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Information Notice - Malawi - Nacala Road Corridor Development Phase IV - Liwonde-Mangochi Road Rehabilitation Project – Contract Awards – 08 2015

 | Published August 28, 2015
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PUBLICATION OF AWARD OF CONTRACT INFORMATION NOTICE Publication Date: Wednesday, 26th August 2015 Country: Malawi Executing Agency: Malawi Roads Authority Name of Project/Study: Nacala Road Corridor Development Phase IV (Liwonde-Mangochi Road Rehabilitation Project) Loan/Gant Number: 2100150028743 Name of Request for Proposals (RFP): Consulting Services for Design Review, Pre-Contract Services and Supervision of the Rehabilitation of Liwonde - Mangochi Road Selection Method: Quality and Cost Based Selection (QCBS) Date of Publication of EOI: 19th February, 2014 Date of issuance of RFP: 2nd June, 2014 Technical Proposals Opening Date: 18th August, 2014 Financial Proposals Opening Date: 20th February, 2015 Date of approval by the Bank of the draft negotiated Contract: 15th July, 2015 Name of Selected Consultant: Group Consult Global (Botswana) in association with Pamodzi Consulting Engineers (Malawi) Nationality: Botswana/Malawi Address: GROUP Consult Global (Pty) Ltd. in association with Pamodzi Consulting Engineers, Suite 68, Barclays Plaza, Blue Jacket St, P. O. Box 141, Francistown, Botswana Contract Award Price: US$1,802,109.00 One Million, Eight Hundred and Two Thousand, One Hundred and Nine United States Dollars Contract Start Date: 29th July 2015 Contract Duration: 38 Months Summary of Scope of Contract Awarded: - Review of the existing designs and update the detailed engineering design of the road including production of bidding documents - Assist the Roads Authority during the pre-contract stage with issuing of tender documents, conducting the tenderers’ site inspection, providing clarifications during the tender period, evaluating tenders and assisting with contract award, and compiling copies of the works contract for signature. - Supervise and monitor the physical progress and financial status of the construction works on behalf of the Malawi Roads Authority (RA) by ensuring that the works are completed on time, within budget and meeting the acceptable engineering and safety quality. Total Number of proposals Received: Six Name: Group Consult Global in Association with Pamodzi Consulting Engineers Nationality: Botswana/Malawi Address: GROUP Consult Global (Pty) Ltd. In association with Pamodzi Consulting Engineers, Suite 68, Barclays Plaza, Blue Jacket St, P. O. Box 141, Francistown, Botswana Technical points: 86.48% Evaluated Price: US$1,802,109.00 Final Points: 89.18% Ranking: 1 Name: AECO-Abuljebain Engineering Consulting Office, P O Box 35188, Shaab 36052, State of Kuwait Nationality: Kuwait Address P. O. Box 35188, Shaab 36052, State of Kuwait Technical points: 78.23% Evaluated Price: N/A Final Points: N/A Ranking 5 Name: Studi Pianificazione in Association with umar Munshi Associates and in Subconsultancy with Romana Consulting Engineers Nationality: Italy Address: Studi e Pianificazione del Territorio (SPT), 00181 Roma Via Tusoolana 3336, Italy Technical points: 68.57% Evaluated Price: N/A Final Points: N/A Ranking 6 Name: David Consulting Engineers (Malawi) in association with Civil Planning Group (Mozambique) Nationality: Malawi/Mozambique Address: P. O. Box 1055, Lilongwe, Malawi Technical points: 86.78% Evaluated Price: US$2,435,000.00 Final Points: 84.23% Ranking: 3 Name: Intercontinental Consultant and Technocrats (India) in association with RD Consulting Engineers (Malawi) Nationality: India/Malawi Address: A-8 Green Park, New Delhi-110016, India Technical points: 85.26% Evaluated Price: US$1,494,300.00/MWK231,830,280.00 Final Points: 85.72% Ranking: 2 Name: Aurecon Amei in association with Infracon (Romana Consulting Engineers) Nationality: Mauritius/Malawi Address: Ebene House, 3rd Floor 33 Cyber City, Ebene, Mauritius Technical points: 80.19% Evaluated Price: US$2,020,000.00/MWK25,500,000.00 Final Points: 81.46% Ranking: 4 N.B.: Any consultant who wishes to ascertain the grounds on which its proposal was not selected, should request an explanation from the Malawi Roads Authority. In any event, the Bank reserves the right to review any complaint of a bidder at any time following the award.

Consulting, evaluation of TB programs

Weltbankgruppe Weltbank /International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD/Weltbank-Gruppe) | Published September 10, 2017  -  Deadline October 20, 2017
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Consulting, health protection in mining

Sonstige Entwicklungsbanken; New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) , African Union | Published November 7, 2017  -  Deadline August 20, 2004
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Feasibility Study and Preliminary Designs for Stambuli Dam

UNDP Malawi Office - MALAWI | Published December 21, 2017  -  Deadline January 19, 2018
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The Government of Malawi, through the Environmental Affairs Department (EAD) in the Ministry of Natural Resources Energy and Mining with support from Global Environment Facility (GEF)-Least Developed Countries Fund (LDCF) and United Nation Development Programme (UNDP) is implementing a project to support implementation of a climate resilience project namely ‘Climate Proofing Local Development Gains in Rural and Urban Areas of Machinga and Mangochi Districts.’ In Mangochi, the project targets three Traditional Authorities (TA) (Nankumba, Chimwala, and Mponda).As one way of promoting rain water harvesting in response to the current drought and inconsistent rainfall pattern the country is facing, Mangochi District Council plans to develop a dam to be used mainly for irrigation, water supply and flood control for the benefit of local communities. The dam is proposed to be constructed on Mtemankhokwe River. The GPS Coordinates for the proposed dam site are 36L 0722 406. 8394 827. It is approximately 30km from Mangochi Boma in the area of GVH Stambuli, TA Mponda, near Katema Trading Centre. In view of this, the Council intends to engage the services of a Consultant to carry out extensive feasibility study including field assessment, associated preliminary survey and design works. The feasibility study and construction works will be funded by GEF-LDCF through UNDP Country Office under Climate Proofing Project, a project being implemented in Mangochi and Machinga Districts.

MW Skills Development Project - P131660

National Council for Higher Education | Published August 3, 2015  -  Deadline August 13, 2015
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Consultancy To Review Malawi Tevet Apprenticeship System NationalCouncil for Higher Education                                      MalawiGovernment SKILLSDEVELOPMENT PROJECT (SDP) RE -ADVERTISEMENT REQUEST FOREXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTINGSERVICES ? INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT) Name of Project             : SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PROJECT. Assignment Title                : CONSULTANCY TO REVIEWMALAWITEVET APPRENTICESHIP SYSTEM Reference Number            : NCHE /SDP/TEVETA APS/07/15 Background The Government of the Republic of Malawi has received a credit facilityfrom the World Bank towards the Skills Development Project (SDP). Theobjectiveof the SDP is to increase access, market relevance and result orientation ofsupported skills development institutions in agreed priority areas. TheTechnical, Entrepreneurial and Vocational Education and Training (TEVET)Authority is one of five participating institutions, and TEVET Improvement Plan(TIP) is part of SDP, and aims at increasing access to employment-orientedskills development programmes in rural areas; broadening the range ofmarket-relevant programmes at technician level in priority areas in partnershipwith employers and industry; improving the capacity for quality assurance inthe TEVET system and conducting impact evaluation to test the effectiveness ofalternative interventions. The TIP partners are Ministry of Education, Scienceand Technology, Ministry of Labour, TEVET Authority and TEVET Institutions. As part of preparations for the TIP there is need to review the TEVETApprenticeship System. The current apprenticeship system is centrallymanagedby TEVET Authority who are responsible for recruitment and placement ofpre-apprentices to private and public institutions, and coordinating bothinstitution and industry-based training. Annually an average of 1,200schoolleavers with Malawi School Certificate of Education are selected for placementinto regulated apprenticeship program which account for an average 20% of thecollege capacity, 80% being filled by trainees on parallel programs which are unregulated.This makes the whole apprenticeship system difficult to manage as a result. The apprenticeship system has over the years faced a number challengesat both demand and supply sides including management of different parallelnational TEVET curricula, management and implementation of assessmentandcertification processes, delivery of TEVET curriculum, infrastructuredevelopment and industry participation. These challenges have resulted ininefficiencies and ineffectiveness of the apprenticeship system that requireimprovement. Purpose of theConsultancy The overallpurpose of this consultancy is to review the currentsituation in TEVET Apprenticeship in Malawi and best practices in othercountries, and propose an efficient, equitable and responsive TEVETApprenticeship System in Malawi capable of producing sufficient and competitivelabour force. Specifically the consultancy is aimed atproviding recommendations/proposals to the following specific questions: i.     how to ensure increased participation of privatesector to open up for apprenticeships, ii.     how to improve assessment  and certification ofapprenticeshipprogrammes., iii.     how to ensure that skills learned throughapprenticeship elsewhere are better aligned with Malawi TEVET qualification framework, iv.     how to measure impact of apprenticeship (i.e.Skills learned, employment outcomes, v.     how to ensure equity (access of the poor) toapprenticeship, vi.     how to improve stakeholder commitment andparticipation. Scope of Work To meet the purpose ofthe assignment, the individual consultant shall undertake a SituationalAnalysis on the following key tasks and make recommendations: i.           Review the assessmentand certification systems of apprentice able occupations in Malawi; ii.           Conduct institutional capacity assessment ofTEVET providers, quality assurance bodies, assessment and awarding bodies inrelation to the Apprenticeship System in Malawi; iii.           Assess theparticipation of industry in apprenticeship system in Malawi; iv.           Conduct a comparativestudy with other countries within Africa and beyond on best practicesin theapprenticeship system from recruitment through training to certification. 4.     Expectedoutputs/deliverables The main outputof the assignment is a proposed efficient and responsive TEVET ApprenticeshipSystem. Specific outputs are as follows: (a)              Inceptionreport, including detailed methodology and time schedule (b)              SituationAnalysis Report; (c)               Consultativestakeholder workshop Report (d)              Apprenticeshipsystem review report (e)              Recommendationsand detailed proposal for the Malawi apprenticeship system reform Timeframe for theConsultancy Output Expected reporting dates Month 1 Month 2 Inception report Situation Analysisreport Consultativestakeholder workshop report Apprenticeshipsystem review report Presentation ofapprenticeship system review report Recommendations and detailed proposal for theMalawi apprenticeship system reform The assignmentwill be implemented over a period of 2 months. It is expected that theindividual consultant will submit reports following the schedule below: Payment schedule # Outputs/ Deliverables Amount i. Inceptionreport 10 % ofContracted Amount ii. SituationAnalysis report 20 % ofContracted Amount iii. Consultativestakeholder workshop report 10 % ofContracted Amount iv. Apprenticeshipsystem review report 30 % of Contracted Amount v. Presentationof apprenticeship system review report 20 % of Contracted Amount vi. Report on recommendationsand detailed proposal for the Malawi apprenticeship system reform 10 % ofContracted Amount 7.     Invitation for Expression of Interest (EOI) The National Council for Higher Education through the Skills DevelopmentProject (SDP)    nowinvites eligible individual Consultants to indicate their interest inprovidingthe Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstratingthat they have the required qualifications and relevant experience toperformthe Services. DETAILED TERMS OF REFERENCE (TORS) ARE AVAILABLE ONREQUEST. 8.     The shortlisting   Criteriaare: The followingcriteria will be used to selectthe individual consultants: a.     KeyQualification: ·        A minimumof Master's degree in relevant academic field, particularly in TEVET relatedareas. PhD holders will have an added advantage; ·        A minimumof 10 years' experience in TEVET related assignments, in particularapprenticeship system; b.     Work and Experience: ·   Good knowledge of the education andtraining systems in Africa, in particular Southern Africa; ·   Extensive experience in facilitation ofTEVET related consultative stakeholder workshops; ·   Significant knowledge of andinvolvement in education sector planning and analysis; ·   Strong analytical and draftingskills 9.        Location ofAssignment The consultancy is based atNCHE Secretariat in Lilongwe. The NCHE will establish a Review Committee comprisingofficials from NCHE (2), Ministry ofLabour (1), TEVETA  (3),TechnicalColleges (2).  The consultant willproduce a series of reports in English language during the study. Thereportswill be submitted in triplicate to the Review Committee through the ProjectCoordinator in the NCHE according to the deliverables. 10.       Reporting: She/he willreport to the SDP Project Coordinator. 11.       Conflict ofInterest The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of theWorld Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment ofConsultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World BankBorrowers  January, 2011. ("ConsultantGuidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy onconflict of interest. 12.       Selection Criteria AConsultant will be selected in accordance with the Individual ConsultantsSelection (IC) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. 13.       Further information Furtherinformation can be obtained at the address below at paragraph (12) duringoffice hours from 8.00 to 12.00; 13.00 to 16.00 hours local time (Monday toFriday, except national public holidays). 14.       Submission Expressionsof interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below at paragraph(12) (in person, or by mail, or by e-mail) by 13th August,2015. Late EOIswill be rejected. The EOIs must be clearly marked "Expression of Interest for IndividualConsultant to review MalawiTEVET Apprenticeship System." Applications should enclosedetailed Curriculum Vitae (CV), plus names of 3 (three) traceable referees. 15.   Addressfor theClarification, further detailsand submission of the EOIs: The SDPProject Coordinator, (Attn:The Procurement Specialist) SkillsDevelopmentProject (SDP), Physical Address: National Councilfor Higher Education, HB House, Block A Along Paul Kagame Road, Next to Chipiku Plus, Postal Address: PrivateBag B371, Lilongwe 3, Malawi. Phone          : +265 01 755884 1.Email          :rchinula@nche.ac.mw : rchinula@gmail.com :fmazaza@nche.ac.mw :fynessmazaza@yahoo.co.uk

MW-Financial Sector Technical Assistance - P122616

Financial Sector Technical Assistance Project (FSTAP) | Published August 17, 2016  -  Deadline August 26, 2016
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Eoi For Recruitment Of Resident Advisor On Supervision Of Pension RESERVEBANK OF MALAWI FINANCIAL SECTOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROJECT (FSTAP) RECRUITMENT OF RESIDENT ADVISORON SUPERVISION OF PENSION Country:                                 Malawi Name of Project:                    Financial Sector Technical Assistance Project (FSTAP) Description of Position::       Resident Advisor on Supervision of Pension Credit No.                               4897 Mw Project ID No.                                     P122616 Date of Issue:                       13th August 2016 The Government of the Republic of Malawi has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Financial TechnicalAssistance Project(FSTAP), and intends to apply part of the proceedsof this credit towards eligible costs for the recruitment of a Resident Advisor on Supervision ofPension. 1.0 Background The Government of Malawi (GoM) recognizes the vital role thatthe Financial Sector plays inthe social economic development of the country. While significant progress in the regulatory framework has been made, the formalfinancial sector in Malawi remains small, concentrated and services a narrow clientele. The Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM), on behalfof the GoM has taken a leading role in the development of a policy and institutional framework for the development of the financialsector. A key intervention in these reforms is the implementation of the five-year Financial SectorTechnical Assistance Project (FSTAP) which the GoM is financing with a credit from the International Development Association (IDA)of the World Bank. The project aims at increasing access to finance for the currently unbanked but bankable populationofMalawi.  The project'sprimary end-beneficiaries will be the financially excludedpopulation. The Reserve Bank of Malawi intends to use part of the proceeds of the credit to make eligiblepayments for the services of a resident advisor on supervision of pension to build technical capacity of the Pension and InsuranceSupervision Department to regulate and supervise the pension industry in Malawi. Theconsultancy is open to individual consultants and the prospective candidate will be under the supervision of the Pension andInsurance Supervision Department (PISU). 2.0Objectives of the Assignment The main objectiveof the assignment is to build capacity of the pension and insurance supervision department to effectively and efficiently carry outregulation and supervision of pension funds in line with international standards and best practice. Specific objectives of theassignment are as follows: 1.     To assess effectiveness of existing pension supervision activities againstinternationalstandards and best practice and implement improvements to ensure compliance; 2.     To recommend a supervisory philosophy and approach for the regulation of pension entities;and 3.     To develop procedure manuals that will support processes in pension supervision, includingbut not limited to licensing, off-site surveillance, on-site examinations, and enforcement; 4.     To strengthen capacity for staff in the Pension and Insurance Supervision Department of theReserve Bank of Malawi to effectively supervise the pension industry. 3.0Scope of the assignment Theassignment is divided into three phases as follows: 3.1Phase one (1 month) In thefirst phase, the Consultant will conduct a comprehensive review of the existing market structure and effectiveness and adequacy ofexisting supervision activities. The work shall focus on, but not limited to: Review the Pension Act to appreciate the Malawian pensionmodel;Assess the risks to which pension funds in Malawi are exposed andadequacy of the mitigating activities;Review existing regulations for pension funds and pension serviceproviders;Assess adequacy of prudential requirements and standards of marketconduct;Review of existing pension supervision approach;Assess PISU's supervision objectives, organisation structure and jobdescriptions;Assess reporting requirements of various pension entities; andReview previous consultancy reports on regulation and supervision ofpension funds. 3.2 Phase two (2 months) During thisphase, the Consultant based on work completed in the first phase must: Recommend a supervision philosophyand approach for on-goingsupervision of all pension entities including pension funds, administrators, investment managers andcustodians;Develop supervision processes procedure manuals covering all pensionentities in the areas of licensing,off-site supervision, on-site supervision and enforcement actions to support the supervisionapproach;Develop, after liaising with the Pension and Insurance Department,relevant directives and guidelines that will facilitate adequate regulation and supervision of pension entities as provided for inthe Pension Act. Draft necessary documentation for the design and implementation ofan effective pay-out phase appropriate for the national pension scheme in Malawi;Undertake a training needs assessment and develop a training programfor PISU staff. 3.3 Phase three (2 months) During thisphase the consultant shall: Execute the training program designed in phasetwo;Assist the Department in the implementation and application of thesupervision framework and processes, and examination procedures manual by conducting pilot off-site analyses and on-siteexaminations; Conduct at least two pilot on-siteexaminations using the recommendedsupervision approach;Conduct a training workshop for staff in the Pension and InsuranceSupervision Department; and Conduct an awareness workshop for the pension industry on theapplication of the supervision framework. 4.0 Deliverables TheConsultant will be required to deliver on the following: An inception report within two weeks of concluding first phaseoutlining the findings, strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats to supervision of pension. The reportmay recommend anappropriate risk based supervision approach to supervision of pension;A framework to facilitate rolling out of the supervisionapproach;Supervision Processes and examination proceduresmanuals;Relevant regulations and directives as discussed with the departmentincluding but not limited to directives on the pay-out phase and investment of pension funds.Recommended amendments to the Pension Act consequential to theconsultancy work;Training program and implementation plan within two weeks priorto the end of the second phase;Draft report at the end of the second phase;andFinal report within one month after conclusion of the third andfinal visit of the consultancy. 5.0 Qualifications The candidate must meet the following qualifications: Master's degree in either actuarial science, economics, finance orbusiness administration or comparablequalifications;At least 10 years' work experiencein the regulation and supervisionof pension funds; and Experience in consulting within the region i.e. within and outsidethe SADC region, will be an added advantage 6.0 Reporting Arrangements Theprospective candidate will be report to the Director of Pension and Insurance Supervision Department of theRBM. 7.0 Duration of the Assignment The assignment is for amaximum period of 5 calendar months from the date of signing the contract. 8.0 Selection of Consultant The consultant will be selected in accordance with the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection andEmployment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers, of January, 2011 revised in 2014. 9.0 Submission of applications Interested individual consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualifiedto perform the services (i.e. CVs, qualifications, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditionsetc.). Applications must be delivered to the addressbelow by 26th August, 2016. The Project Manager FinancialSector Technical Assistance Project (FSTAP) ReserveBank of Malawi P.O. Box30063. Lilongwe 3, Malawi. Tel:    +2651770 600/924 FAX:   (265) 1 773 752 E-mail:  josmilner@fstap.org and copy stsokonombwe@fstap.org

EOI - Malawi - Consulting Firms - Design and Construction Supervision Consultants for Phalombe District – SRWSIHL – 09 2015

 | Published September 2, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST Consulting Firms MALAWI Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development Sustainable Rural Water and Sanitation Infrastructure for Improved Health and Livelihood Project (SRWSIHL) Design and Construction Supervision Consultants for Rehabilitation and Expansion of Gravity Fed Systems and Construction Supervision of Boreholes in Phalombe District Financing Agreement reference: 2100150031195, 5800155001352, 2200160001289 Project ID No.: P-MW-E00-006 PROCUREMENT NOTICE NO: IPC/021/SRWIHL/C/003 1. This request for expression of interest follows the General Procurement Notice for this project that appeared in Development Business No 608 of 16th September 2014. 2. The Republic of Malawi through Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development received financing from the African Development Bank Group towards the cost of the Sustainable Rural Water and Sanitation Infrastructure for Improved Health and Livelihood (SRWIHL) Project and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for these loans to payments under the contract for Design and Construction Supervision Consultants for Rehabilitation and Expansion of Gravity Fed Systems and Construction Supervision of Boreholes in Phalombe District 3. The objective of the project is to spur socio-economic growth in Malawi by improving health and livelihoods of the rural population through provision of sustainable water supply and improved sanitation in the districts of Rumphi, Nkhotakota, Ntcheu, Mangochi and Phalombe. In addition to increasing access to clean water and improved sanitation services in the project districts, the project aims to: (i) increase the resilience of water supply systems through rehabilitation and expansion and address sanitation and hygiene challenges. (ii) climate proof and ensure inclusive access to water supply and sanitation. (iii) support the empowerment of district councils and rural communities with particular emphasis on women and youth, monitoring and evaluation, and on enhancing sector reforms for governance and accountability of service delivery. 4. The specific objectives of the services under this assignment include: (i) Design and Construction Supervision of the Rehabilitation and Expansion Gravity Fed Systems include: a. To prepare detailed designs and bid documents for the rehabilitation and extension of the two (2) existing gravity fed piped water schemes in Phalombe district. b. Construction Supervision of the rehabilitation and expansion works. (ii) Construction Supervision of Boreholes in the District include: a. To provide the current and future water needs in the rural areas by development of groundwater resources through active participation of the community in all stages of the project. b. Perform all the necessary hydro geological studies for borehole siting. c. Supervise all the drilling, construction and testing operations and, report and analyse the information generated during the project. 5. The Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development now invites eligible consulting firms 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. 6. 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” 2008, Revised July, 2012 which is available on the Bank’s website at http://www.afdb.org. 7. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours from 7.30 am to 4.30 pm Monday to Friday. Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development Tikwere House, City Centre Procurement Unit, Ground Floor, Room 14 P/Bag 390, Lilongwe 3, Malawi 8. Expressions of Interest must be delivered to the address below by 16th September, 2015 and mention “Design and Construction Supervision Consultants for Phalombe District” The Chairman, Internal Procurement Committee Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development Tikwere House, City Centre Procurement Unit, Ground Floor, Room 14 P/Bag 390, Lilongwe 3, Malawi Tel.: (265) 1 770 344 Fax: (265) 1 773 737 Email: jambo_joyce@yahoo.com

EOI - Malawi - Consulting Firms - Design and Construction Supervision Consultants for Ntcheu and Mangochi Districts – SRWSIHL – 09 2015

 | Published September 2, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST Consulting Firms MALAWI Sustainable Rural Water and Sanitation Infrastructure for Improved Health and Livelihood (SRWSIHL) Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development Design and Construction Supervision Consultants for Rehabilitation and Expansion of Gravity Fed Systems and Construction Supervision of Boreholes in Ntcheu and Mangochi Districts Financing Agreement reference: 2100150031195, 5800155001352, 2200160001289 Project ID No.: P-MW-E00-006 PROCUREMENT NOTICE NO: IPC/021/SRWIHL/C/004 1. This request for expressions of interest follows the General Procurement Notice for this program that appeared in Development Business No 608 of 16th September 2014. 2. The Republic of Malawi through Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development received financing from the African Development Bank Group towards the cost of the Sustainable Rural Water and Sanitation Infrastructure for Improved Health and Livelihood (SRWSIHL) Project and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for the loans to payments under the contract for Design and Construction Supervision Consultants for Rehabilitation and Expansion of Gravity Fed Systems and Construction Supervision of Boreholes in Ntcheu and Mangochi Districts. 3. The objective of the project is to spur socio-economic growth in Malawi by improving health and livelihoods of the rural population through provision of sustainable water supply and improved sanitation in the districts of Rumphi, Nkhotakota, Ntcheu, Mangochi and Phalombe. In addition to increasing access to clean water and improved sanitation services, the project aims to: (i) increase the resilience of water supply systems through rehabilitation and expansion and address sanitation and hygiene challenges. (ii) climate proof and ensure inclusive access to water supply and sanitation. (iii) support the empowerment of district councils and rural communities with particular emphasis on women and youth, monitoring and evaluation, and on enhancing sector reforms for governance and accountability of service delivery. 4. The specific objectives of the services under this assignment include: (iv) Design and Construction Supervision of the Rehabilitation and Expansion Gravity Fed Systems include : a. To prepare detailed designs and bid documents for the rehabilitation and extension of the Four (4) existing gravity fed piped water schemes in Ntcheu and Mangochi districts. b. Construction Supervision of the rehabilitation and expansion works. (v) Construction Supervision of Boreholes in the District include: a. To provide the current and future water needs in the rural areas by development of groundwater resources through active participation of the community in all stages of the programme. b. Perform all the necessary hydro geological studies for borehole siting. c. Supervise all the drilling, construction and testing operations and, report and analyse the information generated during the project. 5. The Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development now invites eligible consulting firms 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. 6. 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” 2008, Revised July, 2012 which is available on the Bank’s website at http://www.afdb.org. 7. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours from 7.30 am to 4.30 pm Monday to Friday. Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development Tikwere House, City Centre Procurement Unit, Ground Floor, Room 14 P/Bag 390, Lilongwe 3, Malawi 8. Expressions of Interest must be delivered to the address below by 16th September, 2015 and mention “Design and Construction Supervision Consultants for Ntcheu and Mangochi Districts” The Chairman, Internal Procurement Committee Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development Tikwere House, City Centre Procurement Unit, Ground Floor, Room 14 P/Bag 390, Lilongwe 3, Malawi Tel.: (265) 1 770 344 Fax: (265) 1 773 737 Email: jambo_joyce@yahoo.com

EOI - Malawi - Consulting Firms - Design and Construction Supervision Consultants for Rumphi and Nkhotakota Districts – SRWSIHL – 09 2015

 | Published September 2, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST Consulting Firms MALAWI Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development Sustainable Rural Water and Sanitation Infrastructure for Improved Health and Livelihood (SRWSIHL) Design and Construction Supervision Consultants for Rehabilitation and Expansion of Gravity Fed Systems and Construction Supervision of Boreholes in Rumphi and Nkhotakota Districts Financing Agreement reference: 2100150031195, 5800155001352, 2200160001289 Project ID No.: P-MW-E00-006 PROCUREMENT NOTICE NO: IPC/021/SRWIHL/C/002 1. This request for expressions of interest follows the General Procurement Notice for this program that appeared in Development Business No 608 of 16th September 2014. 2. The Republic of Malawi through Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development received financing from the African Development Bank Group towards the cost of the Sustainable Rural Water and Sanitation Infrastructure for Improved Health and Livelihood (SRWSIHL) Project and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this loan to payments under the contract for Design and Construction Supervision Consultants for Rehabilitation and Expansion of Gravity Fed Systems and Construction Supervision of Boreholes in Rumphi and Nkhotakota Districts. 3. The objective of the project is to spur socio-economic growth in Malawi by improving health and livelihoods of the rural population through provision of sustainable water supply and improved sanitation in the districts of Rumphi, Nkhotakota, Ntcheu, Mangochi and Phalombe. In addition to increasing access to clean water and improved sanitation services, the project also aims to: (i) increase the resilience of water supply systems through rehabilitation and expansion and address sanitation and hygiene challenges. (ii) climate proof and ensure inclusive access to water supply and sanitation. (iii) support the empowerment of district councils and rural communities with particular emphasis on women and youth, monitoring and evaluation, and on enhancing sector reforms for governance and accountability of service delivery. 4. The specific objectives of the services under this assignment include: (i) Design and Construction Supervision of the Rehabilitation and Expansion Gravity Fed Systems include : a. To prepare detailed designs and bid documents for the rehabilitation and extension of the Six (6) existing gravity fed piped water schemes in Rumphi and Nkhotakota districts. b. Construction Supervision of the rehabilitation and expansion works. (ii) Construction Supervision of Boreholes in the District include: a. To provide the current and future water needs in the rural areas by development of groundwater resources through active participation of the community in all stages of the programme. b. Perform all the necessary hydro geological studies for borehole siting. c. Supervise all the drilling, construction and testing operations and, report and analyse the information generated during the project. 5. The Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development now invites eligible consulting firms 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. 6. 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” 2008, Revised July, 2012 which is available on the Bank’s website at http://www.afdb.org. 7. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours from 7.30 am to 4.30 pm Monday to Friday. Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development Tikwere House, City Centre Procurement Unit, Ground Floor, Room 14 P/Bag 390, Lilongwe 3, Malawi 8. Expressions of Interest must be delivered to the address below by 16th September, 2015 and mention “Design and Construction Supervision Consultants for Rumphi and Nkhotakota Districts” The Chairman, Internal Procurement Committee Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development Tikwere House, City Centre Procurement Unit, Ground Floor, Room 14 P/Bag 390, Lilongwe 3, Malawi Tel.: (265) 1 770 344 Fax: (265) 1 773 737 Email: jambo_joyce@yahoo.com

Consulting, HIV surveillance systems (WHO) - DEADLINE EXTENSION

United Nations (UN) | Published January 1, 1970  -  Deadline March 20, 2031
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Individual Consultancy for Training District Peace Committees

Malawi, Regional Bureau for Africa - MALAWI | Published July 31, 2017  -  Deadline August 11, 2017
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Malawi has a reputation for being a peaceful and stable country but the events of 20/21 July 2011 that led to 20 deaths were a wake-up that Malawi cannot take its peace for granted.Over the years, the country has benefitted from the use of traditional conflict management mechanisms and practices in resolving local and national conflicts. Government, Civil Society Organizations and other stakeholders have provided various forms of alternative dispute resolution mechanisms. These institutions include the Judiciary, District Labour Offices, the Office of the Ombudsman, Malawi Human Rights Commission, Public Affairs Committee, National Forum for Peaceful Resolution of Conflicts, etc. While some of these institutions have played a critical role in managing national conflicts, their efforts have been impeded by two main challenges, namely; lack of enabling legislation and absence of a national peace architecture that promotes pro-active rather than reactive conflict management in the country. As a result, their efforts were mostly being ad-hoc and unsustainable.In an effort to achieve more sustainable peace, the Government of Malawi is in the process of establishing a National Peace Architecture (NPA) to serve as the national pillar for peacebuilding, conflict prevention and transformation. The NPA will functionally be represented at national and district levels where these structures will engage in a collaborative manner with other key stakeholders in peacebuilding and transformative dialogues that foster national cohesion.In view of the above, as a first step and a test to roll out the NPA structures nationwide, three pilot District Peace Committee (DPC) have been established in Karonga, Mangochi, and Kasungu. The lessons that will be learnt from this exercise have been the basis of which similar structures will be implemented in other districts across the country. Currently the process is underway to establish DPCs in six other districts including Rumphi, Nkhatabay, Mulanje, Machinga, Nsanje, and Salima.The formal establishment of these DPCs will be based on the provisions of the NPA Strategic plan that have been validated at a National Stakeholders workshop in March 2015 and the National Peace Policy which is awaiting Cabinet approval.

Consulting, evaluation of a malaria vaccination program

United Nations (UN); WHO | Published January 1, 1970  -  Deadline June 20, 2029
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Consulting, communication standards for emergency medical calls

Weltbankgruppe Weltbank /International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD/Weltbank-Gruppe) | Published January 1, 1970  -  Deadline March 20, 2007
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Consulting, standards of emergency medical care

Weltbankgruppe Weltbank /International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD/Weltbank-Gruppe) | Published January 1, 1970  -  Deadline March 20, 2007
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Consulting, financing of emergency medical care

Weltbankgruppe Weltbank /International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD/Weltbank-Gruppe) | Published January 1, 1970  -  Deadline March 20, 2007
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Consulting, training standards for emergency medical helpers

Weltbankgruppe Weltbank /International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD/Weltbank-Gruppe) | Published January 1, 1970  -  Deadline March 20, 2007
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Consulting, financing offers for the agricultural sector

Weltbankgruppe Weltbank /International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD/Weltbank-Gruppe) | Published December 3, 2018  -  Deadline March 20, 2021
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Consulting, Social Protection / HIV Prevention (UNICEF)

United Nations (UN); UNICEF | Published December 12, 2017  -  Deadline December 20, 2028
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EOI – Malawi - Consultancy services for preparation of sanitation and hygiene investment plan for Mzimba town – 11 2015

 | Published November 25, 2015
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EOI – Malawi - Consultancy services for sanitation marketing and hygiene campaign at Mzimba town – 11 2015

 | Published November 25, 2015
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Guadeloupe Guam Guatemala Guinea Guinea-Bissau Guyana Haiti Heard Island and McDonald Islands Honduras Hong Kong SAR of China Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kiribati Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Laos Latvia Lebanon Lesotho Liberia Libya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Macao SAR of China Macedonia Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Maldives Mali Malta Marshall Islands Martinique Mauritania Mauritius Mayotte Mexico Micronesia Moldova Monaco Mongolia Montenegro Montserrat Morocco Mozambique Myanmar Namibia Nauru Nepal Netherlands Netherlands Antilles New Caledonia New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Niue Norfolk Island North Korea Northern Marianas Norway Oman Pakistan Palau Palestine Panama Papua New Guinea Paraguay Peru Philippines Pitcairn Islands Poland Portugal Puerto Rico Qatar Reunion Romania Russia Rwanda Saint Helena Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Lucia Saint Pierre and Miquelon Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Samoa San Marino 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Mechanism African Water Facility African Women in Business Initiative Agriculture & Agro-industries Aid for Trade Trust Fund Civil Society Climate Change Climate for Development in Africa (ClimDev-Africa) Initiative Climate Investment Funds (CIF) Congo Basin Forest Fund Deauville Partnership Economic & Financial Governance Education Emergency Liquidity Facility (ELF) Energy & Power Enhanced Private Sector Assistance for Africa: EPSA Initiative Environment Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative Financial Crisis Food Production Fragile States Facility Fund for African Private Sector Assistance Gender Global Environment Facility (GEF) Health Health in Africa Fund Higher Education Science and Technology Trust Fund Human and Social Development Information & Communication Technology Infrastructure Investment Climate Facility Making Finance Work for Africa Partnership Microfinance Multidonor Trust Fund Middle Income Countries Migration and Development Initiative Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Multi-Donor Governance Trust Fund Multidonor Water Partnership Program NEPAD NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility (NEPAD-IPFF) Partnerships Poverty Reduction Private Sector Development Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) Quality Assurance & Results Regional Integration Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Initiative Seed Capital Assistance Facility (SCAF) South-South Cooperation Trust Fund Strategic Partnership with Africa Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa Trade Finance Initiative Transport Water Supply & Sanitation Youth Zimbabwe Multi-Donor Trust Fund Enquiry details Quote "The policy is a reaffirmation of the Bank Group’s commitment, to carry out its development activities in an open and transparent manner..." AfDB's VP SG Simultaneous disclosure Declassified Key documents Board Documents Policy Documents Strategy Documents Project & Operations Project-related Procurement Publications Environmental & Social Assessments Financial Information Legal Documents All Documents Useful Links Integrity and Anti-Corruption AfDB Group's Long Term Strategy Countries Field Office Contacts AfDB and IATI MapAfrica Civil Society Initiatives & Partnerships Explore what we do Sectors Agriculture & Agro-industries Climate Change Economic & Financial Governance Education Energy & Power Environment Gender Health Human Capital Development Information & Communication Technology Infrastructure Private Sector Transport Water Supply & Sanitation Topics Civil Society Employment Financial Crisis Food Production Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Partnerships Poverty Reduction Quality Assurance & Results Regional Integration Sanctions System Structural Transformation Youth Ebola Independent Development Evaluation (IDEV) Select a country Explore our activities Please select a country North Africa - Algeria - Egypt - Libya - Mauritania - Morocco - Tunisia West Africa - Benin - Burkina Faso - Cape Verde - Côte d’Ivoire - Gambia - Ghana - Guinea - Guinea-Bissau - Liberia - Mali - Niger - Nigeria - Senegal - Sierra Leone - Togo East Africa - Burundi - Comoros - Djibouti - Eritrea - Ethiopia - Kenya - Rwanda - Seychelles - Somalia - South Sudan - Sudan - Tanzania - Uganda Central Africa - Cameroon - Central African Republic - Chad - Congo - Democratic Republic of Congo - Equatorial Guinea - Gabon - Madagascar Southern Africa - Angola - Botswana - Lesotho - Malawi - Mauritius - Mozambique - Namibia - São Tomé & Príncipe - South Africa - Swaziland - Zambia - Zimbabwe Terms & Conditions Disclosure and Access to Information Sitemap Search Glossary RSS Feeds Facebook Twitter Instagram Photos Flickr Photos Youtube Videos RSS Email © 2015 African Development Bank Group Web design agency - Liquid Light