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PROVISION OF INDUSTRIAL WASHING MACHINES, DRYERS AND SPARE PARTS FOURNITURE DE MACHINES A LAVER ...

United Nations Secretariat | Published November 26, 2014  -  Deadline December 15, 2014
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The United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) seeks Expressions of Interest (EOI) from duly registered and licensed companies for the provision of industrial washing machines, dryers and spare parts. The specifications of the requirement will be provided in the Solicitation documents. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- La Mission Multidimensionnelle intégrée des Nations Unies pour la Stabilisation au Mali (MINUSMA) sollicite des manifestations d’intérêt de la part des sociétés dûment enregistrées et autorisées pour la fourniture de machines à laver, sèches linge et pièces de rechange. Les spécifications des articles à fournir seront transcrits dans un Appel d’Offres.

Support agro industries Sikasso program (PAFA) Mali.

Bureau de la coopération suisse au Mali | Published November 12, 2013
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Lux Development (Lux-Dev)10, rue de la GrèveLuxembourg 1022
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Programme d'appui aux filières agropastorales de Sikasso (PAFA) Mali.

Consulting, Initiative for transparency in the extractive industries (EITI)

Weltbankgruppe Weltbank /International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD/Weltbank-Gruppe) | Published February 3, 2017  -  Deadline June 20, 2030
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MINUSMA has a task to undertake the repair of the damaged section of pavement at the Tombouctou ...

United Nations Secretariat | Published February 17, 2015  -  Deadline February 26, 2015
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The United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) seeks Expressions of Interest (EOI) from duly registered and licensed companies for a task to undertake the repair of the damaged section of pavement at the Tombouctou airport in Mali. Interested Companies should be experienced contractors of national/international repute with a verifiable track record of constructing airfield pavement surfaces in the sub-region, but not necessarily in Mali. They should be able to document successful construction of 3 projects of the same character and magnitude with a minimum value of or equivalent to $420,000 in the last 5 years.the provision of industrial washing machines, dryers and spare parts. The specifications of the requirement will be provided in the Solicitation documents. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- La Mission Multidimensionnelle intégrée des Nations Unies pour la Stabilisation au Mali (MINUSMA) sollicite des manifestations d’intérêt de la part des sociétés dûment enregistrées et autorisées en vue d’entreprendre en urgence les travaux de réparation de la chaussée endommagée à l’aéroport de Tombouctou au Mali. Les soumissionnaires intéressés seront des entrepreneurs expérimentés de renommée nationale/international pouvant justifier d’une expérience certaine dans la construction de chaussées aéroportuaires dans la sous-région mais pas forcément au Mali. Ils doivent pouvoir démontrer l’exécution de 3 projets de taille et de complexité similaires pour une valeur minimum de ou équivalente à $420,000 au cours des 5 dernières années. fourniture de machines à laver, sèches linge et pièces de rechange. Les spécifications des articles à fournir seront transcrits dans un Appel d’Offres.

EOI – Kenya - Partnerships and Resource Mobilisation Expert to finalise the establishment of the AfDB Somalia Infrastructure Trust Fund (SITF) – 07 2015

 | Published July 10, 2015
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1 REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK EAST AFRICA RESOURCE CENTRE Khushee Tower Longonot Road, Upper hill P.O. Box 4861-00200 Nairobi, Kenya E-mail: c.muthama@afdb.org; Telephone: +254 20 299 8231; Fax: +254 20 2712938 Expressions of interest are being requested for a Partnerships and Resource Mobilisation Expert to finalise the establishment of the AfDB Somalia Infrastructure Trust Fund (SITF) Brief description of the Assignment: The main objectives of the Partnerships and Resource Mobilisation Expert are to finalise the establishment of the AfDB Somalia Infrastructure Trust Fund (SITF). Through Infrastructure Rehabilitation and Development, the SITF will contribute towards tackling Somalia’s immense economic reconstruction and development challenges, which are legacies of a prolonged and devastating armed civil conflict. Department issuing the request: EARC Place of assignment: Home Country, Nairobi (Kenya) and Mogadishu (Somalia) when required. Duration of the assignment: Six Months Tentative Date of commencement: 1 August, 2015 Deadline for applications: 22 July, 2015 Applications to be submitted to: Richard Walker, Country Economist, r.walker@afdb.org Any questions and requests for clarifications may be sent to: Richard Walker, r.walker@afdb.org; Tel: +254 20 299 8235 2 Detailed Terms of reference for the assignment: I. Background In September 2012, after decades of conflict and instability in Somalia, a Federal Parliament and Government were established following significant dialogue and reconciliation. New institutions are being put in place and the Federal Government of Somalia (FGS) is slowly building capacity to deliver on its mandate. Consequently, the Somalia New Deal Compact was endorsed in September 2013 by the FGS and international community. The Compact lays out the critical priorities under the five Peace and State Building Goals (PSGs), which have been endorsed as part of the New Deal principles for engagement in Fragile States, and also includes a Special Arrangement for Somaliland. The PSGs pillars are: (1) inclusive politics; (2) security; (3) justice; (4) economic foundations, and; (5) revenue and services. The Compact also provides guidance on international support to Somalia. Accordingly, development assistance will be mobilized and channeled through the Somali Development and Reconstruction Facility (SDRF) as part of a new financial architecture. This entails the establishment of the SDRF, which will house separate Multi Partner Trust Funds managed respectively by the World Bank, United Nations and African Development Bank. In light of the improved prospects for resolving Somalia’s sustainable peace and development challenges, the Bank has over the last two years scaled-up its reengagement in Somalia. This re- engagement has been guided by the Bank’s Country Brief for Somalia (2013-15), approved by the Board in April 2013. A key area of the Bank’s work programme in Somalia is infrastructure planning, rehabilitation and development. And at the FGS’s request, the Bank has committed to take a leadership role in this area. Consequently, the Bank currently chairs the Infrastructure Sub-working Group (SWG) under PSG 4. The Bank also leads in developing detailed Infrastructure Needs Assessments (INAs) in the transport, energy, ICT and water sectors. These assessments will be consolidated into an Infrastructure Action Plan (IAP) that will guide some of the priority investments over the short to medium-term. The IAP will in turn provide a pipeline of projects to be financed under the proposed (see below) AfDB Somalia Infrastructure Trust Fund (SITF), as well as informing the preparation of Somalia’s Interim Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (I-PRSP). As part of the Somali New Deal Compact arrangement, the FGS has requested the Bank to sponsor and manage a trust fund whose objective will be to support the Rehabilitation and Development of Infrastructure in Somalia. In this regard, the SITF will contribute towards tackling Somalia’s immense economic reconstruction and development challenges, which are legacies of a prolonged and devastating armed civil conflict. These challenges include high levels of poverty and human depravation caused by a combination of limited social and physical infrastructure, nascent industrial production and financial sectors, adverse climatic conditions, and continuing fragilities (such as political uncertainty due to inter-clan tensions and terrorism, deficient human and institutional capacity, and poor public financial governance). 3 The SITF objective is aligned to the objectives of the Bank’s Ten Year Strategy (2013-2022) and the Strategy for Addressing Fragility and Building Resilience in Africa (2014-2019), as it seeks to support interventions that will promote inclusive and sustainable economic reconstruction, development and growth in a Fragile State. Furthermore, the SITF will focus on the Bank’s operational priorities of infrastructure, private sector, skills and innovation, and good governance and accountability. In this regard, the Bank is seeking an experienced Partnerships and Resource Mobilisation Expert to lead the final steps in setting up the SITF, which is likely to be housed in the Bank’s regional office (EARC) in Nairobi, Kenya. II. Specific Tasks The Consultant’s responsibilities will be the following: Finalise the Bank’s Institutional Arrangements for the SITF  Finalise a detailed Operational Guidelines Manual, including the: structure, governance, legal, and procurement arrangements; management of funds and financial reporting; proposal templates, project identification and approval (decision-making) processes; risk management framework; and a results-based logical framework.  Determine where in the Bank the SITF should be housed, including financial and staffing needs.  Coordinate and oversee all other preparatory work related to the Bank’s approval process for the SITF. Resource Mobilisation for the SITF  Prepare an SITF Resource Mobilisation Strategy in collaboration with the FGS.  Implement the SITF Resource Mobilisation Strategy, which will include following up with potential donors, arranging meetings, preparing necessary documents and presentations, and undertaking follow-up missions to interested donors.  Arrange a Somalia Infrastructure Investment Conference. In order to deliver on the Scope of Work, the Consultant will need to:  Consult with relevant Bank Departments (FFCO, GECL, ORPF, etc.), FGS, SDRF Steering Committee (SC) and interested donors.  Participate in relevant FGS/donor meetings, such as the PSG 4 and PSG 5 meetings, and meetings related to the SDRF funding windows. 4  Ensure timely reporting to the Bank’s Somalia Team, Bank Management, FGS, SDRF SC, and donors.  Perform any other tasks that may be assigned by Bank Management and/or the Bank’s Somalia Team. III. Deliverables and Indicative Timeline This position is for six months and is subject to renewal depending on the performance of the Consultant and the Bank’s needs in relation to the Somalia work programme. The key deliverables will be: a) An Inception Report shall be submitted to the Bank two weeks after commencing the assignment, which will need to be cleared by the Bank for the Consultant to continue with the work. The Inception Report will include:  The consultant’s approach, methodology and timeline for delivering the assignment  A broad outline of the draft SITF Operational Guidelines Manual  A draft SITF Resource Mobilisation Strategy  Any other pertinent issues for the execution of the assignment b) Final SITF Resource Mobilisation Strategy four weeks after commencing the assignment. c) Implementation of the SITF Resource Mobilisation Strategy on-going thereafter, with the aim of having at least two donor commitments two months after commencing the assignment. d) Ensure the SITF is approved by the Bank’s Board of Directors and Donor Contribution Agreement is finalised five months after commencing the assignment. e) Final Operational Guidelines Manual submitted six months after commencing the assignment. f) Arrange a Somalia Infrastructure Investment Conference during the course of assignment. IV. Conduct of Assignment When on the ground, the Consultant will be based in EARC and may need to travel to Somalia, under the guidance and conditions of the Bank’s Security Team, for missions and meetings. The Consultant will report to the Somalia Lead Economist and Officer-In-Charge based at EARC, and work under the supervision of the Country Economist for Somalia. 5 The Consultant will seek further guidance and advice from the Bank’s Transitional Support (ORTS) and Resource Mobilisation (FRMB) Departments, and work in close collaboration with and actively solicit the views of the Bank’s wider Somalia Team. V. Profile of the Consultant The suitable candidate will have:  At least a Master’s degree in a relevant development discipline (such as public administration, international development, economics and/or finance).  A minimum of 15 years of relevant professional experience working in or with an International Financial Institution (IFI).  Strong familiarity with AfDB procedures, client engagement and approaches in fragile and conflict affected states.  Experience in establishing and/or managing a Country/Thematic trust fund for a bilateral/multi-lateral donor.  Experience in mobilising resources from donors or relevant partners for development assistance.  Knowledge of working in a Fragile State and/or Somalia will be a significant advantage.  Have significant experience in drafting reports and studies in English that are of a very high standard. VI. Length of the Assignment The assignment will commence in August 2015 for a period of six months, and is subject to renewal. 6 Please attach an updated Curriculum vitae (using the model below) MODEL CURRICULUM VITAE (CV) Title of the Assignment: Department: Surname: First Name: Birth Date: Nationality: Address: Country: Telephone: E-mail: Are any of your family members (spouse/partner, father/mother, Brother/sister, Son/daughter, etc. employed in the African Development Bank? Yes □ No □√ If « Yes », the following data must be provided Name Relationship Organization Unit Place of Assignment Level Language Read Written Spoken English □Fair □Good □Excellent □Fair □Good □Excellent □Fair □Good □Excellent French □Fair □Good □Excellent □Fair □Good □Excellent □Fair □Good □Excellent Other(Specify) □Fair □Good □Excellent □Fair □Good □Excellent □Fair □Good □Excellent Key Qualifications: Please provide (i) a summary of your experience and training highlighting the most relevant for the proposed assignment, and (ii) the responsibilities which you exercised. Utilize one half-page maximum. 7 Education (University Level and above only): Name of University- City-Country Period Diploma Obtained Main Topic/Major From To Professional Training: Name of Training Institution-City- Country Type of Training Period Certificates or Diplomas Obtained From To Employment Record: Begin with your most recent employment. For each job since your Master Degree achievement, please indicate: - Name of the Employer - Type of Activity/Business of the Employer - Title / Function - Place of Employment -Brief Description (three lines maximum) of main accomplishments and responsibilities Name of Employer Type of Activity/Busin ess of the Employer Title / Function Place of Employment Brief Description 8 Reference: Please indicate the name and address of three persons with no family relationship with yourself, familiar with your character and titles. I hereby certify that the responses which I provided above are all, to the best of my knowledge, true, complete and accurate. I acknowledge that an inaccurate statement or essential omission in a personal declaration or another document required by the African Development Bank might result in the rejection of my application, termination of my Contract or any other administrative sanction by the Bank. The African Development Bank may verify any statements which I made in this application. Date: Signature:
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