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SELECTION OF CABINET INSTALLED PROPERLY IN GUINEA FOR MAKING AN EVALUATION FOR BETTER MANAGEMENT OF FINANCIAL DATA FOR THE TRANSITION TO ELECTRONIC MONEY

United Nations Development Programme | Published January 8, 2016  -  Deadline January 27, 2016
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SELECTION OF CABINET INSTALLED PROPERLY IN GUINEA FOR MAKING AN EVALUATION FOR BETTER MANAGEMENT OF FINANCIAL DATA FOR THE TRANSITION TO ELECTRONIC MONEY FOR MICROFINANCE INSTITUTIONS.

PG - Energy Sector Development Project - P101578

 | Published March 16, 2016
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Transaction Advisor Contract Award Notice (CONSULTING SERVICES FOR ENERGY SECTOR DEVELOPMENT PROJECT -ESDP) Credit No./GrantNo.5201-PG Assignment Title: NAORO BROWNHYDROPOWER PROJECTTRANSACTION ADVISORY SERVICES Reference No: ESDP/PPL/C/3 Country of Awarded Bidder: United Kingdom Contractor: MultiConsult UK Ltd Project ID: P101578 ________________________________________ QCBS, QBS, FBS, and LCS Contract Award Notice Papua New Guinea Project: P101578 - PNG ENERGY SECTOR DEVELOPMENT PROJECT (ESDP) Contract Reference No: ESDP/PPL/C/3 Scope of Contract: NAORO BROWN HYDROPOWER PROJECT TRANSACTION ADVISORY SERVICES Method of Selection: QCBS - Quality And Cost-Based Selection Duration of Contract: 22 Month(s) Contract Signature Date: 24-Feb-2016 Evaluation Currency: USD and GBP QCBS Contract Award Notice 1. Summary of the contract scope Theoverall objective is to assist the GoPNG and PPL in defining a structure and strategy for private-sector participation in the NaoroBrown Hydropower Project; developing a balanced, well-structured and bankable Project Development Agreement; negotiating a PowerPurchase Agreement (PAA); and selecting a project developer and completing negotiations through to financialclosure. 2. Consultants who have submitted proposals andtechnical scores assigned Deadline to present the Proposal: September15, 2015, 1:30 PM Port Moresby time. Companies that submitted proposals and qualification of its technical proposal: Consultants' names Technical scores 1.      Multiconsult (with King and Spalding and Allens as sub consultants) 85,17 2.      Taylor and DeJongh (with WorleyParsons and Corrs Chambers Westgarth lawyers as sub consultants)? USA 80,95 3. Evaluated Prices and FinancialScores. Evaluated price(s) Conversion to currency of evaluation USD Financial scores Consultants' Names (3) = (1) +(2) Exchange rate(s)e (4) Proposals' prices (5) =(3)(4) (6) Multiconsult Group 1.997.215,00 460.592,01 1,00 1,5346 1.997.215,00 706.824,50 2.704.039,50 100,00 Taylor-DeJongh Group 2.033.142,00 3.222.282,00 1.236.880,00 1,00 0,7040 0,3565 2.033.142,00 2.268.486.53 440.947,72 4.742.576,25 57,02 4.Summaryof the combined evaluation of the quality and cost Technical Evaluation Financial Evaluation Combined Evaluation Consultants' names Technical scores S(t) Weighted scores S(t) ´Ta Technical rank Financial scores S(f) Weighted scores S(f) ´Fb Scores S(t) T + S(f) F Rank Multiconsult Group 85.17 68.14 first 100,00 20,00 88,14 first Taylor-DeJongh Group 80.95 64.76 second 57,02 11,40 76,16 second Awardrecommendation To highestcombinedtechnical/financial score. Consultant's name: Multiconsult Group a.    T =0,8 as per RFP ( Instructions to Consultants Data Sheet , ITC Clause Reference 27.1) b    F = 0,20 as per RFP ( Instructions to Consultants Data Sheet , ITC ClauseReference 27.1) 5. AwardedConsultant Multiconsult (with King and Spalding and Allens as sub consultants) Contract Amount (with tax): USD 1,791,006.76 and GBP 367,972.16 Contract Indirectlocal Tax Amount: USD214,920.81 and GBP 44,156.66

PNG Urban Youth Employment Project AF - P154412

 | Published August 23, 2016
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Pet Office Skills Customer Services & Hospitality Training Name ofProject: Urban Youth EmploymentProject -Papua New Guinea ProjectID: P154412 Contract description:Consulting Services Scope of contract: Pre-Employment Training (OFFICE SKILLS CUSTOMER SERVICE &HOSPITALITY Duration: 12 Months Contract signature date: 17.08.2016 Scope of Contract Pre-Employment Training(Office Skills Customer Service & Hospitality: To train 800 youth for over 12 month period of the UrbanYouthEmployment Project. Provide project participants with the information and basic skills necessary to make changes in theirlifestyle, values and behaviors that will lead them to a more productivelife while also preparing them for gainful employment andimproving their chances of finding such employment. Consultant will provide necessary program and financial management,communications, facilities (including training venues), equipment, curriculum and instructional materials. Minimum Qualifying Technical Score 75 Consultant's name IEA College of Tafe Port Moresby Business College PNG institute of Banking & Business Management Inc Centre 2000 ? Hohola Community Collge Institute of Business Studies City/Country Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea Port Moresby, Papua NewGuinea Port Moresby, Papua NewGuinea Status Awarded Consultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm Rejected Consultant/Firm Not Evaluated Reason:  Submitted lateproposal after deadline for submission ofproposals Rejected Consultant/Firm Not Evaluated Reason:  Submitted lateproposal after deadline for submission ofproposals Technical Score 85.31 73.63 90.71 Financial Score N/A N/A N/A Combined Score N/A N/A N/A Criteria Specific Experience 9.33 9.33 9.67 Training Plan & Technical Capacity 22.53 9.60 22.87 Key Professional Staff 53.45 54.70 58.17 Price as read out PGK1,804,000 USD 613,360 Not opened PGK2,894,000 USD 983,960 Final Evaluation PGK1,850,000 USD629,000 N/A Not Evaluated Final Negotiation PGK1,114,000 USD 378,760 N/A Not Evaluated Rank 2 3 1 Other Shortlisted Consultant(s)/Firm(s) (these will be all that "Proposalsubmitted=no") Consultants' names Centre for Development & Success ConsultantsLtd City/Country Papua New Guinea Proposal Submitted: No

Civil Aviation Development Investment Program – Tranche 3

 | Published June 29, 2016  -  Deadline August 12, 2016
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Invitation for Bids 1. The Independent State of Papua New Guinea has applied for a loan from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) towards the cost of the Civil Aviation Development Investment Program. Part of this loan will be used for payments under the Contract named above. This contract will be jointly financed by the Government of the Independent State of Papua New Guinea. The eligibility rules and procedures of ADB will govern the bidding process. Bidding is open to Bidders from eligible source countries of ADB. 2. National Airports Corporation (“the Employer”) invites sealed bids from eligible Bidders for the: “Pavement Strengthening, New Air Traffic Control Tower and Associated Works at Mt. Hagen Airport, Western Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea” 3. International Competitive Bidding will be conducted in accordance with ADB’s “Single Stage One Envelope” bidding procedure and is open to all Bidders from eligible countries as described in the Bidding Document. 4. Only eligible Bidder with the following key qualifications should participate in this bidding: • soundness of financial position over the last Four (4) years and its prospective long-term profitability. • minimum Average Annual Construction Turnover of USD 36.5 million calculated as total certified payments received for contracts in progress or completed, within the last Three (3) years. • access to, or availability of, financial resources such as liquid assets, unencumbered real assets, lines of credit, and other financial means, other than any contractual advance payments to meet the overall cash flow requirements for this contract and its current contract commitment of USD 6.5 million for the first 3 months of the contract execution. Date: 29 June 2016 Loan No. and Title: 43141-044-PNG: Civil Aviation Development Investment Program – Tranche 3 Contract No. and Title: CADIP-B3-HGN-2A1 Pavement Strengthening, New Air Traffic Control Tower and Associated Works at Mt. Hagen Airport, Western Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea Deadline for Submission of Bids: 12 August 2016, 1:00 P.M. (Local Time) • experience and participation in at least one (1) contract within the last Ten (10) years with a value of at least USD 19.6 million that have been successfully or are substantially completed and that are similar to the proposed procurement of goods. 5. To obtain further information and inspect the bidding documents, Bidders should contact: Civil Aviation Development Investment Program Project Implementation Unit Mr. Manuai Kametan – Program Director Greenhouse Building No. 149 Jacksons Parade, 7 mile National Capital District, Papua New Guinea Telephone: (675) 324 4509 Facsimile number: (675) 325 2333 Electronic mail address: mkametan@nac.com.pg 6. To purchase the bidding documents in English, eligible Bidders should write to the address above requesting the bid documents for the Pavement Strengthening, New Air Traffic Control Tower Building, and Associated Works at Mt. Hagen Airport, Western Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea; CADIP-B3-15-2A1 and pay a non-refundable fee of PGK500.00. The method of payment will be by Bank Draft made payable to: Account Name: CADIP GoPNG Project Trust Account Number: 13574119 BSB Number: 018-911 (Jacksons Airport Branch) Bank: ANZ (PNG) Ltd Swift Code Number: ANZGPX Payment Instructions: Please pay and provide banking receipts and support documents to the CADIP Office to collect the bidding document. 7. Deliver your bid to the address above by 1.00pm on the 12th August 2016 (local time) Bids will be opened immediately after the deadline in the presence of Bidders’ representatives who choose to attend.

Civil Aviation Development Investment Program – Tranche 3

 | Published January 25, 2016  -  Deadline March 18, 2016
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Invitation for Bids 1. The Independent State of Papua New Guinea (PNG) has applied for a loan from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) towards the cost of Civil Aviation Development Investment Program. Part of this loan will be used for payments under the contract named above. This contract will be jointly financed by Government of the Independent State of Papua New Guinea. The eligibility rules and procedures of ADB will govern the bidding process. 2. National Airports Corporation (“the Employer”) invites sealed bids from potential eligible bidders for the construction and completion of: The Aircraft Pavement Upgrading, New Terminal Building and Associated Works at Momote Airport, Manus Province, Papua New Guinea The Works comprise of the following: • Runway Extension by 200 meters (base course and asphalt surfacing); • Strengthening of existing pavements (base course overlay and asphalt surfacing); • Construction of New Taxiway and Apron (base course and asphalt surfacing); • Construction of New Terminal Building; and • Other Associated Works. 3. International Competitive Bidding will be conducted in accordance with ADB’s Single- Stage: One-Envelope Bidding procedure without Prequalification and is open to all Bidders from eligible countries as described in the Bidding Document. 4. The potential bidder should be from eligible countries of ADB and shall demonstrate in their bid submission, their; • Soundness of financial position over the last four (4) years and its prospective long-term profitability. • Average annual construction turnover (minimum of US$ 38.0 million) calculated as total certified payments received for contracts in progress or completed, within the last three (3) years. Date: 25 January 2016 Loan No. and Title: 43141-PNG: Civil Aviation Development Investment Program – Tranche 3 Contract No. and Title: CADIP-B3-31-2A1: Aircraft Pavement Upgrading and Associated Works at Momote Airport, Manus Province Deadline for Submission of Bids: 18 March 2016, 12:30 P.M. (PNG local time) • Access to, or availability of, financial resources such as liquid assets, unencumbered real assets, lines of credit, and other financial means, other than any contractual advance payments to meet: a) The following cash-flow requirement, US$ 6.0 million for the first three months; and b) The overall cash flow requirements for this contract and its current works commitment. • Experience and participation in at least one (1) contract, in the role of contractor, subcontractor, or management contractor within the last ten (10) years, with a value of at least US$ 30.0 million that have been successfully or are substantially completed and that are similar to the proposed works. 5. To obtain further information and inspect the bidding documents, bidders should contact: Mr. Manuai Kametan – Program Director Civil Aviation Development Investment Program Project Implementation Unit Green House No. 149 Jacksons Parade, 7 mile PO Box 684 BOROKO, 111, National Capital District, Papua New Guinea Telephone: (675) 324 4649 / 4509 Facsimile: (675) 325 2333 Email: mkametan@nac.com.pg 6. To purchase the bidding documents in English, eligible bidders should: • Pay a non-refundable fee of US$ 200.00 excludes bank fees or its equivalent in Papua New Guinea Kina (PGK). *For the purpose of converting the required fee to PNG currency equivalent, the exchange rate published by ANZ Bank on the date of payment for the Bid Document shall be used. • Write to address above requesting the bidding documents for Aircraft Pavement Upgrading and Associated Works at Momote Airport - CADIP-B3-31-2A1. • The method of payment will be by direct bank deposit or bank draft payable to: Account Name: CADIP GoPNG Account No: 1357 4119 Bank: Australia & New Zealand (PNG) Ltd Swift Code No: ANZBPGPX BSB No: 018-911 7. Deliver your bid: • to the address above • on or before the deadline: 18 March 2016, 12:30 p.m. (PNG Local Time) • Bids must be submitted together with a Bid Securing Declaration as described in the Bidding Document Bids will be opened immediately after the deadline in the presence of Bidders’ representatives who choose to attend.

PNG Road Maintenance & Rehab Project II - P119471

 | Published December 8, 2015
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Consultant Services Contract For Socio-economic Surveys, Phase 1 QCBS Contract Award Notice Scope of Contract: ConsultancyServices for Socio-Economic Surveys Phase I Minimum Qualifying TechnicalScore: 80 Consultants' names Finnish Overseas Consultants Ltd Dongshin Engineering & Consultant Co Ltd Pantcia BV in Asssociation with SMEC Int Ltd City/Country Karava, Finnland Korea Netherlands Status: Awarded Consultant/Firm EvaluatedConsultant/Firm EvaluatedConsultant/Firm Technical Score 86.13 86.53 81.16 Financial Score 100.00 88.50 81.60 Combined Score 88.90 86.92 81.25 Criteria Specific Experience N/A N/A N/A Work Plan & Methodology 33.33 29.50 31.66 Key Experts 52.80 51.03 49.50 Training N/A N/A N/A Local input 0 6 0 Price asread out Euro270,000.00 plus Kina575,000.00 USD495,000.00 Euro156,572.00 plus Kina1,009,509.00 FinalEvaluation Price Equivalent in Kna1,193,301.13 Equivalent in Kina 1,346,928.78 Equivalent in Kina 1,462,421.93 FinalNegotiated Price Euro270,000.00 Kina575,000,00 Rank 1 2 3 Other ShortlistedConsultant(s)/Firm(s) Consultants' names RemeResource Planning Consultants OceaniaNatures Own Investment Ltd NatureCalls Ltd City/Country Papua New Guinea Papua NewGuinea Papua NewGuinea ProposalSubmitted: No No No

GN-Elec. Dry. Eff. Print. SIL (FY06) - P077317

 | Published May 9, 2016
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Fresh market allocation For L? And Financial Accounting audit From Paese Exercises For 2015 And 2016 (audit Fence) Notice of contract award for the financial audit of the COUNTRY etfinancier for the years 2015 and 2016 (closing audit) deGuinée Republic Project Name: Improvement Project del'Efficacité the Electricity Sector (COUNTRY) market: Auditcomptable and financier for the years 2015 COUNTRY et2016 (closing audit) Financing World Bank: IDA: DON H240 GUI ; IDA: 7730 DON GUI and FEM: A TF093404 The présentavis follows the opinion Denon objection of the World Bank dated 25 janvier2016 and signing and recording dated April 22, 2016 the accounting pourl'Audit contract and the financial COUNTRY lesexercices for 2015 and 2016 (closing audit).

Support to the national program for socio-economic reintegration of young people (Girls and Boys) former partners of the military and other vulnerable young people (Girls and Boys)

United Nations Industrial Development Organization | Published August 27, 2015  -  Deadline September 25, 2015
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Support to the National Program of Socio-Economic Reintegration of Youth (Girls and Boys) former partners of the military and other vulnerable young people (Girls and Boys) "- Component 3: Financial Support to Micro

Maritime and Waterways Safety Project

 | Published January 27, 2016  -  Deadline March 9, 2016
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Invitation for Bids 1. The Independent State of Papua New Guinea (PNG) has received a Loan from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) towards the cost of Maritime and Waterways Safety Project (MWSP). Part of this loan will be used for payments under the contract named above. This contract will be jointly financed by Government of the Independent State of Papua New Guinea. The eligibility rules and procedures of ADB will govern the bidding process. 2. International Competitive Bidding (ICB) will be conducted in accordance with ADB’s Single-Stage One- Envelope bidding procedure and is open to Bidders from eligible source countries of ADB. 3. The National Maritime Safety Authority ("the Employer") now invites eligible bidders to provide sealed bid for the following contract: Navaids Replacement and Installation Work in Milne Bay & Central Provinces of PNG. Estimated time to complete the installation work is 4 months. The navaids replacement and installation work include: (a) Preparatory works for footings and foundations; (b) Construction and placing mixed concrete in site for GRP tower or any monopile on land; (c) Purchasing, installing, and testing of pile for the monopoles and buoy, new navigation lights, solar panels, batteries, reflectors, associated electrical equipment and cabling; and (d) Environmental protection works and implementation of maritime safety practice of communities. 4. The following qualification criteria, in clear cut fail-pass, will be applied: (i) The bidder shall have (i) a minimum average annual turnover of US$ 4,300,000 within the last Three (3) years; and (ii) as a minimum, the bidder’s net worth should be positive; (ii) The bidder must demonstrate access to, or availability of, financial sources such as liquid assets, unencumbered real assets, lines of credit, and other financial means, other than any contractual advance payments to meet a cash-flow requirement of US$ 1,630,000 plus bidder’s cumulative financial resources for current contract commitments; Date: 27 January 2016 Loan No. and Title: 2978-PNG: Maritime and Waterways Safety Project Contract No. and Title: MWSP/CWP-01 - Navaids Replacement and Installation Work (Milne Bay & Central Provinces) Deadline for Submission of Bids: 09 March 2016, 10:00 hours (Port Moresby Local Time) (iii) The bidder must have specific experience in at least one (1) contract within the last five (5) years, with a value of at least US$ 1,730,000 that have been successfully or are substantially completed and that are similar to the proposed works; and (iv) Within the last five (5) years, the bidder must have: (a) some experience in the installing of maritime navigation aids (including monopiles and lights) in sea water areas, (b) experience in implementing environmental mitigative measures especially in a coral reef area, and (c) experience working in the Melanesian culture context. 5. Bidders may obtain further information from, and inspect and acquire the bidding documents, at the office of the Employer, at: Project Implementation Unit (PIU), National Maritime Safety Authority (NMSA), Defens Haus Building, Level 4, Cnr of Champion Parade & Hunter St, PO Box 668, PORT MORESBY, National Capital District, Papua New Guinea. Telephone: +675 321 8940 / +675 321 4332 Facsimile number: +675 321 3051 Email: epetrus_mwsp@nmsapng.com 6. To purchase the bidding documents in English including softcopy in a CD or flashdrive (pdf files), eligible bidders should: • Write to address above (or through email) requesting the bidding document for Navaids Replacement and Installation Work (Milne Bay & Central Provinces) - MWSP/CWP-01. • Payment of a nonrefundable fee of US$300 excludes bank fees or in PNG currency equivalent, the exchange rate published by Bank of Papua New Guinea on the date of payment to the following bank account: Acct Name: Maritime and Waterway Safety Project Acct No: 1011203526 Bank: South Pacific, PORT MORESBY, PO Box 78, Port Moresby, National Capital District, Papua New Guinea. SWIFT Code No: BOSPPGPM The bidding documents will be issued during normal working days from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm at the address under 4 above until 9 March 2016. 7. Deliver your bid: • To the following address, at or before 10:00 hours (Port Moresby Local Time), 09 March 2016. Central Supply & Tenders Board, First Floor, Westpac Bank Building, Waigani Drive, PO Box 6457 BOROKO, National Capital District, Papua New Guinea • Together with a Bid Security in the amount specified in the Bidding Document and in a standard form provided in the bidding document. Bids will be opened immediately thereafter in the presence of bidders' representatives who choose to attend.

GN: Mineral Governance Support Project - P122916

 | Published February 19, 2015
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Recruitment D? Uncabinetpour L? In Support Technical Assistance To The Strategy Of The Reform? The Public Administration and Human Resource Management Please do not respond. ADVERTISING DESRESULTATS Method Based Selection QCBS Quality and Cost) Country name: Republic of Guinea Project: Economic Governance Project, Technical Assistance and Capacity Capacitésen Republic of Guinea (EGTACB) DON No. H765 - GN NoContrat: 2013/733 / 1/6/1/2 / N Dumarché Subject: Recruitment of a firm to support techniqueen assistance strategy for the reform of the public administration and human resources management deselection mode: QCBS - Based Selection qualitéet cost (QCBS) Duration: 12 months Dumarché Signing Date: December 4, 2013 del'évaluation Currency: GNF selected Consultant: Name: Cabinet WIMI 301) 270-8232; Email: wimi@wimi.net Technical Note: 73,20 Financial score: 20 the final evaluation price: 5,838,619 910,00GNF Final note: 93,20 Final ranking: 1 final negotiated price: 5838 619 910.00 GNF soient850 000 USD HT Consultants evaluated: 1-Name: CABINET FFA ERNEST & YOUNG / BRIDGE-CONSULTING 224 631 35 84 90; 224 631 35 84 91rene-marie.kadouno@gn.ey.com; nene.balde@gn.ey.com - Technical Note: 62,80 - Financial score: 6.07 - Final del'évaluation Price: 19713936224 , 4 GNF final -Note: 68.87 - Final ranking: 4th PROSPECTVIE Address: St. Rita, Lot 1293 K Tel slice. (229) 21 32 54 49/21 32 59 44 contact@gecaprospective.com - Technical Note: 67,60 - Financial score: 10.90 - Final del'évaluation Price: 10 713,936,224.4 GNF final -Note: 78.50 - Final ranking: 3rd 3- EGIS BDPA / FORHOM Institute Tel + 33 (0) 5 46 45 91 25 institut.forhom@egis.fr - Technical Note. 62.20 - Financial score: 13.15 - Price of final evaluation: 8882710 217.22 GNF - Final note: 75.35 - Final Rank: 2nd

GN: Economic Governance Technical Assist - P125890

 | Published February 19, 2015
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Recruitment uncabinetpour D L Technical Assistance in Support On The Strategy Of The Reform Of The Public Administration and Management Human Resource PUBLICATION OF RESULTS Method Selection Based on Quality and CoûtSFQC) Country name:??? REPUBLIC OF GUINEA Project: Economic Governance Technical Assistance etRenforcement of the Republic of Guinea capabilities (EGTACB) DON No. H765 - GN No. Contract: 2013/733/1/6/1/2 / N Object of the contract: Recruitment of a firm for the technical assistance to support the strategy of réformede Public Administration and Human Resource Management Selection Mode: QCBS - Based Selection laqualité and cost (QCBS) Duration: 12 months from contract signature date: December 4, 2013 Currency evaluation: GNF selected Consultant: Name: Cabinet WIMI 301) 270-8232; Email: wimi@wimi.net Technical Note: 73,20 Financial score: 20 the final evaluation price: 5,838,619 910,00GNF Final note: 93,20 Final ranking: 1 final negotiated price: 5838619 910.00 GNF be $ 850,000 US Consultantsévalués HT: 1 Name: CABINET FFA ERNEST & YOUNG / BRIDGE-CONSULTING 35 224 631 8490; 224 631 35 84 91rene-marie.kadouno@gn.ey.com; nene.balde@gn.ey.com - Technical Note: 62,80 - Financial score: 6.07 - price of the final evaluation: 19713936 224.4 GNF final -Note: 68.87 - Final ranking: 4th PROSPECTVIE Address: St. Rita, Lot 1293 K Tel slice. (229) 21 32 54 49/21 3259 44 contact@gecaprospective.com - Technical Note: 67,60 - Financial score: 10.90 - Price of the final evaluation: 10713936 224.4 GNF final -Note: 78 50 - Final ranking: 3rd 3-EGIS BDPA / FORHOM Institute Tel + 33 (0) 5 46 45 91 25institut.forhom@egis.fr - Technical Note. 62.20 - Financial score: 13.15 - Prize final assessment: 8882710 217.22 GNF - Final note: 75.35 - Final Ranking: 2nd

EOI- Côte D’Ivoire - Consultant for a Study on Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) in Guinea-Conakry – OFSD – 06 2015

 | Published June 1, 2015
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1 REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST Brief Description of the assignment: Consultant for a Study on Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) in Guinea-Conakry Department making the request: OFSD Place of assignment: Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire Period of assignment: June 2015 to July 2015 Expected start date of the assignment: 22 June 2015 Last date for expressing interest: 12 June 2015 Expression of interest to be submitted to: e.yeye@afdb.org Any questions/ clarifications needed to be addressed to: s.sekioua@afdb.org l.french@afdb.org Terms of reference for “Consultant for a Study on Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) in Guinea- Conakry” I. INTRODUCTION/BACKGROUND In 2014, the African Development Bank (AfDB) was approached by the Government of Guinea-Conakry in order to assist with the establishment of a new development finance institution (DFI) whose aim will be to increase access to finance, particularly medium to long-term finance, for the country’s private sector. The existing DFIs in Guinea have so far been unable to effectively address market gaps, facilitate meaningful increases in financial intermediation in terms of outreach and scale, or galvanize sustainable development in their respective sectors. Many of these institutions intervened directly in the marketplace, substituting for private sector investment and risk taking. As commonly seen in old-style development finance, by assuming credit risk, most of the DFIs were quickly confronted with high levels of non-performing loans (NPLs), caused by factors such as lack of appropriate lending methodology and capacity, an inadequate incentive structure to originate and maintain a performing loan portfolio and avert non-performance and politically influenced governance structures. The ability to take direct lending decisions also made these institutions more vulnerable to capture, a situation further exacerbated by the lack of independent and effective oversight. As a result, the existing DFIs have been unable to achieve operational and financial sustainability, reach unbanked segments of entrepreneurs at scale, or sustainably provide finance. Recognizing these limitations, the Government of Guinea-Conakry decided to seek the support of the AfDB in establishing a new DFI that will be better regulated and more clearly aligned with development priorities. The support from the AfDB is expected to be in the form of a significant contribution to the design of the structure of the new DFI. In terms of the design of the new DFI, the Financial Sector Development Department (OFSD) of the AfDB has decided to recruit a Consultant for a study whose aim will be to carry out an extensive diagnostic 2 review of the existing DFI landscape in Guinea and propose a structure that is best suited for the needs of the country. II. OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY The objectives of the study are twofold: 1. Assessing the DFI landscape in Guinea-Conakry with particular emphasis on the factors that have led to the underperformance of the institutions that have been established thus far; and 2. Determining the optimal DFI structure that will ensure sustainable impact and scale and which will be best suited for the needs and particular characteristics of the country. Equally important is the need to ensure that the design of the proposed new DFI is informed by an in-depth review of global experiences relating to DFI reforms. III. SCOPE OF WORK The above objectives are discussed in more detail below: 1. Assessing the DFI landscape in Guinea-Conakry: Like almost every country (including the most advanced economies), Guinea-Conakry has established a number of DFIs in the past including the most recent Banque Africaine pour le Développement Agricole et Minier (BADAM) which was established in 2010 and went bankrupt within its first few years of existence as a result of a number of documented factors including political interference and mismanagement. In assessing the DFI landscape, the study will need to identify and provide a comprehensive list of factors that have led to the underperformance of the previously established DFIs as these will be taken into account in designing the new institution. The assessment will also need to identify the salient features of the previous DFIs in terms of the following:  Ownership structures;  Governance including the process for the appointment of management and board members;  Regulation and supervision with emphasis on the entities overseeing the DFIs;  Types of banking licenses;  Credit models (retail or wholesale);  Mandates and target sectors;  Financial performance;  Risk management;  Sources of funding;  …and in other features that would assist in understanding the performance of the previous DFIs in Guinea. 2. To assist the Government of Guinea-Conakry in their quest for establishing a new DFI that will deliver on its mandate in an impactful manner, the study would need to propose an innovative design structure that takes into account the findings of the above objective as well as recent trends in global DFIs. In particular, the study would need to focus on the following:  Appropriate ownership model: state ownership vs. a mixed public-private capital structure; 3  Appropriate capital structure (optimal sizes of equity and balance sheet);  Funding strategy;  Mandate and sector(s) to target. Need to ensure that the mandate is tight;  Appropriate governance structure with clear process for the appointment of the board and management. This is necessary to ensure that the DFI is profitable, self-funding and insulated from political interference;  Regulation and supervision especially who should supervise the new DFI;  Type of required banking license; and  Appropriate risk management framework and credit model, retail vs. wholesale. IV. METHODOLOGY The objectives of the study would be expected to be achieved through an initial desk review followed by missions to Guinea-Conakry to meet with the relevant stakeholders including, but not limited to:  The central bank;  The ministry of finance;  Existing DFIs;  Commercial banks;  The private sector; and  Development partners in Guinea. V. DELIVERABLES The following deliverables are expected from the study:  A detailed assessment of the DFI landscape in Guinea-Conakry; and  Design of a new DFI that will be operationally and financially sustainably and insulated from political interference and capture. These will be documented in a report to be submitted to the AfDB. VI. PROJECT MANAGEMENT, INSTITUTIONAL AND IMPLEMENTATION ARRANGEMENTS The study will be implemented by the Consultant selected by the Task Managers (Sofiane Sekioua and Laura French). The Consultant will report to and be guided by the Task Managers and implement the study according to the present Terms of Reference. The outline and the draft reports will be reviewed and commented upon by the Task Managers, who will also organize for the Consultant to present the study outcomes. VII. CONSULTANT PROFILE Given the scope of the study, the assignment requires a consultant with the qualifications set out below:  At least a Masters’ degree in Economics, Banking, Finance or related fields;  A minimum of 10 years of relevant professional experience; 4  Previous professional experience in Africa and knowledge of the West Africa region will be highly considered;  Previous professional experience in working with international DFIs such as the AfDB;  Previous professional experience in assisting African Governments establish DFIs based on recognized best practices is desirable;  Ability to interact with governments and state entities;  Familiarity with evaluation/review type assignments;  Proven capacity to work in a team and to deliver outputs in a timely manner;  Ability to produce technical reports and draw implications;  Ability to write and communicate fluently in both English and French is a requirement;  Be a national of one of the member countries of the AfDB; and  Competent in the use of AfDB’s standard software (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and web tools). VIII. DURATION OF ASSIGNMENT The service of the Consultant is required for twenty five (25) working days starting from the approval and signature of the contract. IX. MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF OUTCOMES/RESULTS AND REPORTING Five (5) working days after approval and signature of the contract, the Consultant will submit a detailed outline of the study which will be agreed with the Task Managers through telephone conversations and email follow ups. No later than fifteen (15) working days after approval and signature of the contract, the Consultant will submit a draft report to the Task Managers in English which will be agreed with the Task Managers through telephone conversations and email follow ups. The report shall also include an executive summary. In addition to customary tables and figures, the report should further include appendices where applicable. Following the submission of consolidated comments by the Task Managers, the Consultant shall present an updated version of the report and present the study to the Task Managers no later than twenty five (25) working days after approval and signature of the contract. The Consultant must remain available for additional follow-up and extension work as and when requested by the Task Managers. X. REMUNERATION The Consultant will be paid a daily fee to be negotiated with the recruiting department. Missions to Guinea-Conakry as well as to Cote D’Ivoire will be required and the AfDB will cover travel costs in line with its rules and as authorized by the Bank in connection with the contract.

GN-Electricity Dry Erase Improv GEF (FY07) - P098742

 | Published October 21, 2015
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RFP No. 06/2015 / AUDIT NIM-Long Term Agreement (LTA) Invitation to tender for selection of a firm for the audit of projects under national execution (NIM).

United Nations Development Programme | Published December 11, 2015  -  Deadline January 11, 2016
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~~ Throughout this document the term "implementing partner" denominates the institution designated to administer the project. When the project is a national implementation (NIM), the term refers to a government institution. When run by an NGO, it designates an NGO. The term "government coordination service" refers to the government institution which is the official UNDP counterpart. These terms of reference (TOR) type are designed to provide UNDP country offices and the government agency implementing (IP) (or NGO) guidance allowing them to agree on the terms of reference regarding the audit of projects managed by governments (or NGOs). These audits are conducted under the responsibility of the UNDP Country Office. These standard Terms of Reference were revised to highlight requirements in the audit services (Part I and Annex 1) and the areas to be addressed in the audit report and letter to the directors (Part F and Annex 3 ) as follows: • Auditors must certify, express an opinion, and quantify the net financial impact on each of the following: (i) The combined ratio of expenses - Expenses of the Combined Report (CDR) for the period UNDP from 1 January to 31 December 2015 (ii) The cash position reported by the project status at December 31, 2015 (iii) The statement of assets and equipment at December 31, 2015  Auditors must indicate the risks associated with their conclusions and rank them in order of severity: high, medium, or low.  Auditors should quantify the net financial impact of the reservations if the audit opinion on the CDR is made subject to reservations, a refusal to express an opinion or an adverse opinion

Technical assistance support to the National Department of Health (NDOH) to establish a national Medicines Quality Control Laboratory (MQCL) in PAPUA NEW GUINEA

World Health Organization | Published August 3, 2015  -  Deadline August 21, 2015
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The World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Office for the Western Pacific (WHO/WPRO) hereby invites all qualified and reputable supplier/contractor to apply for eligibility to qualify for the Organization's requirements for Request for Proposal (RFP). The objective of this Expression of Interest (EOI) is to identify potential suppliers to carry out the following work: Technical assistance support to the National Department of Health (NDOH) to establish a national Medicines Quality Control Laboratory (MQCL) in PAPUA NEW GUINEA. The objectives of the project are as follows: Develop the technical capabilities of the MQCL to perform compliance and investigative testing on pharmaceutical products in support of the PNG medicines regulatory agency; Develop a MQCL Quality Management System (QMS) that provides assurance in the quality of the laboratory’s activities and results; and Establish the MQCL as the national pharmaceutical quality control laboratory, meeting requirements of WHO Good Practices for Pharmaceutical Quality Control Laboratories and standard ISO 17025. The work may involve the following projects in MQCL portfolio: 1. Deliver expert instruction on sample management, pharmaceutical and analytical chemistry, Health & Safety (including waste management), 2. Quality management 3. Equipment management (including computerized systems and protection of data integrity) 4. Purchasing and Contract management 4. Medicines quality monitoring programmes 5. Training of inexperienced newly recruited staff In order to be considered, interested entities should submit the Reply Letter (as per attached, quoting reference number WP/SUP/15 BID 03 ) including the following pre-qualification documents: a. Company Profile- including organization chart and number of staff b. Reference list of expertise including CVs of key experts c. Certificate of Company Registration c. Certificate of Good Financial standing d.  List of Previous clients' e. Authorization letter to WHO/WPRO to verify and validate authenticity of the documents submitted Submission of Expression of Interest The EOI and accompanying documents must be received by WHO no later than 21 August 2015, 15:30 pm Manila Philippines Time Email for submission of reply and prequalification documents: molinaj@wpro.who.int (use subject: WP/15/SUP/BID 03) The terms of this Invitation for Expression of Interest are informational and will become effective and enforceable when a definitive agreement is executed. WHO/WPRO reserves the right to reject, qualify or disqualify any or all suppliers/contractors during the Pre-qualification process. WHO also reserves the right to require compliance with additional conditions as and when issuing the final solicitation documents. Submitting a reply to a call for expression of interest for pre-qualifications does not automatically guarantee receipt of the solicitation documents when issued. Invitations to Bid or Requests for Proposals and any subsequent purchase order or contract will be issued in accordance with the rules and procedures of WHO. WHO Contact Information World Health Organization Office for the Western Pacific Region (WHO/WPRO) Address: United Nations Ave, Ermita Manila Tel/Fax : 632 5289652/53
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