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Location Supplier_Amount Classification Reference Title URL Supplier_Address Organisation Supplier_Contracting Value Nature Framework Supplier_Name Date Duration Description
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5745 DFID 5745: Review of the Caribbean Catastrophic Risk Insurance Facility http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=428669&fs=true WC2A 1AF Department for International Development No 95000 Call-down contract from existing framework agreement Yes IMC Worldwide Ltd 01/02/2012 134 Days The overall objective of the evaluation is to determine the overall performance, effectiveness, efficiency, validity and sustainability of parametric risk insurance as a disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation instrument for the Caribbean as a whole and for individual countries.
East Kilbride West 62676292.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5240 DFID 5240: Fund Management of the Basic Services Interim Arrangements http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=414436&fs=true Department for International Development No 62676292 Contract amendment No BMB Mott MacDonald 16/01/2012 36 Months The ‘Service Provider’ (SP) will support the Government of the Republic of South Sudan (GRoSS) to expand health and education services. This will be achieved through the provision of technical and financial management services to a joint donor fund, the BSFIA, established to oversee NGO projects delivering basic services.
East Kilbride West 138580.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5735 DFID 5735: Design of West Africa Regional Food Markets Programme http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=414420&fs=true RG1 8AH Department for International Development No 138580 Call-down contract from an existing framework agreement with supplier Yes Coffey International Development Ltd 24/11/2011 4 Months 1. Introduction Agriculture contributes 30-40% of GDP in ECOWAS and is an important provider of foreign exchange. However, since independence in the 1960’s the sector has failed to realise its potential of playing a key role in alleviating poverty and enhancing food security in the region. Productivity remains low and the per capita growth rate has risen only slowly. Low productivity has been attributed to a number of reasons, including a lack of investment and poorly functioning markets often reflecting inappropriate government intervention. Due to its strong forward and backwards linkages agricultural growth has scope to significantly reduce poverty in West Africa. Demand in West African regional food markets is likely to grow as a result of population growth, urbanisation and income gains. In response to these pressures, DFIDs Africa Regional Department are seeking to implement a West African Regional Food Markets Programme. The objective of this consultancy is to assist Africa Regional Department with the design of a programme to improve the functioning of food markets at a regional level in West Africa. A background scoping visit was undertaken by 2 DFID officials to Abuja on 26th-29th July 2011; see annex A for a write up of this visit. It is envisaged that the project will run from 2012-2015 and will have a budget of approx £10m. The scoping visit highlighted 2 principal options and sub options for the implementation of the project. The consultants should consider the scope for each of them to facilitate key improvements in food markets in ECOWAS. With a funding envelope of £10m, this programme does not have the level of funding required to make a significant difference to the state of infrastructure in West Africa. The consultants work will feed as inputs into a strategic business case that sets out the rationale for the DFID intervention. The consultants appointed are expected to work in close collaboration with West African stakeholders and donor agencies.
East Kilbride West 92499.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security DFID 40050595 DFID 40050595: Design and Implementation of the Monitoring and Evaluation Framework for DFID’s Kenya Health Programme http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=410725&fs=true EC4M 7RB Department for International Development No 92499 Call-down contract as part of existing framework agreement Yes Mott MacDonald Ltd (trading as HLSP Ltd) 21/11/2011 24 Months Objective – To design and implement a rigorous monitoring and evaluation framework for DFID Kenya’s support to the Health Sector over the next two years (2011-2013).
East Kilbride West 182320.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5652 DFID 5652: Development of DFID Project Documentation for “Provincial Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH) Results Programme” http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=408851&fs=true SE1 9LZ Department for International Development No 182320 Competition as part of an existing framework agreement Yes Mott MacDonald Ltd (Trading as HLSP Ltd) 19/09/2011 134 Days A. Objective 1. To gather and collate necessary information/evidence and draft a Business Case for a £ 178.5 million, five year programme (2011-2015) for DFID’s health sector support to the Governments of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP); the “Provincial Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH) Results Programme”. 2. The work will include: i) Review and update of evidence relevant to the preparation of Business Case; ii) Extensive consultations with key stakeholders to explore options and design of the programme; iii) Analysis of feasible options and developing relevant appraisals; iv) Preparing a draft Business Case in accordance with DFID’s requirements and; v) Overall management of the consultancy while ensuring quality of the deliverables.
East Kilbride West 44400000.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security DFID 5595 DFID 5595: Nigeria Infrastructure Advisory Facility - (Phase 2) http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=408849&fs=true SE1 7SP Department for International Development No 44400000 Procurement of a new requirement No Adam Smith International Ltd 15/12/2011 60 Months The aim of the NIAF 2 programme is to facilitate and accelerate these processes of change by improving access to technical assistance (TA) responsive to the particular issues encountered by the public and private sectors in infrastructure. The Service provider will need to demonstrate flexibility and speed of action, recognising that windows for useful provision of advice are often sharply limited by the electoral cycle or the exigencies of negotiations among affected parties. The Impact of the NIAF 2 programme is - ”Reduced infrastructure constraints to growth in non-oil gross domestic product and employment, and reduced poverty, due to the relaxation of binding infrastructure constraints”. The Outcome is “Enhanced management of infrastructure development at the federal level and in selected states”.
East Kilbride West 139955.00 Research and development services and related consultancy services PO 5736 DFID 5736: Research and Analysis for the Design of a DFID Programme on Girls’ Education in Ghana http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=408842&fs=true RG1 8AH Department for International Development No 139955 Competition as part of an existing framework agreement Yes Coffey International Development Ltd 08/12/2011 54 Days Objective The objective of the consultancy is to undertake research and analysis to help the design of a programme to ensure that at least 60,000 girls most at risk of dropping out of school at JHS and SHS levels complete their cycle of schooling. It should address the financial, school and community barriers that we know prevent girls from completing their education. It should also assess the merits of a longer-term approach that includes a second phase to 2020. The Team will produce analytical and written outputs to inform the Business Case and logical framework for the Programme. The contractor and consultants will be eligible to bid for the implementation of the Programme.
East Kilbride West 6743929.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 2493 DFID 2493: Moving to a Medium Term Budget Framework - Pakistan http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=402146&fs=true OX1 1BN Department for International Development No 6743929 Contract Amendment No Oxford Policy Management 09/12/2011 12 Months SUMMARY 1. These Terms of Reference are for technical expertise in budgeting and public financial management reform to support the Government of Pakistan to implement its Medium Term Budgetary Framework (MTBF) reforms and build the capacity of the Budget Wing in the Ministry of Finance (MoF). 2. The Government’s MTBF reforms have made significant progress in recent years. A comprehensive MTBF system has been designed, tested and put into practice. However, while Budget Wing has taken over the administration of the MTBF it lacks technical skills to operate the new system. The skills in macroeconomics, fiscal analysis and output-based budgeting necessary to operate the MTBF are currently provided by a DFID-funded consultancy team based in Budget Wing. Technical capacity-building in the various instruments of the MTBF and full handover by the consultants has not yet taken place due to lack of appropriate appointments within MoF. 3. The Ministry of Finance will make appropriate appointments to Budget Wing in 2011 to enable it to build the technical capacity to operate the MTBF system of budgeting. For this reason, DFID is seeking to engage a consultancy team for a period of 12 months to support continued capacity-building in Budget Wing and enable transfer of technical capacity to the MoF.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5550 PO 5550 - Fund Manager for DFID Pakistan’s Education Sector Voice and Accountability and Innovation Fund for Education Projects http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=396209&fs=true EC1V 3RS Department for International Development No 275148 Procurement of a new requirement No DAI Europe Ltd 15/11/2011 42 Months Pakistan is a top priority for the UK government. Pakistan is off track to meet education MDGs. There is substantial political and public interest in DFID’s support to improve Pakistan’s poor record in delivering education outcomes. DFID has allocated £645.5 million for support to Education Sector in Pakistan. Most of this funding will support provincial education sector plans through sector budget support. Out of this allocation, DFID proposes to support various initiatives like Pakistan Education Task Force, Support to second phase of National Education Assessment System, federal programme on education sector accountability through citizen organisations and innovations in the Education sector.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5490 Post Conflict Development in Northern Uganda: Improving Access to Healthcare for the Poor http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=382758&fs=true G75 8EA Department for International Development No 7500000 Procurement of a new requirement No Health Partners International Ltd 10/10/2011 42 Months DFID is implementing a Post-Conflict Development Programme (PCDP) in northern Uganda over 2009-14, which includes provision to increase access to healthcare for the most vulnerable. This will be achieved through improving the supply of essential medicines to public and private facilities, and by reducing or eliminating fees at private not-for-profit facilities through a results-based financing approach. A service provider is required to manage this component of the PCDP on behalf of DFID Uganda.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5722 PO 5722 - Voice and Participation of Trafficked Women and Girls – Pilot Phase http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=343128&fs=true G75 8EA Department for International Development No 76764 Procurement of a new requirement No The Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women 11/11/2011 140 Days DFID Asia Division has approved a four year regional programme that aims to reduce the number of women and girls from being trafficked and to protect the rights of women and girls who migrate for work from three countries in South Asia into garment and domestic work. The programme aims to reduce the number of women and girls who are trafficked in this region by 10% (60,000) within the four year programme period.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5721 PO 5721 - Using Innovative Technologies to Prevent Human Trafficking http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=343125&fs=true SO19 8NW Department for International Development No 99946 Procurement of a new requirement No Nimbus Social Enterprise Consulting Ltd 11/11/2011 170 Days DFID Asia Division has approved a four year regional programme that aims to reduce the number of women and girls from being trafficked and to protect the rights of women and girls who migrate for work from three countries in South Asia. The programme aims to reduce the number of women and girls who are trafficked in this region by 10% (60,000) within the four year programme period.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5704 PO 5704 - Procurement Oversight for Health Sector – Malawi http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=343120&fs=true G75 8EA Department for International Development No 153400 Contract Amendment No Epos Health Managememt Gmbh 27/08/2009 180 Days The Ministry of Health (MOH) developed a six year Programme of Work (2004-2010).The MOH has also adopted the Sector Wide Approach (SWAp) to health development as the overarching strategy for the implementation of the Programme of Work (POW). The priorities of the POW revolve around the provision of the Essential Health package as part of the Malawi Poverty Reduction Strategy (MPRS) and Malawi Growth and Development Strategy (MGDS). The broad objective of the POW is to raise the level of health status of all Malawians by reducing the incidence of illness and occurrence of premature deaths in the population.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5636 PO 5636 - The Annual Review of the Central Asia Regional HIV/AIDS Project (CARHAP) and the Annual Review of Kyrgyz Republic Health Sector Wide Approach (SWAp) on budget sector support http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=339993&fs=true G75 8EA Department for International Development No 35100 Competition as part of an existing framework agreement Yes HLSP 14/09/2011 75 Days To undertake an Annual Review of the Central Asia Regional HIV/AIDS Programme (CARHAP)
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5643 PO 5643 - Phase 2 of support to private sector development in Kosovo http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=339991&fs=true G75 8EA Department for International Development No 481466 Competition as part of an existing framework agreement Yes Coffey International 01/09/2011 365 Days These Terms of Reference are for a 13 month project to support private sector development (PSD) referred to as the second phase of PSD, through enhanced private sector dialogue and participation in public-private consultation processes in Kosovo. This contract will provide continued support to PSD to end of September 2012, shortly before DFID graduation from Kosovo in December 2012.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Research and development services and related consultancy services PO 5649 PO 5649 - Human Development Resource Centre (HDRC) Support for Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD) Programme Design http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=339990&fs=true G75 8EA Department for International Development No 230500 Competition as part of an existing framework agreement Yes HLSP 15/09/2011 365 Days NTDs is the term used as an umbrella description for a number of different parasitic and bacterial infections. Control of NTDs are some of the best buys in international public health in terms of costs per disability adjusted life year (DALY) averted. NTD interventions contribute to a number of MDGs, besides MDG 6 (to combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases). NTDs cause half a million deaths each year and crippling illness to millions more. The UK’s leadership role on NTDs is acknowledged by WHO, USAID and the Gates Foundation and there is considerable interest in the UK in DFID’s work on NTDs through the APPG on Malaria and NTDs.
East Kilbride East 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 40048818 PO 40048818 - Kenya Public Financial Management Capacity Assessment http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=339983&fs=true G75 8EA Department for International Development No 33889 Competition as part of an existing framework agreement Yes HLSP 03/10/2011 59 Days The objective of the assignment is to determine whether DFID’s current partners in implementing the Kenyan Health Programme have in place satisfactory financial management, reporting, and accountability arrangements.
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract that requires delivery of services in Zimbabwe 0.00 Financial consultancy services DFID PO 4517 DFID Managing Consultant – Technical Learning Co-ordination Unit (MTLC) – Protracted Relief Programme Phase 2: Zimbabwe http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=291879&fs=true Turnberry House, 100 Bunhill Road, London, EC1Y 8ND Department for International Development No 67719319 Contract Extension (costed) No GRM International 16/08/2011 50 Months The Protracted Relief Programme commenced in 2004 and the first phase ended in June 2008, successfully benefiting more than 1.5 million people. The second phase of the programme (PRP II) started in July 2008 and will end on 30 September 2012 The MTLC’s overall role is to manage and coordinate the delivery of the PRP through the programme’s implementing partners, to deliver the programme’s outputs and ensure the purpose of the PRP is achieved. The purpose of the PRP is: Livelihoods of the poorest and most vulnerable protected and promoted and destitution prevented. This will be achieved through the delivery of support to strengthen the livelihoods, productivity and food security of poor and vulnerable households, using proven interventions that communities have demanded. The MTLC will make certain that all programmatic resources improve the livelihoods of the poor in a cost effective and sustainable way.
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract that requires delivery of the service in Malawi 0.00 Financial management consultancy services DFID PO 5514 DFID Civil Society Governance Fund (Management Agent) - Malawi http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=291873&fs=true Thamesfield House, Boundary Way, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, HP2 7SR Department for International Development No 14000000 Procurement of a new requirement No HTSPE Ltd 06/10/2011 48 Months The Civil Society Governance Fund (CSGF) is intended to support work by civil society with the goal of making Malawi’s governance more accountable, inclusive and responsive to citizens. DFID wishes to appoint a Service Provider (SP) to manage a multi-donor pooled fund to implement the CSGF as well as undertake work to help improve civil society’s capacity to operate and identify strategic opportunities to facilitate citizens coming together to achieve common objectives. The CSGF will be a results-focused fund that will provide grants to civil society organisations that can demonstrate a credible plan to implement a range of activities that will achieve outputs in 3 main programme areas. These outputs should all contribute towards the outcome of empowered citizens able to promote social inclusion, political rights and accountability for basic services. The three programme areas are outlined in the ToRs and background documents. The donors involved in the CSGF at this point are DFID, the European Union and Irish Aid. The pooled fund will be in the region of £6.2 million with the possibility of additional funders coming on board. Exact levels of funding are still to be agreed. The contract will be for 3.5 years, with extension options for a further 3 subject to performance, continued need and availability of funding. The contract will begin with a 6 month inception period which if satisfactory to DFID and its partners will be followed by full implementation.
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract requiring delivery of the services globally 0.00 Business and management consultancy services 2011/S 56-091518 DFID PO5538-Trade Advocacy Fund Manager http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=274096&fs=true St. Nicholas House, St. Nicholas Road, Sutton, Surrey, SM1 1EL Department for International Development No 4477013 Procurement of a new requirement No The Crown Agents for Oversea Governments and Administration Ltd.(CAFOGAL) 20/09/2011 24 Months Financial management consultancy services. The Department for International Development (DFID) wishes to engage a Service Provider (SP) to establish and manage the Trade Advocacy Fund, a flexible, demand-led facility aimed at helping the poorest developing countries participate more effectively in international trade negotiations. The SP will identify the needs of developing countries and Regional Economic Communities (RECs) for relevant, impartial, high-quality and timely technical and legal advice and analysis; training and capacity building; and logistical support (flights, accommodation, etc.) to participate in negotiations and disputes. The SP will meet these needs by engaging with private firms, training institutes, academia and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) based in developing countries and internationally. The Trade Advocacy Fund will total £4m (which does not include the management cost), the duration will be for two years and includes a six month inception phase. There is a possible extension of up to two years, with potential further funding of £8m subject to performance, continued need and availability of funding. This sum could be increased according to demand and performance.
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract requiring delivery of the services to DFID. 258493.00 General management consultancy services DFID PO 5460 DFID: Health Partnership Scheme http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=272397&fs=true 5th Floor, 1 Wimpole Street, London, W1G 0AE Department for International Development No 258493 Procurement of a new requirement No Tropical Health and Education Trust (THET) 29/06/2011 48 Months Applications are sought for a service provider for the new Health Partnership Scheme, a UK Government-funded initiative designed to foster the sharing of experience and organisational links between UK-based health professionals and organisations, and counterparts in developing countries. The service provider will be responsible for establishing a framework for the assessment of funding applications, the awarding and fiduciary management of funds to successful projects, the monitoring and evaluation of projects, and reporting results back to the UK Government. The Health Partnership Scheme will have four strands of activity: large-scale, multi-country projects focused on UK Government designated priority countries and health needs; smaller, paired institutional partnerships linked to one of a broader range of developing countries and health needs; long-term volunteering placements for UK health workers; and the establishment and operation of a 'Healthbay' brokerage service to match the health systems needs of developing countries with expertise in the UK. The Health Partnership Scheme is intended to run for four years in its initial phase, from April 2011. A consortia delivery approach is encouraged where appropriate.
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract requiring delivery of the services to HMG 41190.00 Project management consultancy services DFID PO 40047237 DFID Short-Term Support to DFID on Developing a Coherent Humanitarian and Resilience Indicator Framework http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=269426&fs=true The Malthouse, 1 Northfield Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 8AH Department for International Development No 41190 Procurement of a new requirement No Coffey International Development Ltd 08/09/2011 3 Months To establish a comprehensive framework for humanitarian indicators and their methodologies for DFID • to feed into donor discussions on harmonising system wide indicators • to use for measuring humanitarian results The framework is expected to integrate sectoral and policy priorities.
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract requiring delivery of the services to DFID. 0.00 Project management consultancy services PO 5590 Design of a Regional Programme for Empowerment & Accountability in Africa http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=251364&fs=true SW1H 9NH Department for International Development No 45005 Procurement of a new requirement No Social Development Direct 27/06/2011 2 Months The purpose of this programme of work is to inform the design of a regional programme for empowerment accountablity in Africa by undertaking a series of in depth studies to support DFID understanding of the theory of change and strategic and programmatic case for a regional programme.
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract requiring delivery of the services in South Africa 1031226.00 General management consultancy services DFID PO 5496 DFID: Strengthening the Revitalised Response to HIV and Health (SARRAH) Impact Assessment http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=245221&fs=true The Malthouse, 1 Northfield Road, Reading, RG1 8AH Department for International Development No 1031226 Procurement of a new requirement No Coffey International Development Limited 15/07/2011 40 Months DFID wishes to engage a Service Provider (SP) with extensive experience in evaluations of public sector reform programmes. The SP will carry out an impact evaluation of DFID’s Strengthening South Africa's Revitalised Response to AIDS and Health (SSARRAH) Programme in South Africa. The purpose of the programme is "improved governance of an integrated, effective response to HIV & AIDS and Health in South Africa". Technical assistance is provided through managing consultants to the National Department of Health, South African National AIDS Council (SANAC) and Treatment Action Campaign (TAC). The evaluation will need to: o Briefly summarize the past 20 year history behind the initiatives supported under SARRAH and describe how DFID support to health & HIV has evolved. o Clarify the degree to the SARRAH program is achieving its objectives and is impacting on health and HIV in South Africa, as part of a government led, joint assessment of the Negotiated Service Delivery Agreement. o Use impact assessment methodologies to assess how well specific initiatives supported by the SARRAH programme are being successfully implemented, and assess the cost to ascertain the ‘value for money’ of the DFID contribution; o Use the knowledge gained from the work to inform annual reviews of progress in collaboration with principal partners.
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract requiring delivery of the services to DFID 1240702.00 General management consultancy services DFID PO 5447 DFID: Due Diligence Assessment of Newly Funded Civil Society Organisations http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=241207&fs=true 15 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5GL Department for International Development No 1240702 Procurement of a new requirement No KPMG LLP 20/05/2011 36 Months The Department for International Development (DFID) is seeking to appoint a service provider to carry out Due Diligence Assessments of civil society organisations (CSOs). The objective is to assess the capacity of CSOs successful for the first time in their application for grant funding, to establish whether they are able to manage the provisionally agreed grant in accordance with its terms and conditions. The service provider's tasks will include, but not limited to, assessment of i) the integrity of the organisation's operational status, structure, purpose and objectives; ii) the financial status, viability and capacity to manage the provisionally agreed grant; iii) the capacity, technical skills and relevant experience to manage activities funded by the provisionally agreed grant; iv) the robustness of their systems, processes and procedures, including compliance with any policies, laws and regulations; v) the procurement capability of the organisation and the effectiveness of its procurement systems; vi) the organisation's procedures for managing environmental risks. The contract is expected to begin in January 2011 and will run initially for a period of 36 months, with a possible 24 month extension subject to satisfactory performance and a continuing need.General management consultancy services.
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract requiring delivery of services to DFID 1103250.00 Evaluation consultancy services DFID PO 5432 DFID: Evaluation Manager for the Poverty Impact Fund (PIF) and Partnership Programme Arrangements (PPAs) http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=239566&fs=true The Matlhouse, 1 Northfield Road, Reading, RG1 8AH Department for International Development No 1103250 Procurement of a new requirement No Coffey International Development Limited 14/01/2011 48 Months The Department for International Development (DFID) is seeking to appoint an Evaluation Manager to provide evaluation guidance to its Poverty Impact Fund (PIF) and Programme Partnership Arrangements (PPAs). The PIF is a new competitive fund, worth approximately GBP40m/year for three years, to support civil society organisations in achieving the Millennium Development Goals in poor countries. A new application round for PPA funding from April 2011 to March 2014 is underway. New PPAs will need measurable performance frameworks to link funding to performance over the 3 year PPA period. DFID expects to allocate GBP 120m/year to PPAs, (including GBP 20m for Conflict, Security and Justice, and Humanitarian priorities). The service provider's responsibilities will include, but not be limited to, i) ensuring evaluability of grants from each fund; ii) advising grantees on best practice principles and standards for evaluation; iii) providing quality assurance and initial advice to grantees to ensure a robust and independent approach to evaluation. The contract is expected to begin in December 2010 and run initially for 48 months, with a possible 24 month extension. A review will be held after 36 months to examine continuing need for the contract and performance of the Evaluation Manager, focusing on value for money. Evaluation consultancy services.
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract requiring delivery of the services to DFID 2189585.00 Financial management consultancy services DFID PO 5543 DFID: Fund Manager for the Global Poverty Action Fund http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=239560&fs=true 3 Princeton Court, 55 Felsham Road, London, SW15 1AZ Department for International Development No 2189585 Procurement of a new requirement No Triple Line Consulting Limited 15/12/2010 36 Months The Department for International Development (DFID) wishes to appoint a service provider to manage its Poverty Impact Fund (PIF). This is a new competitive funding scheme, with a focus on service delivery with the objective of supporting poverty-fighting groups working towards the Millennium Development Goals. Funding allocations will be in the region of GBP 40 million per year for three years, and will benefit a range of small to large civil society organisations. The service provider's tasks will include, but will not be limited to, i) undertaking professional appraisal of all PIF Concept Notes; ii) undertaking professional appraisal of all PIF Proposals (including budgets and logframes); iii) providing constructive feedback to unsuccessful applicants; iv) issuing of all PIF grant agreements; v) checking, authorising and payment of all PIF financial claims; vi) appraisal and feedback on annual reports and project completion reports; vii) providing advice and guidance to PIF grant holders. The contract is expected to begin in January 2011 and will run initially for a period of 36 months, with the possibility of a further 24 month extension subject to satisfactory performance and a continuing need. Financial management consultancy services.
East Kilbride West This is a global contract 0.00 Research and development services and related consultancy services DFID PO 5243 DFID Tackling the neglected crisis of undernutrition http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=239546&fs=true 20006-10 Department for International Development No 5997806 Procurement of a new requirement No International Food Policy Research Institute 01/06/2011 72 Months DFID is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOIs) from suppliers to lead a consortium of organisations with multi-disciplinary skills in the theme "Tackling the Neglected Crisis of Undernutrition". DFID is looking for innovative, strategic research in response to this theme that will build upon the existing evidence base and provide new knowledge on how to shape effective service delivery and strengthen health systems in the future. This theme is one of 3 Health Research Programme Consortia being advertised simultaneously with the purpose to generate new policy relevant knowledge that will help DFID and the wider development community eradicate world poverty. It is expected that contracts will be awarded under all 3 themes and more than 1 contract may be awarded under each theme. Suppliers are free to bid for more than contract. Full details are available in the draft Terms of Reference. Research and development services and related consultancy services.
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract requiring delivery of the services in Kenya 2902694.00 General management consultancy services DFID PO 5448 DFID: DRIVERS OF ACCOUNTABILITY PROGRAMME http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=239530&fs=true Suite 440, Southbank House, Black Prince Road, London, SE1 7SJ Department for International Development No 2902694 Procurement of a new requirement No DAI Europe Ltd 31/05/2011 55 Months The Department for International Development (DFID) wishes to engage a Service Provider (SP) to assist in the delivery of the Drivers of Accountability Programme (DAP) in Kenya. The DAP is a joint governance programme supported by DFID Kenya, the Embassy of Denmark (EoD) and Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA). It will be governed by a Joint Steering Committee consisting of senior representatives from these three agencies. The purpose of the DAP is to improve the Kenyan Government's accountability to its citizens, thereby supporting the goal of making Kenya a more stable democracy. DFID and EoD require management services for the civil society organisations to be supported through the DAP. In addition, the Management Agent will serve as secretariat to the Steering Committee and provide support services to manage the monitoring and evaluation of the overall DAP. The MA will be responsible for the effective delivery of the Programme, and specifically the following: - Ensure timely and effective management and implementation of the DAP civil society basket including financial management - Monitoring of DAP implementation - Capacity building of selected DAP recipients on monitoring and reporting - Coordination between CSO and other DAP programme recipients - Secretariat to the JSCGeneral management consultancy services
East Kilbride South 0.00 Business and management consultancy and related services PO5563 Mine Action Programme- Sri Lanka http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=237710&fs=true 125 Borough High Street, London, SE1 1NP Department for International Development No 3000000 Competition as part of an existing framework agreement No HALO TRUST 23/05/2011 30 Months The UK has pledged £30M for mine action for the financial years 2010 – 2013. This will enable DFID to consolidate its efforts to create a safer environment that reduces suffering and promotes development and poverty reduction. It is within this context that our mine action strategy [see http://www.dfid.gov.uk/Documents/publications/de-mining-strat-16march2010.pdf] has been developed. This current tendering exercise seeks partners to manage these resources on achieving Objective 1 and Objective 3, whilst supporting delivery of Objective 2: 1. To release mine affected land which will make a measurable contribution to the socio-economic development of mine affected communities. 2. To help governments take over the management of their national mine action programmes as soon as practicable. 3. To improve value for money in mine action.
East Kilbride South 0.00 Business and management consultancy and related services PO5525 Mine Action Programme- Lao http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=237709&fs=true 68 Sackville Street , Manchester, M1 3NJ Department for International Development No 2500000 Competition as part of an existing framework agreement No Mines Advisory Group (MAG) 26/01/2011 30 Months The UK has pledged £30M for mine action for the financial years 2010 – 2013. This will enable DFID to consolidate its efforts to create a safer environment that reduces suffering and promotes development and poverty reduction. It is within this context that our mine action strategy [see http://www.dfid.gov.uk/Documents/publications/de-mining-strat-16march2010.pdf] has been developed. This current tendering exercise seeks partners to manage these resources on achieving Objective 1 and Objective 3, whilst supporting delivery of Objective 2: 1. To release mine affected land which will make a measurable contribution to the socio-economic development of mine affected communities. 2. To help governments take over the management of their national mine action programmes as soon as practicable. 3. To improve value for money in mine action.
East Kilbride South 0.00 Business and management consultancy and related services PO5524 Mine Action Programme- Vietnam http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=237704&fs=true 68 Sackville Street , Manchester, M1 3NJ Department for International Development No 2500000 Competition as part of an existing framework agreement No Mines Advisory Group (MAG) 26/01/2011 30 Months The UK has pledged £30M for mine action for the financial years 2010 – 2013. This will enable DFID to consolidate its efforts to create a safer environment that reduces suffering and promotes development and poverty reduction. It is within this context that our mine action strategy [see http://www.dfid.gov.uk/Documents/publications/de-mining-strat-16march2010.pdf] has been developed. This current tendering exercise seeks partners to manage these resources on achieving Objective 1 and Objective 3, whilst supporting delivery of Objective 2: 1. To release mine affected land which will make a measurable contribution to the socio-economic development of mine affected communities. 2. To help governments take over the management of their national mine action programmes as soon as practicable. 3. To improve value for money in mine action.
East Kilbride South 0.00 Business and management consultancy and related services PO5522 Mine Action Programme- DRC http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=237699&fs=true 68 Sackville Street , Manchester, M1 3NJ Department for International Development No 2500000 Competition as part of an existing framework agreement No Mines Advisory Group (MAG) 26/01/2011 30 Months The UK has pledged £30M for mine action for the financial years 2010 – 2013. This will enable DFID to consolidate its efforts to create a safer environment that reduces suffering and promotes development and poverty reduction. It is within this context that our mine action strategy [see http://www.dfid.gov.uk/Documents/publications/de-mining-strat-16march2010.pdf] has been developed. This current tendering exercise seeks partners to manage these resources on achieving Objective 1 and Objective 3, whilst supporting delivery of Objective 2: 1. To release mine affected land which will make a measurable contribution to the socio-economic development of mine affected communities. 2. To help governments take over the management of their national mine action programmes as soon as practicable. 3. To improve value for money in mine action.
East Kilbride South 0.00 Business and management consultancy and related services PO5505 Mine Action Programme- Sudan http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=237693&fs=true 68 Sackville Street , Manchester, M1 3NJ Department for International Development No 2500000 Competition as part of an existing framework agreement No Mines Advisory Group (MAG) 26/01/2011 30 Months The UK has pledged £30M for mine action for the financial years 2010 – 2013. This will enable DFID to consolidate its efforts to create a safer environment that reduces suffering and promotes development and poverty reduction. It is within this context that our mine action strategy [see http://www.dfid.gov.uk/Documents/publications/de-mining-strat-16march2010.pdf] has been developed. This current tendering exercise seeks partners to manage these resources on achieving Objective 1 and Objective 3, whilst supporting delivery of Objective 2: 1. To release mine affected land which will make a measurable contribution to the socio-economic development of mine affected communities. 2. To help governments take over the management of their national mine action programmes as soon as practicable. 3. To improve value for money in mine action.
East Kilbride South 0.00 Business and management consultancy and related services PO5500 Mine Action Programme- Mozambique http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=237688&fs=true 125 Borough High Street, London, SE1 1NP Department for International Development No 2500000 Competition as part of an existing framework agreement No HALO TRUST 07/01/2011 30 Months The UK has pledged £30M for mine action for the financial years 2010 – 2013. This will enable DFID to consolidate its efforts to create a safer environment that reduces suffering and promotes development and poverty reduction. It is within this context that our mine action strategy [see http://www.dfid.gov.uk/Documents/publications/de-mining-strat-16march2010.pdf] has been developed. This current tendering exercise seeks partners to manage these resources on achieving Objective 1 and Objective 3, whilst supporting delivery of Objective 2: 1. To release mine affected land which will make a measurable contribution to the socio-economic development of mine affected communities. 2. To help governments take over the management of their national mine action programmes as soon as practicable. 3. To improve value for money in mine action.
East Kilbride South 0.00 Business and management consultancy and related services PO5498 Mine Action Programme- Cambodia http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=237679&fs=true 68 Sackville Street , Manchester, M1 3NJ Department for International Development No 3500000 Competition as part of an existing framework agreement No Mines Advisory Group (MAG) 27/01/2011 30 Months The UK has pledged £30M for mine action for the financial years 2010 – 2013. This will enable DFID to consolidate its efforts to create a safer environment that reduces suffering and promotes development and poverty reduction. It is within this context that our mine action strategy [see http://www.dfid.gov.uk/Documents/publications/de-mining-strat-16march2010.pdf] has been developed. This current tendering exercise seeks partners to manage these resources on achieving Objective 1 and Objective 3, whilst supporting delivery of Objective 2: 1. To release mine affected land which will make a measurable contribution to the socio-economic development of mine affected communities. 2. To help governments take over the management of their national mine action programmes as soon as practicable. 3. To improve value for money in mine action.
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract requiring delivery of the services in the UK 3000000.00 Research consultancy services DFID PO 5494 DFID : Evidence and Lessons from Latin America http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=184247&fs=true The Schumacher Centre for Technology and Development, Bourton Hall, Bourton on Dunsmore, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV23 9QZ Department for International Development No 3000000 Procurement of a new requirement No Practical Action Consulting 22/06/2010 36 Months To deliver a programme of work that systematically captures and communicates some of the key policy and research lessons from Latin America. The programme aims to communicate the lessons learned and establish a sustainable systematic approach to ensuring the lessons are accessible by those who may benefit from them.
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract requiring delivery of the services in the UK 5342288.00 Research consultancy services DFID PO 5408 DFID: Artemisinin Resistant Malaria Research Programme http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=184241&fs=true Wellington Square, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 2JD Department for International Development Yes 5342288 Procurement of a new requirement No University of Oxford 11/01/2011 36 Months To plan, manage and implement an urgent three year programme of research to help address the emergence of artemisinin resistant malaria.
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract requiring delivery of the services in Malawi 375000.00 General management consultancy services DFID PO 4998 DFID: Institutional Development Assistance to the Government of Malawi, Ministry of Science, Education and Technology http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=178701&fs=true 3 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7SP Department for International Development No 375000 Procurement of a new requirement No Adam Smith International 23/02/2009 36 Months To assist the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST) in planning and implementing a SWAp in the education sector.
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract requiring delivery of the services to the development partners of the Accountabiliy Working Group 190230.00 General management consultancy services DFID PO 5576 DFID: Public Financial Management Consultancy Support Uganda http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=158501&fs=true RG1 8AH Department for International Development No 190230 Procurement of a new requirement No Coffey International Development Ltd 15/06/2011 12 Months This consultancy is to ensure the provision of efficient, effective and quality support to the development partners of the Accountability Working Group.
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract requiring delivery of the services in Pakistan 408763.00 Human resources management consultancy services DFID PO 3635 DFID Support to the North West Frontier Province - Provincial Project and Capacity Building of FATA Secretariat http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=158488&fs=true 6 St Aldates Courtyard, 38 St Aldates, Oxford, OX1 1BN Department for International Development No 408763 Procurement of a new requirement No Oxford Policy Management 17/09/2007 36 Months The DFID is seeking Expressions of Interest from Service Providers (SP) interested in supporting Provincial Government of North West Frontier Province (NWFP) to implement its Provincial Reform Programme and FATA Secretariat for its capacity building. The selected SP will provide technical assistance to NWFP government, Finance Department. The PRP aims to help GoNWFP to improve public services in NWFP. This will be achieved through 5 outputs: First, improving NWFP's financial management system. Second, improving NWFP's Human Resource Management systems. Third, support to improve the quality of statistics for monitoring and evaluation. Fourth, setting up systems and process, and building staff capacity to better co-ordinate policy reform within government, and between government and donors. Fifth, roll out of NWFP Performance Based Budgeting Programme. The sixth output will be to strengthen FATA Secretariat's capacity to use resources effectively. Both Secretariats are based in Peshawar, NWFP, Pakistan.
Glasgow City This is a DFID contract requiring delivery of the services in Sudan 33100000.00 Financial management consultancy services DFID PO 5240 DFID Fund Management of the Basic Services Interim Arrangements http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=155093&fs=true Amsterdamseweg 15, 6814 CM Arnhem, PO Box 550, 6800 AN Arnhem, Arnhem Department for International Development No 33100000 Re-competition of an existing requirement No BMB Mott MacDonald 30/03/2010 24 Months The ’Service Provider’ (SP) will support the Government of Southern Sudan (GoSS) to expand health, education and water & sanitation services. This will be achieved through the provision of technical and financial management services to a joint donor fund, the BSFIA, established to oversee NGO projects delivering basic services.
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract for a global service 1240702.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security DFID PO 5447 DFID: Due Dilligence Assesment of Newly Funded Civil Society Organisations http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=49599&fs=true 15 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5GL Department for International Development No 1240702 Procurement of a new requirement No KPMG LLP 01/02/2011 02/02/2011 - 03/02/2014 The Department for International Development (DFID) is seeking to appoint a service provider to carry out Due Diligence Assessments of civil society organisations (CSOs). The objective is to assess the capacity of CSOs successful for the first time in their application for grant funding, to establish whether they are able to manage the provisionally agreed grant in accordance with its terms and conditions. The service provider's tasks will include, but not limited to, assessment of i) the integrity of the organisation's operational status, structure, purpose and objectives; ii) the financial status, viability and capacity to manage the provisionally agreed grant; iii) the capacity, technical skills and relevant experience to manage activities funded by the provisionally agreed grant; iv) the robustness of their systems, processes and procedures, including compliance with any policies, laws and regulations; v) the procurement capability of the organisation and the effectiveness of its procurement systems; vi) the organisation's procedures for managing environmental risks. The contract is expected to begin in January 2011 and will run initially for a period of 36 months, with a possible 24 month extension subject to satisfactory performance and a continuing need.General management consultancy services.
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract for services to be delivered to the Government of Sierra Leone 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security DFID PO 5087 DFID: Service Provider for Technical Assistance National Water and Sanitation Policy http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=49579&fs=true Westminster Tower, 3 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7SP Department for International Development No 4815707 Procurement of a new requirement No Adam Smith International 01/02/2011 04/02/2011 - 03/02/2014 DFID wishes to contract a Service Provider (SP) for up to three years to manage a programme of support ie the Hygiene Sanitation & Water Supply Programme (HSWSP), to the Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL) Ministry of Energy & Water Resources (MoEWR). The objective of the contract is to assist the GoSL in implementing its National Water and Sanitation Policy (NWSP) ie responding to the urgent need for integrated and cross-sectoral approaches to water management and development. The aim is to improve the financing, management and delivery of sustainable water services in Sierra Leone and to enable whole rural and urban communities to adopt safe hygiene and sanitation practices and consume safe water. This will be done through the development and implementation of One National Water and Sanitation Strategy with accompanying investment plan and will contribute towards the Government of Sierra Leone's goal to reduce the appalling maternal, under 5 and infant mortality rates. This will involve considerable capacity building of and support to district councils and MDAs (Ministries, Departments and Agencies) to define and deliver on their water & environmental sanitation responsibilities. The SP will provide oversight for both the UN and INGO components of DFID's support, and ensure this programme engages effectively with the SP delivering DFID's support to the National Reproductive & Child Health (RCH) programme. The SP will establish a small management and coordination unit outside the MoEWR to manage the HSWSP, and will work closely with the Ministry of Health & Sanitation, Ministry of Finance, and the Ministry of Education Youth & Sport, all of which are supported by DFID funded programmes. The SP will also develop and implement a small Rural Water Service Grant mechanism. Project management consultancy services.Cleaning and sanitation services in urban or rural areas, and related services.
East Kilbride West This a DFID contract, jointly funded by Irish Aid, SIDA and DFID, for services to be provided to the OACD/DAC 631830.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security DFID PO 5379 DFID: Multiple Stakeholder Evaluation Public Sector Governance (PSGR) - Awarded to an SME http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=26314&fs=true 6 St Aldates Courtyard, 35 St Aldates, Oxford, OX1 1BN Department for International Development Yes 631830 Procurement of a new requirement No Oxford Policy Management 24/02/2011 24/02/2011 - 30/11/2011 The UK Department for International Development (DFID)is seeking to appoint a service provider for approximately nine months to implement an evaluation of OECD donors' Public Service Governance Reform activities over the last 10 years. The evaluation, to be conducted with Paris Declaration principles, will run from late 2010 to mid 2011 Using a mix of primary and secondary sources, and drawing on up to 6 country case studies, the evaluation will consider the achievement of national reforms to the central functions of state, and the contribution of external support for these reforms. It will also consider how reforms relate to decentralized service delivery. Service providers must be able to demonstrate a very high level of technical knowledge of public service governance reforms and aid effectiveness, as well as comprehensive research, facilitation and evaluation experience and skills. Having the skills to enable case-study findings to be negotiated by all parties will be critical. Full details are available in the draft terms of reference. General management consultancy services
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract requiring delivery of the services in Ghana 12244.00 Project management consultancy services DFID PO 5717 Climate Change and Environmental Governance Support to Ghana 2011/12 http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=308629&fs=true The Old Mill, Blisworth Hill Barns, Stoke Road, Blisworth, Northamptonshire, NN7 3DB Department for International Development No 12244 Procurement of a new requirement No Harewelle International Ltd 31/10/2011 31/10/2011 - 31/07/2012 To complete a work-plan, including draft ToR’s for further call-down assignments under five work streams underpinning DFID support to Ghana. This will include (in-country) meetings with key stakeholders, discussion on the five work streams, agreement on priorities, timing, sequencing, resourcing and costing of activities under each work stream.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 2267 PO 2267 Bangladesh: Managing at the Top (Phase 2) – MATT II http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=604915&fs=true BT67 Department for International Development No 1358417 amendment No HELM Corporation Ltd 21/06/2012 11/06/2006 - 31/01/2013 The primary objective of the consultancy is to assist the Government of Bangladesh to create the conditions for incremental administrative reform and performance improvement within the Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS) through the provision of technical expertise, knowledge transfer and capacity-building for senior managers.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5897 DFID 5897: Calibrating above and below snow line precipitation as inputs to mountain hydrology models http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=611322&fs=true Utrecht, 3584 CS, The Netherlands Department for International Development No 168845 Procurement of a new requirement No Utrecht University 27/07/2012 30 Months The objective of the services is to produce research to develop a better calibrated relationship between rain and snow at higher altitudes to improve the modelling of climate changes on precipitation as inputs to hydrological models on mountain systems.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5675 DFID 5675: Low Birth Weight in South Asia: A study into cost-effective interventions http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=611321&fs=true WC1 1EH Department for International Development No 2981445 Procurement of a new requirement No University College London 26/06/2012 30 Months To commission a research study into the interventions which are most efficacious under experimental conditions with likely high cost-effectiveness to improve birth weight and maternal nutrition in South Asia.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5669 DFID 5669: Mobilising for the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Programme http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=611319&fs=true EC1Y 8ND Department for International Development No 16829834 Procurement of a new requirement No GRM International Ltd 16/05/2012 72 Months The Service Provider will set up and manage the Mobilising for the Millennium Development Goals (M4M) programme to deliver the specified outputs through providing technical and advisory input, being responsible for day-to-day management and overseeing the implementation of the programme including managing of grants to the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) conditional grant scheme for local governments, in three states in northern Nigeria, namely Kano, Kaduna and Jigawa.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5656 PO 5656 Maximising the Quality of Scaling up Nutrition http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=610368&fs=true Seattle, USA, USA Department for International Development No 0 Establishing a new framework agreement Yes Programme for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH) 08/02/2012 48 Months Maximising the Quality of Scaling up Nutrition Programmes
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5790 DFID 5790: Finance and Banking- Third Party Monies http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=611313&fs=true SM1 1EL Department for International Development No 93775 Procurement of a new requirement No Crown Agents Bank 27/03/2012 24 Months As part of DFID’s harmonisation agenda we require the facility of a banking agent who can receive TPM funds into named project accounts and when required disburse those funds as agreed by DFID and their partners. The aim of the contract is to provide those banking services to DFID and their partners and allow for the secure collection, holding and disbursement of project funds.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 4957 DFID 4957: Security Sector Accountability and Police Reform Programme (SSAPR) – Design & Implementation of a Police and External Accountability Programme: Democratic Republic of Congo http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=610361&fs=true SE1 7SJ Department for International Development No 12975516 Contract Amendment No DAI Europe Limited 18/06/2012 71 Months Security Sector Accountability and Police Reform Programme (SSAPR) – Design & Implementation of a Police and External Accountability Programme: Democratic Republic of Congo
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5595 PO 5595 Infrastructure Advisory Facility (NIAF) 2 http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=604908&fs=true London, SE1 7SP Department for International Development Yes 43750 contract amendment No Adam Smith Intl 29/06/2012 60 Months Infrastructure Advisory Facility (NIAF) 2
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5645 DFID 5645: Retrospective Evaluation of the impact of DFID Rural Livelihoods Investments in India http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=610344&fs=true S11 8FT Department for International Development No 333275 Procurement of a new requirement No IOD PARC (trading name of International Organisation Development Ltd) 30/04/2012 14 Months 1. There are two principal objectives to this study: (i) To establish the impact(s), positive and negative, of DFID’s 20 year £250 million Rural Livelihoods investments in India. (ii) To establish (and provide evidence) to what degree development interventions can be evaluated rigorously ex-post.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5879 DFID 5879: For Development of Application Software and Implementation of Drug Inventory Management Information System (DIMIS) for Bihar Medical Services and Infrastructure Corporation Ltd (BMSICL) http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=609654&fs=true Trivandum 695014 India Department for International Development No 98539 Procurement of a new requirement No Kran Consulting Pvt. Ltd 12/06/2012 4 Months The availability of drug supplies, equipment’s and adequate infrastructure are the essential element in the delivery of quality, integrated health services. The Department of Health is keen to ensure that there is no stock outs of drugs and hospital supplies at the facilities. A rapid assessment of the present system has identified several issues which have hampered the overall objective of the State Health Policy to ensure availability of essential drugs and equipment’s at district and facility levels (Service Delivery Units). With a view to ensure availability of drugs, equipment’s and required infrastructure at service delivery points, an autonomous corporation named as Bihar Medical Services and infrastructure Corporation Ltd. (BMSICL) has been constituted recently. It is hoped that constitution of an exclusive corporation for procurement of drugs, equipment and works will go a long way in improving the current situation. The inventory control of drugs, which is the most critical element in the whole process, is now manually executed. A computerized on-line drug inventory management information system (DIMIS) for effective decision making , is proposed to be introduced in the BMSICL also to increase all-round efficiency of the drug procurement and distribution process. For this a feasibility study was conducted and report has been submitted. This ToR is prepared for selecting agency for developing and implementing application software as per the feasibility study report.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5170 DFID 5170: Policy Development Facility (PDF): Nigeria http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=609644&fs=true HP2 7SR Department for International Development No 9309990 Contract Amendment No HTSPE Ltd 05/07/2012 60 Months Policy Development Facility (PDF): Nigeria
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5855 DFID 5855: Study into the role of the private sector in primary education for the urban poor in Bangladesh http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=609637&fs=true RG1 4BS Department for International Development No 47300 Procurement of a new requirement No CfBT Education Trust 14/06/2012 6 Months The key objective of this study is to map the extent to which private low fee primary schools are accessible by urban poor children in Bangladesh.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5846 DFID 5846: Study into the potential long-term viability and expansion of Gyan Shala through private sector investment http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=609626&fs=true RG1 4BS Department for International Development No 76500 Procurement of a new requirement No CfBT Education Trust 14/06/2012 6 Months The objective of the study is to assess how the Gyan Shala can be developed in such a way as to secure long-term financial viability, looking at a range of sources of capital investment and the business model that can offer the best value for money.
East Kilbride West NA Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5792 DFID 5792: Forest, Governance, Markets and Climate Services Framework http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=609608&fs=true multiple Department for International Development NA 200000000 Establishing a new framework agreement Yes multiple 16/04/2012 48 Months The Framework will provide services to UK’s bilateral international forestry projects on the basis of need. It will help deliver international, regional and country services to the Forest Governance Markets and Climate (FGMC) programme. This is a new project with a budget of £60 million over its first four years. FGMC is UK’s bilateral contribution to the European Union Forest Law Enforcement Governance and Trade (EU FLEGT) Action Plan, and will work with ten or so countries in that Action Plan. The Framework will also provide services to UK bilateral country partnerships to help deliver Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+). These are currently under development and due to start beginning 2012.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5745 DFID 5745: Proposed Joint DFID-CIDA Review of the Caribbean Catastrophic Risk Insurance Facility http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=448156&fs=true RH1 1LG Department for International Development No 95000 Procurement of a new requirement Yes IMC Worldwide Ltd 08/02/2012 5 Months The overall objective of the evaluation is to determine the overall performance, effectiveness, efficiency, validity and sustainability of parametric risk insurance as a disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation instrument for the Caribbean as a whole and for individual countries. Specific objectives include: To assess past, and anticipated, CCRIF impact on disaster losses, recovery including any effect on economic growth and poverty reduction.. To investigate the comparative cost benefits to participating states of investing in CCRIF instead of, or alongside, other financial instruments or risk reduction opportunities. The costs benefits assessment is to include associated risks; e.g. CCRIF pay-out is compromised or the mechanism is not triggered. To determine the sustainability of the CCRIF and implications if payments and premia are met by donors instead of countries. To capture specific lessons, for example; implications on regional political integration, economic investment and the development of policy guidelines and regulatory frameworks. To assist regional and participating members understand their risk profiles, to be more familiar with insurance instruments and to help them make informed investment decisions for risk reduction. To consider the potential role of CCRIF within regional and national climate change adaptation strategies. To provide objective data and evidence to allow DFID/CIDA, participating states and other interested parties, to assess options for supporting the development of risk insurance products with the region in general and specifically with the CCRIF. To reach a comparative appraisal of effectiveness of catastrophe insurance against other forms (options) of post disaster financing from country and donor perspectives To examine CCRIF functioning and activities against the original mandate and purpose e.g. scholarships, new insurance products, and disaster risk reduction projects.
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract that requires delivery of services in the Kyrgyz Republic 0.00 General management consultancy services DFID PO 5583 DFID Public Expenditure Tracking Survey (PETS) - Kyrgyz Republic http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=291891&fs=true Malthouse, 1 Northfield Road, Reading , Berkshire, RG1 8AH Department for International Development No 0 Contract Extension (costed) No Coffey International Development Ltd 25/08/2011 10 Months The Objective – to undertake Public Expenditure Tracking Surveys (PETS) in Health and Education to help the Ministry of Finance (MoF) and the sector ministries ensure that health and education services are improved through greater transparency, improved accountability to users of services and stronger financial management of scarce resources. The Recipient is the Government of Kyrgyz Republic (GoKR), specifically the Ministries of Health, Education, and Finance. Both MoE and MoH will provide accommodation and counterparts to work with consultants. The Scope – to undertake PETS in both Health and Education that will provide additional baseline data for the various ongoing and in design programmes. The surveys should also contribute to the commitment of Government of Kyrgyz Republic, DFID and other donors including Swiss Development Co-operation (SDC) to improve transparency in relation to government resource management and to greater accountability and oversight of budgeting by citizens and civil society
East Kilbride West 0.00 Research and development services and related consultancy services PO 5676 PO 5676 - Making Markets Work for the Poor (M4P) Facility – Technical Support Desk Pilot http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=339988&fs=true G75 8EA Department for International Development No 113956 Competition as part of an existing framework agreement Yes Coffey International 29/09/2011 270 Days To establish a Making Markets Work for the Poor (M4P) Technical Support Desk (TSD) to provide short-term high quality technical input to DFID country programmes. This will improve practitioners understanding of how to develop and implement effective market development programmes in a country context.
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract requiring delivery of services in Sierra Leone 849750.00 General management consultancy services DFID PO 5518 DFID: Support to Audit Service Sierra Leone http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=237692&fs=true 20 Farringdon Road, London, EC1M 3AP Department for International Development No 849750 Procurement of a new requirement No PKF (UK) LLP 29/06/2011 12 Months The UK Department for International Development (DFID) is seeking to appoint a firm from April 2011 until 30 April 2012 to act as a service provider to the Audit Service of Sierra Leone (ASSL). The main objective will be to provide procurement assistance, fiduciary oversight and Technical Assistance (TA) to the ASSL, the recipient, in order to achieve the project goal, purpose and outputs. The project documentation and Logframe are attached with the ToRs. This phase of DFID support to the ASSL can be summarised as an institution sustainability programme, building on previous solid achievements to date but also strengthening the ASSL’s capacity in areas of its mandate that hitherto have been subject to less attention and resource inputs. The service provider will assist the ASSL in all procurement actions required under the contract; provide fiduciary oversight on locally incurred expenditure; and provide technical assistance to deliver both the project logframe and outputs detailed in the ASSL strategic Framework document designed in 2010. This will support the further development of the ASSL and Public Accounts Committee (PAC) as modern, well respected and effective institutions.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5862 PO 5862 SCIP Ethiopia Fund Manager for Strategic Climate Institutions Programme (SCIP) http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=620669&fs=true WE1 Department for International Development No 0 Procurement of a new requirement No KPMG 01/05/2012 36 Months The objective of this programme is to build Ethiopia’s institutional capacity to respond to climate change across Ethiopian Government (not just the agencies leading on climate change), civil society organisations, academia and international development partners. In order to meet these principles the fund management and oversight will be both simple and innovative. This support will enable the country to build its resilience to climate change and take advantage of the opportunities presented by low carbon development
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5723 PO 5723 Growth & Employment in States Support to the Wholesale and Retail Industry http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=620665&fs=true WU1 Department for International Development No 0 Procurement of a new requirement No Coffey International 01/07/2012 60 Months The GEMS project is targeted at four states of Nigeria: Kano, Kaduna, Lagos and Cross River, but as with other components, work in the wholesale and retail component will expand beyond these states where impact can be maximised. In the case of this component, work will be required in the trading centres of Aba and Onitsha (in Anambra and Abia states, respectively). DFID is also concerned to create more jobs and raise incomes for men and women in conflict affected parts of the country, including the Delta, middle belt and north-east; the project should develop feasible approaches in these areas if security permits, and if the market scale is appropriate
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5904 PO 5904 Technical Assistance to Kenya Police http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=616818&fs=true WU1 6AG Department for International Development No 248255 Procurement of a new requirement No Coffey International Development Ltd 01/08/2012 12 Months DFID Kenya is supporting the Government of Kenya to develop and implement a police reforms programme. The Government has requested UK technical assistance to oversee and support the police to implement the programme.
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract requiring delivery of the services in Nigeria 8547269.00 General management consultancy services DFID PO 5369 DFID Nigeria Infrastructure Advisory Facility (NIAF) http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=158494&fs=true 3 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7SP Department for International Development No 8547269 Re-competition of an existing requirement No Adam Smith International 21/12/2010 12 Months DFID has decided to intensify the rate of expenditure under the existing NIAF service contract, and then close that contract at 31.10.2010 (by which time funding under that contract will be exhausted). It then wishes to establish a successor 13 month service contract to be mobilised by 1.11.2010, in line with the original objectives of NIAF. This will both support the reform of the Power sector under the PACP and continue general technical support to the Power and Transport sectors and for PPPs. The goal of the NIAF programme is 'increased access to improved, reliable and affordable infrastructure services in Nigeria'. The purpose is to 'enhance Government of Nigeria's capacity to better plan, finance and operate infrastructure delivery at the Federal and State levels. NIAF's approach is to facilitate and accelerate these processes of change by improving access to technical assistance (TA) to address priority constraints encountered by the public and private sectors in infrastructure. Service providers will need to demonstrate flexibility and speed of action, recognising that windows for useful provision of advice are often sharply limited by the electoral cycle or the exigencies of negotiations among affected parties.
United Kingdom 278351.00 Local area network RM1106-SB Cabling Infrastructure Contract http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=657115&fs=true 37 Carr Lane, Hull, HU1 3RE Government Procurement Service (on behalf of Department for International Development) Yes 278351 Competition as part of an existing framework agreement Yes KCOM Group PLC 30/08/2012 4 Months The Department for International Development requires the installation of Structured Cabling System (SCS) to support the deployment of voice and data services within their new office space located at 22 and 26 Whitehall.
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract. The services are to be delivered to the Government of Kenya. 3900000.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security DFID PO 5345 DFID PO 5345 Kenya Market Assistance Programme (awarded to an SME) http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=1070&fs=true Westminster Tower, 3 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7SP Department for International Development Yes 3900000 Procurement of a new requirement No Adam Smith International 13/01/2011 14/01/2011 - 13/06/2015 DFID PO 5345: DFID is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) for a service provider (SP) to design and implement a market development programme. The objective of the Market Assistance Programme (MAP) is to improve the performance of key markets that are important for poor people in Kenya. The assignment will involve encouraging and developing systemic change in weak value chain performance. The SP is expected to identify key market systems or sub-sectors where interventions will be implemented which result in sustainable and significant job creation, incomes growth and poverty reduction among both men and women. The programme and approach will be supporting Goals 4 and 5 of Kenya Government Private Sector Development Strategy by improving productivity, small and micro enterprises, and entrepreneurship development. The SP will work to form and support the 3 outputs, namely: the SP will work in market systems agreed upon with DFID guided by growth potential, relevance to poor people and sustainability; creation of at least 400,000 new jobs and 10% annual increase in incomes of 100,000 households at the end of MAP; significant increase in perceptions and usage of a market approach. The contract will run for five years with possibility of up to two years extension.General management consultancy services.
East Kilbride West This is a DFID contract. The services are to be delivered to the Government of Nigeria. 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security DFID PO 5470 DFID PO 5470 Monitoring and Evaluation of Nigeria's State Level Porgrammes http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=1064&fs=true Watermanweg 44, 3067 GG , Rotterdam, 3067 GG Department for International Development No 4865643 Procurement of a new requirement No ECORYS Nederland BV 13/01/2011 14/01/2011 - 13/01/2016 DFID PO 5470 DFID Nigeria wishes to appoint an independent external provider (the Service Provider) to monitor progress with, and evaluate the achievements of, an integrated suite of four New State Level Programmes (SLP or 'the Programmes'). The Programmes were introduced from 2008 to support the Federal Government of Nigeria and 5 State Governments from 2008 to 2014.General management consultancy services
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5820 DFID 5820: Safety and Access to Justice Programme – Procurement of Goods and Related Services for the Programme http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=571481&fs=true Bussum Department for International Development No 1000000 Call down contract from existing framework agreement Yes IPA - International Procurement Agency (BV) 28/05/2012 12 Months Department for International Development (DFID) seeks to procure a wide range of equipment and associated services, ranging from IT equipment to the refurbishment of Sudanese government buildings for the Safety and Access to Justice Programme (SAJP), which is managed by a consortium led by Atos Consulting.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5692 DFID 5692: Developing a Textbook Policy for South Sudan http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=571478&fs=true EC2A 2BS Department for International Development No 197225 Procurement of a new requirement No Education for Change Ltd 01/06/2012 8 Months The purpose of this consultancy is to draft a National Textbook Policy for South Sudan. The word ‘textbook’ is used throughout the document to refer to learning materials for primary and secondary schools and the Alternative Education System (AES).
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5658 DFID 5658: Voices for change – Empowering Adolescent Girls and Women: Nigeria http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=571477&fs=true EC1Y 8ND Department for International Development No 1875276 Procurement of a new requirement No GRM International Ltd 31/05/2012 9 Months DFID Nigeria seeks a service provider/ consortium to design an ambitious, innovative gender equality programme in Nigeria – Voices for Change (V4C): Empowering Adolescent Girls and Women for the period 2012 – 2017 and, subject to further approvals, manage its implementation phase.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5550 DFID 5550: Fund Manager for DFID Pakistan’s Education Sector Voice and Accountability and Innovation Fund for Education Projects http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=571471&fs=true SE1 7SJ Department for International Development No 8000000 Contract Amendment No DAI Europe Limited 28/05/2012 41 Months The objective of the voice and accountability fund is to improve the governance of public and private basic education sector (i.e. for children in primary and lower secondary grades 1-10, who are approximately 5-16 years old, as per Pakistan Constitution Art. 25-A guaranteeing universal education) in Pakistan by providing grants to civil society organisations, individuals and non government organisations to carry out research and to demand more transparency. The objective of the Innovation Fund is to provide innovative solutions to the problems in the education system which will ultimately contribute to access to quality education (i.e. for children as above) including increase in the Net Enrolment Rate (NER) and students learning achievement in Pakistan. Each solution will be expected to have a demonstrated impact on one or more of the following metrics: - Enrolment rates of children in school - Learning outcomes, measured through a standardized test or other appropriate instrument approved by the Innovation Fund - Parent and student satisfaction, measured through a survey instrument approved by the Innovation fund - Governance, measured through a qualitative assessment In addition, the Innovation Fund will have the following, secondary, objectives, which are expected to be by-products of its work achieving its main objective: - Generate creativity and original thinking around learning through demonstration - Promote the number and capacity of social entrepreneurs in Pakistan - Increase Pakistani social entrepreneurs’ exposure to local and international innovations in education and showcase lessons learnt in Pakistan - Provide opportunities for networking and exploring possibilities for innovative collaborations among government, multinationals, private schools, NGOs, social entrepreneurs, and other stakeholders - Create a model fund with transparent criteria and performance-based systems
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5903 DFID 5903: Project Completion Review of the Central Asia Regional HIV/AIDS Project (CARHAP) and Kyrgyz Republic Health Sector Wide Approach (SWAp) on budget sector support http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=571467&fs=true SE1 9LZ Department for International Development No 42680 Competition as part of an existing framework agreement Yes HLSP Ltd 21/05/2012 6 Months To undertake a Project Completion Review of the Central Asia Regional HIV/AIDS Programme (CARHAP).
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5887 DFID 5887: Procurement of Long Term Family Planning Commodities for Private Sector under the DFID-USAID Joint Programme for Accelerating the Rise in Contraceptive Prevalence in Uganda http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=569348&fs=true Bussum, The Netherlands Department for International Development No 3936021 Call down contract from existing framework agreement Yes IPA - International Procurement Agency (BV) 17/05/2012 36 Months The purpose of DFID’s £3,936,021 is for IPA to carry out the procurement of long term family planning commodities (IUDs and Implants) for the private sector. IPA will demonstrate that its technical and commercial capacity will deliver Value for Money in the management of this programme.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5697 DFID 5697: Management Organisation - KP Education Sector Programme - Technical Assistance Component http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=569315&fs=true SE1 7SP Department for International Development No 1146700 Procurement of a new requirement No Adam Smith International Ltd 25/05/2012 28 Months The goal and purpose of the DFID KP Education Sector Programme (KP ESP) are as follows: • Goal: Human Capital increased (better educated and skilled citizens) in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province. • Purpose: Sustained increase in the numbers of girls and boys participating in better quality primary and secondary education in KP. The purpose and goal will contribute to the aspiring “super goal” of “peace, prosperity and progress in KP.” KP Province is vulnerable, suffers from conflict and is challenged on many fronts. It needs help to stabilise politically, to strengthen its economy (including the knowledge economy), to develop its social structures and to increase productivity. To do this, it needs to invest in its chief asset – its young population – in order to nurture the kind of human capital needed for a modern state, able to fulfil the aspirations of its people and engage with the modern world. This will require a well-managed and resourced education system able to sustain young people through (at least) a cycle of relevant basic and secondary education. The proposed five-year programme would achieve this by supporting implementation of the overall ESP and emphasising those of its policies which are likely to produce more fully-rounded young citizens.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 3635 DFID PO 3635 Support to North West Frontier Province (NWFP) Provincial Project and Capacity Building of FATA Secretariat http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=535233&fs=true 6 St Aldates Courtyard, 38 St Aldates, Oxford, OX1 1BN Department for International Development No 0 amendment No Oxford Policy Managemenrt 21/05/2012 03/09/2007 - 30/09/2012 To provide technical support and assistance to the Provincial Government and their programme partners in effective implementation of the provincial reform programme. The team will assist with staff training and development events, awareness workshops and provision of technical support. The team will also provide TC support to the FATA Secretariat in its capacity building initiatives.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5691 DFID PO 5691 AAWAZ Voice and Accountability Programme http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=530584&fs=true SE1 7SJ Department for International Development No 4662970 Procurement of a new requirement No DAI Europe Limited 21/05/2012 60 Months The Goal of AAWAZ is a stable, tolerant, prosperous and democratic Pakistan which meets the basic needs of all of its people and achieves the MDGs. The Outcome of the programme is that democratic processes in Pakistan are more open, inclusive and accountable to citizens (by 2017).
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5818 DFID 5818: Support to Public Sector Reform in the Turks and Caicos Islands http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=530573&fs=true RG1 8AH Department for International Development No 404672 Call-down contract from existing framework agreement Yes Coffey International Development Ltd 05/04/2012 6 Months Given the purpose of the Programme is to create a strong, effective and impartial Civil Service. This support is critical to meeting milestones. The objectives of the Programme being to: • To implement the TCI Government Ministries with their underlying structures in such a way that each Ministry has a clear purpose, strong leadership and the right teams within each Ministry to deliver the business of government. • To select the strongest senior team possible and support both leaders and managers through training, coaching and mentoring given the importance of providing strong, uncompromised leadership and effective management the programme will look to maximise the opportunity. • To drive efficiency and effectiveness in government. This being achieved through the creation of appropriate organisational structures (whether delivered by government or outside of government), the creation of processes that look at delivery from the perspective of the citizen. • To select the right individuals to deliver government, starting initially with the refresh of the next tiers of Management, ensuring that all teams are appropriately paid. This will be delivered through an open and transparent recruitment and selection process and the use of a consistently applied pay and grading system and performance management system. • To increase transparency in the public sector, we will publish information that will give citizens the ability to hold civil servants to account, civil servants will sign up to a code of conduct that requires them to be impartial and to act with integrity. • To re-organise the statutory bodies such that they meet the needs of government. This will mean that we will consider the most appropriate way to deliver each statutory function. • We will improve the way we communicate with all stakeholders including TCI citizens and businesses.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5801 DFID 5801: Trade Advocacy Fund Evaluation Manager http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=503140&fs=true WD17 1DE Department for International Development No 196600 Procurement of a new requirement No KMPG LLP 01/02/2012 24 Months The object of the contract is to undertake monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of the Trade Advocacy Fund, a flexible, demand-led facility aimed at helping developing countries participate more effectively in international trade negotiations. The initial role covers the evaluation of the first two years of the Fund, with an optional extension to cover a further two years. TAF is currently in the middle of a six-month inception phase (running 6th September 2011 to 6th March 2012) The key purpose of the Evaluation Manager (EM) is to ensure robust and independent evaluation is established and applied across the Trade Advocacy Fund.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5608 DFID 5608: Programme Level Monitoring & Evaluation of Strategic Climate Institutions Programme (SCIP) Ethiopia http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=503139&fs=true EH26 0PL Department for International Development No 749480 Procurement of a new requirement No LTS International Ltd 28/03/2012 42 Months There are two objectives for the contract. Objective 1 : Comprehensive Monitoring and Evaluation Strategy. To develop a comprehensive result-based M&E strategy for SCIP during the inception phase* of the programme. During this inception phase SCIP’s two instruments, a SCIP Fund serving government, civil society, development partners and academia, and a Climate Innovation Centre serving the private sector, will be established. The overall M&E strategy will set out: • A clear set of evaluation questions and issues which will assess the overall theory of change underpinning SCIP • Details of indicators and methodologies for data collection and analysis • A clear work plan and financial proposal for taking forward the work • How lessons learned will be captured to strengthen M&E of climate programmes both within DFID and globally • How M&E of value for money will be incorporated beyond a simple assessment of overall results and impact. Objective 2 : Monitoring and evaluation work of SCIP. To undertake the monitoring and evaluation of SCIP over the lifespan of the programme, from 2011 to 2015. Engagement of the consultant team to deliver this second objective will be conditional on the satisfactory achievement of the first objective. *SCIP is a four year £15m programme. SCIP will involve an inception phase (12 months), an implementation phase (30 months) and a possible extension phase (12 months).
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5657 DFID 5657: International Citizen Service: Programme Implementation http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=499315&fs=true SW15 2BS Department for International Development No 54595445 Procurement of a new requirement No Voluntary Service Overseas 29/02/2012 42 Months To appoint a service provider to implement the UK Government’s International Citizen Service Programme (ICS) recruiting young adults from across the UK, who have shown a commitment to helping others in their communities, to volunteer in selected developing countries, alongside local volunteers, which will help increase the capacity of host organisations and communities as well as young people in developing countries and across the UK to achieve progress in meeting the Millennium Development Goals.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5834 DFID 5834: Procurement Agent to Monitor the Procurement of Textbooks/Teachers’ Guide/Desks/Syllabi for Primary Schools through The Primary Education Support Project in Tanzania http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=497947&fs=true SM1 1EL Department for International Development No 124300 Call-down contract from existing framework agreement Yes The Crown Agents for Overseas Governments and Administrations Ltd 02/03/2012 23 Months The objective of this assignment is to assist DFID to monitor and oversee the procurement process, including delivery to schools, for textbooks, teachers’ guides, syllabi and desks as part of the Primary Education Support Project (PESP) that is in conformity with the Tanzania Public procurement laws.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 40053281 PO 40053281: Review of Salary and other Pecuniary and Non-Pecuniary Compensation Systems of Multilateral Organisations http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=478090&fs=true BT34 1EG Department for International Development No 40000 Procurement of a new requirement No Mark McGivern 07/03/2012 3 Months The primary purpose of this review is to set out in a transparent and comprehensive manner the salary and other pecuniary and non-pecuniary compensation systems of a core set of multilateral organisations. It will provide member countries with enhanced information for decision making around how salaries and other compensation systems impact on organisational effectiveness, including cost-effectiveness, and staff incentives within these organisations. The results of the review will also be used for further work focusing on the management of and incentives for staffing levels and capacity in hardship posts, for example fragile and conflict affected states. The review is being commissioned by a broad base of like-minded donors including Sweden, Canada, the United Kingdom, Finland, The Netherlands and Switzerland.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 40047657 DFID 40047657: Provision of Social Development Advice to GFSD http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=478082&fs=true SW1E 9NH Department for International Development No 95220 Procurement of a new requirement No Social Development Direct 27/02/2012 9 Months The Gender Team is responsible for ensuring that DFID's Vision for Girls and Women is effectively implemented across the organisation. This is a ministerial priority and one of 6 objectives in DFID’s Structural Reform Plan. The post holders will enable the Gender Team to develop key knowledge and policy products that support country offices to develop and deliver innovative, evidence-based, transformational programming for girls and women. They will also provide policy analysis and key briefing to support the Gender Team in the run-up to key international events, including International Women’s Day and the Commission on the Status of Women.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5667 DFID 5667: Nutrition programme: Operational research and impact evaluation (ORIE) http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=476161&fs=true OX1 1BN Department for International Development No 6461965 Procurement of a new requirement No Oxford Policy Management 20/02/2012 60 Months The objective of the ORIE component is to determine the impact of DFID Nigeria’s Nutrition programme and address key evidence gaps on solutions to under nutrition in Northern Nigeria.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5825 DFID 5825: Development of a National SUN - 1,000 Critical Days Programme to Prevent Stunting in Zambia http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=476159&fs=true SE1 9LZ Department for International Development No 132368 Call-down contract from an existing framework agreement Yes Mott MacDonald Ltd (trading as HLSP) 24/02/2012 2 Months Development of a 1,000 Critical Days Programme, including mapping of nutrition interventions (Maximum of 133 days of consultant input).
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5261 DFID 5261: Nepal Market Development Programme http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=476156&fs=true SE1 7SP Department for International Development No 13521120 Contract amendment No Adam Smith International Ltd 22/03/2012 78 Months The objective of the programme is to reduce poverty in Nepal. This will be achieved by improving the incomes and growth for poor and disadvantaged people in key sub-sectors within agriculture and other rural markets.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5366 DFID 5366: Business Innovation Facility Management Services http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=476149&fs=true SE1 2RT Department for International Development No 6947200 Contract amendment No PricewaterhouseCoopers 06/03/2012 48 Months This amendment to the original Terms of Reference (ToR) of the Business Innovation Facility (BIF) will provide an additional £1 million to the existing BIF pilot programme to be allocated to the core budget. It lays out the ToR for the ‘core scale-up’ and is separate to any ToR amendments for individual country scale ups. As well as allowing more management support for all five countries appropriate to scaled-up project support in all countries, this core scale up will include additional funding for flexible project delivery, monitoring and evaluation (M&E) activities, as well as resources for increased lesson learning and communications. The majority of activities related to the scale-up end the same time as the ongoing BIF program, July 2013. Scale-up activities for output 1 and 2 will be referred to as taking place in years 2 (July 2011 – June 2012) and 3 (July 2012 – June 2013). Scale up activities that relate to monitoring and learning activities (Output 3) will end in December 2013. This means the overall timeframe for the BIF programme will be extended by six months – to December 2013.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5822 DFID 5822: Design of a Family Planning Project to Address Unmet Need Among Excluded and Vulnerable Groups in Nepal http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=476130&fs=true SE1 9LZ Department for International Development No 51765 Call-down contract from existing framework agreement Yes Mott MacDonald Ltd (trading as HLSP) 24/02/2012 3 Months To appoint a service provider to design DFID Nepal’s family planning project for the most geographically and socially excluded, which will result in an increase in the provision of contraceptives and in the uptake of family planning services.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5673 DFID 5673: Independent Parallel Evaluation of UNRA’s Bids (IPBE) http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=476123&fs=true SM1 1EL Department for International Development No 786604 Call-down contract from existing framework agreement Yes Crown Agents Govts and Admin 28/02/2012 36 Months The main objective of the services is to carry out independent evaluation of bids for works and services in parallel with UNRA’s bid evaluations in order to serve as a benchmark for UNRA’s own evaluations and to support and enhance the CCs decision making process for awarding of contracts. The SP shall carry out an Independent Parallel Bid Evaluation (IPBE) for all bids submitted for works contracts having an estimated value equal or greater than $10 million, for at least 30% of those bids for works contracts with an estimated value between $1 million and $10 million and on a random sample of at least 10% of bids received for works contracts with an estimated value of less than $1 million. The SP will be provided with UNRA’s works and services procurement programme and will independently select those bids for which an IPBE will be completed. Those bids whose values are equal or greater than $10 million will all be subject to IPBE. Where ad hoc works and services are required to be procured, that fall outside UNRA’s procurement programme, these will also be subject to IPBE, in line with the above criteria. In cases where prequalification is conducted prior to the bidding process the SP shall follow the same criteria for carrying out prequalification evaluation. This means all contracts equal to or in excess of (an estimated) $10 million will be evaluated The SP shall carry out an Independent Parallel Bid Evaluation (IPBE) for all bids submitted for consultancy contracts having an estimated value of $2 million and for at least 50% of those bids for consultancy contracts with an estimated value of between $1 million and $2 million. Likewise with prequalification of works contracts the SP shall undertake evaluations of Expressions of Interest submitted for services contracts. Under a separate contract revised evaluation guidelines will be prepared during the same period that the SP undertakes parallel evaluations. The IPBE SP will be asked to comment on the revised guidelines and if they have received accreditation by PPDA, prior to the end of the IPBE contract the SP will be required to use the new procedures for IPBE purposes. For the purpose of planning resource inputs it is anticipated that the number of pre-qualification and bids that will be subject to IPBE, within the first year of the Services, will be 10 of pre-qualifications/ bids for works contracts having an estimated value equal or greater than $10 million, 12 of pre-qualifications/ bids for works contracts with an estimated value between $1 million and $10 million and 10 of pre-qualifications/bids for works contracts with an estimated value less than $1 million. It is anticipated that the number of consultancy short listings and bids for service contracts having an estimated value of greater than $2 million will be 10, and between $1 million and $2 million will be 20 subject to IPBE annually.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5671 DFID 5671: Ethiopian private sector analysis and programme development project http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=476112&fs=true RG1 8AH Department for International Development No 207065 Call-down contract from existing framework agreement Yes Coffey International Development Ltd 22/09/2011 3 Months The objective of this project is to provide analysis of the Ethiopian private sector landscape to inform the design of spending programmes by DFID, World Bank and IFC aimed at facilitating business growth. Building on this, the project will go on to design the detail of DFID’s Private Sector programme in Ethiopia, which will be incorporated into a final DFID Business Case; in doing so it will build on initial analysis DFID has already undertaken – set out in its initial Private Sector business case (attached). The DFID programme has a special focus on green / sustainable growth and women/girls (hereafter referred to as the “cross-cutting themes”.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5816 DFID 5816: Support to the Federal Road Maintenance Agency – Survey of Traffic Data and Axle Loadings http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=476087&fs=true RG40 3GA Department for International Development No 650000 Procurement of a new requirement No TRL Ltd 27/02/2012 15 Months The main objective of the support is to work with the Federal Road Maintenance Agency (FERMA) to gather data to support HDM-4 assessment of the Nigerian Federal Road Network. Specifically this will include: • To work with FERMA to collect traffic flow and vehicle classification data at a sample of links on the Federal Road Network in Nigeria. • To work with FERMA to collect axle loads by class of vehicle on a sample of links on the Federal Road Network in Nigeria.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5268 DFID 5268: Management of Food Retail Industry Challenge Fund (FRICH) http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=476085&fs=true SE1 0JF Department for International Development No 6100000 Contract amendment No Nathan Associates London Ltd 22/11/2011 70 Months The objective of this management contract is to manage a £6,100,000 Food Retail Industry Challenge Fund on behalf of the UK Department for International Development (DFID). The FRICH will provide matched funding to supply chain partnerships that include supermarkets and other food retail brands to develop and test ideas that improve market access for food exports in Africa. It is anticipated that agreements reached with supply chain partnerships will outline the contributions from each of the partners to the project in detail. This is in line with UK commitments to substantially improve market access for developing country exports.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5267 DFID 5267: Management of Food Retail Industry Challenge Fund (FRICH) http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=473313&fs=true SE1 0JF Department for International Development No 1170529 Contract amendment No Nathan Associates London Ltd 22/11/2011 70 Months The objective of this management contract is to manage a £6,100,000 Food Retail Industry Challenge Fund on behalf of the UK Department for International Development (DFID). The FRICH will provide matched funding to supply chain partnerships that include supermarkets and other food retail brands to develop and test ideas that improve market access for food exports in Africa. It is anticipated that agreements reached with supply chain partnerships will outline the contributions from each of the partners to the project in detail. This is in line with UK commitments to substantially improve market access for developing country exports.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5460 DFID 5460: DFID Health Partnership Scheme http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=473304&fs=true W1G 0AE Department for International Development No 17480044 Contract amendment No Tropical Health and Education Trust (THET) 25/10/2011 48 Months The Health Partnership Scheme (HPS) aims to improve health outcomes for poor people in DFID priority and other low income countries. The Scheme will harness UK health institutions and professionals in partnerships with developing country counterparts, and strengthen health systems through health service skills transfer and capacity development.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5366 DFID 5366: Business Innovation Facility Management Services http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=473298&fs=true WC2R 0AF Department for International Development No 3447200 Contract amendment No PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP 04/11/2011 42 Months This amendment will provide an additional £500,000 to the core BIF pilot in Malawi. As well as allowing additional projects to go ahead beyond targets for the core pilot BIF, the scale up will include additional project oversight and monitoring which will help inform the development of a DFID Malawi Growth Programme, to be designed by early 2012. The activities related to the scale-up end the same time as the ongoing BIF program, July 2013. Scale-up activities will be referred to as taking place in years 2 (July 2011 – June 2012) and 3 (July 2012 – June 2013). Although funding for scale-up activities will be financed by DFID Malawi, all BIF activities in Malawi will be considered together as part of the entire BIF Malawi portfolio.
East Kilbride West 0.00 Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security PO 5748 DFID 5748: Review of Economic Impacts of Climate Change in Zanzibar (SUZA Symposium) http://www.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk:80/Common/View%20Notice.aspx?site=1000&lang=en&noticeid=473290&fs=true NN7 3DB Department for International Development No 150522 Call-down contract from existing framework agreement Yes Harewelle International Limited 02/12/2011 8 Months The primary objective of this consultancy is to develop a comprehensive, participatory, and indigenously oriented climate change review study in Zanzibar in order to address the required national implementation formula in climate change adaptation and mitigation.
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