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Construction of small scale Irrigation

Invited Grade:WWC-5 & above
Place of competition:Dire Dawa

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Feasibility Study and Detail Design, Tender Document preparation, evaluation and Construction Supervision for Well Drilling of Climate Resilient Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene Facilities

Published on:Ethiopian Herald ( Dec 25, 2020 )Place of Bid Competitions:Addis Ababa.

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

(CONSULTING SERVICES – FIRMS SELECTION)

COUNTRY: Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia

NAME OF PROJECT: CR-WASH

Credit No.: IDA-64450

Assignment Title: Consultancy service for Feasibility Study and Detail Design, Tender Document preparation, evaluation and Construction Supervision for Well Drilling of Climate Resilient Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene Facilities for Salahad and Dhuhun Woredas Multi-Village Water Supply project in Somali Region.

Reference No.: ET-WDC-202184-CS-QCBS

The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (FDRE) has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of implementation of Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene Project and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting service.

OBJECTIVE OF THE ASSIGNMENT

General

The overall objective of the assignment is to carry out alternative source assessment with specific attention to groundwater source for the community and institutions (schools and health institutions) and status of existing Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene in Salahad woreda (Salahad Multi village Water Supply project) and in Duhun Woreda (Duhun Multi village Water Supply project) of Somali region. Identify the kebeles seriously affected in consultation with the respective communities, woreda and region sector offices and Bureaus (Water, Health and Education). Based on the findings of the assessment report, under take community and institutions water supply, sanitation and hygiene service facilities feasibility study for the selected kebeles/ villages/gots, institutions (health institutions, schools e.t.c.), and manage the selection of qualified groundwater drilling company and supervision of works of (if applicable) and prepare detail design based on the outcome of the feasibility study.

Specific Objectives of the Assignment for each project

Specific objectives of the assignment include but not limited to:

a) Carryout out rapid assessment of alternative water source with specific attention to groundwater source for the community and institutions (health institutions, schools e.t.c.) and existing water supply, sanitation and hygiene status of the Woreda(s). Conduct socio economic assessment of the woreda including population, economy, social and environmental conditions are including collection and organization of woreda baseline information as per Tablel of Annex B in the POM.

b) Prepare inception and pre-feasibility reports and submit to WDC and relevant regional bureaus for review and approval with the following information: (i) identify Kebele (s)/Village(s)/Got(s) most prone to shortage of community and institutional water supply, sanitation and hygiene service problems in the woreda; (ii) set intervention priorities in consultation with the beneficiary communities, woreda administration and the woreda sector offices (water, health and education);(iii)provide proposals of how strategically the WaSH problem of the woreda will be thoroughly solved in short, medium and long term periods based on the availability of finance and recommend the communities and institutions (health institutions, schools, e.t.c.to be included in the feasibility study of this sub-project.

c)Undertake climate Resilient(CR)Feasibility study(technical, Financial, economic, social and  environmental) of water supply, sanitation and hygiene facility options giving due focus for climate resilience for the communities of identified Kebele(s)/Village(s)/Got(s), health institutions, schools, e.t.c. for the short and medium term plan and produce feasibility report with the option recommended for detail design (among the options investigated for feasibility) to the respective region and the WDC for approval to carry out detail design. Conduct Assessment and put recommendation of feasible alternative renewable energy sources (solar/wind/e.t.c) for water supply schemes as appropriate. The feasibility study shall also include recommendations for sustainable water sources.

d) Investigate, supervise and manage water source development on behalf of the WDC. If the confirmed source is groundwater, prepare tender document and supervise drilling operation based on submission of separate time-based and provisional sum agreement to be reviewed and approved by the Client.

e) Carryout detail design of the approved feasible water supply system, sanitation and hygiene facilities for communities, health institutions, schools, e.t.c in its entirety as per accepted engineering design practices and produce study and design report to the respective region and the WDC.

f) Conduct social and environmental risk assessment study,

g) Prepare operation and maintenance management plan including proposal for an affordable water tariff that will enable cost recovery

h) Prepare implementation plan and bid documents for civil works of proposed investments (for water supply and sanitation interventions) and includes costed mitigation measures for identified environmental impacts (e.g. catchment management, source protection, e.t.c),

i) Prepare scheme management organizational structure, staffing, and recommend management of the scheme as per the sector’s established guidelines for WASHCOMs and new rural utilities approach that is formally adopted by WDC and taking in to consideration any considerations for community.

j) Prepare strategic development business plan for the design period of the scheme,

k) Prepare water safety plan and watershed management report and include costs for implementation in tendering documents for the proposed civil works

l) Identify potential challenges for long-term sustainability and frame coping mechanisms.

5. SCOPE OF THE ASSIGNMENT

The scope of the assignment includes not limited for each project to;

a) The consultant is expected to review sector policy and development strategy documents to be well acquainted and align with the sectors requirement in fulfilling the assignment.

b) The consultant is expected to review CWA program documents including program operations manual, Project Procurement Strategy for Development (PPSD), financial manual, and safeguard instruments e.t.c. c) The consultant is expected to use primary and secondary data to carryout reconnaissance study to be incorporated in the prefeasibility report for water supply, sanitation and hygiene status study to identify Kebeles/Villages/Gots, health institutions, schools, e.t.c most prone to the water supply problem.

d) The consultant should carry out consultation with the woreda administration, Woreda and Regional water sector stakeholders on the water supply, sanitation and hygiene output of the reconnaissance study and agree on the Kebeles/Villages/Gots, health institutions, schools, e.t.c for which feasibility study needs to be done. The consultations must include engagement with community members including, elders, women, people with disability, female-headed households.

e) The feasibility study is expected to include among others available climate resilient water source options demonstrating with multi-criteria decision making (MCDM) technique to assess the technical, financial, environmental, O&M management viability of the proposed alternatives.

f) The consultant is expected to carry out geological, hydro-geological, hydrological, water quality, geotechnical investigation and geophysical investigation of the potential and quality water sources (surface water, spring, groundwater potential for water harvesting (e.g. haffirs, birkas, sub-surface storage(sand-dams), etc.) of the area and determine the location of the intake site, borehole drilling site, surface water intake site, spring site, for water harvesting or managed recharge etc., the expected safe yield of the source and respective costs.

g) Conduct financial and economic cost benefit analysis to ensure that the project is financially sustainable and economically viable. This requires identification and estimation of revenue generated from service charge, annual operational cost required to run the scheme, periodic maintenance and asset replacement cost as well as estimation of the positive and negative externalities of the project.

h) Based on the most technically, socially, economically and environmentally feasible and sustainable option, the consultant will undertake detail technical assessment including but not limited to hydrological survey and or topological profiling and other aspects as applicable and the consultant on his/her discretion should deploy and use cutting edge technologies like GIS, remote sensing from high resolution platforms and robust techniques have to be deployed for further investigation of resilient water sources and have to be validated & justified with possible ground truthing.

i) The consultant is expected to carry out detail design of the feasible option including the technical design (analytical report, technical drawings, incorporate standard desgin to facilitate ground water monitoring, pipe layout with pressure zoning, site plan, specifications Bill of quantities, engineering cost estimate, Tender document e.t.c), environmental studies, annual operational cost estimates, the water tariff for cost recovery(Operation & Maintenance Cost) and its affordability with the willingness to pay, the project implementation plan, business plan, water safety plan and the bid document as well as social including gender-related risk assessment.

j) If applicable, based on approved feasibility study by the Client, the consultant is expected to supervise and contract administration, borehole drilling which includes:

  • Prepare bidding documents
  • Approval and monitor site handover, the contractor’s initial and periodic mobilization programs;
  • Supervision of the overall drilling work
  • Carry out periodic safety inspections of overall components of the drilling work
  • Issue to the employer weekly, monthly and required report and well completion and financial Reports in approval format and check and submit for approval of payment to the client when requested by the contractor as per the actual material supplied and work executed.
  • Review any site testing procedures and supervise actual acceptance tests on site carried out by the contractor;
  • Closely follow up and administer all contractual matter including updated schedule of the drilling and construction, method of drilling and construction;
  • Review Contractor’s claims and advices what amount, if any, the Engineer considers due,provide written reports and advice on individual claims, provide written advice on any claims, negotiations and support as requested after getting approval from the WDC.
  • Provide written reports, advice and support as requested in any preparation and procedures for the Dispute Adjudication Board(DAB);
  • The Consultant shall carry out witnessing, testing and administrative duties.
  • Facilitates handover of the projects, check and approve “as-built” drawings prepared by the contractor ensuring the delivered site is in accordance with approved feasibility study and contractual agreement.
  • Check all manufacturers’ manuals and contractors’ operating instructions and make recommendations as to their scope, completeness and conformity with plant as installed including provision for installation of ground water monitoring equipment.

k) Based on the gap identified in the assessment report of water supply, sanitation and hygiene status of schools and health institutions located within the community water supply service area of the project, the consultant expected to ensure that the study and design report include all WaSH service packages to the institutions, i.e. for school’s water supply and latrines and for health institutions water supply, latrine, place tap its, incinerators, e.t.c as per the health and education sectors design standards and WaSH packages for the same.

l) Water demand computation has to take in to account (i) household water demand population projections and dynamics, standard service levels as per GTPII/SDG6 and for potential business development in the area and, (ii) for institution (health institution, schools, e.t.c) has to take into account the prevailing sector standards of the Ministry of Education, Ministry of health and others.

m) Livestock watering has to be considered if there is no alternative source within reasonable distance (within 5Km) in the area and all possible options have to be thought for optimal system design.

n) The consultant is required to respond to any design queries after completion and submission of the design report and be accountable for any modification of deign defect satits full discretion & absorbing all expense consequences.

o)Review the monitoring and reporting mechanism and the available grievance redress mechanism

The assignment will perform in the form of Lump sum & Time Based Contract. Accordingly, the required professional staff-months for Lump sum & Time Based Contract are 36.5 & 6 respectively. The assignment will be expected to start on the First week of May 2020 & the implementation period of the lump sum contract is also 6 months, however, the implementation period for the time based contract is 3 month. The detailed Terms of Reference (TOR) for the assignment can be obtained at the address given below.

The Water Development Commission (WDC) now invites eligible consulting firms to indicate their interest in providing the services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experiences to perform the Services.

The short listing criteria are: – core business and years in business, relevant experience, technical and managerial capability of the firm.

The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to Section III, paragraphs, 3.14, 3.16, and 3.17 of the World Bank’s “Procurement Regulations for IPF Borrowers” July 2016 (“Procurement Regulations”), setting forth the World Bank’s policy on conflict of interest.

Consultants may associate with other firms to enhance their qualifications, but should indicate clearly whether the association is in the form of a joint venture and/or a sub-consultancy. In the case of a joint venture, all the partners in the joint venture shall be jointly and severally liable for the entire contract, if selected.

A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost Based Selection (QCBS)method set out in the Procurement Regulations for IPF Borrowers.

Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours 8:30 AM to 12:00 AM in the morning and from 1:30PM to 5:00PM in the afternoon.

Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below in person, or by mail, or by e-mail (PDF Format) by December 20, 2020 on or before 4:00PM.

Attn: Mr. Nuredin Mohammed, Engineering Procurement & Contract

Administration Directorate Director.

Postal address: 13/1076

Street address: Haile Gebresilasie Street

Water Development Commission, First Floor, and Room number 35

City: Addis Ababa, Country: Ethiopia

Tel: +251116637018,

Email: nuredinmohammed@yahoo.com

Country: Ethiopia, Addis Ababa.

Water Development Commission

Water Source Identification, feasibility study & preliminary design and detail engineering design, preparation of specification and bill of quantities, and preparation of tender documents

Published on:Ethiopian Herald ( Dec 25, 2020 )Place of Bid Competitions:Hawassa,
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Invitation for Bids (ITB)

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL

CONSULTING SERVICES – FIRMS SELECTION) NCB

COUNTRY: Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia

Sidama National Regional State Water and Irrigation Development Bureau

Assignment Title: Water Source Identification, feasibility study & preliminary design and detail engineering design, preparation of specification and bill of quantities, and preparation of tender documents for 3 Towns in Sidama Region Yirgalem, Aleta wondo and Aleta Chuko towns, Sidama National Regional State.

1. The Sidama National Regional State Water and Irrigation Development Bureau have Planned to finance the cost of Water Supply and Sanitation Projects, and intend to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. The consulting services include undertaking the Water Source Identification. feasibility study & preliminary design and detail engineering design, preparation of specification and bill of quantities, and preparation of tender documents for 3 Towns in Sidama Region Yirgalem, Aleta wondo and Aleta Chuko towns Water Supply Projects in, Sidama National Regional State Water and Irrigation Development Bureau now invite sealed bids from local or international eligible bidders to undertake tasks assigned above.

2. The Services are estimated to be rendered for a period of 6(Six) months.

3. The General objective of the service is to prepare detail and up to date design of Water Source Identification, feasibility study & preliminary design and detail engineering design, preparation of specification and bill of quantities, and preparation of tender documents the procuring public body has an intention to upgrade the low level of access to safe water supply system of the towns:

4. The Sidama National Regional State Water and Irrigation Development Bureau now invites eligible consulting firms (Consultants) to Submit their financial and technical proposals to provide the services as per the Request for Proposal (RFP).

Interested consulting firms provide information  that they are qualified to perform the services including

  • Brief description of the adequacy of the consulting firm to respond to the assignment (maximum 2 pages),
  • Documentation justifying general qualification: brochures, financial information as turnover over the last 3 years, technical and managerial organization of the firms, general qualification and availability of appropriate skills among staff.
  • Documentation that shows Consultant’s direct practical experience in the context of design and study of urban water supply and sanitation projects within the last 3 (three) years, and also can point out the problem of existing design systems in the towns.
  • Provision of letter of good performance in water supply and sanitation consultancy service for recent three and above projects (assignments),
  • Any other relevant information.

5. The shortlisting criteria are core business and years in business , qualification and practical experience in the field of assignment (water supply and sanitation), organizational, managerial | technical capabilities of the firms ,and general qualification and number of key staff but not individual expert’s bio data.

6. Consultants with grade 4 (four) and above are invited to apply for this assignment. They may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications. A

Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality & Cost Based Selection (QCBS) method set out in the article 5.7 of the PPA Manual. Consultants should have renewed Certificate of Registration / Compliance, trade license and Work permit in water sector to Participate in WaSH Projects.

7. Hence, those interested Consultants fulfilling the above requirements are invited to apply for submission of TECHNICAL AND FINACIAL PROPOSAL as per the Request for proposal (RFP) on 21st day of announcement on The Ethiopian Herald Newspaper at or before 12:00 a.m and Bids will be opened in the presence of the bidders/ their representatives who choose to attend in person at 2:30 p.m at the same date/ 21st day of announcement on The Ethiopian Herald Newspaper. If the day lay on weekend or Ethiopian holiday the bid will be opened on the next working day.

8. Further information can be obtained from the address below during office hours:

Monday to Friday @ 8:30 A.M – 5:30 P.M Request for proposal (RFP) document can be obtained by 300 birr form the address below and RPF accompanied with relevant documents must be delivered to the address below at the above-specified date and time.

Address

SIDAMA NATIONAL REGIONAL STATE WATER AND IRRIGATION DEVELOPMENT BUREAU

Near Hawassa Post office

Room No: Ground floor, P/F/P/Ad/Directorate, Room

No. 02

Tel: +251462125480

Hawassa, Ethiopia

Investigations and recommendations medical waste management systems (Expressions of interest )

Published on:Ethiopian Herald ( Dec 8, 2020 )Place of Bid Competitions:Addis Ababa,
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTREST 

CONSULTING SERVICES FIRMS SELECTION

  • COUNTRY: Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia
  • NAME OF PROJECT: Africa CDC project
  • Loan No./Credit No./Grant No.: IDA-65040, IDA-D5250
  • Assignment Title: Updating ESIA and ICWMP for Ethiopia Public Health Institute BSL3-lab
  • Reference No. (as per Procurement Plan): ET-EPHI-203125-CS-QCBS

The Ethiopian Public Health Institute has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Africa CDC project and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services.

The consulting services (“the Services”) include Ethiopia is the construction of Biosafety Level 3 (BSL3) Laboratory within the premises of Ethiopian Public Health Institute. An environmental and social impact assessment (ESIA) document and infection control and waste management plan (ICWMP) describing the potential environmental and social risks associated with the laboratory and the proposed mitigation measures for the risks have already been prepared. The objective of this assignment is, therefore, to update the ESIA and ICWMP with further investigations and recommendations on proposed medical waste management systems and facilities for the proposed BSL3 lab.

Specific Activities

In order to update the ESIA and ICWMP, the consultant, in consultation with the client’s and the World Bank’s specialists, shall undertake the following activities:

i, investigate potential risks associated with the installation of a new incinerator at Ethiopian Public Health Institute and recommend mitigation measures;

ii. assess risks which may arise during decommissioning of the existing/old incinerators and propose mitigation measures;

iii. assess the feasibility of the proposed wastewater treatment system and propose options for onsite wastewater treatment;

iv. assessment of the capacity/due diligence of wastewater treatment plants (such as Kality, Sendafa, and any other options to be proposed by the client) for the handling of the partially treated wastewater (onsite), incineration residues, and wastewater sludge;

v. update the ESIA and ICWMP based on the assessment findings;

vi. incorporate the client’s and World Bank’s comments on the updated ESIA and ICWMP and submit the final /acceptable versions to the client and the Banks,

Desired Qualifications of the Consultants

The consultancy firm should have the expertise and practical experience in hazardous waste management. Preference will be given to a consultancy firm that has practical experience in Wastewater Management ESIA reparation and laboratory facility construction and or incinerator installation and demolishing ESIA reparation. Preference will also be given to consultancy firm that has at least 5 years of experience and those may which have previous experience with the World Bank-financed projects.

Duration of the Assignment

The consultants are expected to finalize the assessment and updating of the ESIA and ICWMP within 60 days. This includes the days which will be needed to address all comments on the updated ESIA, if any, by the client and the Bank.

The Ethiopian Public Health Institute now invites eligible consulting firms(“Consultants”) to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The shortlisting criteria are core business and years in business, relevant experience related to the assignment, the technical and managerial capability of the firm.

The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to Section III, paragraphs, 3.14, 3.16, and 3.17 of the World Bank’s “Procurement Regulations for IPF Borrowers” July 2016 (“Procurement Regulations”), setting forth the World Bank’s policy on conflict of interest. In addition, please refer to the following specific information on conflict of interest related to this assignment: paragraph 3.17of the Procurement Regulations).

Consultants may associate with other firms to enhance their qualifications, but should indicate clearly whether the association is in the form of a joint venture and/or a sub consultancy. In: the case of a joint venture, all the partners in the joint venture shall be jointly and severally liable for the entire contract, if selected.

A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost Based Selection (QCBS) method set out in the Procurement Regulations. Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours 8:30AM up to 5:00PM

Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below in person, or by e-mail) by December 21,2020@2:30 PM.

Address:- Arbegnoch road (Swaziland Street), around St Pauls Hospital Attention: Mr Wondimu Taye Procurement team leader Email: tayewondimu@gmail.com or zchaklu@gmail.com

Tel: +251-112-771056/112-771054

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Ethiopian Public Health Institute

Investigation of Potable and sustainable Water Source(s), site selection, design and specification of the identified source development works , design and specification of civil works, bid and contract document preparation, supervision and contract administration for five rural transformation center projects located at around Meki, Bale-Robe, Dodola, Iteya and Olanchiti towns.

Published on:Ethiopian Herald ( Nov 27, 2020 )Place of Bid Competitions:Addis Ababa
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF

INTEREST (FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES)

Oromia Industrial Parks Development Corporation invites all interested and eligible consultants to express their interest in providing required services i.e. identification by investigation of Potable and sustainable Water Source(s), site selection, design and specification of the identified source development works , design and specification of civil works, bid and contract document preparation, supervision and contract administration for five rural transformation center projects located at around Meki, Bale-Robe, Dodola, Iteya and Olanchiti towns.

Interested consultants should provide their CVs and information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services.

The future evaluation criteria will be based on quality and cost. The selection criteria for further invitation will be based on the firm’s general and specific experience. Thus,

  1.  Consultants should have to indicate that their business license and other relevant credentials are renewed/ copies should be submitted with CV/ and
  2. Should submit their detailed CVs for five and above years. Testimonial letters should be submitted for the experience to be registered and taken in to consideration for selection of further invitation.

The expression of interest along with documentary evidence can be delivered in person to the address below within 10/ten/ calendar days starting from the first day of announcement on the newspaper during office hours /Monday to Saturday morning/.

Further information can be obtained through the address stated below and telephone number.

Oromia Industrial Parks Development Corporation Tel: +25111-369-8506

Bekanisa, S Sara Tower 6th floor, Infront of Amigo Cafe, on the road to Kore

Feasibility Study and Detail Designs of Small-scale Irrigation Projects at Godbokol and Kole sites in Dollo Ado District, Liben Zone, Somali Region.

Published on:Reporter ( Nov 22, 2020 )Place of Bid Competitions:Addis Ababa
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Request for Expression of Interest

TO CONDUCT Feasibility Study and Detail Designs of Small-scale Irrigation Projects at Godbokol and Kole sites in Dollo Ado District, Liben Zone, Somali Region.

Farm Africa is an international charitable organization whose goal is to reduce poverty by enabling marginal African smallholder farmers and pastoralists to make sustainable improvements to their wellbeing through more effective management of natural resources.

Accordingly, in collaboration with the World Food Programme (WFP) and Mercy Corps, Farm Africa is implementing a project entitled “Innovative Approaches to Building Resilience for Refugees and Host Communities in Ethiopia (2018-2022): From Relief to Self-Reliance”.

This specific intervention is implemented in Dollo Ado and Bokolmanyo Woredas of Somali Region, Ethiopia through funding from the Swedish International Development Agency (Sida). The project is grounded up on solid development problems that include, but not  limited to: influx of refugees from neighbouring Somalia and associated impacts on host communities and on environmental resources; increasing frequency and intensity of hydro-meteorological hazards such as drought and flooding; land resources degradation; institutional and human capacity gaps; and limited access to land, markets, and marketing infrastructure. The consultant shall carry at least the following actícities.

The main objective of the project is to improve income and food security of host and refugee communities through innovative agricultural practices, natural resource management and market development and has the following outcomes.

  1. Refugees and host populations have increased food production at community and household level through better agricultural and pastoral productivity;
  2. Refugees and host populations have increased income and diversified livelihoods;
  3. Refugees and host communities have benefitted from improved household and community access to efficient markets, social behavior change and communication, and alternative energy value chain; and
  4. Refugees and host communities have benefitted from the establishment of an enabling environment through enhanced stakeholder coordination, institutional arrangements for land allocation, and financial access.

 Objective:

The objective of this consultancy service is to develop a detailed design of an irrigation scheme to enhance the utilization of the Genale River water resources that will improve agricultural productivity and livelihoods of host and refugee communities at Godbokol and Kole sites of Dollo Ado Woreda.

The consultant (S) shall carry out at least the following specific activities and other activities as explained in the comprehensive terms of reference:

  1. Carry out delineation of irrigable land based on accepted criteria;
  2. Carry out preparation of layout clearly indicating the canal and drainage networks;
  3. Design of proper irrigation and drainage system compatible with the local management system conditions
  4. Identify canal lining requirements using the inputs from engineering geology studies and mitigate in the design process;
  5. Carry out detail engineering design of the main irrigation system and drainage system (pumps and associated structures, main, secondary canals and furrow length and slope and related hydraulic structures) considering the size of service unit to be between 15 ha to 20 ha;
  6. Preparation of profiles of main and secondary canals at a specified scale including the canal and drain sections, sizing, lining type, division structures, and protecting structures, etc.;
  7. Review the actual evapo-transpiration, crop water requirement, irrigation demand duty using the existing and recent agronomic, climatologically and soil data based more appropriate and acceptable methodologies;
  8. Determine and estimate water application, conveyance and other losses, irrigation hours per day and irrigation efficiencies and consider those parameters in design steps;
  9.  If necessary, farm roads which will connect the project to the nearby road network and serve to give easy access to irrigation scheme, irrigation structures and all the irrigation command units;
  10.  Prepare general plans and drawings for all irrigation infrastructure and irrigation system designs to the standard quality:
  11. Prepare specifications and priced bill of quantities for the irrigation project.

Qualifications and Required Competencies of Consultant/firm:

Consultant are encouraged to develop their own methodology, staffing plan, level of effort and work approach to accomplish the TORs. The consultant shall have a track record in water resource management and hydraulic engineering, hydrology, economics  and project management, and shall have proven experience in design, construction and management of the hydraulic and irrigation scheme in Ethiopia. Staff to be engaged in this assignment shall have qualifications and/or experience in water resources science, hydraulic engineering (including design construction and management of irrigation canal  and water storage structure), river morphology and metro-hydrology or a related field. They should also have experience in implementing similar projects:

Team composition should include but not limited to irrigation engineer (team leader), surveyor, hydrologist, economist and GIS specialist. Team-leader should have master/bachelor’s degree and at least 10 year of experience in the required areas, and will play a role as the chief communication partner for the client and other external parties, to coordinate and manage the implementation of the assignment including all necessary personnel deployment, purchases, and project administration, to supervise the work of all team members and guide them as necessary, to carry out those tasks for which no professional specialist will be deployed, to manage the dialog and interface with primary  counterparts and the project team/coordinator, to compile and submit the deliverables stated above and ensure quality control and timely delivery of all deliverables. Other team members should have university degree and at least 5-year experience in the required areas respectively.

The Consulting firm is expected to be an experienced company in provision of professional services on irrigation and infrastructure-related design and supervision works, engineering survey, namely irrigation and water supply, roads and GIS. The Consulting firm will mobilize a core team of minimum of 2 surveyors, 1 irrigation engineers, 1 GIS expert with experience in irrigation scheme design, 1 Agricultural Economist, Rural Sociologist 1 Geologist, 1  Natural Resources and environmental specialist, 1 irrigation agronomist and field data collectors/enumerators may need to be mobilized by the Consultant for timely completion of the Contract.

Deadline and Submission of Documents:

  1. Interested bidders should collect the ToR document from our office or may also request via danielk@farmafrica gro; end gay submit their CVs and technical & financial proposals to our bidding email – ethprocurement@farmafrica.org on or before December 4, 2020 – COB.
  2. Proposals submitted by unqualified bidders; and those arriving later than the final submission date and time shall be rejected without further notice;
  3.  Farm Africa for this task reserve the right to accept or reject any or all the proposals;
  4. Any Request for clarifications/enquiries can be forwarded to danielk@farmafrica. org or using the following address:

Farm Africa Ethiopia Office Hussein Agraw Bldg. 6th floor, Kanzanchis,

adjacent to Enat Bank Tel. 011 557 3317, Fax- 011 557 3332.

 www.ethiopianreporter.com

የምክር አገልግሎት

Published on:Addis Zemen ( ኅዳር 12፣ 2013 )Place of Bid Competitions:Addis Ababa
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በድጋሚ የወጣ የምክር አገልግሎት ግዥ ብሔራዊ ግልፅ ጨረታ ማስታወቂያ

ተ.ቁየሚገዛው እቃ ወይም የአገልግሎት ዓይነት የግዥው ምድብ የጨረታው መለያ ቁጥር ግዥው የሚፈፀምበት የገንዘብ ምንጭየጨረታው ማስረከቢያ /ዋስትና/በCPO ተጫራቾች ማቅረብ የሚገባቸው የማወዳደሪያ ሃሳብ የጨረታው ሰነድ የጨረታው ማቅረቢያ ጊዜ ይህ ማስታወቂያ ለመጀመሪያ ጊዜ በወጣየጨረታው መክፈቻ ጊዜ ይህ ማስታወቂያ ለመጀመሪያ ጊዜ በወጣ 
ከመንግስት ግምጃ ከእርዳታ ቀንሰዓትቀን ሰዓት
1የምክር አገልግሎት ግዥአገልግሎት ግዥ FIDCA-T-20/2013 ዓ.ም  ü  ላቀረቡበት ዋጋ 2% (CP0 ፕሮፖዛል እስከ በ15ኛው ቀን 4፡00 በ15ኛው ቀን 4፡30 

ተጫራቾች ከላይ የተገለፀው ጨረታ ለማሳተፍ ከዚህ በታች የተዘረዘሩትን ሕጋዊ ማስረጃዎች ከመጫረቻ ሰነዶች ጋር አያይዘው ማቅረብ ይጠበቅባቸዋል፡፡

1በዘርፉ ሕጋዊ እና የታደሰ የንግድ ፍቃድ ኮፒ
2የግብር ከፋይነት መለያ ቁጥር (Tin) የምስክር ወረቀት ኮፒለተጨማሪ ማብራሪያ የስልክ ቁጥር፡251118548224/2511185488682የፌዴራል የተቀናጀ የመሠረተ ልማቶች ማስተባበሪያ ኤጀንሲ 
3የዘመኑ ግብር የከፈሉበት ማስረጃ ኮፒ
4የተጨማሪ እሴት ታክስ ምዝገባ የምስክር ወረቀት
5በመንግስት ግዥ አቅራቢነት ድህረ ገፅ የተመዘገበበት ሰርተፊኬት ኮፒ
6በጨረታው የሚሳተፉ ተጫራቾች ከላይ ከ1-5 የተዘረዘሩትን ማስረጃዎች ማቅረብ አለባቸው፡፡
7ተጨማሪ የማወዳደርያ ሰነዳቸው ላይ የግዥውን አይነት በመጥቀስ ፊርማና ማህተም በእያንዳንዱ ገፅ ላይ በማድረግ ቴክኒካልና ፋይናንሻል በተለያዩ ፖስታ በማሸግ ኦርጅናልና ኮፒ ማቅረብ አለበት።
8ተጫራቾች ይህ ማስታወቂያ ለመጀመሪያ ጊዜ በጋዜጣ ከወጣበት ቀን ጀምሮ በተገለፀው የመጨረሻ የጨረታ ማቅረቢያ ጊዜ ድረስ ባሉት ተከታታይ 15 የስራ ቀናት ውስጥ የጨረታ ኤንቨሎፖች የፌደራል የተቀናጀ መሠረተ ልማቶች ማስተባበሪያ ኤጀንሲ 2ኛ ፎቅ በሚገኘው ቢሮ ግዥ ክፍል ለዚሁ በተዘጋጀው የጨረታ ሳጥን ውስጥ ማስገባት ይኖርባቸዋል፡፡
9የጨረታው ሳጥን ከላይ በተገለፀው የጨረታው የመጨረሻ ማቅረቢያ ቀን እና ሰዓት ላይ ተዘግቶ በዚሁ እለት የመክፈቻ ሠዓት ላይ 2ኛ ፎቅ በሚገኘው የኤጀንሲው የስብሰባ አዳራሽ ተጫራቾች ወይም ህጋዊ ወኪሎቻቸው በተገኙበት የመክፈቻ ስነስርዓት ይካሄዳል፡፡
10ከላይ የተገለፀው የጨረታው መዝጊያ እና መክፈቻ ቀን የስራ ቀን ካልሆነ በሚቀጥለው የስራ ቀን የሚዘጋ እና በዕለቱ የሚከፈት ይሆናል፡፡
11በጨረታው አሸናፊ የሚሆነውን በስራ ልምድና እውቀት የተመረጠና ዝቅተኛ ዋጋ ያቀረበ ይሆናል፡፡
12ኤጀንሲው የተሻለ ዘዴ ካገኝ ጨረታውን በመሉ ወይም በከፊል የመሰረዝ መብቱ የተጠበቀ ነው::
13የማይመለስ ብር(200) ሁለት መቶ በመክፈል ሰነዱን መግዛት ይችላሉ፡፡

አድራሻ፡-ፒያሳ ከማዕከላዊ ስታስቲክስ ኤጀንሲ አጠገብ ኢትዮ ሴራሚክ ሕንፃ 2ኛ ፎቅ

የፌዴራል የተቀናጀ የመሠረተ ልማቶች ማስተባበሪያ ኤጀንሲ

Preparation of Guidelines/Manuals for the Design and Study of Urban Water Supply and Sanitation in SNNPRS

Published on:Ethiopian Herald ( Nov 15, 2020 )Place of Bid Competitions:Hawassa
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Invitation To Bid (ITB)

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL

(CONSULTING SERVICES FIRMS SELECTION) NCB

COUNTRY: Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia

Assignment Title: Consultancy Service for the Preparation of Guidelines/Manuals for the Design and Study of Urban Water Supply and Sanitation in SNNPRS

  1. The SNNPRS Water, Mines and Energy Development Bureau has planned to finance the cost of preparation of guidelines for the study and design of Water Supply and Sanitation in SNNPR, and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. The consulting services include undertaking the Preparation of Guidelines/Manuals for the Design and Study of Urban Water Supply and Sanitation in SNNPRS.
  2.  The Services are estimated to be rendered for a period of 7 (Seven) months.
  3. The general objective of the service is to prepare detail and up to date design manuals and guidelines that will be used in different stages of water supply study and design works to enhances the practice of using similar approaches and procedures during the design of any water supply related projects in the region. This will help to provide quality, cost effective and knowledge based design approaches for water works design and construction. In addition, it is also intended to prepare design templates for major water supply structures.
  4. The SNNPRS Water, Mines and Energy Development Bureau now invites eligible consulting firms (Consultants) to submit their financial and technical proposals to provide the services as per the Request for Proposal (RFP). Interested Consulting firms must provide information that they are qualified to perform the Services including:
    • Brief description of the adequacy of the Consulting firm to respond to the assignment (maximum 2 pages),
    • Documentation justifying general qualification: brochures, financial information as turn-over for the last 5 years, technical and managerial organization of the firm, general qualification and availability of appropriate skills among staff.
    • Documentation that shows Consultant’s direct practical experience in the context of design and study of urban water supply and sanitation projects in the region within the last 3 years, and also can point out the problems of existing design manuals and standards specifically in the context of SNNPRS region
    • Provision of letter of good performance in water supply and sanitation consultancy service for above projects in recent three (3) years (assignments),
    • Any other relevant information
  5. The short listing criteria are Core business and years in business, qualification and practical experience in the field of assignment (water supply and sanitation), organizational, managerial and technical capabilities of the firm, and general qualification and number of key staff but not individual experts’ bio data.
  6. Consultants with Grade 3 (three) and above are invited to apply for this assignment. They may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality & Cost Based Selection (QCBS) method set out in the article 5.7 of the PPA Manual. Consultants should have renewed Certificate of Registration/ compliance, trade license & work permit in water sector to participate in WASH projects.
  7. Hence, those interested consultants fulfilling the above requirements are invited to apply for submission of TECHNICAL AND FINACIAL PROPOSAL as per the Request for Proposal (RFP) within 30 days (including holidays) after the last date of publication on The Ethiopian Herald Newspaper. The submission date will be the next day after 30 days at 3:00 PM. If the submission date is overlap with Holiday, the next working day will be the submission date at similar time.
  8.  Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours: Monday to Friday @ 8:30 A.M-5:30 P.M. Request For Proposal (RFP) document can be obtained at 200 birr form the address below and RFP accompanied with relevant documents must be delivered to the address below at the above-specified date and time.

Address:

SNNP Regional State Water, Mines and Energy Development Bureau

In front of Hawassa University, Main Campus

Room No: 1st floor, P/F/P/Ad/Directorate, Room No. 102,

Tel: 251-046-212-62-26 or 251-046-220-24-69

Tel: 251-046-212-33-08 or 251-046-212-33-09

Fax: 251-046-212-33-10 or 251-046-220-39-39

Hawassa, Ethiopia

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