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DELTA STATE MINISTRY OF WORKS, ASABA-

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR REMEDIAL EROSION CONTROL WORKS FOR ALIHAME/AGBOR-NTA/OKI ROAD

DELTA STATE MINISTRY OF WORKS,
(MINISTERIAL TENDERS BOARD)
P.M.B. 1011, ASABA
INVITATION TO TENDER

1. Tenders are hereby invited from suitably qualified companies to execute the project below:
REMEDIAL EROSION CONTROL WORKS FOR ALIHAME/AGBOR-NTA/OKI ROAD (From Old Lagos/Asaba Road to Agbor-Nta) in Ika South Local Government Area.

2. Tender application forms and documents are to be collected from the Office of the Secretary, Ministerial Tenders Board, Ministry of Works, Asaba, upon payment of the prescribed fee as contained in paragraph 3 (v-vi) below:

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IBADAN URBAN FLOOD MANAGEMENT PROJECT (IUFMP)-

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE (UAV) BASED MONITORING & EVALUATION, TRAINING AND FLOOD DAMAGE ASSESSMENT MAPPING OF AREAS IN IBADAN CITY

OYO STATE GOVERNMENT
IBADAN URBAN FLOOD MANAGEMENT PROJECT (IUFMP)
(PROJECT ID: P130840 IDA NO. 5510)
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE (UAV) BASED MONITORING & EVALUATION, TRAINING AND FLOOD DAMAGE ASSESSMENT MAPPING OF AREAS IN IBADAN CITY
ISSUED DATE: TUESDAY 12TH JANUARY, 2021

1. BACKGROUND
The World Bank is supporting the Oyo State Government to implement the Ibadan Urban Flood Management Project (IUFMP) that aims at developing a long-term flood risk management framework by initiating risk assessment, community awareness, and providing enough flexibility in the project design to make changes based on learning. The project also supports capacity building for food risk management in the city of Ibadan. It reinforces Oyo State Government’s early warning and response capabilities and leverages existing World Bank projects in Oyo State in support of the IUFMP.

Specifically, the Bank’s support will finance some priority investments related to improving the infrastructure of Ibadan City, especially those destroyed by the August 26, 2011 floods. The Bank’s support will also help Ibadan reduce flood risks, improve waste collection and treatment, while developing and improving the quality of existing infrastructural assets.

The project is designed to keep a good balance between urgent post disaster needs (dredging, reconstruction of bridges, roads, etc.) and medium-to-long term needs (institutional support, upgrading existing and building new infrastructure to upgrade services and mitigate future risks). Selected sub – projects should comply with regional and local government plans, address critical issues described above to integrate planning and operational aspects that maximize the benefits of infrastructure investments to the beneficiary communities in the long run.

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FEDERAL MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT-

PUBLIC DISPLAY EXERCISE ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (ESIA) OF THE PROPOSED FIBER BACKBONE NETWORK PROJECT ACROSS EIGHT (8) STATES (LAGOS, OGUN, OYO, OSUN, KWARA, EKITI, OND0, AND KOGI STATES) BY O’ODUA INFRACO RESOURCES LTD.

PUBLIC NOTICE
FEDERAL MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT
PUBLIC DISPLAY EXERCISE ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (ESIA) OF THE PROPOSED FIBER BACKBONE NETWORK PROJECT ACROSS EIGHT (8) STATES (LAGOS, OGUN, OYO, OSUN, KWARA, EKITI, OND0, AND KOGI STATES) BY O’ODUA INFRACO RESOURCES LTD.

In accordance with the provisions of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Act E12 LFN 2004, which makes it mandatory for proponents of all new major development activities to carry out Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for their proposed projects, the Federal Ministry of Environment hereby announces a twenty-one (21) working days public display on the draft ESIA submitted by Oodua Infraco Resources Limited.

This display is to enable the public make input that shall facilitate informed decision taken by the Ministry on the project.

BRIEF PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The proposed project, aimed at helping in the expansion of network infrastructure across the country and to provide more efficient services to local customers, shall involve the construction and installation of 7,500km of backbone and Metro Fibre network in southwest region and some neighboring states in the North Central region namely Kogi and Kwara states.

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PLATEAU STATE NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT (PLSNEWMAP)-

INVITATION FOR BIDS FOR PROCUREMENT, INSTALLATION, TRAINING, AND COMMISSIONING OF AUTOMATIC AND MANUAL WEATHER STATIONS UNDER THE PLATEAU STATE NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT, UNDER THE LOWER BENUE RIVER BASIN

THE WORLD BANK
INVITATION FOR BIDS (IFB)
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA
STATE MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT
PLATEAU STATE NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT
(PLSNEWMAP)
Project ID: P124905
PROCUREMENT, INSTALLATION, TRAINING, AND COMMISSIONING OF AUTOMATIC AND MANUAL WEATHER STATIONS UNDER THE PLATEAU STATE NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT, UNDER THE LOWER BENUE RIVER BASIN
IFB No. PLSPMU/NS/GD/20/01
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: 12.00NOON, 14 JANUARY 2021

1.0 This Invitation for Bids follows the General Procurement Notice for this Project that appeared in Development Business, issue of 27 April, 2012 and in Nigerian Newspapers of 27 September, 2012.

2.0 The Government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria has received a credit from the International Development Association toward the cost of Plateau State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP), and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of this credit to payments under the Contract for the PROCUREMENT, INSTALLATION, TRAINING AND COMMISSIONING OF AUTOMATIC AND MANUAL WEATHER STATIONS UNDER THE PLATEAU STATE NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT, UNDER THE LOWER BENUE RIVER BASIN (SEPTEMBER 2020).

3.0 The Plateau State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (PLS¬NEWMAP) now invites sealed bids from eligible and qualified bidders for the Procurement of the following:

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FEDERAL MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT-

PUBLIC DISCLOSURE OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL MANAGEMENT PLANS (ESMPs) FOR THE PROPOSED GULLY EROSION INTERVENTION PROJECTS

PUBLIC NOTICE
FEDERAL MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT
PUBLIC DISCLOSURE OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL MANAGEMENT PLANS (ESMPs) FOR THE PROPOSED GULLY EROSION INTERVENTION PROJECTS AT RAFIN GORA IN KONTAGORA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA AND FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY (FUT) HAYIN GWARI IN BOSSO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, NIGER STATE BY NIGER STATE NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT STATE PROJECT (NEWMAP).

In accordance with the provisions of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Act Cap E 12 LFN 2004, which makes it mandatory for proponents of all new major development activities to carry Out environmental impact Assessment (EIA) of their proposed projects, the Federal Ministry of Environment hereby announces a twenty-one (21) working days Public Notice for information and comments on the Draft Environmental and Social Management Plan (ESMP) submitted by Niger State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP).

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NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT-

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST IN THE CONDUCT OF LIVELIHOODS NEEDS ASSESMENT OPTIONS IN TWO (RAFINGORA AND HANYIN GWARI) GULLY/EROSION SITES IN NIGER STATE UNDER THE NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT (NEWMAP)

NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT
NIGER STATE PROJECT MANAGEMENT UNIT
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST IN THE CONDUCT OF LIVELIHOODS NEEDS ASSESMENT OPTIONS IN TWO (RAFINGORA AND HANYIN GWARI) GULLY/EROSION SITES IN NIGER STATE UNDER THE NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT (NEWMAP)
COUNTRY: Nigeria
CONTRACT NO: NG NIGERSPMU-97259-CS-CQS
NAME OF PROJECT: NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT
LOAN NUMBER: IDA 51050

BACKGROUND
Nigeria erosion and watershed management project (NEWMAP) aims to reduce vulnerability to soil erosion in targeted sub-catchments. This eight years innovative, multi-sectorial project will finance state-led intervention to prevent and reverse land degradation, initially focusing on gully erosion sites that threaten infrastructure and livelihoods of members of erosion affected communities. The project currently includes 7 mover states, namely Anambra, Abia, Cross River, Edo, Enugu, Ebonyi and Imo, and recently additional 12 states has been added namely Delta, Oyo, Sokoto, Gombe, Plateau, Kogi, Kano, Akwa Ibom, Borno, Nassarawa, Katsina and Niger states.

The investments include a strategic combination of civil Engineering, Vegetative land management and other catchment protection measures and community-led adaptive livelihood initiatives. The sustainability of these investments will reinforced by strengthening institutions and information services across sectors and states, including support to improve governance, regulatory compliance , environmental monitoring, impact evaluation, catchment and land use planning, and to strengthen Nigeria’s capacity to promote and implement climate resilient, low-carbon development.

DESCRIPTION OF THE SITES:

LOT 1-RAFIN GORA GULLY SITE The rafin gora project is located within konta gora Local Government Area of Niger State. The project is located within the corners North West-10017’18.07”N, 5022’59,51”E; South West -10016’16.36”N, 5022’50.32”E; North East- 10017’12.48”N, 5023’53.16”E; and South East- 10016’16.97”N, 5023’54.64”E. the length of the Gully head is about 11m deep and 15m wide. 
LOT 2 FUT HANYIN GWARI GULLY SITE The FUT Hanyin Gwari Erosion site cut across 3 communities: Jikpan, Ketaren Gwari and Fadukpe. The Gully traverses Bosso/Chanchaga along  Auwal Ibrahim road at latitudes 9038’52”N and Longitudes 6031’42”E.it runs through Okada  road at lat/long 9038’32”N and 6031’41”E before terminating at ketaren Gwari ( Chanchaga). The length of the Gully is 4, 650m, perimeter 13823.90m, average width of gully 14.13m, maximum width 31.36m, maximum depth 5.59m. The site is accessible through multiple axis as it is within the state Capital.

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NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT, NIGER STATE-

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR THE CONDUCT OF LIVELIHOODS NEEDS ASSESSMENT OPTIONS IN TWO (RAFINGORA AND HANYIN GWARI) GULLY/ EROSION SITES IN NIGER STATE UNDER THE NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT (NEWMAP)

NEWMAP
NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT
NIGER STATE PROJECT MANAGEMENT UNIT
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR THE CONDUCT OF LIVELIHOODS NEEDS ASSESSMENT OPTIONS IN TWO (RAFINGORA AND HANYIN GWARI) GULLY/ EROSION SITES IN NIGER STATE UNDER THE NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT (NEWMAP)
COUNTRY: NIGERIA
CONTRACT NO. NG-NIGERSPMU-97259-CS-CQS
NAME OF THE PROJECT: NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT
LOAN NUMBER: IDA 51050

1. BACKGROUND
The Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP) aims to reduce vulnerability to soil erosion in targeted sub-catchments.This eight-year innovative, multi-sectorial project will finance State-led interventions to prevent and reverse land degradation, initially focusing on gully erosion sites that threaten infrastructure and livelihoods of members of erosion affected communities. The project currently includes 7 mover states, namely Anambra, Abia, Cross River, Edo, Enugu, Ebonyi, and Imo, and recently additional 12 states have been added namely Delta, Oyo, Sokoto, Gombe, Plateau, Kogi, Kano, Akwa Ibom, Borno, Nasarrawa, Katsina and Niger states.

The investments include a strategic combination of civil engineering, vegetative land management and other catchment protection measures and community-led adaptive livelihood initiatives. The sustainability of these investments will be reinforced by strengthening institutions and information services across sectors and States, including support to improve governance, regulatory compliance, environmental monitoring, impact evaluation, catchment and land use planning, and to strengthen Nigeria’s capacity to promote and implement climate- resilient low-carbon development.

2. DESCRIPTION OF THE SITES:

LOT 1 – RAFIN GORA GULLY SITE

The Rafin-Gora project site is located within Kontagora Local Government Area of Niger State. The project location is within the corners Northwest – 10017’1807″N, 5022’59.51″E; Southwest 10016’16.36″N, 5022’50.32″E; North East – 10017″I2.48″N, 5023’53.16″E; and South East – 10016’16.97″N, 5023’54.64″E. The length of the gully head is about 11m deep and 15m wide.

LOT 2 – FUT HANYIN GWARI GULLY SITE

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ECOWAS REGIONAL ELECTRICITY ACCESS PROJECT (ECOWAS-REAP)-

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR SELECTION OF A CONSULTANCY FIRM TO CARRY OUT ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (ESIA)

SELECTION OF A CONSULTANCY FIRM TO CARRY OUT ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (ESIA)
DATE : 02 OCT 2020 – 16 OCT 2020
VENUE: ECOWAS COMMISSION,
TOWN: ABUJA
COUNTRY: NIGERIA
ECOWAS REGIONAL ELECTRICITY ACCESS PROJECT (ECOWAS-REAP)
(PHASE 2 – P170599)
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
(CONSULTING SERVICES – CONSULTANCY FIRM SELECTION)
SELECTION OF A CONSULTANCY FIRM TO CARRY OUT ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (ESIA)
NG-ECOWAS-DEM-159663-CS-QCBS
FOR A LUMP SUM CONTRACT
DATE: OCTOBER 2- OCTOBER 16, 2020
VENUE: ECOWAS COMMISSION, DIRECTORATE OF ENERGY & MINES
TOWN: ABUJA
COUNTRY: NIGERIA
PROJECT REFERENCE NO.: P170599

1. The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has received a grant from the World Bank toward Phase 1 (P160444) of the ECOWAS Regional Electricity Access Project (ECOWAS – REAP), and intends to apply part of the proceeds for the Selection of a Consultancy firm to carry out Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) studies for the Phase 2 of the said project (P170599).
2. The Project Development Objective (PDO) is to increase grid electricity access in ECOWAS region. In this Phase 2, the project will finance the strengthening and extension of the distribution network (MV and LV) in three West African countries, namely Mauritania, Niger and Senegal.
3. The scope of electrification works is as follows:
Mauritania: 5 feeding substations (Selibabi, Kaedi, Boghe, Rosso and Nouakchott) approximately 3,500 km of MV power supply lines and distribution networks.
Niger: around 16 feeding substations in the “River” and “Niger East Central” areas. Approximately 1,500 km of MV power supply lines and distribution networks.
Senegal: 5 feeding substations (Kaolack, Tanaff, Sambangalou and Tambacounda). Approximately 2,000 km of MV power supply lines and distribution networks.
4. Following the legal provisions in force in each country, supplemented by the provisions of the World Bank’s ESF, the World Bank Group’s Environmental, Health, and Safety Guidelines, and other good international Industry practices in place in the economic sectors concerned (GIIP), the ESIAs of this project will consist of carrying out the following activities for each feeding substation and its connection line in each of the countries:
• the identification of existing sensitive elements in the biophysical and human environment in the project’s area of influence;
• the identification of project activities likely to have impacts on the environment and the health and safety of workers and local communities;
• the identification, analysis, and assessment of the nature, significance, and spatial extent of the potential negative and positive, direct and indirect, cumulative and associated impacts of the project;
• the proposal of recommendations for the mitigation of negative impacts and the improvement measures for the positive impacts;
• the development of an Environmental and Social Management Plan (ESMP) including environmental and social monitoring and follow-up programme to ensure compliance with legal, environmental and social requirements, to verify the relevance and effectiveness of the proposed measures for the protection of the natural and human environments.
This ESMP will also define the institutional responsibilities for its implementation, assess the technical, material, and organisational capacities of the stakeholders, and propose related capacity-building measures. The ESMP will also describe the complaints management mechanism;
• collection of opinions, concerns, and suggestions from project stakeholders,
5. The duration of the assignment will be ninety (90) calendar days.
6. The consultant required for this study should have proven:
1. experience in carrying out environmental and social impact assessments of development projects,
2. and especially, experience in carrying out environmental and social impact assessments of development projects in the power distribution sector.
7. The indicative staff required by the Consultant for the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) in each of the countries should include the following experts:
• Project Manager, Environmental Manager with a Master’s degree, Environmental Engineer or equivalent, with at least ten (10) years of experience in carrying out environmental impact studies relating to electrical power distribution works and who has also carried out at least two (2) power transmission line projects over the last five (5) years, including one (1) project funded by the World Bank. He/she will be in charge of coordinating the activities of the team members and writing progress reports. He/she will guide the team members on the activities to be taken into account. He/she will specify the methodology to be implemented and will organise exchanges with stakeholders in close collaboration with the Socio-Economic Expert. He/she will also be in charge, in collaboration with the other team members, of ensuring the presentation of the ESIA to the competent national authority for validation. Knowledge of the region will be an added advantage;
• Socio-economist Expert with a Master’s degree and at least ten (10) years of experience in conducting socio-economic surveys in a similar context and who has also participated in the implementation of at least two (2) transmission line projects over the last five (5) years. Knowledge of the region will be an asset;
• Energy Expert, with a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent, with at least ten (10) years of experience in the management of electrical power distribution works and who has participated in at least two (2) studies of medium-voltage power transmission line projects, including studies of 30 kV power transmission line layouts over the last five (5) years. Knowledge of the region will be an asset;
• Health-Safety-Environment (HSE) Expert, Expert in Electrical Infrastructure Safety, with a Master’s degree and at least five (5) years of experience, and who has also participated in the development of electrical hazard studies specifically in network extension or reinforcement projects or HV/LV electrification projects over the last five (5) years. The incumbent will deal with all issues related to the safety of equipment and installations, hygiene, and health. Knowledge of the region will be an asset;
• Expert on Gender-Based Violence (GBV), Sexual Exploitation and Abuse, and Child Protection with a degree in population/sociology or related fields and proven experience (minimum 7 years) in GBV prevention and response. The incumbent should have at least 5 years of experience in the analysis and evaluation of projects in the area of GBV, and expertise in the development of technical documents and reports as well as programmatic guidelines relating to violence against women and children, especially GBV/SEA/SH and child protection. He/she shall have excellent knowledge of guiding principles and best practices in GBV information collection, including the 2007 WHO Guidelines. The incumbent must have also conducted or participated in the development of a mapping of GBV prevention and response stakeholders and interventions;

The Consultant shall add support staff to his/her team for the accomplishment of his/her mission. The support staff may include Communication Expert for sensitisation and dissemination of information, Cartographers, Facilitators). The proposed experts shall have a perfect command of French and IT tools and a good knowledge of the World Bank Environmental and Social Framework.

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ENUGU STATE NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT (EN-NEWMAP)-

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR RECLAMATION, CHANNELING AND REMEDIATION WORKS AT ONUIYI NSUKKA, ANYAZURU OHOM ORBA & IMILIKE ETITI GULLY EROSION SITES (LOT 1-3)

GOVERNMENT OF ENUGU STATE
MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND MINERAL RESOURCES
ENUGU STATE NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT
(EN-NEWMAP)
CR NO. IDA 51050 NG
SPECIFIC PROCUREMENT NOTICE

Employer: Enugu State Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources
Project: Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project
Contract title: Reclamation, channeling and remediation works at Onuiyi Nsukka, Anyazuru
Ohom Orba & Imilike Etiti Erosion Sites (Lots 1 – 3)
Country: Nigeria
Credit No: IDA 51050 NG
RFB No: ENS/NEWMAP/WKS/RFB/2020/01B
Issued on: Thursday 27th Aug 2020

1. The Federal Republic of Nigeria has received a credit from the International Development Association (IDA) towards the cost of Enugu State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project. It is intended that part of the proceeds of this credit will be applied to eligible payments under the contract for the Procurement of Contractor for Reclamation, Channeling and Remediation Works at Onuiyi Nsukka, Anyazuru Ohom Orba & Imilike Etiti Gully Erosion Sites (Lot 1-3).

2. The Enugu State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the Procurement of Contractor for the Reclamation, Channeling and Remediation Works at Onuiyi Nsukka, Anyazuru Ohom Orba & Imilike Etiti Gully Erosion Sites (“The Works”).

3. The Reclamation, Channeling and Remediation Works is for eight (7) calendar months

Lot Contract Identity Name of Works Construction Period Amount of Bid Security
1 ENS/NEWMAP/WKS/RFB/ 2020/01B  Procurement of Contractor for the Reclamation Channeling and Remediation Works at Onuiyi Nsukka Gully Erosion Control Site 7 months A Bid Securing Declaration shall be required
2 ENS/NEWMAP/WKS/RFB/ 2020/01B  Procurement of Contractor for the Reclamation Channeling and Remediation Works at Anyazuru Ohom Orba Gully Erosion Control Site 7 months A Bid Securing Declaration shall be required
3 ENS/NEWMA P/WKS/RFB/ 2020/01B  Procurement of Contractor for the Reclamation, Channeling and Remediation Works at Imilike Etiti Gully Erosion Control Site 7 months A Bid Securing Declaration shall be required

4. QUALIFICATION CRITERIA:
a. Key qualification criteria are as follows:
(i) The Bidder shall demonstrate that it has access to, or has available, liquid assets, unencumbered real assets, lines of credit, and other financial means (independent of any contractual advance payment) sufficient to meet the construction cash flow requirements estimated as follows:- Lot 1 NGN521,640,000.00 (USD 1,373,000.00), Lot 2 NGN557,658,000.00 USD1,468,000.00 Lot 3 NGN 271,254,000.00 (USD714,000.00) for the subject contract(s) net of the Bidder’s other commitments.

(ii) The Bidders shall also demonstrate, to the satisfaction of the Employer, that it has adequate sources of finance to meet the cash flow requirements on works currently in progress and for future contract commitments.

(iii) The audited balance sheets or, if not required by the laws of the Bidder’s country, other financial statements acceptable to the Employer, for the last (5) years shall be submitted and must demonstrate the current soundness of the Bidder’s financial position and indicate its prospective long-term profitability,

b. Minimum average Annual Construction Turnover as follows:
Lot 1, NGN12, 519,338,000.00 (USD32, 946,000.00)
Lot 2, NGN13, 383,785,000.00 (USD 35,221,000.00)
Lot 3, NGN 6,510,093,000.00 (USD 17,132,000.00)
Calculated as total certified payments received for contracts in progress and/or completed within the last (5) years, divided by (5) years’

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MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND FOREST RESOURCES, GOMBE STATE

– REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR SUPERVISION OF TWO EROSION SITES

GOVERNMENT OF GOMBE STATE
MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND FOREST RESOURCES
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES – FIRMS SELECTION)
COUNTRY: NIGERIA
NAME OF PROJECT: NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT
CREDIT NO.: IDA 51050 NG
ASSIGNMENT TITLE: CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR SUPERVISION OF TWO EROSION SITES
REFERENCE NO: GMS/NEWMAP/CW/CQS/20/01

The Federal Republic of Nigeria has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project and intends to apply part of the proceeds toward payments under the contract for consulting services for Supervision of Two gully Erosion Site Control in Gombe State.

The consulting services (“the Services”) include Supervision of contracts for the control of gully erosion at two sites in Gombe State. The duration of the assignment is 9 months which is expected start in September 2020.

The detailed Terms of Reference (TOR) for the assignment Can be found at the following website link: www.gombenewmap.org/publications

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