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EOI – Mauritius - Consulting services - International Independent Panel of Experts for Technical Assistance and Capacity Building for Dam Development – 02 2015

 | Published February 19, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES) MAURITIUS Technical Assistance and Capacity Building for Dam Development Water Sector Financing Agreement reference: 5500155007601 Project ID No.: P-MU-EAZ-001 The Government of Mauritius/Ministry of Energy and Public Utilities has received financing from the African Development Bank toward the cost of the Technical Assistance and Capacity Building for Dam Development, and intends to apply the agreed amount for this grant to payments under the contract for the appointment of an International Independent Panel of Experts for Technical Assistance and Capacity Building for Dam Development. The Government of Mauritius/Ministry of Energy and Public Utilities intends to hire the services of an International Independent Panel of Experts (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Panel’) on an “as and when required basis” to provide expert services and advice on dam development, including dam design and construction under a proposed Middle Income Country grant provided by the African Development Bank over a period of 24 months from the date of commencement of services, tentatively scheduled for mid of 2015. The EOI is expected to lead to a call by the Ministry of Energy and Public Utilities (MEPU) for a request to quote for the said Expert Services from those experts who would be shortlisted. Selection of the experts will be made by the MEPU on an individual basis. The composition of the Independent Panel of Experts is as follows: (i) One Dam Design and Construction Expert (Team Leader) (ii) One Engineering Geology/Geotechnical Expert (iii) One Hydrologist (iv) One Environmental and Social Safeguard Expert The services included under this project are mainly that the Experts on the Panel shall be expected to perform the following activities: (i) Riviere des Anguilles Dam:  review existing feasibility study report;  review and advise on the Terms of Reference of the design consultancy;  review and advise on reports submitted by the Consultant including Inception, Geotechnical and Hydrological reports on dam design; and  review and advise on prequalification and bidding documents prepared by the Consultant. (ii) La Ferme Dam:  review existing feasibility study and design reports; and  review and advise on prequalification and bidding documents prepared by the Consultant. (iii) Bagatelle Dam:  provide technical advisory services during construction works, as and when required; and  advise on claims submitted by the Contractor. The Panel shall be attached to the Ministry of Energy and Public Utilities (MEPU). The Ministry of Energy and Public Utilities now invites eligible individual consultants to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (documents, CVs, reference to similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, etc.). Please, note that interest expressed by a Consultant does not imply any obligation on the part of MEPU to include him/her in the shortlist. 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, as revised in July 2012 or as amended from time to time], which is available on the Bank’s website at http://www.afdb.org. Interested individual consultants may obtain further information at the address below. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by 5 March 2015 at 14:00 (Mauritian time) and mention “Expert Services for Technical Assistance and Capacity Development for Dam Development”. Attn: The Senior Chief Executive Ministry of Energy and Public Utilities Level 10, Air Mauritius Centre John Kennedy Street Port-Louis, Mauritius Fax: +230 208 6497 E-mail: mpu@govmu.org

EOI – Mauritius - Consultancy Assessing Fiscal Risks from Public Enterprises – 07 2015

 | Published July 20, 2015
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Invitation for Expression of Interest (EOI) for Consultancy Services Republic of Mauritius Improving Framework for Assessing Fiscal Risks from Public Enterprises Sector: Debt Management Project ID No P-MU-KAO-002 Grant No 5500155004101 The Ministry of Finance and Economic Development (MOFED) of the Republic of Mauritius has received a technical assistance grant from the African Development Bank (AFDB) through the Middle Income Countries Trust Fund for financing the Debt Management Capacity Building Project. Part of the grant is designed for meeting the cost for the above consultancy services. The task of the Consultant will be to provide advice and assistance in improving legal provisions, procedures and processes for assessing fiscal risks from public enterprises (PEs), and on methodology and template for discounting of PEs debt. He/she will also conduct make a report on fiscal risks from PEs and provide training on application of the revised template. The assignment will involve provision of technical assistance for a period of 28 days. The MOFED is inviting interested individual consultants from Member States and State Participants of AFDB to indicate their interest in providing this service. Interested consultants must provide details of their capability and experience relevant to the proposed assignment. 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. MOFED is under no obligation to shortlist any consultant who expresses interest. The EOI should be sent by e-mail to the address below by not later than 13:00 hours (local time) on 31 July 2015 and must be clearly marked: ‘EOI Consultancy Assessing Fiscal Risks from Public Enterprises’: The Financial Secretary, Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Attention: K. Guptar, Financial Adviser Port Louis, Mauritius Tel: (+230) 201 1577 Email: kguptar@govmu.org Additional information may be obtained from Mr K. Guptar at the above-mentioned address on working days between 9:00 hrs and 16:00 hrs ( Phone No 230 201 1577).

EOI - Mauritius - Consultancy Assessing Fiscal Risks from Public Enterprises – 02 2015

 | Published February 2, 2015
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Request for Expression of Interest (EOI) for Consultancy Services Republic of Mauritius Improving Framework for Assessing Fiscal Risks from Public Enterprises Sector: Debt Management Project ID No P-MU-KAO-002 Grant No 5500155004101 The Ministry of Finance and Economic Development (MOFED) of the Republic of Mauritius has received a technical assistance grant from the African Development Bank (AFDB) through the Middle Income Countries Trust Fund for financing the Debt Management Capacity Building Project. Part of the grant is designed for meeting the cost for the above consultancy services. The task of the Consultant will be to provide advice and assistance in improving legal provisions, procedures and processes for assessing fiscal risks from public enterprises (PEs), and on reviewing the methodology and template for discounting of PEs debt. He/she will prepare a report on fiscal risks from PEs and provide training on the application of the revised template. The assignment will involve provision of technical assistance for a period of 28 days. The MOFED is inviting interested individual consultants from Member States and State Participants of AFDB to indicate their interest in providing this service. Interested consultants must provide details of their capability and experience relevant to the proposed assignment. 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. MOFED is under no obligation to shortlist any consultant who expresses interest. The EOI should be sent by e-mail to the address below by not later than 13:00 hours (local time) on 18 February2015 and must be clearly marked: ‘EOI Consultancy Assessing Fiscal Risks from Public Enterprises’: The Financial Secretary, Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Attention: Manager, Procurement and Supply Port Louis, Mauritius Tel: (+230) 2012580 Email: jjoymongul@govmu.org Further particulars on the assignment may be obtained from the Public Procurement Portal at http://publicprocurement.gov.mu. Additional information may be obtained from Mr K. Guptar, Financial Adviser , Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Port Louis, Mauritius on working days between 9:00 hrs and 16:00 hrs ( Phone No 230 201 1577; Email : kguptar@govmu.org).

Consulting Services for the design, dossier preparation and editing of technical booklets on PV power generation in English and French Versions - RFP/MAR2016/003

UNDP Country Office - MAURITIUS - MAURITIUS | Published September 16, 2016  -  Deadline October 13, 2016
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Project Description and ObjectivesThe project, “Removal of Barriers to Solar PV Power Generation in Mauritius, Rodrigues and the Outer Islands”, is funded by Global Environment Facility (GEF) and supported by UNDP, to promote and accelerate a climate-friendly solution to the energy situation in Mauritius through harnessing its abundant solar radiation for PV-based electricity generation to supply the grid. The project’s goal is to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by creating favourable legal, regulatory and market environment and building institutional, administrative and technical capacities to promote the utilisation of the country’s favourable solar radiation potential for PV grid-connected electricity generation.Scope of WorksThe project management team intends to publish a booklet that will give a brief introduction to solar photovoltaic technology, its applications, benefits and opportunities for going solar in Mauritius as well as the lessons learnt during the project lifecycle: technical requirements, possible sources of funding, suppliers in the local market, the legal frameworks, operations and maintenance and environment benefits.The consultant will design, prepare the contents and set the layouts for one booklet in English and another booklet in French. (See RFP document, annex 4 : Detailed Terms of Reference)Project ID: 00076772 Removal of Barriers to Solar PV Power Generation in Mauritius, Rodrigues & Outer IslandsDeadline for submission of Proppsal: 13 October 2016, 14.00 hrs. Mauritius Time.Deadline for submitting requests for clarifications/ questions: 29 September 2016, 10.00 hrs. UTC (14.00 hrs, Mauritius Time).Annexes to RFP:RFP/MAR2016/003 : Signed RFP (16 September 2016)Annex 2: Form for Submitting Service Provider’s Proposal (16 September 2016) .

Consulting Services for the design, dossier preparation and editing of technical booklets on PV power generation in English and French Versions - RFP/MAR2016/003

United Nations Development Programme | Published September 16, 2016
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Project Description and Objectives

The project, “Removal of Barriers to Solar PV Power Generation in Mauritius, Rodrigues and the Outer Islands”, is funded by Global Environment Facility (GEF) and supported by UNDP, to promote and accelerate a climate-friendly solution to the energy situation in Mauritius through harnessing its abundant solar radiation for PV-based electricity generation to supply the grid. The project’s goal is to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by creating favourable legal, regulatory and market environment and building institutional, administrative and technical capacities to promote the utilisation of the country’s favourable solar radiation potential for PV grid-connected electricity generation.

Scope of Works

The project management team intends to publish a booklet that will give a brief introduction to solar photovoltaic technology, its applications, benefits and opportunities for going solar in Mauritius as well as the lessons learnt during the project lifecycle: technical requirements, possible sources of funding, suppliers in the local market, the legal frameworks, operations and maintenance and environment benefits.

The consultant will design, prepare the contents and set the layouts for one booklet in English and another booklet in French. (See RFP document, annex 4 : Detailed Terms of Reference)

Project ID: 00076772 Removal of Barriers to Solar PV Power Generation in Mauritius, Rodrigues & Outer Islands

Deadline for submission of Proppsal: 13 October 2016, 14.00 hrs. Mauritius Time.

Deadline for submitting requests for clarifications/ questions: 29 September 2016, 10.00 hrs. UTC (14.00 hrs, Mauritius Time).

Annexes to RFP:

  1. RFP/MAR2016/003 : Signed RFP (16 September 2016)
  2. Annex 2: Form for Submitting Service Provider’s Proposal (16 September 2016)

 

 

 

Request for Proposal for Consultancy Services to Review the Small Scale Distributed Generation Scheme and Assessing the Solar PV Market status - RFP/MAR2016/001

United Nations Development Programme | Published May 19, 2016
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Project Description and Objectives

In 2011, the Global Environment Facility (GEF) funded project entitled ”Removal of Barriers to Solar PV Power Generation in Mauritius, Rodrigues and Outer Islands” was signed between the Government of Mauritius, Ministry of Energy and Public Utilities (MEPU), the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development and UNDP Mauritius with the support of GEF.

As detailed in the UNDP project document referenced PIMS 4333, the objective of the above-mentioned project “is to accelerate sustainable on-grid PV electricity generation in Mauritius by leveraging $ 17.5 million in private sector investment over its four-year implementation period. This, in turn, is expected to generate direct global benefits of almost 13,295 tons of CO2 over the same period and almost 5,318 tons CO2/yr thereafter in avoided greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The project will do this by introducing a conducive regulatory framework that will facilitate private sector participation in supplying the national grid with PV-generated electricity at market-determined prices and assist the Government in closing private sector funded PV investments. It is envisaged that this project will enable Mauritius to meet (and maybe even surpass) its target of 2% of electricity generation from on-grid PV by 2025, as established in its ‘Long Term Energy Strategy 2009-2025’.

This assignment is carried out under the ambit of Components 1 and 2 of the project document which include the formulation of a streamlined and comprehensive market-oriented energy policy,  a review of the Small Scale Distributed Generation Scheme and sustainable financing mechanisms to attract private sector investors.

Aim of the Consultancy Services

In a nutshell, the aim of this consultancy services is to lay down the foundation of a new economic subsector in the main Energy Sector in the Republic of Mauritius. In accordance with the scope of the consultancy services being sought, the outcomes of each task shall ultimately be harmonised to form part of a holistic framework that will interlink all the key elements of the new economic subsector. 
 

Scope of the Consultancy Services

For this consultancy services, the Consultant shall carry out six main tasks. These are as follows:

  • TASK A: Survey the Solar PV Market of the Republic of Mauritius
  • TASK B: Examine the Existing Regulations Applicable for Distributed Generation
  • TASK C: Examining Financial & Economic Mechanisms and Investment Frameworks for Solar PV Development
  • TASK D: Design Ownership Model for Multiple Market Segments
  • TASK E: Investigate and Propose Improvement for Disposal of Solar PV Wastes
  • Task F: Prepare and Present an Integrated Strategic Paper

Project ID: 00076772 Removal of Barriers to Solar PV Power Generation in Mauritius, Rodrigues & Outer Islands (Linked to ATLAS Project id : 00060842) 

Deadline for submission of Proppsal:  30 June 2016 at 16:00hrs local Mauritius Time

Deadline for submitting requests for clarifications/ questions: 8 June 2016, 16:00hrs (Local time Mauritius)

A pre-proposal conference will be held on:  A pre-bid meeting will be held with all potential bidders on Thursday 2nd June 2016 at the United Nations Development Programme, 5th Floor Conference Room, Anglo Mauritius House, Intendance Street, Port Louis at 10h30.

Annexes to RFP:

1.    RFPMAR2016-001 SolarPVMarketAssessment Final -19May2016
2.    RFPMAR2016-001  Sections 4 upto 7  -19May2016

 

EOI – Mauritius - Consultancy Service - Expert Services for Technical Assistance and Capacity Development for Dam Development - Engineering Geology/ Geotechnical Expert and Hydrologist

 | Published July 19, 2016
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3A-SWIOFish1 - P132123

Indian Ocean Commission | Published February 2, 2015  -  Deadline February 20, 2015
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Recruitment Of Regional Project Coordinator And Consultant In Charge Of Preparation Of Project Implementation Manual Swiofish Regional (first South West Indian Ocean Fisheries Governance And Shared Growth Project) REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ?INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANTS) Project:                              P132123 Grant No:                         IDA Q9270 REOI No : COI/AO/2015/002 &003 1.           The Indian Ocean Commission(IOC) has receivedfinancing from the World Bank toward the cost of the SWIOFish 1 (First South West Indian Ocean Fisheries Governance andShared Growth Project), and intends to apply part ofthe proceeds for the following consulting services: -         a Regional ProjectCoordinator (RPC): -          a Consultant in charge of the preparation of a Project Implementation Manual (PIM) for SWIOFish Regional. 2.            The RPC is recruitedto the project on a full timebasis, as agreed throughout the 6 months duration of the project, with a possibility of contract renewal thereafter on the basis ofthe need, respect of procurement rules, performance evaluation and after World Bank approval and no objection. The Consultant in charge of the preparation of the PIM will support the IOC in thepreparation of the ProjectImplementation Manual (PIM) for the South West Indian Ocean Fisheries Governance and Shared Growth Project managed by IOC (SWIOFishRegional) which the World Bank will review and approve before the project can become effective. The expected services for both assignments and the required minimum qualifications are describedin the terms of referenceavailable on the IOC website (www.coi-ioc.org ). 3.            The IOC now invites eligible individual consultants("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the above described services. Interested Consultants should submit their curriculum vitae including information on their ability and experience demonstrating that they have the required qualifications andrelevant experience to perform the services (brochures, description of similarservices, experience in similar assignments,etc.). 4.            The establishmentof theshort list and the selection procedure will be carried out in accordance with the WorldBank's "Guidelines: Selection and Employmentof Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by WorldBank Borrowers,"dated January 2011, and revised in July 2014, the Guidelines on Preventing and Combating Fraud and Corruption in Projects Financedby IBRD Loans and IDA Credits and Grants", dated October 15, 2006 and revised in January 2011, and the provisions of Schedule 2 tothe Financing Agreement. 5.            The method "Selection of individual consultants" asdescribed in the " Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits& Grants by World BankBorrowers" will be used to select the candidate. 6. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below(in person, or by mail, or by fax, or by e-mail) by 20 February 2015, at 16:30 (Mauritius Time). Procurement service IOC Secretariat Blue Tower, 3rd Floor,Institute Road, Ebene, Maurice Email : harijhons.razaka@coi-ioc.org; gilbert.andrianantoanina@coi-ioc.org;isabelle.lebreton@coi-ioc.org;pascal.rakoto@coi-ioc.org *********************************************************************** APPEL AMANIFESTATION D'INTERET (SELECTION DECONSULTANTS INDIVIDUELS Projet :                              P132123 Financement:                 IDA Q9270 AMI N°: COI/AO/2015/002 & 003 1. La Commission de l'océan Indien (COI) a obtenu un financement de la Banque mondiale pour financer le projet SWIOFishRegional (First South West Indian Ocean Fisheries Governance and Shared Growth Project), et a l'intention d'utiliser une partie dumontant de ce don pour effectuer les paiements au titre des contrats suivants : -          un Coordinateur Régional de Projet (CRP); -          un Consultant en charge de la rédaction d'un Manuel de procédure. 2.           Le CRP est recruté sur une base à temps plein et pourune durée de 6 mois, avec une possibilité de renouvellement du contrat sur la base des besoins du projet, du respect des règles depassation des marchés, de l'évaluation de la performance et après approbation de la Banque mondiale et son avis de nonobjection. Le Consultant en charge de la rédactiond'un Manuel de procédure aura pour mission d'appuyer la COIdans la préparation d'un Manuel de procédure de mise en ?uvre du projet SWIOFish 1que la Banque mondiale examinera et approuvera avant le démarrage duprojet. Le volume du travail lié à cette mission est estimé à 40 jours-hommes. Les services attendus des Consultants pources deux missions ainsi queles qualifications minimums exigées sont décrits dans les termes de référence (en anglais) disponiblessur le site Internet de la COI (www.coi-ioc.org ) 3.            La COI invite les consultants individuels (« Consultants ») admissibles à manifester leur intérêt à fournir lesservices décrits ci-dessus. Les Consultants intéressés doivent présenter leur curriculum vitae comprenant les informations sur leur capacité et expériencedémontrant qu'ils sont qualifiéspour les prestations (documentation, référence de prestations similaires, expérience dans desmissions comparables, etc.). 4.            L'établissement dela liste restreinte et la procédure de sélection seront conformes aux « Directives ? Sélection et Emploi de Consultants parles Emprunteurs de la Banque mondiale dans le cadre des Prêts de la BIRD et des Crédits et Dons de l'IDA », édition de janvier2011, révisées en juillet 2014, les « Directives pour la prévention et la lutte contre la corruptiondans les projets financés par les prêts de la BIRD etles crédits et les dons de l'IDA », édition du 15 octobre 2006 etrévisées en janvier 2011, et les dispositions de l'annexe 2 à la Convention definancement du projet. 5.           La méthode de «Sélection de consultants individuels »telle que décrite dans les « Directives ?Sélection et Emploi de Consultants par les Emprunteurs de la Banque mondiale dans le cadre des Prêts de la BIRD et des Crédits etDons de l'IDA », sera utilisée pour le choix du candidat. 6.           Les manifestations d'intérêts doivent être déposées enpersonne, par courrier normal, par télécopie ou courrier électronique à l'adresse ci-dessous, au plus tard le 20 février 2015 à16h30 (heure de Maurice) : Service des marchés et contrats Secrétariat général de la COI Blue Tower, 3ème étage, Rue de l'Institut,Ebène, Maurice Email : harijhons.razaka@coi-ioc.org; gilbert.andrianantoanina@coi-ioc.org; isabelle.lebreton@coi-ioc.org; pascal.rakoto@coi-ioc.org *********************************************************************************************************************************************************** South West Indian Ocean FisheriesGovernance and Shared Growth Program (SWIOFish Regional) First South West Indian Ocean Fisheries Governance and Shared Growth Project (SWIOFish1) Terms of Reference forRegional Coordinator (Individual) Assignment title Regional project Coordinator for the Project Preparation Advance(PPA) Contract duration 6 months Primary assignment location SWIOFC headquarter in Maputo, Mozambique, or in the interim ofinstallation of the SWIOFC headquarter in the Indian Ocean Commission (IOC) head office at Ebène,Mauritius Financed by IDA Mauritius, January 2015 1.      Background World Bank has been supporting various fisheries projects in the Africa Region. At theregional level, the most relevant ofthese is the South West Indian Ocean Fisheries Project (SWIOFP), which closed on March 31,2013. The SWIOFP, which brought together all countries in the South West Indian Ocean (SWIO), including Kenya, Mozambique, SouthAfrica, Seychelles, Comoros, Madagascar, Mauritius, France (non-beneficiary participant), Somalia (observer) and Tanzania, wassuccessful in building regional capacity for fisheries management, including through establishing a network of fisheriesresearchers and managers, and developing a regional management framework. Ultimately the Member countries of the South West IndianOcean Fisheries Commission (SWIOFC) agreed to reform the Commission, promoting it from an advisory body to a Regional FisheriesManagement Organization (RFMO) of the Coastal States ? enabling it to take binding decisions on fisheries management, and tonegotiate in bloc with Distant Water Fishing Nations, among others. Given the important achievements of SWIOFP, SWIOFC Member Countries have requested afollow-on program namely ? the South West Indian Ocean Fisheries Governance and SharedGrowth Program (SWIOFish Program). The proposed program will be Series of Projects (SOP), over a 15-year period, using IDAand blended GEF resources, togetherwith parallel support from other donors and trust funds. It will comprise a regional umbrellaand a combined approach targeting both regional and national fisheries priorities. It will support regional integration offisheries management, while expanding the approach beyond research and sound fisheries management to strengthen sector governanceand harness the value of coastal and marine fisheries to national economies. Given theimportance of sound fisheries management to livelihoods and economic growth, the SWIO coastal countries have decided to allparticipate in the SWIOFish Program through a regional platform hosted by the SWIOFC and supported by the Indian Ocean Commission(IOC). The first Project under the Program, entitled SWIOFish1, is now under preparation, andwill implement, within 6 years, regional activities as well as country-level investments in Mozambique, Comoros and Tanzania. OtherSWIO countries are expected to join progressively with country-level investments. 2.      SWIOFish Program and Projects Objectives and Components The Program Development Objective of the proposed SWIOFish Program is "toincrease the economic, social, and environmental benefits of SWIO countries from marine fisheries. The program will target growthand poverty reduction and strengthening of institutional and private sector capacities of the fisheriessector. The SOP Development Objective-level Results Indicators of the Project would be asfollows: a)      Reduce the degradation of the status of fish stocks; b)      Increase in the fisheries-related GDP in participating countries; and c)      Increase in local fisheries-related value-addition benefitting to thehouseholds. A phased set of complementary country and regional investments would achieve theprogram development objective by: (i) strengthening the countries' governance capacity to manage fisheries at the national andregional level, including reducing illicit fishing activities and strengthening co-management of small-scale fisheries; (ii)investing to increase the profitability and sustainability of fisheries  and value chains, and boost the value-added captured by the SWIO countries; (iii)supporting policies that improve the sharing of benefits derived from sustainable use of marine living resources inparticularthrough pro-poor and community fisheries; and (iv) building robust and cost-effective regional cooperation onfisheries. The proposed SOP would be a multi-phase operation to be implemented over a 15-year period. All SWIOFCmember countries are eligible for the SOP, contingent on available funding. The first phase of the SOP (Phase 1) would extend, consolidate and buildon theaccomplishments of SWIOFP[1] and otherBank and GEF-funded activities in the region. It would consolidate andstrengthen regional cooperation on fisheries and living marine resource management through improved management of fisheries,strengthen regional fisheries institutions, and promote knowledge exchange and capacity development. It would also establish thecore human and institutional competencies and frameworks for sustainable fisheries management and prepare for major public andpublic/private capital investments required. It would also replicate and expand community fisheries co-management and businessprograms. As such, Phase 1 wouldhave a major focus on human and institutional capacity development, design and implementation of fisheriesmanagement plans, andsupport to community livelihoods with a view toreducing the pressure on the resource. A potential future phase (Phase 2), while building on the structure andachievements of Phase 1, would be a deepening and expansion phase which would further strengthen the policy reforms and empowerstakeholders and users to have a greater role and incentives to secure the long-term health of the resources. It would supportmajor investments prepared and shown to be viable in Phase 1, including in infrastructure, in co-financing of aquaculturedevelopment, fleet adjustment and fisheries reform. It would deepen regional collaborationwith a focus on ensuring sustainabilityof that collaboration and regional management efforts. It would further harness benefits along domestic and international valuechains. Phase 2 investments could start in any country when Phase 1 is completed, a sound basis for sustainablefisheries managementis in place at the national and local levels, and infrastructure investments in the sector are prepared on the technical,environmental, financial and economic aspects. The Project Development and Global Environmental Objectives of the first six-year phaseof the Program (the SWIOFish1 Project) would be to improve the management effectiveness of selected priority fisheries at regional,national and community level, by strengthening the institutional capacity of regional organizations, governments and selectedcoastal communities to effectively manage selected priority fisheries. SWIOFish1 would establish the core human and institutionalcompetencies and frameworks that are necessary for fisheries management and prepare for any major public and public/private capitalinvestments required. Moreover, at the regional level the Project would consolidate and strengthen regional cooperation onfisheries and marine resource management, through improved management of transboundary fisheries, strengthen regional fisheriesinstitutions, and promote knowledge exchange and capacity development. The project will be implemented through fourcomponents: -       Component 1 ? Enhanced regional collaboration; -       Component 2 - Improved governance of priority fisheries; -       Component 3 ? Increased economic benefits from priority Fisheries; -       Component 4 ? Program management and coordination. This assignment however will be financedfrom a Project Preparation Advance (PPA) grant which has been put in place to ensure regional collaboration and agreement and soundproject design, key to a successful implementation.Its duration is for 6 months. 3.     Context of the assignment The primary objectiveof this assignment is tocarry out activities as set in the PPA for the First South West Indian Ocean Fisheries Governance and Shared Growth Project managedby IOC (SWIOFish1 Regional). 4.      Scope of work The Regional projectcoordinator (RPC) is recruited to the project on a full time basis, as agreed throughout the 6 months duration of the project, witha possibility of contract renewal thereafter on the basis of the need, respect of procurement rules, performance evaluation andafter World Bank approval and no objection. Without limitation heshould be available to lead and coordinate the programme activities in the focus countries in accordance with the implementationprogramme set forth in the grant agreement, including the supervision monitoring and reporting obligation as set. The RPC shall be based atthe South West Indian Ocean Fisheries Commission (SWIOFC) headquarter in Maputo, Mozambique,or in the interim of installation ofthe SWIOFC headquarter in the Indian Ocean Commission (IOC) head office at Ebène, Mauritius and shall report to the Officer incharge of the programme as designated by the Secretary General of the IOC and exercise its obligation as per the Project Agreementbetween the World Bank and the IOC. He/She will be assisted in his administrative duties by an administrative and finance assistantfrom the IOC, fiduciary team and monitoring and evaluation expert. 5.      Duties of the Regional Project Coordinator The Regional project coordinator will undertake the following tasks: Ø   Coordinatethe activities of the project as indicated in the grant agreement and the project agreement, and in accordance with the projectimplementation plan which the Regional project coordinator will update regularly after World Bank no objection; Ø   Undertakeactivities related to the procurement of goods, works and consultants services required for the implementation in the focuscountries, and ensure compliance with the procurement plan and the World Bank procedures and guidelines; Ø   Organisemeetings, seminars and workshops with programme stakeholders and partners in coordination and collaboration with the SWIOFCSecretariat Ø   Activelymobilise and liaise with the programme stakeholders, including government ministries and departments, non-governmentalorganisation, the private sector, and other relevant programmes and projects; Ø   Monitor andreport on the progress of programme activities in English and a summary in French, possibly in Portuguese; Ø   Preparemonthly activity progress reports to the IOC and the SWIOFC Bureau for submission to the World Bank and, if needed, to the projectSteering Committee; Ø   Preparequarterly financial report as per the requirement of the Bank to the  IOC and the PMU; Ø   Shallmaintain an inventory related to use of goods and services, plan and schedules, record and reports in respect to the projectAgreement for the implementation of theactivities of the project; Ø   Assist theIOC and SWIOFC in the preparation of the Regional committee and the Steering Committee meetings; Ø   Providenecessary information to the project external auditors; Ø   Participatein and contribute to World Bank implementation support missions as may be required; Ø   Undertake other relevant activities as deemed essential for the Project. 6.      Reporting Obligations 1.         The Regional Project Coordinator (RPC) shall on a monthly basis compileand submit, not later than the 10th day of each month the following reports; (i)                a written monthly progressreport against agreed deadlines, both cumulatively and for that period, and explain any variances between actual and plannedimplementation, including procurement status, identifying key constraints to tasks implementation and achievement of results, andproposing solutions; (ii)               amonthly expenditure statement. 2.                 Produce within three months ofcommencement a plan designed to ensure the achievement of the Project objectives, and which will include the relocation of the RPCposition tothe SWIOFC Secretariat in Maputo. 3.                 Advise the IOC officer incharge (chargé de mission) and SWIOFC bureau promptly of any condition that interferes with or threatens the progress of theProject and or the performance of IOC in discharging its obligations. 4.         Any other report requested by the IOC or the SWIOFC Bureau as may beconsidered necessary after consultation with the World Bank. 7.      Duration Activity Timing / Deadline Advert for post February 2015 Evaluation February/March 2015 Start of mission May 2015 End of contract October 2015 8.      Supervision Responsibility The consultant will work under the supervisionof the IOC Secretariat (DI3 - Departmentof Fisheries) in collaboration with the SWIOFC Secretariat but will also receive technical supportfrom the World Bank. 9.      Consultant Qualifications For this assignment, the IOC Secretariat is seeking to recruit an individual Consultantwith the following profile and specific qualifications: ·        Master's degree or equivalentina discipline related to fisheries policy and planning, living naturalresources management, social science, project management orrelated field; ·        At least 10 years ofdemonstrable experience working with project management and implementation in thefield of fisheries and/or natural resourcemanagement. Experience in the fields of fisheries economy, policy, management and Monitoring, Control and Surveillance will beadded advantages; ·        Strong report writing andanalytical skills; ·        Demonstrated experience workingwith World Bank and/or IOC projects would be an advantage; ·        Extra credit for experience insouth western Indian Ocean region; and ·        Full proficiency in English andFrench languages is compulsory, knowledge of Portuguese will be considered as additional advantage. [1] More specifically, the proposed project will usethe SWIOFC, strengthened under the SWIOFP, and will pursue the successful approach of using theSWIOFC as a steering committee. It will also continue to support the implementation of Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries managementplans, developed under SWIOFP. ***************************************************************************** First SouthWest Indian Ocean Fisheries Governance and Shared Growth Project (SWIOFish1) Terms of Reference for Consulting Services (Individual) Assignmenttitle Preparation of a ProjectImplementation Manual (PIM) forSWIOFish1 Contractduration 40 days Primaryassignment location Indian Ocean Commission Secretariat, Ebene,Mauritius and/or Consultant Headquarters Financedby IDA Mauritius, January 2015 1.     Background World Bank has been supporting various fisheries projects in the AfricaRegion. At the regional level, the most relevant of these is the South West Indian Ocean Fisheries Project (SWIOFP), which closedon March 31, 2013. The SWIOFP, which brought together all countries in the South West Indian Ocean (SWIO), including Kenya,Mozambique, South Africa, Seychelles, Comoros, Madagascar, Mauritius, Somalia (observer) and Tanzania, was successful in buildingregional capacity for fisheries management, including through establishing a network of fisheries researchers and managers, anddeveloping a regional management framework. Ultimately the Member countries of the South West Indian Ocean Fisheries Commission(SWIOFC) agreed to reform the Commission, promoting it from an advisory body to a Regional Fisheries Management Organization (RFMO)of the Coastal States ? enabling it to take binding decisions on fisheries management, andto negotiate in bloc with Distant WaterFishing Nations, among others. Given the important achievements of SWIOFP, SWIOFC Member Countries haverequested a follow-onproject namely ? the South WestIndian Ocean Fisheries Governance and Shared Growth Program (SWIOFish Program). The SWIOFish Program, now under preparation, is a project with aregional umbrella and a combined approach targeting both regional and national fisheries priorities. It will support regionalintegration of fisheries management, while expanding the approach beyond research and sound fisheries management to strengthensector governance and harness the value of coastal and marine fisheries to national economies. The proposed program will be a Series of Projects (SOP), possibly over a15-year period, usingIDA and blended GEF resources, together with parallel support from other donors and trust funds. Given the importance of sound fisheries management tolivelihoods and economic growth, the SWIOFC member countries have agreed agreed to collaborate in the frame of SWIOFishProgram, andto strengthnen regional dialogue through the SWIOFC withsupport from the Indian Ocean Commission (IOC). The SWIOFish1 project includes activities to be implemented over aninitial six-year period, to contribute toward an overall 15-year, multi phased program. The first project, currently underpreparation, will begin in an initial groupof three countries - Mozambique, Comoros and Tanzania. Other SWIO countries will be partof subsequent projects. 2.      SWIOFish Program Objectives andComponents The Program Development Objective of the proposed SWIOFish Program is"to increase the shared benefits from economic growth based on sustainable fisheries and coastal marine resources". Throughincreasing the economic, social, and environmental benefits of SWIO countries from marine fisheries, the program will target growthand poverty reduction and strengthening of institutional and private sector capacities of the fisheriessector. A phased set of complementary country and regional investments wouldachieve the program development objective by: (i) strengthening the countries' governance capacity to manage fisheries at thenational and regional level, including reducing illicit fishing activities and strengthening co-management ofsmall-scale fisheries;(ii) investing to increase the profitability and sustainability of fisheries  and valuechains, and boost the value-added captured by the SWIOcountries; (iii) supporting policies that improve the sharing of benefitsderived from sustainable use of marine living resources in particular through pro-poor and community fisheries; and (iv) buildingrobust and cost-effective regional cooperation on fisheries. The Project Development Objective of the first Project (SWIOFish1) wouldbe to improve the management effectiveness of selected priority fisheries at regional, national and community level.. The firstsix-year project would establish the core human and institutional competencies and frameworks that are necessary for fisheriesmanagement and prepare for any major public and public/private capital investments required in beneficiary countries(Comoros,Mozambique, Tanzania). Moreover, at the regional level the Project would consolidate and strengthen regional cooperation onfisheries and marine resource management, through improved management of transboundary fisheries, strengthen regional fisheriesinstitutions, andpromote knowledge exchange and capacity development. The project will be implemented through fourcomponents: -        Component 1 ? Cost-effective regionalcollaboration; -        Component 2 - Improved governance of priorityfisheries; -        Component 3 ? Increased economic benefits to theregion from priority Fisheries; -        Component 4 ? Program management and coordination. 3.      Rationalefor the Consultancy / Context of theassignment The primary objective of this assignment is to support the Indian OceanCommission (IOC) in the preparation of the Project Implementation Manual (PIM)for the South West Indian Ocean Fisheries Governanceand Shared Growth Project managed by IOC (SWIOFish Regional) which the World Bank willreview and approve before the project canbecome effective. 4.      Objective of theConsultancy The PIM will be the key reference document describing the SWIOFish project operationsto various stakeholdersand project implementers at various administrative levels. The overall objective of the PIM is to provideclear guidance on how the project's components will be implemented and operationalized as well as to describe the institutionalset-up and management of the project including the project management component. 5.      Scope ofWork The consultant will undertake the following tasks: a)     Building upon the ProjectAppraisal Document (PAD), project work plan and procurement plan, provide an introduction to the overall description of the projectincluding project objectives indicators, project components, project beneficiaries, and safeguard issues; b)     Provide a detaileddescription of the project's components and sub-components and planned activities as well as the institutional and implementationarrangements of each component/sub-component; c)     Describe the overallinstitutional and implementation arrangements; d)    Provide an overview of thepotential positive as well as negative environmental and social impacts from the project; e)     Describe the arrangement for(i) procurement; (ii) financial management, disbursement and accounting; and (iii) auditing; f)      Describe the arrangements forperformance management as well as monitoring and evaluation (M&E) and specify the agreed reporting requirements; g)     Compile and include in thefinal PIM 6-year work plans for IOC Components (Components 1 and 4.1); and h)     Develop draft TOR for thedesign of a Management Information System (MIS) which would be implemented during the first two years ofSWIOFish1. 6.      Methodology All the above tasks mentioned above will be completed based on: (i)                 a desk-top study of the relevant SWIOFish documents andpreparation studies aswell as SWIOFP evaluation documents (e.g. Implementation Completion Report) and potentially through meetingswith key stakeholders during aregional meeting or through telephone interview; (ii)               Drawing up of the draft PIM and the draft TOR for thedesign of a Management Information System (MIS); (iii)             Requesting by email IOC comments relating to the draft PIM and the draft TORfor MIS; (iv)             Drawing up of final PIM and final TOR for MIS in taking into accountscomments received from IOC Secretariat and World Bank 7.      Expected outputs and deliverables ofthis assignment The expected outputs of the assignment are the following: a)     An inception reportcontaining a short description of the proposed methodology and work plan for completing the assignment; b)     A draft PIM taking intoconsideration tasks a-g described in section 5 above; c)     A presentation summarizingthe draft report to be possibly presented at a regional stakeholder workshops; d)    Possible participation in oneto two stakeholder workshops; and e)     A draft TOR for the design ofa Management Information System (MIS); f)      A final PIM incorporatingcomments received during the workshop(s), if any, and from IOC Secretariat; g)      A final TOR for the design of a Management Information System (MIS) incorporating comments received from IOC Secretariatand World Bank. All outputs and reports are expected to be completed and delivered bythe Consultant to the IOC Secretariat in hard copy (3 sets of each report) as well as in electronic form on CD-ROM or flash diskno later than forty (40) working days after the signing of the contract. All intermediary outputs and final reports should be in English andFrench language. 8.     Responsibilities of the contracting party SWIOFish Regional project team at IOC Secretariat will be responsiblefor compiling all relevant literature and all relevant documentation. 9.      Timing andReporting The assignment is expected to be completed within forty (40) working days after thesigning of the contract. The schedule for delivery of the expected outputs described in section7 will be thefollowing: Activity Timing /Deadline Start date of the consultancy d Submission of inception report d + 2 weeks Submission of the draft PIM d + 4 weeks Submission of the draft TOR for MIS d + 5 weeks Reception of comments from IOC and World Bank d + 7 weeks Submission of final PIM and final TOR for MIS d + 9 weeks 10.  SupervisionResponsibility The consultant will work under the supervision of the IOC Secretariat (DI3 -Department of Fisheries) but will also receive technical support from the World Bank. Full program and consultant time line must be submitted tothe IOC Secretariat after signing the contract. 11.  Consultant Qualifications For this assignment, the IOC Secretariat is seeking to recruit anindividual Consultant with the following profile and specific qualifications: ·         Master's degree or equivalent in a discipline related to social science, projectmanagement or relatedfield; ·         At least 10 years of demonstrable experience working with project management andimplementation.Experience from fisheries and/or natural resource management will be an added advantage; ·          Strong report writing and analytical skills; ·         Demonstrated experience working with World Bank projects, including with development and/orimplementation of PIMs; and ·         Extra credit for experience in Africa and the South West Indian Ocean region.

RFPSEY2016/002 - Request for Proposal for Consultancy Component 4 Mitigated Effects of Coastal Flooding / Saltwater Contamination

UNDP Country Office - MAURITIUS | Published November 1, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
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Overview:The main objective of this consultancy under the GCCA+ project aims at supporting adaptation to climate change to increase coastal and flood protection in the vulnerable areas of La Digue Island. This consultancy will focus on the issues of coastal flooding and salt water intrusion onto agricultural land as well as underground water aquifers on the island.The scope of work under this consultancy will be to identify the sites where saltwater intrusion is occurring, setting up of permanent monitoring sites as well as appropriate mitigation measures to prevent salt water intrusion at identified locations. These are described in more details in the sections below. Appropriate structures will also be installed at outlets identified by the Drainage Task Force.Component 4 will involve salt water intrusion mapping, through dedicated water sampling from outlets of marshes and determining salt water intrusion intensity, study and survey of borehole recharge, hydrology and volumetric analysis of direct borehole recharge via usage. It will also involve the design construction of non-return dykes across identified wetland bodies. This will include the engineered design, costing, Environmental Assessment and tendering for construction of the two dykes. At least 1 Long term monitoring stations for saltwater intrusion will be installed and capacity build for the monitoring to be conducted locally.Deadline for submission of Proposal: 30 November 2016 at 12:00 pm (Local time Seychelles)Deadline for submitting requests for clarifications/ questions: 15 November 2016.Amendment TO RFP - 22 November 2016:Annex a - Extension of Deadline RFPSEY2016-002 Component 4New Deadline for submission of Proposal: 5 December 2016 at 12:00 pm (Local time Seychelles) - (Re - Data sheet reference number: 21)Opening of Bids: 5 December 2016 at 14:30hrs (Seychelles Time) - ( Re - Data sheet reference number: 24)Questions & Answers 23 November 2016:Q & A Component 4 RFPSEY2016-002 23.11.2016 Final

RFP/MAR2015/004 Consultancy services for the update of the National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan for Mauritius 2015 - 2020

United Nations Development Programme | Published November 10, 2015  -  Deadline December 10, 2015
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Request for Proposal for Consultancy services for the update of the National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan for Mauritius 2015 – 2020 for the Project ID 00087316: National Biodiversity Planning to Support the Implementation of the CBD 2011-2020 Strategic Plan in Mauritius The main objective of this consultancy is: The NBSAP is revised/updated and it fully integrates new aspects of the CBD strategic plan, such as mainstreaming and anchoring the implementation of the plan into national development frameworks, valuing ecosystem services and promoting ecosystem-based adaptation and resilience. The updated NBSAP shall become the Government’s strategic framework for all aspects related to biodiversity for 2016-2025. The scope of services shall include five parts: Consultation process for national target setting and production of an updated NBSAP 2016-2025 including costed and prioritised action plans, monitoring and evaluation framework and needs assessments on capacity, technology and finance; and a strategy for resource mobilization for its implementation; A study on Ecosystem Valuation in the Republic of Mauritius; A study on advances in sectoral mainstreaming of biodiversity in Mauritius; A study on the incorporation of challenges and opportunities linked to Ecosystem-Based Adaptation and Resilience within Mauritius’ protected area network and; The development of a functional CHM for Mauritius based on best international practice on the matter. The team shall comprise of four profiles of experts which are as follows: Expert in Biodiversity Management, Planning and Monitoring and in Cross-sectoral Mainstreaming (Team Leader) Expert in Ecosystem services valuation and biodiversity Expert in Ecosystem-Based Adaptation and Resilience Expert in web development and web-based applications and online systems Duration of the assignment/time frame: The assignment shall be completed within 75 person days spread over four months in accordance with the schedule for the submission of the deliverables including a minimum of 2 missions for the water evaluation expert. The missions shall be envisaged in accordance with projected milestones. Deadline of Submission: 10 December 2015 at 16:00 hours local time.

RFP for Consultancy services to assist the Energy Efficiency Management Office in Energy Audit Management and to develop an Energy Efficiency Building Code Compliance Scheme-RFP/MAR2014/009

United Nations Development Programme | Published November 6, 2014  -  Deadline December 12, 2014
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Mauritius is heavily reliant on fossil fuels to power its economy. The Government of Mauritius (GoM) has prepared an Action Plan for the Energy Strategy 2011 - 2025 for the energy sector so as to address the sustained increase in energy prices and GHG emissions. The GoM recognizes energy efficiency and energy conservation as proven means to deal with the energy and environmental challenges lying ahead, so as to be able to promote sustainable development. In line with the strategy of the Government of Mauritius(GoM), the UNDP-supported, GEF-financed project on ‘Removal of Barriers to Energy Efficiency and Energy Conservation in Buildings’ is being implemented with the overall goal to sustainably reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This project intends to overcome barriers to energy efficiency and energy conservation in buildings, and to reinforce the development of a market approach for improving energy efficiency in both existing and future new buildings. The main achievements of the project up to now are as follows: an Energy Efficiency Act; setting up of an Energy Efficiency Management Office under the aegis of the Ministry of Energy & Public Utilities; a Building Control Act; development of an energy audit software tool MBEAT; drafting of an Energy Efficiency Building Code and Energy Efficiency Building Regulations. The Ministry of Energy and Public Utilities (Energy Efficiency Management Office) now intends to hire a suitable team of Consultants to assist the EEMO in Energy Audit Management and to develop an Energy Efficiency Building Code Compliance Scheme. UNDP Mauritius will be the agency responsible for overseeing the effective and timely completion of the project. This assignment is being financed with a grant received by the GoM from AOSIS/SIDSDOCK, with the assistance of UNDP. The main beneficiaries of this project are the Energy Efficiency Management Office (EEMO) and the Ministry of Public Infrastructure, National Development Unit, Land Transport and Shipping (MPI, NDU, LT&S). The TOR comprises of two lots as follows: Lot 1 - Consultancy services to assist the Energy Efficiency Management Office in Energy Audit Management; and, Lot 2 - Consultancy services to develop an Energy Efficiency Building Code Compliance Scheme The bidders should take into consideration that the two softwares under Lot 1 and Lot 2 are inter-related and the successful bidder/s should ensure that the softwares are consistent. Bidders should submit proposals for each Lot separately. A Combined Scoring Method, using the 70%-30% distribution for technical and financial proposals for each Lot would be applied. The technical evaluation for Lot 1 would be carried out as per table 2 and that for Lot 2 would be carried out as per table 3.  In order to determine the lowest priced offer for Financial evaluation purposes for Lot 1, the proposals containing either option 1 or option 2 for the Software Development in section 2.2.2 would be put on an equal footing by using the formula provided in Table 4.  Based on the technical and financial evaluations, contracts for each of Lot 1 and Lot 2 may be awarded to two different bidders. 22 additional supporting documents related to this RFP are accessible on the Country Office Website on  http://www.mu.undp.org/content/mauritius_and_seychelles/en/home/operations/procurement/

RFP/MAR2016/002 for Consultancy services to develop and deliver technical training modules in protected area management for Mauritian protected area

United Nations Development Programme | Published June 22, 2016
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Under the Government of Mauritius/ UNDP/ GEF “Expanding coverage and strengthening management effectiveness of the Protected Area Network (PAN) on the island of Mauritius” project, a Technical Needs Assessment (TNA), was carried finalised in October 2015. The TNA identified the desired skills and competence standards required for effective protected area planning, development and management at the different occupational levels within the PA agencies. Current skills base and competence levels were assessed and gaps were identified.

These prioritised gaps provide the basis for the content of the proposed institutional skills development and training programme for the Protected Area (PA) agencies to be implemented under the PAN Project. Suitably qualified institutions are hereby invited to send proposals for “Consultancy services to develop and deliver technical training modules in protected area management for Mauritian protected area institution staff.”

Deadline for submission of Proposal :  27 July 2016, 16 00 hrs local time

Deadline for submitting requests for clarifications/ questions: 14 July 2016

Pre-proposal conference:  A pre-bid meeting will be held with all potential bidders on 12 July 2016 at the United Nations Development Programme, 6th Floor Conference Room, Anglo Mauritius House, Intendance Street, Port Louis at 10h00. The focal person for the arrangement is:  Mr. Shakil  Beedassy, Project Manager, Tel. +230 670 7429 ,   Fax. +230 466 0453  and email shakil.beedassy@undp.org

RFP2/MAR2015/004A Request for Proposal for Consultancy services for the update of the National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan for Mauritius 2015 - 2020

United Nations Development Programme | Published December 30, 2015  -  Deadline February 10, 2016
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Overview: Request for Proposal for Consultancy services for the update of the National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan for Mauritius 2015 – 2020 for the Project ID 00087316;  Award id: 00075390 :  National Biodiversity Planning to Support the Implementation of the CBD 2011-2020 Strategic Plan in Mauritius The main objective of this consultancy is: The NBSAP is revised/updated and it fully integrates new aspects of the CBD strategic plan, such as mainstreaming and anchoring the implementation of the plan into national development frameworks, valuing ecosystem services and promoting ecosystem-based adaptation and resilience. The updated NBSAP shall become the Government’s strategic framework for all aspects related to biodiversity for 2016-2025. The scope of services shall include five parts: Consultation process for national target setting and production of an updated NBSAP 2016-2025 including costed and prioritised action plans, monitoring and evaluation framework and needs assessments on capacity, technology and finance; and a strategy for resource mobilization for its implementation; A study on Ecosystem Valuation in the Republic of Mauritius; A study on advances in sectoral mainstreaming of biodiversity in Mauritius A study on the incorporation of challenges and opportunities linked to Ecosystem-Based Adaptation and Resilience within Mauritius’ protected area network and; The development of a functional CHM for Mauritius based on best international practice on the matter. The team shall comprise of four profiles of experts which are as follows: Key Expert 1 – Expert in Biodiversity Management, Planning and Monitoring and in Cross Sectoral Mainstreaming (Team leader) Key Expert 2 - International Expert – Ecosystem services valuation Key Expert 3 - Ecosystem-Based Adaptation and Resilience Key Expert 4 - Development of web based applications and on-line systems Duration of the assignment/time frame: The assignment shall be completed within 75 person days spread over four months in accordance with the schedule for the submission of the deliverables including a minimum of 2 missions for the water evaluation expert. The missions shall be envisaged in accordance with projected milestones. Deadline of Submission: Wednesday 10 February 2016 at 16:00 hours local time. Important Note: Any Clarifications/ Amendments on RFP will be posted on the CO Website: www.mu.undp.org  (http://www.mu.undp.org/content/mauritius_and_seychelles/en/home/operations/procurement/)

RFP/MAR2017/ 004 Consultancy services to support the establishment of a common filing system and migration to a central document management system

UNDP Country Office - MAURITIUS | Published August 16, 2017  -  Deadline August 30, 2017
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One of the key deliverables for the PAN Project (Expanding coverage and strengthening management effectiveness of the protected area network on the island of Mauritius) includes the development of a formalized knowledge management system for recording, exchanging and disseminating information as a key output.A Knowledge Management Framework (KMF) was developed through a consultative process with PAN ahis framework is currently being translated into a Knowledge Management System (KMS) which will comprise of the following four principal components:A PAN GIS systemA document management systemAn image management systemSoft KM components and governanceA common filing system (CFS) will be piloted under Components 2 and 4 of the KMS. A common filing system can be defined as: A set of documents that are accessible to all people in the organization with the required level of permission that are useful for day to day operations such as reporting templates, good practice guidelines, terms of reference, etc. The standardization of filing systems should be encouraged and worked upon as part of a process to integrate all document management into a single system linked to a central server.Deadline for Submission : Wednesday, August 30, 2017 by 15:00 hrs (Mauritian Local Time)

EOI - Mauritius - Market Sounding Exercise For the implementation of a Third International gateway through the installation of a new submarine cable for both Mauritius and Rodrigues – 10 2015

 | Published October 16, 2015
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EOI – Mauritius - Market Sounding Exercise For the deployment of White Space Technology in Mauritius

 | Published January 29, 2016
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EOI - Mauritius - Implementation of the Preliminary Technical Study and Design of Island Terminal and Breakwater Structure at Port Louis Harbour – 07 2015

 | Published July 28, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTANCY SERVICES) THE REPUBLIC OF MAURITIUS PRELIMINARY TECHNICAL STUDY AND DESIGN OF ISLAND TERMINAL AND BREAKWATER STRUCTURE AT PORT LOUIS HARBOUR CONTRACT MPA 298/2015 Grant No.: 5500155009003 Project ID No. P-MU-DD0-001 Background Information Port Louis Harbour is the only Port of Mauritius where 99% of the local import and export of the country is handled. The Government is promoting the ocean as a new pillar of the economy where it is foreseen that the Port due to its strategic location has the potential to become a container transshipment hub in the region. Since commencing operations in 1999, the terminal has experienced a steady growth in captive container trade as well as a moderate growth in transshipment trade. MPA is targeting to attain a container transshipment throughput of 500,000 TEUs by 2020 and 750,000 TEUs by 2025. The total container throughput including the captive traffic is therefore expected to exceed 1 million TEUs by 2025. Currently the MPA is proceeding with the extension and strengthening of MCT berth and associated dredging works so as to accommodate large container vessels of over 8,000 TEUs and also to increase the capacity of the terminal to about 750,000 TEUs. However with the interest expressed by some shipping lines to use Port Louis as a hub for transshipment, it is felt that transshipment traffic forecast could be attained earlier than schedule. In order to cater for the container traffic beyond 2025, it is necessary to proceed with the development of the Island Terminal with a capacity of about 1.5 Million TEUs. Port Louis Harbour is protected from predominant south-easterly waves. Overtopping of the container quays at the Mauritius Container Terminal (MCT) takes place when the waves exceed 5m. Generally port operations are suspended when the wave height at the berth location exceeds 0.5m and wind speed exceeds 70km/hr. During the month of February 2004, port operations at the Terminal came to a grinding halt continuously for 8 days because of swell at berth exceeding 1m thereby causing a disruption in the handling of container vessels at the harbour. As a result of its exposure to direct wave the quay has also suffered structural damages. It is felt that a possible solution, with a view to creating a tranquil basin at the Container Terminal and to accommodate future expansion of the Container Terminal, would be the construction of the Island Terminal and breakwater. The Government of the Republic of Mauritius has received a grant from the African Development Bank for implementation of the Preliminary Technical Study and Design of Island Terminal and Breakwater Structure at Port Louis Harbour- Procurement reference No.: MPA 298/2015, and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this grant to payments under the contract for this consultancy service. The Island Terminal is considered favourably as it would, allow for the proposed breakwater structure to achieve the twin objectives of achieving the required tranquility conditions and also permit reclamation of land resources to meet the forecasted future demand for development of further quays, container terminals as well as cargo terminal facilities. To develop a suitable layout showing the optimum alignment of the breakwater so as to achieve the required tranquility conditions inside the basin at all weather conditions. Objective The objective of the study is to assess the technical and economic viability of construction of the Island Terminal and the breakwater to make the country a regional hub. The study would also resolve any risk of operation disruption, assess the environmental and social soundness and desirability of the project, and provide the Mauritius Ports Authority with a roadmap for the project, including identification and planning of various project preparatory activities. Scope of Services as morefully described in the TOR The consultancy services comprise (i) preparation of layout of the terminal; (ii) numerical simulations; (iii) engineering investigations; (iv) preliminary design of facilities; (v) physical modelling test; (vi) revision of the preliminary design; (vii) cost estimates for the terminal; (viii) economic and financial analysis; (ix) preliminary assessment of environmental and social impacts; and (x) recommendations for project implementation. The estimated duration of services is thirteen (13) months and the estimated starting date is February 2016. The above scope of service is indicative. The final scope of service will be detailed in the Request for Proposal to be issued to shortlisted Consultancy firms. Shortlisting of Consultants The Mauritius Ports Authority (MPA) is the Executing Agency. The MPA now invites eligible consulting firms to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultants must provide information, in the attached forms, indicating that they are qualified to perform the services. Consultants may constitute joint- ventures to enhance their chances of qualification. 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 between 9.00 hours and 16.00 hours on working days. Office of Director Port Development Mauritius Ports Authority H. Ramnarain building Mer Rouge Port Louis Fax No.: 217 42 72 Email: info@mauport.com Submission of Expression of Interest Expression of interest, together with duly completed in forms, shall be contained in sealed envelope addressed to the: Director-General Mauritius Ports Authority H. Ramnarain building Mer Rouge Port Louis Republic of Mauritius The envelope shall be clearly marked Procurement reference No.: MPA 298/2015-“Preliminary Technical Study and Design of Island Terminal and Breakwater Structure at Port Louis Harbour” and shall be deposited in the Tender Box located in the office of the Manager (Administrative Services) at the above mentioned address by 14.00 hrs (local time) at latest on 20th August 2015. Late submissions will not be accepted APPLICATION FORM (1) GENERAL INFORMATION All individual parties/firms and each partner of a joint venture/consortium applying for the Expression of Interest are requested to complete this form. Nationality information should be provided for all owners or applicants who are partnerships or individually-owned firms. 1. Name of firm 2. Head office address 3. Telephone Contact 4. Fax E-mail 5. Place of incorporation/registration Year of incorporation/registration Nationality of owners1 Name Nationality 1To be completed by all owners of partnerships or individuallyowned firms. APPLICATION FORM (2) BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF ORGANISATION Name of Applicant or partner of a joint venture/consortium All individual parties/firms and each partner of a joint venture/consortium are requested to complete this form. The information supplied should include the structure of the organisation, the general staffing, logistics and support. Use a separate sheet for each partner of a joint venture. Applicants should not enclose testimonials, certificates, and publicity material with their applications; they will not be taken into account in the evaluation of qualifications. STRUCTURE OF THE ORGANISATION GENERAL STAFFING LOGISTICS AND SUPPORT APPLICATION FORM (3) PARTICULAR EXPERIENCE RECORD Name of Applicant or partner of a joint venture/consortium To enable evaluation and short-listing, the Applicant is required to fill in the form (3A). On a separate page, using the format of Form (3A), the Applicant is requested to provide information on each assignment of a similar nature and complexity to the present assignment for which his firm and each associate (if any) for this assignment, were legally contracted either individually or as a corporate entity or as one of the major companies within an association, for carrying out consultancy services during the last ten (10) years. APPLICATION FORM (3A) DETAILS OF ASSIGNMENTS/CONTRACTS OF SIMILAR NATURE AND COMPLEXITY Name of Applicant or partner of a joint venture/consortium Use a separate sheet for each contract. 1. Number of contract Name of contract Country 2. Name of Employer 3. Employer Address 4. Nature of services and special features relevant to the contract for which the Applicant wishes to be short-listed 5. Contract role (check one) Sole party Management Consultant Subconsultant Partner in a joint venture 6. Name of associate consultants (if any) 7. Date of award 8. Date of completion 9. Contract/subcontract duration (years and months) ________ Years _________ Months 10. Contract Value APPLICATION FORM (4) SUMMARY SHEET: CURRENT CONTRACT COMMITMENTS/SERVICES IN PROGRESS Name of Applicant or partner of a joint venture/consortium Applicants and each partner to an application should provide information on their current commitments on all contracts that have been awarded, or for which a letter of intent or acceptance has been received, or for contracts approaching completion. Name of contract Value Scheduled completion date 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. APPLICATION FORM (5) PERSONNEL CAPABILITIES Name of Applicant For specific positions essential to contract implementation, applicants should provide the name of a prime candidate qualified to meet the requirements for each position. The data on their experience should be supplied in separate sheets using one Form (5A) for each candidate. 1. Title of position Name of prime candidate 2. Title of position Name of prime candidate 3. Title of position Name of prime candidate 4. Title of position Name of prime candidate APPLICATION FORM (5A) CANDIDATE SUMMARY Name of Applicant: Position Candidate information 1. Name of Applicant 2. Date of Birth 3. Professional Qualifications 4. Academic Qualifications Present Employment 5. Name of Employer Address of Employer Telephone Contact (Manager/personnel officer) Fax E-mail Job Title of Candidate Years with present Employer Summarize professional experience over the last ten (10) years, in reverse chronological order. Indicate particular technical and managerial experience relevant to the assignment. From To Company/Project/Position/Relevant technical and management experience

GPN - Mauritius - Preliminary technical study and design of island terminal and breakwater structure at Port Louis harbour – 07 2015

 | Published July 16, 2015
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GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE THE REPUBLIC OF MAURITIUS PRELIMINARY TECHNICAL STUDY AND DESIGN OF ISLAND TERMINAL AND BREAKWATER STRUCTURE AT PORT LOUIS HARBOUR The Government of the Republic of Mauritius has received a grant from the African Development Bank for implementation of the Preliminary Technical Study and Design of Island Terminal and Breakwater Structure at Port Louis Harbour. The objective of the study is to assess the technical and economic viability of construction of the Island Terminal and the breakwater to make the country a regional hub and resolve any risk of operation disruption, assess the environmental and social soundness and desirability of the project, and provide the Government of Mauritius with a roadmap for the project, including identification and planning of various project preparatory activities. Procurement of Consultancy Services will follow the 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 bidders may obtain further information, by contacting: Mauritius Ports Authority (MPA) Attention: Director Port Development Address: H. Ramnarain Building, Mer Rouge, Port Louis Republic of Mauritius Phone: +230 206 5400 Fax: +230 240 0856 E-mail: info@mauport.com

RFP/MAR2015/001 Request for Proposal for Technical Support to the Energy Efficiency Management Office

United Nations Development Programme | Published January 22, 2015  -  Deadline February 23, 2015
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Country of project : Mauritius Funding source: AOSIS/SIDS-Dock Project:  Removal of Barriers to Energy Efficiency and Energy Conservation in Buildings and in Industry Background In line with the strategy of the Government of Mauritius, the UNDP supported and GEF financed project entitled “Removal of Barriers to Energy Efficiency and Energy Conservation in Buildings” was implemented with the overall goal to sustainably reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This project intended to overcome barriers to energy efficiency and energy conservation in buildings, and to reinforce the development of a market approach for improving energy efficiency in both existing and future new buildings.  The main achievements of the project are the setting up of an Energy Efficiency Management Office (EEMO); drafting and enactment of an Energy Efficiency Bill; drafting and enactment of a Building Control Bill; drafting of an Energy Audit Management Scheme (EAMS) for the energy auditing of existing non-residential buildings; development of a Software (MBEAT) for use as a tool for the energy auditing of existing non-residential buildings; and, drafting of the Energy Efficiency Building Code and the Energy Efficiency Building Regulations for the Republic of Mauritius. The Energy Efficiency Bill has been enacted in March 2011, and enactment of the Building Control Bill was done in June 2012. The Building Control Act and the Energy Efficiency Act will regulate the design and construction of buildings to incorporate energy efficiency and energy conservation measures, as well as indoor air quality and comfort standards, for different types and categories of buildings. The EAMS should now be set up and operationalised by the EEMO within the legislative framework of the Energy Efficiency Act. The follow up to this project is the SIDS-Dock project. It is intended to continue to overcome barriers to energy efficiency in buildings and address those in industries and to stimulate the market for energy efficiency in non-residential buildings. In setting out to do so, the project activities will ensure that energy is used cost effectively and rationally throughout the island. The project will allow for the completion and reinforcement of the ongoing initiatives under the GEF/UNDP project to tackle market barriers in energy efficiency in the non-residential buildings, and will be extended to the industrial sector as well. The UNDP intends to recruit a suitable team of Consultants to assist the Ministry of Energy and Public Utilities (MEPU) in the operationalisation of the Energy Efficiency Management Office in line with the provisions of the Energy Efficiency Act and Building Control Act and to strengthen local capacity in the field of Energy Efficiency. Contact Info: UNDP 6th Floor, Anglo-Mauritius Building , intendance street, Port Louis, Mauritius Nishi Sewsurn, Procurement Assistant E-mail : nishi.sewsurn@undp.org Tel: +230 212 3726 Fax: + 230 208 4871 E-mail: nishi.sewsurn@undp.org CO Website: http://www.mu.undp.org/content/mauritius_and_seychelles/en/home/operations/procurement/ UN HQ : http://procurement-notices.undp.org/ Deadline for submission: 23 February 2015 at 16:00 hours (Mauritius Local Time)
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