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Call for tenders for the QSF Investment manager

Union postale universelle UPU Secrétariat du Comité d'adjudications et d'achats (CAA) | Published October 31, 2017
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Call for tenders for the QSF Investment manager

Investment Management Services

World Intellectual Property Organization | Published December 15, 2015  -  Deadline January 25, 2016
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WIPO is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) from appropriate investment management firms who can potentially fulfill the requirements for the management of its three cash pools. Interested parties should register their companies at https://ungm.in-tend.co.uk/wipo/aspx/Home to be able to view and download the relevant documents.

Evaluation of UNISDR programme for Building Capacity for Increased Public Investment in Integrat ...

United Nations Secretariat | Published July 13, 2016
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UNOG requests expressions of interest from vendors who would be interested in conducting a formal evaluation of the UNISDR programme “Building Capacity for Increased Public Investment in Integrated Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) and Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR)”, a European Commission funded 4 year initiative that aims to develop national capacity to incorporate DRR (and to the possible extent CCA) into public investment and planning systems. The program consists of three main components to be evaluated: 1. Disaster loss and damage accounting: capacity building on using national disaster databases through practice. 2. Probabilistic Risk Profiles and Assessments: capacity building on process, results and application of these assessments. 3. Increased risk-sensitive planning and investment: Capacity building and national policy dialog on mainstreaming risk knowledge obtained in components 1 and 2 into Public Investment and planning systems. The evaluation will look at the following aspects of the implementation: the process, the activities, the quality of the capacity building, the quality of the results, the partnerships, and the impacts of the initiative in the beneficiary countries. It is expected that the evaluation will provide a summary of Lessons Learnt and Conclusions, which will propose practical recommendations for follow-up and continued actions. The evaluation will use desk reviews, interviews with UNISDR, partner and government officials to assess the programme, which will involve 4 discovery missions to selected regions (most probably Indian Ocean, the Caribbean, Asia, West Africa) and countries. The evaluation will take place over 3 months, starting in September/October this year, and should produce a Preliminary Findings Report by November 15.

Invitation for Expression of Interest: National Solid Waste Management Programme, Egypt. Consultancy Services for Implementation Consultant to the ESWA Investment Programme

KfW, on behalf of ESWA / MSEA | Published February 23, 2017  -  Deadline April 30, 2013
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Invitation for Expression of Interest: National Solid Waste Management Programme, Egypt. Consultancy Services for Implementation Consultant to the ESWA Investment Programme.

Invitation for Expression of Interest: National Solid Waste Management Programme, Egypt. Consultancy Services for Accompanying Measures to the ESWA Investment Programme

KfW, on behalf of ESWA / MSEA | Published February 23, 2017  -  Deadline April 30, 2013
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Invitation for Expression of Interest: National Solid Waste Management Programme, Egypt. Consultancy Services for Accompanying Measures to the ESWA Investment Programme

Country-Level Activities to Implement the Performance Oriented Resource Tracking and Investment Assessments

Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS | Published September 18, 2015  -  Deadline October 9, 2015
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The purpose of this request for proposals is to enter into an agreement with a successful bidder to carry out country-level activities to implement the performance-oriented resource tracking and investment assessments (PORTIA). PORTIA is a UNAIDS innovative approach for assessing resource mobilization, allocation and utilization at country level, and to provide feedback in order to increase sustainability, efficiency and return on investment. UNAIDS is seeking consultants with functional and technical skills and documented experience in the following areas: a) National AIDS Spending Assessments b) Health services cost analysis c) Resource allocation for health d) Staff training on HIV M&E and spending analyses; e) Health and HIV/AIDS Information, Monitoring and Evaluation Systems; f) Organizational analysis and redesign Investments made in developing and implementing systems, processes and tools to increase efficiency and effectiveness in resource allocation and utilization should reflect good management practices and principles. Therefore, bidders are requested to propose the best and most cost-effective solution to meet UNAIDS requirements, while ensuring a high level of usability and policy relevance. PORTIA requires that information on expenditures is compared to the resource needs on the one hand, but also linked to outcomes (AIDS related mortality and HIV incidence). The consultant(s) will need to apply existing UNAIDS endorsed frameworks on resource tracking, costing and impact assessment in these pilot projects in order to develop guidance documents and training for UNAIDS related staff and consultants for future work to monitor the relative Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) with respect to HIV by 2030. The implementation of this work, requires to be finalized in 2015.

EIB - Regional MSME Investment Fund for Sub-Saharan Africa (REGMIFA) TA Facility

The REGMIFA TA Donors have delegated the Contracting Authority to the Technical Assistance Facility Manager, Symbiotics SA (Geneva) | Published July 30, 2013  -  Deadline August 30, 2013
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EIB - Regional MSME Investment Fund for Sub-Saharan Africa (REGMIFA) TA Facility

Online database on Investement Trends

United Nations Secretariat | Published October 5, 2015  -  Deadline October 16, 2015
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The UN Office In Geneva is looking for access to a comprehensive online database of greenfield investments available, covering all countries and sectors worldwide. Such a database must provide up to date data on announced greenfield investement by multinational enterprises. The database must further provide access to real-time monitoring of announced investment projects, capital investment and job creation. If you believe your company can provide such a service please send through some details of your database as well as completing page 3 below.

Seat Construction-examination of investment projects in the field of disability and addiction and victim assistance

Gesundheits- und Fürsorgedirektion GEF Alters- und Behindertenamt ALBA | Published July 8, 2016  -  Deadline April 1, 2016
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Seat Construction-examination of investment projects in the field of disability and addiction and victim assistance

(1587) SIFEM Business Management and Portfolio Management

SIFEM AG c/o Jean-Daniel Gerber | Published April 17, 2015  -  Deadline May 18, 2015
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79411000

Duties of Business Manager and Portfolio Manager: Operative management and administration of SIFEM AG. Identify, evaluate, structure, negotiate and advise on all investment and divestment opportunities in support of the SIFEM Strategic Objectives in his capacity of Investment Advisor; manage SIFEM portfolio investments and provide other management services to SIFEM.

Investment control - optimization of projects and processes, sanitation data base project.

Office fédéral des routes (OFROU), division infrastructure routière, filiale de Winterthour | Published January 16, 2014  -  Deadline February 24, 2014
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71541000

This tender concerns firstly the provision of consultant in the field of optimization projects and investment control process IC-P (analysis, design and description of processes, organizational structure) and secondly operational delivery sanitation data including data of the project, contracts, specifications and modifications of the structure of the project.

Digital Compatible investment advice

Aargauische Kantonalbank Fachstelle SubmD, Abt. DLCG | Published November 11, 2016  -  Deadline December 27, 2016
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72260000

CPV: 72260000 - Services related to software

Seat Construction-examination of investment projects in the field of disability and addiction and victim assistance.

Gesundheits- und Fürsorgedirektion GEF Alters- und Behindertenamt ALBA | Published February 24, 2016  -  Deadline April 1, 2016
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71000000

The Canton of Berne granted at the request institutions in children and adolescents, respectively in adult people with a disability and addiction and victim support investment contributions for construction projects. Given several preset from antiquity and Disabled Office ALBA process phases have to go through and be approved. Conceptual and operational aspects are examined internally ALBA.

This contract is the mandate for the external examination of applications from baufachlicher overview of the project needs to project accounting with creating appropriate technical reports as well as the support of ALBA in construction-related matters. The term of office is five years with an option for a one-off three-year extension.

Siggenthal Würenlingen interlocking replacement, adjustment of public investment, renovation catenary

Schweizerische Bundesbahnen SBB Infrastruktur, Projekte Region Mitte | Published April 1, 2015  -  Deadline May 15, 2015
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45000000

In BTG all now in the PLC-based technical systems / infrastructure (interlocking, Telecom, technical equipment, traction supply, etc.) are to be accommodated. Taxi parking spaces are located at the northern end of the new station square, where the railway engineering building and the parking service at SBB has been arranged. The key component of the new public investment is covered and protected from the wind with a glass waiting area in the center of the plant and the roofing of the waiting area for the bus. To create the new public facility, the loading platform must be moved to platform 5 and some tracks to be dismantled. 260 m undressed. The tender shall in particular include the following items: - Foundation and opening up new rail technology building (BTG) Foundations for the furniture and lighting - drain pipe under a new platform - New staircase from the platform to the cement walk foundations for new roof waiting area Bus - New bike racks on the new platform - foundations for new toilet and telephone booth at the southern Perron end - New site loading platform at the track 5 with shifted barrier - various catenary and signal foundations - Decommissioning of course - cable crossings, placing manholes and cable blocks 260 meters towards Doettingen - Extension PU Holcim wood bulkhead retaining walls Sickermulden and basins draining main quantities: 240 m3 5'000 m2 5'100m3 fixed 2'400m3 7'600m3 loose loose loose 3'200m3 400m3 loose 7'400m2 115to 450m 26Stk. 300m3 1'000m3 3'000m2 90to 54m2 300m1 780m2 710m2 200m 3'500to

Replacement investment of current Traub TNE 300.

Eidgenössisch Technische Hochschule Zürich Zentralwerkstatt D-PHYS | Published March 1, 2014  -  Deadline April 7, 2014
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42621100

CNC turning center as a replacement for the existing machine Traub TNE 300 for use bivalent production and training (details on the specifications).

External review of applications for investment contributions in transhipment facilities for combined transport

Division financement | Published March 19, 2014  -  Deadline April 23, 2014
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71000000, 71320000, 71322100, 71242000, 71246000, 79419000

Specialized to support the evaluation of requests for encouraging sorting facilities and transhipment; conceptual development of existing evaluation and support material instruments; developing appropriate instruments for comparing applications encouragement. It is to compare the profitability and efficiency of applications similar to those installations and continuously examine the standards of construction. Evaluation of applications includes a thorough analysis including quotes and a detailed assessment of the layout of the facility. Finally, it is necessary to examine the final tally when the facilities are built. Are provided for this purpose analyzes specifications, fittings and facilities of the final statement.

Nepal Agricultural Markets Development Programme (NAMDP) — Phase 1.

Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) Division: South Asia | Published March 7, 2015  -  Deadline April 3, 2015
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98300000

1. Expansion and up-scaling as well as replication/crowing-in leading to systemic change in selected commodity markets and 2 corss sectors with participation of by poor and disadvantaged producers. 2. Upscaling and replication of successful value addition pilots by producers and market actors. 3. Dessimination and buy-in promotion of Market System Development (MSD)/Markets work for Poor (M4P) knowledge in Nepal's development assistance community. 4. Use the opportunities offered by remittances and returnee migrants: NAMDP will support the innovative approaches to gather and publicize the best agri-business options for investment and offer innovation brokerage services to returnee migrants who might be interested in using their new skills and capital for agri-business investment. This intervention targeting remittances and returnee migrants will broaden the impact of the SDC funded Safer Migration and SKILL projects. 5. Continued attention will be given to gender, social, economic and geographic exclusion and due consideration to migration: the current massive youth outmigration has multiple and complex links with agricultural development. The high differentiation of Nepal society has led in the past to polarization and social conflict. NAMDP will identify mechanisms that value diversity and fund joint innovation programs.

Improved Water and Wastewater Services Programme II (IWSP II), Egypt. Consulting Services for the Project Management Consultant (PMC)

KfW, on behalf of HCWW | Published June 25, 2015  -  Deadline July 28, 2015
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90410000

The Improved Water and Wastewater Services Programme II (“IWSP II”) succeeds the ongoing IWSP I. It covers four Governorates Qena, Sohag, Assiut, and Minya in Upper Egypt. The program objective is to ensure appropriate, thoroughly hygienic, efficient and financially sustainable water supply and wastewater disposal in the program areas. The Programme is composed of - An Investment Component to improve the physical infrastructure in the wastewater and water supply sector in the program areas so that services can be provided more efficiently in the future. The component includes: i) Rehabilitation of existing wastewater treatment plants; ii) Construction of new wastewater treatment plants and associated regional wastewater collection systems (“regional Sanitation Service Clusters”); iii) Expansion of existing wastewater collection systems if this enables the capacity utilisation ratio of existing wastewater treatment plants to be improved, if necessary including house connections; iv) Rehabilitation and expansion of existing drinking water treatment plants; v) Rehabilitation and restructuring of existing pipes and drinking water supply systems, if necessary including house connections. - A Technical Assistance (TA) Component to strengthen the technical and financial capacities of the HCWW and the Affiliate Companies (ACs). The TA component shall create an enabling environment for the execution of the investment component and improve the ACs operational and financial performance. The technical assistance will be provided by: i) a Programme Management Consultant (PMC), who will support HCWW’s Programme Management Unit (PMU) in Cairo to properly plan, steer, manage, supervise and document the programme activities. This consultant will also assist the PMU in its reporting obligations; ii) two Technical Assistance and Design Consultants (TADECs), who will support the HCWW’s Affiliated Companies (AC) of Qena, Sohag, Assiut, and Minya, in planning, tendering the investment projects and ensuring the quality of their IWSP II investment projects. This consultant will also support the ACs Programme Implementation Units (PIUs) in executing all programme management activities for which they are responsible such as technical and financial programme management and supervision, technical and financial reporting. The TADECs will also support capacity building in the ACs in order to improve their operational and financial efficiency; iii) an Operation & Maintenance Consultant (OMC), who may later support the AC in the operation and maintenance of the infrastructure financed under IWSP II This invitation for Expression of Interest concerns only the services required from the Project Management Consultant (PMC). Requested Consultant Services: The Consultant’s main tasks comprise: 1. Assess the current situation and the results of the IWSP II as well as the experiences of the IWSP I - prepare a work plan for IWSP II 2. Support the establishment of the PMU management structure and train PMU staff 3. Optimise, update and implement the existing IWSP I Manual of Procedures 4. Establish, update and maintain the IWSP II project list 5. Monitor and report on the ACs’ performance (performance indicators) 6. Carry out financial, procedural and occupational health & safety audits 7. Support financial programme management, accounting, monitoring and reporting 8. Support the IWSP budget management, monitoring and reporting 9. Establish a simple documentation system for relevant IWSP II documents 10. Prepare the Quarterly Progress Reports for the entire Programme 11. Ensure professional public communication, public relations and visibility of the IWSP II and its funding partners 12. Support coordination of TADEC and PIU activities 13. Support the establishment and operation of a simple Programme Management Information System (PMIS) based on the existing PMIS components 14. Manage the special fund and procure equipment, tools, hardware and software, which will be required for carrying out the tasks of the PMC and TADEC

Rehabilitation of Beshbulok pumping station and well fields and connection of semi-rural settlements to the water main

Staatssekretariat für Wirtschaft SECO, Ressort Infrastrukturfinanzierung WEIN on behalf of Syrdarya Region Water Management Enterprise Suvokova | Published November 15, 2013  -  Deadline January 15, 2014
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71356200

The description below is an extract of the Terms of Reference applicable for this assigment. For a detailed and complete description please refer to the Tender Documentation. SECO, together with the World Bank, have participated in the past in a number of water supply and sanitation (WSS) projects in Uzbekistan, including the Bukhara Samarkand Water Supply Project. Launched in 2003 this project aimed at rehabilitating key elements of the water supply systems of the two water utilities in Bukhara and Samarkand . It also contributed to the development of their institutional and financial management capacities that need to be further developed. In 2011, the World Bank approved the Syrdarya Water Supply Project (SWSP) with a World Bank share of USD 88 million. The Government of Uzbekistan requested this assistance to improve the level of service in terms of safety, quality, reliability, efficiency, financial viability, and sustainability of the water supply services in 1'100 small towns and villages of five districts in the predominantly rural Syrdarya region. Both the Government of Uzbekistan and the World Bank sought a Swiss parallel financing and in 2012 SECO approved a grant contribution in support of the SWSP with the following two components: (i) Investment Component: It consists of the following two sub-components: • Sub-Component 1: Rehabilitation of the Beshbulok pumping station and its well fields • Sub-Component 2: Limited physical investment measures in the settlements/villages along the pipeline between Beshbulok and Severnaya pumping stations (close to Gulistan) (ii) Institutional Component: It provides technical assistance for the following two sub- components: • Sub-Component 1: Implementation of Corporate Development Programmes for Bukhara, Samarkand, Syrdarya water utilities (BVK, SVK, SRVK). • Sub-Component 2: Limited and targeted assistance in the reform of the regulatory framework The implementation of the SECO project will be supported and supervised by Swiss implementing consultants. The implementation of the Investment Component will be supported by a technical consultant (the "Swiss Technical Consultant" or (in short) the "Consultant"). The above mentioned technical assistance under the Institutional Component will be provided by a separate institutional consultant (the "Swiss Institutional Consultant"). Only the technical assistence under the Investment Component falls into the scope of this assignment. The Institutional Component will be dealt with under a separate one. Project Location The Syrdarya region or “oblast” is situated in eastern Uzbekistan. Gulistan is the administrative centre of the oblast and lies 110 km south west of Tashkent. Beshbulok pumping station and its well fields are situated approximately 24 km north-east of Gulistan. By road the distance is approximately 32 kilometres. Beshbulok pumping station and its well fields is one of the three main sources of water in the region and the sole water provider of Gulistan, with a population of approximately 260’000 people. Objective of the Investment Component The overall objective of the investment Component is the provision of a functioning reliable water supply for the people of Gulistan and the people in the twelve semi-rural settlements along the pipeline between Beshbulok and Severnaya pumping stations (24h/day supply with 4’500 m3/h at pressure > 0.5 bar). This should be achieved through physical rehabilitation and upgrading of the Beshbulok pumping station and its well fields as well as the said pipeline. Overall Objective of the Consultant The overall objective of the advisory services provided by the Consultant is to ensure efficient utilization of the part of the Swiss Contribution foreseen for the financing of the Investment Component in compliance with the relevant provisions of the Agreement and other applicable regulations and requirements such as the SECO Procurement Guidelines and SECO's logical framework reporting requirements. The Consultant shall facilitate the timely and effective implementation of the Investment Component by rendering extensive assistance and support to the client, i.e. SRVK (SRVK Management and its PIU respectively) and the PCU in the implementation of the Investment Component, including design, all aspects of procurement, and disbursement.

Territorial water governance in the Gulf of Fonseca Region. The overall objective / impact of the program is to contribuite to the development of a system of integral and inclusive territorial water governace in the region of the Gulf of Fonseca

Agencia Suiza para el Desarrollo y la Cooperación COSUDE / División América Latina y el Caribe / Oficina de Cooperación Suiza en Honduras | Published June 15, 2016  -  Deadline August 8, 2016
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The territorial water governance program in the region of the Gulf of Fonseca (PGHT-RGF) contributes to create spaces for dialogue and peaceful conflict management through water issues in a context of widespread fragility and conflict. The emphasis is on governance and the functioning of the institutional framework for a comprehensive and sustainable management of water resources in the Gulf of Fonseca of the Republic of Honduras. The program complements the initiative of the public sector in the region with the reactivation of the Council of Regional Development and the proper functioning of the Round Tables of Food Security, Climate Change Risk Management and Local Economic Development, within the framework of the Plan of the Nation (2010-2022).
The program measures aim to strengthen the National Plan for Water and Sanitation in Honduras 2014-2018. In addition, the program is supported by the pertinent legal frame-work: the General Water Law, the Framework Law Drinking Water and Sanitation, the Mu-nicipal Law, the Land Use Law and the Law of Forests, Protected Areas and Wildlife. The program is complementary with other programs of the SDC portfolio in the southern re-gion of Honduras, such as: “Nuestra Cuenca Goascorán” and “SurCompite”. The pro-gram is aligned with national and regional policies and plans, with potential strategic alli-ances with other development partners and with the Global Water Program.

The general objective of the program is to contribute to the development of a system of integral and inclusive territorial water governance in the region of the Gulf of Fonseca, ensuring the availability of water in a sustainable and equitable manner. To achieve this objective, the following two outcomes are foreseen:
• The five watershed councils in the Gulf of Fonseca reach agreement and make deci-sions about integral management of water resources, linked with national policies.
• Within the framework of the watershed councils, the local governments in the region of the Gulf of Fonseca lead the process of water management, strategic investments, and the application of best practices for conservation, use and sustainability.

The intervention strategy of the program seeks to impact on 800,000 inhabitants in 45 municipalities located in the five watersheds of the Gulf Region. At the meso level the program will lead to the establishment of a territorial water governance system in the Gulf of Fonseca region, provoking strategic policy changes and ensuring fulfilment of the law. The work at the meso level will be linked with policy work national and implementa-tion at local-municipal level. At this level, the program will strength the territorial institu-tional structures represented by the watershed and sub-watershed councils, so they as-sume leadership and press for application of the General Water Law.

The program promotes strategic water investments that help bring together public and private stakeholders in the region. It also integrates the public investment cycle, the management of municipal investment in watershed development plans. It is also essential to involve the private sector for co-investment and financial leverage to promote citizen and business co-responsibility in the governance of water resources.

The mandatary will be responsible for managing resources and to facilitate the imple-mentation of the program in its first phase for the period 2017-2020, which amount is CHF 7.7 Mio (includes funds for project and service costs). This responsibility shall be coordi-nated with the different stakeholders and SDC. Driving the program and facilitation pro-cess will create greater awareness among the population, promoting consensus and partnerships between authorities and the involved stakeholders. The program provides for three stages of implementation during the period 2017-2027 (12 years).