvisningsberettigede | Published June 17, 2016
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Construction of houses and social infrastructure at Golden Exotics Limited

EOI – Ghana - Consulting services for the supervision of the construction of Pokuase interchange and local roads - AUTP

 | Published March 15, 2017
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EOI – Ghana - Consulting services for the supervision of the construction of Pokuase interchange and local roads - AUTP

Construction of houses and social infrastructure at Golden Exotics Limited

Finansministeriet, EUF's nationale anvisningsberettigede | Published September 11, 2015  -  Deadline December 11, 2015
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Construction of houses and social infrastructure at Golden Exotics Limited

DCI — Construction of houses and social infrastructure at Golden Exotic Limited

Finansministeriet i Ghana, den nationale anvisningsberettigede | Published March 3, 2015
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DCI — Construction of houses and social infrastructure at Golden Exotic Limited

Construction of the Midwifery training Centre in Keta, Volta Region

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published June 25, 2015  -  Deadline July 15, 2015
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the technical assistance to the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MOTI) for the provision of expertise for the preparation of detailed technical specifications and tender documents as well as supervision of the construction works and other related tasks

Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning | Published December 11, 2012
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the technical assistance to the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MOTI) for the provision of expertise for the preparation of detailed technical specifications and tender documents as well as supervision of the construction works and other related tasks

Consulting / Planning, Road construction

Afrikan. Entwicklungsbank, -fonds (BAD/FAD/NTF) | Published May 30, 2017  -  Deadline June 20, 2022
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SPN – Ghana - Council for technical and vocational education and training (cotvet) procurement of works by – 06 2015

 | Published June 29, 2015
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SPECIFIC PROCUREMENT NOTICE (SPN) REPUBLIC OF GHANA COUNCIL FOR TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (COTVET) PROCUREMENT OF WORKS BY Date: 26thJune, 2015 Loan/Financing No: 2100150027046 IFB No: COTVET/DSIP/ICB/WKS/2015 1. This Invitation for Bids (IFB) follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN) for this project which appeared in United NationsDevelopment Business (UNDB online) No.AfDB 230-07/12 of 24th July 2012 and on the African Development Bank’s Internet Website (www.afdb.org). 2. THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF GHANA has received a Loan from the African Development Fund (ADF) in various currencies towards the cost of the Development of Skills for Industry Project (DSIP). It is intended that part of the proceeds of this Loan will be applied to eligible payments under Contracts for the Construction of 4-Storey Head Office Building for the Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (COTVET), Greater Accra Region and Construction of Various Institutional Facilities for 10 Technical Institutes, 2 Polytechnics and College of Technology (COLTEK). 3. The COUNCIL FOR TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (COTVET) now invites sealed Bids from eligible Bidders for the construction and completion for the works as indicated in the table below: LOT No. DESCRIPTION OF WORKS BID SECURITY US$ 1 Construction of 4-Storey Head Office Building for COTVET, Greater Accra Region 95,000.00 2 Construction of Various Institutional Facilities for the Accra Polytechnic, Greater Accra Region 120,000.00 3 Construction of Various Institutional Facilities for the Amankwakrom and Akwatia Technical Institutes, Eastern Region 195,000.00 4 Construction of Various Institutional Facilities for the Ada Technical Institute, Greater Accra Region and Kpando Technical Institute, Volta Region 220,000.00 5 Construction of Various Institutional Facilities for the Takoradi Polytechnic, Western Region and Asuansi Technical Institute, Central Region 210,000.00 6 Construction of Various Institutional Facilities for the Kumasi College of Technology and Krobea Asante Technical Institute in Ashanti Region 215,000.00 7 Construction of Various Institutional Facilities for the Dabokpa Technical Institute, Northern Region and Nkoranza Technical Institute, Brong Ahafo Region 220,000.00 8 Construction of Various Institutional Facilities for the Bolgatanga Technical Institute, Upper East Region and Wa Technical Institute, Upper West Region 190,000.00 (hereinafter called “the Works”). International Competitive Bidding will be conducted in accordance with the Bank’s Rules of Procedure for procurement of Goods and Works and is opened to all bidders from eligible source countries as determined by the Bank. Bidders are to note that, a bidder cannot be awarded more than two lots. Bidders who purchase more than two lots should indicate their order of preference. 4. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from and inspect the bidding documents at the office of: The Project Co-ordinator/Head Project Support Unit Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (COTVET) P. O. Box M651 Ministries – Accra Attn: The Head of Procurement Location: H/№ 2, 2nd Nii Kokonya Road East Legon (Near American House) Accra, Ghana Tel: +233 202052203, +233 209990179, +233 209990166, +233 209977890 Email: procureworks@cotvet.org 5. A complete set of Bidding documents may be purchased by interested bidders upon the submission of a written application to the Project Support Unit of the Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training and upon payment of a non-refundable fee of Three Hundred United States Dollars (US$300.00) or equivalent amount in a freely convertible currency. The method of payment shall be cash. 6. The provisions in the Instructions to Bidders and in the General Conditions are those of the Bank’s Standard Bidding Document for Procurement of Works, Smaller Contracts. 7. Bids must be delivered to the above office on or before 10.00 a.m. on 12thAugust, 2015 and must be accompanied by a bid security indicated in paragraph 3 above. 8. Bids shall be valid for a period of 120 days after deadline for bid submission prescribed above. 9. Bids will be opened in the presence of bidders or their representatives who choose to attend at 10.00 a.m. on 12thAugust, 2015 at the: Conference Room The Project Support Unit Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (COTVET) P. O. Box M651 Ministries - Accra Location: H/№ 2, 2nd Nii Kokonya Road East Legon (Near American House) Accra, Ghana Geo Location: 5.646625, -0.155307

Consulting, project planning and coordination (expressway construction)

Afrikan. Entwicklungsbank, -fonds (BAD/FAD/NTF) | Published May 30, 2017  -  Deadline June 20, 2022
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Feasibility studies / planning, highway construction Abidjan-Lagos

Afrikan. Entwicklungsbank, -fonds (BAD/FAD/NTF) | Published May 12, 2017  -  Deadline May 20, 2031
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3A-1st Ph. Inter-Zonal Transm. (FY11) - P094919

Ghana Grid Company Ltd/ WAPP Projects Department | Published March 9, 2015  -  Deadline May 8, 2015
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Construction Of 330/225kv Switchyard At Bolgatanga Ii Substation SPECIFIC PROCUREMENTNOTICE REPUBLIC OF GHANA GHANA GRID COMPANY LTD Phase1 - Inter-zonal Transmission Hub Project, WAPP APL3Program 225 kV Bolgatanga (Ghana) ?Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso) Interconnection Project Invitation for Bids: International Competitive Bidding CONTRACT: Construction of 330/225kV Switchyard at Bolgatanga IISubstation Date of Issue of Bidding Document: March 16, 2015 Credit No.:                                                      IDA CR 4971 GH AFDCGH 1109 01H IFB No:                                                           P-2/2015 Reference No.:                                                ICB/P-2 1.        The Ghana Grid Company Limited (GRIDCo)has received financing from the International Development Association (IDA)and Agence Française de Développement (AFD) towards the cost of the 225kVBolgatanga (Ghana) ? Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso) Interconnection Project, apart of Phase I of the WAPP Inter-zonal Transmission Hub Project. It is intended that part of the proceeds of this loan will beapplied to eligible paymentsunder the contract for the construction of the330/225kV Switchyard at Bolgatanga II Substation. 2.        The Ghana Grid Company Limited (GRIDCo)now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the construction andcompletion of 330/225kV Switchyard at Bolgatanga IISubstation ("the Facilities"). The international competitive bidding will beconducted in accordance with the Bank's"Single-Stage" Bidding Procedurefor Procurement of Plant - Design, Supply and Install (SBD-Plant),April 2008, revised August 2010. The works underthis contract involve the design, supply, installation, testing and commissioningof the followingfacilities: -       The 330/225kVswitchyardwill be a new builtextension to the proposed 330/161kV Bolgatanga II substation,to be located near Navrongo in the Upper East region of Ghana. TheBolgatanga II substation will be an outdoor air insulated substation (AIS) 330/161/34,5kV. The 161kV switchyard is configured as abreaker-and-a-half layout and comprises three outgoing line bays, two autotransformer bays and four capacitor bank bays as well asinstallation of 2No.330/225kV 200 MVA autotransformers and 1No. 225kV 10 Mvar line shunt reactor to be procured separately. Required completion time is eighteen (18)months. Nomargin of preference will apply. 3.        Bidders may obtain further informationfrom and inspect the bidding documents at the office of Ghana Grid Company (GRIDCo) each working day from 09:00 to 15:00 GMT at theaddress below: Project Director, WAPP Projects Department, (Akuse) Ghana Grid Company Limited (GRIDCo) P.O. Box CS7979 Tema - Ghana Phone No.: +233 (0)3033 18796 Fax No.:     +233 (0)3430 21290 Email: pcboip02@gridcogh.com; francis.kyere@gridcogh.com 4.        A complete set of bidding documents maybe purchased by interested bidders on the submission of a written application to the above and upon payment of a non-refundable feeof GHS 1080 orUSD 300 (Three Hundred  US Dollars) equivalent by hand, or GHS 1620 or USD 450 (Four Hundred and Fifty USDollars) equivalent including courier charges. The method of payment will be cash or certified check in the name of Ghana GridCompany Limited. Payment by direct deposit into the GRIDCo's account shall be upon request to the Employer at the addressbelow: Director, Finance Department Ghana Grid Company Limited(GRIDCo) P.O. Box CS 7979 Tema - Ghana Phone Nos.: +233-303-318708 Fax No.:     +233-303-318724,+233-303-308892, Email:      gridcoprocurement@gridcogh.com copy to:    pcboip02@gridcogh.com 5.         Bids must be delivered to the office below on or before 12:00 GMTon May 08, 2015 and mustbe accompanied by a security in the amount of USD300,000.00 (three hundredthousand US Dollar) and naming Ghana Grid Company Limited as the Beneficiary. Submission of the bidat: The Chief Executive Ghana Grid CompanyLimited (GRIDCo) P.O. Box CS 7979, Tema -Ghana In the case of submission of a bid on duedate and by hand,the address is: GRIDCo Procurement Warehouse (located about 5 km off the Tema-Aflao highway) Conference Room, Tema, Ghana 6.        Bids will be opened in the presence ofbidders' representatives who choose to attend at 12:00GMT on May 08, 2015 at the GRIDCo Procurement Warehouse, Conference Room, Tema, Ghana (located about 5 km off the Tema-Aflao highway).

GH-Transport Project SIL (FY09) - P102000

Department of Urban Roads | Published June 22, 2016  -  Deadline July 6, 2016
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Consulting Services For Assessment Study, Support In Procurement Of Civil Works Contract And Monitoring Supervision Services For The Construction/rehabilitation Of Selected Roads In Low Income Communities In Northern And Upper East Regions For Oprc GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF GHANA MINISTRY OF ROADS AND HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT OF URBAN ROADS REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ? FIRMSELECTION) COUNTRY:GHANA NAME OF PROJECT:TRANSPORT SECTOR PROJECT (TSP) Credit No.:4600-GH AssignmentTitle: Consulting Services for AssessmentStudy, Support in Procurement of Civil Works Contract and Monitoring Supervision Services for the Construction/Rehabilitation ofSelected Roads in Low Income Communities in Northern and Upper East Regions for an Output and Performance Based Road Contract(OPRC) under Design, Build and Transfer (DBT) Methodology Reference No. (as per Procurement Plan):DUR/IDA/TSP/S/04/2016 The Government of the Republic of Ghana has received a credit under the Transport Sector Project from the InternationalDevelopment Association (IDA) to improve mobility ofgoods and passengers through reduction of travel time and vehicle operating costs and to improve road safety standards.The Clientintends to apply part of the proceeds for the Phases 1 and 2 of the above consulting services. Theprimary objective of the assignment is to prepare basic conceptual designs and bid documents for the improvement of about 18km ofselected roads in low income communities inTamale Metropolis (11km) and Bolgatanga Municipality (7km) and to assist the Clientduring the works procurement process. There must be emphasis on the needs faced by all road users (related to age, incomeandgender) and the consequent travel strategies adopted by them to fulfil their needs. There must also be emphasis on the needs ofinterventions to enhance the safety of all road users and accessibility to economic centres. The services shall include, amongothers, the following: Phase1: Review of selectedroads within urban road networks to determine consistency of approach to improve selected roadsCollection ofexisting pavement characteristicsand condition.Engineering andgeotechnical studies.Traffic counts,vehicle categories, overloadingand future growthIdentification of allroad users along project roads and incorporate in concept design.Conceptual design:Options and Cost Benefit Analysis, Road Structure design, Technical viable options, Cost benefit analysis.Environmental, socialand other screeningPrepare biddingdocuments Phase 2: Assist with procurementactivities Phase 3: Potential downstream assignment for the monitoring Supervision of the construction The expected duration of the assignment (Phases 1, 2and 3) is about threeyears from commencement. More details on the services are provided inthe Terms ofReference. The Ministry of Roads and Highways represented by theDepartment of Urban Roads now invite eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicatetheir interest in providing the Services.Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experienceto perform the Services. Consultantsmay associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhancetheir qualifications. The primary shortlisting criteria are (i) experiencewith the development and implementation of performance-based contracts that include new construction, rehabilitation andmaintenance services; (ii) experience with road condition assessments from collecting the actual information and data, undertakingthe assessments and providing options to be considered for potential implementation, (iii) experience in the supervision of roadprojects. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the procedures set out in theWorld Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World BankBorrowers (January 2011 and revised in July2014). The attention of interested Consultants is drawn toparagraph 1.9 of the sameGuidelines, setting forth the WorldBank's policy on conflict of interest. Interested firms must organize their Expression ofInterest in the following order: Chapter 1; i) Company Profile, ii) Legal Status (Certificateof Incorporation), iii) Letter ofintent of Association, if necessary, iv) organizational chart, a list of Board of Directors, and beneficial ownership. Chapter 2; i) Experience of atleast two (2) assignments each with a scope and nature similar to what is stated above during the last 10 years, ii) A summary ofsimilar assignments undertaken as a lead partner, iii) A summary of assignments undertaken in the project country (Ghana) and inSub Saharan Africa, giving the client name and the year in which the assignment was carried out, and Chapter 3; i) Experience indonor funded projects. The document must properly be paged, and a table of content provided. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality- and Cost-Based Selection methodset out in the ConsultantGuidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below duringoffice hours i.e. 08h30 to 17h00 hours. Expressions of interest dossier must be delivered (Signed originalplus two hard copies and a pdf-electronic copy) to the address below (in person, or by mail, or byfax, or by e-mail) bythe 6th July, 2016. TheDirector, Department of Urban Roads, 1stUrban Close, Ministries, Room302, 2nd Floor P.O.Box PMB Ministries, Accra, Ghana Attention: Ing. Abass M. Awolu Tel: +233-302-685682 Fax: +233-302-685683 E-mail: abassdur@yahoo.com For Enquires Contact: John Akwasi Nuamah, Deputy Director (Planning and Development), Department of Urban Roads, Tel : +233-302-685682. E-mail : nuamahjohn@yahoo.com

GH-Urban Water SIL (FY05) - P056256

Ghana Water Company Ltd | Published January 15, 2015  -  Deadline February 20, 2015
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Subsequent Year Investment Programme (syip) In Upper East Region: Covering Works On The Navrongo Water Supply System SPECIFIC PROCUREMENT NOTICE GHANA Urban Water Project (UWP) (Grant No: H766-GH) SUBSEQUENT YEAR INVESTMENTPROGRAMME (SYIP) IN UPPER EASTREGION: Covering Works on the Navrongo Water Supply System (ICB No.: UPPER EAST UWP-SYIP-6b) INTERNATIONALCOMPETITIVE BIDDING This invitation for bids follows thegeneral procurement notice for this projectthat appeared in Development Business No. 605 of April 30,2003. The Government of the Republic of Ghana has received acredit from the International Development Association (IDA) toward the cost of the Ghana Urban Water Project, and it intends toapply part of the proceeds of this credit to payments under the contract for the Subsequent Year Investment Programme in the UPPER EAST REGION Covering Works on the Navrongo Water Supply Systems, ICB No.: UPPER EASTUWP-SYIP-6b. The Ghana Water Company Ltd (GWCL) now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for procurement of Civiland Electro- Mechanical Works for the Rehabilitation and Expansion of the Navrongo WaterSupply system in the Upper East Region ofGhana. The works include: ·           Supply & laying of at least 50km of HDPE pipes and accessories in diameters ranging from OD63mm to OD400mm for raw andtreated water transmission pipelines, borehole collector and water distribution networks. ·           Supply and installation of two (2) sets of chemical dozing equipment and facilities for disinfection and pHcorrection. ·           Supply and installation of one (1) elevated steel water tank of capacity 400m3 ·           Construction of reinforced concrete foundation for the elevated steel water tank ·           Construction of one (1) 60m3 ground level suction tank ·           Supply and installation of four (4) high lift horizontal pumps with minimum discharge of50m3/hr. ·           Mechanization of at least twenty (20) boreholes with discharge in the range7-25m3/hr. ·           Extension of approximately 10km of electricity transmission line (HT & 3-phase) including installation of five (5)pole-mounted transformers (50kVA and 100kVA) ·           Constructionof Remote Motor Control Centre (RMCC) for operation of a cluster of boreholes. ·           Construction of 50 standpipes and 400 consumer house connections. The construction period is nine (9) months from thedate of contract signature. Bidding will be conducted through the international competitive bidding procedures specified in theWorld Bank's Guidelines: Procurement of Goods, Works and Non-Consulting Services under IBRDLoans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers, dated Jan 2011, revised July 2014, and is open to bidders from allcountries as defined in the guidelines. In addition, please refer toparagraphs 1.6 and1.7 setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Interested eligible biddersmay obtain further information from and inspect the bidding documents at the ProjectManagement Unit of the GWCL at the address(A) below from 8.00am to 5.00pm Monday to Friday. A complete set of bidding documents in English may be purchased by interestedbidders on the submission of a written application to the address (A) below and uponpayment of a non - refundable fee of six hundred (600.00) Ghana Cedis or two hundred (200.00) United States Dollars. Themethod of payment will be by direct transfer to account numbers provided below; direct cash payment in the specifiedcurrencies at the address below against receipt, orcashier's cheque. The account numbers are: Dollar Interest Account.   Universal Merchant Bank, Merban House, Accra, Ghana. Account number (USD) 7967/63 Cedi Interest Account.   Universal Merchant Bank, Merban House, Accra, Ghana. Account number (GHC)7968/44 The documents may be collected by hand at the office shown in address (A) below or will be sent by courier at an additional cost of GHS150 for deliveryin Ghana and US$150 for overseas deliveries. Bids must be delivered to the address (B) below by 12.00 noon on20th February. 2015. All bids must be accompanied by a bid security of notless than two hundred andfifty thousand United States Dollars (US$ 250,000) or an equivalent amount in a freely convertiblecurrency. Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be publicly opened in the presence ofbidders' designated representatives and anyone who choose to attend at address (C)below, 12.00 noon i.e. immediately  after the deadline for submission of theBids. Address (A): For information andinspection of Bidding Documents. Project Management Unit, 28th February Road (Near Independence Square) HeadOffice, Accra,Ghana. Telephone: 00233-0302-666-781/7; 00233-026-772 6640 Electronic mail address: wsrs@ghana.com , wsrsghana@yahoo.com Address (B): For Submission ofBids. The Managing Director, Attention: The Project Director, PMU Ghana Water Company Ltd, Head Office, Conference Room, 28th February Road (Near Independence Square) P. O.Box M194, Accra,Ghana. Address (C): For Bid Opening. Ghana Water Company Ltd, Head Office, Conference Room, 28th February Road (Near Independence Square) Accra, Ghana.

Ghana Commercial Agriculture - P114264

Ministry of Food and Agriculture | Published October 14, 2014  -  Deadline October 31, 2014
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Request For Expression Of Interest Fordesign And Supervision Of Rehabilitation Of Tono And Vea Irrigation Schemes THE REPUBLIC OF GHANA Ministry of Food andAgriculture GHANA COMMERCIAL AGRICULTURE PROJECT (PROJECT ID: P114264) Reference No. MOFA/GCAP/QCBS/2014/03 REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OFINTEREST DESIGN AND SUPERVISION OF REHABILITATION OF TONO AND VEAIRRIGATION SCHEMES 1.         The Government of Ghana hasreceived funding from the International Development Association (IDA) and USAID for the implementation of the Ghana CommercialAgriculture Project (GCAP).The Management of GCAPintends to procure the services of a consultant to design and supervise the rehabilitation/modernization of the TONO and VEAIrrigation Schemes. Both projects are located in the Guinea Savannah ecological zone of Ghanaand underthe management of theIrrigation Company of Upper Region (ICOUR). The TONO scheme was established by the Ghana Government to promote the production offood crops by small scalefarmers within organized and managed irrigation schemes. It is located at Tono near Navrongo in the UpperEast region of Ghana. It has a gross area of 3860 ha with a potential irrigable area of 2680 ha of which 2490 ha has beendeveloped. The source of water is theTono River. Construction of the project was started in 1975 and completed in 1985. Some rehabilitation of the gravity scheme was carried out in 2008 by replacing the concrete slabs in the main gravitycanal. The VEA scheme is situated at Vea near Bolgatanga,Upper East Region.Construction started in 1965 and was completed in 1980. The Vea scheme has a potential irrigable area of 1197 ha and theareadeveloped is about 850 ha. . The source of water is the Yarigatanga River. 2. The objective of this Consultancy is to rehabilitate and modernize the Tono and Vea schemes(irrigation and drainage systems) to make them fully operational with improved water conveyance efficiency and improvements intechnical operations and scheme management. 3.       The scope of the services for the two schemes would include (but are not limitedto) the following: (i)    Updating oftopographic and cadastral maps of the command areas and detailed longitudinal and cross section data of all canals anddrains; (ii)    Preparation of designs for rehabilitation/modernization of irrigation and drainage infrastructure includingconstruction drawings, cost estimates, economic and financial analyses, and bidding documents according to World Bank standards andregulations; (iii)   Assisting the client to procure the services of a construction agency following World Bank standards andregulations; (iv)    Supervision of construction of all infrastructure including works; (v)    Assisting the clientto set up Water User Associations (WUAs); and (vi)    Preparation of anOperations and Maintenance Manual together with an effective O&M implementation plan. The consultant is expected to use up-to-date techniques in surveys and designs and provide leastcost solutions to achieve the objective of optimal technical and economic use of the available water in thesystem. The duration ofthe consultancy is approximately 36 months. 4.         The Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MoFA) now invites consulting firms to indicate their interest in providingthe services described above. Interested Consultants shouldprovide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to performthese services.Short listing criteria include the following: (1) Core business and numbers of years in business (annual turn-over in last fiveyears should be at least US$ 3 million equivalent); (2) Technicaland managerial organization of the firm; (3) Availability ofappropriate skills among staff - includingbut not limited to specialists in modern canal instrumentation and operation,irrigation and drainage design, and technical surveyors with experience in modern surveying techniques, (4) Firm's experience in similar assignments (minimum of 15 years ofexperiencein irrigation and drainage infrastructure design, formation of water user associations and/or organizationaldevelopment) ; and (5) Firm's experience inworking in similar conditions/environments (minimum 5 years of experience). 5. The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants byWorld Bank Borrowers, January 2011 edition ("Consultant Guidelines"), outlining the World Bank'spolicies on conflict of interest. 6.         Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a jointventure or a sub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications. 7.        A short list of consulting firms will be compiled immediately following the deadline for submission of EOIs. Request forProposals will be issued to the short-listed firms and a consultant will selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost Based Selection (QCBS)Method procedures set out in the Guidelines: Selection and Employment ofconsultant Under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grant By World Bank Borrowers (January 2011 Edition). 8.         Further information can be obtained at the address below during officehours i.e. 0900 to 1700hours. 9.         Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to theaddress below (in person, or by mail, or by fax, or by e-mail) by 10.00HRS Friday October 31, 2014. The Project Coordinator Ghana Commercial Agriculture Ministry of Food and Agriculture CASHEW Block (around Juvenile Court, Riviera Beach) P. O. Box M.37, Accra,Ghana Tel.: +233-302-666567 Fax: + 233-302-668245 Email: procurement@gcap.org.gh www.mofa.gov.gh orwww.gcap.org.gh

Ghana Commercial Agriculture - P114264

 | Published January 14, 2016
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Consultancy Service To Update The Design And Construction Supervision Of The Rehabilitation Of Kpong Irrigation Project (kis) CONTRACT AWARD PUBLICATION GHANA COMMERCIAL AGRICULTURE PROJECT(GCAP) Contract Name:         CONSULTANCY SERVICE TO UPDATETHE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF THE REHABILITATION OF KPONG IRRIGATION PROJECT (KIS) Identification No: MOFA/GCAP/QCBS/2014/01 a.     The Names ofAll  Consultants in The Shortlist No. Name of Shortlisted Firms Country of Origin Remarks 1 ARAB CONSULTINGENGINEERS (ACE) MOHARRAM-BAKHOUM EGYPT Did not SubmitProposal 2 BRL INGINIERIE+CARDS ENGINEERS + CONSULT MEPA CONSULTING LTD. FRANCE +GHANA SubmitProposal 3 INTERCONTINENTAL CONSULTANTS AND TECHNOCRATS PVT. LTD. + TWUM BOAFO AND PARTNERS (TBP) + RUDANENGINEERING INDIA+ GHANA+ GHANA Did not SubmitProposal 4 CACG + TAIVANICONSULT FRANCE + GHANA SubmitProposal 5 KOREA RURALCOMMUNITY CORPORATION + DONG IL ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS CO. LTD KOREA + KOREA Did not SubmitProposal 6 WAPCOS LIMITED+AGRARTEC SERVICES LIMITED INDIA/GHANA SubmittedProposal 7 SMECINTERNATIONAL NIGERIA/GHANA SubmittedProposal b.     TheOverall Technical Scores and Scores Assigned foreachCriterion and Sub-criterion to each Consultant NAME OF FIRMS EVALUATIONCRITERIA TOTAL SCORE (100%) RANK REMARK (MinimumScore of 75%) General Experience of Firms (Scoreover 10) Adequacy of proposed Methodology and Work plan (Scoreover 30) Key Professional staff qualifications and competence (ScoreOver 55) Participation by nationals among proposed key staff (Score over 5) BRL INGINIERIE+CARDS ENGINEERS + CONSULT MEPA CONSULTINGLTD. 9.20 18.40 50.49 2.16 80.25 2nd PASS INTERCONTINENTAL CONSULTANTS AND TECHNOCRATS PVT. LTD. + TWUM BOAFO AND PARTNERS (TBP) + RUDANENGINEERING 7.00 21.80 41.58 0.47 71.25 5th FAIL CACG + TAIVANICONSULT 6.10 23.40 41.54 2,89 73.93 4th FAIL WAPCOSLIMITED+AGRARTEC SERVICES LIMITED 9.0 23.80 47.39 2.16 82.35 1st PASS SMECINTERNATIONAL 9.30 24.80 42.89 2.16 79.40 3rd PASS c.     The Prices Offered by each Consultant as Read out and as they have been Evaluated No. Name of Firms Proposal Price Taxes Currency Amount 1 WAPCOS LIMITED +AGRARTEC SERVICES LIMITED US$ GH¢ 2,477,775.00 + 1,785,300.00 Exclusive 2 SMEC INTERNATIONAL PTYLTD- NIGERIA US$ GH¢ 2,480,095.00 + 609,092.00 Exclusive 3 BRL INGENIERIE, CARDS CONSULT, MEPA CONSULT LTD Euro GH¢ 3,200,287.50 758,100.00 Exclusive d.    The FinalCombined Scores and the Final Ranking of the Consultant Consultants' names Technical Evaluation Financial Evaluation Combined Evaluation Weighted scores S(t) ´ T Weighted scores S(t) ´ T Weighted scores S(t) ´ T Technical rank Financial scoresc S(f) Scores S(t) T +S(f) F Rank WAPCOS LIMITED+AGRARTEC SERVICES LIMITED 82.35 65.88 1st 88.79 17.76 83.63 1st SMECINTERNATIONAL PTY LTD- NIGERIA 79.40 63.52 3rd 100 20 83.52 2nd BRLINGENIERIE, CARDS CONSULT, MEPA CONSULT LTD 80.25 64.20 2nd 69.89 13.98 78.18 3rd Messrs. WAPCOS Limited+ Agrartec Services Limited, who should have been the recommend bidder had to forfeit because almost all the staffthey presented to undertake the assignment would be engaged at the sametime on the Consultancy Service to Update the Feasibility Studies and Supervise the Completion of the Kpong Left Bank IrrigationProject (KLBIP). Messrs. SMEC International PTYLtd- Nigeria, who ranked second, and thus, should have been recommended for the contractnegotiation and award also had a similar issue as Messrs. WAPCOS Limited + Agrartec ServicesLimited. Almost all the staff they presented to undertake the assignment would be engaged at the same time onConsultancy Service for Designand Supervisionof Rehabilitation of Tono and Vea Irrigation Schemes The3rd ranked consortium of Messrs. BRL Ingenierie, CARDS Consult, MEPA Consult Ltd have been recommended for contract award as follow: Name of BidderAwarded Contract: Messrs. BRL Ingenierie, CARDS Consult, MEPA Consult Ltd Limited Final Contract Price:  ?1,783,495.31 + GH¢211,612.50 (Inclusive of taxes) - Phase 1 ?2,509,725.00(Inclusive of taxes) + GH¢604,200 GHC exclusive of local indirect taxes ? Phase 2 Contract Duration:                   Thirty-Six (36) months (Date of Contract Signing, 31st December 2015) Scope of Contract: The Scope of Works for the assignment are: Phase A (i)         Assess the current status of the Scheme by taking an inventory of theirrigation and drainage infrastructure, farm access/inspection roads, water distribution, control, and measuring structures, ponds,entire distributionand canal system, dam, intake system including control tower/mechanisms, spillway(s) and channel, schememanagement offices management set up, warehousing, repair shops etc. and determine their adequacy or inadequacy for the purpose ofdesigning and introducing modern facilitiesand instrumentation that allow control and accurate measurement of water flowing intothe various sections of the schemefor the purposes of billing and collection of water user fees for sustainable managementof thescheme. (ii)        Review existing socio-economic,agricultural development plan, assessment ofsoil condition,cropping plan. Compile and analyse up to date meteorological and hydraulic dataall for the purpose of determiningthe appropriate croppingpattern/calendar, advising the types and areas to be croppedbased onwater outflow from the Kpong Damirrigation outlet discharge for sustainable operation of the scheme (iii)       Updating of precise topographic and cadastral maps of the commands and detailedlongitudinal and cross section data of all canals and drains in the KIS. Establishment or identifyingexisting permanent benchmarksin the Kpong Dam area, transferof heights to establish additional permanent benchmarks every two (2)kilometresalong the main canal,marking and protecting such benchmarks, and establish additional temporary benchmarks at wherever deemed necessary tofacilitateeffective topographic survey of all the available suitableland for development into farm plots. Topographic maps shall have contourintervals of 0.25 m (250 mm). (iv)       Preparation of designs for rehabilitation/modernization of irrigation and drainageinfrastructure including construction drawings, cost estimates, economic and financial analyses andbidding documents in line withWorld Bank standards (v)        Identifying environmental issues, particularly those contained in the ESIA Report anddeveloping and/or instituting necessary Environmental Management Plans to mitigate their effects. (vi)       Assisting the client to procure the services of a Contractor following World Banknorms; Phase A is expected to take 12 months Phase B (vii)      Supervision of construction of all infrastructure. Assisting the client to set up aneffective Water User Association (viii)     Preparation of an Operation and Maintenance Manual together with an effective implementationplan. (ix)       Proposals for Organization and Management elaborated, discussed and finalized withstakeholders (x)        Make recommendations for appropriate machinery and equipment for land preparation,cropping, harvesting andfor carrying out routine maintenance works Phase B is expected to take 30 months The consultant is expected to use up-to-date techniques in surveysand designs and suggest least cost solutions to achievethe objectiveof optimal use of available water in the system. At all phases of the assignment, in order to ensure environmental safeguards conforming to the requirements ofthelegislation and policies of Ghana, World Bank OP 4.01 and 4.12, and the WB Environmental Guidelines and Gender Policy theConsultant shall design and ensure implementation of appropriate Environmental Management Strategies. GCAP in conjunction with GhanaIrrigation Development Authority (GIDA) will make available to the Consultant relevantavailable reports, documents or data listed in Instructions toConsultants, E. Data Sheet under Clause 2.4. The Consultant shall,however, be solely responsible for the accuracy, analysis and interpretation of all data received and for the recommendations inthe reports.

GH-GAMA Sanitation and Water Project - P119063

Ministry of Local Government Project Coordinating Unit | Published October 10, 2014  -  Deadline November 6, 2014
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Consulting Services For The Provision Of Improved Institutional Sanitation And Water Supply Facilities, Including Preparation And Implementation Of Institutional Facility Management And Hygiene Education Plans For Mmas In Gama. Government of Ghana Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ? FIRMS SELECTION) GHANA GREATER ACCRAMETROPOLITAN AREA (GAMA), SANITATION AND WATER PROJECT (GAMA SWP) IDA Grant No.:H854-GH Consulting Services for the provision of improved Institutional Sanitation and Water Supplyfacilities, including preparation and implementation of institutional facility management and hygiene education plans for MMAs inGAMA. ReferenceNo.: MLGRD/GSWP/C1-CS/001 The Government of Ghana hasreceived a grant from the International Development Association (IDA) towards the implementation of the Greater Accra MetropolitanArea Sanitation and Water Project (GAMA-SWP), and intends to apply part of the proceeds forconsulting services for implementationof the Institutional Sanitation component of the project. The objective of the Project is to increase access to improved sanitationand water supply in the GAMA (comprising 11 Metropolitan and Municipal Assemblies (MMAs) and to strengthen management ofenvironmental sanitation, with emphasis on the low incomecommunities (LIUC). As part of the strategy towards achievingits development objective, the project is promotingunder Component 1, the provision of institutional (school) sanitation and water supply facilities, including preparation andimplementation of facility management and hygiene education plans and campaigns for environmental sanitation behavioral change ineach of the participating GAMA MMAs as listed in (1) below: (1) Participation list of GAMA MMAs Accra Metropolitan Assembly, AccraTema Metropolitan Assembly, TemaAdenta Municipal Assembly, AdentaAshaiman Municipal Assembly, AshaimanLedzokuku-Krowor  Municipal Assembly,Teshie/NunguaGa East Municipal Assembly, AbokobiGa West Municipal Assembly, AmasamanGa South Municipal Assembly, WeijaGa Central Municipal Assembly, SowotuomLa Nkwantanan Municipal Assembly, MadinaLa Dadekotopon Municipal Assembly, La The consulting services ("the Services") include interlia; 1.  Review of available toilet technologies suitable for institutions or forintensively used public areas; 2.  Proposing and preparing works package for construction of most viabletoilet facility type suitable for each MMA select institutions; 3. Provision of the necessary services required for construction, including preparation of tender document, evaluationof bids, and construction supervision, 4. Prepare and implement facility management and hygiene education plans. The assignment is expected to be undertaken within a period of 30 months, including 12 months defectliability/maintenance period and expected to start from November 2014. The Ministry of Local Government and RuralDevelopment, acting on behalf of each of the participating MMAs now invites eligible consultingfirms ("Consultants") to indicatetheir interest in providing the Services for each MMA as listed in (1) above. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating thatthey have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. Theparticipating MMAs listed in (1) above shall select one consultant each to perform theServices for the MMA. The Selection will be based on the Consultants' Qualifications (CQS) in accordance to the "Guidelines:Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits and Grants by World Bank Borrowers" dated January2011".  Firms having the required experience and competence relevant to theassignmentshall be assessed and compared, and the best qualified and experienced firm shall be selected.  Only the selected firm shall be asked to submit a combined technical and financial proposal and, if suchproposal is responsive and acceptable, be invited to negotiate a contract.  Bothtechnical and financial aspects of the proposal may be negotiated. The short listing criteria are: ·      A brief description of the organisation including its legal status ? 10 marks ·      An outline of at least two (2) recent experiences on assignments of a similar nature.  For each assignment, the outline should indicate, inter alia, duration of the assignment,contract amount, and the activities undertaken by the organisation. ? 30marks ·      Specific experience of firm or key staff in Ghana ? 10marks ·      A brief methodology on the strategies to be employed in undertaking the assignment.  This shall include a strategy for undertaking the assessments and the choice of a viabletoilet technology for each select institution, works contract packaging, construction supervision, preparation and implementationof facility management and hygiene education plans etc, and providing possible technical options based the expressed choices of theinstitutions/communities. ? 40 marks ·      Availability of staff with appropriate skillsand Experience ? 10 marks ·      The minimum score required topass is 80marks The attention of interested Consultants isdrawn to paragraph 1.9 ofthe World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits& Grants] by World Bank Borrowers, dated January 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy onconflict of interest. Consultants may associate with other firms inthe form of a joint venture or a sub consultancy to enhance their qualifications. Further information and Terms of Reference(TOR) for the assignment can be obtained at the addresses below during office hours between 10.00 to 16.00hours. A firm/consultant may submit expressions ofinterest to at most five of the MMAs of the firm/consultant's choice. (A single firm/consultant submitting expression ofinterest to more than five MMAs shall be disqualified). It must be noted that evaluationof EOIs shall be coordinated by the Project Coordinating Unit ofthe Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development and that afirm/consultant may be awardedcontracts for a maximum of three MMAs to perform services. Expressions of interest (in three (3) copies) must be delivered in a written form to the respective MMA addressbelow in person by 16.00Hrs GMT onNovember 6, 2014. Addresses/Location of MMAsfor further Information and delivery of Expression of Interest Contact details forTOR/Clarification/further Information Contact details forSubmission of EOIs Name ofMMA ContactPerson: MMA ProjectCoordinator Address for Submission AccraMetropolitan Assembly, Accra Graham Sarba Tel. 0243235530 Email: Gram5sab@yahoo.com Office of the Coordinating Director Tema Metropolitan Assembly, Tema Bertha P. A. Essei Tel. 0264063280 Email: berthaoct@yahoo.com Office of the CoordinatingDirector Adenta Municipal Assembly, Adenta Akumfi-Ameyaw Michael Tel. 0573539380 Email: michaelameyaw@gmail.com Office of the CoordinatingDirector AshaimanMunicipal Assembly, Ashaiman Andrew Aborhey Tel. 0243422000 Email:ewnispec@yahoo.com Office of the Coordinating Director, Ledzokuku-Krowor Municipal Assembly, Teshie/Nungua Samuel Agblo Tel. 0243450333 Email: dornuagblo@yahoo.com Office of the Coordinating Director Ga EastMunicipal Assembly, Abokobi Derick Tata-Anku Tel. 0244016561 Email: dtatarick@yahoo.com Office of the CoordinatingDirector Ga WestMunicipal Assembly, Amasaman Benjamin Abudey Tel. 0207697137 Email:benabudey@yahoo.com Office of the CoordinatingDirector Ga SouthMunicipal Assembly, Weija James D. Nyangan Tel. 0242379296 Email:dadunyangan@gmail.com Office of the CoordinatingDirector Ga CentralMunicipal Assembly, Sowotuom Bechesani Demuyakor Tel. 0249469616 Email: bechesanido3@gmail.com Office of the CoordinatingDirector La NkwantananMunicipal Assembly, Madina Kwasi Adarkwa Tel. 0243006203 Email: adarkwa@gmail.com Office of the CoordinatingDirector La DadekotoponMunicipal Assembly,La Richard K. Oduro Tel. 0204300105 Email: richidswife@yahoo.co.uk Office of the Coordinating Director For further enquiries, pleasecontact: LocalGovernment Project Coordinating Unit Ministry ofLocal Government and Rural Development On (0302)514739/514740; Email:kgyasi@lgpcu.org

GPOBA-Urban Sanitation Facility - P145139

Ministry of Local Government & Rural Development /Project Coordinating Unit | Published January 6, 2016  -  Deadline January 28, 2016
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Consulting Services For An Independent Verification Agent Government of Ghana Ministry of LocalGovernment and Rural Development REQUEST FOREXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES? FIRMS SELECTION) GREATER ACCRAMETROPOLITAN AREA (GAMA), SANITATION AND WATER PROJECT (GAMA SWP) ? OBA URBANSANITATION FACILITY GPOBA GrantNo.:TF017278 ConsultingServices for an Independent Verification Agent Reference No.:  MLGRD/GSWP/OBA-CB/001 The Governmentof Ghana, acting through the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development,which is implementing the IDA funded Greater AccraMetropolitan Area (GAMA) Sanitation and Water Project has received additional grantsupport from the World Bank GlobalPartnership for Output Based Aid (GPOBA) towards the constructionof about 6,600 household toilets and provision of desludging services for sanitationfacilities for households in  low incomeurban communities (LIUCs)  and intends toapplypart of the proceeds for theservices ofan Independent Verification Agent toverify the outputs of the sanitation facilities/services to be provided underthe project. The main objective of the IDA funded componentofthe GAMA Sanitation and Water Project (GAMA SWP) is to increase access toimproved sanitation and improved water supply in the GAMA, with emphasis on lowincome urban communities (LIUCs). Increasing access to improved sanitation willrequire the construction of toilet facilities to serve poor households inLIUCs. The "GAMA OBA Urban Sanitation Facility" is thereforeto increase access to improved sanitation for low income urban communities inthe GAMA by partially subsidizing the cost to access new household sanitation facilitiesand adequate services, and also incentivizing service providers to serve the poor,whom they would otherwise neglect. The hiring of anindependent verification agent (IVA) is expected to provide for, among otherthings: The verification of pre-agreed outputs (physical structures and services thatwill be delivered under the projects) Recommendationsregarding request for payment submitted by the service provider to theMLGRD/PCU The overall duration of this assignment is expected to be 3 years. However, the contract for theIVA will besigned for initialone (1) year duration and shall be subject to renewalbased on satisfactory performance. The Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development, nowinvites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest inproviding the Services as indicated above. Interested Consultants should provideinformation demonstrating thatthey have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. Only one consultancyfirm shall finally beselected to perform the Services.The selection will be carried through competitionamong qualified short-listed firmsin which the selection will be based both on the quality of the proposal and onthe cost of the services to be provided (Quality- and Cost-Based Selection[QCBS]) in accordance with the "Guidelines: Selection and Employment ofConsultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits and Grants by World BankBorrowers" dated January 2011 and Revised July 2014".  Firms having the requiredexperience andcompetence relevant to the assignment shall be assessed and compared,and thebest qualified and experienced firms shall be shortlisted. Only shortlisted firms shallbe asked / requested to submit technical and financial proposals and,thehighest ranked combined technical and financial evaluated firm shall be invitedto negotiate a contract. The short listing criteria are: Abrief description of the organisation including its legal status An outline offirm'sgeneral relevant experience and experience in Africa Region Specific experience;an outline of at least two (2)experiences on assignments of a similar nature. For each assignment, the outline should indicate, inter alia, durationof the assignment, contract amount, and the activities undertaken by theorganisation. Specificexperiences of the firm in Ghana Specificexperiences of key personnel in Ghana The attention ofinterested Consultants is drawn toparagraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment ofConsultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World BankBorrowers, dated January 2011, and revised July 2014 ("Consultant Guidelines"),setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Firms may associate with other firms in the form of ajoint venture or a sub- consultancy to enhance their qualifications. Further information can be obtained at the given addressbelow during office hours between 10.00 to 16.00 hours. Expressions of interest (one (1) original andfour (4) copies) must be delivered in awritten form to the address below inperson by 16.00Hrs GMT on January 28,2016. Address for further information/Clarifications/ andfor Submission of Expression of Interest: TheProject Coordinator ProjectCoordinating Unit Ministryof Local Government and Rural Development Location:Within the Premises of Institute of LocalGovernment Studies (ILGS) Ogbojo,near Madina New Road Estate ? Accra, Ghana. Email:soteng@lgpcu.org Tel.+233 (302)504739/40; Mob.: +233 (0243404705)

Ghana Secondary Education Improvement - P145741

Ministry of Education | Published June 9, 2015  -  Deadline June 24, 2015
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Consulting Services For Strategic Advisory For Science And Mathematics In Senior High Schools GHANA EDUCATION SERVICE (GES) REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES) COUNTRY: GHANA PROJECT:   SECONDARY EDUCATIONIMPROVEMENT PROJECT (SEIP) CREDIT NO.:4520-GH PROJECT ID: P145741 ASSIGNMENT TITLE: CONSULTING SERVICES FOR STRATEGIC ADVISORY FOR SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS INSENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS REFERENCE NO.: MOE/GES/CS/1/15 The Government of Ghana has obtained World Bank funding to support the government's strategy to improve secondaryeducation in Ghana.  The Secondary Education Improvement Project (SEIP), approved foran amount of USD 156million with a project development objective to increase access to senior secondary education in underserveddistricts and improve quality in low-performing senior high schools in Ghana. The project has two components: ·      Component 1: Supportto increase access with equity and quality in senior high schools (USD 140.1million). This component will employ a results-based financing modality to increase access with equity and quality in underserveddistricts and low performing schools. ·      Component 2:Management, research, monitoring and evaluation (USD 15.9million). This will be a traditional investment lending to supportimplementation of the project, monitoring and evaluation activities, verification of results and researchactivities. The SEIP will be implemented over a five year period from May 2014 to November 2019. The Ministry of Education(MOE) is the implementing agency, with implementation at the school-level overseen by the Ghana EducationService. The consulting services ("the Services") are to employ the services of a firm to provide high-level technical guidance, training, and support for aperiod of two years for Science and Math teaching and learning improvement in Senior High Schools. This support would includein-personand remote advisory services to decision-makers and policy-implementers within the Science Education Unit of the GhanaEducation Service and other relevant units in the Ministry of Education. The consultancy will assist key implementers to oversee,manage, and implement activities related to Science and Math quality improvement. The supportwould focus on incorporatinginternational best practices and innovation as well as specific, technical input on types of tools and contentto be implemented. In order to achieve these goals, and in addition to construction and related SHS expansionactivities, the MOE is undertaking an aggressive series of initiatives related to quality which are covered under this contract.Expert technical assistance would be provided for the following activities to be undertaken by the Ministry, including but notlimited to monitoring of activities, reporting, and project management using international preferred practices; development of anational education research program for improved system performance forteachers, students and schools; establishing a system ofannual assessment of learning outcomes in science and mathematics, linked to national standards; establishing standards ofinstitutional management practices to improve science and mathematics education including regular monitoring, and use oftraditional and new teaching methodologies and materials; creating incentives for teachers and students for improvements inlearning/ improving WASSCE results through an award system; providing in-service training for Science and Math teachers to addresslowWASSCE and assessment results; training teachers in test item development to more effectively assess students throughout theyear, aligned with standards and should be combined with in-service training; Participation in national and international Scienceand Mathematics Olympiads; developing guidelines for teaching materials, traditional and new technology equipment, resources, andmethodologies; support to promote the scale-up of improvements in teaching and learning and improve student and teacher performancesystem-wide. In order to assist the MOE in achieving these goals through the successful implementation of theseand other activities, the selected firm will provide a stable team of experts to provide detailed input and guidance to the Scienceand Math Team, who will lead the implementation of Science and Math quality improvements. These experts will be available forconsultation and able to provide feedback within reasonable timeframes. Information and guidance will be provided both throughdirect communication such as phone and video-conference as wellas in written form. In addition, a minimum number of working days inGhana will be established. Key experts will be available to visit the Ministry premises in-person as well as field visits toschools and other intervention sites. The Ministry of Education and the Ghana Education Service, the implementing agencies, onbehalf of the Government of Ghana, now invite eligible consulting firms, including joint ventures ("Consultants") to indicate theirinterest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the requiredqualifications, relevant experience and appropriateresources to perform the Services. The short listing criteriaare: ·                 Core business and numbers of years inbusiness; ·                 Technical and managerial Organization ofFirm; ·                 Availability of appropriate skills amongstaff(including Core Mathematics, Elective Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and IntegratedScience ); ·                  Firm's experience in similar assignments (including Core Mathematics, Elective Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Integrated Science Core Mathematics,Elective Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Integrated Science); ·                  Firm's experience in working in similar conditions or environment Interested firms should provide sufficientlydetailed information to allow assessment of their qualification and experience. The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the WorldBank's Guidelines: Selectionand Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers , January, 2011, revised June, 2014 ("Consultant Guidelines"),. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or asub consultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consulting firm will be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost BasedSelection (QCBS) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can beobtained at the address below during office hours(from Monday ? Friday at 8:00am -5:00pm) Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below(in person, or by mail, or by e-mail) Wednesday, June, 24, 2015 at2:00pm. THE DIRECTOR-GENERAL GHANA EDUCATION SERVICE BOX M45, ACCRA-GHANA Attn: THE AG.DIRECTOR, SUPPLIES & LOGISTICS DIVISION TEL: +233(0)249331015/+233(0)208110079 E-mail: seipmoe@yahoo.com

GH-GAMA Sanitation and Water Project - P119063

Ministry of Local Government Project Coordinating Unit | Published October 10, 2014  -  Deadline October 31, 2014
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Request For Services For Mmas Community Engagement, Design And Implementation Supervision For Improved Sanitation And Water Supply In Low Income Communities In Gama. Government of Ghana Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ? FIRMS SELECTION) GHANA GREATER ACCRAMETROPOLITAN AREA (GAMA), SANITATION AND WATER PROJECT (GAMA SWP) IDA Grant No.:H854-GH Request for Services for MMAs Community Engagement, Design andImplementation Supervision for Improved Sanitation and Water Supply in Low Income Communities in GAMA. ReferenceNo.: MLGRD/GSWP/C1-CS/002 The Government of Ghana, actingthrough the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development, is implementing the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area Sanitation andWater Project (GAMA SWP), funded through an IDA grant and intends to apply part of the proceeds for Community Engagement, Design and Implementation Supervision forImproved Sanitation in MMA select Low Income Communitiesin GAMA. The objective of the project isto increase access to improved sanitation and improved water supply in the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area (GAMA), with emphasis onlow income urbancommunities, and to strengthen management of environmental sanitationacross the GAMA. An important component of thisproject is the upgrading of sanitation for a total of 250,000 people in low-income urban communities to be selected by the 11Metropolitan and Municipal Assemblies (MMAs) in the project area, including promotion of hygiene education and campaign for environmental sanitation behavioral change.  For the purposes of this project, low income communities have beendefined as those in which at least 75% of households live in a single room, and at least 75% of households use public toilets orother unacceptable toilet facilities.  Within these communities, households eligiblefor support are those living in a single room, and using a public toilet or other unacceptable toiletfacility. The participating GAMA Metropolitan/Municipal Assemblies (MMAs) are as listed in (1)below: (1) Participation list of GAMA MMAs Accra Metropolitan Assembly, AccraTema Metropolitan Assembly, TemaAdenta Municipal Assembly, AdentaAshaiman Municipal Assembly, AshaimanLedzokuku-Krowor  Municipal Assembly,Teshie/NunguaGa East Municipal Assembly, AbokobiGa West Municipal Assembly, AmasamanGa South Municipal Assembly, WeijaGa Central Municipal Assembly, SowotuomLa Nkwantanan Municipal Assembly, MadinaLa Dadekotopon Municipal Assembly,La The "the Services" required include; (a)      Support the GAMA Municipal and Metropolitan Assemblies (MMAs) in engaging low income urban communities (LIUCs) toestablish existing baseline situations for sanitation, water supply, and hygiene conditions and practices, and to identifytechnically, socially, economically, and environmentally appropriate solutions to improve sanitation and water supply services forpoor households on a sustainable basis, in the target communities specified by the MMAs. (b)     Support the design and construction supervision of sanitation and environmental infrastructure to improve services inthe LIUCs. (c)      Support the design implementation of hygiene promotion and behavioural change campaigns. This is to be achieved in close collaboration with the communities, local and central agencies concerned, and withthe formal and informal private sector for WASH services delivery, where appropriate. This will include baseline and end line surveys, and the establishment of a simple, sustainable community-based monitoringsystem.  It will also include participation in a series of learning andexperience-sharing exercises aimed at developing an approach to sanitation upgrading in low income communities that can bereplicated elsewhere. The assignment is expected to be undertaken within a period of 36 months, and expected to start immediately afterselection. The Ministry of Local Government and RuralDevelopment, acting on behalf of each of the participating MMAs now invites eligibleOrganization/NGOs/firm/Agency to indicate their interest in providing the Services for eachMMA as listed in (1) above. Interested NGOs/firms/Agencies should provide informationdemonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. Theparticipating MMAs listed in (1) above shall select Organization/NGOs/firm/Agency each to performtheServices for the MMA. The Selection will be based on the Organization/NGOs/firm/Agency Qualification (CQS) in accordance to the "Guidelines: Selectionand Employment of Consultantsunder IBRD Loans and IDA Credits and Grants by World Bank Borrowers" dated January 2011".  Organization/NGOs/firm/Agency having the required experience and competence relevant to the assignment shall be assessed and compared, and the bestqualified and experienced firm shall be selected.  Only the selectedOrganization/NGOs/firm/Agency shall be asked to submit a combinedtechnical and financial proposal and, if such proposal is responsive and acceptable, be invited to negotiate a contract.  Both technical and financial aspects ofthe proposal may benegotiated. The short listing criteria are: ·      A brief description of the organisation, Organization/NGOs/firm/Agency including its legal status ? 10marks ·      An outline of at least two (2) recent experiences on assignments of a similar nature.  For each assignment, the outline should indicate, inter alia, duration of the assignment,contract amount, and the activities undertaken by the Organization/NGOs/firm/Agency.  ? 30marks ·      Specific experience of firm or key staff in Ghana ? 10marks ·      Availability of staff with appropriate skillsand Experience ? 10 marks ·      A brief methodology on the strategies to be employed in undertaking the assignment ? 40 marks. The minimum score required to pass is 80marks The attention of interestedOrganization/NGOs/firm/Agency is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants[under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers, dated January 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"), settingforth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Consultants may associate with other firms inthe form of a joint venture or a sub consultancy to enhance their qualifications. Further information and Terms of Reference(TOR) for the assignment can be obtained at the addresses below during office hours between 10.00 to 16.00hours. Organization/NGOs/firm/Agency may submitexpressions of interest to at most six MMAs of the Organization/NGOs/firm/Agency'schoice. (A singleOrganization/NGOs/firm/Agency submitting expression of interest to more than six MMAsshall be disqualified). It must be noted that evaluation of EOIs shall be coordinated by the Project Coordinating Unit of theMinistry of Local Government and Rural Development and that Organization/NGOs/firm/Agency may be awarded contracts for a maximum offour MMAs to perform services. Expressions of interest must be delivered in awritten form to the respective MMA address below inperson by 16.00Hrs GMT on October 31, 2014. Addresses/Location of MMAsfor further Information and delivery of Expression of Interest Contact details forTOR/Clarification/further Information Contact details forSubmission of EOIs Name ofMMA ContactPerson: MMA ProjectCoordinator Address forSubmission AccraMetropolitan Assembly, Accra Graham Sarba Tel. 0243235530 Email: Gram5sab@yahoo.com Office of the Coordinating Director Tema Metropolitan Assembly, Tema Bertha P. A. Essei Tel. 0264063280 Email: berthaoct@yahoo.com Office of the CoordinatingDirector Adenta Municipal Assembly, Adenta Akumfi-Ameyaw Michael Tel. 0573539380 Email: michaelameyaw@gmail.com Office of the CoordinatingDirector AshaimanMunicipal Assembly, Ashaiman Andrew Aborhey Tel. 0243422000 Email:ewnispec@yahoo.com Office of the Coordinating Director, Ledzokuku-Krowor Municipal Assembly, Teshie/Nungua Samuel Agblo Tel. 0243450333 Email: dornuagblo@yahoo.com Office of the Coordinating Director Ga EastMunicipal Assembly, Abokobi Derick Tata-Anku Tel. 0244016561 Email: dtatarick@yahoo.com Office of the CoordinatingDirector Ga WestMunicipal Assembly, Amasaman Benjamin Abudey Tel. 0207697137 Email:benabudey@yahoo.com Office of the CoordinatingDirector Ga SouthMunicipal Assembly, Weija James D. Nyangan Tel. 0242379296 Email:dadunyangan@gmail.com Office of the CoordinatingDirector Ga CentralMunicipal Assembly, Sowotuom Bechesani Demuyakor Tel. 0249469616 Email: bechesanido3@gmail.com Office of the CoordinatingDirector La NkwantananMunicipal Assembly, Madina Kwasi Adarkwa Tel. 0243006203 Email: adarkwa@gmail.com Office of the CoordinatingDirector La DadekotoponMunicipal Assembly,La Richard K. Oduro Tel. 0204300105 Email: richidswife@yahoo.co.uk Office of the Coordinating Director For further enquiries, pleasecontact: LocalGovernment Project Coordinating Unit Ministry ofLocal Government and Rural Development On (0302)514739/514740; Email:kgyasi@lgpcu.org
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