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Construction of Bwanje Valley dam

Regeringen i Republikken Malawi, repræsenteret ved EUF's nationale anvisningsberettigede, ministeriet for finanser, økonomisk planlægning og udvikling, støtteenheden for den nationale anvisningsberettigede | Published September 21, 2016
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45247210

Construction of Bwanje Valley dam

EDF — Construction of Bwanje Valley dam

The Government of the Republic of Malawi, represented by the National Authorising Officer (NAO), Ministry of Finance, Economic Planning and Development, NAO Support Unit | Published February 12, 2016  -  Deadline February 23, 2016
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EDF — Construction of Bwanje Valley dam

Supervision services for the construction of Bwanje Valley dam

Regeringen i Republikken Malawi, repræsenteret ved EUF's nationale anvisningsberettigede, ministeriet for finanser, økonomisk planlægning og udvikling, støtteenheden for den nationale anvisningsberettigede | Published October 4, 2016
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71520000

Supervision services for the construction of Bwanje Valley dam

EDF — Supervision services for the construction of Bwanje Valley dam

Regeringen i Republikken Malawi, der er repræsenteret af den nationale anvisningsberettigede, ministeriet for finanser, økonomisk planlægning og udvikling, støtteenheden for den nationale anvisningsberettigede | Published May 18, 2016
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EDF — Supervision services for the construction of Bwanje Valley dam

Construction and rehabilitation of community day secondary schools in Malawi under ISEM programme

The Government of the Republic of Malawi, represented itself by the National Authorising Officer (NAO), Ministry of Finance, Economic Planning and Development, NAO Support Unit | Published September 20, 2016
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45210000, 45214200

Construction and rehabilitation of community day secondary schools in Malawi under ISEM programme

EDF — Construction and rehabilitation of community day secondary schools (CDSS) under ISEM

The Government of the Republic of Malawi, represented by the National Authorising Officer (NAO), Ministry of Finance, Economic Planning and Development, NAO Support Unit | Published March 8, 2016  -  Deadline June 7, 2016
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EDF — Construction and rehabilitation of community day secondary schools (CDSS) under ISEM

EDF — Construction and rehabilitation of community day secondary schools under ISEM programme

The Government of the Republic of Malawi, represented by the National Authorising Officer (NAO), Ministry of Finance, Economic Planning and Development, NAO Support Unit | Published February 5, 2016
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EDF — Construction and rehabilitation of community day secondary schools under ISEM programme

EDF — Construction of Bwanje Valley dam

Regeringen i Republikken Malawi, repræsenteret ved den nationale anvisningsberettigede, ministeriet for finanser, økonomisk planlægning og udvikling, støtteenheden for den nationale anvisningsberettigede | Published November 10, 2015  -  Deadline February 9, 2016
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EDF — Construction of Bwanje Valley dam

EDF — Construction of Bwanje Valley dam

Regeringen i Republikken Malawi, repræsenteret ved EUF's nationale anvisningsberettigede, ministeriet for finanser, økonomisk planlægning og udvikling, støtteenheden for den nationale anvisningsberettigede | Published July 2, 2015
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EDF — Construction of Bwanje Valley dam

EDF — Supervision services for the construction of Bwanje Valley dam

Regeringen i Republikken Malawi, der er repræsenteret af den nationale anvisningsberettigede, ministeriet for finanser, økonomisk planlægning og udvikling, støtteenheden for den nationale anvisningsberettigede | Published August 25, 2015  -  Deadline September 25, 2015
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EDF — Supervision services for the construction of Bwanje Valley dam

EDF — Supervision services for the construction of Bwanje Valley dam

Regeringen i Republikken Malawi, der er repræsenteret af den nationale anvisningsberettigede, ministeriet for finanser, økonomisk planlægning og udvikling, støtteenheden for den nationale anvisningsberettigede | Published July 23, 2015
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EDF — Supervision services for the construction of Bwanje Valley dam

EIB - Construction supervision for raising and rehabilitation of Kamuzu Dam I

Lilongwe Water Board | Published November 11, 2015  -  Deadline December 4, 2015
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EIB - Construction supervision for raising and rehabilitation of Kamuzu Dam I

EDF — Consultancy services for supervision of construction and rehabilitation of schools under the improving secondary education in Malawi (ISEM) programme

Regeringen i Republikken Malawi, repræsenteret ved EUF's nationale anvisningsberettigede, ministeriet for finanser, økonomisk planlægning og udvikling, støtteenheden for den nationale anvisningsberettigede | Published August 12, 2015
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EDF — Consultancy services for supervision of construction and rehabilitation of schools under the improving secondary education in Malawi (ISEM) programme

Construction work for school buildings

Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e. V. | Published April 27, 2016
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45214200

GIZ/1011/SIP/WKS/WHH-011.

Malawi Floods ERL - P154803

Malawi Flood Emergency Recovery Project (Roads Authority) | Published March 24, 2016  -  Deadline May 6, 2016
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Upgrading Of Chikhwawa (thabwa) ? Chitseko - Seven (s152) Road REPUBLIC OF MALAWI Accelerating Malawi'sEconomic Growth SPECIFICPROCUREMENTNOTICE Invitation forPrequalification MALAWI FLOODEMERGENCYRECOVERY PROJECT (MFERP) IDA Credit No. : IDA56360 Upgrading of Chikhwawa (Thabwa) ? Chitseko -Seven (S152) Road ICB No.: RA/DEV/MFERP/2015-16/03 1.      The Government of Malawi received a loan from the International Development Association (IDA)  towards the cost of the Malawi Flood Emergency Recovery Project, (MFERP), and it intends to apply part of the proceeds ofthis loan  to payments under the works contract for the  Upgrading of Chikwawa (Thabwa) ? Chitseko - Seven (S152) Road. TheRoads Authorityintends to prequalify contractors for Upgrading of the Chikwawa (Thabwa) ? Chitseko - Seven (S152) Road Construction Works.It is expected that invitations for bids will be made inJune, 2016. 2.     The Roads Authority now invites sealed Applications fromeligible bidders for the Upgrading of the 59km Chikwawa (Thabwa) ?Chitseko - Seven (S152) Road Construction Works which shall includethe following; (a)    Double seal surface dressing (b)    200 mm deep crushed stone / lime stabilised / cement stabilised base (c)    200 mm granular sub-base / natural gravel sub-base compacted to98% MDD (d)    Selected sub-grade layer in fill areas compacted to 93% of MDD (e)    16No.reinforced concrete bridges will replace the 3No. existing concrete bridges and the 13No. drift structures spanning majorwaterways. (f)     38No. concrete box culverts and 143 No. pipe culverts will be constructed to carry surface water from one side of the roadto the other. (g)    Variousside drains and pipe culverts will also be constructed parallel to the carriageway to drain the surface of the road into thetransverse pipe culverts. (h)    Roadfurniture will be installed and road markings will be added to the finished highway. (i)      River Training (j)       Appurtenant structures 3.     Prequalification will be conducted through prequalification procedures specified in the WorldBank's Guidelines: Procurement under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits, January 2011, and is open to all bidders from eligible sourcecountries, as defined in the guidelines. 4.     Interested eligible Applicants may obtain further information from and inspect theprequalification document at theaddress below from 8:00hours to 16:30Hours, Monday to Friday starting from 24th March,2016. A complete set of theprequalification document in English may be purchased by interested Applicants on the submission of a written application to theaddress in bullet 6 below and upon payment of a nonrefundable fee of MK30,000.00 or equivalent inany other freely convertible currency. The method of payment will be cash. The document will be sent by courier under theprocedures described in the attachment to this Invitation for Prequalification. 5.     Applications for prequalification should be submitted in sealed envelopes, delivered to theaddress below by 10.00 Hours on 6th May, 2016  and be clearly marked "Application to Prequalify for Upgrading of Chikwawa (Thabwa) ? Chitseko- Seven (S152) Road Construction Works" 6.     The address for inspection of documents and submission of Applications is; The ChiefExecutive Officer Roads Authority Functional Building, Room No.21 Off Paul KagameRoad Private Bag B346 Lilongwe Malawi Attention: The Procurement Specialist Telephone Number: +265 (0) 1 753 699/758 114 E-mail address:ipc@ra.org.mw

Malawi Floods ERL - P154803

Malawi Floods Emergency RecoveryProject | Published January 6, 2016  -  Deadline January 21, 2016
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Design And Rehabilitation Supervision Services For Flood Damagedirrigation Schemesin Malawi THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OFMALAWI MINISTRY OF FINANCE, ECONOMIC PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OFINTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ? FIRMS SELECTION) COUNTRY: Malawi NAME OF PROJECT: Malawi Floods Emergency Recovery Project Loan No./Credit No.:P154803 Assignment Title: Design and Rehabilitation Supervision Services for Flood Damaged  Irrigation Schemes  in Malawi Reference No. 027/MFERP/S/15/05 Issue date:  07thJanuary, 2016 1.BACKGROUND The Government of the Republic of Malawi has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Malawi FloodsEmergency Recovery Project, and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. 2.OBJECTIVES OF THE ASSIGNMENT The consulting services ("the Services") include contribution to the realisation of restoration of irrigation area lost due to flood damage to irrigation facilities through thereconstruction and rehabilitation of flood damaged irrigation schemes.  A firm  should be willing  tobe  registered with  the National ConstructionIndustry Council(NCIC) if they are awarded  the contract. 3.1 LOCATION The consultancy services will be undertaken in theschemes and Project districts as indicated below: ID No. District No. Scheme Names & Areas Technology Total Area (Hectare) Description of RehabilitationWorks LOT1 Chiradzulu i) Natama Gravity 10 Intake weir, spillway and maincanal Thyolo i) Lower Mgulura Gravity 10 Intake weir, pipeline dam embankment, and main canals ii) Mchenganamwali Gravity 100 Intake weir, main conveyance pipeline , and main canals Mulanje i) Nsikita Gravity 60 Intakeweir, pipeline and maincanal ii) Nembo Gravity 90 Main canal, secondary canals and main drains. iii) Kuzinja Gravity 20 Intake weir main pipeline and field canals Phalombe i) Likhatcha Gravity 30 Weir rehabilitation, pipeline and main canals ii) Thembe Gravity 10 Weir rehabilitation, pipeline, main canals and infieldstructures LOT2 Balaka i) Khwisa Gravity 70 Weirs & reservoir embankments Machinga i) Phandiro Gravity 50 Intake weir, main canals and river training/ flood protectionbund ii) Zumulu B Gravity 50 Main canal, distribution canals, access road,drainage system and flood protection bund Zomba i) Likangala Gravity 490 Flood protection bund/ dyke NB:Firms must clearly state for which Lotthey are Expressing Interest and if a  firm is cheaper on both lots, the firm will beawarded the contract but should have separate teams for supervision. 3.2Duration The maximum duration of the assignment is 18 months. 4. SpecificTasks to Be Performed 4.1RECONSTRUCTION ANDREHABILITATION In this phase the Consultant will complete allaspects of the detailed construction and rehabilitation designs of all damaged irrigation schemes in the Project districts indicated in Table 3.1 above. The Consultant shall review the existing design (if available), and prepare construction drawings, Bills ofQuantities (BoQs),  tender documents, as well as any other documents needed to fulfilthe objectives of this assignment. In cases where designs are not available, the consultant will prepare new disaster resilientdesigns.  In detail, the consultant shall do thefollowing: a)Review of the Detailed Engineering Design andPre-Tender Services: i)WaterResourcesAssessment ii)Topographic Surveys iii)GeotechnicalInvestigations iv)Review and confirmation of Structural foundation of hydrological and hydraulicdesigns v)Preparation of detailed Engineering and construction Drawings vi)Preparation of CostEstimates vii)Preparation of Bidding Documents ix)Review ofEnvironmental and Social Impact Assessment Report 4.2 Tendering Process i)Bidding Process andSelection of Contractors 4.3Construction Supervision 4.5 CapacityBuilding and Transferof Knowledge The overall objective of the capacity buildingwill be to improve the knowledge of the Department of Irrigation (DoI) staff in design of disaster resilient irrigation facilitiesand construction supervision. 5)The shortlisting criteria The Secretary For Finance, EconomicPlanning and Development now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing theServices. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevantexperience to perform the Services. Interested firms must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services. Theshortlisting criteria are: a)      Proof of specialization in Design and Rehabilitation Supervision services of Irrigation  Civil Works b)      Proof of experience in preparation of Bidding Documents, Bidding process and selection of  contractors c)      Not less than 10(ten) years experience  inconsultancy related to the assignment d)  Qualification and experience of Key staff of the firm e) evidence ofexperience in similarconditions 6)Conflict of Interest The attention ofinterested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection andEmployment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World BankBorrowers January,2011, setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest . Consultants mayassociate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a subconsultancy to enhance theirqualifications. 7.Selection Criteria A Consultant will be selected inaccordance with the  Quality and Cost Based Selection(QCBS) method set out in theConsultant Guidelines. 8)Further information Further information can be obtained at the address below atparagraph (10) during office hours from 8.00 to 12.00; 13.00 to 16.00 hours local time (Monday to Friday, except national publicholidays). 9.Submission Expressions ofinterest must bedelivered in a written form to the address below at paragraph (10)  (inperson, or by mail, or by e-mail) by 21st  January, 2016. Late EOIswill be rejected. The EOIs must be Clearly marked "Expression OfInterest For Design and Rehabilitation Supervision Services for FloodDamaged  Irrigation Schemes in Malawi" 10.Address forthe Clarification, further details and submission of the EOIs: The Project Coordinator (Att: The ProcurementSpecialist), Malawi Floods Emergency Recovery  Project, Physical Address: Malawi FloodsEmergency Recovery  Project Building, Lilongwe Old Town, OffKamuzu Procession Road, Opposite Lilongwe Town Hall( at theRoundabout) Postal Address: Private BagA192 Lilongwe, Malawi. Phone              : +265 01 753 163 Facsimile         :+265 01 750388 Email               : info@mferp.org/goli.mwanza@mferp.org Signed TheChairperson (Internal Procurement Committee) MINISTRY OF FINANCE, ECONOMIC PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

MW - Lilongwe Water Project - P153205

Lilongwe Water Project | Published April 18, 2016  -  Deadline May 4, 2016
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Detailed Designand Cosntruction Supervision Of Water Distribution Network And Associated Structures For Lilongwecity REPUBLIC OF MALAWI LILONGWE WATER BOARD LILONGWE WATER PROJECT REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR DETAILED DESIGN  ANDCOSNTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF WATER DISTRIBUTION NETWORK AND ASSOCIATED STRUCTURES FOR LILONGWE CITY REFERENCE NO: LWSP-01 APRIL, 2016 1.          The Government of Malawi (GoM) hasreceived financing from the International Development Agency (IDA) to finance activities for the preparation under the Lilongwe Water Project (LWP) coordinated by the Ministry of AgricultureIrrigation and Water Development and Lilongwe Water Board,and intends to apply part of the proceeds of these funds toward eligible costs for consulting services for DetailedDesign AND Construction Supervision of Water Distribution Network and Associated Structures for Lilongwe City under Lilongwe WaterBoard. 2.          The consulting services ("the Services") include detailed design and constructionsupervision of water supply distribution network and associated structures for Lilongwe City and surrounding areascommensurate with national and international standards asrecommended complete in all respects, prepare bill of quantities for works including, drawings, maps, tender documents, supervision, contract managementetc. 3.           The Lilongwe Water Board now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing theServices. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevantexperience to perform the Services. The short listing criteria are; 1.1.       Experience in consultancy assignments (core business and years in business) for aminimum of 10 years; 1.2.       Experience in carrying out preliminary and detailed designs of water supply distribution networks and relatedinfrastructure for minimum of 6 years; 1.3.       Experience in assessment and design of water distribution rehabilitation works andmaintenance with minimum 6 years; 1.4.       Experience in preparation of tender documents and project management for a minimum of 6years; 1.5.       Experience in construction supervision and works contract administration fora minimum of6 years; 1.6.       Experienceof firm in the sub-saharan region; Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhancetheir qualifications. 4.           The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selectionand Employment of by World Bank Borrowers dated January, 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank'spolicy on conflict of interest. 5.           The consultant will be selected in accordance with Quality andCost Based Selection (QCBS) procedures set out in theWorld Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World BankBorrowers dated January, 2011. 6.           Interested Consultants may obtain further information from theaddress below from 08:00 to 16:30 hours from Monday to Friday during working days. The Programme Manager Lilongwe Water Project ManobecBuilding, Area 4, Off Paul Kagame Road Private Bag 353, Lilongwe 3, Malawi Tel.: + 265 1 755 011/755 025 Email: thony.msendema@gmail.com Att: Procurement Specialist 7.           Expressions of Interest clearly marked "Consultancy Services for Detailed Designs of Water Distribution Network andAssociatedStructures for Lilongwe City" must be delivered to the Lilongwe Water Board, at the address below by 4 May, 2016. The Chairperson Internal Procurement Committee Lilongwe Water Board MadziHouse, Area 3, Off Likuni Road Post Office Box 96 Lilongwe, MALAWI

Malawi Floods ERL - P154803

Malawi Floods Emergency RecoveryProject | Published July 12, 2016  -  Deadline July 25, 2016
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Formulation Of Integrated Flood Risk Management Interventions In 13(thirteen) Districts Affected By The 2015 Floods THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF MALAWI MINISTRY OF FINANCE, ECONOMICPLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ? FIRMS SELECTION) COUNTRY: Malawi NAME OF PROJECT: Malawi Floods Emergency RecoveryProject Loan No./CreditNo.: P154803 Assignment Title:Formulation ofIntegrated Flood Risk Management Interventions in 13(thirteen() Districts affected by the 2015 Floods Reference No. 027/MFERP/S/16/01 Issue date:  12th July, 2016 1.BACKGROUND The Government of the Republic of Malawi has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of theMalawi Floods Emergency Recovery Project, and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consultingservices. 2.OBJECTIVES OF THE ASSIGNMENT The main objective of this assignment is to formulate integrated flood risk management interventionsincluding restoration of early warning system in 13 districts affected by the 2015 floods so as to help reduce the flood risklevels and vulnerability of communities including valuable physical assets. The specific objective of the assignment will include but not limited to thefollowing: a)     Assess the flood risk situation of the areas in an integrated way, based on climate change trends, sounddiagnostics, analytical tools and stakeholder consultation toidentify flood mitigation and risk reduction scenarios andinterventions (including flood forecasting and early warning systems) to be implemented; b)     Recommend and prioritise interventions based on technical, environmental, social and economicaspects; c)     Undertake detailed training and capacity building for stakeholders and institutions at national, district and villageslevels on integrated flood risk management issues; d)    Prepare Environmental and SocialScreening Report, and assign an appropriate environmental and socialcategory to each project based on national environmental management and impact assessment guidelines, as well as with regards tothe guidelines and procedures set out in the ESMF; e)     Prepare Environmental and Social Impact Assessments (ESIA) and RAPs, if required, for all projects categorized as thosepertaining to List A projects; f)       Prepare Environmental and Social Management Plans for allprojects deemed to be in List B; g)      Prepare detailed designs including tenderdocuments, Engineering cost estimates, construction drawings, and implementation plan and framework for the recommendedinterventionsincluding flood forecasting and early warning system; and h)     Prepare construction qualityassurance plan, and broad institutional framework including O&M plan. 3.2 Duration This is an emergency work which is expected to start assoon as possible and executed within the shortest period in order to reduce vulnerability of communities to floods. The consultancyis therefore expected to be executed and completed within a maximum period of 9 months. 4.Specific Tasks to BePerformed 4.1 Review of policies, laws and regulations and previousstudies 4.2 Linkage with other relevant projects and initiatives 4.3 Spatial data and fieldinvestigation 4.4 Scenario development and analysis 4.5 Capacitybuilding/Training 4.6 Environmental and Social Impactassessment 4.7 Detailed designs 5)The shortlisting criteria The Secretary For Finance, Economic Planning and Development nowinvites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultantsshould provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform theServices. Interested firms must provideinformation indicating that they are qualified to perform the services. The shortlisting criteria are: a)     Proof of specialization informulation of Flood Prevention and Protection interventions b)     Proof of specialization inrestoration of  early warning systems c)     Proof of experience inwater engineering d)     Not less than 10(ten)years  experience  in consultancies related to the assignment d)  Qualification and experience of Key staffof the firm e) evidence of experience in similarconditions 6)Conflict of Interest The attention of interested Consultants is drawn toparagraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDACredits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers January, 2011, setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest . Consultants may associate with other firms in the formof a joint venture or a subconsultancy to enhance their qualifications. 7.Selection Criteria A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the  Quality and Cost Based Selection(QCBS) method set out in the ConsultantGuidelines. 8)Furtherinformation Further information can be obtained at the address below at paragraph (10) during officehours from 8.00to 12.00; 13.00 to 16.00 hours local time (Monday to Friday, except national public holidays). 9.Submission Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the addressbelow at paragraph (10)  (in person, or by mail, orby e-mail) by 25th    July, 2016.Late EOIs will be rejected. The EOIs must be Clearly marked "Expression Of Interest For Formulation ofIntegrated Flood Risk Management Interventions in  13(Thirteen()Districts affected by the 2015 Floods" 10.Address for the Clarification, furtherdetails and submission of the EOIs: The Project Coordinator (Att: The ProcurementSpecialist), Malawi Floods Emergency Recovery  Project, Physical Address: Malawi Floods Emergency Recovery  ProjectBuilding, Lilongwe Old Town, Off Kamuzu Procession Road, Opposite Lilongwe Town Hall( at the Roundabout) Postal Address: Private Bag A192 Lilongwe, Malawi. Phone              : +265 01753 163 Facsimile        : +265 01 750 388 Email               : info@mferp.org/goli.mwanza@mferp.org Signed The Chairperson (Internal Procurement Committee) MINISTRY OF FINANCE,ECONOMIC PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

MW Skills Development Project - P131660

National Council for Higher Education | Published June 8, 2015  -  Deadline June 16, 2015
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Consultancy For Environmental And Social Impact Assessment NationalCouncil for Higher Education                                                                 MalawiGovernment SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PROJECT (SDP) REQUEST FOREXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTINGSERVICES ? INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT SELECTION) Country                        : Malawi Name ofProject          : SKILLSDEVELOPMENT PROJECT. AssignmentTitle         : CONSULTANCY FORENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL IMPACTASSESSMENT ReferenceNumber      : NCHE/SDP/ESIA/01/0515 IssueDate                    :29th May, 2015 ClosingDate               : 16th June, 2015 1.0              INTRODUCTION TheNational Council for Higher Education (NCHE) is coordinating aGovernment of Malawi Skills Development Project (SDP) with support from theWorld Bank. The SDP is implemented in selected public institutions (ChancellorCollege, Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources, MzuzuUniversity and Polytechnic) and Technical, Entrepreneurship and VocationalEducation and Training Agency (TEVETA). The proposed project aims at developingthe skillsneeded for improving employment outcomes and increasing productivity amongyouth and underserved populations by increasing access, enhancing marketrelevance, and increasing the results orientation of the participatinginstitutions. Additionally, the project aims to strengthen capacitiesof the Ministryof Education, Science and Technology (MoEST), National Council for HigherEducation (NCHE), Technical, Entrepreneurship and Vocational Education andTraining Authority (TEVETA) and participating institutions for policydevelopment, programme planning and implementation. In line with the National EducationSector Policy,the participating institutions in this project will expand equitable access to educationin their programmes under the SDP: A recent study on higher educationinMalawi identified limited and dilapidated infrastructure as a constraint toexpansion of equitable access and improvement of market relevance in theseinstitutions. Consequently, these institutions have submitted improvement plansas part of the proposed SDP detailing their infrastructure needs, which take upa large share of the resources allocated under the project. Given thelargeinvestment in the proposed infrastructure, there is need to ensure that theinfrastructure in the improvement plans is optimum and relevant for thedelivery of the proposed programmes. Initial appraisal of the project under World Bank Safeguards Policieshas indicated potential negative environmental and social impacts andacategory B rating; requiringthe development of Environment and Social Management Plans (ESMP) andResettlement Action Plans (RAP), also required by the Government of Malawi's EnvironmentalManagement Act (1996) and Environmental Social Impact Assessment Guidelines(1997). While most of the SDP ParticipatingInstitutionshave finalised the definition of scope of infrastructure constructionandrehabilitation works, some sites have yet to be identified and alternate sitesmight be under consideration for some of the proposed activities. In accordance with the World Bank'sOperational Policy OP 4.01 (Environment Assessment) and Malawi's EnvironmentManagement Act (60:02), detailed Environmental and Social Impact Assessment(EIA) reports have to be prepared for the infrastructure development andrehabilitation works in all of the proposed sites. The report will detail mainpotential impacts and mitigation measures to be undertaken prior to and duringconstruction phase of the project. In order to achieve this, SDPthrough NCHEseeks the services of an individual consultant to work closely with the participatinginstitutions to carry out Environmental and Social Impact Assessmentsin theseinstitutions. 2.0             SCOPE OF WORK An Environmental and Social Management Framework has beenprepared toguide on environmental screening and management of all sub-projects under SDP.Therein, it is indicated that the project has triggered the followingWorld Bank's Operational Policies: OP 4.01Environmental Assessment   OP 4.12Involuntary Resettlement OP 4.11Physical Cultural Properties Recent screening of the potentialsites has indicated that some of the construction work is likely to take placeon forested land; the consultant will therefore need to conduct furtherscreening to confirm and document the need for triggering OP 4.36 on Forests. In the process of carrying outenvironmentalassessment studies, the consultant should also make due considerationofrelevant Malawi Environmental policies, laws, guidelines, procedures andstandards for implementation of public sector projects in this category. The scope of work to prepare thestudy would involve: (i) baseline studies, through desk review of relevantdocuments available in the country and field studies; (ii) assessmentanddetermination of impacts (to include impact identification, prediction, evaluationand interpretation); and (iii) development of Environmental and SocialManagement for each sub-project for direct project impacts, includingmitigation measures, capacity and awareness building requirements to implementthose measures, and monitoring. 3.0      Objectives Theoverall objective of the consultancy is to develop anEnvironmental and Social Impact Management and Resettlement Plans foreachsub-project of SDP. The expected outputs of theassignment are: i.           Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Report thatincludes an Environmental and Social Management Plan and an Environmental andSocial Monitoring Plan ii.           ResettlementAction Plan. 4.0       Tasks to be carried out The consultant will carry out the following: i.              Collect,analyse and present baseline information on the environmental characteristicsof the existing situation in the proposed project sites. Given that amajorityof sites will be within the confines of pre-selected institutions, thedescription and analysis should include: ·        Physical environment, which includes watercourses, forested areas,trees, etc. ·        Social environment, includingpopulation census and socio-economicactivitieson proposed sites that are likely to be affected during the project, and where appropriateidentify areas of cultural significance, community structures, genderandmembers of vulnerable groups' dynamics, and etc. ii.              Identifyand describe all pertinent legislation, regulations and standards governing theenvironmental quality, solid and liquid waste management, health and safety. iii.              Identifypotential environmental impacts that could result from the project. Describeand analyse all significant changes expected due to the proposed projectsfocusing on both negative and positive impacts. The impacts include environmental,and social impacts which could both be positive or negative. iv.              Analyse anddescribe occupational and health concerns likely toarise as a result of construction and operations of the proposed activities. v.                    Undertake a full public participationand consultations on the positive and negative impacts of the projectamongstthe key stakeholders at District Council level; communities includingparent-teachersassociations, students associations, teachers unions, and other relevant stakeholders. Organise meetings and forumsfor public participation to enable interested and affected parties topresenttheir concerns and opinions regarding the proposed project. a.  Propose feasiblemitigation measures for the identified negative environmentaland social impacts that could result from the proposed project activities. b.  DevelopEnvironmental andSocial Management Plans (ESMP) that willinclude those mitigation measures along with monitoring and institutionalmeasures to eliminate, minimize or reduce to acceptable levels the adverse socialand environmental impacts that could minimize the socio-economic benefits ofthe proposed activities. Provide a cost outlay for the proposed measures aswell as their institutional and financial support mechanisms. c.   Develop anEnvironmental and Social Monitoring Plan (ESMP) whichshall provide specific descriptions and technical details of monitoringmeasures, including parameters to be measured, methods to be applied,andsampling locations, frequency of measurements or data collection, anddefinitions of thresh-holds that will signal the need for corrective actions. TheMonitoring Plan will also describe the monitoring and reporting procedures aswell as the timeframes and implementation mechanisms and provide details of thestaffing requirement and cost outlays for the implementation of the plan. d.  Prepareappropriate Resettlement Action Plans (RAP) in line withthe World Bank policy framework guidelines on Involuntary Resettlement (OP4.12), the Environmental Management Act (1996) and other the legal requirementsof the country. 5.0Report reviews NCHE will establish a ReviewCommittee comprising officials (2 from NCHE, 1 from MoEST and 1 from each participatinginstitution) to guide the consultant. The consultant will produce a series ofreports in English during his/her assignment. The reports will be submitted intriplicate to the Review Committee through the SDP Project Coordinator at NCHEaccording to the following deliverables. 6.0 Deliverablesof the Consultancy Deliverables will besubmitted to NCHE for reviewandapproval through the Skill Development Project Coordinator. The followingdeliverables will be expected from the assignment: # Deliverable TimePeriod Three (3) hard copies of an inceptionreport that clearly illustrates how the assignment shall be executed,including proposed time-lines and milestones. 1 week after contractsigning Three (3) hard copiesofEnvironmental and Social Impact Assessment Report that includes anEnvironmental and Social Management Plan and an Environmental and Social MonitoringPlan as one document for each Participating Institution. 2 weeks afterpresentation of Inception Report. Three (3) hard copies of Resettlement Action Plans for eachParticipating Institution; 1 week aftersubmission of the above reports. Meetings with the institutions to review, deliberate, vet andadopt the above reports. 1 week after thesubmission of the above reports. Final report to NCHE 1 week afterworkshop has been conducted. 7.0 Reporting Mechanism The Consultant will enter into a contract with NCHE andwill report to the SDP Coordinator at NCHE during the entire period of thecontract. 8.0 Timeframefor the Consultancy Duration of thisassignment is 2 months from the date of signing the contract. 9.0 IndicativePaymentTerm The Payment schedule is as follow: # Deliverable Amount Signing of the contract 10% ofcontracted amount Three (3) hard copies of an inceptionreport that clearly illustrates how the assignment shall be executed,including proposed time-lines and milestones. 20%of contracted amount Three (3) hard copies of Environmental and Social Impact  AssessmentReport that includes anEnvironmental and Social Management Plan and an Environmental and Social MonitoringPlan as one document for each Participating Institution. 20%of contracted amount Three (3) hard copiesof Resettlement Action Plans for each ParticipatingInstitution; 20%of contracted amount Meetings with theinstitutions to review, deliberate, vet and adopt the above reports. 20%of contracted amount Finalreport to NCHE 10%of contracted amount 10.0Qualifications The desired person should have: i.        A Master's degree or its equivalent in EnvironmentalStudies, Physical Planning, Architectural Studies or any related field; Experience i.     Have aminimum of 5 years working experience inrelated consultancies; ii.     Demonstrate expertise and practical knowledge ofEnvironmental and Social Impact needs assessment; and iii.     Demonstrate excellence in written and spokenEnglish. 11.0         Location of Assignment The consultancy is based at NCHE Secretariat inLilongwe. 12.0   Conflict ofInterest The attention of interested Consultants is drawnto 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  January,2011. ("Consultant Guidelines"), settingforth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. 13.0   SelectionCriteria A Consultant will be selected inaccordance with the Individual Consultants Selection (IC) method set out in theConsultant Guidelines. 14.0   Furtherinformation Further information can be obtained attheaddress below at paragraph (12) during office hours from 8.00 to 12.00; 13.00to 16.00 hours local time (Monday to Friday, except national public holidays). 15.0    Submission Expressions of interest must bedelivered in a written form to the address below at paragraph (16) (in person,or by mail, or by e-mail) by16thJune ,2015. Late EOIs willbe rejected. The EOIs must be clearlymarked "Expression of Interest forIndividual Consultant on Environmental and Social Impact Assessment."  Applicationsshould enclose detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV), plus names of 3 (three)traceable referees. 16.0   Address for the Clarification,further detailsand submission of the EOIs: The SDP Project Coordinator, (Attn: The ProcurementSpecialist) Skills Development Project (SDP), Physical Address: NationalCouncil for Higher Education, HBHouse, Block A AlongPaul Kagame Road, Next to Chipiku Plus, Postal Address: Private Bag B371, Lilongwe3, Malawi. Phone  : +265 01 755 884 Email   : rchinula@nche.ac.mw :rchinula@gmail.com : fmazaza@nche.ac.mw :fynessmazaza@yahoo.co.uk

Malawi Floods ERL - P154803

Malawi Floods Emergency RecoveryProject | Published July 26, 2016  -  Deadline August 10, 2016
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The Mferp Seeks To Recruit A Consultant To Contribute To The Restoration Of The Limbe ? Makhanga Railway Section Lost Due To Flood Damages On Bridges, Culverts, Rail Line And Railway Infrastructure Facilities By Conducting Hydrology, Sedimentation, Climat THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF MALAWI MINISTRY OF FINANCE, ECONOMICPLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ? FIRMS SELECTION) COUNTRY: Malawi NAME OF PROJECT: Malawi Floods Emergency RecoveryProject Loan No./CreditNo.: P154803 Assignment Title:Hydrology, Sedimentation, Climate change and Topographical Studiesfor Flood damaged Railway betweenLimbeStation and Makhanga in Malawi . Reference No. 027/MFERP/S/16/03 Issue date:  27th   July, 2016 1.BACKGROUND (i)The Government of the Republic of Malawi has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Malawi Floods Emergency RecoveryProject, and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. (ii) The Limbe Station to the Makhanga section of the railway line is about 121km with several river crossings and following the January 2015 floods, the RuoRiver developed a new tributory and washed away several sections of the railway. As suchit will require major bridge and trackrehabilitation as well as reconstruction and railway realignment in certain places. Between Makhanga and Bangula, a distance of 9.7km,The railway crosses the Shire River and a wide flood plain just above the confluence of the RuoRiver at Chiromo. The original scope of work for the Sena Railway Rehabilitation Projectallowed for a preliminary design with the purpose of reinstating andrehabilitating the existing railway. The findings from the post-flood site visit in October 2015,suggested that, due to significant changes in the topography and hydrological characteristicscaused by the January 2015 floods, further surveys and investigations along theShire and Ruo rivers are to be undertaken to update the existing topographicalsurvey data and evaluate the risks posed by future flooding. 3.OBJECTIVES OF THE ASSIGNMENT The MFERP seeks to recruit a Consultant to contribute to the restoration of the Limbe ? Makhanga railway section lost due toflood damages on bridges,culverts, rail line and railway infrastructure facilities by conducting Hydrology, Sedimentation, ClimateChange and Topographical Studies for flood-damaged railways and evaluate the risks posed by future flooding. The consulting firmwill be required to register with the National Construction Industry Council (NCIC) should it be awarded the contract (if local)while international firms will be encouraged to associate themselves with qualified registered nationalfirms. . 4.Duration Themaximum duration of this assignment is          three (3) months and includes a period of four (4) weeks approximately for the Client to review and approve submitteddocuments 5.Specific Tasks to BePerformed 5.1 Land Survey 5.2 Hydrological Study of the Ruoand Shire rivers 5.3 Sedimentation Study of the Ruo and Shire rivers and 5.4 Environmental-Climate Change andClimate Resilience study 6)The shortlisting criteria The Secretary to the Treasury now invites eligible consultingfirms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide informationdemonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. Interested firms must provide information indicatingthatthey are qualified to perform the services. The shortlisting criteriaare: a)     Proof of specialization inHydrology, Sedimentation, Climate change and topographical studies of Railway b)    Experience in feasibilitystudies and detailed railway design(in particular geometric design, pavement design, materials investigations and safetyissues) c)     Proof to haveundertaken  hydrological  projects d)    Experience in topographicsurveys in rail infrastructure  works e)     Qualification and experience of Key staff of the firm f)     Experience in similarconditions 6)Conflict of Interest The attention of interested Consultants is drawn toparagraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDACredits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers January, 2011, setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest . Consultants may associate with other firms in the formof a joint venture or a subconsultancy to enhance their qualifications. 7.Selection Criteria A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the  Quality and Cost Based Selection(QCBS) method set out in the ConsultantGuidelines. 8)Furtherinformation Further information can be obtained at the address below at paragraph (10) during officehours from 8.00to 12.00; 13.00 to 16.00 hours local time (Monday to Friday, except national public holidays). 9.Submission Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the addressbelow at paragraph (10)  (in person, or by mail, orby e-mail) by 10th    August,2016. Late EOIs will be rejected. The EOIs mustbe Clearly marked "ExpressionOf Interest Hydrology, Sedimentation, Climate Change and Topographical Studies forFlood damaged railway between Limbe Station and Makhangain Malawi" 10.Address for the Clarification, furtherdetails and submission of the EOIs: The Project Coordinator (Att: The ProcurementSpecialist), Malawi Floods Emergency Recovery  Project, Physical Address: Malawi Floods Emergency Recovery  ProjectBuilding, Lilongwe Old Town, Off Kamuzu Procession Road, Opposite Lilongwe Town Hall( at theRoundabout) Postal Address: Private Bag A192 Lilongwe, Malawi. Phone               : +265 01753 163 Facsimile         : +265 01 750 388 Email               : info@mferp.org/goli.mwanza@mferp.org Signed The Chairperson (Internal Procurement Committee) MINISTRY OF FINANCE, ECONOMIC PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT