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

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

EDF — Skills and technical education programme (STEP)

The Government of the Republic of Malawi, represented by the National Authorising Office (NAO), Ministry of Finance, Economic Planning and Development, NAO Support Unit | Published December 2, 2016  -  Deadline January 31, 2017
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43800000

EDF — Skills and technical education programme (STEP)

EDF — Skills and technical education programme (STEP)

The Government of the Republic of Malawi, represented by the National Authorising Office (NAO), Ministry of Finance, Economic Planning and Development, NAO Support Unit | Published October 8, 2016  -  Deadline December 9, 2016
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43800000

EDF — Skills and technical education programme (STEP)

Fiscal Agent for Education Common Funding Mechanism

United Nations Children's Fund | Published February 1, 2017
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Fiscal Agent for Education Common Funding Mechanism      

EDF — Supply contract under skills and technical education programme (STEP)

The Government of the Republic of Malawi, represented by the National Authorising Office (NAO), Ministry of Finance, Economic Planning and Development, NAO Support Unit | Published July 9, 2016
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EDF — Supply contract under skills and technical education programme (STEP)

AOI - Malawi - Supply and delivery of Furniture to the Polytechnic - Higher Education Support Project

 | Published May 29, 2017
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AOI - Malawi - Supply and delivery of Furniture to the Polytechnic - Higher Education Support Project

Research and Education Capacity Network Infrastructure.

The Ubuntunet Alliance | Published June 4, 2015  -  Deadline July 2, 2015
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64210000

The UbuntuNet Alliance (UA) is seeking offers for capacity services under the forthcoming AfricaConnect 2 project. The project, funded by the Pan African Programme (http://ec.europa.eu/europeaid/regions/africa/continental-cooperation/pan-african-programme_en) will build upon the high-capacity network for research and education that has been partially established in the Southern and Eastern Africa (ESA) region under the AfricaConnect 1 funding programme (which finished successfully on 5.5.2015). The programme, supported by a combined EC and African NREN budget of 10 000 000 EUR, will increase the resilience of extant links and reach out to newly joining NRENs to the UA from within ESA. It will support the new and improved network between the region and the world wide community of Research and Education Networks by continuing to connect with GÉANT, the pan-European Research and Education Network operated by GÉANT Ltd. The beneficiaries of AfricaConnect are the NRENs under the UbuntuNet Alliance, the regional Research and Education Network for the ESA region. The Alliance currently has membership drawn from 15 countries namely: The Democratic Republic of Congo, South Africa, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania, Burundi, Uganda and Zambia. The project has European partners comprising the National Research and Education Networks (NREN) of Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands and Portugal who respectively represent the GÉANT community. AfricaConnect 1 has already established a network within ESA with the following links in production; 1. SEACOM CLS, Mtunzini to KDN Data Center, Sameer Park, Nairobi with drops at SEACOM CLS Maputo and SEACOM CLS Dar es Salaam, @ STM 4. 2. KDN Data Centre, Sameer Park, Nairobi to VLP room, Telecom House Rwanda, Kigali with a drop at NITA-U Data Centre, Statistics House, Kampala, @ STM 4. 3. EASSY CLS, Mtunzini to Amsterdam with a drop at KDN Data Centre, Sameer Park, Nairobi, @ STM 4. 4. Seacom CLS, Dar Es Salaam to ZAMREN PoP, Lusaka, @ STM 4. 5. ZAMREN PoP, Lusaka, to London with a drop in Cape Town, South Africa @ STM-4 6. Moanda CLS, DRC to Internet Solutions PoP, Bree Street, Cape Town. This Competitive Dialogue procurement will seek to establish the shape of any contractual and commercial arrangements to support the network in terms of increases of bandwidth on extant routes as well as the establishment of new routes to newly joining NRENs in countries such as Sudan, Malawi, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Madagascar, Burundi and Somalia. Later stages of the overarching programme of work under Africa Connect 2 may be to look at future options for connecting into the forthcoming WACREN network in West Africa (also funded through the Pan African Programme). The length of any resulting contracts are anticipated to be 10 years or more and term will be one of the key aspects of the competitive dialogue process, along with commercial and contractual aspects this will be discussed in the dialogue stage as well as the potential route options. The initial route options that we wish to consider and explore with potential infrastructure providers are (please note that not all links will be purchased and evaluation will be based upon both quality and commercial criteria), as follows: 1. An STM-4 link from Kampala to Amsterdam with drops in Kigali, Dar es Salaam and Nairobi, with the Kampala-Kigali span preferably on different infrastructure from the existing link. 2. An STM-4 link from Kampala to Amsterdam with drops in Kigali and Dar es salaam with the Kampala-Kigali span preferably on different infrastructure from the existing link. 3. An STM-4 link from Kigali to Amsterdam with a drop in Dar es salaam and Nairobi PQQ documentation, draft requirements and guidance documents are available on the Alliance's procurement pages at www.ubuntunet.net/procurement. Please download the PQQ and submit it to procurement@ubuntunet.net by the first week in July as indicated in this contract notice. Clarification questions may also be sent to the procurement@ubuntunuet.net email address.

SPN – Malawi - Support to Higher Education, Science and Technology – HEST – 02 2015

 | Published February 3, 2015
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SPECIFIC PROCUREMENT NOTICE (SPN) Name of Country: Malawi Name of Project: Support to Higher Education, Science and Technology (HEST) NTF Grant number: 2200160000939 IFB Number: ICB025/IPC/MoEST/HEST/G/2014/005 IFB Title : Supply and Delivery of Books Date of Issue: 9th February, 2015 1. This Invitation for Bids follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN) for this project that appeared in UNDB online of AfDB 18-04-12 on-line and on the African Development Bank Group’s Internet Website. 2. The Ministry of Education Science and Technology has received Financing from the African Development Bank in various currencies towards the cost of Support to Higher Education, Science and Technology (HEST) 3 It is intended that part of the proceeds of this loan will be applied to eligible payments under the contract for Supply and Delivery of Books for Salima, Lilongwe, Nasawa and Soche Technical Colleges. 4. The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology/Education Infrastructure Management Unit now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the Supply and Delivery of Books. 5. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from and inspect the bidding documents at the Procurement Unit, Education Infrastructure Management Unit, Private Bag 57, Lilongwe. 6. A complete set of bidding documents may be purchased by interested bidders on the submission of a written application to the above and upon payment of a non-refundable fee of MK5, 000.00. 8. The provisions in the Instructions to Bidders and in the General Conditions of Contract are the provisions of the African Development Bank Standard Bidding Document for Procurement of Goods and Services. 9. Bids must be delivered to the above office on or before 27th March, 2015 and must be accompanied by a bid security (bank guarantee) of MK500,000.00. 10. Bids will be opened in the presence of bidders’ representatives who choose to attend at 14:00pm Malawi local time on 27th March, 2015 at Education Infrastructure Management Unit’s Conference Room. 11. The interested bidders should deliver their bids to the address below not later than 14:00pm on 27th March, 2015. The Chairman, Internal Procurement Committee Education Infrastructure Management Unit (EIMU) Rainbow House Paul Kagame Road Lilongwe, Malawi

Research and Education Capacity Network Infrastructure

Ubuntunet Alliance | Published May 31, 2016  -  Deadline June 24, 2016
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64210000

The UbuntuNet Alliance (UA) is seeking offers for capacity services under the AfricaConnect 2 project. The project, funded by the Pan African Programme (http://ec.europa.eu/europeaid/regions/africa/continental-cooperation/pan-african-programme_en) will build upon the high-capacity network for research and education that has been partially established in the Southern and Eastern Africa (ESA) region under the AfricaConnect 1 funding programme (which finished successfully on 5.5.2015).

The programme, supported by a combined EC and African NREN budget of 10 000 000 EUR, will increase the resilience of extant links and reach out to newly joining NRENs to the UA from within ESA. It will support the new and improved network between the region and the world wide community of Research and Education Networks by continuing to connect with GÉANT, the pan-European Research and Education Network operated by GÉANT Ltd.

The beneficiaries of AfricaConnect are the NRENs under the UbuntuNet Alliance, the regional Research and Education Network for the ESA region. The Alliance currently has membership drawn from 15 countries namely: The Democratic Republic of Congo, South Africa, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania, Burundi, Uganda and Zambia.

AfricaConnect 1 has already established a network within ESA with the following links in production:

1. Seacom CLS, Mtunzini to KDN Data Center, Sameer Park, Nairobi with drops at Seacom CLS Maputo and Seacom CLS Dar es Salaam, @ STM 4.

2. KDN Data Centre, Sameer Park, Nairobi to VLP room, Telecom House Rwanda, Kigali with a drop at NITA-U Data Centre, Statistics House, Kampala, @ STM 4.

3. Eassy CLS, Mtunzini to Amsterdam with a drop at KDN Data Centre, Sameer Park, Nairobi, @ STM 4.

4. Seacom CLS, Dar Es Salaam to Zamren PoP, Lusaka, @ STM 4.

5. Zamren PoP, Lusaka, to London with a drop in Cape Town, South Africa @ STM-4.

6. Moanda CLS, DRC to Internet Solutions PoP, Bree Street, Cape Town.

This Competitive Dialogue procurement will seek to establish the shape of any contractual and commercial arrangements to support the network in terms of increases of bandwidth on extant routes as well as the establishment of new routes to newly joining NRENs in countries such as Sudan, Malawi, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Madagascar, Burundi and Somalia. Later stages of the overarching programme of work under Africa Connect 2 may be to look at future options for connecting into the forthcoming WACREN network in West Africa (also funded through the Pan African Programme).

The length of any resulting contracts are anticipated to be 10 years, or more, and the term will be one of the key aspects of the competitive dialogue process, along with commercial and contractual aspects this will be discussed in the dialogue stage as well as the potential route options.

The route options that we wish to consider and explore with potential infrastructure providers are (please note that we may not necessarily purchase all links stated below — contract awards will be based upon both quality and commercial criteria), as set out below, as well as overall affordability in the context of the commercial readiness of the target NREN(s):

Upon the high-capacity network for research and education that has been partially established in the Southern and Eastern Africa (ESA) region under the AfricaConnect 1 funding programme (which finished successfully on 5.5.2015).

The programme, supported by a combined EC and African NREN budget of 10 000 000 EUR, will increase the resilience of extant links and reach out to newly joining NRENs to the UA from within ESA. It will support the new and improved network between the region and the world wide community of Research and Education Networks by continuing to connect with GÉANT, the pan-European Research and Education Network operated by GÉANT Ltd.

The beneficiaries of AfricaConnect are the NRENs under the UbuntuNet Alliance, the regional Research and Education Network for the ESA region. The Alliance currently has membership drawn from 15 countries namely: The Democratic Republic of Congo, South Africa, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania, Burundi, Uganda and Zambia. The project has European partners comprising the National Research and Education Networks (NREN) of Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands and Portugal who respectively represent the GÉANT community.

AfricaConnect 1 has already established a network within ESA with the following links in production:

1. Seacom CLS, Mtunzini to KDN Data Center, Sameer Park, Nairobi with drops at Seacom CLS Maputo and Seacom CLS Dar es Salaam, @ STM 4.

2. KDN Data Centre, Sameer Park, Nairobi to VLP room, Telecom House Rwanda, Kigali with a drop at NITA-U Data Centre, Statistics House, Kampala, @ STM 4.

3. Eassy CLS, Mtunzini to Amsterdam with a drop at KDN Data Centre, Sameer Park, Nairobi, @ STM 4.

4. Seacom CLS, Dar Es Salaam to Zamren PoP, Lusaka, @ STM 4.

5. Zamren PoP, Lusaka, to London with a drop in Cape Town, South Africa @ STM-4

6. Moanda CLS, DRC to Internet Solutions PoP, Bree Street, Cape Town.

This Competitive Dialogue procurement will seek to establish the shape of any contractual and commercial arrangements to support the network in terms of increases of bandwidth on extant routes as well as the establishment of new routes to newly joining NRENs in countries such as Sudan, Malawi, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Madagascar, Burundi and Somalia. Later stages of the overarching programme of work under Africa Connect 2 may be to look at future options for connecting into the forthcoming WACREN network in West Africa (also funded through the Pan African Programme).

The length of any resulting contracts are anticipated to be 10 years, or more, and the term will be one of the key aspects of the competitive dialogue process, along with commercial and contractual aspects this will be discussed in the dialogue stage as well as the potential route options.

The route options that we wish to consider and explore with potential infrastructure providers are (please note that we may not necessarily purchase all links stated below — contract awards will be based upon both quality and commercial criteria), as set out below, as well as overall affordability in the context of the commercial readiness of the target NREN(s):

1. A 1 Gb/s link from Mtunzini to Capetown.

2. An STM-1 link from Dar Es Salaam to Mogadishu.

3. 2xSTM-1 link from Dar es Salaam to Port Sudan.

4. 1xSTM-4 link to Blantyre, Malawi to any of the nearest, most cost effective UbuntuNet Alliance PoP (Lusaka, Maputo, Dar es salaam).

5. 1x STM-4 link between Dar es salaam and Cape Town with a drop in Lusaka.

6. 1xSTM-4 link between Lusaka and Maputo with a drop in Blantyre.

7. 1x STM-4 link Cape Town and Lusaka, passing through Namibia.

8. Options in respect of capacity upgrades on extant links to Europe, between Nairobi and Amsterdam, and between Dar es salaam and Amsterdam (see above).

We may also wish to consider options in respect of the extant backbone and upgrades thereof at capacities of STM4 and STM16. These links would be between Nairobi and Mtunzini, Mtunzini to Nairobi through Maputo and Dar Es Salaam, onwards to Amsterdam and from Nairobi to Amsterdam.

PQQ documentation, draft requirements and guidance documents are available on the Alliance's procurement pages at www.ubuntunet.net/procurement

Please download the PQQ and submit it to procurement@ubuntunet.net by the 15th June as indicated in this contract notice. Clarification questions may also be sent to the procurement@ubuntunuet.net email address.

MW-Proj to Improve Education Quality in - P114847

Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST) | Published December 10, 2014  -  Deadline January 14, 2015
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Supply And Delivery Of Secondary School Starter Pack Textbooks Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MOEST) Invitation for Bids (IFB) Name of Country: Malawi Name of Project: Project toImprove Education Quality in Malawi(PIEQM) Creditnumber: IDA47530 IFB Number:  ICB 025/IPC/MOEST/JFA/G/2014/01 IFB Title: Supply and Delivery of Secondary School StarterPack Textbooks Date of Issue: 1st December,2014 Project No: P114847 1            ThisInvitation for Bids follows the General Procurement Notice for this Project that appeared in Development Business, issue no.777 of June 30, 2010. 2.         The Government of the Republic of Malawiacting through Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST)hasreceived fundsin the amount of US$50 million equivalent from the International Development Association (IDA) of the World Bank and US$90million equivalent from the Education for All - Fast Track Initiative towards the cost of the Project to Improve Education Qualityin Malawi (PIEQM) and it intends to use part of the proceeds to payments for goods, works, related services and consulting servicesto be procured under this Project. The Project will be part of the Malawi National Education Sector Implementation Plan (ESIP) tobe financed by various Partners and the Government of Malawi. The participating Partners include the UK Department for InternationalDevelopment (DfID), United States Agency for International Development (USAID), German Development Cooperation (GDC), JapanInternational Cooperation Agency (JICA), Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), International Development Association(World Bank or IDA), Education forAll - Fast Track Initiative (EFA-FTI), African Development Bank (AfDB), United Nations Children'sFund (UNICEF), and World Food Programme (WFP). Participating Partners will provide funds in a pooled or discrete manner at thechoice of the Partner. The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST)  is an  implementing agency on behalf of the Government of Malawi, and it intends to applypart of the proceeds of these funds to payments under the Contract for Supply and Delivery of Secondary School Starter Pack Textbooks, under  ICB contract No:ICB 025/ICB/MOEST/JFA/G/2014/01 3.         The Chairman, Internal Procurement Committee,Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST) now invites sealed bids from eligible and qualified biddersfor the Supply and Delivery of Secondary School Starter Pack Textbooks, as following: LOT# Description Qty Unit of Measure Delivery point Delivery period 1 NORTHERN REGION SECONDARY SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS A Junior Secondary School Textbooks 150,324 Each SecondarySchools as per distribution/packing list 16 to 18weeks fromdate of LC confirmation B SeniorSecondary School Textbooks 33,948 Each 2 CENTRALREGION SECONDARY SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS A Junior Secondary School Textbooks 318,452 Each SecondarySchools as per distribution/packing list 16 to 18weeks fromdate of LC confirmation B SeniorSecondary School Textbooks 52,496 Each 3 SOUTHERNREGION SECONDARY SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS A Junior Secondary School Textbooks 332,820 Each SecondarySchools as per distribution/packing list 16 to 18weeks fromdate of LC confirmation B SeniorSecondary School Textbooks 64,359 Each Total 952,399 Bidders are free to bid for one lot or any combination of lots, but if they do so they should quote for 100% of itemsspecified in the lot. The basis of evaluation and award islot basis. 4.         Bidding will be conducted through theInternational Competitive Bidding (ICB) proceduresspecified in the World Bank Guidelines;Procurement under IBRD Loans and credits of May 2004, Revised October 2006 and May 2010 and open to all bidders fromEligibleSource Countries as defined in the Guidelines. 5.         Interested eligible bidders may obtain furtherinformation from address 1 below and Attention Deputy Director of Procurement , e-mailaddress: ffkasonda@yahoo.co.uk, and inspect the Bidding Documents at theaddress (1)given below from 8:00 am to 12:00 noon and from 1:00 pm to 5:00pm in the afternoon. 6.         Qualifications requirements include: Five (5) years ofexperience in supplying similar goods, documentary evidence offour contracts of value not less than USD1, 000,000.00 performed in the past five (5)years, ending on the bid submissiondeadline, bank references demonstrating the availability of sufficient funds of not lessthan 30% of the total bid price and or lines of credit to successfully perform thecontract of amount not less than 30% of the total bid price. Documentary evidence to demonstrate that it has adequate logistical capacity for inland delivery of goodsto the schools such as customs clearing, warehousing and distribution (ownership of trucks) or provide plans to hire the servicesfor the same purpose. A margin of preferencefor eligible national bidders "shallnot" be applied. Additional details are provided in the BiddingDocuments. 7.         A complete set of Bidding Documents in English may be purchased by interested bidders on the submission of a written Applicationto the address (1) below and upon payment of a non refundable fee of MK5,000.00 (Five Thousand Kwacha only) or in USD$25 equivalent. The method of payment will be cash or Bank Certified Cheque and a General Receipt willbe issued for all payments from the Cash or Bank Certified Cheque. The Bidding Documents will be collected by bidderimmediately upon payment or be sent by express mail or courier in which case theapplicant/bidder should clearly indicate the delivery address and bear the costs. 8.         Bids must be delivered to the address (2) below(by depositing in a tender box located on the first floor near entrance to the Conference Room) at or before 15:00 hours Local Time on 14thJanuary, 2015. Electronic biddingwill not be permitted. Late bids will be rejected.  Bids will be openedin thepresence of the bidders' representatives who choose to attend in person at the address (3) below at immediately after 15:00 hours Local Time on 14thJanuary, 2015  in the Conference Room.  All bids must be accompanied by a Bid Security of at least 2% (Two Percent) of the total bid value. 9.         The addresses referred to aboveare: (1) Address for purchasing and inspection of biddingDocuments: The DeputyDirector of Procurement Ministry ofEducation, Science and Technology Capital HillCircle 1stFloor, Room No. 71 Lilongwe, Malawi Attention:Deputy Director of  Procurement Tel. No. +265(0) 1 789 153 (2) Address for submission of bidding documents (by depositing in a tender box ? first Floor near entrance to the ConferenceRoom) The Chairman, Internal Procurement Committee Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST) Capital Hill Circle, Lilongwe, Malawi (3) Address for Opening BiddingDocuments Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST) Headquarters, 1st Floor -Conference Room Capital Hill Circle, Lilongwe, Malawi Signed Chairman, Internal Procurement Committee Ministry of Education,Science and Technology

Education Real Time Monitoring / Information system to be developed, deployed and managed in 129 schools in 10 districts in Malawi.

United Nations Children's Fund | Published March 24, 2015  -  Deadline April 7, 2015
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Education Real Time Monitoring / Information system to be developed, deployed and managed in 129 schools in 10 districts in Malawi.

Education Real Time Monitoring / Information system to be developed, deployed and managed in 129 schools in 10 districts in Malawi.

United Nations Children's Fund | Published February 20, 2015  -  Deadline March 20, 2015
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Education Real Time Monitoring / Information system to be developed, deployed and managed in 129 schools in 10 districts in Malawi.

SPN – Malawi - Supply, Delivery and Installation of Furniture for ODL Facility - Support to Higher Education, Science and Technology

 | Published May 29, 2017
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SPN – Malawi - Supply, Delivery and Installation of Furniture for ODL Facility - Support to Higher Education, Science and Technology

SPN – Malawi - Supply, Delivery and Installation of Laboratory Equipment for ODL Facility - Support to Higher Education, Science and Technology

 | Published May 29, 2017
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SPN – Malawi - Supply, Delivery and Installation of Laboratory Equipment for ODL Facility - Support to Higher Education, Science and Technology

AOI - Malawi - Supply and Installation of ICT Equipment and Related Services at the Polytechnic - Higher Education Support Project

 | Published May 29, 2017
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AOI - Malawi - Supply and Installation of ICT Equipment and Related Services at the Polytechnic - Higher Education Support Project

Design of TVET Management Information System (component of the Better Education for Africa’s Rise (BEAR) project)

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization | Published March 2, 2016
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United Nations Educational, Science and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) hereby invite qualified companies to submit sealed tenders as follows:

Under the Better Education for Africa’s Rise (BEAR) project, the Contractor will provide technical assistance and capacity development support to the Government of Malawi (TEVETA) in designing a TVET Management Information System (MIS), based on an in-depth Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) analysis and needs assessment, that is designed in close collaboration with national stakeholders and is coherent with other MISs, in particular education (E-MIS) and labour market (LM-MIS) in the beneficiary country.

Please refer to attached Procurement Notice

 

SPN – Malawi - Supply, Delivery and Installation of ICT Equipment and Services for ODL Facility - Support to Higher Education, Science and Technology

 | Published May 29, 2017
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SPN – Malawi - Supply, Delivery and Installation of ICT Equipment and Services for ODL Facility - Support to Higher Education, Science and Technology

AOI - Malawi - Supply, Delivery and Installation of Furniture for ICT Business Centre and Laboratories at Chancellor College - Higher Education Support Project

 | Published May 29, 2017
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AOI - Malawi - Supply, Delivery and Installation of Furniture for ICT Business Centre and Laboratories at Chancellor College - Higher Education Support Project

AOI - Malawi - Supply, Delivery and Installation of ICT Equipment and Services for ICT Business Centre and Laboratories at Chancellor College - - Higher Education Support Project

 | Published May 29, 2017
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AOI - Malawi - Supply, Delivery and Installation of ICT Equipment and Services for ICT Business Centre and Laboratories at Chancellor College - - Higher Education Support Project

EDF — Technical assistance to the improving secondary education in Malawi (ISEM) programme

Regeringen i Republikken Malawi, der er repræsenteret af den nationale anvisningsberettigede, ministeriet for finanser, økonomisk planlægning og udvikling, støtteenheden for den nationale anvisningsberettigede | Published November 10, 2015  -  Deadline November 16, 2015
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EDF — Technical assistance to the improving secondary education in Malawi (ISEM) programme