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Avis d’appel d’offre pour le projet de récupération et de résilience d’urgence (PCIER) post cyclone IDAI et Kenneth

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OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT

DEPARTMENT OF DISASTER MANAGEMENT AFFAIRS

POST CYCLONE IDAI AND KENNETH EMERGENCY RECOVERY AND RESILIENCE (PCIER) PROJECT

GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE

Project No : P-Z1-AZ0-015

Grant No   : 2100155039919

  1. Introduction :

The Government of Malawi has received a grant from the African Development Fund (ADF) to finance the Post Cyclone Idai and Kenneth Emergency Recovery and Resilience (PCIREP) Project and intends to apply part of the proceeds of this grant to make eligible payment for goods, works and services to be procured under this project. The total cost of the PCIREP Project is UA 16,340,000 (approx. USD 22.5 million), net of taxes and duties. The program will be implemented over a period of 4 years and will comprise three main components namely: (i) enhanced agriculture productivity and resilience (ii) Sustainable socio-economic infrastructure and (iii) Institutional strengthening covering project coordination, M & E, capacity building and disaster risk governance and preparedness.

  1. Objectives of the Project :

The development objective for Post Cyclone Idai and Kenneth Emergency Recovery and Resilience (PCIREP) Project is to restore and improve sustainable livelihoods of the affected vulnerable groups of the population, enhance disaster risk reduction, early warning, preparedness, support inclusive social and economic recovery empowerment and enhance post recovery adaptive capacity. The program will specifically aim to reconstruct and rehabilitate damaged infrastructure (including roads, bridges, water supply and sanitation facilities) and to restore agricultural livelihoods. The reconstruction and rehabilitation will promote resilience to climate shocks and disasters, and enhance the adaptive capacities and preparedness of vulnerable communities.

The project includes the following three (3) components :

  1. Component 1- Enhanced Agricultural Productivity and Resilience : This component will consist of restoring the productive agricultural infrastructure (boreholes, sheds, slaughterhouses, irrigation kits, etc.) and the capacity of the farmers to return and to improve their productivity level through provision of agricultural kits (seeds, fertilizer, planting tools, etc.); animal/livestock redistribution (cattle, goats, chickens); provision and repairing of machinery; farmers will also be trained on climate smart agriculture and on the improvement of their adaptability capacity to climate changes ;
  2. Component 2- Sustainable Socio-economic Infrastructure: This component will consist of rehabilitation of the cyclone-damaged roads, bridges, culverts and transmission and distribution networking. The damaged infrastructures constitute a serious constraint to reinstate economic activities and trade, isolating communities from markets and from access to services. Major roads have limited accessibility and have been damaged mostly by erosion. This component will prioritize spot rehabilitation of secondary and tertiary roads to reconnect communities and revive local markets ;
  3. Component 3- Institutional Strengthening and Program Management : This component will focus on project management, capacity building in climate risk management, community development and training, monitoring and evaluation, financial management and development of a communication strategy. It will also cover project management activities including audit and M&E ;
  4. Procurement of Goods, Works and Services : Procurement of goods and/or works will be in accordance with the Bank’s Rules of Procedure for the Procurement of Goods and Works. Acquisition of the services of Consultants will follow the Bank’s Rules of Procedure for the Use of Consultants. All procurements methods will be in the forms of International Competitive Bidding (ICB), National Competitive Bidding (NCB), Short-listing and Shopping using the relevant Bank Standard Bidding Documents. Project activities are expected to start in November, 2019 and procurement activities will be published accordingly.

Interested bidders may obtain further information, and should confirm their interest, by contacting :

Office of the Vice President

Department of Disaster Management Affairs

Department of Economic Planning Building

3rd Floor, Tender Box at the Reception

Private Bag 336

Lilongwe 3.

Contact name : Mr. Dyce Nkhoma

E-mail : dycenkhoma@gmail.com, cc : hellingsmwanza@gmail.com

Telephone number : +265 1 789 188

 

 

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