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Public financial management reform support

Den Europæiske Union | Published April 30, 2014
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Public financial management reform support

Request for Proposal (RFP) for the Development of an Educational Toolkit on Financial Literacy and ICT Knowledge

United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women | Published October 25, 2016
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The United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women) plans to Develop an educational toolkit on financial literacy and ICT as described in this Request for Proposal and its related annexes. UN Women now invites proposals from qualified proposers for providing the requirements as defined in these documents.

Establishing leadership development programmes (LDPs) for the HCWW and developing its financial strategy

Den Europæiske Union | Published December 31, 2014
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Establishing leadership development programmes (LDPs) for the HCWW and developing its financial strategy

ENPI — Establishing leadership development programmes (LDPs) for the HCWW and developing its financial strategy

Den Europæiske Union | Published July 26, 2014  -  Deadline August 28, 2014
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ENPI — Establishing leadership development programmes (LDPs) for the HCWW and developing its financial strategy

EOI – Egypt - Independent external review of financial statements - Project “Green Growth: Industrial Waste Management and SME Entrepreneurship Hub in Egypt” – 07 2015

 | Published July 28, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) ARAB REPUBLIC OF EGYPT GREEN GROWTH: INDUSTRIAL WASTE MANAGEMENT AND SME ENTREPRENEURSHIP HUB IN EGYPT Consultancy Firm Services for: INDEPENDENT EXTERNAL REVIEW OF PROJECT FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 1. This request for Expression of Interest (EOIs) follows the General Procurement Notice for this project that appeared in UN Development Business Ref. No. AfDB367-05/14 on May 27, 2014. 2. The Egypt National Cleaner Production Center (ENCPC), operating under the Council of Innovation and Technology Transfer – Ministry of Egyptian Industry, Trade and SMEs has received a grant for USD 2,000,000 from the Middle East and North Africa Transition Fund, through the African Development Bank, to finance the project entitled: “Green Growth: Industrial Waste Management and SME Entrepreneurship Hub in Egypt”. The ENCPC intends to apply part of this grant to eligible payments under the contract for consultancy firm services for “Independent external review of financial statements”. 3. The objective of the independent external review of the financial statements is to enable the practitioner to state whether on the basis of procedures which do not provide all the evidence that would be required in an audit, anything has come to the practitioner’s attention that causes the practitioner to believe that the financial statements are not prepared in all material respects in accordance with the applicable financial reporting framework (negative assurance). 4. The ENCPC invites consulting firms to indicate their interest in providing the services. Interested firms must provide a statement of capability and experience indicating that they are qualified to perform the services description of similar assignments and experiences, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). 5. A short list of six consulting firms will be compiled in accordance with the procedures set out in the African Development Bank’s Rules and Procedures for the Use of Consultants, dated May 2008 and revised July 2012, using Least-Cost Selection (LCS) 6. Interested consultants may obtain further information through the contacts provided below from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm (except Fridays and Saturdays). 7. Written EOIs must be marked “Expression of Interest to review the financial statement for 3 years for Project “Green Growth: Industrial Waste Management and SME Entrepreneurship Hub in Egypt”. and delivered in hard copy to the address below by 17:00 hour on 19th of August 2015 Egypt National Cleaner Production Center Attn: Director of the Egypt National Cleaner Production Center 26-A Sherif Street, Downtown - Cairo, Egypt, Tel/Fax: (+202) 2391 6154 – (+202) 2392 5984 Email: encpc.mti@gmail.com

EOI - Egypt - Consultancy Services - Legal and Financial Advisor for 200 MW Wind Farm Project in the Gulf of Suez – 05 2015

 | Published May 8, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTANCY SERVICES) Arab Republic of Egypt Legal and Financial Advisor for 200 MW Wind Farm Project in the Gulf of Suez Energy/Power The New and Renewable Energy Authority (NREA) has received funding from the Clean Technology Fund (CTF) through the African Development Bank toward the cost of preparation activities and capacity building related to the development of a 200 MW Wind Farm in the Gulf of Suez, Egypt (Project), and intends to allocate part of the agreed funding to the services of a Legal and Financial Advisor for the Project. The Wind Project is intended to be developed by a joint-stock company (Project SPV) to be incorporated in Egypt. The SPV shareholders will comprise NREA in addition to private sector entities. The required consultancy services relate to ensuring that the Project SPV is successfully established by advising in the related negotiations with the private sector shareholders. The Legal and Financial Advisor will be tasked to develop, review and finalize key documents related to establishing the SPV, such as the SPV Agreement, SPV Shareholders Agreement, other related Agreements and annexes, and any and all associated legal and regulatory texts and documents required by applicable Egyptian laws. This is to ensure that the SPV Agreements reflect international best practices in the context of Egyptian laws. The Advisor will also be required to assess the financial implications of the SPV’s proposed shareholding structures and advise NREA on how best to optimize the Project SPV’s financial structure and operation. NREA now invites eligible consultants to indicate their interest in providing the services. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). Experience in the legal and regulatory issues and structuring of PPPs in infrastructure projects, especially in the energy sector, with complete understanding and experience in the Egyptian legal system is required. Consultants may constitute joint-ventures to enhance their capabilities and qualifications. 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”, May 2008 Edition, Revised July 2012, which is available on the Bank’s website at http://www.afdb.org. NREA is under no obligation to shortlist any consultant who expresses interest. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours 0830 to 1500. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by 24/5/ 2015 at 1200 hours Cairo time and mention “Legal and Financial Advisor for 200 MW Wind Farm Project in the Gulf of Suez – Expression of Interest”. Attn: New and Renewable Energy Authority (NREA) Vice Chairman for Studies, Research and Technical Affairs. Dr. Ibrahim Aboulnaga St., Ext. of Abbas El-Akkad St., Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt. Tel: (+202) 2272 5891/2/3 (ext. 237) Facsimile (fax): (+202) 2271 7173 e-mail: nre1@idsc.net.eg

Egypt: Cairo Metro - Financial and Operational Performance Improvement and Corporate Development Programme (FOPIP)

 | Published February 16, 2017  -  Deadline March 16, 2017
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Executing Agency (Client):
Egyptian Company for Metro Management and Operations (“ECM”), Cairo. 

Client Contact Person:
Khalid Mohammed Sabra
Managing Director for Maintenance & Operation
Egyptian Company for Metro Management and Operations (ECM)
Ramsis Complex Ramsis Square
Cairo 11522, Egypt
Tel: +201200009870
Email: khalid.sabra@cairometro.gov.eg

EBRD Contact Person:
Larissa Gosling
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
One Exchange Square
London EC2A 2JN
Tel: + 44 20 7338 6338
E-mail: GoslingL@ebrd.com

Project Description: The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the “EBRD” or the “Bank”) has provided a loan to the National Authority for Tunnels (“NAT” or the “Client”) to assist with the financing of the acquisition of 13 trainsets (the “Project”).

The Project will allow NAT to secure financing required to address Cairo’s urgent infrastructure needs, improve the metro’s level of services and contribute to decreasing the carbon emission profile of the sector. Designed to include gender and inclusion elements, it will create a more amenable mobility environment where the accessibility of women to jobs and services can be greatly improved and on-site training opportunities for unemployed young people expanded.

The Metro network in Cairo is owned by NAT and operated by the Egyptian Company for Metro Management and Operations (“ECM”). The Greater Cairo Transport Regulatory Authority (“GCTRA”) was established in 2012 with responsibility for planning and operation of all public transport modes within the Greater Cairo region to follow demand and urban planning goals, and to determine fare policy and subsidies in line with government overall policy. The GCTRA is housed under the Ministry of Transport and guided by representatives of the three governorates of Greater Cairo, MHUUD, the Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of Local development. Its staffing is currently being expanded.

The ECM is a joint stock company established in 1997 with the purpose of management and operation, and maintenance of Metro lines including its buildings, rolling stock assets, and associated equipment and machines or related workshops, central controlling stations as well as power stations.

Previous agreements with Egyptian National Railway provided for an annual concession annual fee of LE 32 million, later amended in 2009 to 25% of metro operating annual income. However, the allocation of the concession fee was stopped since the opening of Line 3 metro due to the increased operating costs without commensurate revenue income.

Following the transfer of metro lines assets & liabilities to NAT, there is a need to define the operation arrangement with ECM in the form of a public service contract to provide for the sustainable future operation of Cairo Metro.

A diagnosis of technical, financial, management, institutional conditions of ECM has been performed in the Strategic Business Plan and Financial Modelling Study for Cairo Metro Company performed in 2014 under funding from the AfD and which inform initial diagnosis tasks under this assignment.

Assignment Description: The overall objectives of the assignment are to:

-Provide assistance to the Company in developing and implementing a comprehensive Financial and Operational Performance Improvement Programme (“FOPIP”) focusing on:

  • Providing sound and detailed diagnosis of the technical, financial, management and institutional operating conditions of the Company;
  • Developing compensation formulae and indexes, which balance the need to cover operating costs and maintain level of service whilst providing incentive for improved cost efficiency and accountability;
  • Improving the cost efficiency of the Company;
  • Ensuring suitable provision for periodic review of the contract terms and conditions, based on improved data performance and evolving operating conditions, fleet and systems characteristics and network extensions;
  • Identify staffing and associated training needs of the Company for the expected increased operations and assist them in the recruitment process,

- Develop a medium to long term (5 year) Corporate Development Plan (“CDP”), including capital budgets, tariff projections and Staffing Plan,
- Review the potential for private sector participation in the Company’s non-core activities, such as cleaning and security services,
- Ensuring the required operating and accounting systems are established to allow for proper monitoring and evaluation of performance indicators under the PSC. In that respect, the Consultant will cooperate with the consultant hired under the PSC preparation technical assistance assignment in respect of all of the above.

Please check the TERMS OF REFERENCE for further details.

Status of Selection Process: Interested firms or group of firms are hereby invited to submit expressions of interest.

Assignment Start Date and Duration: The Assignment is expected to start in Q2 2017 and has an estimated overall duration of 18 months.

Cost Estimate for the Assignment: EUR 250,000 (exclusive of VAT).The Consultant must determine whether any indirect taxes/VAT are chargeable on the proposed services and state the basis for such. If any indirect taxes/VAT are payable, the Client will have to pay indirect taxes/VAT element to the services directly to the Consultant unless otherwise agreed.

Funding Source: EBRD Shareholder Special Fund.

Eligibility: There are no eligibility restrictions.

Consultant Profile: Corporate services are required. The Consultant should have extensive previous project experience in providing services for similar assignments, in particular Financial and Operational Performance Improvement and Corporate Development Programmes in the public transport sector and with relevant experience in the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean region or in similar environments. The Consultant should ensure that the appropriately qualified experts are available, as required, for each of the different tasks outlined above. It is expected that the assignment will be led by an appropriately qualified manager with experience in the urban transport sector and in implementing the key areas of this assignment, accompanied by both key and supporting experts.

The Consultant must set up clear communication lines with the beneficiaries, so that they are able to draw on the support of the Consultant as required. The Consultant is required to provide the beneficiaries with independent, impartial, technical, cost, strategic, management and financial advice, and as such will not be permitted to have a commercial interest in any other contracts or agreements for the Project.

The Consultant's Team would likely comprise the following Key experts and some individuals may fulfil more than one role:

1. Project manager;
2. Technical experts in metros, fleet management systems and metro depot rehabilitation and related services;
3. Financial and Operational Specialist(s);
4. Environmental and Social Specialist(s);
5. Local support staff.

It is anticipated that the Consultant’s team shall include the following expertise:

a) Preferably 7 years of professional experience in similar positions as the ones nominated in the contract,
b) Chartered accountant or similar certification,
c) Good knowledge of the Egyptian accounting and finance legislation,
d) Arabic speaking support staff would be required. 
e) The needed IT skills to enable them to perform the proposed role.

Submission Requirements: In order to determine the capability and experience of Consultants seeking to be selected, the information submitted should include the following:

1. Company/group of firms’ profile, organisation and staffing (max. 2-4 pages).

2. Details of previous project experience or similar assignments particularly undertaken in the previous five years, including information on contract value, contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided (if different from duration) , main activities, objectives.

3. CVs of key experts who could carry out the Assignment detailing qualifications, experience in similar assignments, particularly assignments undertaken in the previous five years, including information on contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided, assignment budget, main activities, objectives.

4. Completed Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet, the template for which is available from the following web-link:

http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc.

The expression of interest shall not exceed 25 pages (excluding CVs Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet).

The complete expression of interest (including CVs, Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet) should be submitted, in English via email (pdf) to the Client’s contact person, to reach the Client not later than the closing date. One additional copy shall reach the Bank’s contact person by the same due date. The expression of interest shall be one file (pdf). The Client reserves the right to reject applications of firms submitting more than one file. Only if any limitation on the permissible file size is exceeded, the Consultant may split the expression of interest into further files.

Important Notes:

1. The selection will normally be made from responses to this notification only. Consultants will not be asked to submit a proposal. The highest-ranked Consultant will be selected from a shortlist and be invited to negotiate the contract, subject to availability of funding.

2. The shortlist criteria are as follows:

(a) Firm’s previous project experience in delivering similar services to Financial and Operational Performance Improvement and Corporate Development Programmes in the public transport sector (40%);
(b) Firm’s relevant experience in the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean region or in similar environments (20%);
(c) CV of Project Manager (20%);
(d) CVs of the other Key Experts proposed (20%).

3. It is expected that the following procurement opportunities in relation to EBRD investment in Cairo Metro will be published:
• TCS ID 49562 Scoping Study, Sustainable Urban Transport for the Ministry of Transport of Egypt
• TCS ID 49555  Institutional Strengthening for Greater Cairo Transport Authority

Interested Consultants may apply for all assignments but can be awarded only one contract in relation to the EBRD investment in Cairo Metro.

Consultants who wubmitted proposals for the following procurement opportunity may apply but will be awarded only one Project in relation to the EBRD investment in Cairo Metro.
• TCS ID 49554 Environmental, Health & Safety and Social Capacity Building for Egyptian Company for Metro Management and Operations

 

EOI – Egypt - Consultancy Firm - Independent External Review of the Actuarial Study Project’s financial statements - Update of Actuarial Modelling Study for the Implementation of the National Social Health Insurance System

 | Published June 12, 2017
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EOI – Egypt - Consultancy Firm - Independent External Review of the Actuarial Study Project’s financial statements - Update of Actuarial Modelling Study for the Implementation of the National Social Health Insurance System

ENPI — Establish leadership development programmes (LDPs) for the HCWW and developing financial strategy — funded under the WSRP-2 (EU)

Den Europæiske Union | Published March 25, 2014
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ENPI — Establish leadership development programmes (LDPs) for the HCWW and developing financial strategy — funded under the WSRP-2 (EU)

EOI - Egypt - Consultancy Firm - Independent External Review of INP Project Financial Statements

 | Published November 28, 2016
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Airing of a number of Public Service Announcements on Female Genital Mutilation in Egypt

United Nations Population Fund | Published November 23, 2014  -  Deadline November 30, 2014
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UNFPA, United Nations Population Fund, an international development agency, is seeking qualified offers for the above-mentioned service. Your company is kindly invited to submit your best technical and financial offer for Airing a number of Public Service Announcements on Female Genital Mutilation in Egypt. Your bid could form the basis for a contract between your firm/institution and the UNFPA.

Consultancy Service Situation Analysis on SBCC (Social Behavior Change Communication) in Assiut and Sohag with Special Focus on M-Health Intervention

United Nations Population Fund | Published September 14, 2014  -  Deadline September 15, 2014
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UNFPA, United Nations Population Fund, an international development agency, is seeking qualified offers for the above-mentioned services. Your company is kindly invited to submit your best technical and financial offer for the requested services. Your bid could form the basis for a contract between your firm/institution and the UNFPA. To enable you to submit a bid, please read the following attached documents carefully: Instructions to Bidders Annex I Terms of Reference (ToR) Annex II Bid Submission Form Annex III Bidders Identification Form Annex IV Format of Bidder’s Previous Experience and Clients Annex V Technical Bid Annex VI Price Schedule Form Annex VII UNFPA General Terms and Conditions Annex VIII The technical bid containing the technical information shall be submitted separately from the financial bid. The bid shall reach UNFPA’s reception no later than (August 31, 2014 at midnight). Bids received after the stipulated date and time shall not be accepted under any circumstances. Any questions relating to the attached documents shall be addressed in writing following the instructions included in Annex I-Instructions to Bidders, 4 Clarifications of Solicitation Documents Do not submit your bid to the contact there indicated, or your bid will be disqualified. This letter is not to be construed in any way as an offer to contract with your firm/institution.

Inclusive Regulations for Microfinance - P149677

Egyptian Financial Supervisory Authority EFSA | Published August 1, 2016  -  Deadline August 15, 2016
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Mis Software Development And Implementation For Efsa Egyptian FinancialSupervisory Authority EFSA Invitationfor Expression of Interest for the Design and Implementation of the "EFSAMicrofinance Information & Reporting System" Egypt Inclusive Regulations forMicrofinance Grant No.: P149677 Assignment Title: MIS Software Development and Implementation for EFSA Reference No. 2 Procurement Plan for Goods/Non-Consulting Services The Egyptian Financial Supervisory Authority- EFSA has received a grant from the World Bank toward the project of theInclusive Regulations for Microfinance, and intends to apply part of the proceeds for the services of design and implementation ofMIS software forthe Microfinance sector. The services include the design and development of an MIS software that respondsto EFSA's supervisory and monitoring mandate. More specifically, the software shall assist theMicrofinance Central Department (in charge of supervising all microfinance companies) and the Microfinance NGOs Supervisory Unit(in charge of supervising all microfinance NGOs) with the following: ? Compilation and regular updating of the basic institutional data required from alllicensed Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) Compilation, review, and analysis of the periodic regulatory reports and financial statements required from alllicensed MFIsaccording to Microfinance Law 141/2014. ? Compilation of all additional documents and information required by theregulations. ? Archiving of all relevant data, reports, and information provided by the MFI orcompiled by EFSA under the MFI's profile. ? Generation of a variety of analytical performance reports. EFSA now invites eligible firms to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested firms should provideinformation demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. Theshortlisting criteria are: ? At least 5 years of experience in design, development, and implementation of acomputerized and web-enabled MIS system. ? The firm has to be a partner with ORACLE (at least a Golden Partner) withexperience inthis area. ? A record of accomplishments in the design and implementation of an MIS systemin similar assignments (microfinance or with other financial services providers) ? A team of professional technical experts that are adequately qualified and experienced indesign, development, operationalization, data analysis, and capacity building for similar assignments. The attention of interested firms is drawn to paragraph1.9 of the World Bank'sGuidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits &Grants] by World Bank Borrowers January 2011 revised July 2014 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict ofinterest. Firms may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub consultancy to enhance theirqualifications. Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours [0900 to 1600 hours]. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form by hand or mail courier service to the address below notlater than Monday 15 August 2016. Mr. Gamal Khalifa Head of Microfinance Egyptian Financial Supervisory AuthorityEFSA 20 Emad Eldin Street, 2nd Floor Zip Code 11111 Cairo, Egypt Phone/Fax +(202)257 97 368 Email Address:gamal.khalifa@efsa.gov.eg

Egypt: Ministry of Finance - PPP Unit Support

 | Published January 25, 2017  -  Deadline February 22, 2017
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Executing Agency (Client):
Public Private Partnership Central Unit
Ministry of Finance Towers, Tower 2
Extension of Ramsis Street
Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt

Client Contact Person:
Mr Atter E. Hannoura, Director
PPP Central Unit
Ministry Of Finance – Egypt
Tel:+202 23421283
Fax:+202 23421303
Cell: (+20) 12 2316-9707
E-mail: atter@mof.gov.eg

The EBRD Contact Person:
Sophie Medert
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
One Exchange Square
London EC2A 2JN, United Kingdom
Tel: + 44 20 7338 7371
Fax: +44 20 7338 7451
E-mail: MedertS@ebrd.com

Project Description: Municipal services in Egypt all face urgent demands for investment to provide better access and improved quality. Key challenges exist in upgrading and decentralising the municipal infrastructure sector. As a result, Egypt’s largest cities suffer from severe congestion and air pollution problems and large investment gaps exist in mass transit systems, bus operations and river transportation services. Low sanitation coverage, particular in rural areas, in combination with deficiencies in wastewater treatment, results in severe water quality problems. Insufficient managerial and financial autonomy, very low tariffs, lack of incentives to improve performance, and continued overstaffing also lead to a poor financial situation of most utility companies. In addition to that, the regulatory and legal organisation of the sector shows weaknesses hampering new investments and the efficient provision of services.

To tackle such problems, authorities have shown an increasing interest in pursuing partnerships with the private sector to fund infrastructure projects. In 2006, the Ministry of Finance created a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Unit and adopted a PPP programme, aimed to allow for and promote the retraction of the government’s role in the economy and pave the way towards a market economy in which the private sector is an active participant.

Nevertheless, further challenges remain in the planning and implementation of PPP structures, especially in the municipal infrastructure sector. Best practice precedencies through the implementation of pilot projects have not yet been established, key impediments such as the public perception of PPPs as privatisation and the resistance to change pose further challenges to the agenda. Hence, the PPP Unit - responsible for establishing the national PPP policy framework for implementation, manage PPP transactions and provide technical and advisory support as well as ensure compliance with legislative framework - encounters significant obstacles and a high workload burden. 

The Egyptian Ministry of Finance has requested the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the “EBRD” or the “Bank”) to support the PPP Unit in designing, structuring and implementing PPP projects in the municipal infrastructure sector, and develop an action plan to overcome obstacles and key impediments. This will notably include the coordination of the PPP programme and process across the involved Ministries, private sector, and financial market (the “assignment”).

Assignment Description: The PPP Unit is seeking the support of experts (the “Consultant”) to identify and prepare projects where PPPs can be fostered. These services would be mainly focussed on technical, financial, legal and social/environmental advice to support the PPP Unit in in the municipal infrastructure sector.

The objectives of supporting the PPP Unit are to: (i) set PPP methodologies and guidelines in line with the local legislation; and (ii) promote sub-sovereign financial solutions and proactively engage with both the PPP Unit and private sector participants to identify opportunities for future PPP investments as well as to assist the PPP Unit in designing, structuring and implementing sound projects.

The main outcome of the assignment is to support the PPP Unit to build sufficient and sustainable capacity in order to help achieve the aforementioned objectives.

The Consultant will operate within the PPP Unit (currently staffed with 9 people), deliver active support and work with relevant staff members of the PPP Unit to enable the transfer of skills and knowledge. Specifically, one of the roles of the Consultant is to assist the PPP Unit in developing and promoting PPP structures in the municipal infrastructure sector to achieve increased efficiencies, including operational and financial sustainability and an improved quality of service.

The selected Consultant is expected to provide the following services:

1. assist the PPP Unit in preparing and assessing technical, financial, legal and social/environmental due diligence
2. train key staff
3. assist the PPP Unit to launch and manage the Private Sector Participation tenders.

Status of Selection Process: Interested firms or group of firms are hereby invited to submit expressions of interest.

Assignment Start Date and Duration: The Assignment is expected to start in mid-2017 and has an estimated overall duration of 36 months. However due to the sensitive nature of the assignment, please note that the winning consultant will be contracted for the first 18 months and that an extension up to the remainder of 18 months will be subject to satisfactory service provisions and approval by the Client.

Cost Estimate for the Assignment: USD 2,270,000.00 for 36 months (exclusive of VAT).
The Consultant must determine whether any indirect taxes/VAT are chargeable on the proposed services and state the basis for such. If any indirect taxes/VAT are payable, the Client will have to pay indirect taxes/VAT element to the services directly to the Consultant unless otherwise agreed.

Funding Source: It is anticipated that the contract will be financed by MENA Transition Fund. Selection and contracting is subject to the availability of funding.

Eligibility: There are no eligibility restrictions

Consultant Profile: Corporate services are required. The Consultant will be a firm, or a group of firms, or a consortium of individuals, with preferably previous project experience related to:

• PPP project preparation in the MENA region;
• Municipal infrastructure investment projects – including working with governments

The expected team should be comprised of at least three key experts with the following experience/expertise, who will be supported by short term experts as needed:

1. Key Expert – Senior PPP Expert
 One of the main tasks for the Senior PPP Expert will be to provide assistance to Head of PPP Unit. This will include support in preparing standard PPP guidelines and methodologies, including project documents, contracts and PPP policies. In addition, the PPP expert will be responsible structuring and preparing concrete projects. The Expert will support and organise the technical parts of tender and contract documentation as well as technical training for key staff of the PPP Unit. Therefore,  the expert should have:
- Previous professional experience in multi-disciplined PPPs (preferably 8 years);
- Previous professional experience in compiling/structuring PPP policies and project documents / contracts (preferably 8 years);
- Previous professional experience in compiling/structuring tender documents (preferably 5 years);
- Previous professional experience in the MENA region.

2. Key Expert – Senior Financial Expert
 This expert will be responsible for the financial analysis and structuring of the municipal infrastructure PPP projects. This includes the set-up and/or detailed evaluation of financial models to ensure that the results are reliable, accurate, complete and consistent and that the projects make financial sense. The expert should have:
- Previous professional experience in financial modelling for international municipal infrastructure PPP projects (preferably 8 years);
- Excellent knowledge of requirements of local legislation concerning financial and accounting issues (preferably 5 years of previous professional experience);
- Previous professional experience in the MENA Region.

3. Key Expert – Legal Expert
 The Legal Expert will lead on legal matters and documentation of the transaction. This Expert will also define, prepare and organise the process of project tenders. The expert should have:
- Previous professional experience of preferably 8 + years of practice in PPP/concessions;
- Extensive legal and procurement expertise in privately financed large infrastructure projects;
- Extensive previous professional experience in Egypt.

Other Team Members: It is anticipated that the Consultant’s team shall include the following short-term support as required in other disciplines:
- Water and Urban Transport Experts;
Financial Expertise;
- Technical Expertise;
- Legal Expertise, particularly in Egypt;
- Environmental, Health & Safety and Social experts;
- Procurement and Contracting Specialists.

The Consultant’s expert team should demonstrate access to the following skills and expertise:
- Design and project management experience gained in countries with conditions similar to Egypt;
- Construction and supply experience gained in countries with conditions similar to Egypt;
- experience in (i) planning and design activities; (ii) assistance with planning and design activities; (iii) project management; (iv) project management assistance and corporate development; (v) engineering; (vi) procurement of goods, works and services;
- a good knowledge of requirements of local legislation concerning procurement, concessions, construction, financial and accounting issues.

Submission Requirements: In order to determine the capability and experience of Consultants to be shortlisted, the information submitted should include the following:

1. Company/group of firms’ profile, organisation and staffing (max. 2-4 pages).

2. Details of previous project experience or similar assignments particularly undertaken in the previous five years, including information on contract value, contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided (if different from duration) , main activities, objectives.

3. CVs of key experts who could carry out the Assignment detailing qualifications, experience in similar assignments, particularly assignments undertaken in the previous five years, including information on contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided, assignment budget, main activities, objectives.

4. Completed Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet, the template for which is available from the following web-link:

http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc.

The expression of interest shall not exceed 25 pages (excluding CVs Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet).

The complete expression of interest (including CVs, Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet) should be submitted, in English via email (pdf) to the Client’s contact person, to reach the Client not later than the closing date. One additional electronic copy (via email and pdf) shall reach the Bank’s contact person by the same due date. The expression of interest shall be one file (pdf). The Client reserves the right to reject applications of firms submitting more than one file. Only if any limitation on the permissible file size is exceeded, the Consultant may split the expression of interest into further files.

Important Notes:

1. Following this invitation for expressions of interest, a shortlist of qualified firms will be formally invited to submit proposals. Consultant selection and contracting will be subject to availability of funding.

2. The shortlist criteria are as follows:

(a) Firm/Consortium’s structure and demonstration of working of programmes of a similar scale in municipal infrastructure investment projects (20%);
(b) Firm’s previous project experience in PPP project preparation in the MENA region (35%);
(c) CV of Key Expert No 1, 2 and 3 (45%).

3. The lead consultant, its consortium members, sub-consultants and all experts involved in implementing the “Egypt: Advisory Services For PPP Tender Preparation” assignment will not be eligible to participate in this selection.

Egyptian Electricity Holding Company - IFRS Adoption

 | Published November 24, 2014  -  Deadline December 19, 2014
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The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development ("EBRD") has signed a sovereign loan of USD 190 million to the Arab Republic of Egypt, to be on-lent to the state-owned Egyptian Electricity Holding Company ("EEHC") and East Delta Electricity Production Company ("EDEPC"), an electricity generation company incorporated in Egypt and a wholly owned subsidiary of EEHC. The proceeds of the loan will be used to fund the conversion of EDEPC's two existing open cycle power plants to combined cycle gas turbines ("CCGTs"): (i) the 500 MW Damietta West plant and (ii) the 1,000 MW El Shabab plant (the "Project"). EEHC and its subsidiaries (jointly, the "EEHC Group") currently prepare their audited financial accounts in accordance with Egyptian GAAP on an unconsolidated basis. They are audited by the Egyptian Central Auditing Organisation ("CAO"), the state body responsible for auditing state-owned companies. In connection with the Project, EEHC now intends to engage a consultant (the "Consultant") to start preparing its consolidated, audited financial statements in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards ("IFRS") (the "Assignment"). The main objectives of the Assignment shall be: - to identify and resolve the structural and organisational challenges posed by the adoption of IFRS and the move from unconsolidated to consolidated reporting; and - to restate the accounts of the EEHC Group in accordance with IFRS for the two fiscal years preceding the fiscal year in which IFRS is adopted, including preparing detailed notes. The Assignment will consist of the following key tasks: - Task 1 – review and analysis: The Consultant shall prepare a diagnostic study analysing (a) the differences between Egyptian accounting standards currently applied in the financial statements of the EEHC Group and IFRS standards; and (b) the EEHC Group's current arrangements for financial reporting - Task 2 – roadmap: based on the diagnostic study, the Consultant will prepare a comprehensive set of recommendations setting out a roadmap for the EEHC Group to adopt IFRS standards on a consolidated basis, covering both technical and operational aspects - Task 3 – training: following approval by EEHC of the IFRS roadmap, the Consultant will prepare a comprehensive training package describing the elements of the roadmap, explaining IFRS and the key differences from Egyptian GAAP and detailing how to implement IFRS -Task 4 – technical support: the Consultant shall provide ongoing technical support to the EEHC Group in implementing consolidated IFRS accounting, including the preparation of such annual statements for the first time and the restatement of the EEHC Group's accounts in accordance with IFRS for the preceding two years. Furthermore, an independent team within the corporate structure of the Consultant shall review EEHC's annual consolidated financial statements for financial year 2014 and financial year 2015 and confirm, for quality assurances purposes, that these accounts have been restated (including detailed notes) in accordance with IFRS. Assignment Start Date and Duration: The Assignment will have a total duration of 36 months and is expected to commence on 1 June 2015. Cost Estimate for the Assignment: USD 2,000,000; Exclusive of VAT. The Consultant must determine whether any indirect taxes/VAT are chargeable on the proposed services and state the basis for such determination in the response to the Notice. If any indirect taxes/VAT are payable, the client will have to pay indirect taxes/VAT element to the services directly to the Consultant unless otherwise agreed. Funding Source: It is anticipated that the contract will be financed from the following funding sources: USD 1.4 million from the EBRD Shareholder Special Fund and USD 0.6 million from Southern and Eastern Mediterranean Multi Donor Fund. Contracting will be subject to the availability of funding. Eligibility: There are no eligibility restrictions. Consultant Profile: Corporate services are required. The Consultant shall be a full member of the International Federation of Accountants ("IFAC") Forum of Firms (including their affiliates): either as lead firm, consortium member or sub-contractor. Consultants not meeting this requirement will not be considered further. The Consultant will be a firm or group of firms with preferably: a) previous project experience in corporate IFRS audit; b) previous experience in IFRS related training; c) previous experience of the Egyptian corporate environment, preferably involving the power sector. The Consultant's team should include the following experts: (a) Project Manager with experience in IFRS audit and IFRS training; (b) Accounting expert(s) for audit related tasks with experience in IFRS audit; (c) Training expert(s) for IFRS training and IT/accounting systems related tasks with relevant experience in training and IT. All members of the Consultant’s team shall be fluent in English. Fluency in Arabic will be considered an advantage. It is recommended that a part of the consultancy input is carried out by local consultants. Submission Requirements: Interested firms are hereby invited to submit expressions of interest. In order to determine the capability and experience of consulting firms seeking to be shortlisted, the information submitted should include the following: - company profile, organisation and staffing; - details of experience or similar assignments undertaken in the previous five years, including their locations; - CVs of staff who could be available to work on the assignment. The expression of interest must be accompanied by a completed Contact Sheet and Consultant Declaration, the template for which is available from the following web-link: http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc The above information should not exceed 25 pages excluding CVs, Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet. The expression of interest, in English, shall be submitted to the EBRD's client EEHC by email marked "EXPRESSION OF INTEREST for EEHC IFRS Adoption", to reach EEHC not later than the closing date and time set out above. One further electronic copy in English should be submitted to the EBRD’s contact person by the same due date. Note 1: Following this Invitation for Expression of Interest, a shortlist of qualified firms will be formally invited to submit proposals. Shortlisting and selection will be subject to the availability of funding. Note 2: The Consultant shall note the minimum application criteria as set out in section Consultant Profile. The Consultant shall be a full member of the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) Forum of Firms (including their affiliates): either as lead firm, consortium member or sub-contractor. Consultants not meeting this requirement will not be considered further. Note 3: The evaluation criteria are as follows: - previous project experience in corporate IFRS audit (30%) - previous experience in IFRS related training (20%) - previous experience of the Egyptian corporate environment, preferably involving the power sector (20%) - experience of the key experts: (Project Manager (10%): Accounting expert(s) (10%): Training expert(s) (10%)

Pre-Final Evaluation for Energy Efficiency Project

UNDP Country Office - EGYPT | Published March 21, 2017  -  Deadline April 4, 2017
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UNDP/GEF Improving the Energy Efficiency of Lighting and other Building Appliances ProjectPre-final EvaluationBackground:The UNDP-GEF project, ‘Improving the Energy Efficiency of Lighting and other Building Appliances’, is a GEF-funded project executed by the Egyptian Electricity Holding Company. The project started in 2011 and should be closed end of 2017.The objective of the project is to facilitate a comprehensive transformation of the Egyptian market towards the use of more energy efficient lighting systems and electrical appliances at a level where cost-efficiency is proven. This is envisaged to be achieved through the combination of regulatory tools such as minimum energy performance standards (MEPS) and information labels, enhanced public awareness, capacity building and attractive financing mechanisms. The project is working to strengthen the regulatory and institutional framework, develop monitoring and enforcement mechanisms, and provide training to public authorities and other relevant stakeholders. It will explore and test different financial incentives complemented by extensive public outreach campaignsObjective: As the project is approaching its end, the project is preparing for the final evaluation. In order to facilitate this as well as to offer for the project management an opportunity to complete any pending tasks and to address any eventual shortcomings before the finalization of the project, the project is looking for consultancy services to conduct a pre-final evaluation of the project activities and its stated outcomes and outputs. Scope of the Requested ServiceThe consultant is expected to accomplish the following tasks:Review of the status of the project activities and the outcomes related to that vs. the objectives of each of the three main components of the project (as reviewed last time as a part of the mid term review) and the best international practices and lessons learnt;Review of the effectiveness of the project implementation (Implementation Progress and Development Objectives) and the use of its financial resources, including adaptive management applied for the revision of the project implementation mechanisms and other actions to overcome the obstacles identified during the implementation of the project, taking into account, among others, the recommendations of the mid-term review; and , recommend the possibility of reallocation of resources according to priorities.Review the current monitoring procedures and methodologies in place, including the ones used to measure the actual energy savings and GHG reduction that can be attributed to the project activities and provide advise for their further development and implementation for each project component to meet the final evaluation needs in terms of assessing the achieved energy savings and GHG emission reduction; On basis of the above, review the suggested activities for the potential final project extension and provide recommendations on any changes needed, including the finalization of a concrete action plan to address the eventual pending needs or possible corrective action; andIdentify and provide recommendations on any follow-up activities, for which support could be requested after the end of the project.Recommend on how to develop an attractive financial mechanism and how to make full use of the available financial mechanism through the loan guarantee or any other financial scheme. Identify opportunities for sustainability beyond the project end through a follow up project.Methodology of Work The work is expected to be carried by one international consultant, The methodology of work will consist of desk review of relevant project documentation (the key documents to be selected by PMU and evaluators from the long list provided by the PMU) and direct consultations with the project management and other key local stakeholders during a 5 day visit (including travel days) in Cairo in late April or early May 2017, allowing at least 4 full working days for the required meetings with the PMU and other key local stakeholders.The overall duration of the tasks covered by this ToR have been estimated at 15 days including a mission to Cairo and related desk-work to pre-review the required key project documentation and to finalize the reporting.Expected OutputsAn evaluation report covering; an associated power point presentation (the latter to be delivered and discussed with the project management in the end of the mission) summarizing the findings of the evaluation and the proposed follow-up actions; and finalization of the joint report.The content of the final report is expected to follow the structure below:Executive summaryIntroduction, including description of the work conductedFindings and conclusionsRecommendations, including, as applicable, a revised work plan for 2007 to address the pending tasks and eventual corrective action as well as an improved system for measuring the impact of the project in terms of achieved energy savings and GHG emission reductionAn annex providing a brief summary of the key documents reviewed and persons interviewed with the description of the key content / conclusions drawn.A two page summary describing the story of market transformation to efficient lighting in EgyptThe draft final report should be submitted not later than two weeks after the end of the on-site mission and the final report within one week from receiving the comments of the PMU and UNDP on the draft report.Requested QualificationsAdvanced university degree in an energy related disciplineMore than 10 years of working experience in the area of energy efficiency with a good knowledge of the state of the art approaches and international best practices;Prior evaluation experience of similar projects in GEF and UNDP programme countries and familiarity with the specific GEF monitoring and evaluation requirements; Previous work experience in the Middle East is an assetFluency in English.

Alexbank - SME Workshops and Trainings

 | Published April 24, 2017  -  Deadline May 25, 2017
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Project Description: Alexbank ("AXB" or the "Client") is the 9th largest bank in Egypt by asset size and the 6th largest private bank. The Client has a market share of approximately 1.9%, 3.1% and 2.0% by asset, lending and deposit respectively at the end of 2015. AXB has one of the largest branch networks among commercial banks in Egypt. Intesa SanPaolo (“ISP”) has 70.25% of AXB’s shares, 20% was retained by the Egyptian government and 9.75% are held by IFC since 2009.

Access to finance remains a key issue in Egypt and has been made a top priority for the Government of Egypt. Currently, loans to SMEs account for only c.6% of the total loan portfolio of Egyptian banks. Some of the principal constraints for SME lending are the lack of MSME transparency and poor credit information, which is partially due to lack of financial literacy of SMEs.

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development’s (the "EBRD" or the "Bank") senior unsecured loan of up to USD 50 million to AXB will increase funding available to Egyptian SMEs, which are currently under-served by the local banking sector. AXB has identified SME lending as an important pillar of its recently approved growth strategy. The loan will assist AXB develop its SME lending activities and expand access to finance for SMEs.

Assignment Description: The EBRD intends to provide technical assistance to selected SMEs to improve their ability to receive financing by providing training to improve the quality of their loan applications, financial skills and general business know-how, among others (the “Assignment”).

The overall objective of the Assignment is to engage the services of a consultant (the “Consultant”) to conduct workshops or trainings to support AXB’s existing and potential SME clients in accessing know-how in several relevant business areas. The objective of the workshops or trainings is to equip the SMEs non-financial managers/owners with the necessary skills (basic financial management, organisational, operations, quality management and marketing skills) to make better business decisions.

Understanding financial information and its implications on the business operations will allow the managers/owners to make better decisions and improve the quality of their loan applications and therefore increasing their chances of accessing finance.

The Consultant(s) shall perform the following tasks:

Know-How of SMEs
Develop, prepare and conduct a series of interactive workshops in cooperation with AXB for the bank’s SME clients or potential clients on topics of interest and relevant for their growth to the target group.

The topics of the workshops shall include, but not limited to, the following areas:

Financial management
• Marketing
• Organisational skills
• Corporate Governance
• Technology, payment and solutions
• Quality management
• Environment
• Digital economy and alternative distribution channels

Based on the required outcomes and deliverables, the Consultant shall customize the content of the training program to fit the selected SMEs’ backgrounds as well as prepare the supporting material accordingly. The training material will be tailored for an audience with limited knowledge of Finance and accounting.

The trainings/workshops will be delivered in the form of interactive two-day training sessions for each group. An agenda will be designed for each specific topic in collaboration with AXB. All training materials will be provided in Arabic.

Assignment Start Date and Duration: The Assignment is expected to start in July 2017 and have an estimated overall duration of eighteen (18) months.

Maximum Cost Estimate for the Assignment: EUR 150,000.00 (exclusive of VAT)
The Consultant must determine whether any indirect taxes/VAT are chargeable on the proposed services and state the basis for such. If any indirect taxes/VAT are payable, the EBRD’s Client will have to pay indirect taxes/VAT element to the services directly to the Consultant unless otherwise agreed.

Funding Source: It is anticipated that the Assignment will be financed by the EBRD Shareholder Special Fund. Selection and contracting is subject to the availability of funding.

Eligibility: There are no eligibility restrictions

Consultant Profile: Corporate services are required. Consultant will be a firm or a group of firms with preferably previous project experience related to:

1.  Business planning, financial support, coaching and mentoring, and/or related training in Egypt.

2. Experience in SME lending and managing similar assignments in Egypt and/or the North Africa region. Knowledge of the Egyptian banking sector and SME finance situation will be considered an advantage.

The Consultant’s team is expected to comprise Key Experts as follows:

Key Expert No. 1: Project Manager (“PM”) with preferably 10 years relevant previous professional experience in SME lending and demonstrable knowledge of the Egyptian banking sector and SME finance situation and conducting training on the entire transaction cycle for SME lending and managing similar assignments in Egypt and or the close region and relevant qualifications with excellent communication, training, and presentation skills.

• Key Expert No. 2: Pool of additional experts with preferably 5 years relevant previous professional experience related to SMEs in:
- Financial management;
- Marketing & sales; International Trade (Export & Import)
- Organisational skills;
- Corporate Governance;
- Technology, payment and solutions;
- Quality management;
- Environment;
- Digital economy and alternative distribution channels.

All Key Experts should be able to communicate effectively in English and Arabic languages. A good mix of international and local experts is therefore required.

Submission Requirements: In order to determine the capability and experience of consulting firm, the information submitted should include the following:

1. Brief overview of the firm/group of firms including company profile, organization and staffing;

2. Details of previous project experience of firm or group of firms and related assignments undertaken in the previous five years, including information on contract value, contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided , assignment budget, percentage carried out by consultant in case of association of firms or subcontracting, main activities, objectives;

3.  CVs of key experts who could carry out the Assignment detailing qualifications, experience in similar assignments (particularly assignments undertaken in the previous five years), including information on contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided, assignment budget, main activities, objectives;

4.  Completed Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet, the template for which is available at: http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc The above information should not exceed 20 pages, excluding CVs and Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet.

The complete expression of interest (including CVs, Contact Sheet, Declaration Form) shall be submitted in English and Arabic, in electronic format preferably as one file (pdf or Word format), clearly labelled “Expression of Interest for Alexbank – SME Workshops and Trainings” to the Client's contact person detailed below not later than the closing date and time with a copy of the complete expression of interest submitted in English and Arabic in electronic format preferably as one file (pdf or Word format) to EBRD’s contact person by the same due date and time. 

Important Notes:

1. Selection and contracting will normally be made from responses to this notification. The highest-ranked Consultant will be selected from a shortlist and be invited to negotiate the contract, subject to availability of funding.

2. Expressions of Interest will be evaluated against the following criteria and respective weightings:

(a) Firm’s previous project experience related to SME lending policies and procedures and related training undertaken in the previous 5 years (30%)

(b)  Firm’s previous project experience in working on similar assignment in Egypt and/or North Africa (20%)

(c) CVs of proposed Key Experts Nos. 1 and 2 with previous project experience in the relevant sector in Egypt and/or North Africa (30%)

d) CVs of local experts with previous project experience in the relevant sector in the relevant sector in Egypt and/or North Africa – (20%)

 

 

The Client Contact Person:

Safinaze Abaza
Alexbank
Head of Training
Tel: +202 23992000 Ext: 7469
E-mail: Safinaze.Abaza@alexbank.com

 

The EBRD's Contact Person:

Mrs Viv Headlam
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
One Exchange Square
London EC2A 2JN
UK
Tel: +44 207 338 6885
Email: lewishev@ebrd.com

EOI – Egypt - Consultancy for the Capacity-building of the Egyptian Agency of Partnership for Development – 12 2015

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EOI - Egypt - consultancy services (firm) - Conduct Diagnostic Study and Develop Action Plan for Furniture Cluster in Damietta & Fowa Hand-Made Carpet and Kleem Cluster in Kafr El-Sheikh - OCP – 12 2015

 | Published December 3, 2015
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