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EDF — X-ray technology in the sea cargo environment

Seychellernes regering | Published August 27, 2016  -  Deadline October 27, 2016
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EDF — X-ray technology in the sea cargo environment

EDF — X-ray technology in the sea cargo environment

Den seychelliske regering | Published June 9, 2016
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EDF — X-ray technology in the sea cargo environment

GPN – Seychelles - Department of Information Communications Technology – 05 2015

 | Published May 18, 2015
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Page 1 of 2 GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE SEYCHELLES DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY Development of Quality of Service Standards and Regulations for the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Sector in Seychelles and provide capacity building for the regulatory staff of the Department of Information Communications Technology. 1. The Government of Seychelles has received a grant from the African Development Bank to finance a study on the development and implementation of a Quality of service Standards and Regulations for the broadcasting and telecommunications Sector in Seychelles as well as provide capacity building for the regulatory staff of the Department of Information Communications Technology (DICT). 2. The principal objectives of this project are to: Provide an assessment, review and analysis of the existing method of Quality of Service (QoS) intervention and the actual QoS performance in Seychelles and come up with recommendations to be adopted for best practices future Quality of Service regulation to ensure effective regulation of the broadcasting and telecommunication sector that will sustain a competitive market environment in all market segments. The grant will also be used to fund consultancy services to provide capacity building for the regulatory staffs so that after completion of the project the staff will acquire the requisite knowledge to effectively regulate the broadcasting and telecommunication sector. 3. The scope of the project includes the following components : -Identification, assessment, review and analysis of current intervention methods and prepare recommendations for future adoption of best practice regulation in connection with the Quality of Service Standards of the Broadcasting and telecommunication sector, to ensure effective regulation of the broadcasting and telecommunication sector and sustained competitive market environment in all market segments. - Identify Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) from both a consumer and network perspective and develop the KPIs for monitoring and reporting compliance with QoS standards which includes end user performance (service indicators) and network performance (technical indicators). 4. Acquisition of the services of Consultants will follow the Bank's Rules and Procedures for the Use of Consultants. Request for Proposals (RFP) documents are expected to be available in June 2015. 5. Interested bidders may obtain further information, and should confirm their interest, by contacting : Mr. Benjamin R. Choppy Principal Secretary Department of ICT 3rd Floor, Caravelle House Manglier Street P.O. Box 737 Victoria, Mahé, Page 2 of 2 Seychelles Telephone : +248 4286609 Facsimile : +248 4322720 E-mail : psoffice@ict.gov.sc Website : www.ict.gov.sc

International Consultant for UNDP-GEF Midterm Review of the GEF funded Seychelles’ Protected Areas Finance Project

UNDP Country Office - SEYCHELLES | Published March 28, 2018  -  Deadline April 10, 2018
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International Consultant for UNDP-GEF Midterm Review of the GEF funded Seychelles’ Protected Areas Finance ProjectIntroductionThis is the Terms of Reference (ToR) for the UNDP-GEF Midterm Review (MTR) of the full-sized project titled Seychelles’ Protected Areas Finance Project (PIMS 4656) implemented through the Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change, GOS-UNDP-GEF Programme Coordination Unit, which is to be undertaken in May – August 2018. The project started on the 3rd March 2016 and at the time of the MTR will be commencing its third year of implementation. In line with the UNDP-GEF Guidance on MTRs, this MTR process was initiated before the submission of the second Project Implementation Report (PIRThis ToR sets out the expectations for this MTR. The MTR process must follow the guidance outlined in the document Guidance For Conducting Midterm Reviews of UNDP-Supported, GEF-Financed Projects. http://web.undp.org/evaluation/guidance.shtml#Objectives of the MTRThe MTR will assess progress towards the achievement of the project objectives and outcomes, as specified in the Project Document, and assess early signs of project success or failure with the goal of identifying the necessary changes to be made in order to set the project on-track to achieve its intended results. The MTR will also review the project’s strategy and its risks to sustainabilityDeadline Submission of Proposal: by 20.00 hrs GMT on 10th April 2018 on the UNDP jobs on https://jobs.undp.org/cj_view_jobs.cfm

Re-advertisement - National Consultant - Agronomist / Agroforestry Specialist For The Preparation Of The Project Document A Ridge-To-Reef Approach For The Integrated Management Of Marine, Coastal And Terrestrial Ecosystems In The Seychelles

UNDP Country Office - SEYCHELLES | Published March 30, 2018  -  Deadline May 7, 2018
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National Consultant - Agronomist / Agroforestry Specialist For The Preparation Of The Project Document A Ridge-To-Reef Approach For The Integrated Management Of Marine, Coastal And Terrestrial Ecosystems In The SeychellesContext and backgroundA project proposal concept has recently been approved by the GEF for an allocation of USD $3.9 million for the implementation of a project to support the Government of Seychelles in a Ridge-to-Reef project focusing on managing land-based threats to coastal and marine ecosystems.The project will undertake a comprehensive Ridge to Reef (R2R) approach that addresses the ‘whole island’ priorities of improved management and conservation of upland forest and agricultural ecosystems as well as coastal and marine ecosystems in the Seychelles to produce global benefits in terms of conservation of globally significant biodiversity and the effective management of the large marine ecosystems (including coastal and near-shore marine ecosystems), and to arrest and reverse ecosystem degradation. This approach acknowledges and actively incorporates the issues of scale, proximity and interconnectedness of environmental systems on SIDS, and utilises the multi-focal area approach to provide ‘joined up’ solutions for sustainable development. By addressing a range of terrestrial threats to the marine environment, including flows of pollutants, nutrients and sediment, disrupted hydrological services, degradation of critical habitat, etc. that have significant negative impacts on importantThe ‘ridge-to-reef’ approach is promoted by the GEF globally, most notably in the Pacific SIDS through the GEF-5 multi-agency, multi-focal area Program titled ‘Ridge-to-Reef’ (UNDP as the lead IA with FAO and UNEP participating as co-IAs). The GEF continues to promote the same approach in GEF-6, as outlined in GEF-6 IW Program 4 (paragraph 53 of the GEF-6 Strategy).Scope of WorkThe current assignment contributes to the identification of target areas for sustainable land management and sustainable agriculture and the interventions to be applied in these areas that collectively support both biodiversity conservation and sustainable land managementDeadline Submission of Proposal: 7th May 2018 through the Job site advert https://jobs-admin.undp.org/cj_view_job.cfm?job_id=78476

GPN - Seychelles - Strengthening the Financial Market – 10 2015

 | Published October 30, 2015
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EOI - Seychelles - Mahe Sustainable Water Augmentation Project - Consultancy Services for contract administration & supervision – 12 2015

 | Published December 11, 2015
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December 31st 2000 January 1st 1991 – December 31st 1995 January 1st 1986 – December 31st 1990 January 1st 1981 – December 31st 1985 January 1st 1976 – December 31st 1980 Before and up to December 31st 1975 Countries* Algeria Angola Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Côte d’Ivoire Democratic Republic of Congo Djibouti Egypt Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Ethiopia Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau Kenya Lesotho Liberia Libya Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique Namibia Niger Nigeria Rwanda São Tomé & Príncipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland Tanzania Togo Tunisia Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe Topics* African Carbon Support Program African Fertilizer Financing Mechanism African Financial Markets Initiative (AFMI) African Financing Partnership African Guarantee Fund for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises African Legal Support Facility African Peer Review 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EOI – SEYCHELLES- Consultancy Services for the Development of a Social Impact Assessment Framework – 05 2015

 | Published May 23, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST SEYCHELLES Development of a Social Impact Assessment Framework (local support) Project ID No.:P-SC-IAD-003 This Invitation follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN) for this project that appeared in UNDB online publication NO.AfDB757-11/14 of 12 November 2014 and on the African Development Bank Group’s Internet Website. The Government of Seychelles has received financing from the African Development Bank towards the cost of the ‘Support for the human resources development strategy and social impact assessment framework’, and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this grant to payments under the contract for the Development of a Social Impact Assessment Framework for the Seychelles. The consultant will assist an international consultant/consultancy firm to undertake a situational analysis of the local conditions, including the national legal framework in regards to the above project. Scope of Services, Tasks (Components) and Expected Deliverables 1. The assignment will involve undertaking an assessment of all development initiatives in the country that have social impact implication. 2. Assessing the legislative environment to establish the need or otherwise for a stand-alone legal framework. 3. Participating in training sessions to be delivered by international consultant/consultancy firm. Interested consultants may obtain the Terms of Reference (TOR) by email mjbonne@gov.sc or in person at the following location: Ministry of Social Affairs, Community Development and Sports, Mrs Marie-Josee Bonne, Special Advisor (Social Affairs),Room 206, Floor 2,Unity House, Block C, Palm Street, Mahe, Seychelles, Tel:+248 4281828. The Ministry of Social Affairs, Community Development and Sports now invites eligible Individuals/Experts to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested Individuals/Experts must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (detailed CVs, brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions etc.). Eligibility criteria, establishment of the short-list and the selection procedure shall be in accordance with the African Development Bank’s “Rules and Procedures for the use of Consultants” [2008 Edition, revised in July 2012], which is available on the Bank’s website at http://www.afdb.org. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the above office on or before 15th June 2015 at 16.00hrs and should be clearly marked on the subject: “Consultancy Services for the Development of a Social Impact Assessment Framework for the Seychelles.”

SEYCHELLES - Prequalification of Civil Works for Raising of the La Gogue Dam - Mahe sustainable water augmentation project

 | Published March 3, 2016
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National Consultant - National Coordinator for The Preparation Of The Project Document A Ridge-To-Reef Approach For The Integrated Management Of Marine, Coastal And Terrestrial Ecosystems In The Seychelles

UNDP Country Office - SEYCHELLES | Published March 30, 2018  -  Deadline April 10, 2018
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National Consultant - National Coordinator for The Preparation Of The Project Document A Ridge-To-Reef Approach For The Integrated Management Of Marine, Coastal And Terrestrial Ecosystems In The SeychellesContext and backgroundA project proposal concept has recently been approved by the GEF for an allocation of USD $3.9 million for the implementation of a project to support the Government of Seychelles in a Ridge-to-Reef project focusing on managing land-based threats to coastal and marine ecosystems.The project will undertake a comprehensive Ridge to Reef[1] (R2R) approach that addresses the ‘whole island’ priorities of improved management and conservation of upland forest and agricultural ecosystems as well as coastal and marine ecosystems in the Seychelles to produce global benefits in terms of conservation of globally significant biodiversity and the effective management of the large marine ecosystems (including coastal and near-shore marine ecosystems), and to arrest and reverse ecosystem degradation. This approach acknowledges and actively incorporates the issues of scale, proximity and interconnectedness of environmental systems on SIDS, and utilises the multi-focal area approach to provide ‘joined up’ solutions for sustainable development. By addressing a range of terrestrial threats to the marine environment, including flows of pollutants, nutrients and sediment, disrupted hydrological services, degradation of critical habitat, etc. that have significant negative impacts on important coastal/marine ecosystems including wetlands, mangroves, seagrass beds and coral reefs, the project will simultaneously improve the management of the terrestrial landscape, improve the effectiveness of integrated coastal management practices and secure the integrity of existing and new marine protected areas in the Seychelles, which are vital components of, and effective management tools to conserve, the Agulhas and Somali Current Large Marine Ecosystems. At the policy and strategic level, the project will unite the three most important spatial and resource planning processes in the country (which provide the baseline to this project), namely the Marine Spatial Plan (for the seascape), the Seychelles Strategic Plan (for the landscape, most notably the ‘Green Spine’ on Mahé and other upland forest areas in the Inner Islands), and the Land Use Plans (which embrace integrated coastal management principles and act as the most suitable vehicle to engage District Authorities and local communities in the implementation of these strategic plans). The project will build on these baseline activities by providing strategic incremental funding to implement priority actions in each of the plans.[1] The ‘ridge-to-reef’ approach is promoted by the GEF globally, most notably in the Pacific SIDS through the GEF-5 multi-agency, multi-focal area Program titled ‘Ridge-to-Reef’ (UNDP as the lead IA with FAO and UNEP participating as co-IAs). The GEF continues to promote the same approach in GEF-6, as outlined in GEF-6 IW Program 4 (paragraph 53 of the GEF-6 Strategy).Scope of WorkThe national coordinator will have a key role in coordinating the ProDoc preparation process, working closely with the international lead expert.Deadline Submission of Proposal: 10th April 2018 to the email address jobs.mu@undp.org

International Consultant for the Drafting of a National Traditional Knowledge Policy incorporating Appropriate Legal Instruments on Access to Genetic Resources and Benefit-Sharing (ABS) in Seychelles

UNDP Country Office - SEYCHELLES | Published May 14, 2018  -  Deadline May 24, 2018
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This consultancy aims to support:The identification, the drafting and assist the validation process of a national traditional knowledge policy in Seychelles. This policy should be simple, efficient, adapted to national and local circumstances and coherent with existing and planned mechanisms in complementarity with other national or global ABS related instrument.The Seychelles in drafting country specific processes and guidelines, in line with national and local circumstances of local communities, to access their knowledge, innovation and practices related to genetic resources and to ensure a fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from their utilization, for the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity.The national traditional knowledge policy to be developed, should be compliant with the Nagoya Protocol and the CBD. In line with national and local circumstances, the instruments shall include both a legislative and a regulatory component covered by this consultation.The national consultant will be aided by the international consultant who will provide clear orientations and high quality advisory services to guide the work of the national consultants, covered by this consultation throughout the process of design, drafting and the validation process of nationally appropriate traditional knowledge policy in compliance with the Nagoya protocol and the CBD.The national traditional knowledge policy should be based on the findings and recommendations of the analysis and consultations with key national and local stakeholders as indicated in the Project Document of the Global ABS Project.Key ResponsibilitiesThe consultant(s) will adhere to National procedures for development and adoption of National guidelines, regulations, policies and legislative mechanisms, in various levels of consultations and liaisons with the Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change.The consultant will be responsible to undertake the following specific tasks and services:The national consultants will be given the necessary guidance, methodology and technical inputs by the International Consultant (referred to from here on as IC) to assess if there are any existing national institutional frameworks on TK, Genetic resources and deliver an analysis for the implementation of the Nagoya Protocol;Within this analysis; document any existing and evolving legislations and regulations related to TK (traditional knowledge), GR (genetic resources) and ABS in Seychelles (work in parallel with the Legal Consultant);Draft the national traditional knowledge policy and working alongside the IC, document the appropriate legal instrument(s) and amendments of the legislative and regulatory components (depending on national and local circumstances and while ensuring compliance with the provisions of the Nagoya protocol and the CBD (the proposed instruments should provide a clear description of the operational mechanisms for Monitoring the use of GR/TK and dispute management including penalties. It should also provide standard clauses for Prior Informed Consent (PIC) and Mutually Agreed Terms (MAT) and elaborate a guideline on how to apply the regulations clarifying both access procedures for applicants and user procedures for compliance measures).Deadline for Submission: 24 May 2018 on UNDP jobs - ​https://jobs.undp.org/cj_view_job.cfm?cur_job_id=78853. All submissions should be made through this link.. Offers received via any other method will not be accepted..​

EOI - Seychelles - Consulting Services for development of a national strategy on Financial Education

 | Published September 29, 2016
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EOI - Seychelles - Consulting services for development of a national strategy on financila education

 | Published September 23, 2016
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National Consultant - Capacity Assessment Expert For The Preparation Of The Project Document A Ridge-To-Reef Approach For The Integrated Management Of Marine, Coastal And Terrestrial Ecosystems In The Seychelles

UNDP Country Office - SEYCHELLES | Published March 30, 2018  -  Deadline April 10, 2018
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National Consultant - Capacity Assessment Expert For The Preparation Of The Project Document A Ridge-To-Reef Approach For The Integrated Management Of Marine, Coastal And Terrestrial Ecosystems In The SeychellesContext and backgroundA project proposal concept has recently been approved by the GEF for an allocation of USD $3.9 million for the implementation of a project to support the Government of Seychelles in a Ridge-to-Reef project focusing on managing land-based threats to coastal and marine ecosystems.The project will undertake a comprehensive Ridge to Reef[1] (R2R) approach that addresses the ‘whole island’ priorities of improved management and conservation of upland forest and agricultural ecosystems as well as coastal and marine ecosystems in the Seychelles to produce global benefits in terms of conservation of globally significant biodiversity and the effective management of the large marine ecosystems (including coastal and near-shore marine ecosystems), and to arrest and reverse ecosystem degradation. This approach acknowledges and actively incorporates the issues of scale, proximity and interconnectedness of environmental systems on SIDS, and utilises the multi-focal area approach to provide ‘joined up’ solutions for sustainable development. By addressing a range of terrestrial threats to the marine environment, including flows of pollutants, nutrients and sediment, disrupted hydrological services, degradation of critical habitat, etc. that have significant negative impacts on important coastal/marine ecosystems including wetlands, mangroves, seagrass beds and coral reefs, the project will simultaneously improve the management of the terrestrial landscape, improve the effectiveness of integrated coastal management practices and secure the integrity of existing and new marine protected areas in the Seychelles, which are vital components of, and effective management tools to conserve, the Agulhas and Somali Current Large Marine Ecosystems. At the policy and strategic level, the project will unite the three most important spatial and resource planning processes in the country (which provide the baseline to this project), namely the Marine Spatial Plan (for the seascape), the Seychelles Strategic Plan (for the landscape, most notably the ‘Green Spine’ on Mahé and other upland forest areas in the Inner Islands), and the Land Use Plans (which embrace integrated coastal management principles and act as the most suitable vehicle to engage District Authorities and local communities in the implementation of these strategic plans). The project will build on these baseline activities by providing strategic incremental funding to implement priority actions in each of the plans.[1] The ‘ridge-to-reef’ approach is promoted by the GEF globally, most notably in the Pacific SIDS through the GEF-5 multi-agency, multi-focal area Program titled ‘Ridge-to-Reef’ (UNDP as the lead IA with FAO and UNEP participating as co-IAs). The GEF continues to promote the same approach in GEF-6, as outlined in GEF-6 IW Program 4 (paragraph 53 of the GEF-6 Strategy).Scope of WorkThe capacity assessment expert will be responsible for extending and updating of the capacity assessment of partners and institutions undertaken during the NPFE stage to establish baselines for the project capacity assessment scorecard (the consultant should liaise with the PPG International Lead Consultant and the UNDP Country Office to confirm which organizations should be included[1]).[1] Among other institutions, need to assess the capacity of the Blue Economy Institute (BERI) to carry out project outputs 3.1.1 and 3.1.2, and need to propose any capacity-building activities that would be required for this to be effective.Deadline Submission of Proposal: 10th April 2018 to the email address jobs.mu@undp.org

National Consultant - Water And Waste Water Expert For The Preparation Of The Project Document A Ridge-To-Reef Approach For The Integrated Management Of Marine, Coastal And Terrestrial Ecosystems In The Seychelles

UNDP Country Office - SEYCHELLES | Published March 30, 2018  -  Deadline April 10, 2018
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National Consultant - Water And Waste Water Expert For The Preparation Of The Project Document A Ridge-To-Reef Approach For The Integrated Management Of Marine, Coastal And Terrestrial Ecosystems In The SeychellesContext and backgroundA project proposal concept has recently been approved by the GEF for an allocation of USD $3.9 million for the implementation of a project to support the Government of Seychelles in a Ridge-to-Reef project focusing on managing land-based threats to coastal and marine ecosystems.The project will undertake a comprehensive Ridge to Reef[1] (R2R) approach that addresses the ‘whole island’ priorities of improved management and conservation of upland forest and agricultural ecosystems as well as coastal and marine ecosystems in the Seychelles to produce global benefits in terms of conservation of globally significant biodiversity and the effective management of the large marine ecosystems (including coastal and near-shore marine ecosystems), and to arrest and reverse ecosystem degradation. This approach acknowledges and actively incorporates the issues of scale, proximity and interconnectedness of environmental systems on SIDS, and utilises the multi-focal area approach to provide ‘joined up’ solutions for sustainable development. By addressing a range of terrestrial threats to the marine environment, including flows of pollutants, nutrients and sediment, disrupted hydrological services, degradation of critical habitat, etc. that have significant negative impacts on important coastal/marine ecosystems including wetlands, mangroves, seagrass beds and coral reefs, the project will simultaneously improve the management of the terrestrial landscape, improve the effectiveness of integrated coastal management practices and secure the integrity of existing and new marine protected areas in the Seychelles, which are vital components of, and effective management tools to conserve, the Agulhas and Somali Current Large Marine Ecosystems. At the policy and strategic level, the project will unite the three most important spatial and resource planning processes in the country (which provide the baseline to this project), namely the Marine Spatial Plan (for the seascape), the Seychelles Strategic Plan (for the landscape, most notably the ‘Green Spine’ on Mahé and other upland forest areas in the Inner Islands), and the Land Use Plans (which embrace integrated coastal management principles and act as the most suitable vehicle to engage District Authorities and local communities in the implementation of these strategic plans). The project will build on these baseline activities by providing strategic incremental funding to implement priority actions in each of the plans.[1] The ‘ridge-to-reef’ approach is promoted by the GEF globally, most notably in the Pacific SIDS through the GEF-5 multi-agency, multi-focal area Program titled ‘Ridge-to-Reef’ (UNDP as the lead IA with FAO and UNEP participating as co-IAs). The GEF continues to promote the same approach in GEF-6, as outlined in GEF-6 IW Program 4 (paragraph 53 of the GEF-6 Strategy).Scope of WorkThe current assignment contributes to the identification of project target areas for forest protection and the interventions to be applied in watershed areas and adjacent areas, and in coastal areas that collectively support both biodiversity conservation and sustainable land and coastal area management.Deadline Submission of Proposal: 10th April 2018 to the email address jobs.mu@undp.org

National Consultant - Marine Protected Area Expert For The Preparation Of The Project Document A Ridge-To-Reef Approach For The Integrated Management Of Marine, Coastal And Terrestrial Ecosystems In The Seychelles

UNDP Country Office - SEYCHELLES | Published March 30, 2018  -  Deadline April 10, 2018
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National Consultant - Marine Protected Area Expert For The Preparation Of The Project Document A Ridge-To-Reef Approach For The Integrated Management Of Marine, Coastal And Terrestrial Ecosystems In The Seychelles (IC) Context and backgroundA project proposal concept has recently been approved by the GEF for an allocation of USD $3.9 million for the implementation of a project to support the Government of Seychelles in a Ridge-to-Reef project focusing on managing land-based threats to coastal and marine ecosystems.The project will undertake a comprehensive Ridge to Reef[1] (R2R) approach that addresses the ‘whole island’ priorities of improved management and conservation of upland forest and agricultural ecosystems as well as coastal and marine ecosystems in the Seychelles to produce global benefits in terms of conservation of globally significant biodiversity and the effective management of the large marine ecosystems (including coastal and near-shore marine ecosystems), and to arrest and reverse ecosystem degradation. This approach acknowledges and actively incorporates the issues of scale, proximity and interconnectedness of environmental systems on SIDS, and utilises the multi-focal area approach to provide ‘joined up’ solutions for sustainable development. By addressing a range of terrestrial threats to the marine environment, including flows of pollutants, nutrients and sediment, disrupted hydrological services, degradation of critical habitat, etc. that have significant negative impacts on important coastal/marine ecosystems including wetlands, mangroves, seagrass beds and coral reefs, the project will simultaneously improve the management of the terrestrial landscape, improve the effectiveness of integrated coastal management practices and secure the integrity of existing and new marine protected areas in the Seychelles, which are vital components of, and effective management tools to conserve, the Agulhas and Somali Current Large Marine Ecosystems. At the policy and strategic level, the project will unite the three most important spatial and resource planning processes in the country (which provide the baseline to this project), namely the Marine Spatial Plan (for the seascape), the Seychelles Strategic Plan (for the landscape, most notably the ‘Green Spine’ on Mahé and other upland forest areas in the Inner Islands), and the Land Use Plans (which embrace integrated coastal management principles and act as the most suitable vehicle to engage District Authorities and local communities in the implementation of these strategic plans). The project will build on these baseline activities by providing strategic incremental funding to implement priority actions in each of the plans.[1] The ‘ridge-to-reef’ approach is promoted by the GEF globally, most notably in the Pacific SIDS through the GEF-5 multi-agency, multi-focal area Program titled ‘Ridge-to-Reef’ (UNDP as the lead IA with FAO and UNEP participating as co-IAs). The GEF continues to promote the same approach in GEF-6, as outlined in GEF-6 IW Program 4 (paragraph 53 of the GEF-6 Strategy).Scope of WorkThe project context shifted since the PIF stage in that the coral reefs around Seychelles were subjected to a severe bleaching episode in early 2016. The ‘reef’ part of the R2R project will now focus on addressing land based threats that will reduce impacts on reefs in the sense of their ability to recover from the bleaching, or to reduce threats to the most resilient reefs that may have survived the bleaching to some degree. The MPA element of the project remains focused on increasing capacity for MPA management and extending the protected areas through the development of Temporary Protected Areas (TPAs) as supported under the up-coming ‘Nature Reserves and Conservancy Act’. Deadline Submission of Proposal: 10th April 2018 to the email address jobs.mu@undp.org

Re-advertisement - National Consultant - Gender and Youth Engagement Expert for the preparation of the project document A RIdge-to Reef Approach for the Integrated Management of Marine, Coastal and Terrestrial Ecosystems in the Seychelles

UNDP Country Office - SEYCHELLES | Published March 30, 2018  -  Deadline May 7, 2018
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Project: PPG for Ridge to Reef Project Seychelles (00108219)National Consultant - Gender and youth engagement expert for the preparation of the project document A RIdge-to Reef Approach for the Integrated Management of Marine, Coastal and Terrestrial Ecosystems In the Seychelles (IC)Context and backgroundA project proposal concept has recently been approved by the GEF for an allocation of USD $3.9 million for the implementation of a project to support the Government of Seychelles in a Ridge-to-Reef project focusing on managing land-based threats to coastal and marine ecosystems.The project will undertake a comprehensive Ridge to Reef (R2R) approach that addresses the ‘whole island’ priorities of improved management and conservation of upland forest and agricultural ecosystems as well as coastal and marine ecosystems in the Seychelles to produce global benefits in terms of conservation of globally significant biodiversity and the effective management of the large marine ecosystems (including coastal and near-shore marine ecosystems), and to arrest and reverse ecosystem degradation. This approach acknowledges and actively incorporates the issues of scale, proximity and interconnectedness of environmental systems on SIDS, and utilises the multi-focal area approach to provide ‘joined up’ solutions for sustainable development. By addressing a range of terrestrial threats to the marine environment, including flows of pollutants, nutrients and sediment, disrupted hydrological services, degradation of critical habitat, etc. that have significant negative impacts on important coastal/marine ecosystems including wetlands, mangroves, seagrass beds and coral reefs, the project will simultaneously improve the management of the terrestrial landscape, improve the effectiveness of integrated coastal management practices and secure the integrity of existing and new marine protected areas in the Seychelles, which are vital components of, and effective management tools to conserve, the Agulhas and Somali Current Large Marine Ecosystems. At the policy and strategic level, the project will unite the three most important spatial and resource planning processes in the country (which provide the baseline to this project), namely the Marine Spatial Plan (for the seascape), the Seychelles Strategic Plan (for the landscape, most notably the ‘Green Spine’ on Mahé and other upland forest areas in the Inner Islands), and the Land Use Plans (which embrace integrated coastal management principles and act as the most suitable vehicle to engage District Authorities and local communities in the implementation of these strategic plans). The project will build on these baseline activities by providing strategic incremental funding to implement priority actions in each of the plansThe ‘ridge-to-reef’ approach is promoted by the GEF globally, most notably in the Pacific SIDS through the GEF-5 multi-agency, multi-focal area Program titled ‘Ridge-to-Reef’ (UNDP as the lead IA with FAO and UNEP participating as co-IAs). The GEF continues to promote the same approach in GEF-6, as outlined in GEF-6 IW Program 4 (paragraph 53 of the GEF-6 Strategy).Scope of WorkThe current assignment is to undertake the necessary social analysis, focusing on gender and youth issues, propose appropriate interventions and indicators, and to review the project documentation at a late stage of preparation to ensure that all interventions incorporate appropriate gender dimensions.Deadline Submission of Proposal: 7th May 2018 to the email address https://jobs.undp.org/cj_view_job.cfm?cur_job_id=78482

Information Notice – Seychelles - Agriculture Sector and Marine Aquaculture Development Study – Contract Award - ASMAD – 02 2015

 | Published February 19, 2015
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PUBLICATION OF AWARD OF CONTRACT FOR CONSULTING SERVICES FOR PROJECTS FINANCED BY THE AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK INFORMATION NOTICE Publication date: 12th February 2015 Country: Seychelles Executing Agency: Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) now called Ministry of Fisheries and Agriculture Name of Project/Study: Agriculture Sector and Marine Aquaculture Development Study (ASMAD) Loan/Grant Number: 5500155006401 Project ID No: P-SC-AA0-005 Name of Request for Proposals (RFP): Consulting Service for Agricultural Sector Development Study Selection Method: Quality Cost Based Selection Method (QCBS) Date of publication of EOI: 19th August 2013 Date of publication of RFP: 17th June 2014 Technical Proposals opening date: 18th July 2014 Financial Proposals opening date: 14th October 2014 Date of approval by the Bank of the draft negotiated Contract: 29th January 2015 Name of Selected Consultant: AGRER S.AN.V. -ECO-SOL Nationality: Belgium Address: Avenue Louise 251/B23- 1050 Brussels- Belgium Contract Award Price: EUR 493,950.00 (exclusive of taxes) Contract Start date: 23rd February 2015 Contract Duration: 10 Months Summary of Scope of Contract Awarded: The Consultant should carry out a study which will involve a review of the agriculture sector contributing to the development of strategies to implement the agriculture sector policy, and culminating in the preparation of an Agriculture Sector Development Project. The study will be conducted in three phases as follows:  In phase I: The consultant will collect all the available data and adopt a methodology for effectively executing the study. This phase will conclude with the preparation of a report, the agriculture Sector Development Project (ASDP) which will present a diagnostic review of the current situation of the agriculture sector challenges, opportunities, and proposal for interventions along with project profiles. The whole phase will cover 3 calendar months (2 months for field work and 1 month for review of the report)  Phase II: This phase will be devoted to the preparation of a feasibility report with respect to the priority agricultural development project selected by the Government from the list proposed in phase I report. The feasibility study would cover all aspects of the project, and allow firm decisions to be reached on its implementation. The consultant shall perform all the conventional economic and financial analyses to determine the viability of the project. The study would identify and assess the potential importance of the beneficial and adverse environment and social, direct and indirect, short and long-term, temporary and permanent impacts. It would also define appropriate mitigation/enhancement measures to prevent, minimize, mitigate, or compensate for adverse impacts or to enhance the project environmental and social benefits, including responsibilities and associated cost. An Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) report would be prepared for the project. The whole phase will cover 3 calendar months (2 months for field work and 1 month for review of the report)  Phase III will cover 4 calendar months (3 months field work and 1 month for review of the reports). This phase will be devoted to the preparation of designs and tender documents of the major infrastructure (building, irrigation, roads, and drainage) included in the preparation report. The preparation report will also be benefited with the availability of more accurate figures for the infrastructure. The draft reports submitted at the end of Phase III by the consultants will be reviewed by the MNR who would then submit their comments to the Bank. This review process should take between 3-4 weeks. The consultants would be given a further 2 weeks to update the reports whit the comments received from both the GOS and the Bank. The final outcome would be the Final ASDP preparation report including the detailed designs. Total Number of Proposals Received: 2 For each Consultant evaluation was as follows: Name: WAPCOS LIMITED Nationality: India Address: Corporate Office: 76-C, Institutional Area, Sector -18, Gorgaon,Haryana,-122015, India Registered office:”KAILASH”, 5th floor, KG Marg, New Delhi-110-001, India Technical Scores (%): 87.16 Financial Scores (%): 89.73 Evaluated Price: USD 651,750.00 Ranking: 2 N.B.: Any consultant who wishes to ascertain the grounds on which its proposal was not selected, should request an explanation from the Executing Agency. In any event, the Bank reserves the right to review any complaint of a bidder at any time following the award.

EOI - Seychelles - Individual Consultant - Establishment of an Information Management System agencies involved in MSME development and promotion - Seychelles Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Project - 02 2015

 | Published February 12, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (EOI) CONSULTING SERVICES (Individual Consultant) SEYCHELLES Establishment of an Information Management System agencies involved in MSME development and promotion The Republic of Seychelles has received financing from The African Development Bank’s Fund for African Private Sector Assistance (FAPA) toward the cost of implementing the Seychelles micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) Development Project, and intends to apply part of the financing received to payments under the contract for the Development and the setting up of an Information Management System for two government agencies involved in MSME development and promotion. The consultant services under this assignment includes: a. Developing detailed designed of the IMS specification and adapt or procure necessary hardwares and softwares for the IMS. b. Conduct, test runs, train staff in using the IMS systems c. Develop control of data access in consultation with the beneficiary agencies. d. Develop a functional user manual for reference The Ministry of Finance, Trade and Blue Economy now invites eligible individual consultants to indicate their interest in providing the required services. Interested consultants must provide information showing clearly that they are qualified to undertake this assignment (brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, evidence of appropriate skills, etc.). Evaluation of the EOI will be based on the following evaluation criteria: i. Consultants' academic qualifications; ii. Consultant's knowledge in database; iii. Consultant skills; iv. Consultant experience in Similar Assignments; v. Experience in similar environments involving capacity building. The method of selection shall be Individual Consultant (IC). The eligibility criteria, establishment of the short list and the selection procedure shall be in conformity with the African Development Bank’s “Rules and Procedures for Use of Consultants” (May 2008 Edition, Revised July 2012, which is available on the Bank’s website http://www.afdb.org, www.ntb.sc, www.egov.sc, www.promis.comesa.int. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours 0800hrs to 1600hrs, Seychelles Time. The deadline for submission of EOI will be 12:00pm (noon) (GMT) on the 24th February 2015. Expressions of interest are to be submitted in hard copy or by email to the contact indicated below and mention “Development and setup of an Information Management System”. Attn: Mr Barry Assary Director of Policy, Strategy and Research Ministry of Investment, Entrepreneurship Development and Business Innovation Maison De Mahe, State House Avenue Victoria, Mahe, Seychelles Tel: (+248) 4325955 Email: barryassary@gov.sc

EOI - Seychelles - Individual Consultant - Institutional Capacity Building of the Small Business Finance Agency (SBFA) - Seychelles Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Project – 02 2015

 | Published February 12, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (EOI) CONSULTING SERVICES (Individual Consultant) SEYCHELLES Institutional Capacity Building of the Small Business Finance Agency (SBFA) The Republic of Seychelles has received financing from The African Development Bank’s Fund for African Private Sector Assistance (FAPA) toward the cost of implementing the Seychelles micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) Development Project, and intends to apply part of the financing received to payments under the contract for Institutional Capacity Building of the Small Business Finance Agency (SBFA). SBFA is an independent credit facility established by an Act of parliament in December 2013, that provides micro-loans. The consultancy services under this assignment includes facilitating SBFA organizational structure streamlining, addressing SBFA operational inefficiencies and training of SBFA loan officers in among others, MSME appraisal, risk assessment, and credit management and monitoring. The Ministry of Finance, Trade and Blue Economy now invites eligible individual consultants to indicate their interest in providing the required services. Interested consultants must provide information showing clearly that they are qualified to undertake this assignment (brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, evidence of appropriate skills, etc.). Evaluation of the EOI will be based on the following evaluation criteria: i. Consultants' academic qualifications; ii. Consultants skills; iii. Operational experience in similar assignments with specific reference to micro finance program management, administration, operations management, risk management, internal auditing and portfolio management and monitoring; iv. Experience in similar environments involving capacity building; v. Experience in Private Sector and MSME development in Africa. The method of selection shall be an Individual Consultant (IC). The eligibility criteria, establishment of the short list and the selection procedure shall be in conformity with the African Development Bank’s “Rules and Procedures for Use of Consultants” (May 2008 Edition, Revised July 2012, which is available on the Bank’s website http://www.afdb.org, www.ntb.sc, www.egov.sc, www.promis.comesa.int.. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours 0800hrs to 1600hrs, Seychelles Time. The deadline for submission of EOI will be 12:00pm (noon) (GMT) on the 24th February 2015. Expressions of interest are to be submitted in hard copy or by email to the contact indicated below and mention “Institutional Capacity Building of the Small Business Finance Agency”. Attn: Mr Barry Assary Director of Policy, Strategy and Research Ministry of Investment, Entrepreneurship Development and Business Innovation Maison De Mahe, State House Avenue Victoria, Mahe, Seychelles Tel: (+248) 4325955 Email: barryassary@gov.sc