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EOI - South Sudan - Individual Consultant - Commissioner General for National Revenue Authority - Non-Oil revenue mobilization and accountability in South Sudan - NORMA-SS

 | Published May 5, 2017
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EOI - South Sudan - Individual Consultant - Commissioner General for National Revenue Authority - Non-Oil revenue mobilization and accountability in South Sudan - NORMA-SS

EOI – Sudan - Individual Consultant - Analyse the Household Survey Data

 | Published July 27, 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

EOI – Sudan - Individual Consultant - Public Financial Management Specialist – PFMMCBP - 08 2015

 | Published August 28, 2015
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1 REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (Public Financial Management Specialist – Individual Consultant) Republic of Sudan Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning The Public Financial and Macroeconomic Management Capacity Building Project (PFMMCBP) 1. The Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning (MoFEP) has received a grant from the African Development Bank toward the cost of the Public Financial and Macroeconomic Management Capacity Building Project (PFMMCBP), and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this grant to payments under the contract for Public Financial Management Specialist. 2. The PFM Specialist will provide support to the PIU, project technical teams, and project beneficiaries in the implementation of the project components in the areas Public Financial Management, Integrated Financial Management Information System (IFMIS), Macroeconomic Management, Debt Management and fiscal Policies through the tasks stated in the TOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 2.1. Robust strategic and technical advice to PIU, project technical teams, and project beneficiaries on public financial management with a focus on IFMIS process, budgeting, taxation and customs; through the following:  Design and implementation, monitoring and evaluation and reporting of all Public Financial Management, Transparency and Accountability activities and issues;  Enhance capacities in areas of public Financial management ,macroeconomic,and operational policies to ensure effective delivery of results;  Enhance capacities in areas of budget preparation based on Medium- Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF), and develop technical training and knowledge products requirements.  Design and propose the required training programs in the area of public financel and IFMIS is- sues based of the need assessment results.  Provide technical advice to MoFEP through the PIU on how to improve the development and implementation of budgets as a prerequisite for IFMIS process implementation.  Contribute to the improvement of the government budgeting, public financial management, and transparency in public procurement; improve revenue performance, and public expenditure con- trol. Contribute to the development of project annual work plans and advise on timely corrective actions for proper project delivery;  Identify and synthesize best international and regional practices and lessons learned and link them directly to the PFM project objective and activities;  Attend and participate in project meetings and give input to financial related matters; 2.2 REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE: Education:  Master’s degree in Finance or Economics or another relevant field  CIPFA/CPFO/ CPFA Certification is preferable  Training in relevant fields (public financial management, budgeting, macroeconomic policies) is preferable. Experience: 2  Minimum of 7 years experience in technical assistance in Macroeconomics and Public Finan- cial Management is required;  Experience in taxation, customs and budget processes will be a distinct advantage;  Working experience in Sudan will be an asset and/or elsewhere in Africa will be advantageous.  Should have a good understanding of Government budgeting and accounting systems. Other experience could be added advantage.  Experience in donor funded projects is preferable;  Knowledge of ERPs systems is essential, having technical or practical experience is advanta- geous 3. The PFMMCBP now invites eligible Individual Consultants to indicate their interest for the consultancy service described above. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (C.Vs, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills, etc.). 4. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by 17 September 2015 at 3:00 pm (Khartoum local time) and mention “PFM Specialist”. Attn: Project Manager The Public Financial and Macroeconomic Management Capacity Building Project/ Ministry of Finance andl Economic Planning Elbaraka Tower, 11th floor, ElzubirBasha St Khartoum-Sudan/ Fax: (+249)183773609 Office Phone :( +249)183799463 / 183799462 pfm@pfm.sdmail.-E Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews and any form of canvassing shall lead to automatic disqualification.

EOI – Multinational (Uganda and South-Sudan) - Nyimur Multipurpose Water Resources Development Project – Individual Medium-term Consultant

 | Published August 22, 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

SS-Local Governance&Service Delivery - P127079

 | Published January 23, 2015
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Consultancy Services For The Provision Of Technical Assistant (ta) For Institutional Strengthening Of Local Governments The Republic of South Sudan Ministry of Finance and EconomicPlanning Contract Awarded Notice by QCBS Name of Project: Local Governance and Service Delivery Project, SouthSudan Project ID: P127079 IDA Credit  No:  5213-SD Contract Reference No:MOFEP/LGSD/PMU/CS/3.3/14 Contract description: Consultancy servicesfor the provision of TechnicalAssistant (TA) for Institutional Strengthening of Local Governments Scope ofcontract: In line with the terms of referenceoutlined in the request for proposals for the consultancy services, the consultantsare required to build the capacity of local governmentsto effectively perform their responsibilities in the planning, budgeting,procurement, implementation and oversight of local development activities Duration : 33 months Contract signature date: November 26, 2014 Consultants' names COWATER InternationalInc VNG International (lead firm) in joint venture with Ecorys and inassociation with theSudd Institute (sub-consultant) and Skills for South Sudan (sub-consultant) Ernst & Young (leadpartner) in Consortium with Particip GmbH (Sub-consultant) and Africa Project Coordinating Agency (APCA)(sub-consultant) City/Country Canada Netherlands/South Sudan Kenya/Germany Status: Awarded Consultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm Criteria SpecificExperience 4.00 5.00 5.00 ProposedMethodology and Work Plan 31.00 23.88 21.25 KeyExperts 43.15 44.68 41.75 Transferof knowledge 9.00 7.38 4.75 Technical Score 87.15 80.93 72.75 FinancialScore 18.15 20.00 Weighted Combined Score 87.87 84.75 Rank 1 2 The firm did not meet the minimum technical Score Price as readout US$ 13,365,024.00 US$ 12,131,577.00 Final EvaluationPrice US$ 13,365,024.00 US$ 12,131,577.00 Final Negotiated Price US$ 13,365,024.00

National Consultant to Support to Public Administration Project – IGAD Regional Initiative for Capacity Enhancement in South Sudan - Phase II

Country Office - SOUTH SUDAN | Published June 30, 2017  -  Deadline July 14, 2017
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The Support to Public Administration Project – IGAD Regional Initiative for Capacity Enhancement in South Sudan- Phase II was designed in line with the 2012-2016 South Sudan Development Plan (SSDP) and the annexed Medium-Term Capacity Development Strategy (MTCDS), the Support Public Administration Project aims to support South Sudan in building its civil service capacity for equitable, responsive, and accountable service delivery. It aims to address the three levels of capacity: enabling environment (policy, legal, regulatory and institutional); organizational level (work procedures and operational arrangements); and individual (skills development) levels. The project is funded by the Government of Norway. Three IGAD countries; Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda contributes experience civil servants who spend two years in South Sudan government institutions.The SSDP provided a framework for achieving critical development outcomes related to Governance, Economic Development, Social and Human Development and Conflict Prevention and Security. Recognizing that the human and institutional gaps are major obstacles to rapid progress, the MTCDS provides a basis for capacitating the new state to deliver on the national development objectives. Essentially, the SSDP and the annexed MTCDS reaffirm the commitment of the government to create a professional, accountable, transparent and responsive civil service. The Support Public Administration Project was, therefore, designed to directly support SSDP priorities related to an improved civil service.The Support Public Administration Project was, until December 2015 aligned with the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) outcome “Core governance and civil service functions are established and operational”, and now to the Interim Cooperation Framework (ICF) outcome “Peace and Governance Strengthened”. The implementation of this outcome is further elaborated in the UNDP Country Programme Document (CPD), Country Programme Action Plan (CPAP) – until June 2016, and Annual Work Plans (AWP).This initiative also resonates with UN General Assembly Resolution on Civilian Capacity in the Aftermath of Conflict; which advocates for civilian capacity reform through regional capacity initiatives by Member States. It notes the importance of drawing on relevant expertise in the development of initiatives to support national capacities when supporting countries emerging from conflict. In his report, after the resolution, the UN Secretary General stressed the urgent need for timely and effective civilian capacities in situations of violence and upheaval. He highlighted the importance of South-South and triangular cooperation in developing national capacities and mobilizing resources for institution building. The Secretary-General noted the Support Public Administration Project as a model partnership in the global South complemented by triangular funding from donor countries (Norway). The RSS/IGAD Initiative promotes the use of regional expertise through the deployment of CSSOs from member countries to support capacity building and reform in South Sudan.The Support Public Administration Project is in line with the ‘New Deal’ advocated by the Group of 7+, championing national ownership for sustainable peace and development in fragile states. It supports inclusive, country-owned and country-led transitions, while recognizing that ‘transitioning out of fragility was a lengthy political process that required country leadership and ownership.South Sudan government institutions are expected to perform core governance functions to foster sustainable peace and facilitate recovery out of fragility. State-building experiences from post conflict countries attest that this cannot be done without a capable and accountable civil service. In this regard, the Support Public Administration Project echoes the ‘New Deal’ by supporting South Sudan’s transition from fragility through civil service capacity building.

National Consultant Protected Area Network Management and Building Capacity in Post-Conflict Southern Sudan Terminal Evaluation Two (2) Positions

Country Office - SOUTH SUDAN | Published July 3, 2017  -  Deadline July 17, 2017
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South Sudan contains one of the largest untouched savanna and woodland ecosystems remaining in Africa as well as the Sudd, the largest wetland in Africa, of inestimable value to the flow of the River Nile. The 2007-2010 aerial surveys conducted by the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and the Ministry of Wildlife Conservation and Tourism of the Government of Southern Sudan revealed:One of the largest, intact antelope migrations in the world comprising 1.2 million White-eared kob, Mongalla gazelle and tiang, which rivals the world-famous Serengeti wildebeest migrationAround 4,000 elephants and viable populations of other large bodied species such as giraffe, buffalo and the endemic Nile lechweLarge carnivore species such as lion, leopard, cheetah and wild dog still existHowever, species have been decimated by poaching during the civil war (e.g. zebra, hartebeest and buffalo) and are at risk of local extirpation unless effective protection can be quickly mobilized.Rhino have not been detected but local reports suggest that there may still be hope that this species persists.These valuable national and global assets are threatened by escalating commercial poaching linked to the proliferation of firearms, conflict-linked displacements, competition for scarce natural resources (graze and water) and the presence of extractive industries exploring for oil and other valuable minerals. the root causes of those threats and the barriers to a long-term solution were described in the project document. These can be briefly summarised as including the following threats and root causes: i) a lack of integration of conservation in development planning; ii) conflict over natural resources; and iii) direct pressures on natural resources, including killings of wildlife In the face of these threats, protected areas provide the cornerstone for a broader strategy embedding conservation in the landscape. There are currently six national parks and 13 game reserves legally created in South Sudan, covering 11.1% of the land area (90,755 km²), but the limited protected area human, physical, institutional and systemic infrastructure was largely destroyed during the civil war. Moreover, most of these protected areas, while created on paper, never underwent a consultation process with local stakeholders and protected area boundaries were never demarcated. Other constraints preventing the effective management of protected areas are inadequate enabling policy and capacity for wildlife management at the operational and administrative levels.The ideal, long term solution for protected areas management in Southern Sudan would be “An ecologically representative and connected network of protected areas, subject to efficient management arrangements for the situation of Southern Sudan and adequately financed through multiple sources”. This proposes of the Protected Area Network Management and Building Capacity in Post-Conflict Southern Sudan project to contribute to the ideal long term solution by laying the foundations for effective protected areas management firstly, reassessing the present protected area estate to ensure the identification of key migratory routes and wildlife corridors within the protected area network and secondly, building the capacity of the Ministry of Wildlife Conservation and Tourism to effectively manage and sustainably develop Southern Sudan’s key protected areas. To achieve this, the project will undertake a range of activities to deliver the following three outcomes:Capacity for protected area management strengthenedManagement of four key protected areas improved (i.e. Southern, Bandingalo and Boma National Parks and Zeraf Reserve)Sustainable financing of protected areas designed and enhanced.The expected benefits of the project are the expansion of the protected area network of Southern Sudan by 350,000 ha and 6,800,000 ha of PA under improved management. Specifically, this will mean:Improving the overall protected area institutional capacity, from a baseline of 42, 39, 32 % to 52, 50, 43 % for institutional, systemic and individual capacity scores respectivelyIncreasing management effectiveness at the protected area level, from a management effectiveness tracking tools baseline of 25% to greater than 40% at Bandigalo, Southern and Zeraf and from 41% to greater than 50% at Boma and aligning the protected areas to IUCN category II and VIIncreasing the financial sustainability of the protected area network, from a financial sustainability baseline score of 5% to 20%.In the long-term, poaching and illegal use of wildlife will be contained and gradually reduced as protected area management becomes more effective; community wildlife partnerships will reduce pressures and increase awareness. Moreover, implementation of the Convention of Biological Diversity objectives will be realized through the creation, enlargement and management of protected areas, the involvement of rural communities, the sustainable use of natural resources and the integration of wildlife into land-use planning and development.

Statistical Capacity Building Project - P144139

National Bureau of Statistics | Published February 5, 2016  -  Deadline February 22, 2016
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Integrated Business Survey Consultant SOUTH SUDAN ?NATIONAL STRATEGY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OFSTATISTICS (NSDS) STATISTICAL CAPACITY BUILDING PROJECT/PREPARATION ACTIVITIES Requestfor Expression of Interest (REOI) For Integrated Business Survey Consultant Country:                   REPUBLIC OF SOUTH SUDAN Name of Project:      SOUTH SUDAN ?STATISTICALCAPACITY BUILDING PROJECT CreditNo.:                5537-SS ProjectNo.:                P144139 ProcurementSSSTACAP/IC- 4.3/2016 February 2016 This Request for Expressions of Interest follows the general procurementnotice for this project that appeared in UNDB on 3rd July, 2014, 2014 and The Citizen on 3rd July,2014 and The Juba Monitor on4th July 2014. The Government of the Republic of South Sudan (GRSS) has received a credit from the International Development Association(IDA) for the Proposed South Sudan National Strategy for the Development of Statistics (NSDS): Statistical Capacity BuildingProject,and intends to apply part of the proceeds towards the cost of the Integrated Business Surveyconsultancy service. The assignment will last for a period of 4 Months with an option forextension subject to satisfactory performance expected to start March 2016. The consultant shall be in charge of all matters as detailed in the Termsof Reference (TOR)that are stated under the scope of the assignment below. 1.      Objective of the Assignment To review the Businessquestionnaire design andthe sampling.To provide technical advice andtechnical support on the survey organization and  implementation including dataanalysis and reporting 2.     Scope ofService The Consultant will work closely collaborationwith the NBS Department of Economic Statistics, MDAs and NCT. The consultant will perform but not limited to the followingactivities; a)      Questionnaire design, theconsultant will review the 2010 questionnaire and draft basedon this the new questionnaire for2016; b)      Support the survey piloting andtest of the questionnaires c)      Developed the survey samples and field work planning including the number ofenumerators; d)     Provided all the technical support during theplanning, organization and conduct of the survey including the dataanalysis, tabulation and report writing; e)      Draft a concept note describing the objectives, sample, questionnaire, implementation plan etc of thesurvey. 3.     Selection Criteria: The candidate shouldhave following qualificationsand experience: (a)    Holds a Master  orBachelor degree in Statistics, Mathematics or other a relevant discipline; (b)   Have at least 5 years of relevant experiences in statistical capacity, with experience in surveymethodology, survey operations and statistical standards, (c)   Must have lead a team of statisticians in conducting similar survey or any other nationalsurvey, (d)   Must have work previously in South Sudan or Eastern Africa Countries, (e)   Must have data analysis experience using the current modern statisticalsoftware (f)   Good in building capacity and knowledge transfer. (g)   Excellent command inwritten and spoken English The NCT of the National Bureau of Statistics would therefore like toinvite eligible individual applicants to indicate their interest in providing the above mentioned services. Applicants areencouraged to provide informationindicating that they are qualified to perform the services require, and must furnish theirCurriculum Vitae (CV) in accordance to the WorldBank Cv submission format to  (atembul@yahoo.com). The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants underIBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers dated January 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth theWorld Bank's Policy on conflict of interest A Consultant willbe selected in accordance with the procedures set out in the World Bank'sGuidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants underIBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grantsby World Bank Borrowers dated January2011. Interested Consultants may obtain further information at the addressgiven below from9:00 to 16:00 Hrs on the working days. (Monday through Friday) Expression of interest (EOI) must be delivered to the address belowby 22nd February, 2016 at 14:00 Juba time. ADDRESS: NSDS Coordination Team-NCT, National Bureau ofStatistics Attention: Mr. Atem Bul NSDS Coordinator, May Street, Juba P.O.Box 137 Tel: +211 956055890, E-mail:  atembul@yahoo.com Juba, South Sudan

Statistical Capacity Building Project - P144139

National Bureau of Statistics/NSDS | Published April 12, 2016  -  Deadline April 21, 2016
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Consulting Firm To Conduct Crisis Recovery Survey Fieldwork In Idp Camps SOUTH SUDAN ?NATIONAL STRATEGY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OFSTATISTICS (NSDS) STATISTICAL CAPACITY BUILDING PROJECT/PREPARATION ACTIVITIES Request for Expression of Interest (REOI) For Consulting firm to conduct Crisis RecoverySurvey fieldwork in IDP camps Country:                   REPUBLIC OF SOUTHSUDAN Name of Project:      SOUTH SUDAN ?STATISTICALCAPACITY BUILDING PROJECT Credit No.:                5537-SS Project No.:               P144139 ProcurementSSSTACAP/CQS 4.4/2016 April 2016 This Request for Expressions of Interest follows the general procurementnotice for this project that appeared in UNDB on 3rd July, 2014, 2014and The Citizen on 3rd July,2014 and The Juba Monitor on 4th July 2014. The Government of the Republic of South Sudan (GRSS) has receiveda credit from the International Development Association (IDA)for the Proposed South Sudan National Strategy for the DevelopmentofStatistics (NSDS): Statistical Capacity Building Project, and intendsto apply part of the proceeds towards the cost of theCrisis Recovery Surveyconsultancy service. The assignment will last for a period of 4 months, expected to start May2016 and with an option for extension subject to the requirements of the project and satisfactoryperformance. The consultant shallbe in charge of all matters as detailed in the Termsof Reference (ToR) that are stated under the scope of the assignment below. 1.      Objective of the Assignment [ A statistically representative Crisis Recovery Survey will be conductedby the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) to assess the economic needs of IDPs living in camps. The Crisis Recovery Survey(including recruitment and training) will run from May 2016 through August 2016 and will cover a number of selected IDP camps,including but not limited to Protection of Civilians (PoC) sites. The objective of theassignment will be to manage the implementation ofthe survey in the field, to recruit and monitor the survey teams, and to provide field reports as required. 2.     Scope ofService The Consultant will work in close collaborationwith the National Bureau of Statistics. The consultant will perform the following activities (further details in theToR): a.                  Torecruit qualified survey enumerators and team supervisors in selected IDP camps b.                  To obtain permissions fromUN and other required organizations to access the camps c.                  Toco-facilitate with NBS and the World Bank the training of enumerators and supervisors in Juba d.                  To manage the implementationof a CAPI survey in selected IDPcamps, including coordination, security management, listing, interviewing, data submission, andquality control e.                  Toprovide field reports as required 3.     Qualifications andExperience a.       The Consultant must demonstrateextensive experience in CAPI household survey implementation in conflict environments, as well as strong technical expertise inthis field. b.      The firm's staff having overallresponsibility for the survey must hold a Master's degree in Statistics, Mathematics, Economics or other relevantdiscipline; abachelor's degree with relevant experience may be considered equivalent. c.       The Consultant must be willingto work in the selected IDPs Camps including PoC sites, and must be able to recruit and retain staff that will have freedom ofmovement in the camps and be accepted by the communities there. d.      The Consultant should have field workexperience in South Sudan and be ableto obtain required permissions to carry out the field work. e.       The Consultant will need todemonstrate an interest in the research topic and a strong motivation to push the project forward to its completion whilemaintaining a focus on quality. 4.     TimeFrame The overall assignment is expected to last fornot more than four (4)months from the date of signing of the contract. The time framework for the proposed assignment is expectedto commence May/June 2016 through August/September 2016. 5.     ApplicationProcedure Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub consultancy toenhance their qualifications. The nature of association, whether it is a joint venture or a sub consultancy, should clearly bestated. In case of joint venture the firm leading the joint venture should be mentioned. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Consultants Qualification based Selection method(CQS) set out in the Selectionand Employment of Consultants Guidelines. A consultant will be selected in accordance with the procedures set out in the Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans andIDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers dated January 2011. The deadline for the receipt of Expression of Interest is April 21, 2016; 16:00 Juba time (04:00 pm).Expressions of interest must be in a written form delivered (in person, or by mail, or by e-mail) to the addressbelow. NSDS Coordination Team-NCT National Bureau ofStatistics Attention: Mr. Atem Bul, NSDS Coordinator, Ministries Street,Juba P.O. box 137 Tel: +211 956055890 E-mail:  atembul@yahoo.com Juba, South Sudan

73237 - Team leader: International Consultant Protected Area Network Management and Building Capacity in Post-Conflict Southern Sudan Terminal Evaluation - Juba and Field Locations, SOUTH SUDAN

Country Office - SOUTH SUDAN | Published July 3, 2017  -  Deadline July 17, 2017
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South Sudan contains one of the largest untouched savanna and woodland ecosystems remaining in Africa as well as the Sudd, the largest wetland in Africa, of inestimable value to the flow of the River Nile. The 2007-2010 aerial surveys conducted by the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and the Ministry of Wildlife Conservation and Tourism of the Government of Southern Sudan revealed:One of the largest, intact antelope migrations in the world comprising 1.2 million White-eared kob, Mongalla gazelle and tiang, which rivals the world-famous Serengeti wildebeest migrationAround 4,000 elephants and viable populations of other large bodied species such as giraffe, buffalo and the endemic Nile lechweLarge carnivore species such as lion, leopard, cheetah and wild dog still existHowever, species have been decimated by poaching during the civil war (e.g. zebra, hartebeest and buffalo) and are at risk of local extirpation unless effective protection can be quickly mobilized.Rhino have not been detected but local reports suggest that there may still be hope that this species persists.These valuable national and global assets are threatened by escalating commercial poaching linked to the proliferation of firearms, conflict-linked displacements, competition for scarce natural resources (graze and water) and the presence of extractive industries exploring for oil and other valuable minerals. the root causes of those threats and the barriers to a long-term solution were described in the project document. These can be briefly summarised as including the following threats and root causes: i) a lack of integration of conservation in development planning; ii) conflict over natural resources; and iii) direct pressures on natural resources, including killings of wildlife In the face of these threats, protected areas provide the cornerstone for a broader strategy embedding conservation in the landscape. There are currently six national parks and 13 game reserves legally created in South Sudan, covering 11.1% of the land area (90,755 km²), but the limited protected area human, physical, institutional and systemic infrastructure was largely destroyed during the civil war. Moreover, most of these protected areas, while created on paper, never underwent a consultation process with local stakeholders and protected area boundaries were never demarcated. Other constraints preventing the effective management of protected areas are inadequate enabling policy and capacity for wildlife management at the operational and administrative levels.The ideal, long term solution for protected areas management in Southern Sudan would be “An ecologically representative and connected network of protected areas, subject to efficient management arrangements for the situation of Southern Sudan and adequately financed through multiple sources”. This proposes of the Protected Area Network Management and Building Capacity in Post-Conflict Southern Sudan project to contribute to the ideal long term solution by laying the foundations for effective protected areas management firstly, reassessing the present protected area estate to ensure the identification of key migratory routes and wildlife corridors within the protected area network and secondly, building the capacity of the Ministry of Wildlife Conservation and Tourism to effectively manage and sustainably develop Southern Sudan’s key protected areas. To achieve this, the project will undertake a range of activities to deliver the following three outcomes:Capacity for protected area management strengthenedManagement of four key protected areas improved (i.e. Southern, Bandingalo and Boma National Parks and Zeraf Reserve)Sustainable financing of protected areas designed and enhanced.The expected benefits of the project are the expansion of the protected area network of Southern Sudan by 350,000 ha and 6,800,000 ha of PA under improved management. Specifically, this will mean:Improving the overall protected area institutional capacity, from a baseline of 42, 39, 32 % to 52, 50, 43 % for institutional, systemic and individual capacity scores respectivelyIncreasing management effectiveness at the protected area level, from a management effectiveness tracking tools baseline of 25% to greater than 40% at Bandigalo, Southern and Zeraf and from 41% to greater than 50% at Boma and aligning the protected areas to IUCN category II and VIIncreasing the financial sustainability of the protected area network, from a financial sustainability baseline score of 5% to 20%.In the long-term, poaching and illegal use of wildlife will be contained and gradually reduced as protected area management becomes more effective; community wildlife partnerships will reduce pressures and increase awareness. Moreover, implementation of the Convention of Biological Diversity objectives will be realized through the creation, enlargement and management of protected areas, the involvement of rural communities, the sustainable use of natural resources and the integration of wildlife into land-use planning and development.

SS-nstitutional Dev & Cap Bldg Project - P143975

Ministry of Labour, Public Service and Human Resource Development | Published October 2, 2015  -  Deadline October 16, 2015
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Request For Applications To Review And Update Selection And Recruitment Manual And Civil Service Recruitment Boardregulations Government of the Republic of South Sudan Ministry of Labour, Public Service and Human Resource Development SOUTH SUDAN INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT & CAPACITYBUILDING PROJECT REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS TO REVIEW AND UPDATE SELECTION ANDRECRUITMENT MANUAL AND CIVIL SERVICE RECRUITMMENT BOARD REGULATIONS Post Title:                   Human Resource Consultant Name of Project: Institutional Development and CapacityBuilding Project Duty Station: Juba Credit No: Q9090 ?RSS Project ID: P143975 Ref No:  MoFEP/MoPSHRD/IDCBP/IC/B.2.7 Background: The Government of the Republic of South Sudan (GoRSS) throughthe Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning (MoFEP) and the Ministry of Public Service and Human Resource Development(MoPS&HRD) has requested the World Bank to support the preparationand implementation of the Institutional Development andCapacity Building (IDCB) Project and received a Project Preparation Advance (PPA) towardsIDCBP. The objective of the project isto improve results orientation, core human resources development and public finance management capacities and functions in targetedcentral government ministries and agencies. The MoLPS&HRDdeveloped "Selection and Recruitment Manualin 2012" and "Civil Service RecruitmentBoard Regulations" in 2013. Due to organizational changes, there is need to review and update the documents to ensure thatthey are reflective of the prevailing institution and consistent with accepted standards andpractice. The MoLPS&HRD) isseeking to use a portion of the advance tofinance the position of a Human Resource Consultant to support the Ministry of Labour, Public Serviceand Human Resource Development (MoLPS&HRD) in reviewing and updating of the twodocuments 2.      Responsibilities andduties The Human Resource Consultant will be expected to perform the followingtasks: Reviewing the existingRecruitment Manual and Civil Service Recruitment Board Regulations and identifying areas that are covered or not covered with aview to ensuring that all essential areas are adequately addressed. Ensure participatoryprocess in coming up with the revised documents; including consultations with representatives fromsub-nationallevelsDiscussing findings onthe above with the ministry's Technical Committee and agreeing on the proposal or the way forwardAs appropriate, draftingnew operational procedures that are not covered in the existing Recruitment Manual and Civil Service Recruitment Board Regulationsdocuments; mindful of the need todevelop rules that are not overly complex and robust to use in a challengingenvironmentAmending or re-writingthe Recruitment Manual andCivil Service Recruitment Board Regulations documentsCompiling the draftRecruitment Manual and Civil Service Recruitment Board Regulations documents and submitting them tothe Technical Committee forreview and comments, amending/editing andproducing and submitting the final versions of the documents within the agreed timeframe.Ensuring quality of workin terms of format and content, the language, clarity and simplicity and procedures conform tothe goodpractices. Duration of assignment: The consultant will be expected to work for approximately 36person days (of which at least 26 days should be spent in the country) spread over a period of two (2) months. Reporting: The consultant will work closelywith the Technical Committeeand report to the Advisor to the Minister, Ministry of Labour, Public Service and Human Resource Development. SelectionCriteria: The selection shall be based on qualification, experience andskills of the candidate and followed by an interview. The qualification, experience and skills shall include: A master's degree from a recognized University in Human Resource, Organization Development, Lawor related fields with at least 10years' experience in developing Human Resource Policies, Procedure Manualsand Regulations; working experience in South Sudan or a similar developing fragile country would be an addedadvantage. Fluent in spoken and written English and good command ofcomputer programs and applications are highlydesirable. Qualified South Sudan nationals are encouraged toapply. 6.      ApplicableGuidelines The attentionofinterested applicants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDACredits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers dated January 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank'sPolicy on conflict of interest. Applicants will be selected inaccordance with the procedures set out in the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World BankBorrowers dated January 2011 - Selection of Individual Consultant. The Ministry of Labour, Public Service andHuman Resource Development now invites eligible applicants (Individual Consultants) toindicate their interest to be recruited for the above mentioned position. Interested applicants must provide information indicatingthat they are qualified to perform the services and submit their Curriculum Vitae (CV) to the address below. Deadline for submission: The applications and the CVmust be submitted to the address or forward using the E-mail addresses as shown below on or before October 16, 2015 at 4:00 pm (Juba local time). Interested applicantsmay obtain further information at the address given below from 9:00 to 16:00 Hrs on working days (Monday throughFriday excludingpublic holidays.) Address:      The Project Coordinator Institutional Development and Capacity Building Project Ministryof Public Service and Human Resource Development Ministries Complex Juba, South Sudan E-mail: ssidcbp@gmail.com  and copy:anyuondan@yahoo.com Application throughemail is highly encouraged. Only shortlistedcandidates will be contacted. SOUTH SUDAN NATIONALS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

Sudan Statistical Capacity Building Proj - P152016

Statistical Capacity Building Project (TFSCB) | Published August 31, 2016  -  Deadline September 20, 2016
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Consulting Services For Poverty Analysis, Profiling And Mapping REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CONSULTING SERVICES FOR Poverty Analysis, Profiling and Mapping Government of the Sudan Central Bureau of Statistics Statistical CapacityBuilding Project (TFSCB) Grant No.:  TF 017246 Assignment Title: Consultancy for Poverty Analysis,Profiling and Mapping The Republic of the Sudan has received financing from the WorldBank toward the cost of the Sudan Statistical Capacity Building Project (TFSCB)  andintends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. The consulting services Poverty Analysis, Profiling andMapping   include:- 1.     Develop key poverty indicators based on HBPS 2014/15. This would involves generating relevant poverty indicators i.e.poverty headcounts, inequality across different demographics, socio- economic groups, and regional classifications. 2.     Provide comparable Poverty estimates. This would entail generating comparable poverty estimates for 2009 with2014/2015. This activity is necessitated by the fact that the 2014/15 survey has a food recall period of10 days instead of 7 dayswhile the 2009 covered only 7 days. This implies that different weekdays are covered by recall depending on the weekdays of theinterviews. In Sudan consumption is usually higher on Fridays. Thus, households interviewed between Wednesday and Fridays arelikelyto have higher consumption than other households. Further, the2014/15 survey includes 49 additional food items and 71 additionalnon-food items compared to the survey from 2009.  It can be assumed that thoseadditional items were under-reported. In addition, the 2009 survey wasin a different month than all ofthe new survey rounds this can introduce a seasonal bias when comparing the 2009 with the new estimates. Therefore, it will beimportant to make the poverty estimates comparable. 3.     Develop and submit to CBS a note on poverty estimates and profiling. Basedon the indicators generated prepare a note onSudan poverty profile. 4.     Generate and submit to CBS poverty maps that cover 18 States with estimates for small areas (locality level) using thedata from 2008 Populationand housing census and the HBPS 2014/2015. This exercise will involvecombining the 2008 Population censusand 2014/15 survey data. The 2008 census was the fifth population census of Sudan. In addition to information on population demographiccharacteristics, it captures information on durable goods and other assets, source of lighting, housing conditions, source ofincome, migration, education, labor force participation, fertility, mortality, and agriculture. 5.     Disseminate final outputs including notes on poverty profile and mapping. At the end of theconsultancy a workshop will be organized to disseminate the final outputs. The consultant will be engaged for 45 workingdays and is required to be based in Khartoum,Sudan at least 30 working days of the entire duration of thecontract, especially in order to engage with CBS staff on the methodology of poverty mapping and profiling and to present thefindings. However she/he maybe, subject to the agreement with CBS, fulfill part of the other required task at their base locationor from home. The Central Bureau of Statistics now invites eligible individualConsultant (IC) to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultant should provide information demonstratingthat he/she has the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The short listing criteriaare: ·         The consultant should be with a minimum six (6) years' experience at carrying out spatial analysisof poverty or poverty mapping and poverty analysis. ·         The required qualifications are a Master degree or higher in economics, sociology or a closelyrelated science discipline. ·         Experience with major statistical analysis software, the use of Geographic Information System(GIS) and econometrics is a must. In addition, the Consultant should have the followingprofile: Have participatory workshop facilitation skills.Have excellent verbal and writtenEnglish communication skills; and use ofarabic is reommended but nota must. Possess provenfield research and report writing skill. The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selectionand Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers current edition as per legalagreement] ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. In addition, please refer tothe following specific information on conflict of interest related to this assignment: [as per paragraph 1.9 of ConsultantGuidelines]. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the IndividualConsultant   selection method set out inthe Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below duringoffice hours 0830 to 1500 hours (Sudan local Time).all quires shall be no later than a week time(7days) before the closingdate which is by Tuesday September 20th, 2016. Expressions of interest mustbe delivered in a written form tothe address below (in person, or bymail, or by fax, or by e-mail) by Tuesday September 20th,2016. Central Bureau of Statistics Attn: Elsir Hassan Abbas Project Coordinator P.O. Box 700 Khartoum, Sudan Gamhuria Street Tel: 00249183777255 Mobile: 00249912854528 Fax: 00249183771860 E-mail: elsirabbas@yahoo.com dg@cbs.gov.sd

South Sudan-EA Regional Transp.Trade Dev - P131426

South Sudan Customs Services | Published October 21, 2015  -  Deadline November 19, 2015
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Individual Consultant To Provide Technical Assistance To South Sudan Customs Services As Customs Advisor On Human Resource Management (hrm) South Sudan Customs Services (SSCS) South Sudan ? Eastern Africa Regional Transport, Trade andDevelopment Facilitation Program (SS-EARTTDFP) Country:                    REPUBLIC OF SOUTHSUDAN Name of Project:        SOUTH SUDAN?EASTERNAFRICA REGIONAL TRANSPORT, TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT FACILITATION PROGRAM IDA Credit No.:         5363-SS Project No.:               P131426 Reference No.             Proc-RTTFP/SSCS-PIU/2015/IC/SS-KR1.25-1 REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR AN INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT TO PROVIDE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TO SOUTH SUDANCUSTOMS SERVICES AS CUSTOMS ADVISOR ON HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (HRM) 1.                 This Request for Expressions of Interest follows the general procurement notice forthis project that appeared in UNDB on March 7th, 2013 and other Regional News Papers [The Citizen on 1stMarch, 2013 and The Standard on March 1st, 2013]. 2.                 The Government of the Republic of South Sudan (GRSS) has received funding from the International Development Association (IDA)for the Proposed South Sudan ? Eastern Africa Regional Transport, Trade and Development Facilitation Program (SS-EARTTDFP), andintends to apply part of the proceeds for the payment for the services of the A Custom Advisor on Human Resource Management(HRM) 3.                 The consultant shall be in charge of allmattersas detailed in the Terms of Reference (TOR) that will be provided upon writtenapplication (E-mail). 4.                 The assignment will extend fora period of five (5) monthswith an option for extension subject to satisfactory performance. 5.                 The SouthSudan Customs Servicesnow invites eligible Individual Consultants to indicate their interest in providing the above mentioned services.  Interested individual are encouraged to provide informationindicating that they are qualified to perform the Services and furnish their Curriculum Vitae (CV) in the prescribed format that will beprovided upon submission of application (E-mail). 6.                 The selection shall be conducted based on qualification and experience of thecandidates and followed by an interviewof the best successful candidates. The candidatesmust have atleast: i)      A university level degree inSocial sciences / Management or its equivalent; ii)      Minimum fifteen (15) years of work experience of which atleast five (5) years at senior customs management position or senior advisory position on Customs matters; iii)     Having Customs operational and policy making experience alongwith knowledge of modernization of Customs andtrade related conventions and protocols; iv)     Have strong coordination and communication skills,ability to work with various governmentand international agencies at senior level; Experience in building productive internal andexternal relationships and working productively in a team environment. v)      Ability to analyze business processes, identify issues andgenerate reports and strategic papers for government and international agencies; vi)     Experience in reforms, planning and change management ingovernment organization would be preferable; vii)    Experience in interaction and coordination withinternational agencies e.g. WCO, WTO and donor agencies would be preferable; viii)   Work experience in Sub-SaharanAfrica and particularly in anpost conflict / fragile state would be preferable; and ix)     Excellent command ofboth oral and written Englishis essential. 7.         The attentionof interested Consultants 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 dated January 2011 (Revised July, 2014) ("ConsultantGuidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's Policy on conflict of interest 8.         A Consultant will be selected in accordancewith the procedures set out in the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRDLoans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers dated January 2011 (Revised July,2014) - Selection of Individual Consultant. 9.         Expression of interest (EOI) must be delivered to the addressbelow by 19th November, 2015 through mail, e-mail or in person. ADDRESS: The Director General, South Sudan CustomsServices Republic of SouthSudan Juba Attention: MartinDIING PIU ?Focal Person, South Sudan Customs Services Juba, SouthSudan, Telephone:+211 955 557 880 E-mail: pmtmrb@gmail.com; diingmartin1967@gmail.com Or JamesOhurey ALAM Program Coordinator Ministry ofTransport, Roads andBridges, Republic of South Sudan, Yei Road, Jebel Kujur, Juba, Telephone:      +211 957 102 093 E-mail:  pmtmrb@gmail.com

Sudan Statistical Capacity Building Proj - P152016

The Sudan Statistical Capacity Building Project (TFSCB Project) | Published June 9, 2016
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General Procurement Notice Republic of the Sudan Ministry ofThe Cabinet CentralBureau of Statistics ??????? ??????? ?????  ????? ???? ??????? ?????? ??????? ??????? GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE The Government of Sudan Sudan Statistical Capacity Building Project (TFSCB) GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE Grant No. TF017246 Project ID No. P 152016 The Republic of the Sudan has received financing in the amount of US$ (US$ 500,000) ("Grant") from the World Bank"Trust Fund" towards the cost of theSudanStatistical Capacity Building Project (TFSCB). It intends to apply part of the proceedsfor payments of goods, and consulting services to be procured under thisproject. The procurement will include the following components: 1- Goods: IT equipment, survey collectiondevices and IT software. 2-Consultant Services: - Individual consultant for assessing the roadmap for updating National Accounts and CBS's capacityfor its implementation including a mapping of main data gaps in the country as well as a way forward to close datagaps. - Individual consultants to develop (1) key poverty indicators based on HBS 2014/15 including drafting of a poverty profile and generating poverty maps; (2)compilation of labour market statistics using HBS 2014/5 including a drafted note; and (3) derivation of comparable povertyestimates for HBS 2009 and HBS 2014/15. - Individual consultant to support the design and implementation ofan Agricultural Household Production Survey Pilot to strengthen agricultural statisticsusing CAPI technology. The consultancy willinclude contributions to a concept note, capacity building at CBS, supporting training of supervisors and enumerators andmonitoring of data collection as well as producing a report to document the experiences of the pilot and discussing the feasibilityto scale-up pilot. Procurement of contracts financed by the World Bank will be conducted through theprocedures as specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement under IBRD Loans and IDACredits (current edition), and is open to all eligible bidders  asdefined in the guidelines. Consulting services will be selected in accordance with the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment ofConsultants by World Bank Borrowers (current edition). Specific procurement noticesfor contracts to be bid under the World Bank'sinternational competitive bidding (ICB) procedures and for contracts for consultancy services will be announced, as they becomeavailable, in UN DevelopmentBusiness and dgMarket [and in local newspapers]. Prequalification of suppliers and contractors will not be required for thisproject. Interested eligible bidders who wish to beincluded on the mailing list to receive invitations of interested consultants who wish to receive a copy of advertisementrequesting expressions of interest for consultancy contracts, or those requiring additional information, should contact the addressbelow. Republic of the Sudan Ministry of TheCabinet The CentralBureau of Statistics The Sudan Statistical CapacityBuilding Project (TFSCB Project) Att. Mr. ElsirHassan Abbas: ProjectCoordinator P, O Box 700. Khartoum - Sudan Telephone: +249-1-83777255 Facsimile number: +249 -1-83771860 Electronic mail address: Elsir Abbas

Institutional Dev & Cap Bldg Project - P143975

Ministry of Labor, Public Service and Human Resource Development | Published October 20, 2014  -  Deadline November 5, 2014
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Consultancy Services For Skills Audit And Development Of Training Master Plan Request for Expression of Interest (REOI) COUNTRY:                             Republic ofSouth Sudan NAME OF PROJECT:              Institutional Development and CapacityBuildingProject CONSULTINGSERVICE:       Consultancy Services for Skills Audit and Development of Training MasterPlan CREDIT No.:                           Q 9090-SS PROJECT ID No.:                   P143975 Ref No:                                  IDCBP/FFAMC/CS/B.2.1/14 The Government of the Republic of South Sudan (GoRSS) through the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning (MoFEP)/Ministryof Public Service and Human Resource Development (MoPSHRD) has requested the World Bank to support preparation and implementationof the Institutional Development and Capacity Building Project (IDCBP) and has received a Project PreparationAdvance towards the project. The Project Preparation Advance will continue until theIDCBP becomes operational. The Project Development Objective is to introduce a resultsorientation and to enhance core human resource management and public finance management capacities in targetedministries.The project will comprise of four components as follows: (i) Result-oriented Management and Leadership; (ii) Strengthening Institutions for Human ResourceManagement and Human ResourceDevelopment; (iii) Strengtheningselected aspects of Public Financial Management and Accountability incentral agencies andsector ministries; and (iv) Project Management Support. MoFEP/MoPSHRD intends to apply part of the proceeds of the Project Preparatory Advance for consulting services to conductSkills Audit and Develop Training Master Plan for Human Resource Training Centre. The consulting services ("Services") are aimed at identifying the knowledge andskills within Government institutions andprovide the Ministry of Public Service and Human Resource Development (MoPSHRD) with training anddevelopmentneeds. The consultant will be expected to: review policy guidance documents and existingmaterials onsector-specific skills; review of core functions of the Focused Institution/areas; design/tailor Human Resource diagnostic tools;carry out skills audit in identified National and seven (7) StatesGovernment Institutions; analyse data and document information oftheskills audit; and design and develop Training Master Plan for Human Resource Training Centre (HRTC). The consulting service will be required for a period of about six (6) calendar months. MoFEP/MoPSHRD now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultant") to indicate theirinterest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the requiredqualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The short listing criteria are as follows: a.      General experience and capability in providing services for institutional skills assessment and development of trainingprogrammes; b.     Specific experience in successfully implementing similar assignments; c.       Experience of relevant services in an environment similar to that of South Sudan;and d.      The technical and managerial organization of the firm. (Provide only the structure ofthe organization,general qualifications and number of key staff. Do not provide CV of staff.) Attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph1.9 of the WorldBank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World BankBorrowersdated January 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's Policy on conflict of interest. Consultantsmay associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub consultancy to enhance their qualifications. The nature ofassociation, whether it is a joint venture or a sub consultancy, should clearly be stated. In case of joint venture the firmleading the joint venture should be mentioned. AConsultant will be selected in accordance with the Consultant Qualification Selection method (CQS) set out in the ConsultantGuidelines. InterestedConsultant may obtain further information at the address below during office hours from 10:00 to 16:00 hours East African Time (GMT+ 3) on all working days. Expressions of interest should be delivered in a written form to the address below (in person, or by mail, or by e-mail) by 5November, 2014. Project Coordinator Institutional Development and Capacity BuildingProject, Location: Ministry of Public Service & Human ResourceDevelopment Ministries Complex Juba, South Sudan Telephone: +211 955 634663 E-mail: Lmanyiel@yahoo.com and copy:melingasukloboka@gmail.comand smlakani@yahoo.co.uk

EOI – Sudan - Individual consultants - IFMIS implementation and change management specialist – PFMMCBP – 08 2015

 | Published August 28, 2015
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1 REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST – INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANTS Republic of Sudan Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning The Public Financial and Macroeconomic Management Capacity Building Project (PFMMCBP) IFMIS IMPLEMENTATION AND CHANGE MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST 1. The Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning (MoFEP) has received a grant from the African Development Fund (ADF) towards the cost of the Public Financial and Macroeconomic Management Capacity Building Project (PFMMCBP), and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this grant to payments under the contract for IFMIS implementation and change management consultant. 2. The IFMIS implementation and change management specialist under this contract, will support IFMIS implementation through reviewing of MoFEP existing business processes, developing functional and user requirements for IFMIS, help in consolidating beneficiaries Charts of Accounts (CoA) and Budget Classification, ensuring reforms pertaining to core PFM processes, identifying needs and providing support in designing capacity building and change management strategies, plans and training needs. He/she will be part of the PIU team and will report directly to the Project Manager of the PIU. 3. KEY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES 3.1. Reviewing and supporting the roll-out of the IFMIS Implementation Plan in collaboration with core-process business managers at MoFEP to ensure ownership and sustainability; 3.2. Contributing in preparing and developing functional and user requirements and system testing for all functional and user requirements and system testing with project technical focal points and sub committees. 3.3. Constituting technical teams responsible for the exhaustive review of the existing business processes in preparation for implementing modernized (enhanced) workflows; 3.4. Ensuring reforms pertaining to core PFM processes are reflected in the business-process reviews. The core processes include: General Ledger, Purchasing, Accounts Payables, Budgeting, Cash Management, Accounts Receivable, Payroll and Human Resource Management Information System, Internal Audit and External Audit. Systems innovations will also include asset modules and payments processed using electronic funds transfer facilities; 3.5. Phasing strategy for IFMIS implementation and future roll-out plans in collaboration with senior management of the MoFEP; 3.6. Supporting the implementation of the IFMIS in collaboration with IFMIS supplier to ensure the functionality of core PFM processes are consistent with the IFMIS Implementation Plan and the business process review report; 3.7. Support core business-process managers to identify and train a critical mass of professional cadres in IFMIS-related processes pertaining to their areas; 3.8. Develop a new Chart of Accounts (CoA)and Budget Classification consistent with the IMF- GFSM(2001)and COFOG; 3.9. Develop training modules on the use and application of the new Chart of Accounts/Budget Classification and provide support in practical staff training sessions; 3.10. Develop a mapping strategy from the old to the new coding system and disseminate it widely to end-users; 3.11. Developing data migration strategy from the existing bespoke system to the IFMIS and support end-users to transfer budget and accounting data from the old to the new system; 3.12. Developing change management and capacity building strategy for IFMIS implementation and supporting its implementation; 3.13. Ensuring the functional and user requirements and system testing are conducted according to implementation plan and business process review master document; 3.14. Monitoring and proposing adjustments to implementation plans and actions as necessary; 3.15. Supporting technical focal points and committees to identify specific capacity building requirements and define the skills needed for the different participating stakeholders; 2 3.16. Support the building of knowledge by preparing, storing, archiving of relevant documentation for all IFMIS planned and implemented activities including progress reports, study tours, independent reviews and M&E reports; 3.17. Support the review and establishment of adequate IFMIS Program governance structures including Technical Implementation Committee and Steering Committee. 4. REQUIRED EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND SLILLS: 4.1. An advanced degree in Accounting, Economics, Business Administration, Finance, or other related field. An advanced degree in IT with experience in budget and accounting processes would be highly preferred. Certification in project management (PMP/PgMP/PRINCE2P/MPM) is an added advantage. 4.2. At least ten (10) years of working experience in PFM reforms with specific focus on budget and accounting reforms in public sector, including at least TWO IFMIS/ Government Resource Planning (GRP)/ Government Financial Management and Information System (GFMIS) - end- to-end full cycle implementations as a Project Manager. Project management experience managing System Development Projects is an added advantage. 4.3. Fluency in English. Fluency in Arabic is highly preferred. 4.4. Knowledge of project management software (MS Project, Primavera, @task 4.5. Excellent in system development tools as Rational Rose, testing software. 4.6. Excellent in data modified and government organizational design interfacing in PHP and MYSQL. 4.7. Advanced Knowledge in MS Excel Including Pivot tables, Scenario Planning. 4.8. Good public speaking and presentation skills using Power point or Open Office. 5. The Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning now invites eligible regional or international individual consultants to indicate their interest for the consultancy service described above. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (C.Vs, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills, etc.). 6. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by 17 September 2015 at 3:00 pm (Khartoum local time) and mention “IFMIS Implementation and Change Management Consultant”. Attn: Project Manager The Public Financial and Macroeconomic Management Capacity Building Project (PFMMCBP) Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning Elbaraka Tower, 11th floor, ElzubirBasha St Khartoum-Sudan/ Fax: (+249)183773609 Office Phone :( +249)183799463 / 183799462 Cell Phone: (+249) 0961347774 pfm@pfm.sd :mail-E Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews and any form of canvassing shall lead to automatic disqualification.

Sudan Basic Education Recovery Project - P128644

Basic Education Recovery Project | Published December 16, 2014  -  Deadline January 30, 2015
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Recruitment Of A Monitoring Agent For The Basic Education Project At Fmoe Of Sudan Government REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTANTSERVICES) Recruitment of a Monitoring Agent for the Basic Education Project at FMoE of Sudan Government Country : Republic of Sudan NAME OF PROJECT: the Sudan Basic Education Recovery Project(BERP) Grant No.:  TF013351 - GlobalPartnership for Education Grant Project ID No. P128644 Implementing Agency: Federal Ministry ofEducation REOI No.Consultancy/ QCBS/BERP/GPE/1/2014 1.                 Background: the Government of Sudan hasreceived financing in the amount of US$ 76.5million equivalent from the Global Partnership for Education Fund (GPE) to be administered by the World Bank toward the cost of theSudan Basic Education Recovery Project (BERP), and it intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments for goods, works, relatedservices and consulting services to be procured under this project. 2.      Objectives of the assignment: The mainobjective of the assignment is to ensure that Grant funds are utilized only for the purposes specified in the GA, in strictadherence to World Bank's procurement and financial management policies and procedures. A qualified and experienced Consultant willbe selected as Monitoring Agent to assist the World Bank in fulfilling its fiduciary obligations. 3.                 Scope of Work: a)      Establishment of adequate financial management arrangements according to the World Bank's financialmanagement (FM) policies to ensure that the proceeds of the grant are used for the purposes intended.  The Consultant would be guided by and adhere to the FM Manual's standards andrequirements. b)      The services will focus on providing procurement management supportaccording to the World Bank's procurement policies. c)      The services will focus on providing financial managementsupportto the PIU and will also include assistance for the guidance and supervision of the CSUs and CITs staff at the state levels,as well as participating communities managing BERP resources. d)    The Monitoring Agent will be responsible, withoutlimitation, for the following tasks and activities: ·        Review and comment on project/entity financial managementprocedures. ·        Carry out periodic reviews (to be agreed with the Bank) atdecentralized locations. ·        Monitor the status of compliance with legal covenants,including compliance conditions for: disbursement; withdrawal; reporting; audit. ·        Pre-screen and recommend for approval withdrawalapplications (WAs) submitted by projects' implementing agencies . ·        Review project quarterly progress reports including interimfinancial reports (IFRs) as well as expenditures claimed under the Statement of Expenditure (SOE) method . ·        Perform field monitoring visits to undertake physicalmonitoring on a sample basis in accordance with a methodology . ·        Participate (at the request of the World Bank) in WorldBank-led project supervision missions. . ·        On the basis of a plan agreed with the World Bank, conductpost-procurement reviews/audits of BERP on a sample basis. ·        Ensure a close follow up of the Project's monitoring &evaluation frameworks. 4.                 Assignment Duration and Location: Assignmentperiod will be 12 months, renewable based on Consultant's performance. The Consultant will be expected to work at the PIU officesin Khartoum as well as at the CSUs in Sinnar and Kassala. 5.                 Basic Education RecoveryProject (BERP) now invites eligible Consultants to indicate their interest in providing the above mentioned services.  Interested consultants must provide informationindicating that they are qualified to perform the Services and furnish their profiles. The Short listing Criteria are as follows  : a.   General experience and capability in providing technical assistance forinstitutional strengthening at federal national levels; b.   Specific experience in successfully implementing similarassignments; c.       The technical and managerial organization of the firm. (Provide only the structure of theorganization,  general qualifications and number ofkey staff. Do not provide CV of staff.) d.  key staff qualification: The Consultant will propose a team withadequate experience and qualifications to carry out theassignment.  Team members should have experience in similarcountries and under conditions like those prevailing inSudan.  It is expected that the team compositionwill include at least members with the following competencies, levels of expertise and exposure: a.              Team leader: should be a professionally qualified and experienced individual inthe area of financial management or procurement. He/she should have preferably a Master degree in Financial Management relateddiscipline,bachelor's degree in related fields and a minimum of eight years postgraduate experience.  Previous leadership of multi-disciplinary teams as team leader isessential; b.            Financial management specialists: should hold a bachelor's degree and must be CPA/CA/ACCA or similar professionalqualification with at least five years of professional experience. Experience in monitoring in the field and managing a databasefor analyzing data is an advantage; c.             Procurement specialist: should possess at least five years practical experience in WB procurement or in similarinstitution, with at least 3 years World Bank Specific experience  (including using independent judgment in interpreting them), be professionally qualified, hold at least aMasters degree (e.g.in engineering, business administration), and have previous procurement audit experience in a public sectorenvironment; d.       Monitoring and evaluation/Technicalspecialists: should possess at least Practical experience of no less than 8 years in monitoring and evaluation activities in otherinternationally-financed development projects at least 3years experience in World Bank funded/administered project, hold at least aMasters degree (e.g. in engineering, business administration, procurement, economics or relatedfield as required for monitoring & evaluation 6.                 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultantsunder IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowersdated January 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's Policy on conflictof interest. 7.                 Consultants may associate with other firms in theform of a joint venture or a sub consultancy to enhance their qualifications. The nature ofassociation, whether it is a joint venture or a sub consultancy, should clearlybe stated. In case of joint venture the firm leadingthe joint venture should be mentioned. 8.      A Consultant will be selected in accordance with: Quality andCost Based Selection method (QCBS ) set out in the WorldBank's Guidelines. 9.                    Interested Consultants may obtain further information&Terms of Reference (TOR) which includes details of this REOI at the address given below from 9:00 am to 16:00 pm Hrs accordingto Sudan local time on the working days (Sunday through Thursday). 10.               Expressionofinterest (EOI) must be delivered to the address below (in person, or by mail, or by e-mail) by 30th , January, 2015. Address: Federal Ministry of Education (FMOE),Basic Education Recovery Project ? Khartoum, Sudan. Email: hashim_hamza88@yahoo.com,Tel.:+249912140642

South Sudan-EA Regional Transp.Trade Dev - P131426

South Sudan Customs Service | Published December 15, 2015  -  Deadline January 12, 2016
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Consultancy Services As Senior Customs Advisor SOUTH SUDAN ? EASTERN AFRICA REGIONAL TRANSPORT, TRADE ANDDEVELOPMENT FACILIATION PROGRAM (SS-EARTTDFP) REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST For CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR A SENIORCUSTOMS ADVISOR Country:                     REPUBLIC OF SOUTH SUDAN Project:                        South Sudan ? East Africa Regional Transport, Trade and Development Facilitation Program(SS-EARTTDFP) Project IDNo.:          P131426 CreditNo.:                 5363-SS Reference:                   PROC-RTTDFP/S-PMT/2015/IC/SS-KR1.25 December, 2015 REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OFINTEREST CONSULTING SERVICES FOR AN INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANTTO PROVIDE TECHNICALASSISTANCE TO SOUTH SUDAN CUSTOMS SERVICES AS SENIOR CUSTOMS ADVISOR This invitation forExpression of Interest follows the general procurement notice for this project that appeared in UNDB on March 7, 2013 andother Regional News Papers [The Citizenon 1st March, 2013 and The Standard on March 1st, 2013]. The Republic of South Sudan (GRSS) has received funding from the International DevelopmentAssociation (IDA) for the Proposed South Sudan ? Eastern Africa Regional Transport, Trade and Development Facilitation Program(SS-EARTTDFP), and intends to apply part of the proceeds for the payment for the services of a Senior Customs Advisor to provideTechnical Assistance to the South Sudan Customs Services. The consultant shall be in charge of all matters as detailed in theTerms of Reference (TOR) that will be provided upon written application(E-mail). 4.      The assignment will extend for aperiod of one (1) year with an option for extension subjecttosatisfactory performance. 5.      The South Sudan Customs Services now invites eligibleIndividual Consultants to indicate their interest in providing the above mentioned services.  Interested individual are encouraged to provide information indicating thatthey are qualified to perform the Services and furnish their CurriculumVitae (CV) in the prescribed format that will be provided upon submission of application(E-mail). 6.      Selection criteria. a.       An advanced degree in relevant fields such as Customs, Law, Economics, Finance, Business/  Public Administration or  itsequivalent b.      Minimum of Fifteen (15) years of work experience of which atleast five (5) yearsat senior customs management position or advisory position on Customs matters. Knowledge and experience on trade facilitation reforms and regional integration will be a plus. c.       Having Customs operational and policy making experience along with knowledge ofmodernization of Customs and trade related conventions and protocols and systems. d.      Have strong coordination and communication skills, ability to work with variousgovernment and international agencies at senior level. e.       Ability to analyze business processes, identify issuesand generate reports andstrategic papers for government and  internationalagencies f.       Experience in interaction, knowledge and coordination with internationalagencies e.g. WCO, WTO and donor agencies would be preferable. g.      Work experience in Sub-Saharan Africa andparticularly in a post conflict/fragile state would be preferable. h.      Excellent command of both oral and writtenEnglish is essential. Experience in building productive internal and external relationships and workingproductively in a team environment. 7.      The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines:Selection and Employment of Consultants underIBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World BankBorrowers dated January 2011 (Revised July, 2014) ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's Policy onconflict of interest 8.      A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the procedures set out in the World Bank'sGuidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World BankBorrowers dated January 2011(Revised July, 2014) - Individual Consultant 9.      Interested Consultants may obtainfurther information at the address given below from9:00 to 16:00 Hrs on the working days. (Monday  throughFriday) 10.  Expression of interest (EOI) must be delivered to the address below by January 12th, 2016 through mail, e-mail or in person ADDRESS: The Director General, South Sudan CustomsServices Republic of SouthSudan Juba Attention: MartinDIING PIU ?Focal Person, South Sudan Customs Services Juba, SouthSudan, Telephone:+211955557880 E-mail: pmtmrb@gmail.com;diingmartin1967@gmail.com Or James Ohurey ALAM ProgramCoordinator Ministry ofTransport, Roads andBridges, Republic of South Sudan, Yei Road, Jebel Kujur, Juba, Telephone:      +211 957 102 093 E-mail:  pmtmrb@gmail.com

SS-Local Governance&Service Delivery - P127079

Local Government Board | Published February 2, 2016  -  Deadline February 19, 2016
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Mid Term Review Of The Project In The First Quarter Of The Calendar Year 2016 Local Governance and ServiceDelivery Project (LGSDP) Request for Expression of Interest (REOI) COUNTRY:                             Republic of South Sudan NAME OF PROJECT:                          Local Governance and Service DeliveryProject CONSULTINGSERVICE:       Mid TermReview of the Project in the first quarter of the calendar year 2016 IDA Credit No:                        5213-SD Project ID No.:                                     P127079 Ref No:                                    MoFEP/LGSD/PMU/CS/4.11.5/16 The Government of the Republic of South Sudan(GRSS) is implementingthe Local Governance and Service Delivery Project (LGSDP) financed bythe International DevelopmentAssociation (IDA) as well as the bi-lateral donor Denmark. The LGSDP is implemented on behalf of GRSS by the Ministry of Financeand Economic Planning (MoFEP) and the Local Government Board (LGB). The Project Development Objective of LGSDP is "to improve local governance and service delivery inparticipating counties in SouthSudan." Key results include: (a) more inclusive and participatory local planning, implementation and accountability processesthat also address local drivers of conflict; (b) improved county government functionality and capacities through 'learning bydoing'; (c) a more predictable and transparent system of transfers to country governments; and (d) expanded access to services incounties covered by the Project. The Project comprises of four components: (i)block grants to counties for Payam Development; (ii) community engagement; (iii) institutional strengthening; and (iv) Projectmanagement support through a Project Management Unit (PMU) and State-level Project Coordination & Support Offices (SPCSOs). The keyresults anticipated from the project include: (a) more inclusive and participatory local planning, implementation andaccountability processes that also address local drivers of conflict; (b) improved county government functionality and capabilitiesthrough 'learning by doing'; (c) a more predictable and transparent system of transfers to county governments for investmentsubprojects; and (d) expanded access to services in counties covered by the project. The firstphase of the LGSDP was approved in March 2013 with the planning process taking off in the ''Fast Track Initiative'' states ofJonglei, Upper Nile, Lakes and Western Equatoria. Due to the onset of the conflict in December 2013, the project activities in twostates of Jonglei and Upper Nile were temporarily deferred and project activities implementation continued in the statesof WesternEquatoria and Lakes where implementation of 28 PDG projects have been completed. Theproject will be midway through its implementation by February 2016; hence the MoFEP/LGB and the International development Agency ofthe World Bank would like to carry out a mid-term review (MTR) of the implementation of the project. The Ministry of Finance,Economic Planning and the Local Government Board intends to apply part of the proceeds of this grants for consulting servicesforunder component 4 to engage a firm that will carry out midterm review of the project in the first quarter of the calendar year2016. Thegeneral objective of the assignment is to assist the Ministry of Finance & Economic Planning (MoFEP) and the Local GovernmentBoard to carry out a midterm review of the implementation, policies, and results of the project to date with a view of makingproposals to improve the efficiency, effectiveness, relevance, sustainability and overall impact of the LGSDP. The Project Management Unit (PMU) of the LocalGovernance and Service Delivery Project in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning now invites eligible consulting firms("Consultant") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide informationdemonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services (brochures, description ofsimilar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.).  The short listing criteria are as follows: a)     Specific experience in successfully implementing similarassignments; b)     Experience of relevant services in an environment similar to that of South Sudan;and c)     The technical andmanagerial organization of the firm. (Provide only the structure of theorganization, general qualifications and number of key staff). Do not provide CV of staff 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 BankBorrowers dated January 2011 (revised July, 2014) ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the WorldBank's Policy on conflict of interest. Consultants may associate with other consultantsin the form of a joint venture or a sub consultancy to enhance their qualifications. The nature of association, whether it is ajoint venture or a sub consultancy, should clearly be stated. In case of joint venture the Consultantleading the joint ventureshould be mentioned. A Consultant will be selected in accordance withthe Consultants' Qualifications (CQs) set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Interested Consultant may obtain furtherinformation at the address below during office hours from 10:00 to 16:00 hours East African Time (GMT + 3) on all workingdays. Expressions of interest should be delivered in awritten form to theaddress below (in person, or by mail, or by e-mail) by Friday 19th February 2016 at 5.00 P.M. EastAfrican Time. Project Coordinator Project Management Unit Local Governance and Service Delivery Project, Location: Local Government Board (West of Bank of South Sudan) Juba, South Sudan Tel No. +211 955 487459        E-mail: recruitment.lgsdp@gmail.com

SS-Local Governance&Service Delivery - P127079

Locacal Government/Ministry of Finace and Economic Planning | Published July 27, 2015  -  Deadline August 20, 2015
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Local Government Performance Assessment Of Counties In The Republic Of South Sudan. Local Governance and Service Delivery Project (LGSDP) Request for Expression of Interest(REOI) COUNTRY:                             Republic of South Sudan NAME OF PROJECT:                          Local Governance and Service DeliveryProject CONSULTING SERVICE:       Local Government Performance Assessment of Counties in the Republic of South Sudan. IDA Credit No:                        5213-SD Project ID No.:                                     P127079 Ref No:                                    MoFEP/LGSD/PMU/CS/3.10/15 TheGovernment of the Republic of South Sudan (GRSS) is implementing the Local Governance and Service Delivery Project (LGSDP) financedby the International Development Association (IDA) as well as the bi-lateral donor Denmark. The LGSDP is implemented on behalf ofGRSS by the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning (MoFEP) and the Local Government Board (LGB). TheProject Development Objective of LGSDP is "to improve local governance and service deliveryin participatingcounties in South Sudan." Key results include: (a) more inclusiveand participatory local planning,implementation and accountability processes that also address local drivers of conflict; (b) improved county governmentfunctionality and capacities through 'learning by doing'; (c) a more predictable and transparent system of transfers to countrygovernments; and (d) expanded access to services in counties covered by the Project. TheProject comprises of four components: (i) block grants to counties for Payam Development; (ii) community engagement; (iii)institutional strengthening; and (iv) Project management support through a Project Management Unit (PMU) and State-level ProjectCoordination & Support Offices (SPCSOs). The LGSDP supported the National Audit Chamber and Local Government Board to develop: (i) aLocal Government Audit Strategy and Manual; and (ii) Local Government Performance Assessment Strategy and Manual respectively. Thespecific objectives of the Local Government Performance Assessment (LGPA) include to: (i) verify compliance of the LGs with theprovisions of the laws, national guidelines and manuals; (ii) determine whether LGs have sufficient safeguards in place to managediscretionary development funds and therefore eligible to access various grants, such as e.g. the Payam Development Grant (PDGs)and the County Development Grants (CDGs ); (iii) assist the LGs to identify functional capacity gaps and needs, therebycontributing to guidethe institutional strengthening; (iv) enhance downwards, horizontal and upward accountability; and (v)contribute to the general LG monitoring and evaluation (M&E) systems. The GRSS is planning a gradual roll-out of the LGPerformance Assessments (LGPA) across the counties. As an interim measure, LGPA exercises will be conducted in the LGSDPparticipating counties. The Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning and Local Government Board intend to apply part of theproceeds of this grant for consulting services under component three (3) to engage a firm that will conduct the performance assessment of the counties that received and used the Payam Development Grantin FY 2014/15. Thecounties are: Ibba and Ezo in Western Equatoria State and Yirol West and Rumbek East in LakesState. The assessment will be conducted in October and November2015. TheProject Management Unit (PMU) of the Local Governance and Service Delivery Project in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planningnow invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultant") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultantsshould provide informationdemonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevantexperience to perform the Services(brochures, description of similarassignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff,etc.). The short listing criteria are as follows: a)      Specificexperience in successfully implementing similar assignments; b)      Experienceof relevant services in an environment similar to that of South Sudan; and c)      Thetechnical and managerial organization of the firm. (Provide only the structure of the organization, general qualifications andnumber of key staff) Do not provide CV of staff Attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 ofthe World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employmentof Consultants under IBRDLoans and IDA Credits & Grants by WorldBank Borrowers dated January 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's Policy on conflict ofinterest. Consultants may associate with other consultants in the form of a joint venture ora sub consultancy to enhance theirqualifications. The nature of association, whether it is a joint venture or a sub consultancy, should clearly be stated. In case ofjoint venture the Consultant leading the joint venture should be mentioned. AConsultantwill be selected in accordance with the Consultants' Qualifications (CQs) set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Interested Consultant may obtain further information at the address below during office hours from 10:00 to 16:00 hours EastAfrican Time (GMT + 3) on all working days. Expressions of interest should be delivered in a written form to the address below(in person, or by mail, or by e-mail) byThursday 20th August 2015 at 5.00 P.M. East African Time. Project Coordinator Project Management Unit Local Governance and Service Delivery Project, Location: Local Government Board (West of Bank of South Sudan) Juba, South Sudan Tel No. +211 955 487 459       E-mail: recruitment.lgsdp@gmail.com