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EOI – Côte d’Ivoire - Junior Consultant Position to work on the Ethiopian Tax Reform Study – EDRE.2 – 03 2015

 | Published March 26, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR A JUNIOR CONSULTANT AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK Immeuble CCIA, Rue Jean-Paul II – Plateau 01 BP 1387 Abidjan 01 Côte d’Ivoire Development Research Department (EDRE) Research, Networking and Partnerships Division (EDRE.2) Expressions of Interests are requested for a Junior Consultant Position to work on the Ethiopian Tax Reform Study Brief Description of the assignment: Ethiopian Tax Reform Study Department making the request: EDRE/EDRE.2 Place of assignment: Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire Duration of assignment: 3 months Expected start date of the assignment: 13 April, 2015 Last date for expressing interest: 03 April, 2015 Expression of interest to be submitted to: d.gurara@afdb.org & a.jlassi@afdb.org Any questions/ clarifications needed to be addressed to Daniel Gurara at d.gurara@afdb.org Terms of reference 1. Background The Development Research Department of the African Development Bank is undertaking a comprehensive study on tax reform effectiveness in Ethiopia. The aim of the research project is to analyze the effectiveness of sales register machine in fighting corruption and fraud with a view to distilling policy lessons to inform future policy in Ethiopia and other African countries. The studies will involve a number of activities including data collection and field visits. A major publication is envisaged focusing on key policy issues emerging from the study. The Development Research Department intends to hire a junior consultant for the study to be part of the team working on the project. The consultant is expected to assist on literature review, data analysis and provide analytical input to the study. 2. Objective and Activities of the Assignment As a member of the research team working on the project, the consultant will undertake the following tasks: I. Merge several data files and arranging them for analysis. II. Produce descriptive statistics III. Undertake econometric estimations IV. Produce publication-quality tables and graphs that can be used in the final report V. Assist in reviewing the relevant literature both on taxation and econometric tools. 3. Work Schedule The consultancy will cover a period of three working months. The consultant will be available for clarifications and answer any follow-up questions, as required. 4. Required Qualification I. At least a Master’s degree (or its university equivalent) in Economics (preferably development economics) or a related development field. II. Proven experience in data organization and analysis III. Competence in the use of standard software (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint) as well as Stata is compulsory. IV. English and French are the working languages of the African Development Bank. For this assignment a good command of English (oral and written) is required. Knowledge of other language is an advantage. V. Minimum of two years of experience in a similar multilateral institution or any other institution engaged in research activities. VI. Be a national of one of the member countries of the Bank VII. Be under 32 years of age. 5. Remuneration The Consultant will be paid a monthly lump sum for the entire period commensurate with the number of years of experience.

Recruitment of National Consultant to support for establishing financial reporting systems, setting up project(s) in ATLAS, and finalization of the programme budget.

United Nations Development Programme | Published May 14, 2015  -  Deadline May 25, 2015
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UNDP is a founding cosponsor of the Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), a partner of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, and a co-sponsor of several other international health partnerships. UNDP’s work on HIV, health and development leverages the organization’s core strengths and mandates in human development, governance and capacity development to complement the efforts of specialist health-focused UN agencies.  UNDP delivers three types of support to countries in HIV, health and development. Please note that interested and potential  consultant can dowload all the Bid Documents using the link : .http://procurement-notices.undp.org/view_notice.cfm?notice_id=22281

Consultant to Study on the Financial Sustainability of the AMDC (African Minerals Development Centre)

United Nations Development Programme | Published October 15, 2014  -  Deadline October 23, 2014
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~~The African Mining Vision (AMV) was adopted by African Heads of State and Government in February 2009. It represents a response by African Ministers to the paradox of living in a continent with huge natural resources that exist alongside pervasive poverty and disparities. It is innovative in that it goes beyond making improvements to mining regimes in countries, to establishing how mining can better and genuinely contribute to local, national and regional development. Locally, it considers how workers and communities can derive sustainable benefits from mining, while also protecting their environment. The AMV proposes a paradigm shift away from a model of extractive resource exploitation based on a high dependency on international export markets that has proven unable to bring socio-economic development to Africa. In doing so, it addresses the longstanding paradox of a continent endowed with abundant natural resources, but still faced with high levels of poverty and disparity among African populations. Accordingly, the main objective of the AMV has been to shift from the current and dominant “resource-for-development” model, to one that could bring about a structural transformation of African economies by using mineral resources to catalyse broad-based and inclusive growth and development of Africa’s resource markets, and foster economic diversification and industrialization throughout the continent. Through targeted policy reforms, the AMV seeks to address the structural flaws characterized by the mono sectoral nature of mining activities and weakened institutional capacity. To implement the Vision, the AU Heads of State in 2012, approved the establishment of the African Minerals Development Centre (AMDC) to provide strategic operational and coordination support to AU Member States. The Instruction from the Ministers was that the AMDC should be established as an operational centre by the end of 2013. AMDC was formally launched on the margins of the Third AU Conference of Ministers Responsible for Mineral Resources Development in Maputo, Mozambique. On the institutionalisation and sustainability of the AMDC, it was agreed among other things that the next bureau meeting should consider a report from the AUC in order to decide on the hosting arrangements for the AMDC, funding mechanism and the AUC should commission a comprehensive study on alternative scenarios for the final form of the AMDC for consideration and adoption by the 4th AU Conference of Ministers Responsible for Mineral Resources. Further, the Executive Council which met in Malabo in June 2014 took note of the on-going continental efforts towards establishing the African Minerals Development Centre )AMDC_ as an implementing arm of the African Mining Vision (AMV) and REDIRECTED the AUC to expedite the process of institutionalising the AMDC as a permanent structure. In response to the above, the First Bureau Meeting of the Third Ordinary Session of the Conference of Ministers Responsible for Mineral Resources Development met at Ministerial level on 13 August 2014 at the Epic Sana Hotel in Luanda, Angola. The objective of the meeting was to review progress on the institutionalization of the African Minerals Development Centre (AMDC) and prepare for the first extraordinary session of the AU Conference of Ministers Responsible for Mineral Resources Development. The Bureau Meeting, having considered the Reports submitted by the AUC, made the following recommendations: • On the Report of AMDC institutionalization and Sustainability Framework, the following emerged;  That AMDC be established as a specialized agency of the African union with a degree of flexibility and autonomy but without AU Member States losing ownership;  In this regard, the provisions of the draft Statute should be aligned with this option;  AUC was further requested to undertake an analysis on different financing mechanisms with appropriate details to enable decision-making by the Extraordinary Session of Ministers. • On the collaboration between AUC and Southern and Eastern African Minerals Centre (SEAMIC) and the proposal on future areas of cooperation between the SEAMIC and AMDC, the following emerged;  A comprehensive study of all the existing regional centres of excellence involved in mineral resources be conducted by AUC and submitted to the extraordinary session in Zambia/Zimbabwe,  The need for collaboration between the AMDC and the existing regional centres of excellence should be reflected in the draft statute of AMDC.

Firm Level Consultancy Service to Develop National Forest Action Program for Ethiopia

United Nations Development Programme | Published September 1, 2015  -  Deadline September 30, 2015
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The consultant firm is expected to review various policy documents, strategies, scientific studies and reports related to forestry and other land uses. Clear understanding of the biophysical (land degradation, deforestation drivers, forest development etc) and socioeconomic (livelihoods, culture etc) context of Ethiopia is required in order to design an action program relevant for the coming decade or so. More specifically, the consulting firm will review and analyze existing situation; define detailed action programs and prepare synthesis report.

National Consultancy Firm for Data Collection, Organizing and Verification

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

ET-Protect. Basic Serv. Phase II(FY09) - P103022

 | Published February 16, 2016
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Selection & Employment Of A Consulting Firm For The Independent Procurement Audit/review Of Promoting Basic Service (pbs) Phase Iii Consultants' names Charles Kendall &Partners ltd AHConsulting Spa Infosuv East Africa ltd Global Procurement Consultants ltd/GPCL/ Daniel Thirion International ?DTI Life Consult plc. City/Country United Kingdom Uganda Kenya India USA Ethiopia Status: Evaluated Consultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm Awarded Consultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm Technical Evaluation 58.58 58.24 69.50 60.90 66.76 66.10 Financial Evaluation 5.92 13.47 20.00 9.22 4.84 16.53 Combined Evaluation 64.50 71.71 89.50 70.12 71.60 82.63 Criteria (score) (score) (score) (score) (score) (score) Specific experience 9.25 8.5 7 8.5 9 9 Adequacy proposed methodology 25 27.25 23.5 22.5 26.5 24 Adequacy of proposed key staffs 38.98 43.63 39.67 43.25 43.08 39.63 Participation of national key staffs 0 7.5 2.67 1.87 4.87 10 Total score 73.23 86.88 72.8 76.12 83.45 82.63 Price as read out Currency USD 153,691.00 USD 91,100.00 USD 61,350.00 USD 133,085.00 USD 198,418.00 ETB 1,575,420.00 ETB 1,135,752 _ _ _ _ _ _ ETB 1,165,069.00 _ _ Final Evaluation Pricein ETB 4,397,997.17 1,933,688.60 1,302,215.10 2,824,862.21 5,376,689.47 1,575,420 Final Negotiated Price _ _ USD61,350.00 _ _ _

National Consultancy Service to Develop National Disaster Risk Management (DRM) Plan

United Nations Development Programme | Published November 26, 2014  -  Deadline December 3, 2014
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~~The overall goal of the intended consultancy service is therefore to develop a national DRM plan that serves as a tool to guide the future of DRM programming in the country; and which presents key priorities in the DRM sector along with simple and operational methods, resource management structures, strategic engagements, and programme logic. The plan will clearly translate the DRM SPIF and related policy priorities in to unified action plan crossing from short term operational plan through long term foresight plan along with SMART deliverables. Given the above stated objectives of the assignment thus, the National consultant will help and closely work with the International Consultant to develop a DRM plan that considers the following key aspects among others. 1. A brief background to DRM in Ethiopia (nature and magnitude of major disasters, GoE’s/UNDP’s engagement in DRM, trends in DRM programming, etc) 2. Proposed long term and short term strategic engagements in DRM with a conceptual framework in line with the DRM SPIF 3. Challenges, progress, and the way forward in development of capacity, institutional mechanisms, and policy frameworks on DRM in Ethiopia. 4. Clear guidance on DRM planning exercise and implementation. 5. Detailed national DRM plan with results and resources framework (programme logic) 6.  Programme monitoring and evaluation framework, transition strategy, and sustainability.

Recruitment of Individual International Consultant to develop Programme document on climate Resilient and Sustainable Development.

United Nations Development Programme | Published May 26, 2015  -  Deadline June 8, 2015
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Ethiopia has registered double digit annual economic growth rate during the last decade. The Government of Ethiopia’s Growth and Transformation Plan puts forward that this growth rate will be maintained to elevate the country to middle income status by the year 2025.The International Monetary Fund (IMF) expects Ethiopia to become one of the world’s fastest growing countries over the coming years. In Ethiopia, as the economy depends on natural resources, most sectors, including agriculture, water, energy and industry are easily affected by the climatic change. However, the poorest with the least options for coping strategies are the first and hardest hit. Thus, addressing climate change and building resilience has important economic, environmental, social, equity and human rights dimensions. Preliminary projections suggest that climate change can have a sizeable impact that ranges in order of annual 7-8% of GDP loss, with stronger impacts in later decades and on the poor due to low adaptation and resilience, which makes climate adaptation an imperative to sustain the country’s economic growth.

ET Competitiveness and Job Creation Proj - P143302

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

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

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

ET ROAD SEC. DEV. PROG.. - P000755

N/A | Published June 27, 2016
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Consultant Award Contract Award Project: P000755-ET ROAD SEC. DEV. PROG Bid/Contract ReferenceNo : ET-TA-ET-35-CS-QCBS Procurement Method: QCBS-Quality And Cost-Based Selection Scope of Contract:Testingand Validating STEP System. Not a real Contract

ET-Promoting Basic Services Phase III - P128891

 | Published February 16, 2016
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Independent Procurement Audit For Promotion Basic Service Phase Iii Consultants' names Charles Kendall & Partners ltd AH Consulting Spa Infosuv East Africaltd Global Procurement Consultantsltd/GPCL/ Daniel Thirion International?DTI Life Consultplc. City/Country United Kingdom Uganda Kenya India USA Ethiopia Status: Evaluated Consultant/Firm EvaluatedConsultant/Firm AwardedConsultant/Firm EvaluatedConsultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm Technical Evaluation 58.58 58.24 69.50 60.90 66.76 66.10 Financial Evaluation 5.92 13.47 20.00 9.22 4.84 16.53 CombinedEvaluation 64.50 71.71 89.50 70.12 71.60 82.63 Criteria (score) (score) (score) (score) (score) (score) Specificexperience 9.25 8.5 7 8.5 9 9 Adequacyproposed methodology 25 27.25 23.5 22.5 26.5 24 Adequacy ofproposed key staffs 38.98 43.63 39.67 43.25 43.08 39.63 Participation ofnational key staffs 0 7.5 2.67 1.87 4.87 10 Totalscore 73.23 86.88 72.8 76.12 83.45 82.63 Price as read out Currency USD 153,691.00 USD 91,100.00 USD 61,350.00 USD 133,085.00 USD 198,418.00 ETB 1,575,420.00 ETB 1,135,752 _ _ _ _ _ _ ETB 1,165,069.00 _ _ Final Evaluation Price in ETB 4,397,997.17 1,933,688.60 1,302,215.10 2,824,862.21 5,376,689.47 1,575,420 Final Negotiated Price _ _ USD 61,350.00 _ _ _

Ethiopia: ASM Support (JSDF) - P125487

 | Published May 10, 2016
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Preparation Of Training Materials And Delivery Of Training To Trainers In Mining Activities And Introduction Of Improved Tools To Asm Communities And Regulatory Institutions Contract Awarded by QCBS, Project Name:JSDF Grant for support toimprovethe Economic, Social and Environmental sustainability of Artisanal Miners Country: Ethiopia Project Number: TF098807-ET Contract Reference No:  MOM/JSDF/c-6 Scope of Contract: For Preparation of Training Materials and Delivery of Training to Trainers in Mining Activities and Introductionof Improved Tools to ASM communities andRegulatory Institutions Method of Selection: Quality and cost based selection Method (QCBS) Duration of Contract: FiveMonths Contract Signature Date: 7th March 2016 Evaluation Currency: Ethiopian Birr Awarded Consultant Firm Name: M/s Estelle Levin Limited(ELL) and SuDCA Development Consultant Address: UK Technical score: 74.56 %(of 80%) Financial score: 20% (of 20%) Final evaluation price (in evaluationcurrency): ETB 5,379,448.58 Final score: 94.56 (Weighted scores of 100%) Final ranking: 1st Final negotiated price (in evaluationcurrency): ETB 5,379,448.58 Evaluated Consultant(s)/Firm Name: Resource Consulting Services Ltd (RCSL) and JEMA International ConsultingPLC Address: UK Technical score: 69.56% (of 80%) Financial score: 13.03 % (of 20%) Final evaluation price (in evaluationcurrency): ETB 8,254,346.54 Final score:82.59% (Weighted scores of 100%) Final ranking: 2nd

Recruitment of National Finance Consultant to support to analyze and set-up of Financial Systems and projects in ATLAS for implementation of Global Fund.

United Nations Development Programme | Published June 10, 2015  -  Deadline June 22, 2015
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The Bureau for Policy and Programme Support (BPPS) has corporate responsibility for developing all relevant policy and guidance to support the results of UNDP’s Strategic Plan.  BPPS’s staff provides technical advice to Country Offices; advocates UNDP corporate messages, represents UNDP at multi-stakeholder fora including public-private dialogues, government and civil society dialogue initiatives, South-South and Triangular cooperation initiatives and engages in UN inter-agency coordination in specific thematic areas

National Consultancy Service to Develop Community Based Disaster Risk Management (CBDRM Manual) Manual

United Nations Development Programme | Published November 26, 2014  -  Deadline December 3, 2014
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~~The overall goal of the intended consultancy service is therefore to develop a CBDRM manual that presents simple and applied community-friendly methodologies through which at-risk communities can identify, analyze, respond to, and monitor and evaluate disaster risks. Given the above stated objectives of the assignment thus, the consultant will develop a CBDRM manual that considers the following key aspects among others. 1. A brief review of major disaster risks in the country along with their implication on Resilience Building. 2. Process of CBDRM in terms of planning, community involvement, participatory disaster risk identification, Implementation, and monitoring and evaluation. 3. Simplistic and applied community-friendly methodologies through which at-risk communities can identify, analyze, respond to, and monitor and evaluate disaster risks. 4. Gaps and good practices so far in the country in terms of employing CDDRM 5. Policy and Programmatic considerations as to how to introduce effective CBDRM 6. Strategies for strengthening and putting in place responsive institutional mechanisms and capacities for effective CBDRM. 7. Proposed financing options for effective CBDRM at national level.

Elect. Network Reinforcement & Expansio - P119893

 | Published October 5, 2015
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It Training For Eep Ict Department Staff QCBS, Contract AwardNotice Scope of Contract: IT Training for ICT Department staff  ofEEP Minimum Qualifying Technical Score: 75 Consultants'names Techno Brain IT Solution ITSC Neuronet Symphony City/Country Addis Ababa /Ethiopia AddisAbaba/Ethiopia AddisAbaba/ Ethiopia AddisAbaba /Ethiopia Status: Awarded Consultant/Firm EvaluatedConsultant/Firm EvaluatedConsultant/Firm EvaluatedConsultant/Firm TechnicalScore 92.45 75.59 64.87 47.64 FinancialScore 80.38 100.00 -------------- --------- CombinedScore 90.04 80.47 Criteria SpecificExperience (score) 10 (score) 7 (score) 7 (score) 7 Work Plan& Methodology 2910 20.1 25.2 13.20 KeyExperts 49.90 32.77 38.70 27.44 Training -- --- -- --- Localinput 3.45 5 4.69 0 Price as readout 3,756,900.00ETB 2,595,308.50ETB ----- ------ Final EvaluationPrice 3,756,900.00ETB 3,019,808.50ETB ----- ------ Final NegotiatedPrice 3,756,900.00ETB ----- ------ Rank 1 2 Other Shortlisted Consultant(s)/Firm(s)(these will be all that "Proposal submitted =no") Consultants'names Site power Training Center TORQUEIT City/Country UAE SouthAfrica ProposalSubmitted: No No

EOI – Ethiopia - Consulting Services - Market Research and Feasibility Study – 05 2015

 | Published May 8, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES) Ethiopia Market Research and Feasibility Study Energy sector The dVentus Technologies PLC has received financing from the African Development Bank toward the cost of financing certain expenditures required for the commercial scale up of the company’s product design and development facility into a local manufacturing facility focusing on energy efficient products such as Smart Electric Meter and Smart Power Converter, and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this grant to payments under the contract for Market Research and Feasibility Study. Ethiopia is on an ambitious journey to become a completely carbon-neutral economy in 2025 and to this end it is seeking to: (i) add to its renewable energy mix by adding more wind power to its largely hydro generation, and (ii) improve the efficiency of the distribution infrastructure by introducing smart grid solutions into its distribution system. Having this in mind, dVentus is working on local manufacturing capacity of generator and power converters for utility scale wind turbines and a smart electric meter for smart grid applications and smart water meters. The Market research and Feasibility Study, to be completed within 12 weeks, will include the following services:  Market research in Ethiopia, the region and other emerging markets; and feasibility studies for:  Smart Electric meters and system  Smart water meters and system  Develop marketing and sales strategy and tools  Complete business plan and financing strategy The dVentus Technologies PLC now invites eligible consultants to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). Consultants may constitute joint-ventures to enhance their chances of qualification. The Consultant has to be one of the major Global Business/ Marketing Consultancy firms, with experience in sub-Saharan Africa and in particular East Africa is compulsory. Experience in Ethiopia is an added advantage. It is desirable that the Consultant has experience with technology startups, and specifically in the energy and utility provision sectors. Eligibility criteria, establishment of the short-list and the selection procedure shall be in accordance with the African Development Bank’s “Rules and Procedures for the use of Consultants” [May 2008 Edition Revised July 2012], which is available on the Bank’s website at http://www.afdb.org. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours [09:00 to 17:00 hours (GMT + 3]. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by 26 May 2015 at 17:00 hours and mention “Market Research and Feasibility Study”. Attn: dVentus Technologies PLC Minassie Girma, Procurement Specialist Lafto-Lebu Industry Zone, Ring Service Road Tel: +251-114 198 842/3; +251-912 600 114 Facsimile (fax): +251-114 196 177 E-mail: minassie.girma@dventus.com

EOI – Ethiopia - Consulting services - Smart Meters Product Certification – 08 2015

 | Published August 26, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES) Ethiopia Smart Meters Product Certification Energy/Utility Sector The dVentus Technologies PLC has received financing from the African Development Bank through the Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (SEFA) toward the cost of the financing certain expenditures required for the commercial scale up of the company’s product design and development facility into a local manufacturing facility focusing on energy efficient products such as Smart Electric Meter and Smart Power Converter, and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this grant to payments under the contract for Smart Meters Product Certification. Despite the fact that Ethiopia was one of the few African countries formulating and implementing a full-fledged Industrial Sector Development Policy (ISDP) since the early 2000s, the contribution of the Industrial Sector to country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) remains static at 14%, significantly below the African’s Continent average currently at 30.6%. The ultimate goal of the ISDP is to increase the share and benefits earned from the global integration with an ultimate goal of becoming an industrialized country. The ISDP is based on a broader development vision that gives agriculture a leading role in the industrialization process of the country by exploring synergies with industries that privilege exportations. Concrete intervention areas of the ISDP include: (i) creation of a conducive business environment, and (ii) provision of direct support for selected sectors. The Smart Meters Product Certification is to be completed within 12 weeks. Services to be completed included under this project are:  Certification of dVentus single phase smart electric meter  Certification of dVentus three phases smart electric meter  Certification of dVentus Digital smart water meter  Facilitate and provide training on Meter data Management Systems  Procure Pre-certification Equipment and prototype parts for single phase, three phase, and water meter, as per the Bank’s rules and procedures The dVentus Technologies PLC now invites eligible consultants to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). Consultants may constitute joint-ventures to enhance their chances of qualification. The Consultant has to have demonstrable experience in testing, procurement, and processing product certification. It is desirable that the Consultant has experience with technology development, and specifically in the energy and utility provision sectors. Eligibility criteria, establishment of the short-list and the selection procedure shall be in accordance with the African Development Bank’s “Rules and Procedures for the use of Consultants” [May 2008 Edition Revised July 2012, which is available on the Bank’s website at http://www.afdb.org. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours [09:00 to 17:00 hours (GMT + 3)]. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by Monday September 14th 2015 at 17:00 hours [GMT + 3] and mention “Smart Meters Product Certification”. Attn: dVentus Technologies PLC Minassie Girma, Procurement Specialist Lafto-Lebu Industry Zone, Ring Service Road Tel: +251-114 198 842/3; +251-912 600 114 Facsimile (fax): +251-114 196 177 E-mail: minassie.girma@dventus.com

Recruitment of International Consultant to provide support for the start-up of finance activities for the grant, sub-recipient contracting systems, setting up project(s) in ATLAS.

United Nations Development Programme | Published May 14, 2015  -  Deadline May 25, 2015
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The consultancy is specifically for start-up activities, to support budget development, grant negotiation, development of SR agreements and to assist in putting in place financial systems for the project.  The intended result is to have a positive impact on the overall programme efficiency in financial resource management and success in introduction and implementation of operational strategies, including with the SRs. Accurate, thoroughly researched and documented financial information, timely and appropriate delivery of services, timely quality reporting to ensure Global Fund/LFA satisfaction and enhanced UNDP credibility in use of financial resources, and if necessary, capacity building of SR financial management systems..... APPLICATION INSTRUCTION: Strictly follow the instructions indicated in the Procurement Notice uploaded hereto DOCUMENTS REQUIRED: The following proposals must be prepared as per the prescribed standard format accompanied in the Procurement Notice. The Proposals shall be submitted before application deadline May 25, 2015 via UNDP Ethiopia Secured mail address: procurement.et@undp.org Technical Proposal in pdf Financial Proposal in pdf Please note that these proposals shall be submitted to the designated secured email into two files but in one email unless both Files are Greater than 9MB IMPORTANT NOTE: Failing to submit anyone of the documents stated above will automatically disqualify the candidate from further technical evaluation; Those prospect consultants who fail to submit both Technical and Financial proposals as per the STANDARD FORMAT and to the designated secured email will not be further considered for evaluation. EMAIL SUBJECT LINE WHILE SUBMITTING PROPOSAL: While submitting your proposals to procurement.et@undp.org be sure your email subject line is : RSC-IC-2015-12

Firm Level Consultancy Service for developing a portal for e-Learning and knowledge sharing using corporate NEPAD Agency branding in Drupal platform on LAMP stack.

United Nations Development Programme | Published May 14, 2015  -  Deadline May 21, 2015
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The NEPAD Agency is seeking a Consultant firm (the term consultant is used for the purpose of the terms of reference) to develop a portal for the e-Learning and Knowledge Sharing using corporate NEPAD Agency branding in Drupal platform on LAMP stack. The expected platform should go live between June and July 2015 at the African Union summit that will be held in June 15, 2015. NEPAD Agency wishes also to seek services from the same select vendor to develop a mobile application to allow users and the public to access information about economic indicators, and results of its economic outreach policies over an iPhone, iPad and Android mobile and tablet devices. This application will be part of the NEPAD Agency Open Data Initiative to make development data and information more accessible and easier to use. Users will create their own data tables and charts from NEPAD Agency data on the various economic indicators for all the African countries. This data can be used in presentations, projects, and shared via email. Users can also search and view selections of the data by topic based on powerful search mechanisms. The application will be a useful tool for students, professors, economists, researchers – or anyone wanting to learn more and explore African economic indicators and trends. The expected mobile applications should go live in June 2015......... APPLICATION INSTRUCTION: Strictly follow the instructions indicated in the Procurement Notice uploaded hereto DOCUMENTS REQUIRED: The following proposals must be prepared as per the prescribed standard format accompanied in the Procurement Notice. The Proposals shall be submitted before application deadline May 21, 2015 via UNDP Ethiopia Secured mail address: procurement.et@undp.org Technical Proposal in pdf Financial Proposal in pdf Please note that these proposals shall be submitted to the designated secured email into two files but in one email unless both Files are Greater than 9MB IMPORTANT NOTE: Failing to submit anyone of the documents stated above will automatically disqualify the candidate from further technical evaluation; Those prospect consultants who fail to submit both Technical and Financial proposals as per the STANDARD FORMAT and to the designated secured email will not be further considered for evaluation. EMAIL SUBJECT LINE WHILE SUBMITTING PROPOSAL: While submitting your proposals to procurement.et@undp.org be sure your email subject line is : RSC-RFP-2015-05