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RFP - FINANCIAL SUPPORT SCHEME MANAGEMENT AGENT

Lesotho - LESOTHO | Published May 9, 2018  -  Deadline May 31, 2018
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The SE4All project is required to establish the Financial Support Scheme (FSS) to support private sector investment in village-based energization. The Government of Lesotho and UNDP Country Office, therefore require the service of a Management Agent - (Locally registered) to administer, manage and implement the Financial Support Scheme (FSS), with the purpose of jump-starting private sector investment in isolated renewable energy mini-grids and Energy Trading Centres through reduced amount of debt financing required.

National Consultant - Financial Resources Mapping for SDG implementation in Lesotho

Lesotho - LESOTHO | Published September 21, 2017  -  Deadline September 28, 2017
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The Government of Lesotho has committed to implementing the Sustainable Development Goals. At the National level, this implementation involves integration of the agenda into the National Strategic Development Plan (NSDP) and aligning it to the National Budget. Implementation of SDGs will require substantial additional financial resources, coupled with more efficient and effective use of the available resources. Lesotho will need to make effective use of its domestic resources and other official and private flows and explore alternative innovative ways of financing.In this regard, UNDP is looking for a consultant to undertake a preliminary mapping of available resources for SDG implementation to support financing for the achievement of the Agenda 2030 in Lesotho.This study will serve as a starting point in mapping the financial resources currently available from various sources such as the public finance, sovereign debt, ODA, FDI, private finance and others, for SDGs implementation in the country. Submission adress: ls.procurement@undp.org

International Consultant - Financial Engineering Expert

Lesotho - LESOTHO | Published May 11, 2017  -  Deadline May 25, 2017
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SPN – Lesotho - Procurement of IT Equipment - Institutional support for the enhancement of public financial management project – ISEP – 09 2015

 | Published September 8, 2015
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SPECIFIC PROCUREMENT NOTICE (SPN): The Kingdom of Lesotho Name of the Project: INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT FOR THE ENHANCEMENT OF PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PROJECT (ISEP) Procurement of IT Equipment 1. This Specific Procurement Notice follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN) for this project that appeared in UNDB online AfDB41-01/15 dated 22 January 2014 and on the African Development Bank Group’s Internet Website. 2. The Kingdom of Lesotho has received a grant from the African Development Bank Group in the amount of UA 2.6 million towards the cost of Institutional Support for Public Financial Management Project (ISEP). It is intended that part of the proceeds of this grant to cover eligible payments under the contract for Procurement of IT Equipment. 3. The Ministry of Finance now invites sealed bids from prospective bidders for the Supply and delivery of IT Equipment 4. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from and inspect the bidding documents at the office of The Public Financial Management Reform Secretariat , Ministry of Finance, Government Complex, Finance House, Third Floor, Room 3043, Maseru, Lesotho Telephone: +266 28324748. 5. A complete set of bidding documents may be purchased by interested bidders on the submission of a written application to the above and upon payment of a non-refundable fee of M100.00 6. The provisions in the Instructions to Bidders and in the General Conditions of Contract contained in the bidding documents comply with the African Development Bank Standard Bidding Document for the Procurement of Goods, September 2010, revised July 2012. 7. Bids shall be valid for a bid period of 90 days after Bid Opening and must be accompanied by the bid security of M36, 376.00 and must be delivered to the above office at or before 10:00hours on 20th October 2015. 8. Bids will be opened in the presence of bidders’ representatives who choose to attend at 10:00 hours on 20th October 2015 at the offices of PFMRS of the Ministry of Finance, Government Complex, Finance House, Maseru, Third Floor, Tender Boardroom.

RFP - Assessment of Public Financial Management System

Lesotho - LESOTHO | Published July 4, 2017  -  Deadline July 10, 2017
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International Consultant to Support the development of the Lesotho Financial Inclusion Policy

Lesotho - LESOTHO | Published November 29, 2017  -  Deadline December 13, 2017
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Call for proposals

Lesotho - LESOTHO | Published September 27, 2017  -  Deadline October 13, 2017
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The Lesotho SIMM Project is a collaborative initiative of the Ministry of Finance and private sector, and supported by UNDP that is aimed at catalysing inclusive and pro-poor growth by scaling up formal and semiformal financial services for low-income and rural population in Lesotho through mobile money. The vision of the Lesotho SIMM Platform is to facilitate development of a robust mobile money sector which stimulates inclusive growth and meets the diverse needs of Basotho, by encouraging access and adoption of mobile money for personal, business and government transactions as well as supporting knowledge, advocacy, innovations and product diversification, focusing on the bottomof the pyramid populations.UNDP is therefore inviting proposals from interested Innovators and business development service (BDSs) providers with the view to scaling up inclusive business models to support Financial Education, business management and mobile technology literacy under the Lesotho SIMM project.

LS-PFM Reform Support Project - P143197

Public Financial Management Reform Secretariat | Published August 25, 2015  -  Deadline September 18, 2015
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Review And Assessment Of The Integrated Financial Management Information System (ifmis) Information, Communicationand Technology Environment Of The Gol REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ? FIRMS SELECTION) Selection based on Consultants Qualifications (CQS) KINGDOM OF LESOTHO MINISTRY OF FINANCE PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT REFORM SUPPORT PROJECT LoanNo./Credit No./ Grant No.:  5355-LS/ Project Number  P143197 Assignment Title:  Review and assessment of the IntegratedFinancial Management Information System (IFMIS) information, communication and technologyenvironment of theGOL ReferenceNo. (as per Procurement Plan):___________________ The Government of the Kingdom of Lesotho (GOL) has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT REFORM SUPPORT PROJECT,and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services  for the review andassessment of the Integrated Financial Management Information System (IFMIS) information, communication and technology environmentof the GOL in accordance with the organizational structure under the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Science, Communicationand Technology. The delivery schedule for this contract is 1st November 2015 to 31st January 2015 The government of Lesotho through the Ministry of Finance now invites eligibleconsulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provideinformation demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services (brochures,description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc). The shortlisting criteria are ·                    Evidence ofregistration in home country ?                      The firm's corebusiness ?                      Relevantexperience and duration of assignments ?                      Technical andmanagerial capacity ?                      Cost of similarassignments undertaken ?                      Experience insimilar conditions ?                      The availableexperts with experience and qualifications in similar assignments The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the WorldBank's Guidelines: 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'spolicy on conflict of interest. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a subconsultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Selection based onConsultants Qualifications(CQS) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours 0900 to 1630 hours. Expressions of interest mustbe delivered in a written form to the address below(in person, or bymail, or by e-mail) by 18th September2015. The Procurement Officer Public Financial Management ReformSecretariat Ministry of Finance Government Complex, FinanceHouse P.O. Box 395 Maseru, Lesotho email: lsopfm@gmail.com

LS-Water Sector Imp. Proj (Second Phase) - P108143

 | Published August 9, 2016
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Technical Assistance For Utility Operations - Water And Sewerage Company CONTRACT AWARD NOTICE Consultant Award(QCBS) Name ofProject: Lesotho Water Sector Improvement Project(Second Phase) Country: Lesotho Project Number: P108143 Bid/ContractReference No.:                               LWSIP II/CompIII/C/20-2016 Scope of Contract:                                                   Technical Assistance for Utility Operations - Water and SewerageCompany Method ofSelection:                                             Quality CostBased Selection Duration:                                                                 13 Months Contract signaturedate:                                      25th April 2016 Evaluation Currency:                                          United States Dollar Awarded Firm: Name & address* ofconsultant/firm Technical score Financial score Final evaluation price Final Score Final Ranking Final Negotiated Price Seureca Consulting Engineers, Sereca East Africa Limited and DynaconConsulting Services Nairobi, Kenya 78.02 98.83 USD1,659,091.94 82.12 1 ?1,623,837.00 EvaluatedConsultants/Firms Name & address* ofconsultant/firm Technical score Financial score Final evaluated price Final Score Final Ranking Hatch Goba with whitelife Consultants 73.44 100 1,639,634.80 78.75 2 RejectedConsultants/Firms Name & address* ofconsultant/firm Technical score Financial score Final evaluated price Final Score Final Ranking Reasons for Rejection Royal Haskoning DHV in joint venture with GWC ConsultingEngineer 68.12 - - - - Technical proposal not responsive to the terms of reference Aguas de Portugal International, 66.64 - - - - Technical proposal not responsive to the terms of reference SMECInternational 61.44 - - - - Technical proposal not responsive to the terms of reference

LS-PFM Reform Support Project - P143197

Public Financial Management Reform Secretariat | Published January 5, 2016  -  Deadline January 22, 2016
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Ifmis Project Risk And Quality Assurance Individual Consultant REQUEST FOR CURRICULUM VITAE (CONSULTING SERVICES ? INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANCY) KINGDOM OF LESOTHO MINISTRY OF FINANCE PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT REFORM SUPPORT PROJECT LoanNo./Credit No./ Grant No.:  5355-LS/ Project Number  P143197 Assignment Title:  IFMIS Project Risk and Quality AssuranceConsultant ReferenceNo. (as per Procurement Plan):  C5 The Government of the Kingdom of Lesotho (GOL) has received financing from theWorld Bank toward thecost of the PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT REFORM SUPPORT PROJECT, and intends to apply part of the proceeds tohire an Individual Consultant as IFMIS Project Risk and Quality Assurance Consultant. The IFMISProject Risk and Quality Assurance Consultant will provide specialistadvice to contribute to the successful implementation of the Public Finance Management Reform Action Plan (PFMRAP) inthe Ministry of Finance. Specifically the IFMIS Project Risk and Quality Assurance Consultant will assist the IFMIS Project Manager during the implementation and for aperiod after go-live of the upgraded Epicor system, with the specific purpose of project risk management and quality assurance.He/she will be expected to monitor risks andassess quality of work related to key project activities. The services are to be delivered betweenJanuary2016 to October 2016. The government of Lesotho through the Ministry of Finance now invites eligibleindividual consultants to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Individual Consultants should providedetailed curriculum vitae demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The shortlisting criteria are: The consultant should have a post graduate qualification in accounting such as a master's degree or be a CharteredAccountant, with a minimum of 20 yearsrelevant post-graduate experience in financial and business management. He/she should haveexpert knowledge of Public Finance Management operations and processes as well as the integration of PFM into Financial ManagementInformation Systems. Knowledge of Epicor ERP for Government will be an added advantage. He/she will be required to work inconjunction with the IFMIS Project Manager, and GoL staff assigned to the IFMIS upgrade project. He/She will report to the IFMISProject Manager. The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the WorldBank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits& Grants by World Bank Borrowers ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank'spolicy on conflict ofinterest. The Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Individual Consultant method set outin the Consultant Guidelines. Further information (terms of reference) can be obtained at the address below during officehours 0900 to 1630 hours. Application letters complete with detailed curriculum vitae must be delivered in a writtenform to the address below (in person, or by mail, or by e-mail) by 22nd January2016. The Procurement Officer Public Financial Management ReformSecretariat Ministry of Finance Government Complex, FinanceHouse Third Floor, Office #3043 P.O. Box 395 Maseru, Lesotho E-mail: lsopfm@gmail.com

EOI - Lesotho - Lead Consultancy to support development of standard bidding documents, standard reporting format, and the review of the procurement manual – 10 2015

 | Published October 8, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES) LESOTHO Institutional Support for the Enhancement of Public Financial Management Project (ISEP). INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANCY SERVICES: Lead Consultant (Individual) to support development of standard bidding documents, standard reporting format, and the review of the procurement manual. Sector: Public Procurement Advisory Department (PPAD) Financing Agreement reference: 2100155025968 Project ID No.: P-LS-K00-003 The Government of the Kingdom of Lesotho has received financing from the African Development Bank toward the cost of the Institutional Support for the Enhancement of Public Financial Management Project (ISEP), and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this grant to payments under the contract for support of development of standard bidding documents, standard reporting format, and the review of the procurement manual. The services included under this project are: Preparation of standard bidding documents, reporting formats and the review of the Procurement Manual. The estimated period of execution is 90 days. The government of the Kingdom of Lesotho through the Ministry of Finance now invites eligible Individual Consultants to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultants must send CVs that provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services. Required qualifications include: A Master’s degree (or its university equivalent) with a major in a relevant discipline e.g. Procurement Management / Supply Chain Management, Public Policy, Engineering, Economics, Social Sciences, Law. 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” September 2010 revised July 2012, which is available on the Bank’s website at http://www.afdb.org. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours 08.00 hours to 16.30 hours. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by 30th October 2015 at 16.30hours and mention “Lead Consultancy to support development of standard bidding documents, standard reporting format, and the review of the procurement manual. Attn: The Procurement Officer Public Financial Management Reform Secretariat Ministry of Finance Government Complex, Finance House, P.O. Box 395 Maseru, Lesotho E-mail: lsopfm@gmail.com

EOI - Lesotho - Individual consultant for anti-corruption training in public procurement – ISEP – 07 2015

 | Published July 3, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES) LESOTHO Institutional Support for the Enhancement of Public Financial Management Project (ISEP). INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANCY SERVICES: AN INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT FOR ANTI-CORRUPTION TRAINING IN PUBLIC PROCUREMENT Sector: Directorate on Corruption and Economic Offences (DCEO) Financing Agreement reference: 2100155025968 Project ID No.: P-LS-K00-003 The Government of the Kingdom of Lesotho has received financing from the African Development Bank towards the cost of the Institutional Support for the Enhancement of Public Financial Management Project (ISEP), and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this grant to payments under the contract for advisory services on enhancing operations and reporting of public accounts committee in line with international best practices. The services included under this project are: building capacity for public procurement officials and clients to achieve corruption-free public procurement processes. This will include training the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Offences (DCEO) on issues of corruption prevention and investigation in public procurement. The estimated period of execution is 60 days. The Government of the Kingdom of Lesotho through the Ministry of Finance now invites eligible Individual Consultants to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultants must send CVs that provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services. Required qualifications include: Post graduate degree in social sciences, education, law, business, accounting, or any other relevant field from a recognized university. 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” September 2010 revised July 2012, which is available on the Bank’s website at http://www.afdb.org. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours 08.00 hours to 16.30 hours. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by 31st July 2015 at 16.30hours and mention “CONSULTANCY SERVICES ON PUBLIC PROCUREMENT ANTI-CORRUPTION TRAINING FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION OUTREACH PROGRAMME’’ Attn: The Procurement Officer Public Financial Management Reform Secretariat Ministry of Finance Government Complex, Finance House P.O. Box 395 Maseru, Lesotho Tel: +266 28324748/28315589/28328974 E-mail: masechaba.lebotsa@gmail.com cc: msematlane40@hotmail.com

LS-PFM Reform Support Project - P143197

Ministry of Finance | Published June 2, 2015
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General Procurement Notice GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE KINGDOM OF LESOTHO PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT REFORM SUPPORTPROJECT GENERAL PROCUREMENTNOTICE LoanNo. 5355-LS ProjectID No. P143197 The Government of the Kingdom of Lesotho has received financing in the amount ofUS$ 5.5 Million equivalent from the World Banktoward the cost ofthe PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SUPPORT PROJECT, and it intends to apply partof the proceeds to payments for goods, related services and consulting servicesto be procured under this project. Thisproject will be jointly financed by the Government of the Kingdom of Lesotho.[1] The project will include the followingcomponents:Improving the stability and reliability of existing IFMIS, Support forexpansion and modernization of IFMIS platform, Support for change management,training and project management. The following contracts for Goods andServices and willbe procured under National Competitive Bidding ( NCB) procedure and under Quality and Cost Based Selection (QCBS) procedures in the case ofConsultancy Services: ConsultancyServices: ·        Change Management and training. Supply contracts ·        Extension of the IFMIS WAN for connectivity of Ministry offices indistricts. ·        Supply and installation of IFMIS network computers. Procurement of contracts financed by theWorld Bank willbe conducted through the procedures as specified in the World Bank's Guidelines:Procurement under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits(January 2011 edition), and is open to alleligiblebidders as defined in the guidelines. Consulting services will be selected in accordancewith the World Bank's Guidelines:Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers (January 2011edition).[2] Specific procurement notices for contractsfor biddingunder the World Bank's international competitive bidding (ICB) procedures andfor contracts for consultancy services will be announced, as they becomeavailable, in UNDevelopment Business and dgMarket  and inthegovernment website.[3] Interested bidders requiring additionalinformation shouldcontact the address below: The ProcurementOfficer PublicFinancial ManagementReform Secretariat Ministry of Finance Government Complex, FinanceHouse P.O. Box395 Maseru,Lesotho Tel: +266 28324748/28315589/28328974 E-mail: masechaba.lebotsa@gmail.com cc: msematlane40@hotmail.com [1]      Insert asapplicable.

Southern Africa TB and Health Systems - P155658

Ministry of Health | Published August 11, 2016  -  Deadline August 26, 2016
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Vacancies For Project Coordinator, Procurement Specialist, Monitoring And Evaluation Specialist, Project Accountant , Short Term Consultant For Pim Development Project: Southern Africa Tuberculosis and Health Systems SupportProject Location: Maseru,Lesotho BACKGROUND The Kingdom of Lesotho is among four countries participating in the Southern Africa Tuberculosis andHealth Systems Support Project funded by the World Bank. This is a five year project with overall objectives to: (i)improvecoverage and quality of TB control and occupational lung disease services in targeted geographic areas of the participatingcountries; and (ii) strengthen regional capacity to manage the burden of TB and occupational diseases. The Ministry of Health National Tuberculosis Control Program wishes to contract qualified and experienced candidates for thefollowing mentionedpositions 1.     Position Title: Project Coordinator Reports to: National Tuberculosis Programme Manager PURPOSE OF POSITION The Project Coordinator willprovide overall management support tothe Southern Africa Tuberculosis and Health Systems Support Project. Key areas include, work planning, financial management,procurement, resources and communications management.  In line withthe coordination role, the Project Coordinator monitors all project activities to ensure timely implementation and compliance withall reporting and documentation requirements of the Project; and disseminates information related to the project to stakeholdersand other interested parties. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES/ACCOUNTABILITIES The Project Coordinator has the responsibility to ensure the effective and efficient day-to-dayproject implementation under the overall guidance and supervision of the TB Programme Manager. The Project Coordinator will ensure the effective implementation and functioning of the projectincluding project inceptionactivities, annual and quarterly planning and reporting, implementation of project activities, and semiand annual project reviews. The Project Coordinatorwill have the following main responsibilities: ·         Prepare and update project annual and quarterly work plans, and submits these to theMinistry of Health and National Technical Committee for approval. ·         Prepare and participate in quarterly work planning and progressreportingmeetings with the National Technical Committee and concerned MOH departments, Ministry of Labor and Ministry ofMines. ·         Draft tender specifications with support from procurement officer andtechnical departments for key project inputs that require procurement and submit these to the Ministry and World Bank for clearanceand approval, and oversee the procurement of these inputs. ·         Provide technical support to project implementing agencies, reviewtechnical reports and monitor technical activities carried out by these implementing agencies. ·         Ensure that all agreements with implementing agencies are prepared,negotiated and agreed upon. ·         With respect to implementing agencies/subcontractors: o   Ensure that these agencies mobilize and deliver the outputs and outcomes in accordance with their letters ofagreement or contracts, and o   Provide overall supervision and/or coordination of their work to ensure timely delivery of the expectedoutputs. o   Oversee remedial action by MOH departments, other government agencies and NGOs implementing approved projectactivities, where necessary ·         Support the National Tuberculosis Control Program Manager in coordinationof regional level activities of the project and participates in key regional meetings. ·         Coordinate secretariat services for the National TechnicalCommittee. ·         Manages the project budget by ensuring that: o   Project funds are disbursed timely and in accordance with procedures laid out in the Project ImplementationManual; o   Expenditure is in accordance with the approved annual budget and workplans; o   Accounting records and supporting documents are properly kept and financial reports are prepared and submittedin a timely manner; o   Financial operations are transparent and financial procedures/regulations are properly applied;and o   Supervises Project Implementation Unit (PIU)staff and all consultants working for theproject. o   Prepares project progress reports, mid-term review reports and the project final report and World Bankimplementation support missions including a mid-term review mission and an implementation completion review mission, in line withProject Implementation Manual (PIM) and World Bank guidelines. o   Ensure the timely submission of work plans, reports, outputs and other deliverables to MOH and World Bank forreview and evaluation, as appropriate. o   Regularly report to and keep the MOH management and World Bank up-to-date on project progress and implementationissues. Deliverables: ·         Timely preparation of the annual workplans and budgets for project activities and presentation of the work plan and budget for endorsement by the National TechnicalCommittee and approval by the World Bank; ·         Timely reporting on indicators in theResults Framework and for incorporation into the Quarterly Progress Report by implementing partners; ·         Timely compilation of Project QuarterlyProgress Reports for endorsement by the Project Committee; ·         Timely submission of semi-annualreports and quarterly financial reports to the World Bank and to other stakeholders as stipulated by the Project ImplementationManual; ·         Organize and hold quarterly progressmeetings as well as compiling minutes thereof and distribution of minutes to members for endorsement; ·         Timely submission of up-dates on theAgreed upon Actions with the World Bank after every World Bank Mission; ·         Timely submission of inception reportsand other deliverables according to the contracts signed by consultants/firms; ·        Ensure that allexpenditures are within the approved budgets in consultation with Project Accountant and National Tuberculosis Programme Manager ·        Advise fundingrecipients on timely expenditure of allocated and approved funds in line with annual work plans; ·        Coordinateimplementation of decisions of the National Technical Committee; ·        Ensure implementationof the project procurement plan, in collaboration with the Procurement officer on the project ·         Any other duties as assigned by the National TB ProgrammeManager DURATION OF ASSIGNMENT ·         Initial two-year contract, subject to a performance reviewafter the first year. Possibility of extension beyond the two years depending on performance and project needs. QUALIFICATIONS The Project Coordinator will meet thefollowing minimum criteria: ·         Post graduate degree in project management, public health, economics, healthadministration or related field is a requirement with proven project management experiencein Southern Africa. Prior workingexperience in Lesotho an added advantage. ·         At least 8 years of extensive experience at senior project management, planning andimplementation is required and familiarity with donor development projects is an asset ·         Strong analytical skills, oral and written communication and team buildingskills ·         Substantial experience in leading teams of national and international experts ·         Excellent orientation, interpersonal and diplomatic skills, ability to support dialoguewith highlevel government officials. ·         Track record of project management. Experience in managing World Bank funded project anadded advantage. ·         Proven analytical skills and writing ability, as demonstrated by reports andpublications ·         Proven ability to work effectively and manage complex relationships with multipledevelopment partners, and good knowledge and network at the Health Sector in the country. ·          Good networking skills ·         A track record of teamwork and ability to produce high-quality results and outputs underpressureand minimal supervision. ·         Excellent oral and written communication skills in English. Fluent in one or more locallanguages. Competencies In addition to the above, the successfulcandidate is expected to demonstrate the following competencies: ·         Resultsoriented, team player, innovative and creative ·         Experiencedproject coordinator with solid technical skills in programme management, quality assurance, results monitoring, financial budgetingand monitoring ·         Ability towork under pressure and in a fast changing environment ·         Ability tolead teams, motivate staff and workindependently ·         Demonstratedskills in Microsoft Office Suite applications, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint ·         Excellentplanning and organizational skills ·         Excellentknowledge of use of innovative communications tools ·         International and multicultural experience ? Lead and Innovate ? encourages and workswith others to identify, incubate and implement relevant solutions. Identifies opportunities in changing circumstances andenergizes others to continuously improve, using intentional strategies to boost morale, team spirit, andproductivity. ? Develops and supports solutions that showunderstanding of howclients and/or own work achieves results that are financially, environmentally and socially sustainable. Sharesnew insights based on in-depth understanding of the client and recommends solutions for current and future needs of clients. Holdsself and team accountable for risk management and outcomes. Reporting The Project Coordinator will report to the National TB Programme Manager and will work closely withthe other technical staff in the TB program,  relevant MOH departments  and other lineministries Time Commitment 100% Compensation A competitive salary will be offered to the successful candidate in line with Kingdom of Lesotho norms and World Bankconsultancy guidelines 2.     Position   Title: Procurement Specialist Reports to: TB Programme Manager and Project Coordinator PURPOSE OF POSITION The aim of the position is to lead the procurement function of the projectfrom procurement planning, implementation, contracting and contract management including reporting. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES/ ACCOUNTABILITIES The Procurement officerwill have the following main responsibilities: GeneralTasks: 1)     Provide inputduring development of procurement plans; and ensure that major procurement requests are incorporated into the annual procurementplan. 2)     Receive and numberPurchase Request Forms (PRF) 3)     Ensure that allnecessary information concerning specifications, approval, budget code, authorizations and expected delivery dates; anddistribution list are incorporated in or attached to PR. 4)     Carry outprocurement activities in line with Government and World Bankprocurement policies and procedures 5)     Assist withcollection of quotations 6)     Preparation ofannual and updated procurement plans 7)     Register eachsealed and labeled bid as it arrives, stamp it with the date and time of arrival, and place it unopened in a bid box/submit toDirector of Operations and Compliance, as appropriate 8)     Enter quoted pricesinto a Bid Analysis Sheet (BAS); for review by Procurement department 9)     Follow up theapproval and authorization of BAS. 10) Knowledge ofpreparationof Local Purchase Orders (LPO), Request for Proposals (RFP), procurement notices, advertisements 11) Complete paymentdocumentation checklist 12) Properly record andindicate the above process in an electronic tracking tool. 13) Prepare weeklyprocurement status reports and share the reports with Management and Program Managers, using the prescribed format. 14) Ensure that allprocurement documents are properly copied and filed accordingly. 15) Incorporateprocurement audits and reviews as part of routine procurement operations Filing 16) Providessupport/monitoran efficient, effective, and systematic filing system for all procurement-related information and documentationensuring easy access and tracking Information Sharing andReporting 17) Provide feedbackfor requesting unit/person on urgent procurement requests 18) Inform therequesting unit/person about receiving of   goods purchased 19) Provide weeklystatus verbal report to the Project Coordinator on the progress of procurement priorities and notifying management of foreseen andunforeseen procurement risks 20) Submitting periodic(quarterly) procurement status reports to the Project Coordinator and TB Programme Manager and World Bank procurementspecialist 21) Training ororientate ofjunior Ministry of Health, Mines and Labor and Employment on World Bank procurement guidelines and operations forcontinued sustainability RelatedDuties 22) Ensure procurementsupport 23) Monitor Vendortransaction updates, maintain updated Vendor Register and assist with preparation of Vendor Agreements 24) Any other duties asprescribed by the TB programme manager and project coordinator DURATION OF ASSIGNMENT ·         Initial two-year contract, subject to review after thefirst year with possibly of extension dependent on performance. QUALIFICATIONS The Procurement Officer will meet thefollowing minimum criteria: ·        The applicant shallhave a Bachelor's Degree in one of the following: Accounting, Finance, Economics, Supply Chain and/or Procurement. Havinga Master'sdegree would be an added advantage. ·        He/she must have atleast 7 years of working experience in executing procurement functions of which at least 5 years must be in Donor funded projectsand Government ·        Must have familiaritywith Government of Lesotho procurement policies, procedures and procurement laws and it is desirable familiar with the World BankProcurement procedures and Guidelines. ·        Contribute to overallprocurement planning for the TB programme and theproject ·        Any other procurementduties to this job description as may be requiredby the TB Programme Manager Competencies In addition to the above, the successfulcandidate is expected to demonstrate the following competencies: ? Familiarity with value for money principlesin procurement ? Contract management procedures andexperience ? Procurement planning and monitoring ofgoods, services, works and consultancy contracts ? Sound understanding of supply chain andprocurement knowledge and high level of integrity ? Lead and Innovate ? encourages and workswith others to identify, incubate and implement relevant procurement solutions. Identifies opportunities in changing circumstancesand energizes others to continuously improve, using intentional strategies to boost morale, team spirit, andproductivity. ? Develops and supports procurement solutionsthat show understanding of how clients and/or own work achieves results that are financially, environmentally and sociallysustainable. Shares new insights based on in-depth understanding of the Ministry of Health and recommendssolutions for current andfuture needs of clients. Holds self and team accountable for risk management and outcomes. Reporting TheProcurement officer will administratively report to the TB programme manager Time Commitment 100% with the project at Tuberculosis Programme Compensation A competitive salary will be offered as per Kingdom of Lesotho norms for public officers and World Bank consultancyguidelines 3.      Position Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist Reports to: TB Programme Manager PURPOSE OF POSITION The Ministry of Health National Tuberculosis Control Program wishes to contract a qualified andexperienced candidate for the Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist position under The Southern Africa Tuberculosis and Health Systems SupportProject KEY RESPONSIBILITIES/ACCOUNTABILITIES TheMonitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Specialist will undertake the following duties: ·         Develop a monitoring and evaluation plan of the Southern AfricaTuberculosis and Health Systems Support Project based on the approved regional indicators and resultsframework ·         Develop additional indicators to track implementation progress forLesotho as directed by management of the Ministry of Health (MOH) ·         Work closely with the Project Implementation Unit members and theproject implementing entities at National and regional level (Ministry of Mining, Ministry of Labor and Employment, ECSA-HC andNEPAD) to support planning, performance monitoring  andreporting ·         Support the compilation and verification ofdata for the results framework for the Ministry of Health ·         Contribute to the draftingof the semi-annual and annual reports  under the guidance of the  Project Coordinator ·         Lead baseline data collection, including quality assurance processes toensure robust data forthe National TB Program ·         Lead technical planning of national (i.e. National TBprevalence survey) and sub-national surveys on TB and TB-HIV as directed by the MOH ·         Undertake supportivesupervision visits to districts and provide hands on technical support to district teams on M&E ·         Undertake performancereviews of public sector agenciesand NGOs contracted under the project ·         Support the routine TB programme collection,analysis and aggregation of data from district tonational level ·         Represent Lesotho in the regional M&E community of practice to be established under theSouthern Africa Tuberculosis and Health Systems Support Project ·         Contribute to overall M&E strategy for the TB programme and the project ·         Lead documentation of best practices and lessons learned under theproject ·         Provide support to the MOH in other technical areas as directed by the TB ProgramManager DURATION OF ASSIGNMENT Initial two-year contract, subject to review after the first year with possibility of extension beyondthe two years dependent on performance. QUALIFICATIONS The Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist willmeet the followingminimum criteria: Applicants with Masters Degree in public health, economics, statisticsor related field are desired or a first degree in health sciences or statistics with at least 7 years' experience in monitoring andevaluation activities in public health. The applicant must have experience in health research and data management. The applicantmust have operational understanding of monitoring and evaluation concepts, and strong data collection, analysis and reportingskills.  Prior professional training on TB is an added advantage. Proficiency in Excel, PowerPoint and statistics software such as Epi-Info, Access, SPSS and STATA isrequired. Competencies In addition to the above, the successfulcandidate is expected to demonstrate the following competencies: ? Familiarity with latest development inmonitoring and evaluation practices ? Ability to critically assess the performanceof health systems, to identify key challenges and solutions. ? Lead and Innovate ? encourages and workswith others to identify, incubate and implement relevant solutions. Identifies opportunities in changing circumstances andenergizes others to continuously improve, using intentional strategies to boost morale, team spirit, andproductivity. ? Develops and supports solutions that showunderstanding of howclients and/or own work achieves results that are financially, environmentally and socially sustainable. Sharesnew insights based on in-depth understanding of the Ministry of Health and recommends solutions for current and future needs ofclients. Holds self and team accountable for risk management and outcomes. Reporting The Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist will report tothe National TB Program Managerand will work closely with the other technical staff in the TB program and relevant MOH departments Time Commitment 100% Compensation A competitive salary will be offered to the successful candidate in line with Kingdom of Lesotho norms and World Bankconsultancy guidelines 4.      Position Title: Project Accountant Reports to: TB Programme Manager Date ofIssue: BACKGROUND The Kingdom of Lesotho is among four countries participating in the Southern Africa Tuberculosis andHealth Systems Support Project funded by the World Bank. This is a five year project with overall objectives to: (i)improvecoverage and quality of TB control and occupational lung disease services in targeted geographic areas of the participatingcountries; and (ii) strengthen regional capacity to manage the burden of TB and occupational diseases. PURPOSE OF POSITION The Project Accountant will be responsible for accounting, internal control and overall financialmanagement within the Project Implementation Unit, as well as supervision of the financial monitoring of implementing agencies. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES/ACCOUNTABILITIES The Project Accountant will be responsible to maintain the financial management system,financial reporting, bank and cash management, budget management and payroll administration . Specific Tasks a. Planning and Budgeting b. Financial System Maintenance ·         Ensure that appropriate finance systems are maintained, andthat all procedures and controls are implemented. ·         Manage accounting and reporting systems software(s). ·         Ensure that all transactions are properly accounted for in theAccounting System. ·         Monitor financial disbursement and all administrative procedures inline with Kingdom of Lesotho and World Bank requirements. ·         Management of the GeneralLedger in AccountingSystems ·         Ensure accuracy and completeness offinancial data inthe accounting system c. Financial Reporting ·         Prepare the monthly financial accounting reports and reconciliations atthe end of each month ·         Provide any other financial information, as requested, and respond to any otherfinancial queries by the Project Coordinator ·         Provide assistance in compiling and consolidating accounts and preparing unaudited andaudited project accounts for each fiscal year. ·         Ensure timeliness of required financial report to the government and World Bank on aregular basis d. Bank and Cash Management ·         Manage bank accounts, and the disbursement of funds from the central bank to projectaccounts ·         Perform Bank reconciliations ·         Monitor cash flow and cash projections and ensure that sufficient funds are alwaysavailable in the bank. e. Budget Management ·         Assist the Project Coordinator and TB Programme Manager in thepreparation and review of all annual budgets and projections. ·         Assist the Project Manager in the collation of budgets and budgetforecast from budget managers. ·         Liaise regularly with budget holders on budgetmonitoring ·         Review and monitor project performance and make recommendations inrelation to financial management f. Participate and supporting the Project Implementation Unit (PIU)in preparation and submission of auditing requirements g. Provide an internal financial management control function withinPIU expenditures h. Payroll Administration: ·         Prepare Organization Payroll on a monthly basis ·         Ensure all payroll statutory deductions are remitted on time to the relevantauthorities ·         Prepare and Submit Monthly, Quarterly and Annual statutory returns to relevant toall relevant authorities ·         Ensure timely submission of payroll cheques to thebank DURATION OF ASSIGNMENT Initial two-year contract, subject to a performance review after thefirst year. Possibility of extensionbeyond the two years depending on performance and project needs. QUALIFICATIONS The Project Accountant will meet the followingminimum criteria: The applicant shall have Bachelor Degree inAccounting and Finance. The applicant must also have completed CPA orACCA or CIMA .S/he must have a minimum of 5 years of experience in a similar finance team working in donor funded projects.Applicant is expected to have high-levelknowledge of and efficiency with Microsoft Excel and Word required. Knowledge of Tompro and other financialmanagement accounting software systems is also required.  The applicant is expected to have a provenknowledge of budgeting, accounting and cash control processes required and World Bank experience isdesirable Competencies In addition to the above, the successfulcandidate is expected to demonstrate the following competencies: ? Sound understanding of financial managementand high level of integrity Ø  Familiarity with Funds flows and disbursementmanagement; a)             Accounting and information system; b)             Internal control and management oversight arrangements, including internalaudit; c)             Financial reporting; and d)            Internal and External audit arrangements e)             International and local accounting and reporting standards ? Lead and Innovate ? encourages and workswith others to identify, incubate and implement relevant procurement solutions. Identifies opportunities in changing circumstancesand energizes others to continuously improve, using intentional strategies to boost morale, team spirit, andproductivity. ? Develops and supports procurement solutionsthat show understanding of how clients and/or own work achieves results that are financially, environmentally and sociallysustainable. Shares new insights based on in-depth understanding of the Ministry of Health and recommendssolutions for current andfuture needs of clients. Holds self and team accountable for risk management and outcomes. Reporting TheProject Accountant will administratively report to the TB Programme Manager Time Commitment 100% with the Tuberculosis Control Programme Compensation A competitive salary will be offered to the successful candidate in line with Kingdom of Lesotho norms and World Bankconsultancy guidelines 5.      Position Title:             Short Term Consultant to develop ProjectImplementation Manual (PIM) Reports to:                 TB Programme Manager Objective The purpose of this Assignment is to assist theGovernment of Lesotho in: a) reviewing mechanisms and modalities for sound implementation arrangements for the project; and b)producing a Project Implementation Manual (PIM).  The manual will serve as the mainreference for project staff and other stakeholders on project-related management, implementation, procurement and financialadministration.  Specifically, the PIM will outline institutional arrangements, systemand procedures for project planning, implementation, monitoring ofactivities, fiduciary and administrative management andevaluation ofimpact at both at national and sub-national levels for implementing ministries and contractedentities. The PIM will have five components or areasof focus, namely: a) Financial Operations; b) Procurement  Operations and  contracting of services providers to support the implementation of the project; (c)  governance arrangements for the project; (d) documentation, monitoring and evaluation; and(e) implementation arrangements. The assignment willrequire rapid mobilization and a senior level consultant with a proven track record with the design and development of complexmanuals. Tasks Phase1 Drawing from keynational documents of the MOH, the Project Appraisal Document (PAD), and country investment plan, the main tasks of the consultantwill be to support the Kingdom of Lesotho prepare the PIM which will include, inter alia: ·         A brief but clear description ofthe Project that includes some background information (e.g., context, objectives, components, organizational framework, relationswith other institutional participants, etc.); ·         Institutional arrangements of theMOH, Mines, Labor and regional organizations, i.e. ECSA-HC and NEPAD for the management of the Project (including,inter alia,allocation of responsibilities among staff, yearly planning of activities and budget and time allocation for thoseactivities); ·         Detailed arrangements for the overall implementation of the Project(including, inter alia, a description of the roles and responsibilities of the variousinstitutional partners, asneeded); ·         The guidelinesand process for the preparation of the Annual WorkPlans; ·         Procedures forimplementation of each project component and sub component;includingperformance-based contracting of non-state actors under the Project; ·         Financial management and procurement processes for the Project (adetailed annex on financial management and procurement to be developed in line with the Kingdom of Lesotho processes and World Bankfiduciary processes; ·         Governance of the Project including detailed processes and procedures toguide the National Technical Committee; ·         Complaint handling mechanisms in relation to the project to enhanceaccountability for  service delivery at national, district and health facility levels;and ·         The guidelinesfor the implementation of the Healthcare Waste ManagementPlans in connection with the carrying out of the Project. Phase 2 Once the PIM is cleared by the Ministry of Health and World Bank, theconsultant is also expected to support the Kingdom of Lesotho in providing training (e.g., sensitization & in-depthtraining). Timetable and Reporting Theindicative timetable for this assignment is a maximum of 40 days. The consultant will report to the National Tuberculosis ProgrammeManager. Qualification Advanced degree in public health or administrationExtensive experience in project, financial management and administration (at least 5years in a direct implementation role) At least five years of experience in the designing and/or implementing health orrelated  projects/programsKnowledge/experience of World Bank operations guidelines including fiduciary andsafeguards guidelinesKnowledge/experience of Kingdom of Lesotho Government policies andoperationsExperience of preparing procedure manuals for guiding the implementation of projects orprogramsSound understanding of current Lesotho contextExcellent writing skills in English Interested and suitability qualified candidates should hand deliver theirapplications indicating the position on the subject line of letter and envelope together with detailed curriculum vitae indicatingwork experience, current remuneration and copies of testimonials (day time telephone contacts, names and telephone contacts of 3referees to reach the undersigned not later than August 26, 2016 at 16:00 hours) to ProcurementManager ProcurementUnit Ground Floor,  Room G03 Ministry ofHealth Corner Constitution &Linare Roads Kingdom ofLesotho Telephone: (+266) 22326114or (+266) 22328957/8 Sendyour applications (CV and Cover letter) both electronically to: ramoabinthako@gmail.com ; qlejota@gmail.com and abiamalefane@yahoo.co.uk Only shortlisted and successfulcandidates will be contacted.

EOI - Lesotho - Consultancy to review existing public procurement legal framework for Kingdom of Lesotho and to support development of New Public Procurement Policy and related Legislations – 10 2015

 | Published October 8, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES) LESOTHO Institutional Support for the Enhancement of Public Financial Management Project (ISEP). INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANCY SERVICES: Lead Consultant (Individual) to review existing public procurement legal framework for Kingdom of Lesotho and to support development of New Public Procurement Policy and related Legislations. Sector: Public Procurement Advisory Department (PPAD) Financing Agreement reference: 2100155025968 Project ID No.: P-LS-K00-003 The Government of the Kingdom of Lesotho has received financing from the African Development Bank toward the cost of the Institutional Support for the Enhancement of Public Financial Management Project (ISEP), and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this grant to payments under the contract for review of public procurement legal framework and support of new public procurement policy and related legislations. The services included under this project are: to assist the PPAD in reviewing country’s procurement legal and legislative framework to determine whether they adhere to the principles of economy, efficiency and transparency and whether they are broadly consistent with regional and international good procurement practice standards and further prepare a new procurement act and regulations. The estimated period of execution is 90 days. The government of the Kingdom of Lesotho through the Ministry of Finance now invites eligible Individual Consultants to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultants must send CVs that provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services. Required qualifications include: At least a Master’s/ Post-graduate degree (or its university equivalent) with a major in a relevant discipline e.g.; Engineering, Architecture, Procurement, Supply chain management, Law, Management, Commerce or related field.  Proven familiarity with and experience in the practice of procurement of goods and works and the acquisition of consultancy services under donor funding conditions.  At least 10 years of relevant and progressive experience in the formulation and implementation of procurement-specific policies, programs and projects in Africa or other developing countries at National level.  The Consultant should have a minimum of ten years’ experience practicing in reviewing and drafting legal documents at national level.  Specific knowledge and experience in multilateral institutions procurement procedures will be a distinct advantage;  Good knowledge of COMESA procurement system reforms and procurement legal framework would be and added advantage.  Experience in training, capacity building and setting up procurement systems in a new organisation will be a distinct advantage;  Computer literacy and competence, Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Power Point;  Fluency in written and spoken English;  Excellent analytical skills and report writing. 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” September 2010 revised July 2012, which is available on the Bank’s website at http://www.afdb.org. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours 08.00 hours to 16.30 hours. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by 30th October 2015 at 16.30hours and mention “Consultancy to review existing public procurement legal framework for Kingdom of Lesotho and to support development of New Public Procurement Policy and related Legislations”. Attn: The Procurement Officer Public Financial Management Reform Secretariat Ministry of Finance Government Complex, Finance House, P.O. Box 395 Maseru, Lesotho E-mail: lsopfm@gmail.com

EOI – Lesotho - Organization of Internal Audit, Development of Internal Audit Manual and Guidelines as well as Operationalization of Audit Committee (AC) – ISEP - 12 2015

 | Published December 18, 2015
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AfDB's VP SG Simultaneous disclosure Declassified Key documents Board Documents Policy Documents Strategy Documents Project & Operations Project-related Procurement Publications Environmental & Social Assessments Financial Information Legal Documents All Documents Useful Links Integrity and Anti-Corruption AfDB Group's Long Term Strategy Countries Field Office Contacts AfDB and IATI MapAfrica Civil Society Initiatives & Partnerships Explore what we do Sectors Agriculture & Agro-industries Climate Change Economic & Financial Governance Education Energy & Power Environment Gender Health Human Capital Development Information & Communication Technology Infrastructure Private Sector Transport Water Supply & Sanitation Topics Civil Society Employment Financial Crisis Food Production Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Partnerships Poverty Reduction Quality Assurance & Results Regional Integration Sanctions System Structural Transformation Youth Ebola Independent Development Evaluation (IDEV) Select a country Explore our activities Please select a country North Africa - Algeria - Egypt - Libya - Mauritania - Morocco - Tunisia West Africa - Benin - Burkina Faso - Cape Verde - Côte d’Ivoire - Gambia - Ghana - Guinea - Guinea-Bissau - Liberia - Mali - Niger - Nigeria - Senegal - Sierra Leone - Togo East Africa - Burundi - Comoros - Djibouti - Eritrea - Ethiopia - Kenya - Rwanda - Seychelles - Somalia - South Sudan - Sudan - Tanzania - Uganda Central Africa - Cameroon - Central African Republic - Chad - Congo - Democratic Republic of Congo - Equatorial Guinea - Gabon - Madagascar Southern Africa - Angola - Botswana - Lesotho - Malawi - Mauritius - Mozambique - Namibia - São Tomé & Príncipe - South Africa - Swaziland - Zambia - Zimbabwe Terms & Conditions Disclosure and Access to Information Sitemap Search Glossary RSS Feeds Facebook Twitter Instagram Photos Flickr Photos Youtube Videos RSS Email © 2015 African Development Bank Group Web design agency - Liquid Light

EOI - Lesotho - Consultancy Service - Consolidation of Scheme of Service on Professionalization of Procurement Function – ISEP - 12 2015

 | Published December 18, 2015
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December 31st 2000 January 1st 1991 – December 31st 1995 January 1st 1986 – December 31st 1990 January 1st 1981 – December 31st 1985 January 1st 1976 – December 31st 1980 Before and up to December 31st 1975 Countries* Algeria Angola Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Côte d’Ivoire Democratic Republic of Congo Djibouti Egypt Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Ethiopia Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau Kenya Lesotho Liberia Libya Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique Namibia Niger Nigeria Rwanda São Tomé & Príncipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland Tanzania Togo Tunisia Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe Topics* African Carbon Support Program African Fertilizer Financing Mechanism African Financial Markets Initiative (AFMI) African Financing Partnership African Guarantee Fund for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises African Legal Support Facility African Peer Review 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LS-PFM Reform Support Project - P143197

Public Financial Management Reform SecretariatMinistry of Finance | Published June 16, 2015  -  Deadline July 10, 2015
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Individual Consultant For Software Specialist To Assess Ifmis Payment Process Utilizing Electronic Funds Transfer REQUEST FOR CURRICULUM VITAE (CONSULTING SERVICES ? INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANCY) KINGDOMOFLESOTHO MINISTRY OFFINANCE PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT REFORM SUPPORT PROJECT LoanNo./Credit No./Grant No.:  5355-LS/ Project Number  P143197 Assignment Title:  Individual Consultant for Softwarespecialist to assess IFMIS Payment process utilizing Electronic Funds Transfer Reference No. (as per Procurement Plan):___________________ The Government of the Kingdom of Lesotho (GOL) has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the PUBLIC FINANCIALMANAGEMENT REFORM SUPPORT PROJECT, and intends to apply part of the proceeds for Individual Consulting services. The Individual consultant will review and assess the present EFTpayments process functionality. He/she will assess the readiness of the present interface functionality to expand to otherMinistries and District Councils withCBL bank accounts. The delivery schedule for this contract is 1st August 2015 to30th September 2015[1] The government of Lesotho through the Ministry of Finance now inviteseligible Individual consultants to indicate their interest in providing the Services. InterestedConsultants should provideinformation demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The shortlisting criteria are: The Software Development Specialist will have at least 5 years' experience in developing andimplementing data interface programs. He or she must be fully conversant in developing EFT interfaces for the transmission ofpayment data to banking institutions and befamiliar with the data requirements of banks for such systems. He or she must also havea good understanding of the environmental factors such as network capacity and speed required to effectively transmit data. He orshe must be conversant with the security requirements to safeguard the completeness and accuracy of data both from the ERP systemas well as the banking system perspectives. The attention of interested Individual Consultants is drawn to paragraph1.9 of the World Bank'sGuidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loansand IDA Credits & Grants byWorld Bank Borrowers ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth theWorld Bank's policy on conflictof interest. The Individual Consultant will be selected in accordance with the individual Consultancy methodset out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information (terms of reference) can beobtained at the address below during office hours 0900 to 1630 hours. Application letters complete with detailed curriculum vitae must be delivered in a written form tothe address below (in person, or by mail, or by e-mail) by 10th July2015. The ProcurementOfficer Public Financial Management ReformSecretariat Ministry of Finance Government Complex, FinanceHouse P.O. Box 395 Maseru, Lesotho Tel: +266 28315589/28328974 E-mail: masechaba.lebotsa@gmail.com cc: msematlane40@hotmail.com

LS-PFM Reform Support Project - P143197

Public Financial Management Reform Secretariat, Ministry of Finance | Published June 15, 2015  -  Deadline July 10, 2015
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Consultancy For Information Technology Assessment REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ? FIRMS SELECTION) Selection based on Consultants Qualifications (CQS) KINGDOMOFLESOTHO MINISTRY OFFINANCE PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT REFORM SUPPORT PROJECT LoanNo./Credit No./Grant No.:  5355-LS/ Project Number  P143197 Assignment Title:  Consultancy for InformationTechnology Assessment Reference No. (as per Procurement Plan):___________________ The Government of the Kingdom of Lesotho (GOL) has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the PUBLIC FINANCIALMANAGEMENT REFORM SUPPORT PROJECT, and intends to apply part ofthe proceeds for consulting services  for the review and assessment of the Integrated FinancialManagement Information System (IFMIS) information,communication and technology environment of the GOL in accordance with the organizational structure under the Ministry of Financeand the Ministry of Science,Communication and Technology The delivery schedule for this contract is 1st August 2015 to31st October 2015 The government of Lesotho through the Ministry of Finance now inviteseligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants shouldprovide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services(brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of  appropriate skills among staff, etc). The shortlisting criteria are ·                    Evidence ofregistration in home country ?                      The firm'score business ?                      Relevantexperience and duration of assignments ?                      Technical andmanagerial capacity ?                      Cost ofsimilar assignments undertaken ?                      Experience insimilar conditions ?                      The availableexperts with experience and qualifications in similar assignments The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of theWorld Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDACredits & Grants by World BankBorrowers January 2011 revised July 2014 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the WorldBank's policy on conflict of interest. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint ventureor a sub consultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Selection based onConsultants Qualifications (CQS) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can beobtained at the address below during officehours 0900 to 1630 hours. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the addressbelow (in person, or by mail, or by e-mail) by 10th July2015. The ProcurementOfficer Public Financial Management ReformSecretariat Ministry of Finance Government Complex, FinanceHouse P.O. Box 395 Maseru, Lesotho Tel: +266 28315589/28328974 E-mail: masechaba.lebotsa@gmail.com cc: msematlane40@hotmail.com

EOI - Lesotho - Consulting services to support the development of Audit Regulations/Instructions for the Office of Auditor General in compliance with INTOSAI standards - ISSAI

 | Published April 22, 2016
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