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EDF — Capacity building for renewable energy and energy efficiency — feasibility studies and demonstration projects

Ministry of Finance | Published December 20, 2016  -  Deadline March 15, 2017
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79314000, 79400000

EDF — Capacity building for renewable energy and energy efficiency — feasibility studies and demonstration projects

EDF — Capacity building for renewable energy and energy efficiency — feasibility studies and demonstration projects

Den nationale anvisningsberettigede for Den Europæiske Udviklingsfond (EUF) i Zambia, finansministeriet i Republikken Zambia | Published August 27, 2016
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EDF — Capacity building for renewable energy and energy efficiency — feasibility studies and demonstration projects

EDF — Enhancement of the policy, legal and regulatory environment and capacity building for renewable energy and energy efficiency

Den nationale anvisningsberettigede for Den Europæiske Udviklingsfond (EUF) i Zambia, finansministeriet i Republikken Zambia | Published February 22, 2017  -  Deadline March 6, 2017
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79400000

EDF — Enhancement of the policy, legal and regulatory environment and capacity building for renewable energy and energy efficiency

EDF — Enhancement of the policy, legal and regulatory environment and capacity building for renewable energy and energy efficiency

Den nationale anvisningsberettigede for Den Europæiske Udviklingsfond (EUF) i Zambia, finansministeriet i Republikken Zambia | Published December 20, 2016  -  Deadline February 24, 2017
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79400000

EDF — Enhancement of the policy, legal and regulatory environment and capacity building for renewable energy and energy efficiency

EDF — Enhancement of the policy, legal and regulatory environment and capacity building for renewable energy and energy efficiency

Den nationale anvisningsberettigede for Den Europæiske Udviklingsfond (EUF) i Zambia, finansministeriet i Republikken Zambia | Published August 27, 2016
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EDF — Enhancement of the policy, legal and regulatory environment and capacity building for renewable energy and energy efficiency

Agent for the Swedish Off-Grid Energy Facility in Zambia.

Embassy of Sweden, Zambia | Published October 22, 2015  -  Deadline December 2, 2015
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71314300, 71311300, 71314000, 71600000

The Swedish Embassy in Lusaka hereby invites tenderers to become the Agent for the Swedish Off-Grid Energy Facility in Zambia in accordance with this tender documentation. The scope of work includes the development and implementation of a procurement scheme for increased access to modern, renewable, off-grid energy in the rural areas of Zambia. It also includes the performance of due diligence on feasible energy service providers and the monitoring and evaluation of selected providers once the implementation has commenced.

Modernization of Temperature control systems for Medical Stores Limited (MSL) central warehouse in Lusaka.

United Nations Development Programme | Published May 15, 2015  -  Deadline June 23, 2015
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Medical Stores Limited (MSL) is a parastatal agency co-owned by the Ministries of Health and Finance and responsible for storage and distribution of public health commodities in Zambia. MSL’s central warehouse, located in Lusaka, will need increased space and an upgrading of the current premises as described in Figure 2, Page 37 and Section 9, Extract from concept note on MSL infrastructure of this RFP. One of the elements that need priority attention is the central temperature control system. The current system is not energy sufficient and uses up warehouse space due to the location of the conducts used to cool the air inside the warehouse. Such space can be better used for storage of health commodities. Energy consumption constitutes an important part of the operational recurrent costs incurred by MSL. In view of long term sustainability it is proposed to replace the current air-conditioning system with a new, energy efficient temperature control system and provide the warehouse with sustainable, solar  powered, energy supply to cater for a maximum of the total energy generation requirements. The project is part of UNDP and MSL efforts to use sustainable energy sources while providing quality storage and distribution services at costs that can be sustained without a negative impact on access to treatment and care for the Zambian population. NOTE THAT A SITE VISIT AND PROPOSERS INFORMATIONS MEETING IS SCHEDULED TO TAKE PLACE IN LUSAKA ON 9th June

ITB Supply, delivery and installation of temperature control equipment and systems for the central medical warehouse in Lusaka, Zambia

United Nations Development Programme | Published October 16, 2015  -  Deadline November 11, 2015
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Medical Stores Limited (MSL) is a parastatal agency co-owned by the Ministries of Health and Finance and responsible for storage and distribution of public health commodities in Zambia. MSL’s central warehouse, located in Lusaka, will need increased space and an upgrading of the current premises. One of the elements that need priority attention is the central temperature control system. The current system is not energy sufficient and uses up warehouse space due to the location of the conducts used to cool the air inside the warehouse. Such space can be better used for storage of health commodities. The system will soon become obsolete and is based on technologies of the 1970 ties.  On top of that it will need to be (re)moved once the construction of the additional warehouse space will start. Energy consumption constitutes an important part of the operational recurrent costs incurred by MSL. In view of long term sustainability it is proposed to replace the current air-conditioning system with a new, energy efficient temperature control system and provide the warehouse with sustainable, solar[1] powered, energy supply to cater for a maximum of the total energy generation requirements. The project is part of UNDP and MSL efforts to use sustainable energy sources while providing quality storage and distribution services at costs that can be sustained without a negative impact on access to treatment and care for the Zambian population. [1] All references to solar in this ITB shall not be interpreted literally but rather as a reference to MSL’s intention to incorporate sustainable energy generation systems, preferably based on renewable energies

Upscale small hydro-power mini-grid development in Zambia to deliver renewable energy for productive uses

United Nations Industrial Development Organization | Published September 28, 2015  -  Deadline October 19, 2015
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The UNITED NATIONS INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION (UNIDO) hereby invites you to submit a written bid for feasibility studies for two (2) small hydro power (SHP) stations in Zambia. For the complete information concerning the Invitation to Bid, please visit UNIDO web site or use the following link: For the complete information concerning the Invitation to Bid, please visit UNIDO web site or use the following link: https://procurement.unido.org/ The deadline for the submission of proposal to UNIDO is 19 September 2015.

ZM-Water Resources Development - P114949

Ministry of Mines, Energy and Water Development | Published March 17, 2015  -  Deadline April 17, 2015
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Tender For The Supply And Delivery Of Unmanned Aerial Survey Equipment And Services Republicof Zambia Ministryof Mines, Energy and Water Development COUNTRY: Zambia NAMEOF PROJECT: Water ResourcesDevelopment Project Credit No.: 5239-ZM ContractTitle: MMEWD/WRDP/ORD/01/15: Supply and Delivery ofunmanned aerial surveying equipment and services ? Ministry of Mines,Energy and Water Development 1.         The Government of the Republic ofZambia has received financing fromthe World Bank toward the cost of the Water Resources Development Project, andintends to apply part of the proceeds toward payments under the contract for thesupply and deliveryof unmanned aerial surveying equipment and services 2.The Ministry of Mines, Energy and Water Development nowinvites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the supply and delivery of unmannedaerial surveying equipment and service 3.         Bidding will be conductedthrough theNational Competitive Bidding procedures as specified in the Public ProcurementAct, 2008 Act No.12 of 2008, as amended by the Public Procurement (Amendment)Act, 2011, Act No. 15 of 2011(the "PPA") and the Public ProcurementRegulations, 2011, Statutory Instrument No. 63 of 2011 (the Regulations), and isopen to all eligible bidders. In addition, please refer to paragraphs1.6 and1.7 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement of Goods, Works and Non-Consulting Services underIBRD Loansand IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers (January2011)("Procurement Guidelines") settingforth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. 4.         Interested eligible bidders may obtainfurther information from Ministry of Mines, Energy and Water Development andinspect the bidding documents during office hours (0800hrs to 1700hrs) at the address given below. 5.         A complete set of bidding documents in Englishmay be purchased by interested eligible bidders upon payment of a nonrefundablefee of K500.00. The method ofpayment will be by cash or bank certified cheque. 6.         Bids must be delivered to the addressbelow on or before Wednesday, 17thApril, 2015. Electronic bidding will not be permitted. Latebids will be rejected. Bids will be publiclyopened in the presence of the bidders' designated representatives andanyonewho choose to attend at the address below. 7.         All bids must be accompanied by a Bid-SecuringDeclaration. 8.         The address(es) referred to above is(are): TheActing Head ? Procurement and Supplies Unit Att:Anthony Mwila - Procurement Specialist ? Water Resources Development Project Ministry of Mines, Energyand Water Development Street Address: OFF Nassar Road,Government House Floor/Roomnumber: 14th Floor,Room 16 Procurement Unit City: Lusaka Country: ZAMBIA Telephone:: +260 211238202 or +260 211 238032 Email: amwila1980@gmail.com Boyd D.Mwango Acting Head ? Procurement andSupplies Unit For/PermanentSecretary Ministry of Mines, Energy and Water Development

ZM-Water Resources Development - P114949

Ministry of Mines, Energy and Water Development | Published November 12, 2014  -  Deadline January 14, 2015
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Supply And Delivery Of 4 Units Of Truck-mounted Water Well Drilling Rigs Complete With Truck Mounted Air Compressors Contract Title: SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF 4 UNITS OFTRUCK-MOUNTED WATER WELL DRILLING RIGS COMPLETE WITH TRUCK MOUNTED AIRCOMPRESSORS Reference No. WRDP/G/10/2014 The Government of the Republic ofZambia has received financing fromthe World Bank toward the cost of the Water Resources Development Project, andintends to apply part of the proceeds toward payments under the contract for supply anddelivery of truck-mounted water welldrilling rigs complete with truck mounted air compressors. The Ministry ofMines, Energy andWater Development now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the supply and deliveryof four (04) truck-mounted waterwell drilling rigs complete with four (04) truck mounted air compressors. Bidding will be conducted throughthe International Competitive Bidding procedures as specified in the WorldBank's Guidelines:Procurement ofGoods, Works and Non-Consulting Services under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits&Grants by World Bank Borrowers(January 2011  edition), ("ProcurementGuidelines"), andisopen to all eligible bidders as defined in the Procurement Guidelines. Inaddition, please refer to paragraphs 1.6 and 1.7 setting forth the World Bank'spolicy on conflict of interest. Interested eligible bidders mayobtain further information from Ministry of Mines, Energy and WaterDevelopment  and inspectthe biddingdocuments during office hours from 08:00 to 12:30 hours and from 14:00 to 17:00hours local time at the address given below. A complete set of biddingdocuments in English may be purchased by interested eligible bidders upon thesubmission of a written application to the address below and upon payment of anon-refundable fee of  K500.00. Themethod of payment will be cash or bank certified cheque. The documentwill besent by courier at additional cost. Bids must be delivered to theaddress below on or before Wednesday 14January 2015 at 10:30hours local time.Electronic bidding will not bepermitted. Late bids will be rejected. Bidswill be publicly opened in the presence of the bidders' designatedrepresentatives and anyone who choose to attend at the address below. All bids must beaccompanied by aBid Security of notless thanUS$28,000 or its equivalent in any freely convertible currency which alsocorresponds to the currency of the bid The address(es) referredto above is(are): (i) For Inspection and (ii)Purchase of Bidding Documents The Head ?Procurement Unit Att:Procurement Specialist ? Water Resources Development Project Ministry of Mines, Energy and Water Development StreetAddress: OFF NassarRoad, Government Complex Floor/Roomnumber: 14th Floor, Room 16 ProcurementUnit City:Lusaka Country: ZAMBIA Telephone:: +260 211 238202 or +260 211238032 (iii) For Bid Submission The Head ?Procurement Unit Ministry of Mines, Energy andWaterDevelopment OffNassar Road, Government Complex Tender Box on 14thFloor, Lusaka BoydMwango Acting Head ? Procurementand Supplies For/PermanentSecretary Ministry of Mines,Energy and Water Development

ZM-Water Resources Development - P114949

Ministry of Mines, Energy and Water Development | Published April 7, 2015  -  Deadline May 22, 2015
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Production And Delivery Of Light Detection And Ranging (lidar) Maps For The Zambezi And Kafue Basins COUNTRY: ZAMBIA NAME OF PROJECT:Water Resources DevelopmentProject Credit No.: 5239-ZM Contract Title: MMEWD/WRDP/ORD/03/15: PRODUCTION AND DELIVERY OFLIGHT DETECTION AND RANGING (LIDAR) MAPS FOR THE ZAMBEZI AND KAFUE BASINS 1.         The Government of the Republic of Zambia has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Water Resources DevelopmentProject, and intends to apply part of the proceeds toward payments under the contract for the production and delivery of light detectionand ranging (LiDAR) maps for theZambezi and Kafue basins 2.         The Ministry of Mines, Energy and Water Development now invites sealed bids fromeligible bidders for the production and delivery of light detection andranging (LiDAR) maps for the Zambezi and Kafue basin. 3.         Bidding will be conducted through the International Competitive Bidding procedures asspecified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement ofGoods, Works and Non-Consulting Services under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits &Grants by World Bank Borrowers (January 2011  edition), ("Procurement Guidelines"), and is open to all eligible bidders as defined inthe Procurement Guidelines. In addition, please refer to paragraphs 1.6 and 1.7 setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflictof interest. 4.         Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from Ministry of Mines,Energy and Water Development  and inspect the bidding documents duringofficehours from 08:00 to 12:30 hours and from 14:00 to 17:00 hours local time at the address given below. 5.         A complete set of bidding documents in English may be purchased by interested eligiblebidders upon the submission of a written application tothe address below and upon payment of a non-refundable fee of  K500.00. The method of payment will be cash or bank certified cheque. The document willbe sent by courier at additional cost. 6.         Bids must be delivered to the address below on or before Friday 22 May 2015 at 10:30hours local time. Electronic bidding will not be permitted. Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be publicly opened in the presence of the bidders'designated representatives and anyone who choose to attend at the address below. 7.         All bids must be accompanied by a BidSecurity of not less than 2% of the bid sum in any freely convertible currencywhich also corresponds to the currency of the bid 8.         The address(es) referred to aboveis(are): (i) For Inspection and (ii) Purchase of Bidding Documents The Head ? Procurement Unit Att:Procurement Specialist ? Water Resources Development Project Ministry of Mines, Energy and Water Development Street Address: OFF Nassar Road, GovernmentComplex Floor/Roomnumber: 14th Floor, Room 16 Procurement Unit City: Lusaka Country: ZAMBIA Telephone:  +260 211 238202 or +260 211 238032 Email: amwila1980@gmail.com (iii) For Bid Submission The Head ? Procurement Unit Ministry of Mines, Energy and Water Development Off Nassar Road, Government Complex TenderBox on 14th Floor, Lusaka Boyd D. Mwango Acting Head ? Procurement and Supplies For/Permanent Secretary Ministry of Mines, Energyand Water Development

SAPP-Program 4 Acceler. Transf. En. Proj - P126661

Southern African Power Pool | Published June 4, 2015  -  Deadline June 19, 2015
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Development Of An Environmental And Social Management Framework (esmf) REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ? FIRMSSELECTION) COUNTRY: Southern African Power Pool region NAME OF PROJECT:  Southern African Power Pool Program for Accelerating Transformational Energy Projects Grant No.:H9890 Assignment Title: Development of an Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) Reference No. (as per Procurement Plan): SAPP/C/08/2014) The World Bank is preparing a Program with the Southern Africa Power Pool(SAPP) to help accelerate preparation of priority regional power generation and transmission projects in the region of the SouthernAfrican Power Pool. The Program Development Objective is "to facilitate the preparation of priority regional energy projects in theSouthern African Power Pool region". Scope ofProgram: The Programwill support preparation activities of large complex regional energy projects (including technical, economic and financialfeasibility studies, environmental assessments, legal documentation and financial transaction advisory work) throughout theSouthern Africa Power Pool member countries. The TA project will not finance any infrastructure or physical activities, which couldcause adverse environmental or social impacts and effects. However, the TA project will finance detailed studies for potential newgeneration and transmission projects that might have future environmental or social impacts, if and when these investmentsmaterialize. The projects to be supported have notyet been selected. To provide technical guidance for environmental and social assessment and management a key instrument will be anESMF. This instrument (as opposed to an ESIA ? Environmental and Social Impact Assessment) is chosen because the specific portfolioof projects is not yet known, the locations, dimensions and designs for the larger investments (e.g. thermal or hydropower plants,transmission lines) and their specific locations are not yet defined, and a detailed assessment of potential environmental andsocial impacts is thus not feasible at this time. The ESMF will be prepared in line with international good practice and theWorldBank's environmental and social operational policies ("safeguards policies") and take into consideration national environmentallegislation, as far as applicable. Objectives of consultancy assignment The main objective of this assignment is to develop an environmental and social management framework(ESMF), including the collection of all required data, information and materials. This shall provide clear, comprehensive andpractical guidance to the Client (the SAPP) on integrating an environmental/social due diligence process into the TA Programimplementation. The ESMF will at a minimum (i) identify allrelevant potential environmental risks andsocial concerns that may arise as a result of the proposed Program and the projects that it willsupport; (ii) specify appropriateroles and responsibilities of involved actors and parties; (iii) develop a screening and assessment methodology for potentialprojects, that will allow an environmental / social risk classification and the identification of appropriate safeguardsinstruments; (iv) develop environmental and social criteria for screening and prioritization within a portfolio of potentialprojects and activities; (v) outline the required procedures for managing and monitoring environmental risks and social concernsrelated to the projects,and develop the TOR for appropriate safeguards instruments (such as ESIAs, SEMPs, RPFs, RAPs, IPPs, and /or strategic, sectoral or regional studies) as appropriate and required; (vi) determine the training, capacity building andtechnical assistance needed to successfully and effectively develop and implement the required safeguards instruments forinvestments planned during the TA Program; (vii) establish the funding required to implement the ESMF requirements; and (viii)provide practical information resources for implementing the ESMF. After the completion of the assignment the Client should be knowledgeable onthe key due diligence issues to be expected within the project portfolio identified under the TA Program, and have the capabilitiesand capacity to manage them in line with international good practice. Required Qualificationsand Experience This Consultancy will be executed by a firm with a proven track record inenvironmental assessment and management projects, as well as sector-specific experience in the energy sector. The firm should beable to field multinational teams, covering at a minimum areas such as: terrestrial and aquatic biodiversity, hydrology andhydrogeology; pollution management; strategic/ cumulative impact assessment; environmental and social assessment and management oflarge energy and infrastructure projects; social impacts assessment, resettlement and compensation planning; physical culturalresources; indigenous peoples management; trans-boundary impacts; operational modelling and optimization (of hydropowerfacilities); andpollution management technology (for thermal power plants). The team needs to be capable of speaking and writingEnglish with high level ofproficiency and firm command of technical and scientific terminology. The TeamLeader should have anacademic degree in a relevant field (environmental sciences, biology, geology, environmental engineering etc.) and at least fifteenyears of relevant professional experience in conducting environmental assessment and managing assignments in the energy sector,orclosely related sectors (e.g. infrastructure, industrial pollution management). Furthermore the Consultant Firm will have ademonstrable experience and knowledge of applying the World Bank's environmental and social safeguards and working with localcommunities on land, resettlement and livelihoods issues. Knowledge of, and previous regional experience in the geographic,socio-economic and environmental context of the SAPP region would be an important advantage. The SAPP now invites eligible consulting firms("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide informationdemonstrating that they have the requiredqualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The shortlisting criteriaare: Years inbusiness with relevant sectoral experienceNumber ofqualified staffNumber ofrelevant projects in the sectoral context, Number ofrelevant projects in the Southern African regional contextNumber ofprojects with similar size / volume and complexity Consultants may associate with other firms in theform of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consultant will be selected in accordance withthe QCBS method setout in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hoursfrom Monday to Friday [0800 to 1630 hours]. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below (in person, or by mail, or by fax,or by e-mail) by 19June, 2015 at 15:00 hours Central African time and mention "Expression of Interest for ConsultancyServices for the Development of anEnvironmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) " Address andContact: Southern African PowerPool Attention: Dr. LawrenceMusaba, SAPP Coordination Centre Manager 24 Golden Stairs Road P.O. Box EH 52 Emerald Hill Harare, Zimbabwe Tel: +263-4-335468/335558/335517 Fax: 263 4 307023 Email Address: musaba@sapp.co.zw

Supply and Installation of Off-grid Photovoltaic Systems to power ART Health Clinics in Zambia

United Nations Development Programme | Published September 17, 2014  -  Deadline September 29, 2014
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UNDP is presently acting as the Principal Recipient of Global Fund against Aids, Malaria and Tuberculosis, funded grants in Zambia. In the framework of implementation of one of these grants, UNDP is supporting the Ministry of Health (MoH) with the procurement, supply and installation/erection of a network of modular prefabricated ART Health Clinics covering the entire country. Additional funding has now been approved to proceed with procurement, supply and installation of a small number of PV Systems to provide energy generation to a small number of these clinics, erected in sites with no grid connectivity. As stated in this RFQ, it is UNDP’s intention to award a contract for the supply and installation of 3 PV Systems in Kazembe Clinic, Mpepo Health Centre and Mulekatembo Health Centre. However, should the evaluation of technically responsive RFQs conclude that only 2 systems can be procured and installed, priority will be granted to the Kazembe and Mpepo sites. It is therefore that vendors have been requested to quote unitary transportation and installation costs in response to this RFQ.

RFQ GFATM 01Rev-2014, Supply and Installation of Off-grid Photovoltaic Systems to power ART Health Clinics in Zambia

United Nations Development Programme | Published December 29, 2014  -  Deadline January 15, 2015
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UNDP is presently acting as the Principal Recipient of Global Fund against Aids, Malaria and Tuberculosis, funded grants in Zambia. In the framework of implementation of one of these grants, UNDP is supporting the Ministry of Health (MoH) with the procurement, supply and installation of a network of modular prefabricated ART Health Clinics covering the entire country. 39 of such clinics have been installed over 2014. Additional funding has now been approved to proceed with procurement, supply and installation of a small number of PV Systems to provide energy generation to a small number of these clinics, erected in sites with no grid connectivity. As stated in this RFQ, it is UNDP’s intention to award a contract for the supply and installation of 3 PV Systems in Kazembe Clinic, Mpepo Health Centre and Mulekatembo Health Centre. All 3 ART health clinics are presently functional. However, should the evaluation of technically responsive RFQs conclude that only 2 systems can be procured and installed, within the available budget, priority will be granted to the Kazembe and Mpepo sites. It is therefore that vendors have been requested to quote unitary transportation and installation costs in response to this RFQ.

ZM-Water Resources Development - P114949

Ministry of Energy and Water Development | Published February 26, 2016  -  Deadline March 18, 2016
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Consulting Services For The Development Of Water Resources Master Plan For Infrastructure Development Republic of Zambia Ministry of Energy and Water Development REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ? FIRMS SELECTION) Zambia WaterResources Development Project Credit No.5239-ZM CONSULTING SERVICES FOR "WATER RESOURCES MASTER PLAN FOR INSTRUCTUREDEVELOPMENT" Reference No.WRDP/C/10/2016 The Government of the Republic of Zambia hasreceived financing from theWorld Bank toward the cost of the Zambia Water Resources Development Project and intends to apply partof the proceeds for consulting services. The consulting services ("the Services") willinclude: (i) Assessment/situation analysis and improvement of the knowledge andanalytical foundation for developing the Strategic Plan for the water resources in Zambia; (ii)Through a stakeholderconsultative process, development of a shared understanding of issues around the River Basins in the country and the cooperativewater resources management and development options to inform the objectives of the plan; (iii) Development of a series ofposition papers around thematic areas which could include infrastructure overview and database; major potential investment optionsin various sectors; initial assessments of economic, hydrological, social and environmental implications of such options; andassessment of the welfare gains and their distribution among across the River Basins and groups of stakeholders within the RiverBasins. Investment needs will be identified in all water dependent sectors; (iv) Development of an updated analysis of current and future water uses inthe basin being informed by the above activities; (v) Assessment of the institutional and policyrequirements for cooperation and joint development options as well as the development of measures necessary for the avoidance andresolution of disputes, and (vi) Development of a master development plan comprisinga general planning tool and process for theidentification, categorization and prioritization of projects and programmes for the efficient management and sustainabledevelopment for water Resources in Zambia. (Strategic Plan for the Water Resources in Zambia). The Ministry of Energy and Water Development, nowinvites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultantsshould provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform theServices. The short-listing criteria are: i.          The firm's core business (submit company profile) ii.          Name, scope and cost of previous comparable assignments particularly in water resourcesinfrastructureundertaken and client contact details (email, postal /physical address) iii.          Firms technical and managerial capacity based on historical experience iv.          Based on historical / previous assignments, staff expertise and experience, and qualifications insimilar assignments. Please do not include names of staff and CVsof any staff that you may think are appropriate for the proposedassignment as this information is not required at this stage. v.          Suitability of the qualifications and experience of the consulting firms core staff such as principalsor directors who may not necessarily be proposed subsequent to short listing to be among the key staff of the consultants toundertake the assignment The attention of interested Consultants is drawnto paragraph 1.9 of theWorld Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDACredits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers, dated January 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank'spolicy on conflict of interest. Consultants may associate with other firms in theform of a joint venture (also called "consortium" or "association")or a sub consultancy to enhance theirqualifications. In the case of a joint venture, please provide a joint venture agreement as part of the Expression of Interestsubmission. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost Based Selection (QCBS) method set out in theConsultant Guidelines. Further information canbe obtained at the address below between08:00hrs ? 13:0 hours and from 14:00 - 17:00hrs local time during working days. Expressions of interestmust be delivered in a written form andclearly marked and deposited in the Tender Box at the physicaladdress provided below or sent by e-mail byFriday 18th March, 2015 TheHead ? Procurement and Supplies Unit Ministry of Mines, Energyand Water Development OFF Nassar Road,Government Complex 14th Floor, Room 16 Procurement Unit Lusaka ZAMBIA Telephone: :  +260 211235357 Email:   amwila1980@gmail.com Head ? Procurement and Supplies Unit For/Permanent Secretary Ministry of Energy and WaterDevelopment

Zambia - Post Compliance I - P131881

Ministry of Mines, Energy and Water Development | Published June 8, 2015  -  Deadline June 19, 2015
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Consulting Services For The Production Of The 2014 And 2015 Eiti Reports Republic of Zambia MINISTRY OF MINES, ENERGY AND WATERDEVELOPMENT REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES-FIRMS SELECTION) Zambia Extractive IndustriesTransparency Initiative (ZEITI)Secretariat Project ID No:TBA Grant No:TBA CONSULTING SERVICES FOR THE PRODUCTION OF THE2014 AND 2015 EITI REPORTS Reference No.MMEWD/ZEITI/C/001/15 The Government of the Republic of Zambia has applied for financing from theWorld Bank toward the cost of the Zambia Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (ZEITI) Project, and intends to apply partof the agreed amount for thisgrant to payments under the contract for Consultancy Services for ZEITI Independent Administrator to produce the seventh (2014) andeighth (2015) ZEITI Reports covering the period January 2014to December 2014 and January 2015 to December 2015respectively. The consulting services ("the Services") include but not limited to thefollowing; ·         Undertake a review of all past Reconciliation and Scoping Reports to assess areas which needimprovement; ·         Undertake a scoping study to establish payment streams and materiality thresholds of payments made by extractive companiesand revenuesreceived by government agencies in 2014 and 2015. ·         Conduct training workshops for all stakeholders to address the main issues that affect the reconciliation exercise once ZEChas approved the reporting templates. ·         Production of Reconciliation reports in accordance with the EITI standard and Terms of Reference, on payments made byextractive companies and revenues received by Government agencies for the periods January2014 to December 2014 and January 2015 toDecember 2015, based on accounts audited to international standards. The Zambia Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (ZEITI) Secretariat now invites eligible consulting firms toindicate their interest in providing these services. Interested Consultants should provideinformation demonstrating that they havethe required qualifications and relevant experience   to perform the Services. The shortlisting criteria are: i.            The firm's core business being proposed in the area of assignment (submit companyprofile) ii.            Experience in carrying out similar assignments.Name, scope and cost of previous comparable assignments particularly in Extractive IndustryTransparency Initiative (EITI) reporting undertaken and client contact details (email, postal / physicaladdress) iii.           Experience in similar conditions in or regions or in sub-Sahara Africa iv.           Suitability of the qualifications andexperience of the consulting firms principals or firms directors (and not  key staff who may be presumed relevant to carry out the assignmentas these are not required at this stage) Specific key staff requirements will be considered in the next stage and not during EOIpreparation, EOI evaluation and short listing. The attention of interested Consultants is drawn toparagraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loansand IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers January 2011,revised July 2014 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub consultancy to enhance theirqualifications. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the quality and cost based selection (QCBS) method set out in theConsultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours 08:00hrs to 16:00hrs. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below in person, or by email  and shouldbe clearly marked on the outer envelopeand deposited in the Tender Box at the physical address provided below by  19th June, 2015 at 10:30 hours "Consultancy Services for ZEITIIndependent Administrator" MMEWD/ZEITI/C/001/15". The Permanent Secretary Attention: HEAD - PROCUREMENT UNIT, Ministry of Mines, Energy and Water Development New Government Complex, 14th floor, Independence Avenue, Kamwala P.O Box 31969, Lusaka, ZAMBIA Phone:   +260 211 250120 0r, +260 211 250123 Email: infor@zambiaeiti.org or visit www.zambiaeiti.org

GFATM-05-2015: Design and Construction of an Extension Building for Central Medical Warehouse in Lusaka, Zambia

United Nations Development Programme | Published October 20, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
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Procurement and supply management are key elements of the grants of the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria managed by UNDP and other partners in Zambia.  MSL/Medical Stores Limited is the central actor of the Ministry of Health for the storage and distribution of health commodities in Zambia. The supplies for the three diseases may cater for up to 40% of the total volume of supplies handled in the public sector. The last years have been marked by a dramatic increase of total volumes of health commodities handled by MSL. At the same time there have been plans to improve the handling capacity of this supply chain with enlargement of the Lusaka stores. The lack of sufficient space at the warehouse for storage and handling of supplies is affecting capacity and quality of operations and hampering the efforts of MSL to provide quality logistics services. The same can be said for office space required for its management: the increase in volumes to be handled, increased reporting and management requirements, and a steady obsolescence of hard- software available to MSL for management of the supply chain threatens the efficiency of the whole supply chain. UNDP financed the design of a Master Plan for MSL which describes requirements, layout and overall structure for the development of Lusaka central stores. MSL is now starting the process leading to the increase of its warehouse space and upgrading of its facilities in Lusaka. UNDP-GF provides an active support to this process financing the first phase of this development, which includes a new building for dispatch operations, with truck-bay and a cold room, a new office floor and a new gate for outgoing trucks. The increase of warehouse space will be accompanied by a modernization of the structures, equipment and systems, for long term sustainability. The use of energy efficient equipment have been identified as an essential element of the infrastructure enhancement strategy.

GPN - Zambia - Lake Tanganyika development project – 10 2015

 | Published October 20, 2015
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GPN - Zambia - Lake Tanganyika development project - P-ZM-AA0-021 – 11 2015

 | Published November 10, 2015
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