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ENPI — Technical assistance assignment for the Ministry of Education in Tunisia as part of the programme to support education, vocational training, higher education and the employability of graduates (Pefese) — ENPI/2009/20511

Ministry of Education | Published May 7, 2013  -  Deadline June 7, 2013
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ENPI — Technical assistance assignment for the Ministry of Education in Tunisia as part of the programme to support education, vocational training, higher education and the employability of graduates (Pefese) — ENPI/2009/20511

ENPI — Technical assistance assignment for the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research in Tunisia as part of the programme to support education, vocational training, higher education and the employability of graduates (Pefese) — ENPI/2009/20511

Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research | Published May 7, 2013  -  Deadline June 7, 2013
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ENPI — Technical assistance assignment for the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research in Tunisia as part of the programme to support education, vocational training, higher education and the employability of graduates (Pefese) — ENPI/2009/20511

ENPI — Technical assistance assignment for the Ministry of Vocational Training and Employment in Tunisia as part of the programme to support education, vocational training, higher education and the employability of graduates (Pefese) — ENPI/2009/20511

Ministry of Vocational Training and Employment | Published May 7, 2013  -  Deadline June 7, 2013
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ENPI — Technical assistance assignment for the Ministry of Vocational Training and Employment in Tunisia as part of the programme to support education, vocational training, higher education and the employability of graduates (Pefese) — ENPI/2009/20511

ENPI — Technical assistance for the Ministry of Higher Education as part of the Pefese programme

Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research | Published January 16, 2013
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ENPI — Technical assistance for the Ministry of Higher Education as part of the Pefese programme

ENPI — Technical assistance for the Ministry of Education as part of the Pefese programme

Ministry of Education | Published January 16, 2013
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ENPI — Technical assistance for the Ministry of Education as part of the Pefese programme

Implementation of three reference centers for pre-school education in Tunisia: from model design and quality standards to support at the start of implementation

United Nations Children's Fund | Published September 29, 2017
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UNICEF Country Office Tunisia Would like to request your Proposals for 'Implementation of three reference centers of preschool education in Tunisia: the design of the model and quality standards (physical space, equipment and services) to the accompaniment start of implementation. '

Please find the Request for Proposal (RFP) ref no. LRPS-2017-9134733 and its annexes for your perusal.

Your offer, understanding of Technical and Financial Proposal, in separate email, should be submitted electronically to supplytunisia@unicef.org NO LATER THAN Friday, 20 October 2017 at 17.00 hours Tunis local time.

The Subject line of the E-mail (s) should state:

"Technical proposal LRPS-2017-9134733 Implementation of three pre-school education reference centers in Tunisia: from model design and quality standards (physical space, equipment and services) to support at the beginning of implementation in effect. "

and in a separate email:

"Financial proposal LRPS-2017-9134733 Implementation of three pre-school education reference centers in Tunisia: from model design and quality standards (physical space, equipment and services) to support at the start of implementation "- DO NOT OPEN"

MUST be SENT in separate email upon request.

Pre-Bid Meeting will be held on Friday, 06 October 2017 at 14.00 hours Tunis local time.

Please add skype id: julien.alexis.h should you wish to join the live meeting.

EOI - Tunisia - Individual consultant - Senior consultant for treasury investments – 10 2015

 | Published October 30, 2015
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EOI - Tunisia - Recrutement d’un consultant individuel expert en ressources humaines

 | Published September 8, 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 – Tunisia - Bureaux d’études - Assistance technique pour l'utilisation des outils d’enquête de face-à-face assistée par ordinateur (CAPI) pour une collecte efficace des données agricoles

 | Published July 29, 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- Tunisia - High level international consultant to assist in the preparation of the CPIA reports – 04 2015

 | Published April 6, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK BP 323-1002, Tunis Belvedere FRMB Department E-mail: l.attia@afdb.org; a.ouni@afdb.org Telephone: +216 71 10 27 37; +216 71 10 15 68 1. The African Development Bank hereby invites Individual Consultants to indicate their interest in the following Assignment: technical assistance for the preparation of the 2014 Country Policy and Institutional Assessment (CPIA) Reports. Two CPIA reports will be produced: i) a continental publication, the Africa Policy and Institutional Assessment Report – the APIA Report; and ii) a country report, the Country Policy and Institutional Assessment Snapshot Report – CPIAS Report. 2. The services to be provided under the Assignment include:  Draft the APIA and CPIAS reports with data drawn from the CPIA scores, the CPIA notes, the thematic chapter contribution on infrastructure, the Africa Economic Outlook report, the Africa Competiveness reports or any other relevant publication;  Based on the trends of the CPIA scores in Africa (continental and regional) over the period 2005-2014 analyses and identify the CPIA criteria or areas where countries achieved the most progress and examine the underlying factors and reforms explaining such an achievement;  Highlight the areas of improvement and provide recommendations for lessons learned and best practices; and  Consult with relevant Bank’s staff and incorporate their views and comments into both CPIA reports. 3. The FRMB invites Individual Consultants to indicate their interest in providing the above- described services. Interested Consultants shall provide information on their qualifications and experience demonstrating their ability to undertake this Assignment (documents, reference to similar services, experience in similar assignments, etc.). 4. The eligibility criteria, the establishment of a short list and the selection procedure shall be in conformity with the Bank’s Rules and Procedure for the Use of Consultants. Please, note that interest expressed by a Consultant does not imply any obligation on the part of the Bank to include him/her in the shortlist. 5. The estimated duration of services is 2.5 months (or 75 days) and the estimated starting date is April 15, 2015. 6. Interested Individual Consultants may obtain further information at the address below during the Bank’s working hours: 9am to 5pm. 7. Expressions of interest must be received at the address below no later than April 10, 2015 at 12am local time and specifically mentioning “high level international consultant to assist in the preparation of the CPIA reports”. For the attention of: Mrs. Leila Attia or Mrs. Asma Ouni African Development Bank FRMB Zip Code: BP 323 -1002- Town: 15 Avenue de Ghana Tunis Belvédère- Tunis Country: Tunisia Telephone: +216 71 10 27 37 or +216 71 10 15 68 E-mail: l.attia@afdb.org or a.ouni@afdb.org ESTABLISHMENT OF THE SHORT LIST 8. A shortlist of three to six individual consultants will be established at the end the request of expressions of interest. The consultants on the shortlist will be judged on the following criteria on the basis of their updated resume. Level of education in general 20% Educational level compared to the field of mission 20% Years of experience in general 20% Number of years of experience relevant to the mission 40%

EOI – Tunisia - Senior consultant for drafting the thematic chapter of CPIA reports – EPIP – 04 2015

 | Published April 6, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK BP 323-1002, Tunis Belvedere FRMB Department E-mail: l.attia@afdb.org; a.ouni@afdb.org Telephone: +216 71 10 27 37; +216 71 10 15 68 1. The African Development Bank hereby invites Individual Consultants to indicate their interest in the following Assignment: technical assistance for the drafting of the thematic chapter of the 2014 CPIA reports on “Policies and Institutions for Infrastructure Development in Africa”. Two CPIA reports will be produced: i) a continental publication, the Africa Policy and Institutional Assessment Report – the APIA Report; and ii) a country report, the Country Policy and Institutional Assessment Snapshot Report – CPIAS Report. 2. The services to be provided under the Assignment include: - For the APIA report: Provide a fifteen page document assessing Africa’s performance in promoting policies and institutions for infrastructure development over the past ten years (2005-2014) in Africa. The document should: i) analyses the importance of policy and institutions for infrastructure development; ii) Identify the main reforms, key achievements and lessons learned in terms of policy and institutions for infrastructure at the continental and regional levels as well as in four selected countries in Africa; iii) Undertake a gaps analysis to identify where challenges remain and where improvement is required, with a particular focus on the legal and regulatory frameworks; the limited participation of the private sector in financing infrastructure, and iv) provide key policy recommendations, notably to increase the role of the private sector, FDI and others sources of financing (including domestic) for infrastructure development;  For the CPIAS reports: Provide two pages for each of the four countries for which a CPIAS report will be produced. The two page document will include: i) the main reforms implemented, progress achieved and lessons learned over the period (2005- 2014); ii) the areas or aspects for which improvement is required; and iii) a brief summary of policy recommendations. In addition, the consultant will undertake missions of 4 to 5 working days to each of the four selected countries for which a CPIAS report will be produced and meet the Government officials, key stakeholders in the infrastructure sector as well as Bank’s staff. 3. The FRMB invites Individual Consultants to indicate their interest in providing the above- described services. Interested Consultants shall provide information on their qualifications and experience demonstrating their ability to undertake this Assignment (documents, reference to similar services, experience in similar assignments, etc.). 4. The eligibility criteria, the establishment of a short list and the selection procedure shall be in conformity with the Bank’s Rules and Procedures for the Use of Consultants. Please, note that interest expressed by a Consultant does not imply any obligation on the part of the Bank to include him/her in the shortlist. 5. The estimated duration of services is 1.5 months (or 45 days) and the estimated starting date is May 4, 2015. 6. Interested Individual Consultants may obtain further information at the address below during the Bank’s working hours: 9am to 5pm. 7. Expressions of interest must be received at the address below no later than April 24, 2015 at 12am local time and specifically mentioning “senior consultant for drafting the thematic chapter of CPIA reports. For the attention of: Mrs. Leila Attia or Mrs. Asma Ouni African Development Bank FRMB Zip Code: BP 323 -1002- Town: 15 Avenue de Ghana Tunis Belvédère- Tunis Country: Tunisia Telephone: +216 71 10 27 37 or +216 71 10 15 68 E-mail: l.attia@afdb.org or a.ouni@afdb.org ESTABLISHMENT OF THE SHORT LIST 8. A shortlist of three to six individual consultants will be established at the end the request of expressions of interest. The consultants on the shortlist will be judged on the following criteria on the basis of their updated resume. Level of education in general 20% Educational level compared to the field of mission 20% Years of experience in general 20% Number of years of experience relevant to the mission 40%

EOI – Tunisia - Junior Consultant -Research Assistant - ANRC - 07 2015

 | Published July 1, 2015
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1 EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK GROUP B.P. 323 – 1002 Tunis-Bélvédère, Tunisie African Natural Resource Centre (ANRC) E-mail: m.harrathi@afdb.org Telephone: +225 2026 32 13 Expressions of interest are being requested for a [Junior] Consultant Position DEPARTMENT : ANRC POSITION : Junior Consultant -Research Assistant PLACE OF THE ASSIGNMENT: Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire DURATION : 6 months TENTATIVE DATE OF COMMENCEMENT: 1st August , 2015 DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 15th July 2015 APPLICATIONS TO BE SUBMITTED TO: Ms Maali HARRATHI m.harrathi@afdb.org Any questions and requests for clarifications may be sent to : Mr. Modibo TRAORE, at: d.traore@afdb.org TERMS OF REFERENCE 1. INTRODUCTION The goal of the African Resource Centre (ANRC) is to help maximise the development outcomes derived from African natural resources. This will be done by providing independent advice and technical assistance to RMCs in order to ensure sustainable development and management of natural resources, while increasing the impact of the Bank Group’s activities in the sector. Its activities cover both renewable and non- renewable natural resources. The scope of work of the ANRC is underpinned by the following pillars (core functions):  Advisory services and technical assistance to RMCs 2  Capacity building of Natural Resource Management (NRM) institutions  Knowledge generation on NRM  Advocate sustainable development of African Natural Resources. 2. POSITION INFORMATION: Reporting to ANRC Chief Agricultural Economist, the incumbent shall provide assistance to the department in collecting and analysing data, conducting literature and media research to inform ANRC’s activities, preparing reports and presentations etc. 3. DUTIES: a) Support the research agenda of the natural renewable team that covers land, water, fisheries and forestry. b) Data Collection and analysis. In liaison with other relevant Bank departments, collects various forms of data pertaining to areas of operation of the ANRC. c) ANRC Library. Making use of the facilities offered by the Bank’s Resource Centre and the internet, Collects and serializes titles of publications on natural resources as the basis of ANRC library d) Technical Research. Independently conducts policy research as required e) Data Analysis. Conducts data analysis. Interprets, presents data through charts, graphs and other visual forms; draws conclusions, and discusses with ANRC staff. f) Report and Presentation Preparation. Assists in preparing various reports as needed in ANRC. g) Performs other tasks as assigned by the supervisor 4. MANAGEMENT/SUPERVISION OF THE CONSULTANCY The Consultant will work independently, under the immediate supervision of the ANRC Chief Agricultural Economist. 5. DURATION OF THE ASSIGNEMENT: The consultant will work on a fulltime basis for a period of six months, from 1st June to 30th November 2015. 6. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE :  At least a Master’s degree (or its equivalent) in Natural Resources Management; Natural Resources Economics, International Development or sciences related to natural resources; 3  Be a national of one of the member countries of the Bank;  Minimum of two years and a maximum of five years of experience in policy- related research and analysis. Specific background in natural resources policy/consultancy/advisory and/or statistical experience would be advantageous  Be under 32 years of age;  Competent in the use of MS Windows (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and web tools); other quantitative and econometric packages an advantage.  Fluent in English, with preferably a working knowledge of French.  Strong quantitative and analytical skills are essential, and good interpersonal skills, well organized, able to work independently with minimal supervision as well as part of a team.  Excellent written and verbal communication skills. 7. REMUNERATION OF THE ASSIGNEMENET: The Consultant will be hired for a period of six (6) months and paid a lump sum per month following the schedule and conditions to be negotiated with the recruiting unit. The consultancy will take place in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire and requires regular full time presence in the Bank’s offices. Field missions might occasionally be required. In such case, cost of travel and per diem will be covered in line with Bank’s rules. The consultant will be granted 2 days of leave per month, or 12 days cumulative for the duration of the assignment. 8. MODEL CURRICULUM VITAE (CV) Title of the Assignment: Department: Surname: First Name: Birth Date: Nationality: Address: Country: Telephone: E-mail: Are any of your family members (spouse/partner, father/mother, Brother/sister, Son/daughter, etc. employed in the African Development Bank? Yes No If « Yes », the following data must be provided Name Relationship Organization Unit Place of Assignment Language Level Read Written Spoken English Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent French Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Other (specify) Fair Fair Fair 4 Good Excellent Good Excellent Good Excellent Key Qualifications: Please provide (i) a summary of your experience and training highlighting the most relevant for the proposed assignment, and (ii) the responsibilities which you exercised. Utilize one half-page maximum. Education (University Level and above only): Name of University - City - Country Period Diploma Obtained Main Topic / Major From To Professional Training: Name of Training Institution- City - Country Type of Training Period Certificates or Diploma Obtained From From Employment Record: Begin with your most recent employment. For each job since your Master Degree achievement, please indicate: - Name of the Employer - Type of Activity/Business of the Employer - Title / Function - Place of Employment - Brief Description (three lines maximum) of main accomplishments and responsibilities Reference: 5 Please indicate the name and address of three persons with no family relationship with yourself, familiar with your character and titles. I hereby certify that the responses which I provided above are all, to the best of my knowledge, true, complete and accurate. I acknowledge that an inaccurate statement or essential omission in a personal declaration or another document required by the African Development Bank might result in the rejection of my application, termination of my Contract or any other administrative sanction by the Bank. The African Development Bank may verify any statements which I made in this application. Date: ____________ Signature :

EOI - Tunisia - Junior Consultant for the Treasury Department (FTRY) – 02 2015

 | Published February 18, 2015
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AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK GROUP TEMPORARY RELOCATION AGENCY REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK Treasury Department E-mail: h.nsele@afdb.org Telephone: +216 7110 2906 Fax : +216 7133 0632 Expressions of interest are being requested for a Junior Consultant Position Brief description of the Assignment: Junior Consultant for the Treasury Department Department issuing the request: Treasury Department Place of assignment: Tunis, Tunisia Duration of the assignment: 6-months Tentative date of commencement: March 2015 Detailed terms of reference for the assignment: See Annex 1 Deadline for applications: 25 February 2015 Applications to be submitted to: h.nsele@afdb.org with a copy to a.ruschpler@afdb.org and s.miessan- adjei@afdb.org Any questions and requests for clarifications may be sent to: h.nsele@afdb.org with a copy to a.ruschpler@afdb.org and s.miessan- adjei@afdb.org Please attach an updated Curriculum Vitae on the basis of the template found in Annex 2. ANNEX 1: TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR THE HIRING OF A JUNIOR CONSULTANT Introduction The African Development Bank is a regional multilateral development bank whose shareholders include the 53 countries in Africa and 25 non-African countries from the Americas, Asia and Europe. The Bank was established in 1964 with its headquarters in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, and since February 2003 it has operated from its temporary relocation agency in Tunis. The Bank’s primary objective is to promote the economic development and social progress of its regional member countries, individually and jointly. The central goal of the Bank’s activities is promoting sustainable growth and reducing poverty in Africa. The Bank thus finances a broad range of development projects and programs. The AfDB provides financial assistance to its member countries using resources primarily raised in the capital markets. One of the key objectives of the Treasury Department is to support the development mandate by raising cost effective resources from the capital markets. The Treasury department strives to ensure timely access to major capital markets for primary debt and take all necessary measures to increase investor awareness of its financial condition so as to enhance its new issues and secondary trading activities. The Bank is rated triple A by the major rating agencies. Background The AfDB’s goal is to achieve a preferred investor status by being a regular and responsive issuer in the capital markets. The funding strategy focuses on raising cost-effective funding while maintaining a diversified investor base. Products offered to investors range from plain vanilla bonds to structured bonds to commercial paper, public issues to private placements, global bonds to African currency bonds to uridashi issues that cater to our Japanese investor base. Investor relations is an important component of the funding strategy and is key to the Bank’s borrowing activities. Duties and Scope of Work The Treasury Department is looking for a Junior Consultant that will be responsible for assisting in a series of key assignments. The consultant will work under the guidance of the Manager of the Capital Markets and Financial Operations Division. The consultant will need to understand the AfDB Group, its strategy, achievements and how the Treasury Department facilitates the Bank Group’s mission. He/she will have knowledge of the international debt capital markets. The assignments are of the following nature: 1. Preparation of the Bank’s Financial Presentation 2. Capital markets monitoring both in primary and secondary 3. Maintaining the various databases of the Division 4. Regular updates of investor presentation and the website 5. Update of Bank’s legal documentation for borrowing 6. Coordinate and collate information for the ESG rating agencies 7. Other related tasks as per the Division’s requirements Requirements The Junior Consultant should possess strong qualitative and analytical skills, be well versed in research techniques and should be committed to the social and economic development of countries in Africa. Eligibility criteria for the recruitment are:  At least a Master’s degree (or its equivalent) in a relevant discipline related to the assignment;  Be a national of one of the member countries of the Bank;  Minimum of two years and a maximum of five years of relevant experience;  Be under 32 years of age;  Competent in the use of Bank standard software (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and web tools);  Knowledge of international debt capital markets;  Professional experience with some of the leading investment Banks is desirable; and  Fluent in English or French, with preferably a working knowledge of the other language. ANNEX 2: MODEL CURRICULUM VITAE (CV) Title of the Assignment: Junior Consultant Department: FTRY Surname: First Name: Birth Date: Nationality: Address: Country: Telephone: E-mail: Are any of your family members (spouse/partner, father/mother, Brother/sister, Son/daughter, etc.° employed in the African Development Bank? Yes No If « Yes », the following data must be provided Name Relationship Organisation Unit Place of Assignment Language Level Read Written Spoken English Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent French Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Other (specify) Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Key Qualifications: Please provide (i) a summary of your experience and training highlighting the most relevant for the proposed assignment, and (ii) the responsibilities which you exercised. Utilise one half-page maximum. Education (University Level and above only): Name of University - City - Country Period Diploma Obtained Main Topic / Major From To Professional Training: Name of Training Institution- City - Country Type of Training Period Certificates or Diploma Obtained From From Employment Record: Begin with your most recent employment. For each job since your Master Degree achievement, please indicate: - Name of the Employer - Type of Activity/Business of the Employer - Title / Function - Place of Employment - Brief Description (three lines maximum) of main accomplishments and responsibilities Reference: Please indicate the name and address of three persons with no family relationship with yourself, familiar with your character and titles. I hereby certify that the responses which I provided above are all, to the best of my knowledge, true, complete and accurate. I acknowledge that an inaccurate statement or essential omission in a personal declaration or another document required by the African Development Bank might result in the rejection of my application, termination of my Contract or any other administrative sanction by the Bank. The African Development Bank may verify any statements which I made in this application. Date: ____________ Signature :

EOI - Tunisia - Junior Consultant for M&E and knowledge generation – ORNA - 10 2015

 | Published October 7, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK “Regional Department North (ORNA)” “African Development Bank” E-mail: t.triki@afdb.org Telephone: +216 71103009 Fax: +216 71 194523 Expressions of interest are being requested for a Junior Consultant Position Brief description of the Assignment: The North Africa Regional Department (ORNA) of the African Development Bank is recruiting an individual junior consultant to work on Local governance in Libya. Department issuing the request: ORNA Place of assignment: Tunis Duration of the assignment: 6 months Tentative date of commencement: November 09th, 2015 Deadline for applications: October 27th, 2015 Applications to be submitted to: Thouraya Triki t.triki@afdb.org Any questions and requests for clarifications should be sent to: Thouraya Triki (t.triki@afdb.org) Terms of References for an Individual Junior Consultant for M&E and knowledge generation 1. Introduction / Background The African Development Bank is a multilateral bank whose shareholders comprise 54 African countries and 27 non-regional member countries. The Bank Group’s overarching objective is to spur sustainable economic development and social progress in Africa, and as a result contribute to poverty reduction. The Bank Group achieves this objective by financing a broad range of development projects and programs through public sector loans, private sector loans, equity investment, policy advice and technical assistance grants. The North Africa Regional Department (ORNA) is responsible for the Bank Group’s activities in Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, and Tunisia. The Department’s responsibilities include country dialogue, programming of the Bank’s activities in these countries as well as allocation of country resources among sectors activities; country and regional lending and work programs. Following the 2011 revolution, Libya embarked on a new path of development and State- building. The country has been facing serious challenges during its post-revolution transition, including economic decline, disintegration of central authority, rising gaps in critical administrative and infrastructure. Under this framework, local governance structures have been playing an increasingly important role to ensure continuation of some key social services to the Libyan population. This situation makes the understanding of the model of decentralization and local governance structures as well as the relations between local and central levels very important to identify gaps and consequently areas where the Bank could provide support. 2. Objectives of the Assignment In the last decade, the concept of ‘local governance’ has become an integral part of local development approaches, and has provided a basic rationale for donor support to decentralization reforms and efforts to improve local government capacity building. The concept of ‘good governance’ at local levels denotes quality, effectiveness and efficiency of local administration and public service delivery, the quality of local public policy and decision-making procedures, their inclusiveness, their transparency, and their accountability as well as the manner in which power and authority are exercised at the local level. Knowing the importance of this concept and its contribution to the establishment of a new and effective local governance system in the country will be a priority once the situation stabilizes. Under the overall guidance of the ORNA Director and the immediate supervision of the task manager, the consultant will be requested to perform the following tasks: 1. Produce a mapping of projects and initiatives supporting local governance in Libya Under this task, the consultant will have to deliver a detailed inventory of existing projects, programs and initiatives supported either by donors or private sector entities, NGOs, etc., in the domain of local governance. Specifically, this mapping will serve as a guide to measure and appreciate the importance of projects/programs/initiatives/technical assistances in different cities of Libya, including Tripoli, Benghazi, Sebha, Zawiya, Zuwara, Sabratha, and al-Bayda .During this assignment, the consultant must ensure full alignment with the Bank’s 2014-2016 Libya re-engagement note and the Bank’s long term strategy. He/she will be producing the mapping according to a template that will be approved by the Bank. The mapping should also include a section that identifies current areas (and geographical areas) that are not well covered and suggestions for AfDB interventions. S/He will also analyze the implications, advantages and disadvantages of these suggestions. 2. Prepare a briefing paper on one of the areas suggested for AfDB interventions as selected by the Bank The consultant will provide a briefing paper that provides the background and framework for one of the areas suggested by the mapping and selected by the Bank. For this area, the consultant shall also define a clear strategy and options for AfDB interventions. The briefing paper and accompanying analysis are expected to be no more than 20 pages in total and be presented in a standard word format. At this time, it is understood that the consultant’s work must be designed to respond to current needs/situation but also to anticipate and adapt to political changes, governance reforms, donor environment and security situations. During the period of assignment, the junior consultant will deliver the following:  Outline of the mapping report to be submitted 2 weeks after contract start  A mapping report to be submitted no later than 3 months after contract commencement  Outline of the briefing paper to be by January 30th, 2016  Final draft of the Briefing paper to be submitted by April 12th, 2016. The consultant is expected to submit intermediary drafts that will be reviewed and validated by the Bank. 3. Administration/reporting The Consultant will work independently, under the overall guidance of the Director, North Africa regional Department (ORNA) and the immediate supervision of the task manager. 4. Duration of the assignment The duration of the contract is 6 months, starting from October 12th, 2015. 5. Qualifications and Experience required  At least a Master’s degree (or its equivalent) in Economics, Development Economics, Political Economy or any other related discipline;  Minimum of two (2) years and a maximum of five (5) years of proven relevant work experience in development cooperation gained in an International Organization, a bilateral aid agency ;  Good understanding of the local governance and decentralization context in Libya.  Excellent ability to draft, edit, consolidate and produce economic knowledge products;  Experience of working with local governments will be a plus;  Be a national of one of the member countries of the Bank;  Fluency in English and French. Knowledge of Arabic will be a plus. 6. Remuneration and miscellaneous The Consultant will be paid a competitive monthly lump sum for the entire period in accordance with Bank’s scale set for Junior Consultants and commensurate with the number of years of relevant experience. All other costs and expenses related to delivering the requirements of the contract (travel, per diem, incidental or miscellaneous expenses etc.) shall be settled by the Bank as reimbursable expenses in keeping with the Bank’s procurement and travel policy. The reimbursements will be settled against submission of valid justifications. Please attach an updated Curriculum Vitae on the basis of the template below: MODEL CURRICULUM VITAE (CV) Title of the Assignment: Department: Surname: First Name: Birth Date: Nationality: Address: Country: Telephone: E-mail: Are any of your family members (spouse/partner, father/mother, Brother/sister, Son/daughter, etc.° employed in the African Development Bank? Yes No If « Yes », the following data must be provided Name Relationship Organisation Unit Place of Assignment Language Level Read Written Spoken English Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent French Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Other (specify) Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Key Qualifications: Please provide (i) a summary of your experience and training highlighting the most relevant for the proposed assignment, and (ii) the responsibilities which you exercised. Utilise one half-page maximum. Education (University Level and above only): Name of University - City - Country Period Diploma Obtained Main Topic / Major From To Professional Training: Name of Training Institution- City - Country Type of Training Period Certificates or Diploma Obtained From From Employment Record: Begin with your most recent employment. For each job since your Master Degree achievement, please indicate: - Name of the Employer - Type of Activity/Business of the Employer - Title / Function - Place of Employment - Brief Description (three lines maximum) of main accomplishments and responsibilities Reference: Please indicate the name and address of three persons with no family relationship with yourself, familiar with your character and titles. I hereby certify that the responses which I provided above are all, to the best of my knowledge, true, complete and accurate. I acknowledge that an inaccurate statement or essential omission in a personal declaration or another document required by the African Development Bank might result in the rejection of my application, termination of my Contract or any other administrative sanction by the Bank. The African Development Bank may verify any statements which I made in this application. Date: ____________ Signature :

EOI – Tunisia - Project Coordinator for the ADF innovation policy Lab – FRMB - 05 2015

 | Published May 20, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK BP 323-1002, Tunis Belvedere FRMB Department E-mail: d.elziniy@afdb.org Telephone: +216 71 10 2737 Brief Description of the Assignment: The consultant will be a project coordinator responsible for the operation of “Shaping the Future of the African Development Fund” and create an ADF Policy Innovation Lab project (the “Project”). The Project is funded by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Trust Fund and will bring together the best creative, cross sector and cross-disciplinary minds to brainstorm on the subject of innovation for development finance in Africa. The ADF Policy Innovation Lab will be hosted at the Front Office of the Finance complex at AfDB. A project coordinator will be part of the Advisory team and is needed to carry out all the coordination, logistical arrangements, reporting, management, and operation of the project and implementation of its activity. 1. Department issuing the request: FRMB Front Office 2. Place of assignment: Abidjan, Côte D’Ivoire/Tunis, Tunisia 3. Tentative Start Date: 8th June, 2015 4. Details of assignment: See Terms of Reference 5. Duration: 12 months 6. Deadline for expression of interest: 27th May , 2015 7. Submission of C.V to: Ms. Dalya Elziniy: d.elziniy@afdb.org , Mrs. Asma OUNI: a.ouni@afdb.org 8. Interested Individual Consultants may obtain further information at the address below during the Bank’s working hours: 9am to 5pm. 9. Expressions of interest must be received at the address below no later than, 27th May, 2015 at 12am local time and specifically mentioning Project Coordinator for the ADF innovation policy Lab. For the attention of: Mrs. Dalya ELZINIY & Mrs. Asma OUNI……. African Development Bank FRMB Zip Code: BP 323 -1002- Town: 15 Avenue de Ghana Tunis Belvédère- Tunis Country: ………Tunisia… Tel: …(00216) 71 102737 E-mail: a.ouni@afdb.org ESTABLISHMENT OF THE SHORT LIST 10. A shortlist of three to six individual consultants will be established at the end of the period of the request of expressions of interest. The consultants on the shortlist will be judged on the following criteria on the basis of their resume. Level of education in general 20% Educational level compared to the field of mission 20% Years of experience in general 20% Number of years of experience relevant to the mission 40% Terms of Reference Consultancy for Project Coordinator “Shaping the Future of ADF” project FRMB I. Background Recently, the African Development Bank (AfDB) signed with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) a Technical Cooperation Agreement to establish the Bill & Melinda Gates Trust Fund. The first project to be implemented under the Trust Fund is “Shaping the future of the African Development Fund”, and this will happen within an ADF Policy Innovation Lab which will bring the best creative, cross sector and cross-disciplinary minds to brainstorm on the subject of innovation for development finance in Africa. The ADF Policy Innovation Lab will be hosted at the Front Office of the Finance complex at AfDB, and monitored and supervised by the Director of Resource Mobilization and External Finance Department (FRMB). The FRMB is part of the Finance Complex of AfDB. Its role is to support the financing of Africa’s transformation based on AfDB’s Ten-year Strategy for 2013-22. The Department leads the Bank Group’s resource mobilization, partnerships, and management of donor & partner relations. The Department achieves its mission by targeting sovereign and non- sovereign parties which have an interest in Africa. The Department is the focal point for relationships with public and private sector co-financiers. At present, FRMB – through its two divisions – directly manages 15 Bilateral Trust Funds and 16 Multi-donor Thematic Funds are being administered by Technical Departments while FRMB ensures the overall fiduciary oversight and accountability to Donors. This in addition to its mandate to mobilize, allocate and monitor resources for the Bank’s statutory capital including the African Development Fund (ADF) and ensuring compliance with the ADF rules and the commitments taken in the replenishment negotiations. The FRMB Front Office is seeking to hire a consultant to setup the Policy Lab, carry out its responsibilities, and advise the Front Office on the implementation of its activities. The ADF Policy Lab is composed of (i) High Level Panel of 6 members and (ii) Advisory Team that will have a total of [4] staff, including the consultant. The consultant will be the project coordinator and will work as a part of the team of the Policy Lab at FRMB Front Office and coordinate closely with both divisions of FRMB. II. Duties and Responsibilities of the ADF Policy Innovation Lab The ADF, the concessional financing window of the African Development Bank Group, provides financing in 40 of the 54 countries on the continent. This Policy Lab will support the efforts of AfDB around a set of specific topics related to the future and potential for strategic reform of the ADF. The ADF Policy Innovation Lab will be composed of a High Level Panel with its Advisory team. The Panel with its advisory team will explore innovations for implementation at the next Fund cycle (ADF-14) starting in 2017. The Lab will consider options for the future of the ADF, investigate implications of these options for future ADF replenishments as well as the strategic positioning of the ADF vis-à-vis other development institutions and stimulate strategic and innovative thinking within AfDB on the future of concessional assistance. The consultant will be part of the Advisory Team of the Lab who will be responsible for the deliverables of the Lab that include: • Production of analytical pieces which propose operational and policy recommendations. Some of those analytical pieces will in a first instance target the ADF 14 Working Group and the ADF 13 mid-term review. • The lab will produce analytical pieces which will feed into the ADF 14 replenishment process which is expected to last from the second to the fourth quarter of 2016. • Activities to amplify the voice of Africa in the debate about the future of concessional financing in general. The Advisory Team is expected to achieve these deliverables through: i) supporting the Bank in the preparation of the HLP meetings, discussion, and reporting; ii) assisting the Bank in the preparation of the background work and analysis for discussions of the HLP and the proceeding recommendations for the Working Group meetings; iii) commission technical papers highlighting the future of concessional finance for Africa, in particular the ADF; iv) commission technical review of instruments/options previously examined by other MDBs to indicate their appropriateness (or not) for ADB/ADF; and v) assist in the production of the final report of the HLP. III. Specific Duties of the consultant The consultant will take responsibility for specific duties described below.  Undertake the day-to-day responsibility of managing the project and coordinating between the different parties.  Support the delivery of quality project outputs through ensuring the preparation and implementation of the project’s millstones.  Draft the quarter and annual reports as required by the Trust Fund.  Coordinate with AfDB finance department for budget reporting and ensuring its finalization and submission within the stated deadline.  Ensure the implementation of the project activities within the allocated budget of US2.4 million.  Undertake all necessary logistical arrangements [meetings and missions] required by the project.  Conduct research and economic analysis as required.  Assist the FRMB Analytics Team in consolidating and analysing policy products which will feed into the ADF 14 replenishment process.  Coordinate between the Technical Advisory team members, FRMB Front Office and Divisions, Secretariat of ADF Working Groups, and HLP members.  Inform and frequently update the BMGF Relationship Focal Point at FRMB with any emerging issues and providing the necessary reporting whenever needed.  Prepare the High Level Panel (HLP) meetings and provide any needed coordination and analytical support toward the delivery of the draft and final product.  Draft and consolidate minutes, comments, and recommendations of the HLP meetings.  Advise the web designer on the Project website by providing the contents, activities, team member profiles, HLP members’ profile, and update data about HLP meetings and information.  Coordinate between the HLP members for organizing and preparing the HLP meetings (around 6 meeting) during the life of the project.  Assist the team on designing and implementing a consolidated work plan to manage efficiently the requests of the HLP on policy analysis and economic research.  Participate in Bank missions to organize, attend and report on HLP meetings, if necessary.  Carrying out any other activities as requested by the Director FRMB. IV. Qualifications and Work Experience  At least a Master’s degree in economics, business administration or related field; a PhD is a plus.  A minimum of (5) years of work experience in project coordination or related fields  Working experience in a Multi-lateral institution is a must. A previous experience with AfDB is preferred.  Good knowledge of concessional financing and the aid architecture structure globally.  Proven capacity to deliver output in a timely manner and ability to use relevant computer technology.  Excellent analytical skills and strong experience in development economics, development studies in Africa or any related field.  Strong coordination and organization skills.  Client and results oriented with strong analytical and communication (both verbally and in writing) skills, sense of accuracy and attention to detail.  Ability to deal with sensitive issues in a multi-cultural environment and to build effective working relations with colleagues.  Ability to communicate and write effectively in English or French, with a good working knowledge of the other language. V. Duration and Location This is a one year term consultancy, beginning on June 8th, 2015 and finishing on June 7th, 2016 with the possibility of a renewal. The Consultancy will take place in Abidjan, Côte D’Ivoire and requires regular full time presence in the Bank’s offices. Field missions might occasionally be required. The consultant will be granted 24 days of leave, based on a cumulative of 2 days per month. VI. Costs The consultant will receive a monthly lump sum. No additional benefits or per diems will be paid. The consultant is responsible for his/ her own health insurance and accommodation costs. The bank will cover full costs of any required missions and provide per-diem in accordance with rules governing consultant mission travel. VII. Accountabilities The consultant will report to FRMB Director.

EOI - Côte D’Ivoire-Tunisia - Chief Advisor for the ADF innovation policy Lab – FRMB – 06 2015

 | Published June 1, 2015
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27 Refer to Paragraph 3.1.7 28 The purpose is to assist potential candidates determine whether they are interested in the assignment. 29 For example, from 09:00 to 17:00 hours REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK BP 323-1002, Tunis Belvedere FRMB Department E-mail: d.elziniy@afdb.org Telephone: +216 71 10 2737 Brief Description of the Assignment: The consultant will be a Chief Advisor responsible for the overall operation and management of “Shaping the Future of the African Development Fund” and creation of an ADF Policy Innovation Lab project (the “Project”). The Project is funded by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Trust Fund and will bring together the best creative, cross sector and cross-disciplinary minds to brainstorm on the subject of innovation for development finance in Africa. The ADF Policy Innovation Lab will be hosted at the Front Office of the Finance complex at AfDB. The Chief Advisor will be part of the team of the Policy Lab that will be supervised and managed by a Lead Advisor and work in coordination with FRMB Front Office and both divisions of FRMB. The consultant is needed to carry out economic analytical work of the policy lab, and implement its activities as per the Terms of Reference. 1. Department issuing the request: FRMB Front Office 2. Place of assignment: Abidjan, Côte D’Ivoire/Tunis, Tunisia 3. Tentative Start Date: 15th June, 2015 4. Details of assignment: See Terms of Reference 5. Duration: 12 months 6. Deadline for expression of interest: 7th June , 2015 7. Submission of C.V to: Ms. Dalya Elziniy: d.elziniy@afdb.org , Mrs. Asma OUNI: a.ouni@afdb.org 8. Interested Individual Consultants may obtain further information at the address below during the Bank’s working hours: 9am to 5pm. 9. Expressions of interest must be received at the address below no later than, 7th June, 2015 at 12am local time and specifically mentioning Chief Advisor for the ADF innovation policy Lab. For the attention of: Mrs. Dalya ELZINIY & Mrs. Asma OUNI……. African Development Bank FRMB Zip Code: BP 323 -1002- 27 Refer to Paragraph 3.1.7 28 The purpose is to assist potential candidates determine whether they are interested in the assignment. 29 For example, from 09:00 to 17:00 hours Town: 15 Avenue de Ghana Tunis Belvédère- Tunis Country: ………Tunisia… Tel: …(00216) 71 102737 E-mail: a.ouni@afdb.org ESTABLISHMENT OF THE SHORT LIST 10. A shortlist of three to six individual consultants will be established at the end of the period of the request of expressions of interest. The consultants on the shortlist will be judged on the following criteria on the basis of their resume. Level of education in general 20% Educational level compared to the field of mission 20% Years of experience in general 20% Number of years of experience relevant to the mission 40% Terms of Reference Chief Advisor Consultancy “Shaping the Future of ADF” project FRMB I. Background Recently, the African Development Bank (AfDB) signed with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) a Technical Cooperation Agreement to establish the Bill & Melinda Gates Trust Fund. The first project to be implemented under the Trust Fund is “Shaping the future of the African Development Fund”, and this will happen within an ADF Policy Innovation Lab which will bring the best creative, cross sector and cross-disciplinary minds to brainstorm on the subject of innovation for development finance in Africa. The ADF Policy Innovation Lab (the “Policy Lab”) will be hosted at the Front Office of the Finance complex at AfDB, under the supervision of the Director of Resource Mobilization and External Finance Department (FRMB). FRMB is part of the Finance Complex of AfDB. Its role is to support the financing of Africa’s transformation based on AfDB’s Ten-year Strategy for 2013-22. The Department leads the Bank Group’s resource mobilization, partnerships, and management of donor & partner relations. The Department achieves its mission by targeting sovereign and non-sovereign parties which have an interest in Africa. The Department is the focal point for relationships with public and private sector co-financiers. At present, FRMB – through its two divisions – directly manages 15 Bilateral Trust Funds and 16 Multi-donor Thematic Funds are being administered by technical departments. FRMB however ensures the overall fiduciary oversight and accountability to donors on such funds. This in addition to its mandate to 27 Refer to Paragraph 3.1.7 28 The purpose is to assist potential candidates determine whether they are interested in the assignment. 29 For example, from 09:00 to 17:00 hours mobilize, allocate and monitor resources for the Bank’s statutory capital including the African Development Fund (ADF) and ensuring compliance with the ADF rules and the commitments taken in the replenishment negotiations. The FRMB Front Office is seeking to hire a chief advisor consultant to supervise the Policy Lab in carrying out its responsibilities, and assist a lead advisor consultant on the implementation of its activities. The ADF Policy Lab is composed of (i) a High Level Panel of 6 members; and (ii) an Advisory Team that will have a total of [4] staff, including the consultant. The consultant will be part of the team of the Policy Lab that will be supervised and managed by a Lead Advisor and work in coordination with FRMB Front Office and both divisions of FRMB. II. Duties and Responsibilities of the ADF Policy Innovation Lab The ADF, the concessional financing window of the African Development Bank Group, provides financing in 40 of the 54 countries on the continent. This Policy Lab will support the efforts of AfDB around a set of specific topics related to the future and potential for strategic reform of the ADF. The ADF Policy Innovation Lab will be composed of a High Level Panel with its Advisory team. The Panel with its advisory team will explore innovations for implementation at the next Fund cycle (ADF-14) starting in 2017. The Lab will consider options for the future of the ADF, investigate implications of these options for future ADF replenishments as well as the strategic positioning of the ADF vis-à-vis other development institutions and stimulate strategic and innovative thinking within AfDB on the future of concessional assistance. The consultant will be part of the Advisory Team of the Lab who will be responsible for the deliverables of the Lab that include: • Production of analytical pieces which propose operational and policy recommendations. Some of those analytical pieces will in a first instance target the ADF 14 Working Group and the ADF 13 mid-term review. • The lab will produce analytical pieces which will feed into the ADF 14 replenishment process which is expected to last from the second to the fourth quarter of 2016. • Activities to amplify the voice of Africa in the debate about the future of concessional financing in general. The deliverables of the Policy Lab include: i) technical papers which propose operational and policy recommendations on the changing development landscape, the development of new financing instruments and attracting new donors to the ADF- these will include technical review of instruments/options previously examined by other MDBs to indicate their appropriateness (or not) for ADB/ADF; ii) HLP meetings, discussion, and reporting thereon; iii) final report of the HLP ; and 27 Refer to Paragraph 3.1.7 28 The purpose is to assist potential candidates determine whether they are interested in the assignment. 29 For example, from 09:00 to 17:00 hours iv) activities to amplify the voice of Africa in the debate about the future of concessional financing in general v) It should be noted that some of the deliverables will be for the benefit of the ADF 14 Working Group1 , some will feed into the ADF 13 mid-term review scheduled for October 2015 and some will feed into the ADF 14 replenishment (scheduled second to the fourth quarter of 2016). III. Specific Duties of the consultant Under the supervision of the Lead Advisor of the Policy Lab, the consultant will take responsibility for specific duties described below.  Have the day-to-day responsibility of the work of the Policy Lab and coordinate between the Advisory Team, FRMB front office and concerned Bank departments.  Support the delivery of quality project outputs through the preparation and implementation of the project’s millstones.  Oversee all the logistical arrangements [meetings and missions] required for the project activities in collaboration with the project coordinator.  Review all drafts of the annual and quarter reports before submission to BMGF as well as meeting minutes and other reports that may be required by management.  Provide analytical work on research and economic analysis as required by the HLP.  Assist the FRMB team in consolidating and analysing policy products which will feed into the ADF 14 replenishment process.  Ensure the proper protocol and coordination between the Technical Advisory team members, FRMB Front Office and Divisions, Secretariat of ADF Working Groups, and HLP members.  Represent the ADF Policy Lab activities whenever required requested.  Organise and prepare the High Level Panel (HLP) meetings together with the project coordinator, and provide any needed analytical support toward the delivery of the draft and final product.  Ensure the delivery of the minutes, comments, and recommendations of the HLP meetings on a timely manner.  Advise the web designer on the Project website on the contents, activities, team member profiles, HLP members’ profile, and update data about HLP meetings and information.  Under the supervision of the Lead Advisor Consultant, organize the HLP meetings (around 6 meetings) during the life of the project.  Assist the team on designing and implementing a consolidated work plan to manage efficiently the requests of the HLP on policy analysis and economic research.  Participate in Bank missions to attend and report on HLP meetings, if necessary.  Carry out any other activities as requested by the Lead Advisor of the Policy Lab and the Director of FRMB. IV. Qualifications and Work Experience  A Master’s degree with a minimum of 10 years of experience in project management, economics, law, development, business administration or a related field; a PhD is a plus. 1 The ADF Working Group is composed of donors to the ADF and is chaired by South Africa and the United Kingdom. 27 Refer to Paragraph 3.1.7 28 The purpose is to assist potential candidates determine whether they are interested in the assignment. 29 For example, from 09:00 to 17:00 hours  Working experience in a Multi-lateral institution is a must. A previous experience with AfDB is preferred.  Good knowledge of concessional financing and the aid architecture structure globally.  Proven capacity to deliver output in a timely manner and ability to use relevant computer technology.  Excellent analytical skills and strong experience in development economics, development studies in Africa or any related field.  Strong writing and editing skills backed by robust analytical thinking and persuasive arguments.  Excellent understanding of diplomatic protocols in communication with high level persons.  Client and results oriented with strong analytical and communication (both verbally and in writing) skills, sense of accuracy and attention to detail.  Ability to deal with sensitive issues in a multi-cultural environment and to build effective working relations with colleagues.  Ability to communicate and write effectively in English or French, with a good working knowledge of the other language. V. Duration and Location This is a one year term consultancy, beginning on June 15th, 2015 and finishing on June 14th, 2016 with the possibility of a renewal. The Consultancy will take place in Abidjan, Côte D’Ivoire and requires regular full time presence in the Bank’s offices. Field missions might occasionally be required. The consultant will be granted 24 days of leave, based on a cumulative of 2 days per month. VI. Costs The consultant will receive a monthly lump sum. No additional benefits or per diems will be paid. The consultant is responsible for his/ her own health insurance and accommodation costs. The bank will cover full costs of any required missions and provide per-diem in accordance with rules governing consultant mission travel. VII. Accountabilities The consultant will report to the Lead Advisor and the FRMB Director.

EOI - Côte D’Ivoire-Tunisia - Lead Advisor for the ADF innovation policy Lab – FRMB – 06 2015

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27 Refer to Paragraph 3.1.7 28 The purpose is to assist potential candidates determine whether they are interested in the assignment. 29 For example, from 09:00 to 17:00 hours REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK BP 323-1002, Tunis Belvedere FRMB Department E-mail: d.elziniy@afdb.org Telephone: +216 71 10 2737 Brief Description of the Assignment: The consultant will be a Lead Advisor responsible for the overall operation and management of “Shaping the Future of the African Development Fund” and creation of an ADF Policy Innovation Lab project (the “Project”). The Project is funded by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Trust Fund and will bring together the best creative, cross sector and cross-disciplinary minds to brainstorm on the subject of innovation for development finance in Africa. The ADF Policy Innovation Lab will be hosted at the Front Office of the Finance complex at AfDB. The consultant will be the senior-most staff of the Policy Lab and will work as a part of the Policy Lab team and in coordination with FRMB Front Office and both divisions of FRMB. 1. Department issuing the request: FRMB Front Office 2. Place of assignment: Abidjan, Côte D’Ivoire/Tunis, Tunisia 3. Tentative Start Date: 15th June, 2015 4. Details of assignment: See Terms of Reference 5. Duration: 12 months 6. Deadline for expression of interest: 7th June , 2015 7. Submission of C.V to: Ms. Dalya Elziniy: d.elziniy@afdb.org , Mrs. Asma OUNI: a.ouni@afdb.org 8. Interested Individual Consultants may obtain further information at the address below during the Bank’s working hours: 9am to 5pm. 9. Expressions of interest must be received at the address below no later than, 7th June, 2015 at 12am local time and specifically mentioning Lead Advisor for the ADF innovation policy Lab. For the attention of: Mrs. Dalya ELZINIY & Mrs. Asma OUNI……. African Development Bank FRMB Zip Code: BP 323 -1002- Town: 15 Avenue de Ghana Tunis Belvédère- Tunis Country: ………Tunisia… 27 Refer to Paragraph 3.1.7 28 The purpose is to assist potential candidates determine whether they are interested in the assignment. 29 For example, from 09:00 to 17:00 hours Tel: …(00216) 71 102737 E-mail: a.ouni@afdb.org ESTABLISHMENT OF THE SHORT LIST 10. A shortlist of three to six individual consultants will be established at the end of the period of the request of expressions of interest. The consultants on the shortlist will be judged on the following criteria on the basis of their resume. Level of education in general 20% Educational level compared to the field of mission 20% Years of experience in general 20% Number of years of experience relevant to the mission 40% Terms of Reference Lead Advisor Consultancy “Shaping the Future of ADF” project FRMB I. Background Recently, the African Development Bank (AfDB) signed with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) a Technical Cooperation Agreement to establish the Bill & Melinda Gates Trust Fund. The first project to be implemented under the Trust Fund is “Shaping the future of the African Development Fund”, and this will happen within an ADF Policy Lab which will bring the best creative, cross sector and cross-disciplinary minds to brainstorm on the subject of innovation for development finance in Africa. The ADF Policy Innovation Lab (the “Policy Lab”) will be hosted at the Front Office of the Finance complex at AfDB, under the supervision of the Director of Resource Mobilization and External Finance Department (FRMB). FRMB is part of the Finance Complex of AfDB. Its role is to support the financing of Africa’s transformation based on AfDB’s Ten-year Strategy for 2013-22. The Department leads the Bank Group’s resource mobilization, partnerships, and management of donor & partner relations. The Department achieves its mission by targeting sovereign and non-sovereign parties which have an interest in Africa. The Department is the focal point for relationships with public and private sector co-financiers. At present, FRMB – through its two divisions – directly manages 15 Bilateral Trust Funds and 16 Multi-donor Thematic Funds are administered by technical departments. FRMB however ensures the overall fiduciary oversight and accountability to donors on such funds. This in addition to its mandate to mobilize, allocate and monitor resources for the Bank’s statutory capital including the African 27 Refer to Paragraph 3.1.7 28 The purpose is to assist potential candidates determine whether they are interested in the assignment. 29 For example, from 09:00 to 17:00 hours Development Fund (ADF) and ensuring compliance with the ADF rules and the commitments taken in the replenishment negotiations. The FRMB Front Office is seeking to hire a lead consultant to manage the Policy Lab in carrying out its responsibilities, and advise the Front Office on the implementation of its activities. The ADF Policy Lab is composed of (i) a High Level Panel of 6 members; and (ii) an Advisory Team of [4] staff, including the consultant. The consultant will be the senior- most staff of the Policy Lab and will work as a part of the Policy Lab team and in coordination with FRMB Front Office and both divisions of FRMB. II. Duties and Responsibilities of the ADF Policy Lab The ADF, the concessional financing window of the African Development Bank Group, provides financing in 40 of the 54 countries on the continent. The Policy Lab will support the efforts of AfDB around a set of specific topics related to the future and potential for strategic reform of the ADF. The ADF Policy Lab will be composed of a High Level Panel with its Advisory team. The Panel with its advisory team will explore innovations for implementation at the next Fund cycle (ADF-14) starting in 2017. The Lab will consider options for the future of the ADF, investigate implications of these options for future ADF replenishments as well as the strategic positioning of the ADF vis-à-vis other development institutions and stimulate strategic and innovative thinking within AfDB on the future of concessional assistance. The deliverables of the Policy Lab include: • technical papers which propose operational and policy recommendations on the changing development landscape, the development of new financing instruments and attracting new donors to the ADF- these will include technical review of instruments/options previously examined by other MDBs to indicate their appropriateness (or not) for ADB/ADF; • HLP meetings, discussion, and reporting thereon; • final report of the HLP ; and • activities to amplify the voice of Africa in the debate about the future of concessional financing in general • It should be noted that some of the deliverables will be for the benefit of the ADF 14 Working Group1, some will feed into the ADF 13 mid-term review scheduled for October 2015 and some will feed into the ADF 14 replenishment (scheduled second to the fourth quarter of 2016). III. Specific Duties of the consultant The consultant will take responsibility for specific duties described below. 1 The ADF Working Group is composed of donors to the ADF and is chaired by South Africa and the United Kingdom. 27 Refer to Paragraph 3.1.7 28 The purpose is to assist potential candidates determine whether they are interested in the assignment. 29 For example, from 09:00 to 17:00 hours  Provide advice to FRMB and Bank management regarding the orientation and strategic direction of the ADF, in light of the changing donor and recipient landscape;  Undertake the day-to-day responsibility of managing the Policy Lab team and coordinating between the HLP and the Advisory Team, as well as FRMB front office.  Ensure the timely production of the project deliverables through analytical work and economic analysis.  Oversee and supervise the preparation of the HLP meetings and provide any needed analytical support toward the delivery of the draft and final HLP products.  Lead the team on designing and implementing a consolidated work plan to manage efficiently the requests of the HLP on policy analysis and economic research.  Ensure the implementation of the project activities within the allocated budget of US2.4 million.  Oversee all tasks required by the project coordinator including annual and quarter reporting to BMGF and managing the budget.  Provide support to the FRMB team in consolidating and analysing policy products which will feed into the ADF 13 MTR and ADF 14 replenishment process.  Ensure the proper protocol and coordination between the Advisory team members, FRMB Front Office and Divisions, Secretariat of ADF Working Groups, and HLP members.  Assure overall responsibility for the content of the Project website (to include activities presented, team member profiles, HLP members’ profile, and update data about HLP meetings and information).  Ensure the organization of the HLP meetings (around 6 meetings) during the life of the project.  Serve as the main point of contact with the HLP members.  Represent the ADF Policy Lab in different venues as requested by the management, including with the BMGF and to the Board of Directors.  Participate in Bank missions to attend and report on HLP meetings.  Carrying out any other activities as requested by the Director FRMB. IV. Qualifications and Work Experience  A Master’s degree with a minimum of (15) years of experience or a PhD with (10) years of experience in a management capacity in the areas of resource mobilization, development finance, economics, or related a field.  Working experience in a Multilateral institution is a must. A previous experience with AfDB is preferred.  Good knowledge of concessional financing and the aid architecture structure globally.  Proven capacity to deliver output in a timely manner.  Strong writing and editing skills with analytical thinking and ability to present strong arguments.  Excellent understanding of diplomatic protocols in communication with high level persons.  Client and results oriented with strong analytical and communication (both verbally and in writing) skills, sense of accuracy and attention to detail.  Ability to deal with sensitive issues in a multi-cultural environment and to build effective working relations with colleagues. 27 Refer to Paragraph 3.1.7 28 The purpose is to assist potential candidates determine whether they are interested in the assignment. 29 For example, from 09:00 to 17:00 hours  Ability to communicate and write effectively in English or French, with a good working knowledge of the other language. V. Duration and Location This is a one year term consultancy, beginning on June 15th, 2015 and finishing on June 14th, 2016 with the possibility of a renewal. The Consultancy will take place in Abidjan, Côte D’Ivoire and requires regular full time presence in the Bank’s offices. Field missions might occasionally be required. The consultant will be granted 24 days of leave, based on a cumulative of 2 days per month. VI. Costs The consultant will receive a monthly lump sum. No additional benefits or per-diems will be paid. The consultant is responsible for his/ her own health insurance and accommodation costs. The bank will cover full costs of any required missions and provide per-diem in accordance with rules governing consultant mission travel. VII. Accountabilities The consultant will report to FRMB Director.
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