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Foreign economic-aid-related services

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH | Published December 17, 2016  -  Deadline February 1, 2017

The objective of the assignment is to support the government of Vietnam in the development of an economically and technically feasible net metering scheme focusing on solar rooftop installations within the framework of the pending feed-in tariff regulation. The aforementioned FiT regulation, under which the net metering policy would fall, contributes to the solar energy targets under the National Master Plan for Power Development and forms part of the government's strategy to foster the country's energy sector transformation to a low-carbon sustainable energy system through renewable energy diffusion.

The assignment described in this document should support the Electricity Regulatory Authority of Vietnam (ERAV) in achieving the objectives stated in the following points.

1. Description of expected outcomes.

The main expected outcome is:

— ERAV has the capacity to develop an economically and technically feasible net metering policy for the promotion of solar rooftops in Vietnam within the framework of the pending feed-in tariff regulation.

2. Description of expected outputs.

The main expected outputs are:

— Package of all necessary net metering documentation for solar rooftop installations and countrywide application has been designed and submitted to ERAV. Such material would include:

a. A draft regulatory decision with appropriate design features for a net metering policy and options have been discussed in an accompanied by a recommendation paper.

b. The necessary technical requirements for integration into the distribution grid.

c. Licensing templates:

— The net metering documents have been validated in a specific limited grid area.

— The overall economic and technical solar rooftop potential in Vietnam has been estimated.

— Key personnel from ERAV, the General Directorate of Energy (GDE) of the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) and Vietnam Electricity (EVN) have been instructed and are familiar with the net metering documentation and its application.

3. Scope of work:

The consultant(s) should structure their work in the five phases described in the tender documents:

Phase 1: Inception.

Phase 2: First draft of the net metering documents.

Phase 3: Impact assessment and document adaptation.

Phase 4: Implications of a country wide implementation.

Phase 5: Capacity building activities and final documents.

Services incidental to agricultural production

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH | Published January 20, 2017  -  Deadline February 23, 2017
To overcome more market orientation, development of economic structures, balanced diet and improving the productive infrastructure are offered. 

This includes:

a) an international long-term expert for up to 18 months specialist which will work in Lomé, Togo, for the management and control of the field of action C.

The He / She is a member of the management committee of the TC measure.

b) a regional / national long-term expert for up to 18 months specialist which will work in Lomé, Togo as a consultant / in for financial education (Financial Literacy);

c) a national long-term expert for up to 18 Specialist months, which is in Lome, Togo, in the agronomic advice Süd (Lomé) and work in support of the action-oriented monitoring;

d) is a national long-term expert for up to 18 Specialist months, which in Sokode, Togo, in the agronomic advice Central North (Sokodé) and in support of the action-oriented monitoring work;

e) a pool of international short-term experts for up to 4 months compartment;

f) a pool of national short-term experts for up to 5 months compartment.

This includes regular and active participation of the team leader / team leader of the contractor in meeting the management team and the entire team at project meetings and for joint planning.

The main qualifications and skills of the contractor are:

- Regional experience: Togo and / or in the region (West Africa);

- Extensive expertise in the development and delivery of agricultural financial services (in particular loans, insurance, savings products and payment systems);

- Extensive experience in the management of change processes and in cooperation with financial services (microcredit banks, cooperative banks);

- Previous experience with and knowledge of the German development cooperation.

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH | Published December 14, 2016  -  Deadline January 23, 2017

In support of the Department of Information Technology, GIZ requires the services of subcontractors in the fields

- Consulting

- Customizing and

- programming

in the SAP systems of GIZ and the associated interface programs. Furthermore, requires the GIZ programming services of a contractor in the ".NET region".

Framework agreement with a trader on the basis of EVB-IT service agreement on services of a contractor in the fields

- Consulting

- Customizing and

- programming

in the SAP HCM module of the GIZ and the associated interface programs.

Framework agreement with a trader on the basis of EVB-IT service agreement on services of a contractor in the fields

- Consulting

- Customizing and

- programming

in the SAP modules FI and CO GIZ and the associated interface programs.

Framework agreement with a trader on the basis of EVB-IT service agreement on services of a contractor in the fields

- Consulting

- Customizing and

- programming

in the SAP module BW / BI GIZ and the associated interface programs.

Framework agreement with a trader on the basis of EVB-IT service agreement on services of a contractor in the fields

- Consulting

- Customizing and

- programming

in the ".NET region" the GIZ and the associated interface programs.

Foreign economic-aid-related services

GIZ | Published January 10, 2017  -  Deadline February 14, 2017

The frame for the expected achievement through the Firm of consultants is the order for the program ‘Drought Resilience in Northern Kenya (DRP)’.

The objective of the program is: ‘County governments have improved the framework conditions to enhance drought resilience in consultation with other stakeholders.’.

In Kenya County governments face difficulties to enhance drought resilience in consultation with other relevant stakeholders. The objective of the TC measure “Drought Resilience in Northern Kenya (DRP)” is: “County governments have improved the framework conditions to enhance drought resilience in consultation with other stakeholders.”

The project focuses on Marsabit and Turkana Counties in northern Kenya. Field of action 1 strengthens the county governments’ capacities to implement policies and programs that contribute to enhancing drought resilience through improved knowledge sharing between the national government and other relevant stakeholders. Field of action 2 focuses on inclusive and holistic approaches to strengthen drought resilience. The relevant County authorities in Marsabit and Turkana will develop coordinated service systems in cooperation with NGOs, the private sector and grassroots organizations to strengthen drought resilience in selected agro-ecological areas. In field of action 3 the County governments and departments will be supported in knowledge-based planning, management and funding of measures for increased drought resilience. The Firm of Consultants is responsible for the implementation of the project/programme “Drought Resilience in Northern Kenya (DRP)” and their assignment will focus on all fields of actions. To achieve the objective, GIZ expects the Firm of Consultants to second one international and two national long-term experts (up to 18 month each) supported by a pool of international and national short-term experts. The Firm of consultants’ involvement will be steered by the GIZ expert responsible for the projects in Northern Kenya. The Firm of consultants is required to seek close cooperation with the other GIZ projects as well as development measures by other donors. Especially crucial is to feed in central lessons arising from the development and application of the approaches for field of action 2 as well as to improve planning methodologies and tools at county level with a focus on bottom-up, participative planning approaches.

Foreign economic-aid-related services

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH | Published December 24, 2016  -  Deadline February 2, 2017

As result of the 4th Call for NAMA Support Projects (NSPs), the most ambitious and feasible NSPs receive financial support for the detailed preparation and elaboration of a NSP proposal including the identification of a NAMA Support Organisation (NSO). The NSO is to act as contracting partner for the implementation of the NSP and is thus responsible and accountable for the proper delivery of funds and/or services.

The NAMA Facility is a multi-donor climate protection programme and supports developing countries and emerging economies in implementing transformational Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs). The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH is commissioned to implement the NAMA Facility among others by providing the Technical Support Unit (TSU) as a secretariat for the NAMA Facility and to act as an NAMA Facility Grant Agent to provide the funding to individual NAMA Support Projects.

As result of the 4th Call for NAMA Support Projects (NSPs), the most ambitious and feasible NSPs receive financial support for the detailed preparation and elaboration of a NSP proposal including the identification of a NAMA Support Organisation (NSO). The NSO is to act as contracting partner for the implementation of the NSP and is thus responsible and accountable for the proper delivery of funds and/or services.

The TSU is mandated by the Donors of the NAMA Facility to evaluate the NSP proposal. This includes a) An enhanced due diligence assessment of the NSO and partner structure with regard to their suitability and capability to implement the NSP as well as b) The feasibility assessment of the NSP concept and financial mechanisms as laid out in the proposal. For these 2 assessments, the TSU is seeking support from external consultants with relevant expertise.

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