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Developing Curriculum for Climate Change Adaptation Modules for University Level Education in Somalia (Enhancing Climate Resilience of the Vulnerable Communities and Ecosystems in Somalia)

United Nations Development Programme | Published May 6, 2015  -  Deadline May 27, 2015
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Description of Requirements Context of the Requirement Enhancing Climate Resilience of the Vulnerable Communities and Ecosystems in Somalia – Climate Change Adaptation Modules for University Level Education Implementing Partner of UNDP Office of the Operational Focal Point for Global Environment Facility (GEF), Federal Government of Somalia Brief Description of the Required Services Develop Climate Change Adaptation Modules for University Level Education  (under-graduate and post-graduate) A climate module, with sector-focused sub-modules, is to be developed and integrated into the curriculum of universities offering educational degrees on environment, natural resources, water resources, public planning and administration, agriculture, etc. The modules will include lessons on basics of climate change, Ecosystem based Adaptation (EbA), sectoral impacts, integrated land and water management principles, and international best practices on climate adaptation. As part of the assignment, the sub-modules will be designed in collaboration with the faculty of selected universities from South Central, Puntland and Somaliland. List and Description of Expected Outputs to be Delivered Undertake scoping study and assess the existing status of environment or climate change subjects/modules in Universities of Somalia (South and Central, Puntland, Somaliland) Prepare gaps and opportunities report to integrate environment and climate change aspects in the universities curriculum Develop model curriculum for undergraduate and post-graduate levels studies in Somali and English languages for the approval of Federal Government and Regional Governments Undertake training of Universities teaching staff (30 in total) to impart the model curriculum to the undergraduate and post-graduate levels. Person to Supervise the Work/Performance of the Service Provider The institution selected for undertaking the assignment will directly report to the UNDP Somalia, with additional reporting to the office of the GEF Operational Focal Point. All day-t0-day guidance and supervision role will be with the Project Manager, Environment and Energy, Poverty Reduction and Environment Protection Programme (PREP) of UNDP-Somalia. Frequency of Reporting Monthly Progress Reporting Requirements Monthly update report Scoping report Gaps and opportunities report Model Curriculum for Undergraduate and Post-graduate levels (Somali and English Languages) Training reports

Somali Core Economic Institutions SCORE - P152241

Ministry of National Planning and Development | Published July 28, 2016  -  Deadline August 29, 2016
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Consulting Services For Improving Business Environment In Somaliland This notice has been cancelled as of 04-Aug-2016. Please do not respond. THE MINISTRY OF NATIONAL PLANNING ANDDEVELOPMENT Somali Core Economic Institutions and OpportunitiesProgram REQUESTFOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (Consulting Services- Firm Selection) AssignmentTitle:       Consulting Services for Improving Business Environment in Somaliland Language of Notice: English FundingSources:    TF#0A1698 Reference No.:         MoNPD/SCORE/2016/Serv/001 BACKGROUND The Government of Somaliland has received financing from has secured a grant from the World Bank (WB) administeredby the Multi-Partner Fund (MPF) toward the cost of the Somali Core Economic Institutions and Opportunities (SCORE) Program and itintends to apply part of the proceeds to payments for goods, works, related services and intends to apply part of the proceeds forconsulting services. The consulting services ("the Services") include Improving Business Environment in Somaliland PROJECT OVERVIEW The development objectives of the SCORE Program are to: (i) improve the enabling environment for private andfinancial sector development; and (ii) catalyse private investment and job creation in key productive and service sectors.  Through the SCORE Program, the Ministry of Finance isexploring viable pathways for pushing the frontiers of access to regulated and supervised channels of financial services by Somalihouseholds and small businesses, and to accelerate the transition to a deep and inclusive financial system, thereby underpinningeffective reconstruction efforts and enabling long-term economic growth. The Ministry of Trade and Investment (MoTI) is a beneficiary institution in theproject, and a custodian of tradepolicies and regulations. The Government of Somaliland through the MoTI would like to promote an open trade policy for both localand foreign investors. Rules guiding investment procedures for local and foreign investors remains largely unregulated and notclearly spelt out in the Foreign Investment Law and well developed business licensing acts. Business market integritydrawbacks,legal and regulatory limitations and gaps in business market infrastructure continue to impose transaction costs andconstrain contributions of the business sector to reconstruction efforts. ASSIGNMENT DESCRIPTION The services for this consultancy will comprise training and equipment to improve the business environment byreducing transaction costs associated with operating a formal business and putting in place a basic legislative framework forcontractual arrangements and licensing. It will facilitate formalization, improve service delivery and provide the private sectorand the regulators (MoTI, Tax Authority) with reliable registryand licensing tools and information. It will also seek to improvegovernment-to-business services to local SMEs and introduce basic economy-wide business environment and investment climateframeworks. The firm's areas of focus would, amongst others, include the following four thematic areas: Legal diagnostic anddrafting focusing on regulations, forms and tariffs; capacity building and training; stakeholder engagement and policydialogue. QUALIFICATIONS The Ministry ofNational Planning and Developmenton behalf of the Ministry of Trade and Investment nowinvites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services.  Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that theyhave the required qualifications andrelevant experience to perform the Services. Qualification Criteria The shortlisting criteria includes the following: ·         Background of thefirm(s): summarizing their areas of expertise 1) organizational capability 2) Age of the firm 3) Size of the firm; ·         General and overallexperience of the firm(s); Summary of similar projects undertaken by the firm(s); ·         Availability ofappropriate skills amongst staff. MODE OF SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS ANDSELECTION The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of theWorld Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDACredits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers (January 2011 and revised July 2014) ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth theWorld Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Please visit www.worldbank.orgfor more details. In addition, please refer to specific information on conflict of interest related to this assignment as per paragraph 1.9 of ConsultantGuidelines. Consultants may associate withother firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consultant will be selected in accordancewith the Quality and Cost Based Selection (QCBS)method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained by sending emailrequests to this email (ibroiam@gmail.com). Interested Consultants may submit hard copies or email(piu.office.monpd@gmail.com ) expressions of interest to theaddressbelow at or before 14.00hrsSomalia local Time on Monday,August 29, 2016 Attention Project Implementation Unit Office, Ministry of National Planning and Development, Sha'ab Area, Road No. 1, Hargeisa, Somaliland Email: ibroiam@gmail.com Cc: piu.office.monpd@gmail.com

Somali Core Economic Institutions SCORE - P152241

Ministry of National Planning and Development | Published August 4, 2016  -  Deadline August 29, 2016
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Consulting Services For Improving Business Environment In Somaliland THE MINISTRY OFNATIONAL PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT Somali CoreEconomic Institutions and Opportunities Program REQUEST FOREXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (ConsultingServices- Firm Selection) AssignmentTitle:       Consulting Services for Improving Business Environment in Somaliland Language of Notice:  English Funding Sources:     TF#0A1698 Reference No.:          MoNPD/SCORE/2016/Serv/001 BACKGROUND The Government of Somaliland has received financing from has secured agrant from the World Bank (WB) administered bythe Multi-Partner Fund(MPF) toward the cost of the Somali Core Economic Institutions and Opportunities (SCORE) Program and itintends to apply part of the proceeds to payments for goods, works, related services and intends to applypart of the proceeds forconsulting services. The consulting services("the Services") include Improving Business Environment inSomaliland PROJECT OVERVIEW The development objectives of the SCORE Program are to: (i) improve the enabling environment for private andfinancial sector development; and (ii) catalyse private investment and job creation in key productiveand service sectors.  Through the SCORE Program, the Ministry of Finance is exploring viable pathways for pushingthe frontiers of access to regulated and supervisedchannels of financial services by Somali households and small businesses, and toaccelerate the transition to a deep and inclusive financial system, thereby underpinning effective reconstruction efforts andenabling long-term economic growth. The Ministry of Trade and Investment (MoTI) is a beneficiary institution in the project, and a custodian of tradepolicies and regulations. The Government of Somaliland through the MoTI would like to promote anopen trade policy for both localand foreign investors. Rules guidinginvestment procedures for local and foreign investors remains largelyunregulated and notclearly spelt out in the Foreign Investment Law and well developed business licensing acts. Business market integrity drawbacks,legal and regulatory limitations and gaps in business marketinfrastructure continue to impose transaction costs and constraincontributions of the business sector to reconstruction efforts. ASSIGNMENT DESCRIPTION The services for this consultancy will comprise training and equipmentto improve the business environment by reducingtransaction costs associated with operating a formal business and putting in place a basic legislative framework for contractualarrangements and licensing. It will facilitate formalization, improve service delivery and provide theprivate sector and theregulators (MoTI, Tax Authority) with reliableregistry and licensing tools and information. It will also seek to improvegovernment-to-business services to local SMEs and introduce basic economy-wide business environment and investment climateframeworks.The firm's areas of focus would, amongst others, include the following four thematic areas: Legal diagnostic anddrafting focusing on regulations, forms and tariffs; capacity building and training; stakeholderengagement and policydialogue. QUALIFICATIONS The Ministry of National Planning and Development on behalf of the Ministry of Trade and Investment now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicatetheir interest in providing the Services.  Interested Consultants should provideinformation demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform theServices. QualificationCriteria The shortlisting criteria includes the following: ·         Background of the firm(s): summarizing their areas of expertise 1)organizational capability 2) Age of the firm 3) Size of the firm; ·         General and overall experience of thefirm(s); Summary of similarprojects undertaken by the firm(s); ·         Availability of appropriate skills amongststaff. MODE OF SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS AND SELECTION The attention of interested Consultants 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 World Bank Borrowers(January 2011 and revised July 2014) ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict ofinterest.  Please visit www.worldbank.org for moredetails. In addition, please refer to specific information on conflict of interest related to this assignment as per paragraph 1.9 of Consultant Guidelines. Consultantsmay 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 the ConsultantGuidelines. Further information can be obtained by sending email requests to this email (ibroiam@gmail.com). Interested Consultants may submit hard copies or email (piu.office.monpd@gmail.com ) expressions of interest to the address below at or before 14.00hrsSomalia local Time on Monday, August 29, 2016 Attention ProjectImplementation Unit Office, Ministry of NationalPlanning and Development, Sha'ab Area, RoadNo. 1, Hargeisa,Somaliland Email: ibroiam@gmail.com Cc: piu.office.monpd@gmail.com

ICT Sector Support in Somalia - P148588

Federal Government of Somalia: Ministry of Post and Telecommunications | Published March 23, 2015  -  Deadline April 15, 2015
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Procurement Specialist For The Somalia Information Andcommunications Technology Support Project Country: Somalia? Project: Information and  Communications Technology    Support Project Grant Number: P148588 Assignment Title: Procurement Specialist Type of Appointment: Individual Consultants Duty Station: Mogadishu, SOMALIA, with travel to Federal States (Puntland, Jubbaland, Southwest)and emerging States (Shabelle, Central, etc) Expected Date of starting: May 1, 2015 The Federal Government ofSomalia through the Ministry of Posts andTelecoms, through the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications has requested the World Bank to support the preparation andimplementation of the Somalia ICT Sector Support Project, Phase II. The overarching Project Development Objective (PDO)for this series of projects is "to support the ICT Sector inSomalia by contributing toestablishing an enabling environment and by encouraging efficiency and equity in access to connectivity". This remains unchanged from the PDO for phase 1 of the program. The higher levelobjectives areas follows: Establish an enabling policy and regulatory environment, including for mobilemoney;Increase the contribution of the ICT Sector to the public treasury;Supportinstitutional capacity building in high priority economic foundations; andPromoteequity and access to internet connectivity, especially for higher education. The project will compriseof three (03) components: i) EnablingEnvironment focusing on supporting the regulatory and governance framework for the sector, following the anticipated passage of thenew Communications Law; ii) Efficiency and equity in access to connectivity which will see the extension of the establishment ofcommunications rooms in key ministries across different economic zones and the establishment of a framework for SIMcardregistration and will seek to make optimal use of the undersea fibre cable arriving in Mogadishu by supporting the SomaliResearch and Education Network;  and iii) Support and Capacity-Building for the ProjectImplementation Unit The FederalGovernment of Somalia invites applications from qualified candidates for the following positionsin the Project Implementation Unit(PIU). Further information and detailed Terms of Reference can be obtained on the followingwebsite http://www.hiiraan.com. Expressions ofinterest/applications and attachments: a CV, two referees and scannedcopies of testimonialsmust be sent by only to the following address:pmt@mipt.gov.so, ATTN:  Mohamed Ware, Project Manager (PIU), not later than April15, 2015, 14:00 hrs.

ICT Sector Support in Somalia - P148588

Ministry of Post and Telecommunications | Published April 28, 2015  -  Deadline May 20, 2015
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Procurement Specialist For The Somalia Information Andcommunications Technology Support Project Country: Somalia? Project: Information and� Communications Technology��� Support Project Grant Number: P 148588 Assignment Title: Procurement Specialist Type of Appointment: Individual Consultants Duration:�100 daysover the course of one year Duty Station: Mogadishu, SOMALIA, with travel to FederalStates (Puntland, Jubbaland, Southwest) and emerging States (Shabelle, Central, etc) Expected Date of starting: June 1,2015 The Federal Government of Somalia through theMinistry of Posts and Telecoms, through the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications has requested the World Bank to support thepreparation and implementation of the Somalia ICT Sector Support Project, Phase II. The overarching Project Development Objective (PDO) for this series of projects is"to support the ICT Sector in Somalia bycontributing to establishing an enabling environment and by encouraging efficiency and equity in access to connectivity". This remains unchanged from the PDO for phase 1 of the program. The higher levelobjectives are as follows: ������� Establish an enabling policy and regulatoryenvironment, including for mobile money; ������� Increase the contribution of the ICT Sector tothe public treasury; ������� Support institutional capacity building in highpriority economicfoundations; and ������� Promote equity and access to internetconnectivity, especially for higher education. The project will comprise of three (03)components: i) Enabling Environment focusing on supporting the regulatory and governance framework for thesector, following theanticipated passage of the new Communications Law. ii) Efficiency and equity in access to connectivity which will seethe extensionof the establishment of communications rooms in key ministries across different economic zones and the establishment of a frameworkfor SIM card registration and will seek to make optimal use of the undersea fibre cable arriving in Mogadishu by supporting theSomali Research and Education Network and iii) Support and Capacity-Building for the Project Implementation Unit The Federal Government of Somalia invites applications from qualified candidates for the following positions inthe Project Implementation Unit (PIU). Post Title: Procurement Specialist Further information and detailedTerms of Reference can be obtained on the following website http://www.hiiraan.com Expressions of interest/applications and attachments: a CV, two referees and scanned copies of testimonials must be sent by only to the followingaddress: pmt@mipt.gov.so, �ATTN:� Mohamed Ware,Project Manager (PIU), not later than May 20, 2015, 14:00 hrs �

Somali Core Economic Institutions SCORE - P152241

Federal Government of Somalia Ministry of Finance | Published August 6, 2016  -  Deadline August 28, 2016
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Legal Expert For Improving Legal Framework For Strengthening Corporate Governance And Facilitating Business Entry And Operations FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF SOMALIA MINISTRY OFFINANCE Somali Core Economic Institutions and Opportunities Program (Consultancy Services-Firm Selection) Assignment Title:      Legal Expert forImproving Legal Framework for Strengthening Corporate Governance and Facilitating Business Entry and Operations Funding Sources: TF#0A1688 Ref. No.:                    P152241/C1A BACKGROUND OF THE PROJECT The Federal Government of Somaliathrough the Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Commerce and Industry with support from the World Bank Somali Core EconomicInstitutions and Opportunities (SCORE) Program, a World Bank program supported by a multi-donor trust fund, is implementing aseries of activities to improve the enabling environmentfor private and financial sector development; and catalyze privateinvestment and job creation. The SCORE Program consists of threecomponents. The first component has three subcomponents that aim to strengthen critical institutions essential to foster financialsector development; formalizationand adherence to a basic legal and regulatory framework for the private sector; and trade andlogistics. The second component has two subcomponents that will boost private investment and raise the productivityof Somali firms.In short: the first component strengthens key publicauthorities whereas the second component provides a direct boost to the privatesector and the local economy by promoting new investment and employment creation. The third component is for programmanagement. The development objectives of the SCOREProgram are to: (i) improve the enabling environment for private and financial sector development; and (ii) catalyze privateinvestment and job creation in key productive and service sectors. Through the SCORE Program, the Ministry of Finance is exploringviable pathways for pushing the frontiers ofaccess to regulated and supervised channels of financial services by Somali householdsand small businesses, and to accelerate the transition to a deep and inclusive financial system, thereby underpinning effectivereconstruction efforts and enabling long-term economic growth. The subcomponent 1B Improving theBusiness Climate will finance TA, training and equipment to improve the business environment by reducing transaction costsassociated with operating a formal businessand putting in place a basic legislative framework for contractual arrangements andlicensing. It will facilitate formalization, improve service delivery and provide the private sector and the regulators withreliable registry and licensing tools and information. It will also seek to improve government-to-business services to local SMEsand introduce basic economy-wide business environment and investment climate. OBJECTIVES OF THE ASSIGNMENT For this purpose, the Ministry of Finance and Ministry ofCommerce and Industry wish to contract a consultantor firm for the legal review and improvement of the business environment hereinafter: (Legal Expert) who will provide technicalassistance in the above mentioned areas. The objectives of the assignment are to conduct a legal review and diagnostic of the selected regulations, forms and tariffs.Based on outcome of the diagnostic and review, the Expert will identify legal gaps and provide recommendations. The Expert is alsoexpected to provide training and capacity-building activities to officials at the relevant institutions. QUALIFICATIONS The Ministry of Finance now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate theirinterest inproviding the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualificationsand relevant experience to perform the Services. The short listing criteria are: a)      Backgroundof the firm(s): summarizing their areas of expertise 1) organizationalcapability; 2) years of experience of the firm; and 3) Size of the firm; b)      General and overall experience of the firm(s); c)      Relevant experience and summary of similar projects undertaken by the firm(s); The Consultant shouldhave minimumten years of work experience in commercial and corporate laws; Familiarity with the overall commercial, corporate andfinancial market legal framework,including inter alia the following laws: current Company Law, Law on Securities and otherFinancial Instruments Market, Law on Privatization, Law on the Share Fund, Business Registration Law and relevantby-laws; Hands on experience in the functioning of the business registration system and the financial market; d)    Availability ofappropriate skills amongst staff. MODE OF SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS AND SELECTION The attention of interested Consultants is drawn toparagraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants underIBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers (January 2011) ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth theWorld Bank's policy on conflict of interest.  Please visit www.worldbank.org setting forth the WorldBank's policy on conflict ofinterest. In addition, please refer to specific information on conflict of interest related to this assignmentas per paragraph 1.9 of Consultant Guidelines. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or asub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications. It is essential to team up with local firms. Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Consultants Qualification Selection (CQS) method set out in the ConsultantGuidelines. Further information can be obtained by sending email requests at the email addressbelow. InterestedConsultants may submit hard copies or email expressionsof interest to the address below at or before 4.00 pm local Somalia time on Sunday August 28,2016. Late submissions shall be rejected. Attention Mr.  Burhan Iman Ahmed The PIU Coordinator Ministry of Finance Federal Government of Somalia Villa Somalia Mogadishu, Somalia Email Address: bidsmof@gmail.com

Econ. & Env. Rehab. of Niger River - P151909

Agence Bassin du Fleuve Niger | Published September 9, 2015  -  Deadline September 23, 2015
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Study Environmental Impacts and Social From Project Preefn MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT Republic duMali

GRASS CUTTING, WORK OF WEEDING, STUMPING, COMPACTING AND TREES CUTTING AT THE INTERNATIONAL AIR ...

United Nations Secretariat | Published January 19, 2017
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The United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) seeks Expressions of Interest (EOI) from duly registered and licensed companies for the Provision of Grass Cutting, for Work of Weeding, Stumping, Trees Cutting, Removal of Waste and Debris, Including the Filling of Cavities left by the Stem Using Compact Fill Material. The Transport and Disposal of these Wastes and Debris must be in Accordance with Local Environmental Laws and the United Nations Laws on Protection of the Environment. The specifications of the tasks will be transcribed in a tender. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- La Mission Multidimensionnelle intégrée des Nation Unies pour la Stabilisation au Mali (MINUSMA) sollicite des manifestations d'intérêt de la part de sociétés dûment enregistrées et autorisées pour les Travaux de Désherbage, Dessouchage, Abatage d'Arbres, Enlèvement des Déchets et Débris, y compris le Remblaiement à l'Aide de Matériaux de Remblais Compactés, des Cavités Laissées par les Souches. Le Transport et l'Elimination de ces Déchets et Débris Devront se Faire Conformément aux Lois Environnementales Locales et les Lois de Protection de l'Environnement des Nations Unies. Les spécifications des tâches à accomplir seront transcrites dans un Appel d'offres.

SO-Water for Agropastoral Livelihood Pil - P152024

Ministry of Environment, Wildlife and Tourism | Published February 27, 2016  -  Deadline March 15, 2016
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Consulting Services ? Firms Selection: To Provide Technical Support And Carry Out Geotechnical And Geophysical Investigations At Proposed Dam Sites; To Develop Detailed Designs For The Proposed Dams And Preparation Of Bidding Documents PUNTLAND GOVERNMENT OF SOMALIA MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT, WILDLIFE AND TOURISM (MOEWT) The Somali Water for Agro-Pastoral Livelihoods PilotProject (WALP) REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OFINTEREST (Consulting Services ? FirmsSelection) Project ID:                 P152024 TF#:                            TFA046 Assignment Title:       To provide technical support and carry out geotechnical and geophysical investigations atproposed dam sites; to develop detailed designs for the proposed dams and preparation of bidding documents. ReferenceNo.:             GoPL/MoEWT/WALP/CQS/2016/001 BACKGROUND OF THEPROJECT The Government of Puntland Ministry of Environment, Wildlife and Tourism (MoEWT)has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Somali Water for Agro-Pastoral Livelihoods Pilot Project (WALP).The project has been designed, in the context of economic reconstruction and recovery from a prolonged period of fragility andconflict across the whole of Somali region lasting several decades.  Itis a pilot and learning project beginning with four water infrastructure facilities aimed at enhancing waterresource availability in wadislocated in strategic locations in rural Puntland.  In theselocations, the WALP will focus on designing and using multi-sectorallandscape approaches for the development of multiple-use water infrastructure for improving the livelihoods of the beneficiarycommunities. ASSIGNMENT DESCRIPTION The Consulting firm is required to support the MoEWT for the followingreformactivities: 1)      Review and evaluate preliminary studies on sand, weir and sub-surface dam locations proposedby the Macro study and taking into account the lessons described in the Micro study. 2)      Carry out soilinvestigation with a vicinity of dam site to locate suitable material for dam construction. 3)      For each damsite the consultantwill perform the following tasks: a)      Develop profile drawings (longitudinal and cross-sectional)of the riverbed. This should be based on longitudinal profiling or 'probing' to assess the extent of the sand reservoir, theexistence and continuity of the impermeable bedrock layer, the height and consistency of the banks, and, slope of thewadi. b)      Measuring the storage capacity of the sand reservoir tolocate the most cost effective location for constructing a wells and the subsurface, weir or sand dams c)      Measuring the volume of extractable water from the sandreservoir - estimate the maximum extractable volume of water (yield) from the planned sand reservoir by calculating the rate atwhich water can be extracted from the sand. d)     Carry out detailedgeotechnical and geophysicalinvestigations to confirm the suitability of the dam axis for the dam foundation and dam abutment in the wadi/river embankmentetc e)      ConstructionInvestment Report (CIR) f)       Detailed dam design ? develop detaileddrawings including dam depth, spillway height and width. g)      Detailed multiple-use design of water reservoirs in thesand dam, abstraction, storage and distribution mechanisms. h)      Bidding Documents (including Specifications andDrawings). SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS The Ministry of Finance of the Federal Government of Somalia now invites eligible Consultants to indicate theirinterest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the requiredqualifications andrelevant experience to perform the Services. Qualification Criteria The shortlisting criteria are: Background of the firm(s): summarizing their areasof expertise 1) organizational capability 2) years of experience of the firm 3) Size of the firm; General and overall experienceofthe firm(s); Relevant experience and summary of similar projects undertaken by the firm(s); Availability of appropriate skillsamongst staff. The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the WorldBank's Guidelines: Selection and Employmentof Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers (January 2011 and revised July 2014)("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest.  Please visit www.worldbank.org setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict ofinterest. In addition, please refer to specific information on conflict of interest related to this assignment as per paragraph 1.9 of ConsultantGuidelines. The Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Consultants Qualification Selection (CQS) method set out in theConsultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained by sending email requests at the email address below. Expressions of interestmustbe delivered (in person, by mail, or by e-mail) or in a written form in three (3) hard copies to the address below by 10.00 a.m., Tuesday the 15th of March, 2016. Attention Dr. Abdirizak Mohamed Ali Director General Ministry of Environment, Wildlife and Tourism Puntland State, Garowe Email: ama992003@yahoo.com , info@moewtpl.com

SO:ICT Sector Support - Phase II - P152358

Ministry of Posts and Telecommunication | Published October 17, 2016  -  Deadline November 3, 2016
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Project Manager (project Implementation Unit At The Ministry Of Posts And Telecommunications, Federal Government Of Somalia) FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OFSOMALIA (FGS) ICT SECTOR SUPPORT IN SOMALIA,PHASE 2 REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OFINTEREST PROJECT ID No.: P152358 POSITION: Project Manager TYPE OF CONTRACT: Individual Consultant REFERENCE NO: GFRS/ICT/2015-16/C7 DUTY STATION: Mogadishu EXPECTED START DATE: On contract signing, expected November, 2016 The Federal Government of Somalia through the Ministry of Finance, through the Ministry of Post andTelecommunications has received a grant from the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development to provide a program of ICTSector Support, 2014-2018 and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of this grant to payments under the contract to be signedwith individual consultants for the post of Project Manager to support the Higher Education Sector in Somalia. The Federal Government of Somalia is the Recipient of the ICT Sector Support in Somalia program endorsed bythe Somalia Development and Reconstruction Facility (SDRF) and funded under the Somalia Multi-Partner Fund (MPF) administered bythe World Bank. Under the second phase of the program, the World Bank Groupon behalf of the Ministry of Posts andTelecommunications is seeking to recruit an Individual Consultant as Project Manager. The Project Manager will be (i) Coordinatethe project, managing the Project Implementation Unit, project activities and the work program of PIU staff members; (ii) Ensurecoordination and collaboration with the senior management of the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications on all aspects of theProject, and with the World Bank team; (iii) Implement the management of activities within the PIU, in coordination with the MPT,and ensure collaboration with other Government institutions, the private sector and civil society and capacity building in MPT;(iv) Collaboratewith other specialists in the PIU to perform all necessary project activities under the Somalia ICT Sector SupportProject for the period of the assignment; and (v) Ensure coordination with the EAFS in the Ministry of Finance in theimplementation of project activities. The Project Development Objective is "to contribute towards the process of developing a regulatoryframework for the telecommunications sector and building an ICT infrastructure in Somalia". The second phase of the projecthas three components: 1. Enabling Environment, focusing on supporting the regulatory and governance framework for the sector,following the anticipated passage of the new Communications Law. This will provide for ongoing support to the Ministry and newregulator and will facilitate a new activity on support for the implementation of an effective mobile-money framework. 2. Efficiency and equity in access to connectivity, whichwill support: 2. 1. The establishment of a framework for SIM card registration; 2. 2. The establishment of communications rooms in key ministries across different economic zones, includingPuntland; 2. 3. Supporting the Somali Research and Education Network (SomaliREN), including through provision ofadvance purchase of internet bandwidth and capacity-building 3. Support and Capacity-Building for the Project Implementation Unit within the MPT, and a ProjectCoordination Unit for local implementation in Puntland. Detailed terms of reference for the post indicating expected consultant qualification and assignmentduration are posted on http://www.radiomuqdisho.net and http://sntv.gov.so/ The Project Implementation Unit on behalf of the Ministry invites individual consultants to indicate theirinterest in providing the above services. Interested individual consultants must provide information indicating that they arequalified to perform the services. Expressions of Interest and attachments: a CV, two refereesand scanned copies of testimonials must be sentby email to piu.procurement@gmail.com. The Consultant shall make clear reference in the subject field specifying Ref No:GFRS/ICT/2015-16/C7, not later than November 3, 2016, 17:00 hrs. Consultants will be selected in accordance with the latest revision of the World Bank's Guidelines:Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grant by the World Bank Borrowers" dated January2011(revised July 2014) for individual consultants. Colline Mpaata PIU Procurement Specialist ICT Support Project Ministry of Posts and Telecommunication TERMS OF REFERENCE Position Title: PROJECT MANAGER (Project Implementation Unit at the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, FederalGovernment of Somalia) Accountable to: Minister, Ministry of Post and Telecommunications Type of Appointment: Individual Consultant Reference No: GFRS/ICT/2015-16/C7 Duty Station: Mogadishu, Somalia Start date: On contract signature, expected in November, 2016 1. Background: The Federal Government of Somalia, through the Ministry of Posts and Telecoms and the Ministry of Finance,has requested the World Bank to support the preparation and implementation of the Somalia ICT Sector Support Project, PhaseII. The overarching Project Development Objective (PDO) for this series of projects is "to support the ICTSector in Somalia by contributing to establishing an enabling environment and by encouraging efficiency and equity in access toconnectivity". This remains unchanged from the PDO for phase 1 of the program. The higher level objectives are asfollows: ·        Establish an enabling policy and regulatory environment, including for mobile money; ·        Increase the contribution of the ICT Sector to the public treasury; ·        Support institutional capacity building in high priority economic foundations; and ·        Promote equity and access to internet connectivity, especially for higher education. The project will comprise of three (03) components: Component 1: Enabling Environment focusing on supporting the regulatory andgovernance framework for the sector and creating a trusted policy and regulatory environment. Component 2: Efficiency and equity in access to connectivity which will see theextension of the establishment ofcommunications rooms in key ministries across different economic zones and the establishment of aframework for SIM card registration and will seek to make optimal use of the undersea fibre cable arriving in Mogadishu bysupporting the Somali Research and Education Network. Component 3: Support and Capacity-Building for the Project Implementation Unit.The objective of this component is to support the Project Implementation Unit established in the Ministry of Posts andTelecommunications, working closely with the Ministry for Finance, for program management and coordination, and forcapacity-building. 2. Overall Objective: The overall responsibilities of the Project Manager are to i.      Coordinate the project, managing the Project Implementation Unit, project activities and thework program of PIU staff members; ii.      Ensure coordination and collaboration with the senior management of the Ministry of Posts andTelecommunications on all aspects of the Project, and with the World Bank team; iii.      Implement the management of activities within thePIU, in coordination with the MPT, and ensure collaboration with other Government institutions, the private sector and civilsociety and capacity building in MPT; iv.      Collaborate with other specialists in the PIU toperform all necessary project activities under the Somalia ICT Sector Support Project for the period of the assignment;and v.      Ensure coordination with the EAFS in the Ministryof Finance in the implementation of project activities. 3. Tasks: The Project manager shall do everything necessary to meet the above objectives, including but not limited tocarrying out the following specific duties: i.      Prepare and follow through a phased program of action to ensure coordination of efforts inimplementing the ICT Sector Support Project in Somalia; ii.      Develop and strengthen collaboration with all implementation partners (Ministries departments,liaisons, consultants, firms?), development partners and other stakeholdersto facilitate their understanding and support to the ICTSector Support program; iii.      Supervise the work of Technical Expertsparticularly the PIU Staff, including, but not limited to, the Procurement Specialist and the ProjectAccountant; iv.      Coordinating the preparation and updating of theProject Implementation Manual and ensuring that project implementation is in compliance with the stipulations of the ProjectImplementation Manual and the guidelines of the Bank; v.      Initiating and coordinating the preparation ofannual work plans of the various implementing partners, based on a standardized format; vi.      Coordinating, in close collaboration with theProcurement Specialist, the preparation and monitoring and reporting on the execution of the overall procurement plan of theProject consistent with procurement guidelines of the funding Development Partners and the specific provisions of the GrantAgreements; vii.      Ensuring the provision of logistical and other support to local andinternational consultants engaged under the project; viii.      Conducting, commissioning, and coordination of the monitoring andevaluation activities of the project; ix.      Preparing periodic Project Status Report (PSRs)for review by the MPT Technical Working Group and onward transmission to the funding Development Partners; x.      Preparing the Somalia Government section of theImplementation Completion Report (ICR) at the end of the project; and xi.      Carrying out other functions related to theProject that will, from time to time, be agreed upon between the funding Development Partners and theGovernment. xii.      The terms of reference and responsibilities outlined here may berevised at a later date to accommodate the management of activities associated with project implementation funded by otherinstitutions, including the African Development Bank. 4. Qualifications and Experience i.      Candidate should possess a relevant postgraduate qualification with a minimum of 10 years'experience in the Somalia context, with strong technical leadership in ICTand Project Managementenvironment; ii.      Reputable person with good characteristics, knowledge, skills and proven capability inMinistry, Department and Agency planning, development and government policy formulation. iii.      A good knowledge of Somalia generallyandsensitivity to the underlying state of fragility and the prevailing challenges in particular. iv.      Demonstrated ability to lead a multi-disciplinaryproject management team, build effective working relations with colleagues and clients, and capable of working under pressure, withgood experience in leadership and strategic management of project teamat national level. v.      Proven experience in coordinating, cooperating andnegotiating with high level Government officials, donor partners and multitude of local stakeholders. vi.      A change agent - with extensive experienceincontext specific - practical techniques for change management. 5. Consultant's reporting obligations The consultant will be employed as the Project Manager and will report directly to the SteeringCommittee/Technical Working Groupof the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications (chaired by HE Minister). 6. Deliverables i.      Draft Annual Work Plan (AWP), for approval ii.     Progress Reports and Regular Updates to the World Bank's Task Team of the ICT SectorSupport Project inSomalia iii.     Background papers for MPTTechnical Working group meetings and minutes of meetings iv.     Consolidated Quarterly Project Status Report (PSR) v.     Interim Financial Reports (IFR) vi.     Annual Financial Statements and audit report 7. Facilities to beprovided by theClient: The MPT will provide the Project Manager with office facilities, internet connectivity, essential utilities,office services, stationery and office supplies and use of a computer, printer, scanner and photocopying etc. In addition, the MoFand the ICT Project will makeavailable to the consultant copies of all the documents the Consultant may need to discharge his/herfunctions; and will assist the ProjectManager in liaising with all agencies of government and the private sector under the projectand with other agencies of government on matters related to the project

Development and Adoption of National Climate Change Policy for Somalia.

United Nations Development Programme | Published January 14, 2016  -  Deadline February 10, 2016
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Approximately 70% of Somalis are dependent on climate-sensitive agriculture and pastoralism. As floods and droughts become more severe and frequent in Somalia, there is a need to find approaches that can reduce the sensitivity of farmers and pastoralists to increasing rainfall variability. With natural resource degradation also rampant throughout Somalia, most notably for the production of charcoal, Somalia is becoming increasingly vulnerable to conflicts over scarce resources. Climate change and resource scarcity are exacerbated by the absence of policies on land-use and disaster risk management that incorporate impacts of climate change and build resilience across Somalia to better cope with these impacts. At local levels, communities lack the financial, technical and informational resources needed to build their resilience to climate change as well as the knowledge of how to prepare for extreme weather impacts. To address these issues, Global Environment Facility-Least Developed Countries Climate Fund (GEF-LDCF) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is financing a national project on “Enhancing Climate Resilience of Vulnerable Communities and Ecosystems in Somalia”. The main objective of the Project is to enhance resilience and improve adaptive capacity of vulnerable Somali communities in pilot areas, and the ecosystems on which they depend, to the adverse impacts of climate change. This objective is to be realised by working on set of activities under two main components: Component 1: Enhancing policies, institutional frameworks and government capacities with focus on review, revision, development and adoption of policies, plans and tools to mainstream and enhance adaptive capacity and mitigate the risks of climate change on vulnerable communities and critical ecosystems. Component 2: Piloting Ecosystem Based Adaptation strategies with focus on development and implementation of models of community and ecosystem resilience in pilot areas in collaboration with the government and community stakeholders. The scope of the current assignment is to develop a National Climate Change Policy for Somalia, taking into account the sectoral vulnerabilities, gender dimensions of climate change, impacts and costs for adaptation and mitigation. As such, this assignment falls under Component 1 of the Project. The National Climate Change Policy will guide the selection of prioritised adaptation options and fund mobilization to upscale adaptation interventions and find parallel financing for mitigation in the future. The policy will also recommend actions for capacity development, technology transfer and mobilizing global financing to meet various policy recommendations.

Provision of Monitoring and Evaluation Services

United Nations Secretariat | Published April 19, 2017
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The United Nations Support Office in Somalia (UNSOS) hereby solicits Expression of Interest (EOI) from competent companies for the provision of monitoring and evaluation services to provide accurate information while building domestic and international support for AMISOM and UNSOM as they pursue realization of the objectives and mandates in Somalia. The evaluation team shall on a quarterly basis: - Measure the extent to which the objectives of the project have been met and are achievable giving particular attention to client’s preparedness and capacity to direct public information operations on the ground in the evolving political and security situation in Somalia. - Assess the relevance of the objectives (overall objective, purpose and results). - Assess the effectiveness and impact of the contractor’s services in terms of delivery of project outputs. - Assess the enabling environment (security, access, resources, host government relations in Kenya and Somalia, etc.). - Assess the relevance of the approaches and strategies being pursued for future implementation of the project - Review of the deliverables as stated under the contract and remaining activities and evaluate the validity of the objectives. The evaluation mission shall, if necessary, propose changes and revisions in the approaches, organization, management systems, and priority activities of the AU/UN/IST to ensure achievement of objectives and sustainability of results and to minimize possible risks. UNSOS intends to enter into an agreement for an initial period of one (1) year with an option to extend for additional two (2) one-year periods subject to satisfactory performance at the discretion of UNSOS. The duration of each quarterly assignment is three weeks (21 calendar days) per contract year. The operations will be performed across Somalia covering the following sectors and any other places upon request clients: Sector 1: Mogadishu, Afgooye, Marka, Barawe, Qoryoorey Sector 2: Dhobley, Afmadow Sector 3: Baidoa, Huddur, Burhakaba, Dinsoor Sector 4: Beledweyne, Jalalaqsi, Mahas, Bula Burto Sector 5: Jowhar, Balcad, Mahaday, Bio Adde Sector 6: Kismayo The contractor shall appoint a Resident Project Manager based permanently in Mogadishu for the duration of the contract.

EOI – Somalia - Consultancy services to implement Drought Resilience and Sustainable Livelihoods Program - DRSLP II – Somalia Component – 12 2015

 | Published December 7, 2015
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EOI - Somalia – Junior Consultant - The finalization of the Somalia Infrastructure Needs Assessments and Infrastructure Action Plan; the planning and convening of a Somalia Infrastructure Investment Conference – EARC - 11 2015

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EOI – Somalia - Strengthening Macroeconomic and Financial Management in Somalia through improved Macroeconomic Framework and Budget Formulation

 | Published January 7, 2016
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GPN - Mali - Projet 1 du programme de renforcement de la résilience à l’insécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle au sahel (P2RS) – 10 2015

 | Published October 15, 2015
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GPN - Drought resilient and sustainable livelihoods programme in the horn of Africa (DRSLP II) Somalia project - IGAD – 04 2015

 | Published April 10, 2015
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GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL AUTHORITY ON DEVELOPMENT (IGAD) DROUGHT RESILIENT AND SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS PROGRAMME IN THE HORN OF AFRICA (DRSLP II) SOMALIA PROJECT 1. The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) has received a grant from the African Development Bank and the African Development Fund to finance the Drought Resilient and Sustainable Livelihoods Programme-II (DRSLP-II) in the Horn of Africa – for Federal Republic of Somalia Projects. 2. The principal objectives of this project are to contribute to poverty reduction and accelerated economic growth on a sustainable basis in Somalia. This will be achieved by investing in natural resources (water, pasture) management, integrated land management and ecosystem restoration and protection as well as rebuilding of agricultural and livestock infrastructures. Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) will be responsible for procurement activities under the project on behalf of the Federal Republic of Somalia. 3. The project includes the following components: 3.1 Improvement of water availability and accessibility, and improve the environment through land degradation and desertification control measures ; 3.2 Improvement of livestock production and management, animal health and infrastructure for market access; 3.3 Building human and institutional capacity to handle agro-pastoral production, improve policy and institutional frameworks; and 3.4 Improved opportunities for women in terms of water management, accessing markets and generating more income. 4. Procurement of Goods, Works and Services will be in accordance with the Bank's Rules and Procedures. Bidding documents are expected to be available in August and September 2015. The Procurement modes are as follow: - Procurement of Goods: (Diesel Power Generators, Office Supplies, Veterinary Equipment, Vehicles and Motor Cycles under ICB, LCB, NCB and Shopping procurement methods). - Procurement of Works: (Construction and Reconstruction of Water Dams, Roads and Buildings under ICB, LCB and NCB procurement methods). - Procurement of Services: Consultancy and Non-Consultancy Services, such as Studies, Designing and Supervision and Technical Assistance. - Trainings: such as on Animal Health, reproduction, Technicians, Data Management, Statistics, Admin and finance and related 5. Specific procurement notices for contracts to be bid under the African Development Bank’s international competitive bidding (ICB) procedures and for contracts for consultancy services and works will be announced, as they become available, in IGAD Website as well as on United Nations Development Business Journal and on the Bank’s Websites. 6. Interested bidders may obtain further information, and should confirm their interest, by contacting: Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) P.O. Box. 2653, Djibouti, Republic of Djibouti Fax: +253 21356994 Contact Person: Bogale Lemma (Mr.) IGAD Procurement Officer Tel.: +253 77888579 /21 354050 /312737 E-mail: procurement@igad.int / bogale.lemma@igad.int

Somali Core Economic Institutions SCORE - P152241

Ministry of Finance, Federag Government of Somalia | Published July 26, 2016  -  Deadline August 23, 2016
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Consulting Services: Automation Of Business Registration Activities In Mogadishu, Somalia FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF SOMALIA MINISTRY OF PORTS AND MARITIME TRANSPORT SOMALI CORE ECONOMIC INSTITUTIONS AND OPPORTUNITIESPROGRAM REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (Consulting Services ? Firm Selection) Project ID:                 P152241 Assignment Title:      Consulting Services: Automation ofBusiness Registration Activities in Mogadishu, Somalia Grant Number:        TF0A1688 Ref. No.:P152241/C1A BACKGROUND The Federal Government of Somalia has received financingfrom the World Bank toward the cost of the Somalia Core Economic Institutions and Opportunities (SCORE) project], and intends toapply part of the proceeds for consulting services. The Project is supporting the Governmentof Somalia on abusiness environment reform agenda focused mainly on business registration; this activity will see the improvement and automationof business startup services of the Federal Government of Somalia (FGS) with the overall agenda of making private investmentactivities more sustainable. It will finance Technical Assistance (TA), training and equipment to improve the business environmentby reducing the time and cost of starting and operating a formal business and other related aspects of the investment climate inorder to support Somalia to increase formalization, improve service delivery and provide the private sector and the regulators(Ministry of Commerce, Tax Authority, etc.) with reliable registry and licensing tools and information. It willalso seek to improvegovernment-to-business (G2B) services to local Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and introduce basic economy-wide businessenvironment and investment climate frameworks. In Mogadishu the SCORE project is undertaking the followingactivities under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Federal Government of Somalia (MoCI): ( i ) providing technical assistanceto update the basic legal and regulatory framework for the business environment by modernizing the Companies Act, the Licensing Actand related bylaws; (ii) providing specialized training, peer-to-peer learning and capacity building aimed at increasing regulatoryand enforcement capacity of business regulators; and (iii) empowering MoCI staff with the tools (including ICT systems) to track,monitor and enforce business regulations and provide improved government-to-business service delivery to the Somali and foreignbusiness community OVERALL OBJECTIVE The consulting services ("the Services")required: TheFederal Government of Somalia seeks an international firm with expertise in Business Process Review and Information TechnologySolutions which has experience in developing and implementing automated and online business registration systems fulfilling theneeded requirements, design, and specifications. The Project aims to: 1.      Create a better and more conducive environmentfor thebusiness registration process. 2.      Considerably reduce the time and cost toobtain a business registration certificate and related services. 3.      Introduce the new Registration AutomationSystem, which is expected to have the following high level impact: Increase in thenumber of newly registered companies and businesses (sole proprietors and partnerships); and Increaseefficiency of Business Registration. QUALIFICATIONS The Federal Government of Somalia Ministry of Finance now invites eligibleconsulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the above-mentioned services. Interested Consultantsshould provide informationdemonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevantexperience to perform the Services. Qualification Criteria The short listing criteria are: i)        Background of thefirm(s): summarizing their areas of expertise 1)      Organizational capability; 2)      Years of experience of the firm; 3)      Size of the firm; ii)      General and overall experience of thefirm(s); iii)    Relevant experience and summary of similar projectsundertaken by the firm(s); iv)    The Consultant should have good knowledge of Automation ofBusiness Registration Activities, and possess a proven track record of undertaking similar assignments in the last five years. v)      Evidence of contracts of at least USD200,000value successfully implemented. SUBMISSION OF EXPRESSION OF INTEREST The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment ofConsultants under IBRDLoans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers (January 2011) ("Consultant Guidelines"),setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest.  Please visit www.worldbank.org setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict ofinterest. In addition, please refer to specific information on conflict of interest related to this assignment as per paragraph 1.9 of ConsultantGuidelines. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub-consultancyto enhance theirqualifications. A Consultantwill be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost Based Selection(QCBS) Method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can beobtained by sending email requests at the email address below. Interested Consultants may submit hard copies or email expressionsof interest to the address below at or before4.00 pm local Somalia time on Tuesday, August 23, 2016. Late bids shall be rejected. Mr.  Burhan Iman Ahmed The ProjectCoordinator SCOREProject Ministry ofFinance FederalGovernment of Somalia Villa Somalia Mogadishu,Somalia Email Address:bidsmof@gmail.com

Somali Core Economic Institutions SCORE - P152241

Federal Republic of Somalia | Published June 1, 2016  -  Deadline June 12, 2016
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Consulting Services For Market Study On Somali Financial Services FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF SOMALIA MINISTRY OF FINANCE SOMALI CORE ECONOMIC INSTITUTIONS AND OPPORTUNITIES PROGRAMTF REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST Assignment Title: Consulting Services for Market Study on Somali Financial Services Publication Date: May 13,2016 Expression of Interest Deadline: June 12, 2016 Expected Starting Date:July 01, 2016 Funding Sources: #TF0A1688 Individual/Firm: FirmSelection Expected period of assignment: 90 consultancy-days. BACKGROUND The Federal Government of Somalia (FGS) through the Ministry of Finance with support from the World BankSomali Core Economic Institutions and Opportunities (SCORE) Program, a World Bank program supported by a multi-donor trust fund, isimplementing a series of activities to support financial sector development and strengthen non-bank financial institutionssupervision and regulation. The development objectives of the SCORE Program are to: (i) improve the enabling environment for privateand financial sector development; and (ii) catalyze private investment and job creationin key productive and service sectors.Through the SCORE Program, theMinistry of Finance is exploring viable pathways for pushing the frontiers of access to regulated andsupervised channels of financial services by Somali households and small businesses, and to accelerate the transition to a deep andinclusive financial system, thereby underpinning effective reconstruction efforts and enabling long-term economicgrowth. For the Ministry of Finance, the SCORE Program will help deliver governance capacity for financial sectordevelopment by strengthening the capacity of the Ministry to coordinate the analysis, formulation, implementation, and monitoringof financial sector policies, strategies and regulations; and, oversee FGS's interventions in the financialsector. For the Central Bank of Somali (CBS), the SCORE Program will help deliver regulatory and supervisorycapacity for non-bankfinancial institutions including development of the national payment systems. OBJECTIVE OF THE ASSIGNMENT Theoverall objective of this consultancy is to identify the demand and supply gaps for financial services in Somaliaand advise on the range and nature of FGS's policy interventions in the financial sector as well as the regulatory and supervisoryrecommendations for the CBS. Specifically, the consultancy will explore policy and feasible green-field investments opportunitiesthat the FGS through the Ministry of Financeand Central Bank of Somalia might undertake to catalyze added privateinvestment and jobcreation, and improve the regulatory and supervisory environment for the non-bank financial services inSomalia. Themarket study will provide missing evidence needed by policymakers andregulators to understand the nature of marketdemand and supply for financial services in Somalia with a view to identify urgent and priority policy reforms and green-fieldopportunities for the FGS. The studywill focus on both supply and demand aspects of the provision of financial services in Somalia,identify current usage of financial services and products and assess the potential for    green-field opportunities. QUALIFICATIONS TheMinistry of Finance now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providingthe Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications andrelevant experience to perform the Services. The short-listing criteria include the following: i)       Background of the firm(s): summarizingtheir areas of expertise 1) organizational capability 2) years of experience of the firm 3) Size of thefirm; ii)      General and overall experience of the firm(s); iii)    Relevant experience and summary of similar projects undertaken by thefirm(s);The Consultant should have good knowledge of financial sector development, experience in applying information andcommunications technologies (ICT) to conduct market studies, and possess a proven track record of undertaking similar assignmentsin the lastfive years. Evidence of contracts of at least USD200,000 value successfully implemented. iv)    Availability of appropriate skills amongststaff. Attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection andEmployment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers (January 2011) ("ConsultantGuidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policyon conflict of interest. Please visit www.worldbank.org  setting forth the World Bank's policy onconflict of interest. In addition, please refer to specific information on conflict ofinterest related to this assignment as per paragraph 1.9 of Consultant Guidelines. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint ventureor a sub consultancy to enhance theirqualifications. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost BasedSelection (QCBS) methodset out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained by sending email requests at the email address below. Interested Consultants maysubmit hard copies or email expressions of interest to the address below at or before 4.00pm local Somalia time on Sunday, June 12, 2016. Late bids shall be rejected. Attn: Mr. BurhanIman Ahmed SCORE PIUCoordinator Ministry ofFinance FederalGovernment ofSomalia VillaSomalia Mogadishu,Somalia Email Address1: bidsmof@gmail.com Email Address2: scoresomalia@gmail.com