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Consultancy to carry out national study on behaviour and social change communication capacity assessment in Malawi

United Nations Children's Fund | Published April 4, 2017
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Consultancy to carry out national study on behaviour and social change communication capacity assessment in Malawi.

EOI - Malawi - Consultancy services for improved efficiency and competitiveness of local businesses in the Nacala corridor

 | Published March 15, 2017
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EOI - Malawi - Consultancy services for improved efficiency and competitiveness of local businesses in the Nacala corridor

Consultancy to conduct Education Sector Review of Girls’ education and selected project evaluations: FAWEMA and CRECCOM

United Nations Children's Fund | Published September 1, 2015  -  Deadline October 5, 2015
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Consultancy to conduct Education Sector Review of Girls’ education and selected project evaluations: FAWEMA and CRECCOM

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

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

EOI – Malawi - Consultancy for the ICT-based value chain governance (IVCG) platform provider - Smallholder Irrigation and Value Addition project - SIVAP

 | Published July 31, 2017
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EOI – Malawi - Consultancy for the ICT-based value chain governance (IVCG) platform provider - Smallholder Irrigation and Value Addition project - SIVAP

Consultancy for Administrative and Logistical Support for Organization of the African Regional Intellectual Property Organization (ARIPO) Meeting

Malawi Country Office - MALAWI | Published August 29, 2017  -  Deadline September 14, 2017
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The African Regional Intellectual Property Organization (ARIPO) was established in 1976, largely motivated by the need to pool resources and to avoid duplication of financial and human resources. Another key objective was to promote harmonization and development of intellectual property laws appropriate to the needs of its members and the region. The Harare Protocol on Patents and Industrial Designs, which entered into force in 1984, is the governing instrument on the administration and management of patents for ARIPO. At present, 18 Sub-Saharan African countries are party to the Harare Protocol. Of these six are developing countries while the rest are least developed countries (LDCs). Of the LDCs, 4 are not members of the WTO. Given ARIPO’s status as a regional patent office, successful use of the TRIPS flexibilities hinges considerably on the practices of ARIPO. A critical question is whether ARIPO’s patent filing and grant practices are coherent with, and enable the achievement of, the objectives of the above-mentioned instruments, and public health and development considerations. Recent research suggests “current operations of the ARIPO does not facilitate full use of TRIPS flexibilities and instead erects patent barriers to the importation and local production of affordable medicines.”A three-day regional Conference is proposed in November 2017 in Lilongwe, Malawi, to discuss recent global developments affecting intellectual property law and policy, and undertake an assessment of the Harare Protocol’s relevance and effectiveness in addressing the needs of member states, with reference to the need for integrating public health perspectives and the special needs of LDCs. The meeting has been proposed to be convened in Malawi for a few reasons:There has been political commitment from His Excellency President Mutharika in the past on issues of intellectual property and public health including his role in championing the extension of the WTO Waiver for LDCs at the 2015 General Assembly;The President’s Chief Economic Advisor Dr. Collins Magalasi participated in the Johannesburg Dialogue of the High-Level Panel on Access to Medicines in March 2016 and specifically raised ARIPO as a matter of concern for Malawi;Malawi is currently reforming its intellectual property legislation; andThere is interest and capacity within the UN in Malawi to promote a treatment access agenda.The Conference will therefore be hosted by the Malawi Government under the leadership of President Arthur Peter Mutharika.Specifically, there are three priority areas that warrant discussion and deliberation; namely (1) the implementation and strategic use of the LDCs’ transition periods; (2) the effective integration of public health perspectives and concerns into the ARIPO legal instruments, as well as administration and practices; and (3) the need for increased information and transparency in the patent administration and management system to optimize the benefits of the system.

Consultancy Contract to Conduct an Evaluation of UN/Ministry of Gender Joint Annual Work Plans 2015-2017

Malawi, Regional Bureau for Africa - MALAWI | Published June 24, 2018  -  Deadline July 9, 2018
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The Ministry of Gender, Children, Disability and Social Welfare (MoGCDSW) and the United Nations (UN) in Malawi has since 2015 been developing and implementing Gender Joint Annual Work Plans aimed to enhance collaboration to effectively formulate prioritized Joint Work Plans. The first Joint Annual Work Plan was developed in 2015. The plans are based on the identified priorities within the framework of Ministry of Gender Strategic frameworks namely: The Ministry of Gender Strategic Plan, Joint Sector Strategic Plan, Institutional Strengthening Framework and White Paper on the National Gender Machinery. The Integrated Work Plan builds upon the previous process of mapping of all UN-supported gender interventions in Malawi and covers all interventions in which UN Agencies are supporting the MoGCDSW. The Joint Work Plan covers output activities of all departments under the MoGCDSW, setting out specific activities to be implemented and clearly indicating the resources and responsibilities associated with each of the output areas. This is a mechanism for joint programming on gender equality and women’s empowerment under the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF). UN Women has been coordinating the UN Gender Technical Working Group in the implementation of activities of the Joint Annual Work Plan.The process of developing the Joint Annual Work Plan aim to achieve the following objectives:To enhance collaboration between the UN in Malawi and the MoGCDSW to effectively formulate prioritised Joint Annual Work Plans;To support the MoGCDSW to identify main priorities within the framework of Ministry of Gender Strategic Plan, Joint Sector Strategic Plan, Institutional Strengthening Framework and White Paper on the National Gender Machinery;To facilitate better coordination of activities of MoGCDSW and UN interventions and advance achievement of targeted development results.The MoGCDSW is responsible for coordinating the implementation of the Joint Annual Work Plans, in collaboration with ministries, departments and agencies, parastatals, the private sector, development partners, media, civil society and faith-based organizations, and other relevant stakeholders. This coordination is specifically aimed at minimizing duplication of efforts, resources and fostering greater coherence of approaches and programmes in line with principles of working as one UN. To enable effective implementation of the JAWP, the MoGCDSW and participating UN agencies will strengthen existing partnerships and create strategic new ones, particularly with stakeholders who have relevant expertise and experience. Collaboration with media, traditional authorities and faith-based organizations will be undertaken to raise public awareness and promote changes in attitudes towards gender roles and relations. The Ministry will also continue to strengthen collaboration with international development partners.

GPN - Malawi - Integrated Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Project for Mzimba Town – 08 2015

 | Published August 21, 2015
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GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE THE REPUBLIC OF MALAWI NORTHERN REGION WATER BOARD INTEGRATED URBAN WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION PROJECT FOR MZIMBA TOWN 1. The Government of Malawi has applied for loans from the African Development Fund (ADF) and OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) to finance Integrated Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Project for Mzimba Town. 2. The principal objective of the project is to contribute to socio-economic growth in Malawi by improving the health and livelihood of the people at Mzimba Town through provision of sustainable clean water supply and improved sanitation. The project includes the following procurement components: (i) Design review and supervision of works for water infrastructure, sanitation, road works and conducting baseline survey; (ii) Promotion of sanitation and hygiene; (iii) Preparation of strategic sanitation plan; (iv) Construction of water infrastructure, sanitation facilities and access road; (v) Supply and delivery of various items including vehicles, construction materials, water connection materials, and office equipment, among others. 3. Procurement of works, goods and acquisition of consultancy services financed by the African Development Fund and OFID will be undertaken in accordance with the African Development Bank’s Rules and Procedures for Procurement of Goods and Works, May 2008 Edition, (as revised in July 2012) or the Rules and Procedures for the Use of Consultants, May 2008 Edition, (as revised in July 2012), using relevant Bank Standard Bidding Documents except for those under NCB method which will be procured using National Procurement Procedures. The procurements under NCB will be governed by the Public Procurement Act (No. 8 of 2003). 4. Procurement of contracts for goods equal to and more than UA 0.2 million per contract will be carried out under ICB procedures and NCB for lesser amounts. Modes of procurement for consulting services valued at less than UA 100,000 for firms and UA 20,000 for individuals will be by short lists based on national or regional advertisements. However, any eligible consultant, regional or not, who wishes to provide the requested services, could express his desire to be short-listed. For consulting services valued at more than UA 100,000 for firms, Quality and Cost Based Selection (QCBS) will be used and advertised in the UNDB. 5. The call for consultants, contractors and suppliers to provide the above services, works and goods respectively will be by specific procurement notices that will be advertised. The first call is expected to be issued around 21st August 2015. 6. Interested bidders may obtain further information, and should confirm their interest, by contacting: The IPC Chairman Northern Region Water Board Bloemwater Street Kawiluwilu House Private Bag 94 Mzuzu MALAWI Attention : Mr T.C. Mtegha (IPC Chairman) Telephone: (265) 888 823 140 Facsimile: (265) 1 310 489 E-mail: tmtegha@yahoo.com & tmtegha@nrwb.org.mw

Development of Electoral Complaints Handling Guidelines and Procedures for the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC)

Malawi, Regional Bureau for Africa - MALAWI | Published December 4, 2017  -  Deadline December 22, 2017
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The Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) is a body corporate created under Section 75 of the Constitution of the Republic of Malawi to administer, supervise and direct the conduct of elections in Malawi i.e. Parliamentary, Presidential, By-elections, Local Government and Referenda. The Commission conducts these elections in line with the provisions of the Constitution of the Republic of Malawi, Parliamentary and Presidential Elections Act No.31 of 1993 (PPEA), Local Government Elections Act No.24 of 1996 and Electoral Commission Act No.11 of 1998 (ECA).The Commission has the constitutional mandate to determine electoral petitions and complaints related to the conduct of any election. It also has a legislative mandate to resolve complaints at every stage of the electoral process i.e. complaints relating to registration of voters, nomination process, campaign process and polling. In addition, before determination of the national result of an election, the Commission is required by law to decide on matters that are subject to any complaint. The legislative framework gives the Commission some quasi-juridical powers to determine election petitions and complaints subject to the right of appeal to the formal courts and this has been confirmed through judicial pronouncements both in the High Court and Supreme Court of Malawi. Despite having this mandate, the Commission does not have formal procedural guidelines to assist it in exercising its mandate as an electoral complaint handling tribunal.To comprehensively fulfil its mandate, the Commission, therefore, seeks to engage an Individual Consultant who will work with the Legal Directorate and other relevant MEC Staff members to develop guidelines and procedures for receipt, recording, investigation, resolving and communicating determinations of complaints at every stage of the electoral process i.e. registration, nomination, campaign, polling, and before the determination of results. The guidelines will also provide the relevant timelines of the complaints’ handling process.This activity will be implemented under the Malawi Electoral Cycle Support (MECS) Programme 2017-2019 which is a basket fund that has pooled resources from various development partners and is managed by UNDP. The MECS Project contributes directly to the SDG 16 goal of ensuring responsive, inclusive, participatory and representative decision-making at all levels. The Project is structured around four outputs:(1) The MEC is trusted by the public and political parties as an impartial entity possessing the capacity to administer and manage elections in accordance with regional and international obligations and standards; (2) Strengthened women’s political empowerment throughout the electoral cycle.; (3) Enhanced ability of key stakeholders, including political parties, to contribute to orderly and inclusive elections; and (4) Effective and efficient management, partnership formation and monitoring and evaluation of the Project.

Malawi Floods ERL - P154803

Malawi Floods Emergency Recovery Project (MFERP) | Published June 16, 2016  -  Deadline June 30, 2016
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Design And Supervision Of Rehabilitation Works For Flood Protection Structures THEGOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF MALAWI MINISTRY OF FINANCE, ECONOMIC PLANNING ANDDEVELOPMENT REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ? FIRMS SELECTION) COUNTRY: Malawi NAME OFPROJECT:  Malawi Floods Emergency RecoveryProject Loan No./Credit No.:   P154803 Assignment Title:   Design and Supervision of Rehabilitation Works for Flood  Protection Structures Reference No.  027/MFERP/S/15/15 Issue date: 16thJune,2016 1.        BACKGROUND The Government of the Republic of Malawi has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Malawi Floods EmergencyRecovery Project, and intends to applypart of the proceeds for consulting services. 2.         OBJECTIVES OF THE ASSIGNMENT The main objective of this consultancy is to design and supervise the rehabilitation of flood preventionand protectionstructures in some of the districts affected by the 2015 floods so as to help reduce the flood risk levels and vulnerabilityofcommunities including valuable physical asserts 3.1       LOCATION Theconsultancy services will be undertaken in the in project districts as indicated below: District Prioritized flood prevention and protection structures Description of the structures Machinga Dyke along Lingoni River (on both banks) The dyke is approximately 1km and located inChibulubulu Area (GVH Manja) and Liundi Area (GVH Liundi) in T/A Mposa Phalombe 1.    Dykes along Phalombe River Bona Dyke (4km), Malambwe dyke (1km) located in GVH Bona and Njovu and Chimombo under T/A Jenala 2.      Dyke along SombaniRiver Dyke (2km) is locatedin GVH Nampinga under T/AKaduya 3.      Dyke along  Chisengeleni River Dyke (3km) is locatedin GVH Namasoko and Mphondeunder T/A Mkhumba 4.     Dyke along PhindegweRiver Dyke (3km) is locatedin GVH Mpinda and Chiwalounder T/A Chiwalo Mulanje 1.       Retaining wall (masonry) The retaining wall isapproximately 400m and islocated between GVH Nogwe and GVH Kuchombe; 2.      Dyke along ThuchiraRiver Dyke is located in Chingoli area of KalilimaVillage in T/A Juma and in GVH Kuchombe under T/A Mkhumba Rumphi 1.       Dyke along South RukuruRiver 1.5km running from T/A Mwamulowe 2.      LuhonoDam Rehabilitation of breached LuhonoDam Karonga 1.       Dyke along North Rukuru River The dyke is approximately 3.5km and runs from Mwanganda Village to M1 road (Karonga?Songwe Border). 2.       Dyke along Kiwe River The dyke is approximately 4km and runs from Chisi Area to Kaporo Area (downstream of Kiwe area) Ntcheu Migwere Dam on GalaRiver Rehabilitation of breached dam located in Chapita Village and Gala Village under T/A Masasa Salima Dyke along Lingadzi River The dyke is located in GVHKasache Nsanje Implementation of 2no. targeted interventions (Flood risk managementinterventions) Consultant will be required to review designs(done by ISP-SRBMP) and supervise the implementation of the works Chikwawa Implementation of 2no. targeted interventions (Flood risk managementinterventions) Consultant will be required to review designs(done by ISP-SRBMP) and supervise the implementation of the works 3.2     Duration This is an emergency work which isexpected to start as soon as possible and executed within the shortest period in order toreduce vulnerability of communities to floods. The consultancy is therefore expected to be executed and completed within a maximumperiod of 12 months including the supervision of the works. 4.    Specific Tasks to Be Performed 4.1  Assessment of the condition of the existing flood prevention and protection structures 4.2 Stakeholder Consultationsand Gender Consideration 4.3 Capacity-Building/Training 4.4Environmental Screening and Management Plan 4.5Detailed Designs 4.6 Procurement of Contractors and ConstructionSupervision 5)         The shortlisting criteria TheSecretary For Finance, Economic Planning andDevelopment now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate theirinterest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the requiredqualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. Interested firms must provide information indicating that they are qualified toperform the services. The shortlisting criteria are: a)    Proof of specialization inDesign and Rehabilitation Supervisionservices of Flood Protection Structuresespecially dykes and dams b)   Proof of experienceinpreparation of Bidding Documents, Bidding process and selection of  contractors c)   Not less than 10(ten) years'experience  in consultancies related to theassignment d)   Qualification and experience of Key staff of the firm e)  evidence of experience in similar conditions 6)         Conflict of Interest The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment ofConsultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers January,2011, setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest . Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture ora subconsultancy toenhance their qualifications. 7.         SelectionCriteria AConsultant will be selected in accordance withthe Quality and Cost Based Selection (QCBS) method set out in the ConsultantGuidelines. 8.         Further information Further information can be obtained at the address below at paragraph (10)during office hours from 8.00 to 12.00; 13.00 to 16.00 hours local time (Monday to Friday,except national public holidays). 9.         Submission Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the addressbelow at paragraph (10)  (in person, or by mail, orby e-mail) by 30th    June, 2016. Late EOIs will be rejected. The EOIs must be Clearlymarked "Expression Of Interest For Design and Supervision of Rehabilitation Works for Flood Protection  Structures" 10.       Address for the Clarification, further detailsand submission of theEOIs: The Project Coordinator (Attention:  The Procurement Specialist), Malawi Floods Emergency Recovery Project, Physical Address: MalawiFloods Emergency Recovery ProjectBuilding Lilongwe Old Town Off KamuzuProcession Road Opposite Lilongwe Town Hall (at the Roundabou Postal Address: Private Bag A192 Lilongwe Malawi. Phone               : +265 01 753 163 Facsimile          : +265 01 750388 Email               info@mferp.org/goli.mwanza@mferp.org Signed The Chairperson (Internal ProcurementCommittee) MINISTRY OF FINANCE, ECONOMIC PLANNING ANDDEVELOPMENT

Formulation of a National Monitoring and Evaluation Policy

Malawi Country Office - MALAWI | Published August 22, 2017  -  Deadline September 6, 2017
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Background:Over the years, the Government of Malawi with support of various partners embarked on a programme to develop a “whole of government” M&E system seeking to develop capacities of central government offices, line ministries, city and district councils in evidence-based decision making. Currently, the National Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Master Plan guides the process and it also provides the framework for monitoring development policies and programs in the country. The Master Plan has five components, namely: Monitoring of National Development Strategy (NDS) implementation; Monitoring of Development Outcomes; Impact assessment and policy analysis; Development Monitoring Information System (DMIS); and Communication and Advocacy. The national development strategy, the Malawi Growth and Development Strategy MGDS II, expired in June, 2017 and will be replaced by the MGDS III whose preparation is at an advanced stage. The MGDS III will domesticate the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Africa 2063 and other internationally agreed development goals in Malawi.The key responsibility for monitoring overall progress of national strategies is within the remit of the M&E Division in the Ministry of Finance, Economic Planning and Development (MoFEPD). However, the role of MoFEPD in guiding monitoring and evaluation of the national strategy is expected to change as the government is in the process of establishing a National Planning Commission whose functions will include monitoring and evaluation of national policies, strategies and programmes.At the sectoral level, joint sector reviews are held as an annual forum for joint assessment of progress. Sector submissions were the basis for the broader annual review of the MGDS. In 2008 Government created 16 Sector Working Group to among other activities provide a platform for inclusive monitoring of sectoral policies, strategies and programmes.The National Statistical Office (NSO) is the agency tasked with providing high quality, timely and independent statistical information. The NSO implementing the National Statistics System (NSS) Strategic Plan with the overall goal is to providing quality statistics at the fingertips of users for evidence based policy decision.1.0 OBJECTIVES AND SCOPE OF THE ASSIGNMENTThe consultancy will support the M&E Division in MoFEPD in developing an M&E Policy for the public sector to facilitate the effective implementation of MGDS III and achievement of the SDGs in Malawi as well as become a tool for promoting the culture of monitoring and evaluation.1.1 Specific Duties and Responsibilities The consultant will undertake the following tasks:Facilitate consultations towards determination of the scope, key objectives and agreed principles of the national M&E policy.Outline institutional set up for the implementation of the M&E policy.Estimate resource requirements for policy implementation and suggest means for securing adequate resources.Propose measures to ensure the independence of evaluations in the public sector.Draft a National M&E policy.

MW-Energy Sector Project - P099626

Energy Sector Support Project (ESSP) | Published April 10, 2015  -  Deadline May 8, 2015
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Consulting Services For The Preparation Of An Integrated Resource Plan (irp) For Malawi. Government of the Republic of Malawi MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES, ENERGY AND MINING REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ? FIRMS SELECTION) COUNTRY:                            Malawi NAME OF PROJECT:          Energy Sector SupportProject (ESSP) GrantNo.:                                  IDA 7150 AssignmentTitle: Consulting Services for preparation of an IntegratedResource Plan (IRP) for Malawi. Reference No. :MNREM/WB/4B.22 BACKGROUND The Government of Malawi has received financing from the World Bank for implementation of theEnergy Sector Support Project and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services for preparation of an IntegratedResource Plan for Malawi ("the Services") OBJECTIVES OF THE CONSULTING SERVICES The primary objectives of the services are; Produce a top quality practical Integrated Resource Plan ( IRP ) for the period 2015 ?2035; Undertake extensive consultation with key stakeholders throughout the IRP development process,and more particularly at all significant milestones, so that the IRP gets widespread appreciation and commitment and is implementedin its totality; Training ofthe internal team, transfer of know-how and capacity building so thatthe internalteam can continue with the implementation and up-dates of the IRP after the consulting team has completed its work and left;and Transfer of all models and software (including the power system simulation model) and allassociated documentation to the client. SCOPE OF WORK AND TASKS The scope of work for the development of the IRP has seven main stages.  These main stages and the associated details are listed below; i)                   Data collection ii)                 Demand assessment iii)               Supply resourceassessment iv)               Demand-side management resourceassessment v)                 Development of feasible Demand-Supply SolutionSets vi)               Transmission resource assessment andconstraints evaluation vii)              Optimization of the future power system (generation and transmission). The software, to beapplied in the optimization of the generation system, shall be commercially available andshall allow for dynamic modelling of hydropower and stochastic modelling of hydrology. The services are required over a period of Nine (9) months. The Ministryof Natural Resources, Energy and Mining now invites eligible consulting firms("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide informationdemonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The short-listing criteria The consulting firm should meet the following conditions: At least 10 years of experience in; ·         Demand modeling and forecasting in power sector ·         Familiar with key modeling methodologies and techniques for demand forecasting in electricitysector ·        Analysis of supply side and demand-side resource assessments includingeconomic and financial modeling and analysis of the various supply-side and demand side opportunities ·        Development of feasible demand-supply solution sets and their economicevaluation and risk analysis ·         Understanding of key issues in the reform of the power sector ·         Optimization of generation systems using software allowing for  dynamicmodelling of hydropowerand stochastic modelling of hydrology ·         Optimization of transmission systems Consulting firms should have experience working in developing countries particularly inAfrica. The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the WorldBank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment ofConsultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers dated January 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict ofinterest. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or asub consultancyto enhance their qualifications. AConsultant will be selectedin accordance with the Quality and Cost Based Selection (QCBS) methodset out in the ConsultantGuidelines. Furtherinformation can be obtained at the address below during office hours from 0800 to 1700hours from Monday to Friday: The Project Coordinator, Ministry of NaturalResources, Energy and Mining Private Bag 350, Capital Hill, Lilongwe3, Malawi. Tel: +265 (0) 1 771 954 Fax: +265(0) 1 770 094 E-mail: lewismhango@yahoo.co.uk Expressions of interest in sealed envelope must be delivered to the address below by  8th May 2015 The Chairman, Internal ProcurementCommittee (IPC) Ministry of NaturalResources, Energy and Mining Private Bag350 CapitalHill, Lilongwe, Malawi

Development of National Guidelines to support implementation of community based early warning projects

Malawi, Regional Bureau for Africa - MALAWI | Published May 18, 2018  -  Deadline May 31, 2018
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The Government of Malawi, with the support from UNDP, has secured funding from the Green Climate Fund to scale up the use of modernized early warning systems (EWS) and climate information in the country. The project will work with communities in disaster prone and food-insecure districts to co-develop tailored weather- and climate-based agricultural advisories to be disseminated through ICT/mobile, print and radio channels. The project will also scale up best practices in community readiness to respond to disasters and mitigate key risks. Community-based EWS will be scaled up in flood-prone areas and capacities to use and respond to warnings will be strengthened at the national, district and community levels.The project is being implemented in 21 districts by the Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA), in collaboration with the Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services (DCCMS), Department of Water Resources (DWR), Department of Agricultural Extension Services (DAES), Department of Fisheries (DoF), and the National Smallholder Farmers Association of Malawi (NASFAM).The project has three expected outputs;Expansion of observation networks that generate climate-related data to save lives and safeguard livelihoods from extreme climate eventsDevelopment and dissemination of products and platforms for climate-related information/services for vulnerable communities and livelihoodsStrengthening communities’ capacities for use of EWS/CI in preparedness for response to climate related disastersOne of the objectives of the project is to scale-up community based early warning systems in flood-disaster prone areas of Karonga, Salima, Dedza, Nkhotakota, Nkhata Bay, Rumphi, Phalombe and Zomba through awareness raising on flood hazards and vulnerabilities, installation of automated rainfall and hydrological monitoring and telemetry system and implementation of flood risk reduction and management measures that includes community level vulnerability and risk assessments, development and implementation of local level flood risk management measures. Community based disaster risk management (CBDRM) is a process, which leads to locally appropriate and locally 'owned' strategies for disaster preparedness and risk reduction. The importance of this approach has been recognized widely to promote a culture of safety, reduce vulnerabilities and enhance local capacities. In Malawi, similar approaches have been practiced by national and international NGOs and government departments. Community based early warning systems (CBEWS) for flood forecasting and warning is one such CBDRM approaches being promoted in Malawi. Over the years, the number of agencies implementing CBEWS projects has increased significantly. However, their approach to CBEWS has remained inconsistent due to absence of national standards to guide implementation of such projects. Under the M-CLIMES project, DoDMA, in partnership with NGOs will be implementing CBEWS sub-projects in 33 flood prone communities in eight districts. Before the commencement of this initiative, DoDMA wishes to undertake a comprehensive assessment of the performance and effectiveness of similar projects in Malawi. The lessons learnt from this exercise will not only inform the implementation of the planned CBEWS sub-projects, but also lead to development of national guidelines to ensure a consistent approach to implementation of similar projects in Malawi. In the above context, UNDP Malawi Country Office currently seeks to hire a consultant to support DoDMA in assessing the existing CBEWS and develop national guidelines for Community Based Flood Early Warning Systems (CBEWS) under M-CLIMES project.

MW:Shire Valley Irrigation Project - P125473

Shire Valley Irrigation Project | Published August 3, 2015  -  Deadline August 14, 2015
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Hydraulic Modelling Of Intake For The Shire Valley Irrigation Project THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF MALAWI MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE, IRRIGATION AND WATERDEVELOPMENT REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ? FIRMS SELECTION) Country                            : Malawi Name of Project               : Shire Valley Irrigation Project. Assignment Title              :Hydraulic Modelling of Intake for the Shire Valley Irrigation Project Credit/ Grant Number     :  P125473 Reference Number      : 021/SVIP/S/15/01 Issue Date                 :  31st July,2015 1. Background This Invitation for Expression of  Interest (EOI) follows the General Procurement Notice made under Irrigation, RuralLivelihoods and Agricultural Development Project that appeared in UN Development Business online of 24th August, 2012and local daily newspapers of The Nation"and "Daily Times "of 17th August, 2012. The MalawiGovernment through the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development   has received financing from the International Development Association (IDA) towards the cost of Shire ValleyIrrigation Project, and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of the credit to payments under the Contract for payment ofConsultancy services to undertake the Hydraulic Modelling of Intake for theShire Valley Irrigation Project. Duration of the assignment is a totalof 8 (eight) calendar months. 2.Objectives of the Assignment The objectives of the hydraulic modelling under thisassignment are: (i)              using the preliminary design of the intakeprovided by the feasibility consultants and also the Panel of Dam Experts,  recommend the optimum site of the intake structure; and (ii)            study impact of modifications to hydraulic design of the intake forSVIP and associated sediment exclusion works on the sediment behaviour at the SVIP intake and Power intake and recommend optimumlocation / conditions of Intake and Sediment Exclusion works with regards to sediment behaviour.  The simulation should clearly demonstrate that intake does not significantlyaffects the performance of the Kapichira head pond for power generation. (iii)           study the reservoir sedimentation behaviour, present flushing regimeat Kapichira Dam and propose modifications to the flushing regime as per the model simulation results. (iv)           Provide necessary guidance based on the above objectives as input to the TechnicalFeasibility and other related studies of the project. 3. Scope Of TheAssignment The Consultants shall carry out hydraulic modelling of the SVIP intake usingThreeDimensional numerical model and verify the design through modelling which will include; i.       Review ofall available hydrological, sedimentation and topographic data from the relevant reports. ii.     Prepare andsubmit a comprehensive plan to carry out bathymetric survey in the pond of Kapichira dam to supplement existing data and samplingof sediment material at different locations. iii.    Establish the sediment load and itscomposition in the Shire River upstream of Kapichira dam/reservoir. iv.    Characterise inflows and outflows to thehead pond and intake taking into account the regulation of the river v.     Establish deposition/erosion of silt inthe reservoir preferably using at least a Three-dimensional numerical model capable of simulating reservoir sedimentation andflushingprocesses. vi.    Based on numerical modelingresults, select the location and design of the intake. 4.Invitation For Expression of Interest The Principal Secretary for Irrigation and Water Development now inviteseligible consulting firms("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide informationdemonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. 5.The shortlisting criteria are: Interested firms mustprovide information indicating that they arequalified to perform the services, through provision of the followinginformation: The following criteria will be used to selectthe consultants: a)     brochures, or any information giving overall outlook of the firmin terms of its core business and general capacity, b)     Proof of specialization in Hydraulic Modelling Services c)     Not less than 10(ten) years proven experience in consultancyrelated to the assignment d)     Information on each assignment for which the firm was contractedfor carrying out consulting services similar to theones requested in this EoI, e)  Ability to work with multi-disciplinary consultancyteams. 6. Conflict ofInterest The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the WorldBank's Guidelines:Selectionand Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World BankBorrowers  January, 2011. ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Consultants mayassociate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy  to enhance their qualifications. 7.Selection Criteria AConsultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost Based Selection(QCBS) method set out in the ConsultantGuidelines. 8. Further information Further information can be obtained at the address below at paragraph(10) during office hours from 8.00 to 12.00; 13.00 to 16.00 hours local time (Monday to Friday, exceptnational public holidays). 9. Submission Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address belowat paragraph (10)  (in person, or by mail, or bye-mail) by 14th August, 2015. Late EOIs will be rejected.The EOIs must be Clearly marked "Expression OfInterest For Hydraulic Modelling Services for the Shire Valley Irrigation Project(SVIP)" 10. Address for theClarification, further details and submission of the EOIs: The Project Technical Team Coordinator, Shire Valley Irrigation Project, PhysicalAddress:  Department of Irrigation; Off Paul Kagame Road. Next to Poisons Board Postal Address:   P.O Box 30797, Lilongwe 3, Malawi. Phone              : +26501752 122 Facsimile        : +265 01 751 459 Email              : champitir@gmail.com or mwalabu2005@yahoo.co.uk Signed The Chairperson (Internal Procurement Committee) MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE, IRRIGATION AND WATERDEVELOPMENT

MW:Shire Valley Irrigation Project - P125473

Shire Valley Irrigation Project | Published August 5, 2015  -  Deadline August 28, 2015
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Amendment: Extension Of Closing Datehydraulic Modelling Of Intake For The Shire Valley Irrigation Project THE GOVERNMENT OF THEREPUBLIC OF MALAWI MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE,IRRIGATION AND WATER DEVELOPMENT REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ? FIRMS SELECTION) AMENDMENT:EXTENSION OF CLOSING DATE Country                             : Malawi Name of Project               : Shire Valley Irrigation Project. Assignment Title              :Hydraulic Modelling of Intake for the Shire Valley Irrigation    Project Credit/ Grant Number     : P125473 Reference  Number     : 021/SVIP/S/15/01 Issue Date                :  31st July, 2015 1.  Background This Invitation forExpression of  Interest (EOI) follows the General Procurement Noticemade under Irrigation, Rural Livelihoods and Agricultural Development Project that appeared in UN Development Business onlineof 24th August, 2012 andlocal daily newspapers of The Nation" and "Daily Times "of 17th August, 2012. TheMalawi Government through the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development   has received financing from the International Development Association (IDA) towards the cost of Shire ValleyIrrigation Project, and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of the credit to payments under the Contract for payment ofConsultancy services to undertake the Hydraulic Modelling of Intake for theShire Valley Irrigation Project. Duration of the assignment is a totalof 8 (eight) calendar months. 2.Objectives of the Assignment The objectives of the hydraulic modelling underthis assignment are: (i)              using the preliminarydesign of the intake provided by the feasibility consultants and also the Panel of Dam Experts,  recommend the optimum siteof the intake structure; and (ii)            study impact of modifications to hydraulic design of theintake for SVIP and associated sediment exclusion works on the sediment behaviour at the SVIP intake and Power intake and recommendoptimum location / conditions of Intake and Sediment Exclusion works with regards to sediment behaviour.  The simulation shouldclearly demonstrate that intake does not significantlyaffects the performance of the Kapichira head pond for power generation. (iii)           study the reservoir sedimentation behaviour, presentflushing regime at Kapichira Dam and propose modifications to the flushing regime as per the model simulationresults. (iv)               Provide necessary guidance based on the above objectivesas input to the Technical Feasibility and other related studies of the project. 3. Scope OfTheAssignment The Consultants shall carry out hydraulic modelling of theSVIP intake using Three Dimensional numerical model and verify the design through modelling which will include; i.       Review of all available hydrological, sedimentation and topographic data from the relevant reports. ii.    Prepare and submit a comprehensive plan to carry out bathymetric survey in the pond of Kapichira dam to supplementexisting data and sampling of sediment material at different locations. iii.    Establish the sediment load andits composition in the Shire River upstream of Kapichira dam/reservoir. iv.    Characteriseinflows andoutflows to the head pond and intake taking into account the regulation of the river v.     Establish deposition/erosion ofsilt in the reservoir preferably using at least a Three-dimensional numerical model capable of simulating reservoir sedimentationand flushing processes. vi.    Based on numerical modelingresults, select the location and design of the intake. 4.Invitation For Expression of Interest The Principal Secretary for Irrigation and Water Development now inviteseligible consulting firms("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide informationdemonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. 5.The shortlisting criteria are: Interested firms must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services, throughprovision of the following information: The following criteria will be used to selectthe consultants: a)     brochures, or any information givingoverall outlook of the firm in terms of its core business and general capacity, b)     Proof of specialization in HydraulicModelling Services c)     Not less than 10(ten) years provenexperience in consultancy related to the assignment d)     Information on each assignment forwhich the firm was contracted for carrying out consultingservices similar to the ones requested in this EoI, e)  Ability to work with multi-disciplinaryconsultancy teams. 6. Conflict ofInterest The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the WorldBank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World BankBorrowers  January, 2011. ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict ofinterest. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy  to enhance their qualifications. 7.Selection Criteria AConsultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost Based Selection(QCBS) method set out in the ConsultantGuidelines. 8. Further information Further information can be obtained at the address below at paragraph(10) during office hours from 8.00 to 12.00; 13.00 to 16.00 hours localtime (Monday to Friday, except national public holidays). 9. Submission Expressions of interest must be delivered in a writtenform to the address below at paragraph (10)  (inperson, or by mail, or by e-mail) by 28th August, 2015. Late EOIs will be rejected.The EOIs must be Clearly marked "Expression OfInterest For Hydraulic Modelling Services for the Shire Valley Irrigation Project(SVIP)" 10.Address for the Clarification, further details and submission of the EOIs: The Project Technical Team Coordinator, ShireValley Irrigation Project, PhysicalAddress:   Department of Irrigation; Off Paul Kagame Road. Next to Poisons Board Postal Address:     P.O Box 30797, Lilongwe 3, Malawi. Phone              : +26501752 122 Facsimile        : +265 01 751 459 Email              : champitir@gmail.com or mwalabu2005@yahoo.co.uk Signed The Chairperson (Internal Procurement Committee) MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE, IRRIGATION AND WATERDEVELOPMENT

Malawi Floods ERL - P154803

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

IFB - Malawi - Supply and Delivery of Science Kits and Mobile Laboratory Tables for Junior Secondary Schools

 | Published November 29, 2016
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IFB - Malawi - Consolidation, Supply and Delivery of Textbooks for Junior Secondary Schools

 | Published November 29, 2016
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GPN - Malawi - Nacala Rail & Port Value Addition Project

 | Published November 28, 2016
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EOI - Malawi - Provision of led procurement audit services

 | Published September 7, 2016
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