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EOI – Nigeria - Senior telecom & network engineer consultant for nigeria regional office (rdng) - CHIS

 | Published September 14, 2017
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EOI – Nigeria - Senior telecom & network engineer consultant for nigeria regional office (rdng) - CHIS

Review of the Institute for African Culture and International Understanding (IACIU) by an individual consultant

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization | Published September 25, 2014  -  Deadline October 13, 2014
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Call for expression of interest for the review of the Institute for African Culture and International Understanding (IACIU) in view of establishing an Individual Consultant Contract. Please refer to attached procurement notice.

EOI - Niger - Recruitment of an expert consultant audit of road safety - Multinational Project Algeria Chad Niger - July 2015

 | Published July 10, 2015
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NOTICE FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (CONSULTING PERSONAL SERVICE) OF NIGER Republic Ministry of Public Works General Directorate Great Multinational Project Algeria Chad Niger Sector: Transportation of the funding agreement Reference: Loan No.: 2100150030845 No. of Project Identification: P-ZI-DB0-102 AMI No. N ° 2015/027 / ME / SG / DGGT / DMP-DSP / ADB The Government of the Republic of Niger received from the African Development Fund financing (FAD ) to cover the cost of the development of the Trans-Saharan road (RTS), Section Arlit- Assamaka- border of Algeria and the Niger River Bridge on Farié and intends to use part of the money granted under this loan to finance the services of a consultant contract, road safety expert. The services provided under this contract include audit services of road safety work. The Minister of Infrastructure invites consultants to apply to provide the Interested consultants must provide information on their ability and experience showing that they are qualified for benefits: Letter of application and availability of the consultant Curriculum Vitae indicating their relevant prior experience and local knowledge (language, culture, administrative system, government organization), and the required certificates of additional training qualifications. The eligibility criteria, the establishment of the shortlist and the selection procedure will conform to "Rules and Procedures for the Use of Consultants" of the African Development Bank, May 2008 edition, revised in July 2012, which are available on the Interest shown by a consultant does not imply any obligation on the part of the Borrower to retain it on the short list. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below to the following office opening hours: Monday to Thursday from 09:00 to 17:00 and Friday from 8:00 to 12:30 (local time): Nelson Mandela Square: Ministry of Equipment; Directorate General of Major Projects; Directorate of Technical Studies: 2nd floor of Applications Applications must be submitted to the address below on or before 27.07.2015 at 10:30 (local time) and expressly marked 'AMI N ° 2015/027 / ME / SG / DGGT / DMP-DSP / ADB - Recruitment of an expert consultant audit

Briefing Note - Niger - Consultant Contract Award for the development of sustainable development and inclusive growth strategy (SDDCI) Niger 2035-05 2015

 | Published May 4, 2015
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PUBLICATION OF THE CONSULTANT CONTRACT AWARD FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE STRATEGY OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND INCLUSIVE GROWTH (SDDCI) NIGER 2035 BRIEFING Date: May 2015 Country: NIGER Executing Agency: MINISTRY OF PLANNING, THE PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Project Name: SUPPORT PROJECT MOBILIZATION OF DOMESTIC RESOURCES AND IMPROVEMENT OF THE FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE (PAMOGEF) Loan Number: 2100150026102 Name of the Request for Proposals ( DDP): SELECTION OF A CONSULTANT FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE STRATEGY DEVELOPPMENT SUSTAINABLE AND INCLUSIVE GROWTH (SDDCI) NIGER 2035 Selection Method: SELECTION BASED ON QUALITY AND COST (QCBS) Date of publication of the MAI: 02.10.2014 Date of publication of the RFP: 04.11.2014 Date of opening of technical proposals: 12.2.2014 Date of opening of financial proposals: 12.24.2014 Date of approval by the Bank the draft negotiated contract: 04.03.2015 Name of the Contract is awarded: CENTENNIAL HOLDINGS GROUP Nationality: AMERICAN SUITE 201, WASHINGTON, DC 20037 Contract Price: FIVE HUNDRED AND FORTY NINE MILLION FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND (549,500,000) FRANCS CFA HT Contract start date: 03/25/2015 Duration of execution of the Contract: EIGHT (8) MONTHS Summary of the Contract object: GLOBAL OBJECTIVE CONTRIBUTE TO A CONTRACT TO BUILD A LONG-TERM VISION AND MAKE A DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY OF THE COMPANY AND THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY THE HORIZON 2035. Total number of bidders: SIX (6) 1) Name: DESIGN OFFICE AND RESEARCH FOR DEVELOPMENT (EBRD) Nationality: BURKINA FASO Address 01 BP 4873 OUAGADOUGOU BURKINA FASO 01 EMAIL: berd.ing@fasonet.bf Technical Notes: 69.80 / 100 Evaluated Prices POINTS: - Final notes: - Ranking: 4th 2) Name: CENTENNIAL HOLDINGS GROUP Nationality: AMERICAN SUITE 201 WASHINGTON, DC 20037- EMAIL: info@centennial-group.com Technical Notes: 94.80 / 100 POINTS Evaluated Prices: 631 879 032 FCFA HT Endnotes: 88.30 / 100 POINTS Ranking: 1, 3) Name: INTERNATIONAL FUTURIBLES Nationality: FRENCH Address: 47, RUE DE BABYLON - 75007 PARIS FRANCE EMAIL: croels@futuribles.com Technical Notes: 23.90 / 100 Evaluated Prices POINTS: - Final notes: - Ranking: 6th 4) Name: AFRICAN GROUP FUTURE - PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT GROUP Nationality: SENEGALAISE Address: 15 BOULEVARD DJIBY M'BAYE DAKAR SENEGAL - EMAIL: info@performancesgroup.com Technical Notes: 79.40 / 100 Evaluated Prices POINTS: The financial proposal of the group does not meet the specified format in the RFP and the necessary relevant forms have not been provided. Final notes: - Ranking: 3rd 5) Name: IDEA CONSULT INTERNATIONAL Nationality: TUNISIA Address: BUILDING EQUINOXE, BLOCK B STREET OF 1053 STOCK EXCHANGE, THE BANKS OF TUNIS LAC- EMAIL: idea@ideaconsult.com.tn Technical notes: 84 , 90/100 POINTS Evaluated Prices: 393 672 594 Francs CFA HT Endnotes: 87.92 / 100 POINTS Rank: 2nd 6) Name: ROLAND BERGER STRATEGY CONSULTANTS Nationality: FRENCH Address: 62-64, RUE LISBON - 75008 PARIS EMAIL: dominique.gautier@rolandberger.com Technical Notes: 45.85 / 100 Evaluated Prices POINTS: - Final notes: - Ranking: 5th NB: Any consultant who wishes to ascertain the reasons why its proposal was not selected, should In any event, the Bank reserves the right to review all

NE - Agro-Pastoral Export Promotion Proj - P095210

PRODEX | Published September 12, 2015  -  Deadline September 30, 2015
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Recruitment Consultant For a D L elaboration Types Of Plans And D investment subprojects integrated Communal Agriculture For A Less Sensitive To Climate Risks CONSULTING SERVICE:??? RECRUITMENT OF A CONSULTANT FOR THE DEVELOPMENT PLANS AND INVESTMENT TYPES desous DRAFT INTEGRATED MUNICIPAL FOR AGRICULTURE LESS SENSITIVE RISQUESCLIMATIQUES.

Competitiveness & Growth Support - P127204

PROJET D APPUI A LA COMPETITIVITE ET A LA CROISSANCE | Published January 7, 2015  -  Deadline January 22, 2015
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Recruitment Consultant A Load Of Audit System Of Protection Of Sites Of Nigelec REPUBLIC OF NIGER MINISTRY OF SPATIAL PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DUTERRITOIRE Directorate Généraledes Investments SUPPORT PROJECT AND COMPETITIVENESS Credit LACROISSANCE 5132 NE manifestation of Notice of intérêtN ° 03 / praccing / 2015 for recrutementd'un consultant AUDIT DESSITES PROTECTION SYSTEM OF NIGELEC

IC Procurement Notice: Consultancy for SOGIR Africa

UNDP Country Office - NIGERIA | Published September 26, 2016  -  Deadline October 7, 2016
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The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) are implementing an 18 month project for Africa, with specific country-level focus in Senegal, Tanzania and Zambia, Uganda, Nigeria and Cameroon as well as regional activities. The project has been designed to contribute to the reduction of human rights violations, inequalities and exclusion experienced by people of diverse sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI). The proposed project aims to strengthen the evidence base, develop advocacy capacity and public information materials, and convene regional and national dialogues that bring together national decision makers from the executive, legislative and judiciary branches of government with civil society organizations, their allies and other stakeholders. The project draws on UNDP’s work on human rights in Africa in the context of HIV and experience in designing and implementing a similar ground-breaking regional initiative. The project also draws on OHCHR's experience combating homophobia and transphobia at the country level in Africa and in other regions, and lessons learned from its innovative UN Free and Equal global public information campaign. The joint project implements different activities at national and regional level. National level activities include identification of partner organizations, producing a preliminary country situation analysis, conducting a national round table meeting and producing a country report on the human rights situation of people of diverse sexual orientation and gender identity. A multisectoral National Steering Committee (NSC) will oversee implementation of the project activities. This ToR is developed to guide the work of a national consultant who will support implementation of the national level activities.Duties and responsibilities Working under the technical guidance of a senior regional consultant and the NSC the national consultant will, among other things, be responsible for:Conducting a desk review and producing a preliminary analysis of human rights obligations, resolutions, commitments, conventions, punitive/protective laws, regulations, policies, programmes and practices, and recent and ongoing law reform initiatives, access to justice, social environment, etc. related to the human rights situation of people of diverse sexual orientation and gender diversity in the country.Developing background materials, concept notes, presentations and agenda for the country roundtablesAssisting in moderating/facilitating national RoundtablesTaking detailed record of the discussions at the Roundtable and produce a summary of the proceedingsIncorporating the issues, main points and recommendations of the Roundtable to the preliminary national analysis and producing the draft country reportSupporting the NSC to develop a dissemination plan for the country repoThe preliminary analysis is expected to be based mainly on desk review of available documents. However, the national consultant may need to conduct limited collection of primary qualitative data through interviews to fill critical information gaps that are necessary inputs for the roundtable meeting. The preliminary analyses as well as the final country reports will be based on an outline to be developed by the Regional Technical Reference Group.

Competitiveness & Growth Support - P127204

PROJET D APPUI A LA COMPETITIVITE ET A LA CROISSANCE | Published September 5, 2016  -  Deadline September 28, 2016
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Service De Consultant-firme Charge De L Etude Sur L Assainissement Du Fichier Des Numeros D Identification Fiscale(nif) SOLLICITATION DE MANIFESTATIONS D'INTERETN°001/2016/C/PCA/C : SERVICE DE CONSULTANT-FIRME CHARGE DE L'ETUDE SUR L'ASSAINISSEMENT DU FICHIER DESNUMEROS D'IDENTIFICATION FISCALE(NIF)

Competitiveness & Growth Support - P127204

PROJET D APPUI A LA COMPETITIVITE ET A LA CROISSANCE | Published September 9, 2015  -  Deadline October 2, 2015
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Recruitment Consultant D-firm A Load Of Mission D Technical Assistance On The Legal And Negotiation Of Contracts And The Monitoring / Control Of Operations Of Extractive Industries Ministry of Economy and desFinances Support Project laCompétitivité and Growth Unitéd'Exécution Project CréditIDA 5132 - DO SERVICE DECONSULTANTS: Recruitment of a consultant-firm in charge of the mission and legal Technicalassistance on Contratset Negotiation Monitoring / Control Extractive Industries Operations

Competitiveness & Growth Support - P127204

PROJET D APPUI A LA COMPETITIVITE ET A LA CROISSANCE | Published July 22, 2015  -  Deadline August 7, 2015
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Recruitment Consultant D A Load Of The Audit Sysyteme Of Protection Of Sites Of Nigelec REPUBLIC OF NIGER MINISTRY OF SPATIAL PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DUTERRITOIRE Directorate Généraledes Investments SUPPORT PROJECT COMPETITIVENESS AND DO LACROISSANCE 5132 Credit Opinion Expressions of Interest N ° 03 / praccing / 2015 for the recruitment of a consultant AUDIT SYSTEM PROTECTION DESSITES NIGELEC (TroisièmePublication)

NG-State Gov & CB TAL 2 (FY10) - P097026

 | Published February 25, 2015
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Consultancy Services For Monitoring And Evaluation Systems Reforms In Ondo State ONDO STATE PUBLIC SECTORGOVERNANCE REFORM AND DEVELOPMENT PROJECT (WORLD BANKASSISTED) IDA CREDIT NO.46670 CONTRACT AWARD PUBLICATION CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR MONITORING ANDEVALUATION SYSTEMS REFORMS IN ONDO STATE In pursuant of theprocedures set out in the World BankGuidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers (January 2011), Paragraph 2.31, on Publication on theAward ofContract, the Ondo State Public Sector Governance Reform andDevelopment Project, wish to publish the Award of Contract in respectofConsultancy Services forMonitoring and Evaluation Systems Reforms in Ondo State as follows: Scope ofContract: CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR MONITORING ANDEVALUATION SYSTEMS REFORMS IN ONDO STATE MinimumQualifying Technical Score: 75 Consultants' names ERNST AND YOUNG(NIGERIA) CROWN AGENTS (USA) IN ASSOCIATIONWITHSYNERGY INTERNATIONAL (USA) GALEXO PTY LTD (AUSTRALIA)  INASSOCIATION WITH; GALEXO FAR EAST CO. LTD (THAILAND) AND NIKATRICE LTD (NIGERIA) TECHNO BRAIN (T) LTD (TANZANIA)IN ASSOCIATION WITH  EFICON CONSULTING (UGANDA) Status: Awarded Consultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm TechnicalScore 88.6 76.9 65.8 62.1 FinancialScore 100.00 82.64 - - Combined Score 91.45 78.34 - - Criteria: Specific Experience 9.0 8.0 7.5 7.0 Work Plan& Methodology 28.1 22.8 18.2 17.9 Key Experts 42.1 34.5 28.8 28.8 Training 4.7 3.6 3.3 2.6 Local input 5.4 8.0 5.0 2.5 Price as read out NGN 22,420,000.00 USD 173,248.00 - - Final Evaluation Price (Net of Tax) NGN 22,420,000.00 USD 173,248.00 Final Negotiated Price (Inclusiveof Tax) NGN23,430,500.00 - - - Rank 1st 2nd OtherShortlisted Consultant(s)/Firm(s) Not Evaluated: Consultants' names TRANSTEC S. A (BELGIUM) INASSOCIATION WITH TRANSTEC AFRICA (NIGERIA) City/Country BELGIUM Proposal Submitted: Yes; but rejected, because proposal was submittedlate Debriefing: Any Consultant who wishes to ascertainthe grounds on whichits Expression of Interest was not successful should request for explanations in writing to the addressbelow: Project Coordinator Ondo State Public Sector Governance Reform andDevelopment Project State Project Coordinating Unit(SPCU), Ala Quarters, Akure. Ondo State. Tel:      +2348034240202; E-mail: ondopsgrdp@yahoo.com

NE - Agro-Pastoral Export Promotion Proj - P095210

PRODEX | Published July 6, 2015  -  Deadline July 22, 2015
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Recrutementd a Consultant To Study The Sub Regional Du Marche Du Du Niger Betail DECONSULTANTS SERVICE: RECRUITMENT UNCONSULTANT POURLES STUDIES IN REGIONAL MARKET OF NIGER LIVESTOCK (Nigeria, Ghana and Côted'Ivoire)

EOI - Niger - Consulting firm - Design and implementation of a national integrated procurement management information system (including a public procurement website) of the Republic of Niger - PAMOGEF

 | Published July 26, 2017
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EOI - Niger - Consulting firm - Design and implementation of a national integrated procurement management information system (including a public procurement website) of the Republic of Niger - PAMOGEF

NG:Growth & Employment - P103499

 | Published June 13, 2016
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Publication Of Results Of Bids Evaluation And Award Of Contract Project Name:           Growth andEmployment (GEM) Project, FederalMinistry of Industry,                                  Trade and Investment, Federal Secretariat, Area 1, GarkiAbuja. Country:                    Nigeria Project Number:       P103499. Publication of Results of Bids Evaluation and Award ofContract In accordancewith paragraph 2.31of the Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants byWorld Bank Borrowers: January 2011,  (Revised July 2014), Growth & Employment (GEM)Project hereby publishes the award notification in respect of the below captionedContracts. A:  Engagement of Consulting Firm forDesign and Implementation of Business Edge Training on BIG Portal  (Contract Reference No: GEM/CS/QCBS/2015/93) Scope of Contract: The assignment is to design a training offer composed of variousmodules(to be taken separately by MSMEs) and various support materials (on-line and downloadable materials, online courses andface-to-face courses). Minimum Qualifying Technical Score: 75 Consultants' names MasterMindsHRSG Consulting Ltd Wider PerspectivesLimited Kaduna BusinessSchool Patsway ConsultingLtd EnterpriseDevelopment Centre (EDC) City/Country Nigeria Nigeria Nigeria Nigeria Nigeria Status: Rejected: Consultant/Firm Reason:Have not metqualifyingmarks. Rejected: Consultant/Firm Reason:Have not metqualifyingmarks. Evaluated Consultant/Firm Rejected: Consultant/Firm Reason:Have not metqualifyingmarks. Awarded Consultant/Firm Technical Score 66.64 67.88 84.26 48.9 87.27 Financial Score Nil Nil 70.99 Nil 100.00 Combined Score Nil Nil 80.28 Nil 91.09 Criteria Specific Experience 5.6 2.1 6.5 1.6 9.30 Work Plan & Methodology 14.7 16.0 22.80 7.6 26.20 Key Experts 46.34 49.78 54.96 39.7 51.77 Price as read out Nil Nil N241,629,300.00 Nil N166,314,823.94 Final Evaluated Price Nil Nil N226,643,000.00 Nil N160,904,400.95 Final Negotiated Price - - - - N157,267,344.00 Duration 12 Months Rank 2nd 1st Debriefing: Anyconsultant that wishes to ascertain the grounds on which its firm/consortium was not    selected can obtain further explanation from Growth and Employment  (GEM) Project, Federal Ministry of Industry,Trade and Investment, Federal Secretariat Area 1, Garki, Abuja. Y. S.Labaran ProjectCoordinator

NG-Electricity and Gas Improvement - P106172

TCN - PMU | Published March 2, 2016  -  Deadline March 30, 2016
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Consultancy Services For Feasibility Studies Fortransmission Substations Projects In Nigeria PROJECT MANAGEMENT UNIT REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTANT SERVICES ? FIRMS SELECTION) NIGERIA Nigeria Electricity & Gas Improvement Project (NEGIP) Credit No: 46200UNI Assignment Title: Consultancy Services forFeasibility Studies for Transmission Substations Projects in Nigeria Reference No.: QCBS ? NGP-TC-24 EXPRESSIONS OFINTEREST TheFederal Government of Nigeria has received a credit facility from theInternational Development Association (IDA)under the World Bank towards the cost of Nigeria Electricity and Gas Improvement Project (NEGIP) and intends to apply part of theproceeds of this credit to paymentsunder the contract for the Procurement of Consultancy Services for Feasibility Studies for Transmission Substations Projects inNigeria. Theconsulting services ("the Services") includes: ·         Technical,economic, and riskanalysis ·         Tendering documents for EPC bidding process The total durationof the consultancy shall be approximately ten (10) calendar months andthe efforts level for this assignment is 80 Man-Months. The Terms of Reference (TOR) for the assignment canbe accessed at www.nepapmu.org.ng The Transmission Company of Nigeria - Project Management Unit (TCN-PMU) now invites eligibleconsulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provideinformation demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. Theshortlisting criteria are: The Consultant shall be; ·         Engineering consulting firm with extensive relevant expertise in the design and construction management ofTransmission Projects up to 330KV ·         The Consultant' experience in the previous 10 years should include design and / or supervision of at leastthree (3) Transmission Projects up to 330KV in which at least one (1) must be outside the Consultant's homecountry. ·        In a JV, each of the JV partners should bereasonably qualified to undertake the assignment The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits& Grants] by World BankGuidelines: Selection andEmployment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers January, 2011 Revised July, 2014 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank'spolicy on conflict ofinterest. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a subconsultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality & Cost Based Selection(QCBS) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours i.e. 0900 to 1700 hours. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below (in person,or by mail, or by e-mail) by 30th March, 2016. GENERAL MANAGER PMU Attention:  Engr. A.J.Ciroma Project Management Unit (PMU), 7, Hombori Street, Wuse II, Abuja 900288, NIGERIA. Tel: +234-9-8080288802 +234-9-8080288803 E-mail:phcnpmu@nepapmu.org.ng ciromaddd@yahoo.co.uk Website: www.nepapmu.org.ng

Erosion & Watershed Mgt Project - P124905

Enugu State Project Mgt Unit, Nigerian Erosion & Watershed Management Project | Published May 12, 2016  -  Deadline May 25, 2016
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Request For Expressions Of Interest( Eoi) For Consultancy For Rehabilitation Of Okwojo Ngwo Community Booster Pumpstationand Reticulation FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA ENUGU STATE MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT & MINERAL RESOURCES NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHEDMANAGEMENT PROJECT(NEWMAP) Project ID:P124905 Request for Expressions of Interest(EOI) For CONSULTANCY FOR REHABILITATION OF OKWOJO NGWO COMMUNITY BOOSTER PUMP STATION AND RETICULATION Reference No. :ENS/NEWMAP/CON/CQS/16/02 This request for expression of interestfollows the update of the general procurement notice for this project that appeared in the UN development business issue of 27thApril 2012and in Nigerian dailies of September 27, 2012. 2.0       The Federal Government of Nigeria has been granted acredit  from the International DevelopmentAssociation(IDA) towards the cost of Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP) and intends to apply part of theproceed to procure CONSULTANCY FOR REHABILITATION OF OKWOJO NGWOCOMMUNITY BOOSTER PUMP STATION AND RETICULATION 3.0 Background: The Government of Enugu state intends toimplement the multi -sectorial Nigerian Erosion & Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP), which is financed by the World Bank,Global Environment Facility, the Special Climate Change Fund, and the Government of Nigeria. NEWMAP finances activities implementedby states and activities implemented by the Federal Government. The project currently includes 7 states, namely; Anambra, Abia,Cross River, Edo, Enugu, Ebonyi, and Imo. The development objective of NEWMAP is to rehabilitate degraded lands and reduce longterm erosion vulnerability in targeted areas in Enugu state. NEWMAP activities involve medium-sized civil works such asconstruction ofinfrastructure and/ or stabilization or rehabilitation in and around the gullies themselves, as well as small worksin the small watershed where gullies form and expand 4.0  LOCATION The booster pump station is located within Emeama-Ngwo Community in Enugu North LGA withgeographical co-ordinates of 6o 26 15"N, latitude and 7o 26I 19' E longitude.  It is about 10km North of Enugu Urban, the Capital of Enugu State.  The community has a population of about 10,000people. 5.0 OBJECTIVE OF THE ASSIGNMENT Enugu State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (EN-NEWMAP), the implementing agency in the State inconjunction with Enugu State Water Corporation has the responsibility of hiring a consultant who will producea detailed feasibilitystudy report and Engineering design on the buster pump station and Water Reticulation networks with the estimated cost of theproject.  Therefore, the purpose of this consultancy services is toselect a qualified Consultant firm who will be required to carry outdesign and supervision works for the re-development andrehabilitation of the Water Works in line with the produced and approved drawings and specifications. 6.0       SCOPE OFSERVICES PHASEI: -CONSULTANCY FOR DESIGN OF REHABILITATION     WORKS: The consultant firm would carry out detailedfeasibility studies, surveys and produce technical reports (Specifications) and all necessary working drawings and Bill ofEngineering Measurement and Evaluation (BEME). PHASEII: SUPERVISION OF REHABILITATION WORKS Whenthe bidding process has been successfullyconcluded and a contract awarded and signed, the consultant will supervise therehabilitation works at the water scheme site to the satisfaction of the client. To ensure that high quality rehabilitation with detailed supervision is achieved and to ensure that allassociated works are carried out in full compliance with the engineering design, working drawings, bill of quantities, technicalspecification and other contract documents.The Consultancy will also include the supervision of the water reticulation network(s)which in its objective is to ensure that the host communities Okwojo-Agbaja Ngwo benefit in the Water Scheme network.  The consultant will supervise thenetwork development at the site to the satisfaction of the client.  To ensure that high quality water reticulation network with detailed supervision is achieved and to ensure that allassociated works are carried out in full compliance with the engineering design, working drawings, bill of quantities, technicalspecifications and other contract documents. 7.0       REPORTINGOBLIGATION In all aspects of thisassignment, the  consultantwill report to the SPMU and also work closely with theproject engineer. 7.1       InceptionReport The Consultant shall producean Inception report  including preliminary surveys and reports 7.2        Draft Final Report The Consultant shall produce a draft FinalReport. . 7.3       Final Reportand Engineering Drawing The Consultant shall produce a Final Reportincorporating the final engineering drawings, specifications, Bill of Engineering Measurements and Evaluation (BEME) and WorkProgramme. 8.0      Qualifications and Experience of Consultant: A lead civil/hydraulic engineer of not less than 20 years practical experience in water resource development and distribution service witha minimum of Master Degree and a Ph. D will be an addedadvantage. The consulting firm should also engage the services of a Mechanical Engineer of not lessthan 10 years experienceand alsoan ElectricalEngineer and a surveyorof similar years of experiences.Membership of relevant Professional Bodies byproposed staff will be an added advantage. 9.0       REMUNERATION The Remuneration of the consultant is attractive and commensurate with those offered byInternational bodies for similar assignments 10.0     CLIENT'S OBLIGATION (i)                 The client is to providethe following facilities: Relevant available published information (ii)               Organize inception meetingbetween stakeholders 11.0     CONDUCT OF THECONSULTANT i.            The Consultant will, at all times, be expected to carry out the assignment with the highest degree ofprofessionalism and integrity. The Consultant will be expected to conduct his duties in an open and transparent manner. ii.            The Consultant will not, under any circumstance, take any actions or beseen to be taking any actions, whichmay hinder or prevent the NEWMAPfrom executing this assignment. iii.            The Consultant will study all NEWMAP guidelines and policies, and will be expectedto ensure that theassignment is concluded with the strictest adherence to all such policies and regulations. iv.            The Consultant will not, under any circumstances, take any material decision pertinent to this assignmentwithout the express permission and written consent of an authorized representative of the NEWMAP. v.            The Consultant will not, under any circumstances, discuss, divulge or use any information regarding thisassignment or any other transaction conducted as part of the FGN's Program, without the express written permission of an authorizedrepresentative of NEWMAP 12.0     DURATION OFSERVICE This service is for an estimated contract period of 5 weeks. Prospective Firms are requested to propose their detailedschedule which includes logically organized flow diagram describing key milestones and process. 13.0      Submission of Expression of Interest: Nigeria Erosion and Watershed ManagementProject (NEWMAP) now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the services.Interested consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experienceto perform the services. The shortlisting criteria are: (i) Evidenceshowing that the firm is a legal entity (ii) Evidence showing the fields of specialty of the firm (iii) General experience of thefirm(s) in Consulting Servicesrelating to Water/Hydraulics Engineering in the last 10 years .(iv) Experience of working in asimilar geographical region (v) Availabilityof professional key staff with suitable Qualifications in the field of assignment(vi)Evidence of registration with relevant authorities and professional bodies (vii) Evidence showing the technical and managerialcapabilities of the firm in the field of assignment (viii) Brief description ( not more than 2 pages) of the proposed Methodologyof carrying out the scope of  services. The attention of interested consultants(firm) is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines :Selection and Employment ofConsultants[under IBRD Loans andIDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers[January2011]("ConsultantGuidelines")Please visit www.worldbank.org, setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Inaddition, please refer to the following specific information on conflict of interestrelated to this assignment on information onconflict of interest related to the assignment as per paragraph 1.9 of Consultant Guidelines. A Consultant will be selected in accordancewith the ConsultancyQualification Selection (CQS) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information from Enugu state projectmanagement unit, Nigerian erosion and watershed management project (NEWMAP) at the address given below from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm,Monday to Friday. This notice for Expression of Interest expires at 4.00 pm on May 25,2016 and accepting of EOIs will cease.TWOWEEKS from the date of publication. Expression of Interest must be delivered in awritten form to the address below (in person or by mail[Courier]) on or before 4.00 pm on May 25,2016.It shall be theresponsibility of consultants who send EOIs by electronic mail to also send in the hard copies before expiration of the notice forExpression of Interest. Enugu State Project Management Unit (SPMU), Nigerian Erosion & Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP), Attention: Mrs. Lechukwu A.Uju House 73, Coal City Garden Estate Club Road, G.R.A, Enugu Tele: 08037391561 E-mail:enugunewmap@gmail.com

NG-RAMP PHASE 2 - P095003

 | Published November 19, 2014
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Supervision Of The Rehabilitation/construction Of Rural Roads And Prioritized River Crossings In Osun State, Including 3 Years? Labour-based Maintenance Of The Rehabilitated Roads FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA OSUN STATE SECOND RURAL ACCESS AND MOBILITY PROJECT (RAMP-2) SUPERVISION OF THE REHABILITATION/CONSTRUCTION OFRURAL ROADS AND PRIORITIZED RIVER CROSSINGS IN OSUN STATE, INCLUDING 3 YEARS' LABOUR-BASED MAINTENANCE OF THE REHABILITATEDROADS Contract No :OS/RAMP/CST/QCBS/14/2 Duration : Fifty-Six (56)Months Method of Selection :  QCBS Project ID : P095003 CREDIT NO:51540 Date of Contract Signature:29th October, 2014 Scope of Contract: The objectives of the consulting services are: (i)      To reviewthe design of the Works and comment on any issues, deficiencies, or improvements that, in the opinion of the consultant, need to beaddressed to ensure a successful completion of the projects. (ii)    Toratifythe Contractors' work plans for the execution of contracts including the corresponding pre-construction activities in such a way toavoid slippages, delays by the contractor and to monitor and suggest to the Employer remedial advance actions to speed up works andavoid delays; (iii)    To ensure high quality construction with full compliance to Engineering Designsand Drawings, Technical Specifications and other Contract Documents within thespecified timeschedule (iv)     To monitor the Pre-constructionactivities (v)    To ensureproper programming, recording, measurement and accounting of the works by appropriate management andmeasurement techniques and reporting; (vi)   To prepareand issue valuations and payment certificates as at when due and inline with the terms of the contract; (vii) To preparemonthly and quarterly progress reports and final construction report and compile a full set of as built drawings of all completedworks; (viii)To ensure safety during construction and adherence to all Environment Management measures prescribed under theContract and the Environmental Management Plan, and ensure the Resettlement Action Plan is fully implemented ahead of construction; (ix)   To supervise any remedial works carried out during the defects liability period. Assign personnel to carry outintermediate and final inspection and preparation and issuance of final completion certificate; (x)     To carry out monthly checks and measurement of the labour-based routinemaintenance of the Works over the 3year period following completion of construction. Thescope of the assignment will therefore involve develop proper understanding of the project design and drawings. Within the first two months of services, theSupervision consultant shall review the Engineering Reports;Environmental Management Plans (EMPs), and the Resettlement ActionPlans (RAPs) including sequence of implementation of EMP and RAP measures etc., and shall provide the Employer with any recommendedcorrectivemeasures. Minimum Qualifying TechnicalScore: 70 Points Consultants' Names OBA ConsultLimited Yaroson PartnershipLimited Nicholas O'Dwyer ConsultingEngineers SAI Consulting Engineers PvtLimited Sanol Engineering ConsultantsLimited City/Country Nigeria Nigeria Ireland India Nigeria Status: Awarded Consultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm TechnicalScore 94.36 92.60 89.76 86.68 84.60 Weighted Technical Score 75.49 74.08 71.81 69.34 67.68 Financial Score 75.49 6.99 9.27 5.13 20.00 Combined Score 92.09 81.07 81.08 74.47 87.68 Criteria (score) (score) (score) (score) (score) Specific Experience 10.0 10.0 10.00 10.00 7.00 Adequacy of Proposed Methodology 17.0 16.10 16.66 11.00 15.08 Key Experts 58.16 57.70 57.50 56.78 55.52 Transfer of Knowledge 4.20 3.80 0.60 3.90 2.00 Participation by Nationals among key staff 5.0 5.0 5.00 5.00 5.00 Total 94.36 92.60 89.76 86.68 84.60 Price as read out N139,798,873.61 N332,107,355.42 N250,388,000.00 $2,907,824.00 N452,893,588.00 N116,065,950.00 Final Evaluation Price N139,798,873.61 N332,107,355.42 N250,388,000.00 $2,907,824.00 N452,893,588.00 N116,065,950.00 Final Negotiated Price N139,798,873.61 NA NA NA NA Rank 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Other ShortlistedConsultant(s)/Firm(s) (these will be all that "Proposal submitted=no") Consultants' names SAFEGE City/Country France Proposal Submitted: NO Debriefing:Any Consultant who wishes to ascertain the grounds on which itsProposal was not selected, should request an explanation in writing from the State Project Coordinator, State ProjectImplementation Unit (SPIU) Osun Rural Access and Mobility Project, Old Government Press Building, testing ground area, Osogbo. OsunState. **The requesting Consultant shall bear all the costs of attendingto such a debriefing.

Competitiveness & Growth Support - P127204

Projet d Appui a la Competitivite et a la Croissance | Published May 25, 2015  -  Deadline June 8, 2015
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Individual Consultant Recruitment International Level To Study Of Walking In The Abattoir Refrigerating Maradi Ministry of Planning, Territory and del'Aménagement DéveloppementCommunautaire Implementation Unit Investment Directorate General duProjet IDA Credit 5132 - DO SERVICE CONSULTANTS: Recruitment of ConsultantIndividuel International level for the abattoirfrigorifique market study MARADI (AFRIM)

Competitiveness & Growth Support - P127204

PROJET D APPUI A LA COMPETITIVITE ET A LA CROISSANCE | Published May 9, 2016  -  Deadline May 26, 2016
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D A recruitment consultant / firm Charge Of The Development Of Action Plan D In View Of The Promotion Of The Woman Of Inthe Sector Extractive Industries Ministry Directorate Duplan Généraledes Investment Project Unitéd'Exécution CréditIDA 5132 - NE SERVICE DECONSULTANTS: Recruitment of unConsultant / firmechargé the development of the action Plan for the Promotion of Femmedans the extractive sector

EOI - Niger - Services de consultant (Firme) - Contrôle permanent et suivi des travaux de construction d’un lycée technologique à Diffa - PADE/FPT

 | Published February 23, 2016
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