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Honduras JSDF Education Project - P150582

 | Published February 11, 2015

Small Contracts Award (dir,cqs,indv,sss) Anuncio de adjudicación de contrato por montos pequeñosHondurasProyecto: P150582 - Piloting New Forms of Community-Administered Período del informe: 05-Nov-2014 - 31-Jan-2015 Empresa/personaadjudicataria : Consultor IndividualPaís: Honduras Fecha de la firma del contrato: 05-Nov-2014 Método de adquisición: INDV- Selección de Consultores Individuales Precio: HNL 225,000.00 Duración: 5 Mes(es) Resumen del alcance del contrato: SUPERVISIÓN PROYECTO "REFORZAMIENTOESTRUCTURAL, AMPLIACIÓN Y CERCO PERIMETRAL DE LA ESCUELAPROHECO ELFRIDA BROOKS"


 | Published October 26, 2015  -  Deadline June 16, 2016

Social Safety Net Support Program II The general objective of the program is to help beneficiary families build up their human capital and boost their consumption levels. The specific objectives are: (i) to increase the use of education, health, and nutrition services by pregnant women and young people under 18 years of age; (ii) to boost consumption through targeted conditional cash transfers; (iii) to increase the availability of middle-school education (grades 7 to 9) in targeted rural areas; and (iv) to make program management more efficient.

Apoyo al desarrollo de Políticas Docentes

 | Published August 26, 2016

Support the development of Teaching Policies The Hondurean Government is in the process of application of a new law in the education sector. This law introduces major changes in teacher policy, including teacher training, entrance into service, wages evolution. Tis CT will provide support to the government through this process.

Adquisición de Equipo de Oficina y Accesorios

 | Published December 7, 2014  -  Deadline January 19, 2015

Support to the Social Protection Network Program The objective of this program is to promote human capital accumulation for the most vulnerable population. The specific objectives are: (i) to promote human capital accumulation through increased use of education, health and nutrition services, and (ii) to strengthen the institutional capacity including descentralization as well as the technical tools to promote the efficiency of the program

Programa de apoyo al Bono 10 Mil en las zonas urbanas con énfasis en desarroll

 | Published January 22, 2016  -  Deadline February 12, 2016

Support to the Bono 10 Mil in urban areas with emphasis in promoting labor mark The Government of Honduras (GoH), in order to promote mitigation actions of poverty, reduction of inequality and the promotion of the use of health and education services, created the program transfers monetary conditioned (PTMC), presidential programme for health, education and nutrition, "Bono 10,000", to break the cycle of inter-generational poverty through the accumulation of human capital. The program delivers a transfer of up to Lps.10.000 (equivalent to US$ 505 per year) per household, which represents 10.5% and 30.9% of the income of households in poverty and extreme poverty, respectively, coverage under the program is currently 350,000 of which 290,000 families are found in rural areas and 60,000 families in urban areas, this represents 83% to 17% coverage respectively.

Programa de Apoyo al Sistema de Protección Social: ADQUISICIÓN DE EQUIPO DE INFORMÁTICA

 | Published March 28, 2016  -  Deadline October 25, 2016

Social Protection System Support Program I The overall objective of the program is to foster the accumulation of human capital in families in extreme poverty. The specific objectives are: (i) promote the formation of human capital through the use of education services, health and nutrition, (ii) support the consumption of beneficiary households, (iii) strengthen and consolidate processes to increase efficiency, and (iv) support the strengthening of Ministry of Social Development by supporting the design and implementation of the "Estrategia Vivir Mejor"(EVM)

Evaluación de Impacto de la Expansión del Servicio Preescolar en Honduras

 | Published February 11, 2015

Impact Evaluation of the Expansion of Pre-School Services in Honduras This technical cooperation will develop the impact evaluation of a program that expands pre-school education in Honduras, through the random assignment of eligible communities to beneficiary and control groups, and the gathering of baseline and follow-up data. This evaluation will adapt instruments to measure the development of skills and competencies in pre-school aged children, and will also use administrative data to determine if pre-school attendance improves first grade retention and grade promotion. Since the evaluation will compare children who will attend pre-school with children who will not attend pre-school, the data collection strategy implies visiting the households of potential beneficiaries. The expanded program that will be evaluated with this TC is CCEPREB, which seeks to increase pre-school access to children from low-income families. The Department of Education will contract training and support services for community educators at the CCEPREBs; purchase furniture for the centers, teaching kits, and fungible materials for preschool activities; pay a stipend to the community educators; and contract services to support the permanent monitoring of the centers.


 | Published November 3, 2016  -  Deadline November 11, 2016

Support to the Presidential Office for Transparency and Modernization of the Sta CT resources are aimed at strengthening the Presidential Office to Transparency and Modernization of the State (DPTME) in order to respond all the commitments of the Agreement of Collaboration and Good Faith for the Promotion of Transparency, Combating Corruption and Strengthening Integrity Systems (Agreement), which the the Government of Honduras signed with Transparency International (TI) and ASJ (Honduras¿ Transparency International Chapter). This Agreement has become a sort of "road map" containing commitments, actions and specific deadlines in five sectors: health, education, security, public works and services and control of tax revenue. The Government of Honduras, through its DPTME, aims to leverage on the resources of this TC to advance with the procurement commitments as a crosscutting issue to all sector; by generating the required institutional capacity to increase transparency and efficiency in public procurement. This purpose is expected to be achieved through the following lines of action: i. Regulatory and operational strengthening of ONCAE (State Procurement Regulatory Office); ii. Strengthening the regulatory and operational framework of HONDUCOMPRAS (Sistema Informático de Compras Públicas); iii. Strengthening the Procurement Information and Analysis Office.

HN Improving Public Sector Performance - P110050

 | Published June 19, 2015

Consulting for analysis and job description of the Secretary of Education, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Infrastructure and Public Utilities, Ministry of Security and Tegucigalpa MDC Dei June 16, 2015 Messrs. Members PP-009-2014 ListaCorta His office

Improving Public Sector Performance HN - P110050

Secretaría de Finanzas / Unidad Administradora de Proyectos | Published October 24, 2014  -  Deadline November 10, 2014

Consulting For Analysis And Description Of The Ministry Of Positions Education, Ministry Of Health, Ministry Of Infrastructure And Utilities, Security and Executive Secretary of Income Management (dei) Invitation to submit Expressions of Interest MOF-UAP-EI-020 HONDURAS 2014 Improvement Project Public Sector Performance 5020otorgado IDA credit from the World Bank for the Republic of Honduras Consulting for Analysis and Job Description of the Secretary of Education, Secretary of Health and Public Services deInfraestructura Secretary, Ministry of Security and Management Executive Revenue (DEI) The Republic of Honduras has received financing from the World Bank's Project Performance Improvement SectorPúblico, and intends to apply part of the funds for consultancy contracts disservice described in this invitation. Among the specific objectives for services include: (i) conduct a validation verificacióny job descriptions (roles and profiles) of current employees, including review of organizational laestructura order to determine their compatibility or incompatibility with mission, institutional goals yfunciones dependencies; (Ii) develop a proposal for institutional unapropuesta functional design including organizational structure and the development of roles and functions of employees required to achieve lamisión, institutional objectives and functions of the departments; and (iii) develop a proposed tool for performance evaluacióncontinua employees of institutions in relation to the fulfillment of the mission, objectives and established funcionesinstitucionales. The estimated number of employees prioritized lossectores amounts to about 30,000. Losconsultores Applicants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (brochures, description of similar detrabajos, experience in similar conditions, etc.) yque have the legal and financial capacity to deal with consulting (legal incorporation documents and audited financial statements (years 2011.2012 and 2013)). 1. Having expertise in the development of similar work in order to experience the presenteconsultoría: Within the criteria for selecting the short list the following sets. 2. Have proven experience and knowledge in the priority sectors. 3. You are legally constituted. Expressions of interest for consultants interested in is required under párrafo1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by IDA Credits dela January 2011 (deConsultores Standards) regarding conflict of interest policy of the World Bank. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of enparticipación partnership (JV) or sub-contractors in order to improve their grades. Consultants will be selected based on the method of selection based on Quality and Cost described in the Consultant Guidelines. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address indicated alfinal this notice. Expressions of interest must be written recibidaspor (personally, by correofísico, fax, or email) to the address below, no later than November 10, 2014 at 5:00 pm (Eastern Standard Time of the Republic deHonduras): Omar HumbertoZuniga General Coordinator Project Management Unit of the Secretariat Financial Packages Seventh Floor of the Ministry of Finance Avenida Cervantes, Waterfront Building Quinchon Leon. Center Tegucigalpa, Honduras Tel: + 5042220-0133 Fax: + 5042222-6120 Email: WILFREDO RAFAEL CERRATORODRIGUEZ SECRETARY OF STATE IN THE OFFICE Financial Packages

HN Social Protection - P115592

Unidad Coordinadora de Proyectos | Published February 16, 2016

General Procurement Notice ANUNCIOGENERAL PROCUREMENT Republic deHonduras parael Proyectode Additional Financing Social Protection General Ad deAdquisiciones Credit No.5603-HN The Republic of Honduras has requested a credit AsociaciónInternacional (IDA) for an amount equivalent to US $ 25,000,000.00, yse intends to use funds to make the corresponding areas of acquisition of goods, related services, other than those deconsultorías and services consultoríaen the framework of this project payments. The proyectocomprenderá the following components: COMPONENT1: INSTITUTIONAL Procurement of Goods, serviciosconexos, services other than consulting and deconsultoría services. Acquisition Description: Computer equipment, Generadoreseléctricos, licenses, office supplies and consumables, deoficina furniture, reproduction services, rent, communications, insurance policies, audits, lifting only socioeconomic profile (FSU), current and potential participants program evaluation process consulting parael Satisfaction Beneficiaries in the area ruraldel program evaluation plan and differential indigenous model DEPARTMENT Thank God. etc. COMPONENT II: CCT (TMC) TMC Description Delivery Program hogareselegiblesdel fulfill their responsibilities in education and / or health, and servicesWorking bank fee for the delivery of the TMC. Consultoríase services selected in accordance with the Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultorespor World Bank Borrowers, julio2014. Amedida ads that are available específicosde procurement contracts to be tendered will be published under losprocedimientos international competitive bidding (ICB) Y to World Bank consultant contracts of high value, in UN Development businessy dgMarket, in local newspapers, on the Honducompras portal and the portalinstitucional. Sub Secretariat IntegraciónSocial (SSIS) / Family Allowance Programme (PRAF) deproyectos Coordinating Unit (PCU) Address: Building tagged falcons, Kuwait Boulevard, next to the Presidential Honor Guard, frentea station one at a pair of building Civil Court , Fourth floor. Repúblicade Honduras, CA Tel: (504) 2230-2299
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