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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS 009/2014 Sustainable Energy Management Energy Policy Review in Malawi

United Nations Development Programme | Published September 8, 2014  -  Deadline September 28, 2014
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The Government of Malawi (GoM) recognizes that the energy sector plays a vital role for the country in: improving the performance of the economy; improving delivery of social services; creating investment and employment opportunities and reducing poverty. In recognition of this, the GoM through the Ministry of Natural Resource, Energy and Mining (MNREM), prepared a National Energy Policy (NEP) in January 2003. The motivation for the NEP was founded on three main considerations as follows: (1) Developments in the energy sector have an important bearing on the success of economic development initiatives in the country, prevalence of intensive manufacturing activities is positively associated with use of modern sources of energy such as electricity, liquid fuels, gas and coal; (2) Malawi is relatively well endowed with energy resources (biomass, coal, hydro, wind and solar energy), their full potential is far from being realized, a number of structural and institutional challenges must be overcome to unlock this potential; (3) while planning is essential to formulating policy for energy, globally the approach to planning has taken a paradigm shift over the past two to three decades, the role of the Government has changed from direct investment and control to policy formulation and governance; a greater reliance on market arrangements, competition and private sector participation has been made.

MW-Energy Sector Project - P099626

 | Published December 2, 2015
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SEGURR ENERGY
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Supply, Delivery And Installation Of Met Masts In Malawi ICB Contract Award Notice Malawi Project: P099626 - Energy Sector Bid/Contract Reference No: Met Masts Scope of Contract: Supply, Delivery and Installation of Met Masts in Malawi Duration of Contract: 2.5Year(s) Contract Signature Date: 20-Oct-2015 Evaluation Currency: EUR-Euro Awarded Bidder(s): Name: SEGURR ENERGY Address: 225 BATH STREET,GLASGOW,G24 GZ Country: United Kingdom Bid Price at Opening:EUR 1,259,766.00 Evaluated Bid Price: EUR1,259,766.00 Contract Price: EUR679,936.08

MW-Energy Sector Project - P099626

Energy Sector Support Project (ESSP) | Published November 11, 2014  -  Deadline November 24, 2014
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Consultancy Services For Design And Management Support Of Demand-side Management & Energy Efficiency Programme THE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY CORPORATION OF MALAWI LIMITED REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONSOFINTEREST COUNTRY                                :   REPUBLIC OF MALAWI NAME OF PROJECT                :   ENERGY SECTOR SUPPORT PROJECT (ESSP) Credit No 4980 and Grant No. H715-MW Implementing Agent           :   The Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi Limited Assignment Title                   :   CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT SUPPORT OF DEMAND-SIDE MANAGEMENT & ENERGY EFFICIENCYPROGRAMME Reference No                        :  ESC 078B/CS/FY2013-2014 The Government of the Republic of Malawireceived financing from the World Bank for the Energy Sector Support Project (ESSP), and intends to apply part of the proceeds forconsulting services. The consulting services ("the Services")include provision of expert support in the design, capacity building, implementation and monitoring & evaluation for the DemandSide Management (DSM) and  Energy Efficiency activities of the project ("component")being managed by the Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi Limited (ESCOM). The Services include: Provide advisory services to ESCOM on the marketing research which will be used for selectingareas/customers, planning forthe promotion/ sensitization of products, planning for monitoring / evaluation and identification of project implementationchallenges and risks. Provide criteria and justification selection of targeted areas/ customers by taking into account impact, levels of acceptanceand implementation challenges and existing direct and supporting infrastructure. Recommend and justify component (s) that will be implemented under this project with proposedtechnical designs ,specifications and installation plandDesign Marketing Communication strategies for the selected products / components and recommendincentives if any that may be required to promote customeracceptance of the recommended component (s) / product(s). Support ESCOM with supervision of works , monitoring and evaluation  of theproject Support ESCOM in building human and technology capacity in planning, implementation, monitoring  and evaluation of DSMproject ; and ESCOM now inviteseligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. InterestedConsultants shouldprovide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform theServices/Assignment. The shortlistingcriteria are:- 1.       At least threeyears' experience in consultancy works related to electricity Demand Side Management and Energy Efficiency Programs involvingactive load control / management of hot water geysers. 2.       Two of the key staffmust have sound technical background such as electrical Engineering or telecommunications Engineering and ten (10) years experiencein Demand Side Management 3.       Firm must haveworked on at least two similar contracts in the past five years within the Region. 4.       Must have sometechnical knowledge and experience in  direct or remote load control / management ofcustomers appliances / demand using any of the existing technologies such as ripple , wireless or smart metering technologies This expression ofinterest will lead to short-listing of eligible firms who will be invited to submit proposals to carry out the Consultancy Servicesfor Design & Management of ESCOM Demand-Side Management (DSM) & Energy Efficiency (EE) Programme. The attention of interested Consultants isdrawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans andIDACredits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers January 2011("Consultant Guidelines") setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Consultants mayassociate with other firms in the formof a joint venture or a subconsultancy to enhance theirqualifications. A Consultant will be selected in accordancewith the Selection Based on the Consultants' Qualifications (CQS) method as outlined in the ConsultantGuidelines. Further informationcan be obtained at the address below during office hours, 0900 to 1700hours. The Procurement Specialist Attention: Mr. Jack L Thabwa Umoyo House, 3rd Floor Victoria Avenue P.O Box 2047 BLANTYRE MALAWI Tel:                +265 1 822 000 Fax:               +265 1 822008 Email:            jthabwa@escom.mw Expressions of interest must be clearly markeddeposited in a tender box atthe address below in person, or by secure mail by 14.00 hours on 24th November,2014. The Chairman, Internal Procurement Committee Annex Building Tender Box No. 1 at IT Reception 9 Haile Selassie Road P.O Box 2047 BLANTYRE MALAWI

MW-Energy Sector Project - P099626

Energy Sector Support Project (ESSP) | Published March 13, 2015  -  Deadline April 7, 2015
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Consultancy Services To Conduct Environmental And Social Impact Assessments (esia) For The Proposed Chimgonda And Mpatamanga Hydropower Projects Government of theRepublic of Malawi MINISTRY OF NATURALRESOURCES ENERGY AND MINING REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ? FIRMS SELECTION) COUNTRY:                                         Malawi NAME OF PROJECT:                 Energy Sector Support Project (ESSP) Credit No.:                                        IDA4980 Assignment Title: Consultancy Services to conduct Environmental and Social Impact Assessments (ESIA) for theProposed Chimgonda and Mpatamanga Hydropower Projects Reference No. : MoE/WB/ESSP/2.3/B The Government of Malawi has receivedfinancing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Energy Sector Support Project and intends to apply part of the proceeds forconsulting services to conduct separate Environmental and Social Impact Assessments ("the Services") for the proposed Chimgonda andMpatamanga hydropower projects. The primary objective of the Servicesis to prepare two separate Environmental and Social Impact Assessments for the development of the proposed Chimgonda and Mpatamangahydropower projects, and associated transmission lines to the nearest grid substations. The ESIA will analyse the environmental and social implications of the proposed projectactivities and develop Environmental and Social Management Plans for project activities.  The ESIA are intended to help prevent, minimize,or mitigate any adverse environmental and social impacts, while enhancing the positive impacts of the projects.   Separate Resettlement Policy Frameworks/ Action Plans willalso be prepared for the two hydropower projects to guide the compensation and resettlement process of any activities that mightlead to displacement of people. Analysis of project activities would be undertaken to examine these aspects and this wouldalso draw upon other studies and the existing experience from implementation of similar activities. The services are required over a period of Twelve months and will beconducted as much as possible in parallel with the technical studies on Chimgonda and Mpatamanga hydropower projects. The Ministry of Natural Resources Energy and Mining now invites eligibleconsulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. InterestedConsultants should provideinformation demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The short-listing criteria are: 1.       Atleast five years of knowledge and experience in similar feasibility studies for hydropowerprojects, 2.       Five years in preparation of ESIA, geological, economical and hydrological studies for hydropowerprojects and dams, 3.  At least one year of undertaking similar assignments in Africa, preferably under World Bank procurement rulesand guidelines. The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of theWorld Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants [underIBRDLoans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers dated January 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the WorldBank's policy on conflict of interest. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint ventureor a sub consultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost Based Selection (QCBS)method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours 0800 to 1700 hours from Monday to Friday: The Project Coordinator, Ministry of Natural Resources Energy and Mining, Capital Hill, Private Bag 350, Capital Hill, Lilongwe 3, Malawi. Tel: +265 (0) 1 789 488 Fax: +265 (0) 1 788 689 E-mail: lewismhango@yahoo.co.uk Expressions of interest in sealed envelope mustbe delivered to the address below by 7th April, 2015. The Chairman, Internal ProcurementCommittee Ministry of Energy Private Bag 350 Capital Hill, Lilongwe, Malawi

Technical Expert for Clean Energy Mini Grid Development, Malawi

UNDP Malawi Office - MALAWI | Published October 6, 2016  -  Deadline October 24, 2016
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The Clean Energy Mini-grid Technical Adviser (CEM TA) will be internationally recruited based on an open competitive process. The CEM TA will report to the Project Manager and to the Deputy Director for Energy Affairs. The CEM TA will provide 4 weeks per year of support from his/her home country of which one or two weeks could be in Malawi as needed and agreed with the project manager/Department of Energy (DOE). The CEM TA will be responsible for overseeing data collection, data analysis, and monitoring and evaluation of activities being implemented (particularly as regards tracking of Green House Gas [GHG] emissions).

MW-Energy Sector Project - P099626

Energy Sector Support Project (ESSP) | Published April 10, 2015  -  Deadline May 8, 2015
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Consulting Services For The Preparation Of An Integrated Resource Plan (irp) For Malawi. Government of the Republic of Malawi MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES, ENERGY AND MINING REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ? FIRMS SELECTION) COUNTRY:                            Malawi NAME OF PROJECT:          Energy Sector SupportProject (ESSP) GrantNo.:                                  IDA 7150 AssignmentTitle: Consulting Services for preparation of an IntegratedResource Plan (IRP) for Malawi. Reference No. :MNREM/WB/4B.22 BACKGROUND The Government of Malawi has received financing from the World Bank for implementation of theEnergy Sector Support Project and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services for preparation of an IntegratedResource Plan for Malawi ("the Services") OBJECTIVES OF THE CONSULTING SERVICES The primary objectives of the services are; Produce a top quality practical Integrated Resource Plan ( IRP ) for the period 2015 ?2035; Undertake extensive consultation with key stakeholders throughout the IRP development process,and more particularly at all significant milestones, so that the IRP gets widespread appreciation and commitment and is implementedin its totality; Training ofthe internal team, transfer of know-how and capacity building so thatthe internalteam can continue with the implementation and up-dates of the IRP after the consulting team has completed its work and left;and Transfer of all models and software (including the power system simulation model) and allassociated documentation to the client. SCOPE OF WORK AND TASKS The scope of work for the development of the IRP has seven main stages.  These main stages and the associated details are listed below; i)                   Data collection ii)                 Demand assessment iii)               Supply resourceassessment iv)               Demand-side management resourceassessment v)                 Development of feasible Demand-Supply SolutionSets vi)               Transmission resource assessment andconstraints evaluation vii)              Optimization of the future power system (generation and transmission). The software, to beapplied in the optimization of the generation system, shall be commercially available andshall allow for dynamic modelling of hydropower and stochastic modelling of hydrology. The services are required over a period of Nine (9) months. The Ministryof Natural Resources, Energy and Mining now invites eligible consulting firms("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide informationdemonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The short-listing criteria The consulting firm should meet the following conditions: At least 10 years of experience in; ·         Demand modeling and forecasting in power sector ·         Familiar with key modeling methodologies and techniques for demand forecasting in electricitysector ·        Analysis of supply side and demand-side resource assessments includingeconomic and financial modeling and analysis of the various supply-side and demand side opportunities ·        Development of feasible demand-supply solution sets and their economicevaluation and risk analysis ·         Understanding of key issues in the reform of the power sector ·         Optimization of generation systems using software allowing for  dynamicmodelling of hydropowerand stochastic modelling of hydrology ·         Optimization of transmission systems Consulting firms should have experience working in developing countries particularly inAfrica. The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the WorldBank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment ofConsultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers dated January 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict ofinterest. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or asub consultancyto enhance their qualifications. AConsultant will be selectedin accordance with the Quality and Cost Based Selection (QCBS) methodset out in the ConsultantGuidelines. Furtherinformation can be obtained at the address below during office hours from 0800 to 1700hours from Monday to Friday: The Project Coordinator, Ministry of NaturalResources, Energy and Mining Private Bag 350, Capital Hill, Lilongwe3, Malawi. Tel: +265 (0) 1 771 954 Fax: +265(0) 1 770 094 E-mail: lewismhango@yahoo.co.uk Expressions of interest in sealed envelope must be delivered to the address below by  8th May 2015 The Chairman, Internal ProcurementCommittee (IPC) Ministry of NaturalResources, Energy and Mining Private Bag350 CapitalHill, Lilongwe, Malawi

MW-Energy Sector Project - P099626

Electricity Supply Commission of Malawi (Energy Sector Project) | Published November 19, 2015  -  Deadline December 8, 2015
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Consultancy Services For The Preparation Of Esia And Rpf Under Energy Sector Support Project THE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY CORPORATION OF MALAWI LIMITED REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST COUNTRY: REPUBLIC OF MALAWI NAME OF PROJECT: ENERGY SECTOR SUPPORT PROJECT (ESSP) Credit No. 49800 and Grant No.H715-MW Implementing Agent: The Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi Limited Assignment Title:  CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR THE PREPARATION OF ESIA AND RPF UNDER ENERGYSECTOR SUPPORT PROJECT Reference No. ESC 08/PJCT/CS/FY2015-2016 Issue Date: 19th November 2015 The Government of the Republic of Malawi received financing from the World Bank for the Energy SectorSupport Project (ESSP), and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. The consultingservices ("the Services") are for assessment and preparation of Environmentaland Social Impact Assessment (ESIA), and Resettlement Policy Framework (RPF) for the scope of works covering the construction of new 400kV transmission backbone overhead linestarting at New 400 kV Nkhoma Substation. One branch is running to the west to Zambia, the other one to the north passingsubstations Kasungu and New Bwengu up to Tanzania. A preliminary ESIA hasalready been prepared as part of first phase of the feasibility study and will be available to the consultantafter contractaward. The indicative TORs for thecurrent assignment can be downloaded under Tenders at www.escom.mw. ESCOM now invites eligible consulting firms("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide informationdemonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Assignment. The shortlisting criteria are: 1.     Experience in projects with comparable professional background and shall demonstrateknowledge of the special technical aspects of power transmission technology. 2.     The Consultant shall have and be able to document a strong background in environmental andsocial science, environmental engineering and management. Relevant experiencefrom environmental and socio-economic assignments ininfrastructure and energy projects is mandatory. 3.     Desired qualifications include: (a) Fluency in English (b) Knowledge and understanding ofthe World Bank's Policy on Involuntary Resettlement (c) Experience of working with international organizations and projects 4.      Workexperience in low income developing countries, especially countries of Eastern Africa will be an important asset. 5.     The following key staff willbe required for the assignment: a.    Environmental Assessment Specialist and Environmental and Social Supervisor (Team Leader), b.    Environmental Assessment Specialist c.    Nature Protection/Biodiversity Specialist(s) (EIA) d.    Social Assessment Specialist (SIA / RPF) e.    Legal Specialist (RPF) f.      Non key staff like cultural/historical and social expert, national coordinator of nationalenvironmental team etc. might be included in the offer. The attention of interestedConsultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines:Selection and Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by WorldBankBorrowers January 2011("Consultant Guidelines") setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Consultantsmay associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a subconsultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consultant will be selectedin accordance with theSelection Based on the Consultants' Qualifications (CQS) method as outlined in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can beobtained at the address below during office hours, 0900 to 1700 hours. The Procurement Specialist Attention: Mr. Jack L Thabwa Umoyo House, 3rd Floor Victoria Avenue P.O Box 2047 BLANTYRE MALAWI Tel:               +2651 822 000 Fax:              +265 1 822008 Email:           jthabwa@escom.mw Expressions of interest mustbe clearly marked deposited in a tender box at the address below in person, or by secure mail by 14.00 hours on 8thDecember, 2015. The Chairman, Internal Procurement Committee Annex Building Tender Box No. 1 9 Haile Selassie Road P.O Box 2047 BLANTYRE, MALAWI

End of Term Evaluation of the Sustainable Energy Management Project

Malawi Country Office - MALAWI | Published November 17, 2016  -  Deadline December 2, 2016
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UNDP has continued to support the Malawi (GoM) through UNDAF outcomes focusing on environment and energy for sustainable economic development. The Malawi Growth and Development Strategy (MGDS) II 2011/12-2015/16 is the overarching operational medium-term strategy for Malawi. Its main objective remains to reduce poverty and achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). It is organized into six thematic areas: i) Sustainable Economic Growth; ii) Social Development iii) Social Support and Disaster Risk Management (DRM); iv) Infrastructure Development; v) Improved Governance and; vi) Cross-cutting issues of gender and capacity development. Under MGDS I, Malawi has achieved macro-economic stability, economic growth, unprecedented poverty reduction, national food security and a 50 % reduction in HIV prevalence rates. Links for National Development PlanDuring the 2012 -2016 cycle, under the MGDS theme 1 on sustainable economic empowerment, UNDP's support focused on improved coordination, investment planning, mainstreaming and knowledge management at the national and district levels to ensure a low emission and climate-resilient development. These objectives will be achieved by strengthening the policy environment, improving data and information management, and enhancing capacities for resource mobilization, coordination and monitoring of institutions responsible for climate change mitigation and adaptation, environment and natural resources management, disaster risk management and energy planning. UNDP support to government under this theme was through four main projects, namely: National Climate Change (NCCP), Disaster Risk Management (DRM), Environment and Natural Resources Management(ENRM); Sustainable Energy Management (SEM) and Poverty and Environment (PEI); but in this evaluation only the energy project will be evaluated.Closing date for application is 2nd December 2016.

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MINING GOVERVANCE AND GROWTH SUPPORT PROJECT | Published October 17, 2014  -  Deadline October 31, 2014
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Consultancy For The Design And Installation Of Geological Data Management Information Systems MINING GOVERVANCE AND GROWTH SUPPORTPROJECT MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES, ENERGY AND MINING REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONOF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES-FIRMS SELECTION) Country:Malawi Name of Project: Mining Governance and Growth SupportProject Assignment Title: Consultancy for the Design and Installationof Geological Data Management Information Systems ProcurementReference Number: MNREE/MGGSP/ COMP-C/C/04 IssueDate: 18th October, 2014 1.0    Background This Invitation for Expression of Interest (EOI) follows theGeneral Procurement Notice for this Project that appeared in the UN Development Business onlineof 23rd June,2011. The Government of Malawi (GoM) through the Ministry of NaturalResources, Energy and Mining is implementing the Mining Governance and Growth Support Project(MGGSP) with support from the WorldBank and European Union.  Among others, the Projecthas a component topromote the mineral sector. One of the objectives under this component is to establish a Geodata Management Center in order todigitise, store, and increase on-line access to geo data which will be stored and managed by a web-based application calledGeological Data Management Information System (GDMIS) which is integrated into GIS environment. Geological information isessential to the Government to understand the country's mineral potential as well as for a number of applications likeenvironmental management or land use planning. However, the information needs to be stored and made accessible to users, includingpotential investors. Public access provides the underlying rationale for the investment of public funds in acquiring and managingthe geo-data. The web-based application will allow timely, secure, andtransparent storage of data, easy handling of storages, processing and retrieval of large quantities of data, flow of information,searching and sorting of specific information uniformly, accurately, quickly and easy generation of reports and permittingintegration of graphic data. The GDMIS will be a real-time, role-based, conditional access system with entering the data onreal-time basis using the web andthe data getting stored and updated in designated central servers. It is expected that the GDMIS will have three components whichare: administrative system (back end), web based system interfaced with the user via internet(front end) and the underline databasewhich will be interfaced (several servers). To achieve thisdesire of establishing a GDMIS, theMinistry would like to seek services of a consulting firm to undertake the assignment as specified in the scope ofwork. 2.0    Scope of Work The consultant will design, develop, implement and train users of Geological Data ManagementInformation System (GDMIS). This system should provide suitable, flexible, interactive and user-friendly tools to allow collationof inputs as well as integration andexploitation of available information from various Geological Survey staff and from other inputmedia. The system should also produce standard reports and disseminate information to the general public in a systematic way. 2.1 Objectives of the Assignment The objective of the assignment is to ensure that a web-based GDMISis designed, developed and installed in the Geo-data Management Center (GDC) and that on the one hand staff is properly trained tomanage the data, and on the other the general public have full access to the data. 2.2 Specific Tasks The consultants' duties and responsibilities willinclude but will not necessarily be limited tothe following: i.             Review  Geological Data Management SystemReport by Dr. Andy Killick and complete the inventory of existing geological data as needed ii.           Organize and supervise the scanning and digitizing of existing analoguegeological, geo-chemical,geo-physical and geo-hazard data (includingreports, maps and related literature). Designand develop a GDMIS application according to common sets of fundamental GIS design steps; qualities of good database   and according to international best practices. These willinclude; a.      Carrying out system analysis anddesigning of the system architecture. b.     Developing an application prototype c.      Carrying out Meta data repositoryanalysis iii.         Develop the geo-database (Implementation phase) iv.         Deploy the database system GDMIS (implementation of the system) v.           Produce system user manuals ( such a system will provide appropriate security and access protocolsand relevant fee arrangements, consistent with normal mineral industry practices) vi.         Train database users for inputting, using, managing, updating and verifying data atdifferentlevels a.       Training for all members of staff working with theGDMISpreferably by a GIS expert and a geoscientist b.      Training for system administrator and Network administrator. 3.0   Invitation forExpression of Interest TheMinistry of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining now invites eligible Consulting Firms to indicate their interest in providing theservices. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualificationsand relevantexperience to undertake the assignment as follows: The team leader must: Possess aBSc/ MSc in Geosciences orrelated field.Be experienced geoscientist with a strong database and GISbackground; 3+ years of    experience in heading the projects of similar nature and overall experience of 8yearsHave at least 5 years of experience in designing and developing databases software of similarnature; Have headed minimumthree end-to-end software development projects with similar level of intricacies.Have  at least three years of experiencein undertaking similar assignments in the African region; ·         Have a good command of written and spoken English. 4.0    The shortlistingcriteria Interested firms must provide information indicating that they are qualified to provide the services throughprovision of thefollowing; a)      Brochures or any information giving overall outlook of the firm in terms of corebusiness and general capacity b)      Not less than 10 years in consultancy related to theassignment c)      Evidence of experience in similar conditions d)     Availability of appropriate skills among staff 5.0    SelectionCriteria The Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost Based Selection Method set out inthe Consultant Guidelines. 6.0    Conflict ofInterest The attention of interested consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selectionand Employment ofConsultants (under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants) by World Bank Borrowers January, 2011, setting forththe World Banks' policy onconflict of interest. 7.0    FurtherInformation Further information can be obtained at the address below during working hours from 08 - 12 and 13 ? 16 hourslocal time (Monday to Friday) except National Public Holidays. 8.0    How toSubmit Expression of Interest must be delivered in written form to the address in paragraph 10 below (in person orby email or by mail) by 31st October, 2014. Late bids will automatically be rejected. The EOI must be clearly marked, "Expression of Interestfor Consultancy for the Design and Installation of Geological Data Management Information Systems for theMining Governance and Growth Support Project.'' 9.0   Address for Clarification, further details and submission of theEOIs: The Project Coordinator Mining Governance and GrowthSupport Project Attention: The ProcurementSpecialist andrew.mopiha@mggsp.gov.mw Telephone:  +265 1 759 906 / +265 999 698 536 Fax; +265 1788689 Physical Address: Mining Governance and GrowthSupport Project (MGGSP) Ministry of NaturalResources, Energy and Mining Area4 Next to ImmigrationDepartment Opposite Plant and VehicleHire Organization (PVHO) Lilongwe Malawi Postal Address: Mining Governance and GrowthSupport Project (MGGSP) Ministry of NaturalResources, Energy and Mining (MNREM) Private Bag350 CapitalCity Lilongwe3 Malawi Telephone: + Tel. +265 1759906/07 Email: malawimining.growth@mggsp.gov.mw/ andrew.mopiha@mggsp.gov.mw TheChairperson (InternalProcurement Committee) MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES, ENERGY AND MINING (MNREM)

MW-Energy Sector Project - P099626

ESCOM LTD | Published December 25, 2015  -  Deadline January 20, 2016
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Addendum # 2 - Supply And Installation Of 33kv And 11kv Distribution Lines, Capacitor Banks,electrification Of Peri- Urban Areas And Underground Cables THEELECTRICITY SUPPLY CORPORATION OF MALAWI LTD. ProjectName: Electricity Network Strengthening and Expansion for Energy Sector Support Project (ESSP) IDA CreditNo. 49800-MW TenderReference No: ESC06/PJCT/ICB/G/FY2015-16 Subject ofProcurement: Supply and Installation of 33kV and 11kV Distribution Lines, Capacitor Banks, Electrification of Peri- Urban Areas and Underground Cables ADDENDUM #2 ItemNo. Section/Subject Clause/Subject Page BiddersQuery ESCOMReply 1 Lot 3,  Schedule6   GTP Final 12 Oct15, scope ofthe specification data sheet of the energy meter Clause11.1,MECHANICAL             &CONSTRUCTIONAL 59 As for onerequest of the energy meter: Able to parallel up external tamper detectors for several meters to detect same external tamper e.g.meter box opening. Please clarify whatis application Yes, it is required toavoid bypass in the box. All meters in the box to trip on external tamper upon opening of the box. 2 Lot3,  Schedule6   GTP Final12 Oct15, scope of the specification data sheet of the energy meter Clause11.1,DISPLAY INCDICATORS, FACILITIES                   &CAPABILITIES 61 Display meter's configuration at the CIU is needed to comply Which configuration? Pleasegive us more detailedinformation The minimumconfigurable  are as follows:- i) prepayment/postpayment mode of operation ii)Configurable emergency credit operation iii) Configurable disconnection on tamper iv) Configurabledisplay onTamper 3 Lot3,  Schedule6   GTP Final12 Oct15, scope of the specification data sheet of the energy meter Clause11.1,DISPLAY INCDICATORS, FACILITIES                   &CAPABILITIES 61 Asfor the specification of the meter: Display supply group code via short code, it is needed to comply Please explain and givemore detailed information. BISApproved 4 Lot3,  Schedule6   GTP Final12 Oct15, scope of the specification data sheet of the energy meter Clause11.1,DISPLAY INCDICATORS, FACILITIES                   &CAPABILITIES 61 Asfor the specification of the meter: Standardised short codes, it is needed to comply Please explain and give more detailedinformation. BISApproved 5 Lot3,  Schedule6   GTP Final12 Oct15, scope of the specification data sheet of the energy meter Clause11.1,Meter Indelible Markings 62 Asone request of Meter Indelible Markings: "Tested" sticker, it is needed to comply Themanufacture need to be given moreexplanations and clarifications. Need for a stickerthat is indelible marking stating ''Tested'' to confirm QA requirements 6 Lot3,  Schedule1,   technicalspecifications , chapter F, scope of the energy meter Clause6.1CONSTRUCTION FEATURES 252 Thecircuit breaker is the accessory of the energy meter We need to affirm whether the circuit breaker is needed to supply. Yes 7 Lot3,  Schedule6   GTP Final12 Oct15, scope of the specification data sheet of 4 Way Single Phase Energy Meter Pole Top Enclosure Clause11.2 63 4 WaySingle Phase Energy Meter Pole Top Enclosure Please affirm the way of installationof the pole topenclosure. By steel banding ontwo positions 8 Lot3,  Schedule6   GTP Final12 Oct15, scope of the specification data sheet of 4 Way Single Phase Energy Meter Pole Top Enclosure Clause11.2,Indelible Markings on Enclosure lid 63 For 4Way Single Phase Energy Meter Pole Top Enclosure, as one request of Indelible Markings on Enclosure lid:Tampering Shall BeProsecuted, it is needed to comply The manufacture need to be given moreexplanations and clarifications for this request. Indelible markingon the cover stating ''TAMPERING SHALL BE PROSECTED'' on the front cover isrequired. 9 Schedule 1 Chapter G  Technical specificationswooden poles andblocks 120 wehave checked all the specifications , there is no specification about wooden poles accessory Please provide the drawings?sample or detailed technical specifications in order that we could provide the rightproducts and better prepare the technical documents for this bid. The attached form (Attachment 1) is the list of the wooden polesaccessories Attached are ESCOMwooden pole specifications Stock Code 13/003 for 9m, Stock Code 13/005 for11m and Stock Code 13/007 for 12.6m. (See Attachment 5,6&7) 10 Lot 3,  Schedule6  GTP Final 12 Oct15, scope of thespecification data sheet of 16m? LV Aluminium Concentric Service Cable Clause6.6 41 16m? Concentric Service Cable , Alluminium with communication Please find the attachment 2.The cable's drawing and the specification data is provided, please confirm whether it can meet the requirement. Yes 11 Schedule 6 GTP 3.0- MV Conductors & 8.0 - 66KV Line Materials 3.1, 3.2,3.3, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4 29-31& 47 -49 ACSR Conductor100mm² DOG ACSR Conductor 175mm² Lynx AAC 100 mm2 Wasp Conductor 130mm2 ACSR Tiger Conductor 150 mm2 ACSR WolfConductor 175 mm2 ACSR LYNX Conductor Please confirm whether there is antiseptic oil for these conductors. If there is, whattypes of coatings are available, interior or steel-cored? No 12 Lot 4,  Schedule6   GTP Final12 Oct15, scope of  Cable Fault Locator and HV TestEquipment Clause13.0, 66 Asfor the cable fault locator, there are two types of this product. Please confirm thatthe loose instruments shall be required orthat the system could be installed in the vehicle. Loose Instrumentshall be required 13 Lot3,Schedule6   GTP Final 12 Oct15, scope of Distribution Box with MCCBs33kV or 11 /0.4kV Clause5.1 Asfor the 400V Cubicle Distribution Box, there is only one technical data sheet. The detailed drawing is requested kindly toprovide apart from the technicaldata sheet. Additional data isattached "Distribution box additional Data"  providing busbar and circuitbreaker ratings (See attachment8) 14 FBD ESCOMVol 1_Lines Final 12Oct15 & FBD ESCOM Vol_ II Lines Final 12Oct15 13.3 Marking for Transport 62& 66 (1)Plant, Test and Inspection Schedule, HSEQ and Others (2) All parts of the Contracted Equipment and the Contractor'sequipment shall be well-packed and protected against loss or damage during transport by sea and over land? Is this "Plant" samewith contractor's equipment or any difference? Yes, Plant is bothContracted equipment and Contractor'sequipment. 15 ForM.V. and L.V. Conductor, the Technical Specification is given in Chapter D of schedule 1 along with Technical data Schedule but inChapter I of Schedule 6, at page 29 to 31, again Technical Data Sheets have been given with different values. Please clarify whichare to be followed. Use Schedule 6- Pages 29to 31 Values 16 Losses and Impendences given in the Technical Specification of Distribution Transformer given in Chapter B of Schedule Iare different from the Technical Data Sheets given in Chapter I of Schedule 6 (Page 7 & 13). Pleaseclarify. Use Vol 1 Section IIIClause 1.2 ( c), Page  1-35 17 TheCreepage distanceof the Surge Arrestor given in the Sketch (Page 11, Chapter M) of Schedule I of Technical specification is 20mm/kV whereas in Technical Data Sheet at Page 55 of Chapter I of Schedule 6, it is 30 mm/kV.PleaseClarify. Use30mm/kV 18 PowerFrequency withstand Voltage (Dry & Wet) and Mechanical failing load of LV Bobbin Insulators is different in TechnicalSpecification (Chapter E Page 19)and Technical data Sheet (Page 27 of Chapter I of Schedule 6).Pleaseclarify. Use Schedule 6- Page 27Values 19 The TechnicalSpecification of the Concentric Cable 16 Sq.mm is not available. See Volume IISchedule 6 Item 6.6- Page 41 20 It ismentioned in Price Schedule No. 2 that the Vehicle and the Vehicle and Mobile Phones shall be as specified in Vol. 2 but no detailsavailable in Vol. 2. It is providein  Volume II Clause 12.2.2 and 12.2.3, Pages 60-61 21 ThePower Frequency withstand Voltage (Dry) for 33kV Fuse Cut Out given in Chapter E of Schedule I, is as 170 kV, where as in TechnicalData Sheet at page 33 of Chapter I of Schedule 6, is given as 95 kV. The creepage/Leakage distance is also given 610 mm where as inspecification it is 31 mm/kV (i.e. 31x36=1116 mm). Please clarify. Use 95kV and 610mmas per attached ESCOM Spec "10_116 Drop-out fuse-link assembly 33kV"- Stock Code 10/117 (See attachment 4) 22 TheGTP for 33 kV Polymer Post Insulator was not given. This may please be supplied. Refer to Volume IISchedule 6 Item 2.1 and 2.2, Page 26 with correction for 2.2 as in Item 23 below. 23 TheGTPs of the following Material given in Schedule 6 are incorrect:i.                    Para2.2 Page 26 ? 33 kV Polymer Pin Insulatorsii.                 Para 4.1 Page 33 ? 33kV Fuse Link Assemblyiii.               Para 6.2 Page 35 ? LV 4 CoreXLPE Insulated Armoured Cableiv.               Para 6.6 Page 41/42 ? 16 Sq.mm LVAlConcentric Service CablePlease provide the correctedGTPs of above. i) Para 2.2 33kV Polymer Pin Insulator, please note correct values are-Dry power Frequency Withstand Voltage, 50Hz kV 70Lightning impulseVoltage, 50Hz kV (peak) 170Minimum Specified mechanical failing load (SML) kN 45ii) Para 4.1 use attachment 4ESCOM spec. ''10_116 Drop-out fuse-link assembly 33kV'' - Stock Code - 10/117iii) Para 6.2 Use attachment 3 ESCOM specification ''03_025 Cable 185mm2600-1000V PVC-SWA-PVC 4-core Cu'' effectively replacing XLPE with PVC insulationiv) Para 6.6  Use industrial bestpractice, Refer to Item 10 above 24 Please Confirm that the material of Stay Insulators shall be Glazed Porcelain instead of GlazedComposite. Confirmed Glazedporcelain 25 Please confirm that Dimensions and ultimate load of wooden poles shall be as per GTP. As per the ESCOMspecifications attached. Refer to Item 9 above. 26 Inthe Drawing No. 5084014-POLE-E2001 (Alignment Pole), 33 kV Pin Insulators is shown as directly fixed on the Poles wherespecification of Polymer Line Post Insulator (Clause 6.1 of Chapter C), Line Post Insulators fixed with two Bolts is shown. Pleaseclarify which type of Polymer Insulators required for Alignment Pole. According to design eitherof it can be used 27 VolI According toSection I Instruction to Bidders, item 17.5 refers to sales tax and other taxes payable in the Employer's country, thosetaxes are applied to schedules 1 to 6 of Lot 4. How do we submit the breakdown of these taxes in the priceschedules? Breakdown can be specifiedas percentage or by adding anadditional column at right most side alongside Total price. All applicable taxes should be included.Please note the purpose of quoted taxes is for any adjustments for changes in tax rates between bid closing and contractaward. 28 VolI In Section I Instruction to Bidders, item 17.4 and 17.5 itis refer Schedule 6 ?Recommended spare parts, however this schedule is not available. Can you please send this schedule? Recommended spare partscan be quoted using Schedule 1 format 29 PriceSchedule According with item 1 of price schedule No 1, it isindicated a totalquantity of the cable supplied, 10.411 meters. However, in Volume II, 1.2 Scope of supply is mention a total quantity of11.500 to Lot 4. What is the total quantity of cable to supply and install for Lot 4? It is 10,411m as per Lot 4Price Schedule 30 PriceSchedule In item 6 of price schedule No 4 it is indicated a price for line e). These pricesare to keep or they are an example of how to submit the price of miscellaneous and day works? For each item we mustindicate twocurrencies as showed or just one? If it is local item itshould be in MWK & USD for overseas item. These prices shall be used for any future scope changes and not added to Final BidPrice. 31 PriceSchedule In item 3 of price schedule Nº 1, is refer a cable fault locator. In Volume IIin Facilities and Service for the employersays that the cable fault locator should be supply as per the TechnicalSpecification. In Technical Specification we only have the "Earth Fault Locator" in the Ring Main Unit chapter. Doesthe cable fault locator refers to this earth fault locator? Can you send technical specification of the cable faultlocator? For Cable Fault Locatorplease refer to Volume II Clause12.2.5, Page 62 and Volume II Schedule 6 Para 13.0 page 66 32 VolIII Regarding the volume III, section VII, general condition 14 says the contractorshall bear and pay all taxes, duties, levies andcharges assessed. Where do we put the breakdown of all this taxes, duties, leviesand charges? Breakdown can be specifiedas percentage or by adding anadditional column at right most side alongside Total price. All applicable taxes should be included.Please note the purpose of quoted taxes is for any adjustments for changes in tax rates between bid closing and contractaward. In the Structure BOQ, theBOQ for the detail of structure of 0.4 kV Line to be constructed with AAC 100 Sq.mm wasp, 3-Phase 4-wire was given, however theStructure detail for 0.4 kV ? Line to be constructed with ABC, 95 Sq.mm 3 Phase 4- wire is not given. Kindly arrange to provide theStructure BOQ for the Line to be constructed with ABC, 95 Sq.mm 3 Phase 4- wire. Please use  attachment 12 revised Lot 2 Price Schedule Rev 5 1) ABC Structure BOQ is provided inattached Structure BOQ Sheet items - O, R, P and Q. 2) Item 2.00 of Schedule 1 and 4 has been split using 2.00A for OHL and2.00B for ABC. 33 Schedule I /GT Requirement/ Clause 1.2 Informationto accompany bid 6 Please be informed at thetime of tender stage if may not be feasible for a bidder to submit these documents (sag tension charts, foundation details, GADrawing etc.) Kindly confirm whether the same can be submitted by the successful contractor at the time of detailed engineering forthe project YES 34 Schedule I /GeneralTechnical  Requirement Clause2.1.1 11kV power cables ? from line  to distribution transformers; cableshall run partly underground and also inair Please provide drawingdepicting arrangement of cable laying in air and underground Please use attachment 10drawing number 5084014-POLE-E2000 35 Schedule I /GeneralTechnical  Requirement Clause4.4 Earthingpractice Please provide drawingsfor prevailing earthing practicein Malawi Please use attachment 11drawing 'Substation earthing drawing' The Current practice is touse three(3) to four(4) earth mats using 4 x Earth Rods and 200m of 70mm2 Hard Drawn Copper BareWire 36 Schedule I /GeneralTechnical  Requirement Clause8.2.2 FencingWall Please provide the detailsof concrete fencing for distribution transformers Please not that this is NOT required in all lots 37 Schedule I /Technical  Specifications Clause1 Chapter B ?Distributiontransformer Transformer is to beoperated in parallel with existing transformers. Details of existing transformer/equipment need to bearranged Please note that NOTRANSFORMER will operate in parallel with another Transformer 38 Schedule I /Technical  Specifications Chapter B ?Distributiontransformer Please provide terminationarrangement of drawings of transformer Please Refer to drawingNo. Attachment 10 -5084014-POLE-E2000 39 Schedule I /Technical  Specifications Chapter B ?Distributiontransformer Copper earthing requiredand please provide earthing arrangement of existing transformers Please refer to 37above 40 Schedule I /Technical  Specifications Chapter E ?MV Fuse Cut out/ MV Fuse Link Technical Specifications Please clarify which typeof MV Cut Out fuse for 33kV and 11kV need to be used and kindly also provide the drawing for the same Please refer to 21above 41 Schedule I /Technical  Specifications Chapter F / Pole MountedDBand Price Schedule Lot 1 Transformer/BOQ We understand that PoleMounted Distribution Boxes required for Low Tension Side Connection for transformer, however we could find the quantity ofDistribution  boxes in the Price Schedule of Lot 1 Please note thatDistribution boxes are NOT required inLot 1 42 Drawing Number E1000 for11kV Cable Trench Trenchdrawing Please clarify the meaningof "CCT 1-5" and "CCT 1-3" CCT 1-5 means Circuit 1 to circuit 5. For Lot 1, the trench will accommodate from 1 x cable to 5 x cablesdepending on location and cable directions CCT 1-3 means Circuit 1 tocircuit 3. For Lot 4, the trench will accommodate from 1 x cable to 3 x cables depending on location and cabledirections 43 Civil Clarification withrespect to Underground Cables Drawing Number E1000 &E1002 From the drawing it is notclear that how many number of3 core cable need to be laid in one trench. Kindly clarify Refer to Item No. 42above 44 Price Schedule Lot1 Price Schedule Lot1 Lot 1  Transformer structures Items is not included in Price Schedule Please note thattransformer structure is NOT required in Lot 1 45 Schedule 1 / RMU /Technical Specification Technical Specification /BOQ 11kV 300sq mm single corecable for RMU connection is not included in price schedule. Please incorporate the same in price schedule and also confirm thequantity for the same Please note this cable isNOT required. 46 Technical Specifications / Chapter N / RMU / Clause1.3 ? type test We understand that ifmanufacturers has relevant type test reports for similar equipment for last 5 years then there is no need to repeat type test againon the same equipment. Please confirm Type Test isrequired 47 Technical Specifications Chapter I / Capacitor Bank/ Clause 2.4 Please clarify whether theautomatic power factor control panel in bidder's scope or employer's scope It is in Bidder'sScope 48 Technical Specifications Chapter I / Capacitor Bank Please provide uscapacitor bank arrangement drawings including CT/NCT/LA/Isolator ETC Use the current industrialpractice 49 Technical Specifications Chapter I / CapacitorBank Please provide capacitorbank foundation details Please note that they willbe mounted on existing H-pole wooden structure 50 Lot 4 Price Schedule 2 &Price Schedule 4 River crossing ofcable Please provide thearrangement of river crossing for cable Please note it is throughsteel pipe 51 Lot 4 Price Schedule 2 &Price Schedule 4 CableTunnel Please provide the detailsof cable tunnel The Tunnel is500x500mm 52 Price Schedule Lot 1.3 Item no.4.10 132kV lineStructure In Lot 1.3 BOQ shownwooden pole structure for 132kV line dead ends. As we understand in lattice steel structures. It is Wooden Polestructure 53 Lot 4 Price schedule 1 / Item3.3 / Cable fault Locator Please provide technicalspecification for Cable Fault locator Please find the technicalSpec in Vol II ?Schedule 6 Item No 13.0 54 Lot 1 & Lot 4 Cable TerminationArrangements Please provide cabletermination arrangement at various places Please see details Vol II-Schedule 1 -Chapter K 55 Drawing Number E2001,E2002, E2003 Please provide thedetailed drawings of various accessories to be used in the poles Use standardpractice 56 Price Schedule Lot1 Item No.1.6 Structural Isolation withD-fuses Please provide the drawingfor the same Please useBOQ 57 Section 3-EconomicEvaluation Clause No1.2 Transformer lossesspecified in section 3 Clause no. 1.2"Economic evaluation are different from the losses specified in Chapter B Technicalspecification Distribution Transformers Clause No 3.2.10 "Capitalization of Losses" Kindly Clarify which losses need to beconsidered Refer to 16 Above 58 Section VI- TechnicalSpecifications Chapter G Woodpoles As per section 6 TechnicalSpecifications Chapter G- Wood Poles Clause No 26 Stay Blocks and brace/Kicking/Concrete Blocks- itis mentioned stay blocks andbrace / concreate block shall be in accordance with Figure 5 figure 6(a) and 6 (b). but in tender document these drawing are notavailable. You are requested to clarify the following a)      Please furnish drawings ofstay blocks and brace/kicking/concrete blocks b)       Please furnish thedetails on the application of stay blocks and brace/ concrete blocks Please refer to drawings in the bid document- Attachment 9- 5084014-POLE-E1014A 59 As per Schedule 1-Technical Specification Clause no.1.3 Information to be approvedbefore commencing work 7 As per schedule 1?Technical specifications Clause No. 1.3 Page No 7 for all types of foundations are suitable calculations for foundation strengths,foundation drawings, loading data, pole deflection and fibre stress calculation, conductor clearance and election diagrams. Weunderstand that the loading calculation is required for alltypes of pole foundations particular for stress diagrams aresuitablecalculations for foundation strength will only be performed in tower structures not for the general pole erectedfoundations. So, please clarify YES 60 As per Schedule 1-Technical Specification Clause 1.5 serviceConditions 7 As per tenderspecification maximum outdoor temperature mention is -5 degrees. Please note in tender Ice loading details are not mentionedanywhere. Please clarify whether Ice loading calculation is required to consider or not Ice Loading calculationNOT Required 61 Price Schedule, Schedule No 1 Lot 2 Itemno 6.2 4 Way Single phase Splitdin Rail Prepayment Energy Meter Pole Top Enclosure Kindly furnish thedetailed specification and drawing ofenclosure Please refer tospecification  in Vol II Schedule 6 Item No 11.2 for the encloseddetailedspecification 62 ITB17.5(a) Volume I /Section II Bid Data Sheet C. Preparation ofBids 1-30 General Amendment toBid Named place ofdestination: DAP project sites at Northern, Central and Southern Regions in Malawi asrequired in Volume II ? Employer's Requirement ? Scope of Work 63 ITB17.5(d) Volume I /Section II Bid DataSheet C. Preparation ofBids 1-30 General Amendment toBid Named place ofdestination: DAP project sites at Northern, Central and Southern Regions in Malawi asrequired in Volume II ? Employer's Requirement ? Scope of Work All attachments mentioned have been sent to allprospective bidders who bought tender documents. The documents can also be viewed on www.escom.mw and UNDB. ESCOM LTD

MW-Energy Sector Project - P099626

Electricity Supply Commission of Malawi (Energy Sector Project) | Published April 17, 2015  -  Deadline May 15, 2015
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Addendum Number 2:supply And Installation Of Five New Substations And Extension And Rehabilitation Of Five Existing Substations ELECTRICITYSUPPLY CORPORATION OF MALAWI LIMITED ENERGY SECTOR SUPPORT PROJECT (ESSP) Supply and Installation of five New Substations and Extension and Rehabilitation of fiveExisting Substations IFB NUMBER ESC02/PJCT/ICB/W/FY2014-15 ADDENDUM NUMBER 2 ESCOM Limited has received queries on bid submission date extension. You will recall that the original bid submission dateis 22nd April, 2015. On consideration of the issue, ESCOM Ltd has come up with an amendment and all bidders' attentionis drawn to   table 1 below: TABLE 1: CHANGE OF CLOSING DATE OF SUBMISSION OF BIDS. ITB Clause Reference INITIAL PROVISION REVISED PROVISION 23.1 For bid submission purposes only, the Employer's address is : The Chairman ?Internal Procurement Committee, Address:   ESCOM Ltd, ESCOM House, Annex Building, ICT Reception, Tender BoxNo. 1, 09 Haile Selassie, Blantyre, Malawi. Thedeadline for bid submission is: Date:  22nd April,2015 Time: 10.30 am For bid submission purposes only, the Employer's address is : The Chairman ?Internal Procurement Committee, Address:   ESCOM Ltd, ESCOM House, Annex Building, ICT Reception, Tender BoxNo. 1, 09 Haile Selassie, Blantyre, Malawi. Thedeadline for bid submission is: Date:  15th May,2015 Time: 10.30 am 26.1 The bid opening shall take place at: Blantyre, Malawi ESCOM Training Hall, End of Johnstone Road off Masauko ChipembereHighway City : Blantyre Country: Malawi Date:  22nd April,2015 Time: 11.30am The bid opening shall take place at: Blantyre, Malawi ESCOM Training Hall, End of Johnstone Road off Masauko ChipembereHighway City : Blantyre Country: Malawi Date:  15th May,2015 Time: 11.30am Bidders are being requested to take note of the amendment All other details remain the same ESCOM LIMITED

MW-Energy Sector Project - P099626

Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi Limited | Published October 12, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
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Supply And Installation Of 33kv And 11kv Distribution Lines, Capacitor Banks, Electrification Of Peri Urban Areas And 11kv Underground Cables The Electricity Supply Corporation of MalawiLimited INVITATION FOR BIDS Project: Electricity Network Strengthening and Expansion forEnergy SectorSupport Project (ESSP) IDA Credit No. 49800-MW Subject of Procurement: Supply andInstallation of 33kV and 11kV Distribution Lines, CapacitorBanks, Electrification of Peri Urban Areas and 11kV Underground Cables. Procurement Reference No:ESC06/PJCT/ICB/G/FY2015-16 Issue Date:   12th October,2015 1. The Government of Malawi has received a credit from theInternational Development Association toward the cost of Energy Sector Support Project (ESSP), and it intends to apply part of theproceeds of this credit to payments under the contract for Supply andInstallation of 33kV and 11kV Distribution Lines, Capacitor Banks, Electrification of Peri Urban Areas and 11kV Underground Cablesthrough the Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi Limited. 2.         The Electricity Supply Corporation ofMalawi now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the Supply andInstallation of 33kV and 11kV Distribution Lines, Capacitor Banks, Electrification of Peri Urban Areas and 11kV UndergroundCables. The number of lots is four (4) and Delivery andConstruction period is 15 Months for Lot 1, Lot2 and Lot 3; and 12 Monthsfor Lot 4. 3.         The biddingprocess will be conducted through the International Competitive Bidding procedures as specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement of Goods, Works and Non-Consulting Services under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits &Grants, January 2011 ("Procurement Guidelines"), and is open to all eligible bidders as defined in the ProcurementGuidelines. In addition, please refer to the paragraphs 1.6and 1.7 in the above-mentioned Procurement Guidelines setting forth theWorld Bank's policy on conflict of interest. 4.         Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from TheElectricity Supply Corporation of Malawi Limited and inspect the bidding documents atthe address as given below under Item (A) from0800 to 1600 hours on working days. 5.         A complete set of bidding document in English may be purchased byinterested bidders on the submission of a written application to the address as given below under Item (A) and upon payment of anonrefundable feeof USD100.00 or Malawi Kwacha equivalent for those obtaining the document from withinMalawi. The method of payment will be through Electronic transfer or direct deposit into the following account. Account Name: ESCOM BOARDER Bank   : Standard Address:  PO Box 1111, Blantyre, Malawi Account No. : 0 2400 6307 3300 Swift Code:  SBICMWX Or by cash payment at the followingaddress: The Cash Office Electricity Supply Corporation of MalawiLimited Umoyo House 3rd Floor Victoria Avenue Blantyre MALAWI The document will be sent by courier at the bidder's cost or can be collectedby the prospective bidder or its authorizedrepresentative. 6.         Bids must be delivered to the address asgiven below under Item (B) at or before 13.30 Hours on 14th December, 2015.  All bids must be accompanied by a bid security in a freely convertible currency as specified in ITB 19.1.Latebids will be rejected. Bids will be opened in the presence of the bidders or their representatives who choose to attend at theaddress as given below under item (C). (A)      Procurement Specialist Attention: Jack LThabwa ESCOM Ltd, Umoyo House, 3rd Floor, Victoria Avenue, Blantyre, MALAWI. Phone: +265 1 822 000 Fax:     +265 1 821 367 Email:   jthabwa@escom.mw (B)      The Chairman ?Internal Procurement Committee, ESCOMLtd ESCOM House AnnexBuilding ICT Reception Tender BoxNo.1 09 Haille Selassie Blantyre,MALAWI (C)       The Training Hall Chichiri PowerStation End of Johnneson Road Off MasaukoChipembere High Way Blantyre,MALAWI This advertisement and related bidding document can beviewedand inspected on www.escom.mw ESCOM LTD

MW-Energy Sector Project - P099626

Energy Sector Support Project (ESSP) | Published March 24, 2015  -  Deadline May 13, 2015
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Supply And Delivery Of Lv Reticulation Materials And Equipment The Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi Limited INVITATION FOR BIDS Project: Electricity Network Strengthening and Expansion forEnergy Sector Support Project (ESSP) IDA Credit No.49800-MW Subject of Procurement: Supply and Delivery of LV Reticulation Materials andEquipment ProcurementReference No: ESC03/PJCT/ICB/G/FY2014-15 Issue Date:   26th March, 2015 1.         The Government of Malawi has received a creditfrom the International Development Association toward the cost of Energy Sector Support Project (ESSP), and it intends to applypart of the proceeds of this credit to payments under the contract for Supply and Delivery of Low Voltage Reticulation Materialsand Equipment through the Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi Limited. 2.         The ElectricitySupply Corporation of Malawi nowinvites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the Supply and Delivery of LV Reticulation Materials and Equipment. The number of lots is one (1) and Delivery period is 15 weeks. 3.         The bidding process will be conducted through the InternationalCompetitive Bidding procedures as specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement of Goods, Works and Non-Consulting Services under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants,January 2011 ("Procurement Guidelines"), and is open to all eligible bidders as defined in the Procurement Guidelines.In addition, please refer to the paragraphs 1.6 and 1.7 in the above-mentioned Procurement Guidelines setting forth the WorldBank's policy on conflict of interest. 4.         Interested eligible bidders may obtain furtherinformation from The Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi Limited and inspect the bidding documents at the address as givenbelow under Item (A) from 0800 to 1600 hours on working days. 5.         A complete set of bidding document in English maybe purchased by interested bidders on the submission of a written application to the address as given below under Item (A) and uponpayment of a nonrefundable fee of USD100.00 or Malawi Kwacha equivalent for those obtaining the document from withinMalawi. The method of payment will be through Electronic transfer or direct deposit into the following account. Account Name: ESCOM BOARDER Bank   :  Standard Address:  PO Box 1111,Blantyre, Malawi Account No. :  0 2400 6307 3300 Swift Code:  SBICMWX Or by cash payment at thefollowing address: The CashOffice Electricity Supply Corporationof Malawi Limited UmoyoHouse 3rdFloor VictoriaAvenue Blantyre MALAWI The document will be sent by courier at the bidder's cost or can be collected by the prospective bidder or its authorizedrepresentative. 6.         Bids must be delivered to the address as givenbelow under Item (B) at or before 13.30 Hours on 13th May, 2015.  All bidsmust be accompanied by a bid security for lot (s) bid for in a freely convertible currency as specified in ITB 20.1.Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be opened in the presence of the bidders' representatives who choose to attend at theaddress as given below under Item (C) below. (A)      Procurement Specialist Attention: Jack L Thabwa ESCOM Ltd, Umoyo House, 3rd Floor, Victoria Avenue, Blantyre, MALAWI. Phone: +265 1 822000 Fax:     +265 1 821 367 Email:   jthabwa@escom.mw (B)       The Chairman ?InternalProcurement Committee, ESCOM Ltd ESCOM House Annex Building ICT Reception Tender Box No.1 09 Haille Selassie Blantyre,MALAWI (C)        The Training Hall Chichiri PowerStation End of Johnneson Road Off Masauko Chipembere HighWay Blantyre,MALAWI This advertisement and related bidding document can be viewed and inspected on www.escom.mw ESCOM LTD

MW-Energy Sector Project - P099626

ESCOM (Energy Sector Support Project) | Published February 26, 2015  -  Deadline April 22, 2015
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Supply And Installation Of Five New Substations And Extension And Rehabilitation Of Five Existing Substations The Electricity Supply Corporation of MalawiLimited INVITATION FORBIDS Project: Electricity Network Strengthening and Expansion forEnergy SectorSupport Project (ESSP) IDA Credit No. 49800-MW Supply and Installation of five New Substations and Extension and Rehabilitation of fiveExisting Substations Procurement Reference No:ESC02/PJCT/ICB/G/FY2014-15 Issue Date: 2nd March, 2015 1.         The Government of Malawi has received a credit from the InternationalDevelopment Association toward the cost of Energy Sector Support Project (ESSP), and it intends to apply part of the proceeds ofthis credit to payments under the contract for Supply and Installation of five New Substationsand Extension and Rehabilitation offive Existing Substations throughthe Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi Limited. 2.         The Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi now invites sealed bidsfrom eligible bidders for the Supply and Installation of five New Substations and Extension and Rehabilitation of five ExistingSubstations. Delivery/Construction period is 16 months. 3.         The biddingprocess will be conducted through the International Competitive Bidding procedures as specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement of Goods, Works and Non-Consulting Services under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits &Grants, January 2011 ("Procurement Guidelines"), and is open to all eligible bidders as defined in the ProcurementGuidelines. In addition, please refer to the paragraphs 1.6and 1.7 in the above-mentioned Procurement Guidelines setting forth theWorld Bank's policy on conflict of interest. 4.         Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from TheElectricity Supply Corporation of Malawi Limited and inspect the bidding documents atthe address as given below under Item (A) from0800 to 1600 hours on working days. 5.         A complete set of bidding document in English may be purchased byinterested bidders on the submission of a written application to the address as given below under Item (A) and upon payment of anonrefundable feeof USD250.00 or MalawiKwacha equivalent for those obtaining the document from within Malawi. The method of payment will be through Electronictransfer or direct deposit into the following account. Account Name: ESCOM BOARDER Bank   :  Standard Address: PO Box 1111, Blantyre, Malawi Account No. : 0 2400 6307 3300 Swift Code:  SBICMWX Or by cash payment at the followingaddress: The Cash Office Electricity Supply Corporation of MalawiLimited Umoyo House 3rd Floor Victoria Avenue Blantyre MALAWI The document will be sent by courier at the bidder's cost or can be collectedby the prospective bidder or its authorizedrepresentative. 6.         Bids must be delivered to the address as given below under Item (B) ator before 10.30 Hours on22nd April, 2015.  All bidsmust be accompanied by a bid security for lot (s) bid for in a freely convertible currency as specified in ITB 20.1.Late bids willbe rejected. Bids will be opened in the presence of the bidders' representatives who choose to attend at the address as given belowunder Item (C) below. (A)      Procurement Specialist Attention: Jack LThabwa ESCOM Ltd, Umoyo House, 3rd Floor, Victoria Avenue, Blantyre, MALAWI. Phone: +265 1 822 000 Fax:     +265 1 821 367 Email:   jthabwa@escom.mw (B)      The Chairman ?Internal Procurement Committee, ESCOMLtd ESCOM House AnnexBuilding ICT Reception Tender BoxNo.1 09 Haille Selassie Blantyre,MALAWI (C)       The Training Hall Chichiri PowerStation End of Johnneson Road Off MasaukoChipembere High Way Blantyre,MALAWI This advertisement may also be viewed on www.escom.mw and on United Nations Development Busines website ESCOM LTD

End of Term Evaluation of the Environment and Natural Resources Management Project

Malawi Country Office - MALAWI | Published November 17, 2016  -  Deadline December 2, 2016
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UNDP has continued to support the Malawi (GoM) through UNDAF outcomes focusing on environment and energy for sustainable economic development. The Malawi Growth and Development Strategy (MGDS) II 2011/12-2015/16 is the overarching operational medium-term strategy for Malawi. Its main objective remains to reduce poverty and achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). It is organized into six thematic areas: i) Sustainable Economic Growth; ii) Social Development iii) Social Support and Disaster Risk Management (DRM); iv) Infrastructure Development; v) Improved Governance and; vi) Cross-cutting issues of gender and capacity development. Under MGDS I, Malawi has achieved macro-economic stability, economic growth, unprecedented poverty reduction, national food security and a 50 % reduction in HIV prevalence rates. Links to the National Development PlanDuring the 2012 -2016 cycle, under the MGDS theme 1 on sustainable economic empowerment, UNDP's support focused on improved coordination, investment planning, mainstreaming and knowledge management at the national and district levels to ensure a low emission and climate-resilient development. These objectives will be achieved by strengthening the policy environment, improving data and information management, and enhancing capacities for resource mobilization, coordination and monitoring of institutions responsible for climate change mitigation and adaptation, environment and natural resources management, disaster risk management and energy planning. UNDP support to government under this theme was through four main projects, namely: National Climate Change (NCCP), Disaster Risk Management (DRM), Environment and Natural Resources Management; Sustainable Energy Management (SEM) and Poverty and Environment (PEI); but in this evaluation only the Environment and Natural Resources Management (ENRM) project will be evaluated. The Closing date for the application is 2nd December 2016.

MW: Mining Technical Assistance Project - P120825

Mining Governance and Growth Support Project | Published June 24, 2015  -  Deadline July 16, 2015
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Consultancy For The Design And Installation Of Computerised Mineral Rights REVISED MINING GOVERVANCE AND GROWTH SUPPORT PROJECT MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES, ENERGY AND MINING REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES- FIRMSSELECTION) Country:Malawi Name of Project: Mining Governance and Growth Support Project Assignment Title: Consultancy for the Design and Installation of Computerised Mineral Rights Cadastre System Procurement ReferenceNumber: MNREE/MGGSP/ COMP-A/C/06 Issue Date;25th June, 2015 1.0  Background This Invitation for Expression of Interest (EOI) follows the General Procurement Notice for this Project that appeared inthe UN Development Business online of 23rd June, 2011. The Government of Malawi (Government)through the Ministry of NaturalResources, Energy and Mining (MNREM) is implementing the Mining Governance and Growth SupportProject (MGGSP) with support from the World Bank and European Union.  Among others, the project has a component to modernize minerals licensing by establishing a moderncomputer-based cadastral system for efficient and transparent allocation andmanagement of mineral exploration and mining rights byMNREM. The Government aims to improve competitiveness of the mining industry and to attract private investments through thestrengthening of governance and transparency in the administration of mining rights and activities. A computerized registry andMining Cadastre system is therefore being developed to meet international best practices. The Cadastre system will correctlyposition the mineral titles on the terrain, thereby minimizing conflicts and investment risks. To achieve this desire of establishing a Computerised Cadastre, the Ministry would like to seek services of a consultingfirm to undertake the assignment as specified in the scope of work. 2.0   Scope of Work The scope of services will includebut not limited to: a)         Pre ? computerization mining cadastralactivities; b)         Thedesign and installation of a web-based mineral right cadastresystem according to system specifications to be provided in thetermsof reference. c)         Testing and commissioning of the mineralrights cadastre system and; d)         Provision of user training. 2.1 Objectives of theAssignment The principal objective of the assignment is to design, install and test a new andmodern computerized Mineral Rights Cadastre System (MRCS) to automate the management of the application of mineral titles;guarantee transparency, efficiency and performance of the process; as well as ensure thesecurity of tenure and protection of miningtitles. The new system will improve governance and investment climate of the mining sector and provide easy access to informationto private investors, and improve transparency and public accountability. 2.2 SpecificTasks The consultants' duties and responsibilities will be, butnot necessarily limited to, the following: i.      Designing andimplementing Pre-computerisation cadastral activities ii.      Designing andinstalling a web-based cadastre system according to provided specifications. iii.      Carrying out acadastre user training focusing on Mineral Rights Cadastre, responsibilities, activities, techniques or functions. 3.0   Invitation for Expression of Interest The Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining now invites eligible Consulting Firms to indicate their interest inproviding the services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualificationsand relevant experience to undertake the assignment. 4.0   The shortlistingcriteria The desired firm shall have experience in doing similarassignments and also must have done two or more contracts in the last five years which the Government team may visit as part oftraining. In particular, the interested firms must provide information indicating that they are qualified to provide the services through provision ofthe following; i.      Brochures or any information giving overall outlook of the firm in terms of core business and generalcapacity ii.      Proofof not less than 10 years' experience in consultancies related to the assignment iii.      Availability of appropriate skills among staff which shall include, a mining cadaster expert, a mining cadaster trainer andmining cadaster systems design expert. In addition, the firm must have a team leader with: i.         At least 10 years ofexperience in planning, coordination and implementation of geospatial projects. ii.          A minimum of 5 years of experience inAfrica. iii.         At least 10 years of experience managing mining cadastre system implementations. iv.         at least an internationally recognizeduniversity degree in mining, geology, geography or geodesy 5.0   SelectionCriteria Thesuccessful firm will be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost Based Selection Method set out in the ConsultantGuidelines. 6.0   Conflict ofInterest Theattention of interested firms is drawn toparagraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants(under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants) by World Bank Borrowers January, 2011, setting forth the World Banks' policy onconflict of interest. 7.0   FurtherInformation Further information can be obtained at the address below during working hours from 08 - 12 and 13 ? 16 hours local time(Monday to Friday) except National Public Holidays. 8.0   How toSubmit Expression of Interest must be delivered in written form to the address in paragraph 9 below (in person or by emailor bycourier) on or before 16th July,2015. Late bids will automatically be rejected. The EOI must be clearly marked, "Expression of Interest for Consultancy for theDesign and Installation of Computerised Mineral Rights Cadastre System 9.0  Address for Clarification, further details and submission of theEOIs: Physical Address: The Project Coordinator Mining Governance and Growth Support Project (MGGSP) Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy andMining Area 4 Next to Immigration Department Opposite Plant and Vehicle HireOrganization (PVHO) Lilongwe Malawi Attention: The Procurement Specialist Postal Address: The Project Coordinator Mining Governance and Growth Support Project (MGGSP) Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy andMining (MNREM) Private Bag 350 Capital City Lilongwe 3 Malawi Attention: TheProcurement Specialist Telephone:  +265 1 759 906/ +265 999 698 536 Fax: +265 1 788689 Email: malawimining.growth@mggsp.gov.mw/ andrew.mopiha@mggsp.gov.mw The Chairperson (Internal ProcurementCommittee) MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES, ENERGY ANDMINING (MNREM)

MW: Mining Technical Assistance Project - P120825

Mining Governance and Growth Support Project (MGGSP) | Published August 17, 2015  -  Deadline September 4, 2015
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Consultancy For Interpretation Of Airborne Geophysical Data. MINING GOVERVANCE AND GROWTH SUPPORT PROJECT MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES, ENERGY AND MINING REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES- FIRMSSELECTION) Country:Malawi Name of Project: Mining Governance and Growth Support Project Assignment Title: Consultancy for Interpretation of Airborne Geophysical Data. Procurement Reference Number: MNREE/MGGSP/ COMP-C/C/02 Issue Date; 12 August,2015 1.0  Background This Invitation for Expression of Interest (EOI) follows the General Procurement Notice for this Project that appeared inthe UN Development Business online of 23rd June 2011. The Government of Malawi (GoM) through the Ministry of NaturalResources, Energy and Mining is implementing the Mining Governance and Growth Support Project (MGGSP) with support from the WorldBank and European Union.  Among others, the projecthas a component to promote the mineral sector. One of the outputs under this component is to acquire country-wide high resolutionairborne geophysical data. A total of approximately 442,933.4 line-km of new magnetometer and gamma ray spectrometer data wasacquired at 250m line spacing, overan area of about 95,000 km2 and a total of 14,546.54 line-km airborne gravity datawas acquired at 1000m and 500m line-spacing over three discrete blocks with a total area of about 11,533km2. Two of thediscrete blocks are onshore while the third one is on Lake Malawi. The Project would like to apply part of the resources to financethe interpretation of the data. To achieve this, the Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy andMining would like to seek services of a dedicated, experienced and qualified firm with specialised geophysicists and geologists tointerpret the country-wide high resolution airborne geophysical data that has just been collected. 2.0   Scope of Work The successful bidder will carry out the interpretation of the acquired country-wide highresolution airborne geophysical data (magnetometer and gamma ray spectrometer) which covers almost all the land area of Malawi,plus three blocks of airborne gravimeter coverage. 2.1 Objectives of the Assignment The objective of the assignment isto compile digitalinterpretation maps at scales 1:100,000; 1:250,000; and 1:1,000,000 (with reference to the existing map sheet layout) integratingthe new geophysical data with all relevant geoscientific data of the country that is presently known. 2.2 SpecificTasks The consultants' duties and responsibilities will includebut not be limited to the following: a)     Carry out interpretation of the geophysical data at scales1:100,000 and 1:250,000 with reference to the following: i.         Potential sites of kimberlite intrusionsand their relation to known diamond occurrences in the region. ii.         Potential sites for gold and base metalsmineralization in Malawi. iii.         Potential sites for hydrocarbons inMalawi iv.         Neo-tectonics, rifting structures andthe existence of basins of any age that may have potential for oil and/or gas. v.         3D basin modelling for the three blockscovered in the project. vi.         The underlying structure of Karoo-agerifts and their relation to earlier and subsequent rifting events. vii.        The distribution of Phanerozoic alkaline intrusions and their mineral potential. viii.        Terrane boundaries within the Basement Complex of Malawi and their relation to known or suspectedboundaries in Mozambique, Zambia and Tanzania. ix.         Key locations for age-dating eitherwithin or outside this project. x.         Dykes and their relationship to known ornew dyke swarms in the region. xi.         Depth estimation to significantanomalous magnetic sources. xii.        Surficial geomorphological features such as soil types, land-use potential, erosion and floodinghazards. xiii.        Relevance of the geophysical data in evaluating groundwater resources b)   Compile a synoptic interpretation map of the whole country at scale1:1,000,000 in a standardformat in effect updating the national geological map of 1966. c)    Carry out any necessary processing of all the geophysical survey data to provide definitivenational grids to which future geophysical survey work in Malawi may be keyed. d)   Identify the relationships between geophysical signatures and knownmineral occurrences andstructures across the whole spectrum of potential mineral resources in the country. e)    Compile geophysical image maps at scale 1:250,000 combining an optimized ternary radiometricimage with a suitable derived shading of the magnetic anomaly in grey-scale which will be delivered as PDF files suitable forpublication as well as for geological field use. f)    Come up with a short programme of field checking during the project and plans for this should besubmitted in advance for comments from the supervising consultant and the Director of Geological Survey Department. g)   Carry out on-the-job training for counterpart geoscientists. h)   Prepare a short paper that could be submitted for publication in a peer reviewed and wellregarded geological journal. i)     Prepare a scheme for effective communication of the final results of the work to the broaderearth science community, both local and an international. In addition the bidder should prepare a compendium of potential areas ofmineralization in Malawi for promotion purpose. j)     Compile a final report which will accompany the interpreted maps and shall be in a form that maybe easily adapted and published (digitally) as a memoir of the Geological Survey of Malawi. 3.0   Invitation for Expression of Interest The Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining now invites eligible Consulting Firms to indicate their interest inproviding the services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications,expertise and relevant experience to undertake the assignment. 4.0   The shortlistingcriteria Interested consulting firms must provide information indicating that they are qualified to provide the services throughprovision of the following; i.         Proofof track record of successful execution of similar regional-scale geophysical interpretation assignments in recent years to a hightechnical standard supported by examples of (published) maps and reports resulting from such assignments. ii.         Proven record of financial and institutional soundness. iii.         Thefirm should have a team leader withthe following: ·       A minimum of MSc inGeophysics; ·       A minimum of ten years'experience in headingprojects of similar nature; ·       At least five (5) years' experience undertakingsimilar assignments in Africa within the last 10 years two of which should have been done within Sub-Saharan Africa;and ·       A good command of written andspokenEnglish. iv.         Aproposed project team staff and key professionals with the following attributes; SI KeyProfessionals Specific Expertise Desired Minimum Qualification and Professional Experience Desired 1 Geophysicists Potential field geophysics in support ofgeological mapping BSc in geophysics, at least 5 years' experiencein geophysical interpretation 2 Geologists StructuralGeology BSc in geology, at least 5 years' experience inhard rock terranes 3 Geologists Economic Geology BSc in geology, at least 5 years' experience infront line mineral exploration 4 Geologists GeologicalMapping BSc in geology, at least 5 years' experience ingeological mapping 5.0   SelectionCriteria Thesuccessful firm will be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost Based Selection Method set out in the ConsultantGuidelines. 6.0   Conflict ofInterest Theattention of interested firms is drawn toparagraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants(under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants) by World Bank Borrowers January, 2011, setting forth the World Banks' policy onconflict of interest. 7.0   FurtherInformation Further information can be obtained at the address below during working hours from 08 - 12 and 13 ? 16 hours local time(Monday to Friday) except National Public Holidays. 8.0   How toSubmit Expression of Interest must be delivered in written form to the address in paragraph 9 below (in person or by emailor bycourier) on or before4th September, 2015.  Late bids will automatically be rejected. The EOI must be clearly marked, "Expression of Interest for Consultancy forAirborne Geophysical Data Interpretation. 9.0  Address for Clarification, further details and submission of theEOIs: Physical Address: The Project Coordinator Mining Governance and Growth Support Project (MGGSP) Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy andMining Area 4 Next to Immigration Department Opposite Plant and Vehicle HireOrganization (PVHO) Lilongwe Malawi Attention: The Procurement Specialist Postal Address: The Project Coordinator Mining Governance and Growth Support Project (MGGSP) Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy andMining (MNREM) Private Bag 350 Capital City Lilongwe 3 Malawi Attention: TheProcurement Specialist Telephone:  +265 1 759 906/ +265 999 698 536 Email: malawimining.growth@mggsp.gov.mw/ andrew.mopiha@mggsp.gov.mw The Chairperson (Internal ProcurementCommittee) MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES, ENERGY ANDMINING (MNREM)

Mid Term Review of Adapt Plan Project

UNDP Malawi Office - MALAWI | Published May 4, 2017  -  Deadline May 22, 2017
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This is the Terms of Reference (ToR) for the UNDP-GEF Midterm Review (MTR) of the full-sized project titled, Implementing Urgent Adaptation Priorities through Strengthened Decentralised and National Development Plans-ADAPT PLAN. The project is implemented by the Government of Malawi, through the Environmental Affairs Department in the Ministry of Natural Resources Energy and Mining with support from Global Environment Facility (GEF)-Least Developed Countries Fund (LDCF) and United Nation Development Programme (UNDP), which is to be undertaken in year 2017. The project started September 2014 and is in its third year of implementation. In line with the UNDP GEF Guidance on MTRs, this MTR process was initiated before the submission of the second Project Implementation Report (PIR). This ToR sets out the expectations for this MTR. The MTR process must follow the guidance outlined in the document; Guidance for Conducting Midterm Reviews of UNDP-Supported, GEF-Financed Projects. The project was designed to: Respond to barriers to the effective implementation of the policy and mainstreaming of adaptation into development planning.To establish and then demonstrate the institutional framework required to mainstream adaptation into development planning at national and local levels, beginning with 3 line ministries (Agriculture, Water and Forestry) and 3 case study districts (Nkhata Bay, Ntcheu and Zomba). To establish adaptation indicators that will be used by the appropriate parties at local and national level to determine the level of finances to be allocated to planned activities, thereby incentivizing active incorporation of adaptation and climate proofing and enabling implementation of Malawi Growth Development Strategy (MGDSII/III).Project goal will be realized through three (3) interlinked components that address barriers to the effective implementation of the policy and mainstreaming of adaptation into development planning, which are:Outcome 1: Strengthened awareness and ownership of adaptation and climate risk reduction processes at local levelOutcome 2: Diversified and strengthened livelihoods for vulnerable people in target areasOutcome 3: Mainstreamed adaptation in broader development frameworks at country level and in targeted vulnerable areas

SPN – Malawi - Procurement of the construction works at Malawi polytechnic and chancellor college – 12 2015

 | Published December 8, 2015
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Malawi - Construction of upgrading and extension works for Mzimba water supply system – Prequalification – 11 2015

 | Published November 25, 2015
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