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Sudan Basic Education Recovery Project - P128644

Basic Education Recovery Project (BERP) | Published February 11, 2015  -  Deadline March 25, 2015
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Printing And Supply Of Six Textbooks For Basic Education Invitation for Bids (IFB) Republic ofSudan FederalMinistry of Education Basic Education Recovery Project (BERP) Printingand Supply of Six Textbooks for Basic Education (GPE) Grant No : TF013351 IFB Number:ICB/GOODS/BERP/GPE/01/2014 (Lot 1 to 5) 1.         The Government of Sudan (GoS) has received financing from the Global Partnership forEducation Fund (GPE) to be administered by the World Bank toward the cost of the Sudan Basic Education Recovery Project (BERP), andit intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments for goods, works, related services and consulting services to be procuredunder this project, and it intends to apply part of the proceeds under the contractforprinting and supply of Six Textbooks (Maths. grade 4, 5 & 6; Science grade 4 & 5; and English grade 6) for Basic Schools in Sudan for Basic Education in five Lots (IFB No. ICB/GOODS/BERP/GPE/01/2014 (Lot 1 to5). 2.        The Federal Ministry of Education now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for theprinting and supply of  the following five Lots of the Six Textbooks for Basic Education: Lot number Brief description Textbooks'Quantities Consignee: Headquarter of the State Ministry of Education of the states givenbelow Lot 1 Textbook for Khartoum Cluster 864,050 Khartoum, Northern and River Nile Lot 2 Textbook for Eastern Cluster 498,050 Red Sea, Kassala and Gedarif Lot 3 Textbook for Darfur Cluster 697,100 North Darfur, South Darfur and WestDarfur Lot 4 Textbook for  Central Cluster 1,120,200 Gezera, White Nile , Blue Nile andSinnar Lot 5 Textbook for  Kordofan Cluster 763,750 North Kordfan, South Kordfan, West Kordfan , Centre Darfur and EastDarfur Details of subject and consignee wise distribution of the textbooks  is provided in Section VII. Schedule of Requirements of the Bidding Document. Bidders may quote for one lot, more than one lot or for all thelots. 3.         Bidding will be conducted through the International Competitive Biddingprocedures as specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement of Goods, Works and Non-Consulting Services under IBRD Loans andIDA Credits &Grants by World Bank Borrowers January 2011 ("Procurement Guidelines"), and is open to all eligible bidders asdefined in the Procurement Guidelines. 4. Toqualify for the award of the contract, abidder shall meet, besides other requirements in the biddingdocument, the following minimumqualifying criteria: General Experience Minimum of three years in operationprior to the date of bid submission with an important part of its business being the manufacturing of printed and bound educationalmaterials. SpecificExperience Successfullycompleted, in the last five years prior to bid submission, a minimum of two contracts similar in size and scope of the lot quotingfor. If the bidder isquoting for more than one lot and the bidder meets this requirement for the larger lot, it qualify for thesmaller lot also, but not the vice versa. Financial Information a. Audited financial reports for at least two complete fiscal years that demonstrate the soundness of itsfinancial position and that it has the financial resources to perform the proposed contract. b. For each lot quoting for, documentary evidence of availability of liquidity or access to aBank credit facility, equivalent to 20% of the amount of the offered price.  Thesedocuments could be a bank letter certifying that funds are available, a bank statement showing the balanceon the bank account, or abank's letter certifying access to a line of credit. Production  and DistributionCapacity The average annual productionrequired should be at least 2.5 times the value of the contract quoting for during the last threeyears. It must have available  the following facilities and theappropriate skilled staff to operate them: Camera, plate making equipment, sheet-fed or web-fed offset printing machinery capableof printing in multiple colors, finishing and binding equipment, packing facility, delivery facility, storage facility,distribution facility. Bidders should also submit their production plan (machines to beemployed, the capacity of their machines,quality assurance system...) and distribution plan (available vehicles, manpower deployed ...), how they complete the project withthe specified timeframe. 5.         Interested eligible bidders may obtainfurther information and inspect the bidding documents at the address given below during office hours (9.00-16.00 hours) Sunday toThursday: Basic Education Recovery Project (BERP) Nile Avenue ,Khartoum,Sudan East of Federal Ministry of Education Tel: +249912325778 / Email: yousifkarrar5@gmail.com CC :Tel: +249912140642 / E-mail: hashim_hamza88@yahoo.com 6.         A complete set of BiddingDocuments in English may be purchased by interested bidders on the submission of a written application to the address below andupon payment of a non-refundable fee of Euro 70 or SDG 500 in cash.  (The bidding document is being provided in the hard copy. However,only for the convenience of the bidders, in filling the various forms and the Bill of Quantities, a soft copy in CDis also being given along with the hard copy. But bidders should note that in case of any difference in the hard and the soft copy,the one in hard copy only will prevail.) 7.        Bids must bedelivered to the address below on or before ­­­­ 25 March,2015 at 12:00 Hrs. Sudan local time. Late bids will be rejected. Bids shall be opened immediately after bid submission deadline, in the presence of the bidders or the bidders'representativeswho choose to attend in person, at the same location as for bidsubmission. 8.        All bids must beaccompanied by a Bid Security  of amount specifiedbelow: Lot'sNo. Amount of Bid Security (in Euro asbelow or an equivalent amount in a freely convertible currency of eligible country) Lot (1) Textbook for KhartoumCluster 27,500 EURO Lot (2) Textbook for EasternCluster 16,000 EURO Lot (3) Textbook for DarfurCluster 22,500 EURO Lot (4) Textbookfor  Central Cluster 35,500 EURO Lot (5) Textbook for  Kordofan Cluster 24,500EURO 9.         The address  referred to above is: Basic Education Recovery Project (BERP) Nile Avenue , Khartoum,Sudan East of Federal Ministry of Education Tel: +249912325778 /E - mail: yousifkarrar5@gmail.com CC Tel:  +249912140642 / E- mail: hashim_hamza88@yahoo.com

Risk Education in 3 operational areas of Darfur

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published May 12, 2017
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Sudan Basic Education Recovery Project - P128644

Basic Education Recovery Program (BERP) | Published April 6, 2016  -  Deadline May 18, 2016
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Printing And Supply Of Nine Students Books For Basic Education Invitation for Bids (IFB) Republic ofSudan FederalMinistry of Education Basic Education Recovery Program (BERP) Printingand Supply of Nine Students' books for Basic Education (GPE) Grant No :TF013351 IFB Number:ICB/GOODS/BERP/GPE/01/2016 (Lot 1 to 5) 1.         The Governmentof Sudan (GoS) has received financing from the Global Partnership for Education Fund (GPE) to be administered by the World Banktoward the cost of the Sudan Basic Education Recovery Project (BERP), and it intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments forgoods, works, related services and consulting services to be procured under this project, andit intends to apply part of the proceeds under the contractfor printing and supply of five (5) Students' books (Math Grade3, Arabic Grade3, Science Grade3, Geography Grade 3, Atlas Book and Related Teacher Guides) for Basic Schools in Sudan for Basic Education in five Lots (IFB No. ICB/GOODS/BERP/GPE/01/2016 (Lot 1 to5). 2.        The Federal Ministry of Education now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the printing andsupply of the following five Lots ofthe Six Students' books for Basic Education: Lot number Brief description Students' books'Quantities Teacher  guides'Quantities Consignee: Headquarter of the State Ministry of Education of the states givenbelow Lot 1 Students' books & Teacher guides for Khartoum Cluster 734,570 11,019 Khartoum, Northern and River Nile Lot 2 Students' books & Teacher guides for Eastern Cluster 478,235 7,173 Red Sea, Kassala and Gedarif Lot 3 Students' books & Teacher guides for Darfur Cluster 575,485 8,631 North Darfur, South Darfur and West Darfur Lot 4 Students' books & Teacher guides for  Central Cluster 1,084,825 16,272 Gezera, White Nile , Blue Nileand Sinnar Lot 5 Students' books & Teacher guides for  KordofanCluster 780,275 11,706 North Kordfan, SouthKordfan, WestKordfan , Centre Darfur and East Darfur A detail of subject and consignee wise distribution of the Students' books is provided inSection VII. Schedule of Requirements of the Bidding Document. Bidders may quote for one lot, more than one lot or for all thelots. 3.         Bidding will be conducted through the InternationalCompetitive Bidding procedures as specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement ofGoods, Works and Non-Consulting Services under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits &Grants by World BankBorrowers January 2011 ("Procurement Guidelines"), and is open to all eligiblebidders as defined in the ProcurementGuidelines. 4. Toqualify for the award of the contract, abidder shall meet, besides other requirements in the bidding document,the following minimum qualifying criteria: General Experience Minimum of three years in operationprior to the date of bid submission with an important part of its business being the manufacturing of printed and bound educationalmaterials. SpecificExperience Successfullycompleted, in the last five years prior to bid submission, a minimum of two contracts similar in size and scope of the lot quotingfor. If the bidder isquoting for more than one lot and the bidder meets this requirement for the larger lot, it qualify for thesmaller lot also, but not the vice versa. Financial Information a. Auditedfinancial reports for at least two complete fiscal years that demonstrate the soundness of its financial position and that it hasthe financial resources to perform the proposed contract. (the soundness of the financial position of the firm in terms of financial indices such asprofitability, asset/liability ratio etc.) b. For each lot quoting for, documentary evidence of availability of liquidity or access to a Bank credit facility,equivalent to 20% of the amount of the offered price.  Thesedocuments could be a bank letter certifyingthat funds are available, a bank statement showing the balance on thebank account, or abank's letter certifying access to a line of credit. Production  andDistribution Capacity The average annual productionrequired should be at least 2.5 times the value/volume as appropriateof the contract quoting for during the last threeyears. It must haveavailable  thefollowing facilities and the appropriate skilledstaff to operate them: Camera, plate making equipment, sheet-fed or web-fed offset printing machinery capable of printing inmultiple colors, finishing and binding equipment, packing facility, delivery facility, storage facility, distributionfacility. Biddersshould also submit their production plan (machines to be employed, the capacity of their machines, quality assurance system...) anddistribution plan (available vehicles, manpower deployed ...), how they complete the project with the specifiedtimeframe. 5.         Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information and inspect the bidding documents at the address given belowduring office hours (9.00-16.00 hours) Sunday to Thursday: Federal Ministry of Education Basic Education Recovery Program (BERP) Nile Avenue ,Khartoum,Sudan Tel:  +249912140642 / E-mail: hashim_hamza88@yahoo.com CC Tel: +249912553225 / E-mail: hussintom@hotmail.com 6.            A complete set of Bidding Documents in English may be purchased byinterested bidders and upon payment of a non-refundable fee of SDG 100in cash if collected in person and free of cost if collected through courier serviceby outstation bidders. At a time of collection of bidding document the name of bidder, the phone number and emailaddress must beprovided.  (The bidding document is being provided in the hard copy. However, only for the convenienceof the bidders, in filling the various forms and the Bill of Quantities, a soft copyin CD is also being given along with the hard copy. But bidders should note that in case of any differencein the hard and the soft copy, the one in hard copy only will prevail.) 7.         Bids must be delivered to the address below on or before­­­­ May18th, 2016 , at 12:00 Hrs. Sudan local time. Late bids will be rejected. Bids shall be openedimmediately after bid submission deadline,in the presence of the bidders or the bidders' representatives who choose to attend inperson, at the same location as for bidsubmission. 8.        All bidsmust be accompanied by a Bid Security of amount specified below: Lot'sNo. Amount of Bid Security (in Euro asbelow or an equivalent amount in a freely convertible currency of eligible country) Lot (1) Students' books &Teacher guides for Khartoum Cluster EURO 10,450 Lot (2) Students' books &Teacher guides  forEastern Cluster EURO 6,800 Lot (3) Students' books &Teacher guides for Darfur Cluster EURO 8,200 Lot (4)Students' books &Teacher guides for  Central Cluster EURO 15,400 Lot (5) Students' books &Teacher guides for  Kordofan Cluster EURO 11,100 9.  The validity period of bid securityshall be 28 daysbeyond the bid validity i.e. 148 (120 +28) days from the date of bid submission deadline. 10. The address referred to above is: Federal Ministry of Education Basic Education Recovery Program (BERP) Nile Avenue , Khartoum, Sudan Tel: +249912140642 / E- mail: hashim_hamza88@yahoo.com CC Tel: +249912325778 / E-mail: yousifkarrar5@gmail.com

Sudan Basic Education Recovery Project - P128644

Basic Education Recovery Program (BERP) | Published November 17, 2015  -  Deadline December 28, 2015
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Printing And Supply Of Nine Students Books For Basic Education Invitation for Bids (IFB) Republic ofSudan FederalMinistry of Education Basic Education Recovery Program (BERP) Printingand Supply of Nine Students' books for Basic Education (GPE) Grant No : TF013351 IFB Number:ICB/GOODS/BERP/GPE/01/2015 (Lot 1 to 5) 1.         The Governmentof Sudan (GoS) has received financing from the Global Partnership for Education Fund (GPE) to be administered by the World Banktoward the cost of the Sudan Basic Education Recovery Project (BERP), and it intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments forgoods, works, related services and consulting services to be procured under this project, andit intends to apply part of the proceeds under the contractfor printing and supply of Seven(7) Students' books (Maths. grade 1 & 2; Arabic grade 1 & 2; Sciencegrade 6&7 ;  English grade 7 andRelated Teacher Guides) for Basic Schools inSudan for Basic Education in five Lots (IFB No. ICB/GOODS/BERP/GPE/01/2015 (Lot 1 to 5). 2.        The Federal Ministry of Education now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for theprinting and supply of the followingfive Lots of the Six Students' bookss for Basic Education: Lot number Brief description Students' books'Quantities Quantities of Teacher  guides related to books already procured Quantities for Teacher  guides related to books underprocurement Consignee: Headquarter of the State Ministry of Education of the states givenbelow Lot 1 Students' books & Teacher guides for Khartoum Cluster 1,087,050 20,984 27,177 Khartoum, Northern and River Nile Lot 2 Students' books & Teacher guides for Eastern Cluster 660,850 12,242 16,519 Red Sea, Kassala and Gedarif Lot 3 Students' books & Teacher guides for Darfur Cluster 807,800 16,986 20,194 North Darfur, South Darfur and WestDarfur Lot 4 Students' books & Teacher guides for  CentralCluster 1,530,350 28,890 38,256 Gezera, White Nile , Blue Nile and Sinnar Lot 5 Students' books & Teacher guides for  Kordofan Cluster 1,044,700 18,782 26,120 North Kordfan, SouthKordfan, West Kordfan , Centre Darfur and EastDarfur A detail of subject and consignee wise distribution of the Students' books is provided inSection VII. Schedule of Requirements of the Bidding Document. Bidders may quote for one lot, more than one lot or for all thelots. 3.         Bidding will be conducted through the International Competitive Biddingprocedures as specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement of Goods, Works and Non-Consulting Services under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits&Grants by World Bank Borrowers January 2011 ("Procurement Guidelines"), and is open to all eligible bidders as defined in the ProcurementGuidelines. 4. Toqualify for the award of the contract, abidder shall meet, besides other requirements in the biddingdocument, the following minimumqualifying criteria: General Experience Minimum of three years in operationprior to the date of bid submission with an important part of its business being the manufacturing of printed and bound educationalmaterials. SpecificExperience Successfullycompleted, in the last five years prior to bid submission, a minimum of two contracts similar in size and scope of the lot quotingfor. If the bidder isquoting for more than one lot and the bidder meets this requirement for the larger lot, it qualify for thesmaller lot also, but not the vice versa. Financial Information a. Auditedfinancial reports for at least two complete fiscal years that demonstrate the soundness of its financial position and that it hasthe financial resources to perform the proposed contract. b. For each lot quoting for, documentary evidence of availability of liquidity or access to a Bank credit facility,equivalent to 20% of the amount of the offered price.  These documents could be a bankletter certifying that funds are available, a bank statement showing the balance on the bank account, or a bank's letter certifyingaccess to a line of credit. Production  and DistributionCapacity The average annual productionrequired should be at least 2.5 times the value of the contract quoting for during the last threeyears. It must haveavailable  the following facilities and the appropriate skilled staff to operate them:Camera, plate making equipment, sheet-fed or web-fed offset printing machinery capable of printing in multiple colors, finishingand binding equipment, packing facility, delivery facility, storage facility, distribution facility. Biddersshould also submit their production plan (machines to be employed, the capacity of their machines, quality assurance system...) anddistribution plan (available vehicles, manpower deployed ...), how they complete the project with the specifiedtimeframe. 5.         Interested eligible bidders mayobtain further information and inspect the bidding documents at the address given below during office hours (9.00-16.00 hours)Sunday to Thursday: Federal Ministry of Education Basic Education Recovery Program (BERP) Nile Avenue ,Khartoum,Sudan Tel:  +249912140642 / E-mail: hashim_hamza88@yahoo.com CC Tel: +249912553225 / E- mail: hussintom@hotmail.com 6.            A complete set of Bidding Documents in English may be purchased by interested bidders and upon payment of a non-refundable fee of SDG 100 in cash if collected in person and freeof cost if collected through courier service by outstation bidders. At a time of collection of bidding document the name of bidder,the phone number and email address must be provided.  (The bidding document is being provided in the hard copy. However, only for the convenience of thebidders, in filling the various forms and the Bill of Quantities, a soft copy in CD is also beinggiven along with thehard copy. But bidders should note that in case of any difference in the hard and the soft copy, the one in hard copy only willprevail.) 7.        Bids must bedelivered to the address below on or before ­­­­ December 28th, 2015, at 12:00 Hrs. Sudan local time. Late bids will be rejected. Bids shall beopened immediately after bid submission deadline, in the presence of the bidders or the bidders'representatives who choose toattend in person, at the same location as for bid submission. 8.        All bids must beaccompanied by a Bid Security of amount specified below: Lot'sNo. Amount of Bid Security (in Euro asbelow or an equivalent amount in a freely convertible currency of eligible country) Lot (1) Students' books &Teacher guides for Khartoum Cluster 13,500 EURO Lot (2) Students' books &Teacher guides  for Eastern Cluster 8,000  EURO Lot (3) Students' books &Teacher guides for Darfur Cluster 10,000 EURO Lot (4)Students' books &Teacher guides for Central Cluster 19,000  EURO Lot (5) Students' books &Teacher guides for  Kordofan Cluster 13,000EURO 9.  The validity period of bid securityshall be 28 daysbeyond the bid validity i.e. 148 (120 +28) days from the date of bid submission deadline. 10. The address referred to above is: Federal Ministry of Education Basic Education Recovery Program (BERP) Nile Avenue , Khartoum, Sudan Tel: +249912140642 / E- mail: hashim_hamza88@yahoo.com CC Tel: +249912553225 / E- mail: hussintom@hotmail.com

Provision of Explosive Remnants of War Risk Education in Darfur

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published August 10, 2016
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Sudan Basic Education Recovery Project - P128644

 | Published June 23, 2015
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Pitambra Books Pvt Ltd (Lot 1 - 5)
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Printing And Supply Of Six Textbooks For Basic Education ICB Contract Award Notice Sudan Project: P128644 - Sudan Basic Education Recovery Project Bid/Contract Reference No: ICB/GOODS/BERP/GPE/01/2014 (Lot 1 to 5) Scope of Contract: Printing and Supply of Six Textbooks for Basic Education Duration of Contract: 16.00Week(s) Contract Signature Date: Evaluation Currency: EUR-Euro Awarded Bidder(s): Name: Pitambra Books Pvt Ltd (Lot 1 - 5) Address: Country: India Bid Price at Opening:EUR 2,357,997.68 Evaluated Bid Price: EUR2,357,997.68 Contract Price: EUR2,357,997.68 Evaluated Bidder(s): Name : Tan Prints (I) PVT. LTD (Lot 1 - 2) Address : Country: India Bid Price at Opening:EUR 907,846.73 Evaluated Bid Price: EUR908,132.62 Evaluated Bidder(s): Name : Rawaa for Printing (Lot 4) Address : Country: Sudan Bid Price at Opening:USD 2,580,078.96 Evaluated Bid Price: EUR2,184,604.45 Evaluated Bidder(s): Name : Hanoi Printing Joint Stock Co (Lot 1 - 5) Address : Country: Vietnam Bid Price at Opening:EUR 2,626,304.73 Evaluated Bid Price: EUR2,626,204.72 Evaluated Bidder(s): Name : Lovely Offset Printers Pvt. Ltd (Lot 1 -5) Address : Country: India Bid Price at Opening:USD 3,463,467.29 Evaluated Bid Price: EUR3,217,699.65 Evaluated Bidder(s): Name : Burda Druck Gmb (Lot 1 - 5) Address : Country: India Bid Price at Opening:EUR 3,351,681.00 Evaluated Bid Price: EUR3,351,463.09 Evaluated Bidder(s): Name : Semih Offset (Lot 1 - 5) Address : Country: Turkey Bid Price at Opening:EUR 3,623,028.00 Evaluated Bid Price: EUR3,623,028.00 Rejected Bidder(s): Name: Ahmed Salih for Cul (Lot 1) Address: Country: Sudan Bid Price at Opening:USD 1,685,794.43 Reason for Rejection: Does not meet Eligibility Requirements

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

Provision of Mine/Explosive Remnants of War Risk Education in the Abyei Administered Area (Southern

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published September 26, 2016
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Mine Risk Education Materials

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published June 10, 2015  -  Deadline June 15, 2015
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Mine Risk Education Materials

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published May 26, 2015  -  Deadline June 9, 2015
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ERW Risk Education in Darfur

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published September 1, 2015  -  Deadline September 17, 2015
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Provision of Information, Education and Communication Items to UNMISS HIV& AIDS Office in Juba- ...

United Nations Secretariat | Published August 13, 2015  -  Deadline August 27, 2015
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1. The United Nations Mission in the Republic of South Sudan (UNMISS) hereby solicit Request for Expression of Interest (REOI) from qualified Companies for the Provision of Information, Education and Communication Items for UNMISS HIV& AIDS Office in Juba-South,Sudan. 2. Description of General Requirement: UNMISS has a requirement for the purchase of promotional items (T-shirts, Caps, Ribbons, Banners and Trophies) for UNMISS HIV & AIDS Office in Juba, South Sudan. 3. Conditions: Vendors interested in fulfilling the requirement described above must be registered with the United Nations Global Marketplace (UNGM). If your company is not registered with UNGM, please use the following URL to register: www.ungm.org. Registration at UNGM is free and mandatory for one to be considered for resultant solicitation. 3.1. Prequalification Process/Criteria: • Provision of UNGM number. • Company’s contact details (address, telephone and fax numbers, e-mail, etc.) • Proof that the interested goods providers are registered for the particular goods and services in UNGM under the specified UN Standard Products and Services Codes (UNSPSC) of 55101515. 4. The EOI clearly marked “Provision of Information, Education and Communication Items to UNMISS HIV& AIDS Office in Juba, South Sudan”, must be received by UNMISS no later than Thursday, 27 August 2015, to the following addresses: E-mail address: tewodrosk@un.org and with copy to hilowle@un.org or Hand delivery or courier: Attention: Tewodros Kebede , UNMISS Procurement Section, Room # 3C/02, UNMISS Headquarters – Tromping Site near Juba International Airport, Juba-South Sudan . 5. This EOI does not constitute a solicitation. UNMISS reserves the right to change or cancel the requirement at any time during the EOI and/or solicitation process. Thus, submitting a reply to this EOI does not automatically guarantee that your firm will be considered for receipt of the solicitation when issued.

Mine Risk Education in Eastern Sudan

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published April 11, 2016
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ERW Risk Education in Darfur [Re-posting]

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published September 17, 2015  -  Deadline September 28, 2015
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GPN - Sudan - Capacity Building for Improved Quality of the Education System and Skilled Development Project - CBIQESSD

 | Published March 30, 2016
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Community Based ERW Risk Education in South Darfur (Sudan)

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published November 24, 2015  -  Deadline December 7, 2015
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Facilitating Mine Risk Education Workshop in Juba, South Sudan

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published May 29, 2015  -  Deadline June 13, 2015
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Provision of Mine/Explosive Remnants of War Risk Education in the Abyei Administered Area (North and

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published December 31, 2015  -  Deadline January 16, 2016
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Provision of Mine Risk Education (MRE) Targeting ERW affected communities In South Sudan including I

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published October 10, 2014  -  Deadline November 3, 2014
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Development of Teaching and Learning Materials for South Sudan

United Nations Children's Fund | Published May 3, 2017
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The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) hereby invites qualified companies, NGOs and institutions to submit proposals to develop teaching and learning materials for South Sudan.

Ministry of General Education and Instruction (MoGEI) of the Government of The Republic of South Sudan approved the new curriculum in 2015 and has now decided that the new curriculum will be rollout in 2018. The development of the new curriculum is sponsored through funding from the Global Partnership for Education Programme (GPE). UNICEF works as grant agent representing the Global Partnership for Education Programme (GPE). The Ministry of General Education and Instruction together with UNICEF would like to invite Request for Proposal (RFP) from those interested eligible institution and academic agencies including textbook publishers to participate in the write-up and publishing of the high quality textbooks for South Sudan MoGEI. 

The main purpose of this invitation for Request for Proposal (RFP) is to provide the MoGEI with technical support in the write-up of textbooks which will help to improve the learning outcomes of school children who are of primary and secondary schools from primary1 to 8, and from senior1 to 4 respectively. 
The contracted institution or agencies will be expected to work closely with GPE team, UNICEF and experienced MoGEI officials from the department of curriculum development under the supervision of the UNICEF Chief of Education, Directorate of Quality Promotion and Innovation and a technical committee. All products including the trial samples will be approved by the MoGEI technical committee and UNICEF. 

The contracted institution or agencies will have the following specific objectives:

  1. To support the MoGEI in the write-up of textbooks for primary from 1 to 8 and secondary senior from 1 to 4 based on the new curriculum covering all necessary subjects;
  2. To meet the South Sudan textbooks evaluation criteria based on LTM policy by all the textbooks for the above mentioned grades based on the newly approved South Sudan national curriculum for primary and secondary schools;

The RFP response must include documentary evidence in support of core business, financial, and administrative strength, qualifications in the field of textbooks write-up and publishing.  The related experiences in carrying out the assignment of similar nature and complexity, technical and managerial organization of the agency and appropriate skills of key staff of the agency, availability of facilities and other relevant information will be an asset. 
The response should also include numbers of subjects’ specialists with their CVs, and overall capacity of the publishing company, detail budget and work plan.