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Consultancy services to conduct training in forestry planning and management under farm income enhancement and forestry conservation programme


Ministry Of Water & Environment

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Bid notice date:
December 21st, 2017
Bid closing date:
January 23rd, 2018
Bid document fee:
0 UGX
Bid security:
0 UGX
Procurement Ref No:
None

1. The Government of the Republic of Uganda received Grant and Loan financing from the Nordic Development Fund (NDF) and the African Development Bank (AfDB) respectively towards the cost of Farm Income Enhancement and Forestry Conservation Programme: Project-2 (FIEFOC -2), and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for the Grant to payments under the contract for Consultancy Services To Conduct Training in Forestry Planning and Management under FIEFOC 2.

2. The overall objective of the assignment is to assist the Forestry Sector Support Department (FSSD) to conduct Forestry Planning and Management training of the relevant Local Government staff and farmers or communities within the five catchments of Ngenge, Doho, Mubuku, Tochi and Wadelai. The training programme consist of three main aspects: identification of the training needs relevant to the selected catchment; developing a training manual/ curriculum; and conducting the actual training of the selected farmers and /or Local Government plus partner institutions. In addition, areas that require additional or further investigation shall be identified. The consultancy services shall be executed over a duration of 24 calendar months.

 3. The Ministry of Water and Environment now invites eligible consultants to express their interest in providing these required services. Interested consultants must provide information indicating their suitability and qualifications for performing the services supported by relevant documentation. Such information shall include; (a) Brochures; (b) Description of assignments of similar nature conducted in the last 5 years, clearly indicating specific experience of both firm and key staff in undertaking similar assignments; (c) Experience in similar conditions and in the region; and (e) Availability of appropriate managerial and technical skills among staff related to the assignment. Consultants may constitute joint ventures to enhance

 

their chances of qualification.

 4. A shortlist of qualified firms will be established based on an evaluation of Expressions of Interest. Short listed firms will be invited to submit detailed technical and financial proposals. Evaluation criteria and relative weighting for short list selection are as follows:

• Assignments of similar nature conducted in the last 5 years (40%);

ʉۢ Experience in similar conditions/in the region (30%);

ʉۢ Availability of appropriate skills among key staff (30%). Establishment of the short list and the selection procedure shall be in accordance with NDF guidelines available on the NDF website at http://www.ndf.fi. The selection method is "Quality and Cost Based Selection". There are no eligibility restrictions; consultants of all nationalities are eligible to submit expressions of interest.

 5. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address given below from (Monday to Friday, 08:30 - 17:00 hours, except on public holidays).

6. Sealed Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by Tuesday 23th January 2018 at 11: 00hours and clearly marked; "Consultancy Services to Conduct Training in Forestry Planning and Management under Farm Income Enhancement and Forestry Conservation Programme: Project 2 (FIEFOC 2)".

The Head, Procurement and Disposal Unit Ministry of Water and Environment Plot 22/28 Port Bell Road, Luzira P.O. Box 20026, Tel: +256-414-220229 Fax: +256-414-505941, Kampala, UGANDA E-mail: jane.meke@mwe.go.ug, makejane@yahoo.com

 

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