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GPN – Ethiopia - Mekele-Dallol & Semera-Afdera Power Transmission Supply for Industrial Development and Access Scale-up Project - MDSAPIAP

 | Published June 27, 2016
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ET GEQIP II - P129828

 | Published February 18, 2015
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PITAMBRA BOOKS PVT. LTD. B-95 BIJOLI INDUSTRIAL AREA JHANSI (U.P.)INDIA
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Re-printing And Distribution Of 9 ?12 Textbooks ICB Contract Award Notice Ethiopia Project: P129828 - Ethiopia General Education Quality Improvement Project II Bid/Contract Reference No: MoE/GEQIP-2/ICB/G-10/13 Scope of Contract: Re-printing and Distribution of 9 ?12 Textbooks Duration of Contract: 5Month(s) Contract Signature Date: 16-Feb-2015 Evaluation Currency: USD-United States Dollars Awarded Bidder(s): Name: PITAMBRA BOOKS PVT. LTD. B-95 BIJOLI INDUSTRIAL AREA JHANSI (U.P.)INDIA Address: PITAMBRA BOOKS PVT. LTD.B-95 BIJOLI INDUSTRIAL AREA, JHANSI (U.P.),INDIA Country: India Bid Price at Opening:USD 2,437,215.54 Evaluated Bid Price: USD2,437,215.54 Contract Price: USD2,437,215.54 Evaluated Bidder(s): Name : TAN PRINTS INDIA PVT LTD Address :TAN PRINTS INDIA PVT LTD44 KM Milestone, National Highway No.10, Rohtak Road, Distt. Jhajjar,Haryana, India Country: India Bid Price at Opening:USD 972,738.45 Evaluated Bid Price: USD972,738.45 Evaluated Bidder(s): Name : PITAMBRA BOOKS PVT. LTD. B-95 BIJOLI INDUSTRIAL AREA JHANSI(U.P.)INDIA Address :PITAMBRA BOOKS PVT. LTD.B-95 BIJOLI INDUSTRIAL AREA, JHANSI (U.P.),INDIA Country: India Bid Price at Opening:USD 1,677,685.59 Evaluated Bid Price: USD1,677,685.59

Invitation to Bid (ITB) 7000000925-AO/hl Supply of equipment of recycling equipment for a manual e-waste dismantling facility

United Nations Industrial Development Organization | Published March 4, 2015  -  Deadline April 13, 2015
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Invitation to Bid 7000000925-AO/hl The United  Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) hereby invites you to submit a written proposal for Procurement of equipment  for a manual e-waste dismantling facility in Ethiopia. For the  the complete information concerning this Invitation to Bid ( ITB), please visit UNIDO Procurement website or follow the link below: www.unido.org/procurement

Consultancy Service for provision of Training in Partnership Management and Coordination of the African Union Staff

United Nations Development Programme | Published October 15, 2014  -  Deadline October 28, 2014
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The African Union has the mandate of providing leadership in the rapid integration and sustainable development of Africa through unity, cohesion and solidarity and cooperation among African countries as well as well as developing strategic partnerships worldwide. In pursuing this mandate the African Union, amongst others, has established a number of strategic bilateral, multilateral partnerships as well as partnerships with regional groupings, institutions and organizations. It is imperative that the African Union effectively and efficiently coordinates and manages these partnerships if it is to maximize its benefits and value addition towards its industrial, technological and human development.

Consultancy Service to Formulate an Entrepreneurship Strategy for Ethiopia

United Nations Development Programme | Published November 28, 2014  -  Deadline December 16, 2014
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The Entrepreneurship Development Programme (EDP), which started in February 2013, calibrates the Government’s medium-term development vision of transforming the economy from a predominately agrarian economy highly dependent on subsistence agriculture to one where the industrial sector plays a major role in domestic wealth and employment creation.  In line with the GTP and the current cycle of the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF 2012-2015), the EDP will substantially help stimulate private sector-led growth in manufacturing and services industries by improving competitiveness of existing MSEs and supporting growth of aspiring entrepreneurs so that micro and small enterprises can fully contribute to job creation, income-generation and eventually to economic growth.

ET Competitiveness and Job Creation Proj - P143302

 | Published April 15, 2015
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Contract No.: Moi/cjc/cf-03/2007 (lump-based) - Phase I: Detailed Design And Tender Document Preparation Of Bole-lemi Phase Ii And Kilinto Industrial Parks. Duration: 6 (six) Calendar Months. Consultant - Contract Awarded by Quality- and Cost-Based Selection (QCBS)  RFP No.: CJC/C-23/06 Name of Project: "Competitiveness & Job Creation Project ",            Ministry of Industry- Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia. Credit No: IDA 54510-ET                                                                                                                                     Project Code:  P143302 Contract Description: Contract No.: MOI/CJC/CF-03/2007 (Lump-Based) - Phase I: Detailed Design and Tender DocumentPreparation of Bole-Lemi Phase II and Kilinto Industrial Parks. Duration: 6 (Six) Calendar Months.                                                                                                         Contract Signature Date: 1 April2015 ContractDescription:Contract No.: MOI/CJC/CF-03/2007 (Time-Based) -Phase II: Construction Supervision and Contract Administration of Bole-Lemi II andKilinto Industrial Parks. Duration: 36 (Thirty Six) Calendar Months.                                                                                                         Contract SignatureDate: 1 April2015 Evaluation Currency: Value of one currencyunit in the common currency used forevaluation purposes (US Dollar 1 = ETB 20.1850and EURO 1 = ETB 25.1424; Source: National Bank of Ethiopia dated 13 November2014). Awarded Consultant Name &Address* of Awarded Consultant Quality & CostPoints ProposalPrice atProposal Opening EvaluatedProposal Price (in Currency) ContractPrice (in Currency) DOHWA Engineering Co. Ltd., Seoul - KOREA in JointVenture with Junglim Architecture Co., Ltd., - KOREA; IPE Global Private Limited - INDIA andMetaferia Consulting Engineers -ETHIOPIA. 85.89 USD 3,211,820.00 ETB 43,869,300.00 USD  3,399,320.00 ETB 43,521,550.00 USD  3,725,711.20 ETB 63,068,388.00 Evaluated Consultant(s) Name &Address* of Evaluated Consultants Quality & CostPoints ProposalPrice atProposal Opening EvaluatedProposal Price (in Currency) ESHET Engineering Ltd., Tel-Aviv, ISRAEL inSub-Contractors with Uzi Gordon Ltd, - ISRAEL;  Barak Engineering Ltd., - ISRAEL; Eddie Maymon Engineering Ltd., - ISRAEL; A. Pinkas & Son Ltd., - ISRAEL; B. PellegArchitects and Town Planners (1997) Ltd., - ISRAEL and TEDEM Civil Engineering Ltd. - ISRAEL. 80.62 USD 19,579,310.00 ETB 60,909,000.00 USD 20,871,600.00 ETB 59,008,400.00 RENARDET Consulting Engineers, Geneva, SWITZERLAND inJoint Venture with RECCHI Engineering Srl, Torino - ITALY; PROGER S.p.a.-ITALY and SYSTEMATICA S.r.l.,-ITALY. 83.15 EURO 4,074,933.47 ETB  35,312,285.00 EURO 3,923,699.44 ETB  26,728,210.00 ONE WORKS SpA Milano, ITALY in Joint Venture withSEMAC Consultants - INDIA; CHSS Consultant - UAE;  SAY Consult PLC - ETHIOIA; and ACUTE Engineering PLC - ETHIOPIA. 81.79 USD 13,902,270.00 USD 13,902,270.00 AECOM Consulting Service AECOM Consulting Service,Virginia - USA in Sub-Consultant with ZIAS Design International PLC - ETHIOPIA. 71.78 USD 11,970,327.90 USD 12,504,489.55 Rejected Consultant(s) Name ofRejected Consultant (s) Quality & CostPoints ProposalPrice atProposal Opening EvaluatedProposal   Price (in Currency) Reason(s)for Rejection No Consulting Firm Rejected. ================ ================= ============== ===================

Contractual Services for the provision of “Training and competence assessment of TVET & industry tra

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published February 22, 2016
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Elect. Network Reinforcement & Expansio - P119893

 | Published January 30, 2015
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ABB power systems Switzerland
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Rehabilitation And Upgrading Of 66 Substations Communication ICB Contract Award Notice Ethiopia Project: P119893 - Electricity Network Reinforcement and ExpansionProject (ENREP) Bid/Contract Reference No: 30.20/5/07 Scope of Contract: Rehabilitation and Upgrading of 66 Substations Communication Duration of Contract: 18.00Month(s) Contract Signature Date: 21-Nov-2014 Evaluation Currency: USD-United States Dollars Awarded Bidder(s): Name: ABB power systems Switzerland Address: Werner weiler, Bruggerstr 72,Telephone : +41585856902Fax : +41585854394 Country: Switzerland Bid Price at Opening:CHF 3,362,909.40ETB 24,664,116.00 Evaluated Bid Price: USD5,318,654.82 Contract Price: USD5,318,654.82 Evaluated Bidder(s): Name : ALSTOM Grid SAS Address :Benoit PRADAIROL102 Avenue de Paris, 91300 Massy, France Country: France Bid Price at Opening:EUR 4,215,770.24ETB 30,724,869.42 Evaluated Bid Price: USD9,373,788.40 Rejected Bidder(s): Name: HUAWEI International PTE LTD Address: Chen Wanqing, Bantian, Longgang District, Shenzhen 518129, P.R. China Country: China Bid Price at Opening:USD 2,238,683.00ETB 38,463,034.71 Reason for Rejection: Does not meet Eligibility Requirements Rejected Bidder(s): Name: JV of ZTE Corporation & ZTE (HK) Limited Ethiopia Address: ZTE Industrial District, LiuXian Road, XiLi, Nanshan Distric, Shenzhen Country: China Bid Price at Opening:USD 3,116,417.41ETB 36,730,943.47 Reason for Rejection: Does not meet Eligibility Requirements Rejected Bidder(s): Name: JV of the Copy CAT Ltd & TEJAS NETWORK Ltd Address: P.O.Box 49872-00100, Nairobi Kenya Country: Kenya Bid Price at Opening:USD 7,993,844.50ETB 38,158,380.00 Reason for Rejection: Does not meet Eligibility Requirements

EOI – Ethiopia - Consulting Services - Design Validation and Certification of Permanent Magnet Variable Speed Generator and Converter – 0 2015

 | Published July 8, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES) Ethiopia Design Validation and Certification of Permanent Magnet Variable Speed Generator and Converter Energy Sector Financing Agreement reference: The dVentus Technologies PLC has received financing from the African Development Bank through the Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (SEFA) toward the cost of the financing certain expenditures required for the commercial scale up of the company’s product design and development facility into a local manufacturing facility focusing on energy efficient products such as Smart Electric Meter and Smart Power Converter, and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this grant to payments under the contract for Design Validation and Certification of Permanent Magnet Variable Speed Generator and Converter. Despite the fact that Ethiopia was one of the few African countries formulating and implementing a full-fledged Industrial Sector Development Policy (ISDP) since the early 2000s, the contribution of the Industrial Sector to country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) remains static at 14%, significantly below the African’s Continent average currently at 30.6%. The ultimate goal of the ISDP is to increase the share and benefits earned from the global integration with an ultimate goal of becoming an industrialized country. The ISDP is based on a broader development vision that gives agriculture a leading role in the industrialization process of the country by exploring synergies with industries that privilege exportations. Concrete intervention areas of the ISDP include: (i) creation of a conducive business environment, and (ii) provision of direct support for selected sectors. The Design Validation and Certification of Permanent Magnet Variable Speed Generator and Converter, is to be completed within 10 weeks. Services to be completed included under this project are:  Review existing designs and whether they meet international requirements (design validation)  Make an assessment of customer requirements  Ensure that quality and reliability requirement are met  Propose requirement for the manufacturability of the product  Make a full cost assessment  Support re-design activity and training requirement  Identify and procure design validation resources (software, prototype parts, tools, test equipment and others as needed), as per the Bank’s procurement rules and procedures  Develop design verification tests and certification tests  Check performance and functionality of prototypes  Advise on supply chain development and manufacturing plant design  Obtain international design certification for generator and power converter The dVentus Technologies PLC now invites eligible consultants to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). Consultants may constitute joint-ventures to enhance their chances of qualification. The Consultant has to have demonstrable experience in product design validation. Experience in Ethiopia is an added advantage. It is desirable that the Consultant has experience with technology start-ups, and specifically in the energy and utility provision sectors. Eligibility criteria, establishment of the short-list and the selection procedure shall be in accordance with the African Development Bank’s “Rules and Procedures for the use of Consultants” [May 2008 Edition Revised July 2012, which is available on the Bank’s website at http://www.afdb.org. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours [09:00 to 17:00 hours (GMT + 3)]. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by Monday August 3rd 2015 at 17:00 hours [GMT + 3] and mention “Design Validation and Certification of Permanent Magnet Variable Speed Generator and Converter”. Attn: dVentus Technologies PLC Minassie Girma, Procurement Specialist Lafto-Lebu Industry Zone, Ring Service Road Tel: +251-114 198 842/3; +251-912 600 114 Facsimile (fax): +251-114 196 177 E-mail: minassie.girma@dventus.com

EOI – Ethiopia - Consulting services - Smart Meters Product Certification – 08 2015

 | Published August 26, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES) Ethiopia Smart Meters Product Certification Energy/Utility Sector The dVentus Technologies PLC has received financing from the African Development Bank through the Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (SEFA) toward the cost of the financing certain expenditures required for the commercial scale up of the company’s product design and development facility into a local manufacturing facility focusing on energy efficient products such as Smart Electric Meter and Smart Power Converter, and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this grant to payments under the contract for Smart Meters Product Certification. Despite the fact that Ethiopia was one of the few African countries formulating and implementing a full-fledged Industrial Sector Development Policy (ISDP) since the early 2000s, the contribution of the Industrial Sector to country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) remains static at 14%, significantly below the African’s Continent average currently at 30.6%. The ultimate goal of the ISDP is to increase the share and benefits earned from the global integration with an ultimate goal of becoming an industrialized country. The ISDP is based on a broader development vision that gives agriculture a leading role in the industrialization process of the country by exploring synergies with industries that privilege exportations. Concrete intervention areas of the ISDP include: (i) creation of a conducive business environment, and (ii) provision of direct support for selected sectors. The Smart Meters Product Certification is to be completed within 12 weeks. Services to be completed included under this project are:  Certification of dVentus single phase smart electric meter  Certification of dVentus three phases smart electric meter  Certification of dVentus Digital smart water meter  Facilitate and provide training on Meter data Management Systems  Procure Pre-certification Equipment and prototype parts for single phase, three phase, and water meter, as per the Bank’s rules and procedures The dVentus Technologies PLC now invites eligible consultants to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). Consultants may constitute joint-ventures to enhance their chances of qualification. The Consultant has to have demonstrable experience in testing, procurement, and processing product certification. It is desirable that the Consultant has experience with technology development, and specifically in the energy and utility provision sectors. Eligibility criteria, establishment of the short-list and the selection procedure shall be in accordance with the African Development Bank’s “Rules and Procedures for the use of Consultants” [May 2008 Edition Revised July 2012, which is available on the Bank’s website at http://www.afdb.org. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours [09:00 to 17:00 hours (GMT + 3)]. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by Monday September 14th 2015 at 17:00 hours [GMT + 3] and mention “Smart Meters Product Certification”. Attn: dVentus Technologies PLC Minassie Girma, Procurement Specialist Lafto-Lebu Industry Zone, Ring Service Road Tel: +251-114 198 842/3; +251-912 600 114 Facsimile (fax): +251-114 196 177 E-mail: minassie.girma@dventus.com

ETH/RFP/2016/06 - Firm Level Consultancy Service for Background Studies for the 15-year Perspective Plan Preparation for National Planning Commission (NPC)

United Nations Development Programme | Published September 3, 2016
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BACKGROUND / RATIONALE

Ethiopia has long history of preparing and implementing comprehensive and robust planning for economic and social development that dates back to the 1950’s with the launch and implementation of the three-five years national development plans exercised during 1957 – 1973.   The central planning exercise continued through  the early 1990’s in the national development campaigns including the formulation of a ten year perspective plan (1984/85 – 1993/94) which was largely aborted owing to the then protracted civil war that culminated to the down fall of the socialist regime in 1991. 

Poverty reduction and its ultimate eradication has been the overriding development agenda of the Government since 1991.    Thus macroeconomic and sector polices, strategies and programs have been geared towards addressing the poverty agenda.  Formulation and implementation of the sustainable Development and Poverty Reduction Program (SDPRP) spanning 2002/03 – 2004/05 was the first comprehensive national development program implemented and one of the key lessons drawn from its implementation was the need for formulation  of longer term perspective development plan from which medium tern national development plans could be cascaded and implemented. 

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OBJECTIVES OF THE SERVICE / WORK

The principal objective of this assignment is to lead and coordinate the drafting of well-researched background papers on six thematic areas, namely, macroeconomic framework, energy sector development, industrial development, agricultural policy and development, transport sector and the human resources development in Ethiopia. Findings of these studies will inform formulation of the 15-year perspective plan that spans from 2015/16 to 2029/30 which is aligned to Agenda 2030 and agenda 2063 and guides the country’s transformation to a middle-income country.

The typology of the studies must draw the development experience of fast growing economies of South East Asia such as Singapore, Malaysia, South Koria and Vietnam which demonstrated   the efficacy of long-term Perspective Plans as key instrument for an integrated and coordinated management and implementation of a market economic system.  It would also help the private sector and other non-state actors to design long term investment polices strategies and programs that are aligned and complementary to the public sector policies and strategies.  Although this 15-year perspective plan is a 10 years extension of the GTP II, there is a need to review the rationales, objectives, and strategic pillars of GTP Ii in the context of the perspective plan to sharpen policies and strategies aimed at addressing development bottlenecks identified in GTP I and development challenges during GTP II and beyond. 

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 SCOPE OF THE SERVICE / WORK

Macro-Economist/ Team Leader

The 15 years  perspective plan is expected to articulate long term macroeconomic framework that include setting baselines and  targets for  key macroeconomic variables: Real sector(supply and  demand side  projections), fiscal projection (government revenue and expenditure by major components, budget deficit and its financing ), monetary aggregates (money supply and demand projections by major monetary aggregates).  This exercise need to be complemented by review of recent performance at both macro and sectorial levels as well as overview of envisaged polices and strategies that will help to build alternative growth scenarios with plausible and solid assumptions.

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EXPECTED OUTPUTS / DELIVERABLES

The expected outputs or deliverables are six independent study reports on the six thematic areas: namely

  1. Study report on Ethiopian macroeconomic framework
  2. Study repot on energy sector
  3. Study repot on industrial sector
  4. Study repot on agriculture sector
  5. Study repot on humans resources; and
  6. Study repot on transport sector 

MINIMUM ORGANIZATION REQUIREMENTS

The prospective Service Provider is expected to meet the following minimum requirements:

  • It must have at least 10 years of practical experience in economic and policy research, planning and modeling, preferably have a lot of engagements with emerging economies in similar works in South East Asia;
  • Knowledge of economy wide modeling and/or sectoral forecasting techniques experience working with emerging economies;   
  • Capability to deploy strong quantitative and analytical skills;
  • Capability to deploy good report writing skills;
  • It must have experience in South Asian economies and similar experience in Africa is desirable; and
  • It shall demonstrate its capabilities, understanding of the TOR, and methodology.

The multi-disciplinary team should comprise members with the following educational qualifications and experience:

 BID SUBMISSION INSTRUCTION:

  • Strictly follow the instructions indicated in the RFP Proposal Submission Form uploaded hereto

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED:

The following proposals must be prepared as per the prescribed standard format indicated in the respective RFP Bid Document. The Proposals shall be submitted before application deadline September 27, 2016 via UNDP Ethiopia Secured mail address: procurement.et@undp.org

  • Technical Proposal in pdf under file name: ETH-RFP-2016-06 – TP - [insert Company Name]
  • Financial Proposal in pdf under file name: ETH-RFP-2016-06 – FP - [insert Company Name]

Please note that these proposals shall be submitted to the designated secured email into two files but in one email unless both Files are Greater than 9MB file size

EMAIL SUBJECT LINE WHILE SUBMITTING PROPOSAL:

  • While submitting your proposals to procurement.et@undp.org be sure your email subject line is ETH-RFP-2016-06
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