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DCI — detailed preliminary studies and drawing up the invitation to tender dossiers for securing the water resources of sugar estates in Côte d'Ivoire

Deputy National Authorising Officer | Published January 20, 2012  -  Deadline February 20, 2012
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45240000, 45252127

This concerns: — carrying out detailed design studies, — drawing up invitation to tender dossiers, for the construction and/or rehabilitation of systems to treat water used industrially, and for irrigation, by sugar estates in Côte d'Ivoire. The consultant: — will write, from data on the parameters of industrial effluents, a technical study on the construction and/or rehabilitation of systems to treat water from sugar estates, — will provide a financial estimate of the works. In a second phase, the consultant: — will draw up an analysis of irrigation systems (reservoirs, pipe networks and pumping stations), — will draw up a technical study for their rehabilitation, — will draw up the related invitation to tender dossiers.

EOI - Ivory Coast - Junior consultant for Support to the implementation of the ADB work program in Ivory Coast - ORWA - September 2015

 | Published September 14, 2015
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NOTICE FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK "Regional Department of West Africa (ORWA)" ICC Building, Rue John Paul II - PLATEAU 01 PO Box 01 1387 ABIDJAN, IVORY COAST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST REQUIRED INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT JUNIOR (under the age of thirty-two (32) years with a minimum of two (2) and a maximum of five (5) years experience) Brief description of the mission: Support for the Program implementation ADB working in Ivory Coast issuer Department of application: ORWA Duty station: Abidjan Mission Duration: 6 months Expected start date of the assignment: October 1, 2015 Detailed Terms of Reference of the assignment: View below Deadline to express interest: September 21st, 2015 All necessary questions and clarifications will be sent to: P.Yembiline@afdb.org TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR THE RECRUITMENT OF A JUNIOR ECONOMIST: ------ ------ ----- Introduction / Background 1.1 The Ivory Coast is experiencing a new economic impetus after a long period of economic stagnation The conflict has caused a drop of over 40% of real per capita income compared the 1978 record level and the poverty rate Following the post-election crisis, the new government implemented an economic recovery program based on the National Plan The economic situation has improved significantly since 2012, GDP grew by an average of 9% annually in standardization context of the security situation and Ivory Coast appears since 2014 among the top 10 reformers in the world under the Doing Business report of the World Bank Group, moving from 124th to 44th place worldwide between 2014 and 2015 in terms regulations relating to starting a business. 1.2 In spite of this improvement in the economy and strong political will to continue the reforms, growth still relies on the production and export of agricultural commodities including, very Furthermore, this growth was insufficient in a regrd strong and urgent social demand exacerbated by the long period of economic stagnation The Government is very aware of the situation and is considering restructuring the national economy around new possible vehicles for industrial processing but Surtour to look for levers that can help to expand benefits of growth to women, unemployed youth and to certain disadvantaged regions of the country. 1.3 The Ivorian authorities have requested the support of the Bank for the conduct of a number of economic studies to enable them to better integrate issues of inclusive growth, sustainable development but also for the development of competitiveness implement the Plan ADB wants to use this opportunity to build a database to guide the preparation of its Country Strategy Paper (CSP) 2017-2022. 1.4 It is in this context that the ADB plans to recruit a consultant to prepare the terms of reference of ESW accordance with its work program for Côte The Consultant will be based in Abidjan. They will be held at ADB headquarters in Abidjan where will conduct field missions are for a period of six (6) calendar months. Mission Statement The purpose of the mission is to support the department of western region (ORWA) in the development of the concept note of the study on inclusive growth; data collection and document preparations such as the African Economic Outlook (Section Ivory Coast) and the loan program and the co-financing of the Country Strategy Paper (CSP) of the Ivory Coast. Main activities and deliverables  Development of the study concept note to improve the competitiveness of the economy and the quality of growth by focusing on inclusive growth and the transition to a This note will be prepared on the basis of a framework that will be communicated to the Consultant including a specific form for submissions from fudiciaires Fund for funding this study  Preparation of a note for mobilizing and exploiting new sources of development financing for support of ADB to Ivory Coast under the Country Strategy Paper (CSP);  Participation in information-gathering and drafting of the section on Ivory Coast Economic Outlook report in Africa;  Contribution to work on the mid-term review of the Country Strategy Paper (CSP) 2013-2017 Côte d'Ivoire  Any other work of ORWA department. Management / supervision mission under the Consultant will oversee the Country Economist

EOI – Côte d’Ivoire - Consultancy to Develop Tools and Guidelines for Mainstreaming Regional Integration in Bank Operations – ONRI – 03 2015

 | Published March 19, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK Expressions of Interest (EOI) for Consultancy to Develop Tools and Guidelines for Mainstreaming Regional Integration in Bank Operations Brief description of the Assignment: The NEPAD, Regional Integration and Trade Department (ONRI) is responsible for coordinating regional integration activities of the Bank. Its internal roles include leading the preparation, review and implementation of regional operations programming tools, mainly the RISPs; the management of the ADF regional operations envelop through the Regional Operations Prioritization Framework; ensuring that regional dimensions are reflected in country strategy papers (CSPs) and in appraisal reports of Bank operations; and providing technical leadership to the design of regional integration and trade programs, including advice to sector departments on their selection and implementation of soft infrastructure interventions. In light of the above ONRI is seeking the services of regional integration experts to submit expressions of interest to provide support in developing the guidelines and tools for mainstreaming regional integration in Bank operations. Department issuing the request: NEPAP, Regional Integration and Trade (ONRI) Place of assignment: ONRI.2 located at the Bank’s Headquarters, Abidjan, Ivory Coast. Duration of the assignment: Three (3) months. Date of commencement: 06 April 2015 Detailed Terms of reference for the assignment: The Detailed Terms of Reference are provided below Deadline for applications: March 25, 2014 Applications with a CV to be submitted to: Patrick Kanyimbo, Principal Regional Integration Officer at p.kanyimbo@afdb.org and copy to e.baiden@afdb.org Any questions and requests for clarifications may be sent to: Mr. Patrick Kanyimbo, Principal Regional Integration Officer, ONRI.2 TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR CONSULTANCY TO DEVELOP TOOLS AND GUIDELINES FOR MAINSTREAMING REGIONAL INTEGRATION IN BANK OPERATIONS Background The African development Bank’s Ten Year Strategy (2013-2022) has identified regional integration as one of its five core operational priorities, the others being infrastructure development, governance, private sector development skills and knowledge. In November 2014 the Bank Group Regional Integration Policy and Strategy (2014-2023) was approved to guide the Bank’s support to the implementation of regional integration programs in regional member countries (RMCs) and regional economic communities (RECs). The goal is to create larger markets that are attractive to investment and trade vital for generating sustained growth, creating jobs and transitioning to inclusive growth. The Strategy seeks to support Africa’s economic integration by investing in regional infrastructure, supporting industrialization and trade and providing targeted capacity building in these areas. The strategy also puts emphasis on bridging the hard-soft infrastructure continuum in order to amplify development outcomes of its infrastructure investments by addressing soft issues such as trade facilitation barriers, supporting regional value chains development, facilitating cross-border energy trade and supporting infrastructure project preparation capacity to increase stock of bankable project as well as supporting RMCs and RECs towards creating the enabling environment for regional investment. The RIPoS will be implemented through a series of programming documents known as regional integration strategy papers (RISPs). The RISPs have a regional specificity and identify a pipeline of regional projects to be supported by the Bank in a five year period. RISPs will be developed for five regions: North, South, East, West, and Central Africa respectively. The NEPAD, Regional Integration and Trade Department (ONRI) is responsible for coordinating regional integration activities of the Bank. Its internal roles include leading the preparation, review and implementation of regional operations programming tools, mainly the RISPs; the management of the ADF regional operations envelop through the Regional Operations Prioritization Framework; ensuring that regional dimensions are reflected in country strategy papers (CSPs) and in appraisal reports of Bank operations; and providing technical leadership to the design of regional integration and trade programs, including advice to sector departments on their selection and implementation of soft infrastructure interventions. In light of the above ONRI is seeking the services of regional integration experts to submit expressions of interest to provide support in developing the guidelines and tools for mainstreaming regional integration in Bank operations. Objectives of the Assignment The objective of the assignment is to provide timely technical and policy advice and inputs on issues related to the assignment and prepare (i) a template for the new RISPs and provide guidelines detailing the process for launching, preparation and reviews of the new RISPs document, and (ii) tools and guidelines for mainstreaming regional integration dimensions in Bank operations, including a checklist of soft issues relevant for infrastructure projects in transport, energy, ICT and water infrastructure. Scope of the Assignment Under the direct supervision of the Task Manager, the consultant will be responsible for implementing the following activities: i. Undertake a comprehensive review of the current RISPs process and format as well as the mid- term reviews of the RISPs and evaluations of the Bank’s implementation of regional operations and of the previous Regional Integration Strategy; ii. Review the Bank Group Ten Year Strategy and Sectoral strategies such as the Private Sector Development Strategy; Financial Sector Development Strategy; Energy Strategy; Human Capital Development Strategy; Gender Strategy; Addressing Fragility and Building Resilience in Africa - Bank Group Strategy 2014-2019; Trade and Transport Facilitation Strategy etc. and identify soft issues with regional dimensions; iii. Review regional integration strategies and programming instruments of multilateral development organizations such as the World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank, Asian Development Bank, European Union and draw relevant lessons for the Bank’s RISPs and RI mainstreaming; iv. Analyze the process and format of the existing RISP and country strategy papers (CSP) and implications for alignment between the CSP and the RISP; v. Identify issues and areas requiring further analysis and incorporate such analysis in the final reports. This analysis should take into account changing arrangements and resource allocation for coordinating and implementing regional operations at the level of the Bank ; vi. Participate in consultations with stakeholders, especially OPSCOM, regional and sector departments within the Bank and, externally, the African Union Commission, UNECA, REC Secretariats and selected specialized regional institutions to gather further information, inputs and foster buy-in; vii. Prepare drafts for review and finalize the preparation process, the format as well as guidelines for implementation and review of the RISPs, incorporating comments made on the draft, and new data sets and information; viii. In collaboration with the Task Manager, make presentations to ONRI Management and relevant Bank units for inputs and validation of the proposed tools and guidelines; ix. Prepare a roadmap for the preparation and review of the new generation RISPs, including timelines, resource requirements and required economic sector works (ESWs). Deliverables The key deliverables for the assignment shall be: i. An updated RISP template, including outlines and guidelines detailing the process for launching, preparation and reviews of the RISPs ii. Tools and Guidelines for monitoring implementation of the RISPs iii. Checklist and guidelines for mainstreaming regional integration dimensions in Bank Operations iv. 2 Presentations to ONRI Management and sector departments v. Roadmap for the preparation of the new generation RISPs. The Roadmap will identify timelines, resource requirements and required ESWs Qualifications and Experience of the Regional Integration Consultant i. Post graduate degree (a minimum of a Masters but preferably a PhD) in Economics, Business Administration or related field relevant for regional integration and trade and industrial development; ii. Minimum of ten years of relevant work experience dealing with development issues plus capacity building and policy analysis in regional integration. iii. Demonstrable understanding of the operational policies, procedures and practices in a developing country environment working in relevant national ministries, bilateral or multilateral development agencies, particularly in Africa. iv. Familiarity with Africa’s regional integration architecture and experience in dealing with regional integration RECs and RMCs v. Ability to work independently; good inter-personal skills. vi. Competence in the use of standard software (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Prezi); vii. Proficiency in one or more of the Bank working languages Organization of the Assignment The assignment will be undertaken from the Bank’s Headquarters in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. The consultant will work under the supervision of the Division Manager, Regional Integration and Trade Division (ONRI.2), who in turn shall report to the Director of the department. On a day to day basis, the Consultant will collaborate with a designated Task Manager and RISP Team who will provide technical support in undertaking the assignment. The consultant may be expected to travel to the field, as approved by the Division Manager. Duration The assignment will be for a period of 3 months from 6 April, 2015. Qualified candidates from the Bank’s member countries (see www.afdb.org under “about us” for a list of Member countries) are invited to submit expressions of interest either by email with 1 attached file in PDF format may be sent to the address below. Submissions with a CV should be clearly marked “Regional Integration Consultant” in the subject line and addressed to: Patrick Kanyimbo, Principal Regional Integration Officer, email: p.kanyimbo@afdb.org and copy to: e.baiden@afdb.org and should be received no later than 5pm GMT on 25 March 2015.
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