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Information Notice – Malawi - Supply and Delivery of Water Connection Materials - LOT 2: GI Pipes and Fittings – Contract Awards

 | Published August 19, 2016
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Information Notice – Malawi - Design review and construction supervision for upgrading and extension of mzimba water supply system – Contract Awards

 | Published August 19, 2016
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December 31st 2000 January 1st 1991 – December 31st 1995 January 1st 1986 – December 31st 1990 January 1st 1981 – December 31st 1985 January 1st 1976 – December 31st 1980 Before and up to December 31st 1975 Countries* Algeria Angola Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Côte d’Ivoire Democratic Republic of Congo Djibouti Egypt Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Ethiopia Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau Kenya Lesotho Liberia Libya Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique Namibia Niger Nigeria Rwanda São Tomé & Príncipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland Tanzania Togo Tunisia Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe Topics* African Carbon Support Program African Fertilizer Financing Mechanism African Financial Markets Initiative (AFMI) African Financing Partnership African Guarantee Fund for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises African Legal Support Facility African Peer Review 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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 Terms & Conditions Disclosure and Access to Information Sitemap Search Glossary RSS Feeds Facebook Twitter Instagram Photos Flickr Photos Youtube Videos RSS Email © 2016 African Development Bank Group Web design agency - Liquid Light A Algeria Angola B Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi C Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Democratic Republic of Congo Côte d’Ivoire D Djibouti E Egypt Eritrea Equatorial Guinea Ethiopia G Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau K Kenya L Lesotho Liberia Libya M Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique N Namibia Niger Nigeria R Rwanda S São Tomé & Príncipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland T Tanzania Togo Tunisia U Uganda Z Zambia Zimbabwe

SPN – Malawi - Supply and delivery of Agro-processing Equipment, Installation, Training of farmers and Commissioning of machines in the Agro-processing centres - SIVAP

 | Published June 20, 2016
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Your Information Title* Mr Mrs Miss Ms Name* Email* Phone Country* Afghanistan Åland Islands Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antarctica Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Aruba Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Bouvet Island Brazil British Indian Ocean Territory British Virgin Islands Brunei Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Cayman Islands Central African Republic Chad Chile China Christmas Island Cocos (Keeling) Islands Colombia Comoros Congo Congo-Brazzaville Cook Islands Costa Rica Côte d’Ivoire Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Djibouti Dominica Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Falkland Islands Faroes Fiji Finland France French Guiana French Polynesia French Southern Territories Gabon Gambia Georgia Germany Ghana Gibraltar Greece Greenland Grenada 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December 31st 2000 January 1st 1991 – December 31st 1995 January 1st 1986 – December 31st 1990 January 1st 1981 – December 31st 1985 January 1st 1976 – December 31st 1980 Before and up to December 31st 1975 Countries* Algeria Angola Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Côte d’Ivoire Democratic Republic of Congo Djibouti Egypt Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Ethiopia Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau Kenya Lesotho Liberia Libya Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique Namibia Niger Nigeria Rwanda São Tomé & Príncipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland Tanzania Togo Tunisia Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe Topics* African Carbon Support Program African Fertilizer Financing Mechanism African Financial Markets Initiative (AFMI) African Financing Partnership African Guarantee Fund for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises African Legal Support Facility African Peer Review 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 Terms & Conditions Disclosure and Access to Information Sitemap Search Glossary RSS Feeds Facebook Twitter Instagram Photos Flickr Photos Youtube Videos RSS Email © 2016 African Development Bank Group Web design agency - Liquid Light A Algeria Angola B Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi C Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Democratic Republic of Congo Côte d’Ivoire D Djibouti E Egypt Eritrea Equatorial Guinea Ethiopia G Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau K Kenya L Lesotho Liberia Libya M Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique N Namibia Niger Nigeria R Rwanda S São Tomé & Príncipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland T Tanzania Togo Tunisia U Uganda Z Zambia Zimbabwe

Financial Sector Technical Assistance - P122616

Financial Sector Technical Assistance Project (FSTAP) | Published April 30, 2015  -  Deadline May 22, 2015
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To Design A Transaction Processing Hub For The Microfinance And Financial Cooperatives Industry In Malawi RESERVEBANK OF MALAWI FINANCIAL SECTOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROJECT (FSTAP) REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OFINTEREST (CONSULTING FIRM) Country:                     Malawi Name of Project:         Financial Sector Technical Assistance Project (FSTAP) Consulting Services:   To Design a Transaction Processing Hub for the Microfinance and Financial Cooperatives Industry in Malawi Credit No.                   4897 Mw Project ID No.            P122616 Date of Issue:              4th May, 2015 The Government of the Republic of Malawi has receivedfinancing from the World Bank toward the cost of the FinancialTechnical Assistance Project (FSTAP), and intends to apply part of the proceeds of this credit towards eligible costs for therecruitment of a consulting firm to design aTransaction Processing Hub for the Microfinance and Financial Cooperatives Industry in Malawi 1.    Background The Government of Malawi recognizes the vital role that the microfinance sectorplays in the social economic development of the Country. Noting that the formal financial sector in Malawi remains small and thatoutreach remains concentrated to a narrow client base, Government has, through the Reserve Bank of Malawi taken a leading role inthe development of the infrastructure, a policy and institutional framework aimed at growing the financial sector's capacity toincrease outreach. A key intervention in these reforms is the implementation of the five-year FinancialSector Technical Assistance Project (FSTAP) which thegovernment is financing with credit from the International DevelopmentAssociation (IDA) of the World Bank implemented by the Reserve Bank of Malawi. The project aims at increasing access to finance forthe currently unbanked but bankable population of Malawi. The Malawi Microfinance and Financial Cooperatives sector comprises 10 non-deposittaking microfinance institutions, 19 of credit only agencies concentrated in specific urban areas and some 46 savings and creditcooperatives operating under the Malawi Union of Savings and Credit Cooperatives (MUSCCO). In addition, a number of deposit takingmicrofinance institutions are expected to be licensed in the coming 12 month period. The operators in the industry process smallbut numerous financial transactions using manual or rudimentary processing mechanisms as most cannot afford the initial capitalcost of setting up sophisticated management information systems (MIS) and  the personnelthat are qualified enough to manage robust systems. It is for thisreason that one of the key interventions envisaged under FSTAP is the establishment and operation of a microfinance transactionprocessing hub(the Hub) that will enable the sector share interoperable electronic data processing infrastructure for their MISrequirements. The Hub will help institutions reduce operating costs, streamline lending processes, scale up rapidly and integratewith other entities such as: creditbureaus, other financial institutions, regulators and international payment networks. It willreduce related infrastructure costs, facilitate timely and accurate reporting to the regulator, apex bodies, financiers and otherstakeholders and data security will be guaranteed. The effective design, development and implementation of an efficienthub willcomprise investment in hardware, software and integration/interface to deliver a robust (resilient and high availabilityinfrastructure) platform that allows a consortium of MFIs and financial cooperatives to share transaction processing infrastructure(payment system connectivity, core banking application, mobile-banking integration, account opening, loan disbursements, paymentprocessing, customer acquisition, customer complaints logging, compliance and reporting) in accordance with set governance rulesand regulations; Audit trail with time stamps & access control; integrated with analytical & reporting tools; compliantwith open system concepts; Supports multi channels (branch and branchless banking delivery channels). The consulting firm will carry out all tasks outlined in this terms of reference, aswell as any other related tasks that may be required to achieve the objectives of this consultancy. 2.     Objectives of theassignment The objectives of this assignment are as follows: ·       To assess management informationsystem needs of MFIs and Financial Cooperatives. ·       To design a viable transactionprocessing hub that would improve, among other things, the processing efficiency of small-value transactions, microfinancecore-banking and mobile phone based applications while allowing for down streaming of services such as credit referencing servicesand interconnection to national switch. 3.    Scope of work The scope will include: 1.     Assess MFIs and Financial Cooperatives to determine participants, collaboration andbusiness model for a transaction processing hub; 2.     Analyze and map appropriate structures to support the integration of the transactionprocessing hub to support microfinance core banking applications; 3.     Develop a business model/ business plan for the hub that will help decide on the form thehub should take for it to be operationally sustainable and viable; 4.     Design the processing hub; 5.     Develop an implementation plan and bid documentation. Details of the tasks and their related activities to be conducted are asfollows; Part 1 ?Assessment of MIS Processing Needs and Design of an Appropriate Hub for theMicrofinance Sector in Malawi In thisphase the firm will undertake the following tasks: TASK 1: PREPARATORY AND BACKGROUND RESEARCH This taskwill require the consulting firm to: i.         Conduct background research  of the sector which includes MFIs and SACCOs to understand itslandscape; ii.         Meet with beneficiary MFIs and financial cooperatives to: a.      understand the sector expectations and advise on the overall implementation of the Hub project, and b.     gain an appreciation of technical and business requirements of the processing hub; iii.          Survey the management information systems currently in use in the sector, MIS requirements, HR support, connectivityissues, etc; iv.          Conduct an analysis of the sector's management Information capacity needs and the role of a multi-usertransaction processing hub in meeting such needs; v.         Identify options available to meet current and future needs of thesector; and vi.          Assess the operational environments and how these will need to adapt to the new Hub arrangements. vii.          Supportefforts already underway to establish and formalize project management structures for the initiative that includes the involvementof executive-level officials at both RBM and beneficiary institutions in order to strengthen outcomes, address expectedimplementation obstacles, speeding-up and securing authority and approvals needed to progress the initiative at each successivephase Deliverable 1: Needs/RequirementAssessment document TASK 2: DEVELOP FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS, ARCHITECTURE AND BUSINESS MODELFOR THE HUB This taskwill require the consulting firm to: i.         Analyze the findings from Task 1 above and develop specifications regardingthe architecture and design of the hub; ii.         Developprecise estimates of hub design, equipment needs and capacity,resulting capital expenditure and operating costs needed for the infrastructure to meet the identified present and future needs ofthe sector; iii.          Create adetailed operational model of the hub including management structure, security details of the platform needed. The model shallclearly provide: a)    a Technological Definition of theappropriate hub; b)    an analysis of the technological environment available and required for the hub; c)    a definition of the skills and knowledge sets required for the successful implementation of the hub; d)    essential technical conditions and options for the project; an outline of Project Metrics,performance, benchmarks to be used; and, e)    Technological Standards to be followed. iv.          Design anddevelop a business model that takes into consideration the rapid and continuing technological evolution and convergence in thecommunications sector and the microfinance sector as well as its impact on the costs, pricing, and development of services. Thismodel should be scalable, expandable and include mechanisms that make it possible to plan for technological changeat least 10 yearsinto the future, so that the investment in the hub is made without fear of being trapped into a situation of sunk costs despite thefact that technological advances, paradigm shifts cannot beaccurately projected; v.          Developminimum standards to connect with existing/running MIS of other institutions as well as ability to facilitate reporting toRegistrar, Credit Reference Bureau; and linkage to National Switch, Automated Transfer System (ATS)and Telecommunication ServiceProviders; and vi.          Prepare apresentation on the needs identified and the model design recommended for the appreciation of the Steering Committee andStakeholders. Deliverable 2: Design, TechnologyDefinitions, Business Model of the Hub & Presentation onthe same Part 2: Demonstration of the Economic, Operational and Financial Viability ofthe Hub In this phase, the firm will undertake the following tasks: TASK 1: ECONOMIC AND FINANCIALANALYSIS OF THE HUB This task will require the consultingfirm: i.         Prepare estimates of rates of return for the hub's initial investment costs,including the embedded data handling, transmission, control, storage and services housing as well as conducting scenario analysisoftrends, project risks and total cost; ii.         Analyzethe budgetary and financial impacts of the Project and estimatinginvestment requirements (including import content) of the project over the first five years of operations; iii.         Quantify the amount of counterpart funds needed to be contributed by theproject as wellas by players (users) of the hub; iv.          Assess all aspects of project feasibility (technical, economic, financial, political, legal and organizational) and theirinterrelations; v.         Prepare economic scenarios, risk analysis, rate return analysis, analysis oftotal cost of operation for the first five years of operations; vi.          Quantify the economic development benefits to the sector and the country that would arisefrom the project;and vii.          Identify and assess the developmental outcomes that would be expected if the Project is implemented in accordance with therecommendations of the Study. The analysis of potential developmental benefits should be as concrete and detailed as possible andinclude at least one specific example of developmental impact for each area highlighted. Deliverable 3: Report oneconomicoperational and financial viability of the Hub TASK 2: ORGANIZATIONALISSUES This task will require the consulting firm to: i.         Design and propose the organizational structure and requirements that wouldmeet the needs of the project as an entity. ii.         Identify and prioritize corporate governance issues that are necessary andcritical to support the business plan of the hub. iii.         Define the qualifications of the personnel needed to carry out theproject. iv.          Define the respective roles and relationships of the staff, user institutions, RBM, etc v.         Outline key success factors and foreseeable, barriers to success, bothexternal and internal Deliverable 4: Organizationalstructure, governance structure and human resources plan TASK 3:  IMPLEMENTATION PLANNING AND BID DOCUMENTPREPARATION Thistask will require the consulting firm to: i.         Assess and determine the critical success factors for the  implementation of the hub ii.         Define successful change management process(es) for thesector; iii.         prepare a bidding document that cover all of the goods and services neededforproject implementation.; and, iv.         Develop a timetable for project implementation including a timeline forpublicizing the bids and for awarding the contract(s) for the goodsand services required in line with World Bankprocedures. Deliverable 5: Implementationplan and bidding documents, ready for publication. TASK 4: PREPARATION, PRESENTATIONAND APPROVAL FOR PUBLICATION OF A FINAL REPORT Upon concluding the preparation and publishingof the project bidding documents, the firm, while stillin Malawi will formally present the findings and recommendations and a nearfinal version of the report to the Reserve Bank of Malawi, MAMN, MUSCCO and the project Steering Committee. The firm will, at thispresentation, answer questions and take comments and suggestions based on the presentation and the draft Final Report providedhowever that the draft report shall be circulated to the stakeholders, one week before the date of thepresentation. After the Presentation, the contractor willmake the final changes suggested by the Steering Committeeand submit the Final Report to the Reserve Bank of Malawi throughtheSteering Committee. The Contractor shall ensure that the Final Reportis a substantive and comprehensive report of all of thework performed in accordance with these Terms of Reference for Phase II, including all deliverables and shall cover and synthesizethe findings of all the preceding tasks, information, recommendations and guidelines.  The report shall be delivered in soft copy (Microsoft word document and pdf) andduly signed three hard copies. Deliverable 6: Final Report andPresentation Notes: 4.    Expected outputs/ Summary of Deliverables 4.1           Deliverable 1: Inceptionreport 4.2           Deliverable 2: Needs/Requirement Assessmentdocument. 4.3           Deliverable 3: Design, Technology Definitions,Business Model of the Hub & presentation on the same 4.4           Deliverable 4: Report on economic, operationaland financial viability 4.5           Deliverable 5: Organizational structure,governance structure and Human Resources Plan 4.6           Deliverable 6: Implementation plan and biddingdocuments, ready for publication. 4.7           Deliverable 7: Final Report and PresentationNotes. 5.     Reporting The consulting firm shall interact and communicateas need arises, render services and produce the deliverables stipulatedabove under the general technical direction of the DirectorMicrofinance and Capital Markets of Reserve Bank of Malawi who will work closely with Director, National Payments.The reports shall bedelivered in bothhard and soft copies and duly signed. 6.     Key staff and Qualifications Interested consulting firms should provide information demonstrating that they have the required combination ofqualifications and relevant experience in conducting a consultancy of this nature. Team members should include: ·       Team Leader: Business and processanalysis/software developer and must hold a recognized university degree in a related field, preferable master's  degree from recognized university in informationtechnology/computer science/and business information systems.   He should have at least fiveyears' experience in business processes, designing and systems development.  Experience in similar assignment elsewhere will be an addedadvantage ·       Business/Financial Analyst, musthold a recognized university degree in a related technical field, preferably to master's degree level infinance/banking/economics/business administration Allmembers of the team must have no less than five years of work experience in business analysis, business development, anddevelopment of technical and functional requirements. 7.     Contract duration Theassignment is for a maximum of 3 calendar months from the date of signing the contract. 8.      Selection of Consultant The consultant firm will be selected in accordance with Quality and Cost BasedSelection (QCBS) procedures set out in the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers, of January, 2011revised in 2014.  Furtherinformation can be obtained at the address below during office hours (8.00 hours to 16.00 hours Malawi time). 9.     Submission of Expressions of Interest Interested consulting firms must provideinformation indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (i.e. brochures, description of similar assignments,experience in similar conditions etc.). Expressions of interest must be delivered to the addressbelow by Friday, 22nd April2015. The Project Manager Financial Sector Technical Assistance Project (FSTAP) Reserve Bank of Malawi P.O. Box 30063. Lilongwe3, Malawi. Tel:    +265 1770 600/924 FAX:   (265) 1 773 752 E-mail:  josmilner@fstap.org and copy stsokonombwe@fstap.org

MW: Mining Technical Assistance Project - P120825

Mining Governance and Growth Support Project (MGGSP) | Published August 17, 2015  -  Deadline September 4, 2015
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Consultancy For Interpretation Of Airborne Geophysical Data. MINING GOVERVANCE AND GROWTH SUPPORT PROJECT MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES, ENERGY AND MINING REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES- FIRMSSELECTION) Country:Malawi Name of Project: Mining Governance and Growth Support Project Assignment Title: Consultancy for Interpretation of Airborne Geophysical Data. Procurement Reference Number: MNREE/MGGSP/ COMP-C/C/02 Issue Date; 12 August,2015 1.0  Background This Invitation for Expression of Interest (EOI) follows the General Procurement Notice for this Project that appeared inthe UN Development Business online of 23rd June 2011. The Government of Malawi (GoM) through the Ministry of NaturalResources, Energy and Mining is implementing the Mining Governance and Growth Support Project (MGGSP) with support from the WorldBank and European Union.  Among others, the projecthas a component to promote the mineral sector. One of the outputs under this component is to acquire country-wide high resolutionairborne geophysical data. A total of approximately 442,933.4 line-km of new magnetometer and gamma ray spectrometer data wasacquired at 250m line spacing, overan area of about 95,000 km2 and a total of 14,546.54 line-km airborne gravity datawas acquired at 1000m and 500m line-spacing over three discrete blocks with a total area of about 11,533km2. Two of thediscrete blocks are onshore while the third one is on Lake Malawi. The Project would like to apply part of the resources to financethe interpretation of the data. To achieve this, the Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy andMining would like to seek services of a dedicated, experienced and qualified firm with specialised geophysicists and geologists tointerpret the country-wide high resolution airborne geophysical data that has just been collected. 2.0   Scope of Work The successful bidder will carry out the interpretation of the acquired country-wide highresolution airborne geophysical data (magnetometer and gamma ray spectrometer) which covers almost all the land area of Malawi,plus three blocks of airborne gravimeter coverage. 2.1 Objectives of the Assignment The objective of the assignment isto compile digitalinterpretation maps at scales 1:100,000; 1:250,000; and 1:1,000,000 (with reference to the existing map sheet layout) integratingthe new geophysical data with all relevant geoscientific data of the country that is presently known. 2.2 SpecificTasks The consultants' duties and responsibilities will includebut not be limited to the following: a)     Carry out interpretation of the geophysical data at scales1:100,000 and 1:250,000 with reference to the following: i.         Potential sites of kimberlite intrusionsand their relation to known diamond occurrences in the region. ii.         Potential sites for gold and base metalsmineralization in Malawi. iii.         Potential sites for hydrocarbons inMalawi iv.         Neo-tectonics, rifting structures andthe existence of basins of any age that may have potential for oil and/or gas. v.         3D basin modelling for the three blockscovered in the project. vi.         The underlying structure of Karoo-agerifts and their relation to earlier and subsequent rifting events. vii.        The distribution of Phanerozoic alkaline intrusions and their mineral potential. viii.        Terrane boundaries within the Basement Complex of Malawi and their relation to known or suspectedboundaries in Mozambique, Zambia and Tanzania. ix.         Key locations for age-dating eitherwithin or outside this project. x.         Dykes and their relationship to known ornew dyke swarms in the region. xi.         Depth estimation to significantanomalous magnetic sources. xii.        Surficial geomorphological features such as soil types, land-use potential, erosion and floodinghazards. xiii.        Relevance of the geophysical data in evaluating groundwater resources b)   Compile a synoptic interpretation map of the whole country at scale1:1,000,000 in a standardformat in effect updating the national geological map of 1966. c)    Carry out any necessary processing of all the geophysical survey data to provide definitivenational grids to which future geophysical survey work in Malawi may be keyed. d)   Identify the relationships between geophysical signatures and knownmineral occurrences andstructures across the whole spectrum of potential mineral resources in the country. e)    Compile geophysical image maps at scale 1:250,000 combining an optimized ternary radiometricimage with a suitable derived shading of the magnetic anomaly in grey-scale which will be delivered as PDF files suitable forpublication as well as for geological field use. f)    Come up with a short programme of field checking during the project and plans for this should besubmitted in advance for comments from the supervising consultant and the Director of Geological Survey Department. g)   Carry out on-the-job training for counterpart geoscientists. h)   Prepare a short paper that could be submitted for publication in a peer reviewed and wellregarded geological journal. i)     Prepare a scheme for effective communication of the final results of the work to the broaderearth science community, both local and an international. In addition the bidder should prepare a compendium of potential areas ofmineralization in Malawi for promotion purpose. j)     Compile a final report which will accompany the interpreted maps and shall be in a form that maybe easily adapted and published (digitally) as a memoir of the Geological Survey of Malawi. 3.0   Invitation for Expression of Interest The Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining now invites eligible Consulting Firms to indicate their interest inproviding the services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications,expertise and relevant experience to undertake the assignment. 4.0   The shortlistingcriteria Interested consulting firms must provide information indicating that they are qualified to provide the services throughprovision of the following; i.         Proofof track record of successful execution of similar regional-scale geophysical interpretation assignments in recent years to a hightechnical standard supported by examples of (published) maps and reports resulting from such assignments. ii.         Proven record of financial and institutional soundness. iii.         Thefirm should have a team leader withthe following: ·       A minimum of MSc inGeophysics; ·       A minimum of ten years'experience in headingprojects of similar nature; ·       At least five (5) years' experience undertakingsimilar assignments in Africa within the last 10 years two of which should have been done within Sub-Saharan Africa;and ·       A good command of written andspokenEnglish. iv.         Aproposed project team staff and key professionals with the following attributes; SI KeyProfessionals Specific Expertise Desired Minimum Qualification and Professional Experience Desired 1 Geophysicists Potential field geophysics in support ofgeological mapping BSc in geophysics, at least 5 years' experiencein geophysical interpretation 2 Geologists StructuralGeology BSc in geology, at least 5 years' experience inhard rock terranes 3 Geologists Economic Geology BSc in geology, at least 5 years' experience infront line mineral exploration 4 Geologists GeologicalMapping BSc in geology, at least 5 years' experience ingeological mapping 5.0   SelectionCriteria Thesuccessful firm will be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost Based Selection Method set out in the ConsultantGuidelines. 6.0   Conflict ofInterest Theattention of interested firms is drawn toparagraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants(under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants) by World Bank Borrowers January, 2011, setting forth the World Banks' policy onconflict of interest. 7.0   FurtherInformation Further information can be obtained at the address below during working hours from 08 - 12 and 13 ? 16 hours local time(Monday to Friday) except National Public Holidays. 8.0   How toSubmit Expression of Interest must be delivered in written form to the address in paragraph 9 below (in person or by emailor bycourier) on or before4th September, 2015.  Late bids will automatically be rejected. The EOI must be clearly marked, "Expression of Interest for Consultancy forAirborne Geophysical Data Interpretation. 9.0  Address for Clarification, further details and submission of theEOIs: Physical Address: The Project Coordinator Mining Governance and Growth Support Project (MGGSP) Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy andMining Area 4 Next to Immigration Department Opposite Plant and Vehicle HireOrganization (PVHO) Lilongwe Malawi Attention: The Procurement Specialist Postal Address: The Project Coordinator Mining Governance and Growth Support Project (MGGSP) Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy andMining (MNREM) Private Bag 350 Capital City Lilongwe 3 Malawi Attention: TheProcurement Specialist Telephone:  +265 1 759 906/ +265 999 698 536 Email: malawimining.growth@mggsp.gov.mw/ andrew.mopiha@mggsp.gov.mw The Chairperson (Internal ProcurementCommittee) MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES, ENERGY ANDMINING (MNREM)

SPN – Malawi - Procurement of the construction works at Malawi polytechnic and chancellor college – 12 2015

 | Published December 8, 2015
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Malawi - Construction of upgrading and extension works for Mzimba water supply system – Prequalification – 11 2015

 | Published November 25, 2015
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SPN - Malawi - Supply, delivery, installation and commissioning of servers, computers and office equipment - Public Finance Management Institutional Support Project

 | Published March 9, 2016
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SPN - Malawi - Supply, installation and commissioning of learning materials at Malawi polytechnic

 | Published March 15, 2016
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SPN – Malawi - Supply, installation and commissioning of ICT and equipment services for Soche, Nasawa, Lilongwe & Salima technical colleges

 | Published March 16, 2016
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SPN – Malawi - Supply installation, training and delivery a continuous monitoring system for the Integrated Financial Management Information System - IFMIS

 | Published March 1, 2016
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MW- Second AF to Ag SWAp Support Project - P148964

AGRICULTURE SECTORWIDE APPROACH SUPPORT PROJECT | Published April 7, 2015  -  Deadline April 27, 2015
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Expression Of Interest For Consultancy Services For The Review, Design And Specification Of Permits Issuing Systemfor The Department Of Immigration MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TRADE AGRICULTURE SECTORWIDE APPROACH SUPPORTPROJECT MULTIDONOR TRUSTFUND EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCYSERVICES FOR THE REVIEW,DESIGN AND SPECIFICATION OF PERMITS ISSUING SYSTEM FOR THE DEPARTMENTOFIMMIGRATION 1.          BACKGROUND Agriculture is one of thekey priority areas identified in theMalawi Growth and Development Strategy (MGDS II) and the Economic Recovery Plan to ensure sustainable growth. The goal within theMGDS II is to increase agricultural productivity and diversification, thereby increasing the agriculture sector's contribution tosustainable economic growth. An efficient agricultural market is essential for the development of the agricultural sector.Byproviding outlets and incentives for increased production, the marketing system contributes greatly to the commercialization ofsubsistence farmers. Furthermore, the Doing Business environment within which agricultural markets operate has a fundamental effecton the functioning of the agricultural marketing system. Doing Business reforms can play an important role in making the marketingsystem more effective andefficient by removing unnecessary restrictions and by establishing a sound framework for commercialtransactions to reduce uncertainty in the market. Recognising the importance of agriculture, the Government ofMalawi is implementing the Agricultural Sector Wide Approach (ASWAp). ASWAp is a single comprehensive programme and budgetframework for investments across the agriculture sector.  The programme is implementedthrough the Agricultural Sector Wide Approach Support Project (ASWAp-SP), which is funded by several donors and developmentpartners who have established a Multi Donor Trust Fund (MTDF) through the World Bank. These donors include EU, Norway, DFID, IrishAid, FICA and USAID. One of the focus areas ofthe programme is to improve theagricultural business enabling environment in support of agricultural diversification, a more market oriented agriculture andintegration into agricultural value chains and regional markets. Under the coordination of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, theproject is intended to finance consultancies and training required to facilitate legal and regulatory reforms and otheractivitiesaimed at improving the business environment and agricultural commercialization. One of the important areas affecting the agribusinessenvironment and agricultural commercialization in Malawi is the lengthy and costly process of obtaining Business Residence Permits(BRPs) and Temporary Employment Permits (TEPs). Most foreign investors struggle to obtain BRPs and TEPs partly because there islittle automation in the system and the records are still manual. If Malawi is to attract foreign direct investment in theagricultural sector, especially in commercial farming and agricultural processing, there is need to improve and automate the permitissuance system. Improvement of the system will enable investors in the agricultural sector to settle in quickly and also to bringin expertise that is currently lacking in the sector. In view of this ASWAP-SP is seeking the services of companyor group of consultants with expertskills in permits issuing and development to assist the Department ofImmigration (DOI) in thedevelopment and implementation of an automation program that will see the introduction of a computerized permits platform, aimed atimproving the Department's operations in the delivery of its permits responsibilities. 2.         OBJECTIVES OF THE CONSULTANCY /ASSIGNMENT The general objective of the assignment is to help the officeof the Chief Immigration Officer (CIO) undertake a comprehensive review of permits issuance processes and procedures with a view toimprove efficiency in the delivery of permits-processing services.  The goal is toenable Malawi to have an efficient, effective and sustainable system in place for the issuance, processing, monitoring and controlof permits.  It is expected that the accomplishment of this assignment will be guidedby the following outcomes: ?           Reduction in the number of days to issue business residencepermits, temporary employment permits and permanentresidence permits through reducing time and cost of compliance with permitsprocessing procedures; ?           Improvement in  the efficiency of permits processing services through simplifying and streamliningprocedures for issuance and control of permits, and automating the immigration permit registryfunction; ideally making the process of issuance and monitoring more efficient and equitable; 3.         NEED FORCONSULTANCY In view of the above objectives and the impendingintroduction of an automated permits-processing system, there is need to prepare the DOI for the reforms and automation of thepermits-processing services in order to streamline the processes that clients or stakeholders must comply with when processing apermit. The DOI is therefore seeking the services of consultants toprovide high quality and consistent support with the implementation and monitoring of the appropriate permits-issuingsolution.  Therequirement is for a suitably qualified and experienced consulting firmwith expert skills in permits and development to capture and validate the data from manual files and records; and also to designand specify an integrated permits-issuing system. Accordingly, the consultants will among other tasks berequired to undertake an institutional assessment of the immigration registry; design an appropriate registry model for Malawi;develop an appropriate institutional framework for delivery of functions of the immigration registry; digitize and automatetheimmigration registry; develop a plan for capacity building including training and a framework for testing the efficiency of theregistry as a means to determine future support needs. The consultant must be well versed with data processing andvalidation, forms design and data entry, report generators and report writers as well as industry standardDatabase ManagementSystems (DBMS) preferably Microsoft SQL, with in-depth knowledge and experience in systems designing andspecification. In order to achieve the objectives defined by the Governmentof Malawi regarding permits-processing services to make the DOI a successful operation, the consultants will primarily be requiredto review existing legislation that may need to be amended and propose such amendments as may be necessary; map existingrequirements and procedures needed to process a new BRP, TEP and PRP; develop a strategy to preserve existing data and records in areadily searchable database. The consultants will be required to develop comprehensivedrafts of regulations and procedures needed for the operationalization of the immigration registry (permitssection); undertake aseries of consultations with stakeholders to discuss and comment on draft regulations and procedures. The consultantswill also beexpected to assist the DOI in undertaking in-depth review of its business processes relating to permits, the need for improvingthese business processes and the need for introducing the use of ICTinto the business process to improve effectiveness andefficiency; specifically to improve its operations in the delivery of permits-issuing services. It is also expected that the consultants will providemanagement support to the DOI including inthe area of Information Communication Technology during the hardware and softwareimplementation phase. The outputs from this consultancy will be used in the second phase of the project and the consultants will beexpected to assist DOI in procuring, installing and developing the permits system network. It should be noted that the consultantwill be eligible to submit an expression of interest in the second phase ofthe project. 4.         EXPRESSION OF INTEREST The Ministry of Industry and Trade is now seeking expressionsof interests from suitably qualified consulting firms to carry out this assignment. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (description ofsimilar assignments undertaken, experience in similar conditions, detailed staffing schedule and curriculum vitae of the proposedpersonnel).  An estimated cost of the assignment is not required at this stage. Interested consultants mayobtain further information and thefull Terms of Reference (ToRs) from address in 7 below from 08:00 to 16:30 hrs local time. 5.         SELECTION OF THECONSULTANT The consultants will be selected in accordance with Qualityand Cost Based Selection method (QCBS) and procedures set out in the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers 2011. 8.         QUALIFICATIONS &EXPERIENCE The assignment will require a firm or group of consultants,who should have knowledge in permits-processing systems and experience in automation of immigration registry functions.  In addition, the consultants should have both knowledge of best practices ofpermits-processing systems in the developed world, and experience in implementing reforms in regional developingcountries. In addition, the consultants should have the ability to workpatiently and effectively with public officials, and to draw on reform examples worldwide to persuade them of the benefits ofreform and how to mitigate risks, they should have strong analytical skills and ability to prioritize tasks to beaccomplished. The core team must also demonstrate relevant experience indata processing as well as validationand should include at least the following: ?          A Team Leader who must be a migration expert with over five (5)years experience in permits processing and an advanced degree in Business Administration or any relevant field from aninternationally recognised institution as well as possession of an international post graduate qualification in migration or anyother relevant qualification ?          An automation practitioner with a degree in Computer Science orits equivalent from an internationally recognized university, at least five (5) years experience in projects involving informationsystems reforms, experience and knowledge of data base software systems and design will also berequired. Specifically, the proposed core team musthave: 6.1       Expert knowledge and skills in permits-processing reforms & procedures 6.2       Good knowledge in regulations that govern issuance ofpermits 6.3       Detailed knowledge in international best practicesrelatingpermits 6.4       Good Knowledge and experience in forms design and practical data    entry 6.5       Expert Knowledge with report generators and report writers 6.6       Ability to work with a team of people of various levels of computerproficiency 6.7       Proficiency with Relational Databases including Oracle, SQL Server, Microsoft SQL,and Microsoft Access. Proficiency with Microsoft SQL is key. 7.         NAME AND ADDRESS OF OFFICE FOR SEEKING CLARIFICATIONS AND COLLECTION OFFULL TERMS OF REFERENCE The Project Coordinator,ASWAP-SP Ministry of Industry and Trade Gemini House PO Box 30366 Lilongwe 3 Malawi Attention: Ms EstherMwimba M:       +265 1770244 Fax:     +2651770680 E:       esmwimba@yahoo.co.uk and copiedto gkanthiti@gmail.com and heltongondwe@yahoo.co.uk 8.         SUBMISSION OF EXPRESSION OF INTEREST Expressions of Interest clearly marked "EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR THE REVIEW, DESIGN AND SPECIFICATION OF PERMITS ISSUING SYSTEM FOR THE DEPARTMENT OFIMMIGRATION", must be delivered or e-mailed to the Ministryof Industry and Trade at the address indicated below by 4.00 p.m. local time on Monday 27thApril, 2015. The Chairperson Internal Procurement Committee Ministry of Industry and Trade Gemini House PO Box 30366 Lilongwe 3 Malawi Attention: The ProcurementOfficer Or Email:             esmwimba@yahoo.co.uk and copiedto gkanthiti@gmail.com and heltongondwe@yahoo.co.uk

MW-Financial Sector Technical Assistance - P122616

Financial Sector Technical Assistance Project (FSTAP) | Published September 7, 2015  -  Deadline September 25, 2015
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Consumer Protection Resident Advisor RESERVE BANK OF MALAWI FINANCIAL SECTOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROJECT (FSTAP) Country:                     Malawi Name of Project:        Financial Sector Technical Assistance Project (FSTAP) Consulting Services:   Consumer Protection ResidentAdvisor Credit No.                   4897 Mw Project ID No.             P122616 Date of Issue:              7th September,2015 EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR CONSUMER PROTECTION RESIDENTADVISOR 1.     ThisInvitation follows the General Procurement Notice for this Project that appeared in Development Business, of March 29th,2012. 2.     The Government of the Republic of Malawi has received financing from the InternationalDevelopment Association (IDA) of the World Banktoward the cost of the Financial SectorTechnical Assistance Project (FSTAP), and intends to apply part of the proceeds for the services of Consumer Protection Resident Advisor. The Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) intends to applypart of the proceeds of this credit to payments under the Contract for consultingservices for Consumer ProtectionResident Advisor. 3.     Background TheGovernment of Malawi (GoM) recognizes the vital role that the Financial Sector plays in the social economic development of thecountry. While significant progress in the regulatory framework has been made, the formal financial sector in Malawi remains small,concentrated and services a narrow clientele. The Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM), on behalf of the GoM has taken a leading role inthe development of a policy and institutional framework for the development of the financial sector. A keyintervention in these reforms is the implementation of the five-year Financial Sector Technical Assistance Project (FSTAP), whichthe GoM is financing with a credit from the International Development Association (IDA) of the World Bank. The project aims atincreasing access to financial servicesand products by the population of Malawi. A keypillar of the FSTAP is to strengthen the legal, regulatory, and supervisory framework for financial consumer protection, and toimprove the monitoring, coordination, and quality of financial capability enhancing programs. Activities under this component arebased on the recognition that an effective and well-enforced financial consumer protection and financial capability framework,which engenders trust and confidence in the financial sector, helps ensure that financial inclusion has positive impacts onhouseholds, firms, and the broader financial sector and economy. This is because, while increased access can result in significanteconomic and societal benefits and enhance financial stability, it can be neutral or even harmful, if consumers are not able to:(i) exercise their rights as consumers; (ii) select the financial products that suit them best; and (iii) be protected frommis-selling, fraud, and other market abuses. An effective framework for market conduct and consumer protection needs to be builtupon five main pillars: (i) a comprehensive regulatory framework covering areas such as equitable and fair treatment of consumers,disclosure and transparency, responsible business conduct, protection of consumer data and privacy, and protection against frauds;(ii) effective institutional arrangements ensuring independence, cooperation, coordination and accountability; (iii) risk-basedsupervision and credible enforcement; (iv) effective complaints handling and redress mechanisms; and (v) financial capability andawareness. Effective risk-based market supervision must ensure that the supervised entities follow the requirements of the legal andregulatory framework (compliance) and that scarce supervisory resources arespent efficiently on activities that bestreflect the supervisor's knowledge of the market as well as of existing and emerging risks (risks). Further, effective marketconduct supervision needs to make use of the traditional supervisory tools (e.g. onsite and offsite examinations) as well as marketconduct specific tools such as mystery shopping, collection and assessment of consumer complaints, consumer surveys andfocusgroups. Independent market conduct supervision as an activity separate from prudential supervision is still relatively new. One ofthe key challenges faced by supervisors in different countries is how toidentify and measure market conduct risks at both the macroand microlevel. Market conduct supervision is predominantly focused on consumer relationships and thus risk assessment is concernedwith the impact that any violation of law committed by a financial institution may have on consumer(s). This creates new challengespreviously unknown to prudential supervisors concerned mainly with the impact of law violations on institutions' liquidity andsolvency. Moreover, while prudential rules (and thus supervision) are quantitative in nature (e.g. capital and provisioningrequirements), market conduct rules are more qualitative in nature (e.g. fair treatment of clients and advice requirements).Compliance and the relevant risks are thus more difficult to measurein a market conduct context, as is the appropriate targeting ofsupervisory activities. 4.     Objectives of the consultancy The consultant providing theservices the subject of these Terms of Reference (Resident Advisor) will work in close collaboration with the Director of the Microfinance and Capital MarketsSupervision Department in the RBM (Department). The main objectives of the assignment are to support the Department in: (i)  developing a market conduct risk-based supervisionframework and in piloting related market conduct off-site and on-site examinations; (ii)  developing operational manuals for market conduct supervision; (iii) capacitybuilding for  supervisors in RBM on  market conduct supervision; (iv) advising as to optionsfor an international best practice institutional framework in relation to an external dispute resolution for financial sectorconsumers; and (v) developing the market conduct legal and regulatory framework through providing advisory inputs into draftsprepared by RBM. 5.    Scope of the Assignment The Resident Advisor is expected to carry out the following tasks: a)              Develop a framework and guidelines on a market conduct risk-based supervision framework and a related implementation roadmap based on international best practices including in relation to: (i)             Off-site analysis and inspection; (ii)           On-siteexamination; (iii)         Data andanalysis; (iv)          Market conduct supervisory toolsincluding mystery shopping, review of advertising and product materials and information, complaints analysis, consumer focus groupsand surveys; and (v)           Processes andprocedures forhandling complaints from financial sector consumers byRBM (to the extent consistent with the RBM's functions). b)             Develop operations manuals setting out the processes and procedures required for the purposes of the abovementioned marketconduct risk ? based supervision framework. c)              Assess and build internal capacity on market conduct supervision and other consumer protection issues to a levelappropriate to RBM's functions and powers and having regard to the Malawi legal and regulatory framework. d)             Advise as to options for an international best practice institutional framework for resolution of disputes betweenfinancial institutions and including an implementation plan for the preferred option. e)              Provide advisory inputs into changes to the market conduct legal and regulatory framework prepared by the Department,including new Directives on disclosures and business conduct. f)              Participate in consultation workshops with stakeholders as agreed with the Director of theDepartment. g)             Carry out additional complementary tasks as reasonably requested by the Director of the Department and within theanticipated scope of effort. Infulfilling these tasks the Resident Advisor must have regard to Malawi's financial sector, existing institutions, capacity andresources and other country ? specific factors as well as international best practice. 6.     Deliverables The Resident Advisor is expected to deliver the following by the end of the contract period and in accordance with atimetable to be specified by the Director of the Department: a)             A proposed framework, guidelines andimplementation roadmap for market conduct risk-based supervision in Malawi, as described in 3 a) above; b)            Operations manuals as described in 3 b) above; c)             Workshops and related capacitybuilding exercises over at least 10 days for RBM supervisory staff for the purposes referred to in 3 c) above; d)            Draft and final advice as to aninternational best practice dispute resolution institutional framework as described in 3 d) above; and e)             Written comments on the initial andfinal drafts of proposed changes to the market conduct legal and regulatory framework as provided by the Department for reviewduring the period of the consultancy. 7.     Qualifications The Resident Advisor willbe expected to have, at a minimum, the following qualifications: (i)             A master's degree in law, finance, banking and /or economics (with a master's degree in law being highlydesirable); (ii)           Astrong professional background in market conduct supervision including not less than five (5) years ofworkexperience in the financial sector, specifically with supervision of market conduct requirements applicable to financialinstitutions and handling other financialconsumer protection matters; (iii)        Extensiveknowledge of relevant internationalstandards and good practices in the design, monitoring and development of risk-based supervision and risk assessment methodologiesfor the financial sector; (iv)          Experience in presenting technical findings and recommendations to senior governmentofficials; and (v)           A proven record of similarassignments, preferably withinternational exposure. 8.     ReportingRequirement The Resident Advisor will report to the Director, Microfinance andCapital Markets Supervision, RBM. 9.    Duration and Location of Assignment The assignment is expected to take six (6) calendar months from the start datespecified in the contract and the Resident Advisor is expected to reside in Blantyre, Malawi for the duration of the assignment. 10.  Selection ofConsultant TheResident Advisor will be selected in accordance with Quality and Cost Based Selection (QCBS) proceduresset out in the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers, of January, 2011 revised in 2014. Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours (8.00 hours to 16.00 hours Malawitime). 11.  Submission ofexpression of Interest Interestedindividual consultants must provideinformation indicating that they arequalified to perform the services the subject of these Terms of Reference (i.e. brochures, description of similar assignments,experience in similar conditions etc.). 12.  Interested consultants mayobtain further information at the address below during office hoursi.e. 0900 to 1700 hours local time. 13.  Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by 25th September, 2015 at 1700hours. (Signed by) Project Manager, Financial Sector Technical Assistance Project (FSTAP), Reserve Bank of Malawi, Convention Drive, P.O.Box 30063, Capital City, Lilongwe 3 TEL:   (265) 1 770 600/771 600 FAX:   (265) 1 773 752 E-mail: josmilner@fstap.org and copy: stsokonombwe@fstap.org

MW: Mining Technical Assistance Project - P120825

Mining Governance and Growth Support Project | Published June 24, 2015  -  Deadline July 16, 2015
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Consultancy For The Design And Installation Of Computerised Mineral Rights REVISED MINING GOVERVANCE AND GROWTH SUPPORT PROJECT MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES, ENERGY AND MINING REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES- FIRMSSELECTION) Country:Malawi Name of Project: Mining Governance and Growth Support Project Assignment Title: Consultancy for the Design and Installation of Computerised Mineral Rights Cadastre System Procurement ReferenceNumber: MNREE/MGGSP/ COMP-A/C/06 Issue Date;25th June, 2015 1.0  Background This Invitation for Expression of Interest (EOI) follows the General Procurement Notice for this Project that appeared inthe UN Development Business online of 23rd June, 2011. The Government of Malawi (Government)through the Ministry of NaturalResources, Energy and Mining (MNREM) is implementing the Mining Governance and Growth SupportProject (MGGSP) with support from the World Bank and European Union.  Among others, the project has a component to modernize minerals licensing by establishing a moderncomputer-based cadastral system for efficient and transparent allocation andmanagement of mineral exploration and mining rights byMNREM. The Government aims to improve competitiveness of the mining industry and to attract private investments through thestrengthening of governance and transparency in the administration of mining rights and activities. A computerized registry andMining Cadastre system is therefore being developed to meet international best practices. The Cadastre system will correctlyposition the mineral titles on the terrain, thereby minimizing conflicts and investment risks. To achieve this desire of establishing a Computerised Cadastre, the Ministry would like to seek services of a consultingfirm to undertake the assignment as specified in the scope of work. 2.0   Scope of Work The scope of services will includebut not limited to: a)         Pre ? computerization mining cadastralactivities; b)         Thedesign and installation of a web-based mineral right cadastresystem according to system specifications to be provided in thetermsof reference. c)         Testing and commissioning of the mineralrights cadastre system and; d)         Provision of user training. 2.1 Objectives of theAssignment The principal objective of the assignment is to design, install and test a new andmodern computerized Mineral Rights Cadastre System (MRCS) to automate the management of the application of mineral titles;guarantee transparency, efficiency and performance of the process; as well as ensure thesecurity of tenure and protection of miningtitles. The new system will improve governance and investment climate of the mining sector and provide easy access to informationto private investors, and improve transparency and public accountability. 2.2 SpecificTasks The consultants' duties and responsibilities will be, butnot necessarily limited to, the following: i.      Designing andimplementing Pre-computerisation cadastral activities ii.      Designing andinstalling a web-based cadastre system according to provided specifications. iii.      Carrying out acadastre user training focusing on Mineral Rights Cadastre, responsibilities, activities, techniques or functions. 3.0   Invitation for Expression of Interest The Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining now invites eligible Consulting Firms to indicate their interest inproviding the services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualificationsand relevant experience to undertake the assignment. 4.0   The shortlistingcriteria The desired firm shall have experience in doing similarassignments and also must have done two or more contracts in the last five years which the Government team may visit as part oftraining. In particular, the interested firms must provide information indicating that they are qualified to provide the services through provision ofthe following; i.      Brochures or any information giving overall outlook of the firm in terms of core business and generalcapacity ii.      Proofof not less than 10 years' experience in consultancies related to the assignment iii.      Availability of appropriate skills among staff which shall include, a mining cadaster expert, a mining cadaster trainer andmining cadaster systems design expert. In addition, the firm must have a team leader with: i.         At least 10 years ofexperience in planning, coordination and implementation of geospatial projects. ii.          A minimum of 5 years of experience inAfrica. iii.         At least 10 years of experience managing mining cadastre system implementations. iv.         at least an internationally recognizeduniversity degree in mining, geology, geography or geodesy 5.0   SelectionCriteria Thesuccessful firm will be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost Based Selection Method set out in the ConsultantGuidelines. 6.0   Conflict ofInterest Theattention of interested firms is drawn toparagraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants(under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants) by World Bank Borrowers January, 2011, setting forth the World Banks' policy onconflict of interest. 7.0   FurtherInformation Further information can be obtained at the address below during working hours from 08 - 12 and 13 ? 16 hours local time(Monday to Friday) except National Public Holidays. 8.0   How toSubmit Expression of Interest must be delivered in written form to the address in paragraph 9 below (in person or by emailor bycourier) on or before 16th July,2015. Late bids will automatically be rejected. The EOI must be clearly marked, "Expression of Interest for Consultancy for theDesign and Installation of Computerised Mineral Rights Cadastre System 9.0  Address for Clarification, further details and submission of theEOIs: Physical Address: The Project Coordinator Mining Governance and Growth Support Project (MGGSP) Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy andMining Area 4 Next to Immigration Department Opposite Plant and Vehicle HireOrganization (PVHO) Lilongwe Malawi Attention: The Procurement Specialist Postal Address: The Project Coordinator Mining Governance and Growth Support Project (MGGSP) Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy andMining (MNREM) Private Bag 350 Capital City Lilongwe 3 Malawi Attention: TheProcurement Specialist Telephone:  +265 1 759 906/ +265 999 698 536 Fax: +265 1 788689 Email: malawimining.growth@mggsp.gov.mw/ andrew.mopiha@mggsp.gov.mw The Chairperson (Internal ProcurementCommittee) MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES, ENERGY ANDMINING (MNREM)

MW Skills Development Project - P131660

National Council for Higher Education | Published June 15, 2015
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General Procurement Notice National Council for Higher Education                                      MalawiGovernment Ministry of Education, Science and Technology GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE COUNTRY: Malawi NAME OF PROJECT: Skills Development SECTOR: Education Credit/ Grant No: P131660. The Government of the Republic of Malawi has received aCredit and a Grant for financing inthe amount of US$ 50.90 from the International Development Association (IDA)toward the cost of the SkillsDevelopment Project and it intends to apply part of the proceeds topayments for consulting services to be procured under this project. The project will include the following componentscovering a period from 1st June, 2015 to 30th June, 2019 Component1: Strengthening Institutional Performance (US$40 million) This Consists of: ? Carryingout a program of specific activities to improve access and market relevanceof engineeringprograms offered at the University of Malawi- The Polytechnic,including inter alia: (a)construction and rehabilitation of infrastructure including workshops,laboratories, classrooms,lecture theaters, tutorial and design rooms, library facilities andofficespace; (b) supply ofequipment; (c) development of new engineering programs at diploma and undergraduatelevels; and (d) upgrading staff qualifications to deliver on the newprograms: allthrough the provision of results based grants. ? Carryingout a program of specific activities at Mzuzu University to:(a)increase access to secondaryteacher training programs, including inter alia, establishing newsatellite learning centers atKaronga, Lilongwe, Mulanje and Balaka; developing curriculum for open and distance learning programs;supplying equipment; strengthening the capacity of staff in the developmentof open and distance learning materials and upgrading staff skills to deliveron theprograms: (b) increase access, market relevance, sustainability andcostefficiency of hospitalityand tourism courses including, inter alia, establishing a skillsdevelopment center, supplyingequipment, and upgrading staff skills to deliver the programs, all throughthe provisionof results based grants. ? Carryingout a program of specific activities at University of Malawi-ChancellorCollege to increaseaccess to science teacher education and enhance capacity for scienceeducation deliveryincluding inter alia: (a) constructing lecture theatres, andlaboratories and rehabilitationof classrooms; (b) supplying of equipment and installing of information and communicationtechnology facilities; (c) developing curriculum for computer science teacher education;and (d) upgrading the capacity of academic and support staff in scienceteacher educationand delivery; all through the provision of results based grants. ? Carryingout a program of specific activities at Lilongwe University of Agricultureand NaturalResources (LUANAR) to increase access,market relevance and gender responsivenessof programs including, inter alia: (a) establishing an open anddistance learningcenter in Lilongwe city, at the University campus and two (2) remotesatellite centers inMzuzu and Blantyre; (b) developing open and distance learning programs; (c) expandinglibrary facilities; (d) installing information and communication technology infrastructure;and (e) upgrading staff capacity to develop and deliver open and distance learningprograms including supporting study tours to relevant institutions;allthrough the provisionof results based grants. ? Carryingout a program of specific activities at the Technical, Entrepreneurial and VocationalEducation and Training Authority (TEVETA) to improve capacity forquality assurancein the TEVET system and increase access to and broaden the range ofmarket orientedskills programs including, inter alia: (a) training of mastercraftsmen; (b) supplying ofequipment and training of staff in selected institutions offering informalsector training in ruralareas; (c) developing curriculum for short skills upgrading programs inselected training institutionsoffering skills training in rural areas; and (d) providing equipment andupgrading staffcapacity in selected institutions offering technician level programs, allthrough the provisionof results based grants. Component2: Technical Assistance for System Strengthening and Policy Reforms(US$4.9 million) This Consists of: ? Carryingout a program of activities to strengthen the capacity of the NationalCouncil for HigherEducation for Project implementation, such program of activities toinclude(a) trainingmembers of the council on their quality assurance and Project implementationroles; (b)strengthening the capacity of the secretariat at the National Council forHigher Education in projectcoordination, reporting and communication, project planning, projectmonitoring andevaluation and fiduciary management; and (c) provision of equipment. ? Developingand installing a management information system at the National Council for HigherEducation and providing associated training. ? Developingmonitoring and evaluation systems and piloting new monitoring toolsat the NationalCouncil for Higher Education and Participating Skills DevelopmentInstitutions. ? Providingtechnical assistance for the development and implementation of a student financingscheme. ? Designingand setting up of verification mechanisms, and conducting verification ofoutputs andresults of the activities supported under the Project. ? Carryingout independent verification of outputs and results of the activitiessupported under theProject. Consulting Services to be procured underComponent 2: ConsultancyServices ThirdParty Validation/Verification Agency Recruitment ofProject Implementation Specialist Recruitment ofMonitoring and Evaluation Specialist Recruitment ofProject Assistant Procurement of contracts financed by the World Bank willbe conducted through the procedures as specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement of Goods, Works and Non ?ConsultingServices  under IBRD Loans and IDACredits&Grants, by World Bank Borrowers, January 2011 , Revised July 2014, and is open to all eligiblebidders  as defined inthe guidelines. Consultingservices will be selected in accordance with the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants underIBRD Loansand IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers, January2011, revised July2014. Specific procurement notices for contracts tobe bidunder the World Bank's international competitive bidding (ICB) procedures andfor contracts for consultancy services will be announced, as they becomeavailable, in UN DevelopmentBusiness and "The Daily Times"and "The Nation "local newspapers. Interested eligible bidders/Consultants who wish to beincluded on the mailing list to receive an Invitation to Bid under ICB orRequest for Expression of Interest for large consulting services contracts,or those requiring additional information, should contact the followingaddress: Physical Address: National Council for Higher Education, HB House, Block A Along Paul Kagame Road, Next to Chipiku Plus, Postal Address: TheChairperson Internal ProcurementCommittee Private BagB371, Lilongwe3, Malawi Telecommunication Phone  : +265 01 755 884 Email   : rchinula@nche.ac.mw :rchinula@gmail.com : fmazaza@nche.ac.mw :fynessmazaza@yahoo.co.uk