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NASARAWA STATE MINISTRY OF TRADE, INDUSTRY, AND INVESTMENT-

INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR THE LEASE OF SOME STATE GOVERNMENT OWNED INDUSTRIES.

THE GOVERNMENT OF NASARAWA STATE
NASARAWA STATE MINISTRY OF TRADE, INDUSTRY, AND INVESTMENT,
STATE SECRETARIAT, ADJACENT ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, JOS ROAD, LAFIA.
INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR THE LEASE OF SOME STATE GOVERNMENT OWNED INDUSTRIES.

A. INTRODUCTION
(a) The Nasarawa State Government through the Ministry of Trade Industry and Investment is desirous to lease the underlisted Government-owned industries to interested in investors.

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GOVERNOR’S OFFICE, MUSA USMAN SECRETARIAT MAIDUGURI, BORNO STATE-

INVITATION FOR ENGAGING AUCTIONEERS

COMMITTEE ON EVACUATION REPAIRS AND AUCTION OF GROUNDED/SERVICEABLE GOVERNMENT VEHICLES, PLANTS, AND EQUIPMENT
CHAIRMAN NO: 08033570647 SEC. NO: 07033074417
GOVERNOR’S OFFICE MUSA USMAN SECRETARIAT MAIDUGURI, BORNO STATE
INVITATION FOR ENGAGING AUCTIONEERS

The Committee on the Evacuation, Repairs, and Auction of Grounded/Unserviceabie Government Vehicles, Plants and Equipment wishes to notify all prospective Auctioneers that are interested in the forthcoming Auction Exercise of all obsolete, unserviceable, and scrap vehicles, plants, and equipment belonging to the Borno State Government are to submit their application with all relevant documents to the Secretary of the Committee at the second-floor, room 19, Governor’s Office, Musa Usman Secretariat Maiduguri, Borno State.

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ECOWAS REGIONAL ELECTRICITY ACCESS PROJECT (ECOWAS-REAP)-

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR SELECTION OF A CONSULTANCY FIRM TO DEVELOP A RESETTLEMENT ACTION PLAN (RAP)

SELECTION OF A CONSULTANCY FIRM TO DEVELOP A RESETTLEMENT ACTION PLAN (RAP)
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 DEVELOP A RESETTLEMENT ACTION PLAN (RAP)
NG-ECOWAS-DEM-159666-CS-QCBS
DATE: OCTOBER 2- OCT 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 develop a Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) for the Phase 2 (P170599) of the said Project.
2. The Project Development Objective (PDO) is to increase grid electricity access in ECOWAS region. In this Phase 2, the project will finance the reinforcement 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 overall objective of the Consultant’s mission is to develop the Resettlement Action Plans (RAP) for persons affected by power lines connecting localities to be electrified to the identified substations, including the distribution stations. The RAP shall be developed by country and by substation. Specific objectives are as follows:
• Prepare the RAP in line with (i) laws, regulations and procedures of Governments of the countries concerned, (ii) World Bank environmental and social standards on involuntary resettlement, relating to the displacement and resettlement of persons and restoration of means of livelihood, and (iii) possible routes of the power lines as validated in the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) and community Resettlement Policy Framework
• Identify, in clear terms, persons affected by the project (PAP) as well as the nature, extent and monetary value of the losses incurred due to the construction of medium voltage power lines, and take inventory of heritage sites as well as historic, religious and cultural sites that fall within the boundaries of the interconnection lines;
• Propose fair and equitable compensation measures, with additional conditions to improve the standard of living of the PAP;
• Hold consultations with persons affected by the project (PAP) and ensure they are consulted and have the opportunity to participate in key stages of development and implementation of the involuntary resettlement and compensation actions.
• Conduct a population census in affected sites and a socioeconomic survey of PAP and host communities.
• Identify and plan all the steps required for displacement or resettlement, a sustainable development programme that will noticeably improve the livelihoods and living standards of PAP, or at least restore the conditions that existed prior to displacement or project implementation;
• Ensure that the compensation and aid provided are determined based on the impact suffered, in order to verify that no one person affected by the project receives unfair treatment, especially the vulnerable groups (women, aged, disabled, etc.).
• Ensure that persons affected, including the vulnerable groups, are assisted in their bid to improve their livelihoods and standard of living.
• Set up local decision-making bodies that will participate in the implementation of the RAP, with particular focus on assessment and compensation modes.
• Collaborate in the preparation of the RAP Grievance Redress Mechanism.
5. The duration of the assignment will be ninety (90) calendar days.
6. The Consulting Firm shall be a firm with at least 10 years of experience in the conduct of environmental and social assessments, including the preparation of Resettlement Policy Frameworks (RPF) and Resettlement Action Plans (RAP) for World Bank-funded development projects. The firm must have completed at least three (3) RAPs in the energy sector.
7. In each country, the Consultant shall engage an indicative team of experts across various disciplines for the mission, comprising but not limited to:
• a Social Development Expert, Project Lead, BAC+5 degree in social or environmental studies, with at least ten (10) years of experience in the development of Resettlement Action Plans and a good knowledge of the World Bank’s safeguard policies. He must spearhead at least three (3) RAP studies in the last five (5) years, including one (1) World Bank-funded project and one (1) electricity distribution project. Knowledge of the region would be an asset.
• a Socio-economist, specialised in the conduct of socio-economic surveys, analysis of socio-cultural data (gender, social inclusion and public consultation), BAC+5 degree in social studies and at least 10 years’ experience. He/she must have participated in the implementation of at least two (2) RAP studies during the last five (5) years, including one (1) relating to an electricity distribution project. Knowledge of the region would be an asset.
• a Geographic Information System Expert (GIS) holding a BAC+4 degree and demonstrable experience in the use of GIS. Proven experience in the conduct of at least two (2) GIS surveys in the last five (5) years, including one establishing a RAP for an electricity distribution project. The expert shall possess sound knowledge of GIS software, database management system (Access, Excel), modelling and knowledge of photo-interpretation and remote sensing). Knowledge of the region would be an asset.
Any support staff required for the mission (e.g., a Communications expert for awareness creation activities and information dissemination, facilitators). The proposed experts must be fluent in French, have strong IT skills and knowledge of World Bank Environmental and Social Framework and safeguard policies.

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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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ICAP, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY-

INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST 2020/2021 AT ICAP

INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST 2020/2021 AT ICAP

A global health leader situated at Columbia University, ICAP has worked since 2003 with one central goal: to improve the health of families and communities. Working hand-in-hand with individuals at every level of the health system-from patients to health care providers to government officials-ICAP is dedicated to delivering high-performing health system strengthening initiatives that provide quality and affordable health care. The organization tackles the world’s most pressing health threats and, in collaboration with partners around the world, implements transformative solutions to meet the health needs of individuals.

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FEDERAL GOVERNMENT COLLEGE, EDO STATE-

INVITATION FOR TECHNICAL AND FINANCIAL BIDS FOR THE EXECUTION OF 2020 APPROPRIATION

FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA
FEDERAL MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
FEDERAL SECRETARIAT COMPLEX, PHASE AHMADU BELLO WAY, ABUJA
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT COLLEGE, P.M.B. 17, IBILLO, EDO STATE
INVITATION FOR TECHNICAL AND FINANCIAL BIDS FOR THE EXECUTION OF 2020 APPROPRIATION

1. INTRODUCTION
The Federal Government of Nigeria Has allocated funds to the Federal Government College (FGC) Ibillo in the 2020 Appropriation for the execution of policies, programmes and projects towards achieving the mandate of the Ministry. Accordingly, the Federal Government College Ibillo, wishes to invite reputable contractors with relevant, proven competence and experience submit tenders for the execution of the following projects:

2. CATEGORY A:(WORKS)

LOT NO PROJECT TITLE DESCRIPTION LOCATION
W1 RENOVATION AND UPGRADING OF DINING HALL AND MODERN KITCHEN FGC, IBILLO

3. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
Prospective bidders must possess the under-listed requirements to be eligible in this procurement.
i. Certificate of incorporation with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC)
ii. Company’s current Tax Clearance Certificate for last three years (2017, 2018 & 2019)
iii. Current Pension Certificate in compliance with the amended PENCOM Reform Act 2014
iv. Current Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund NSITF) Clearance Certificate
v. Registration on the National Database of contractors, consultants and suppliers by inclusion of Interim Registration Report (IRR issued by the Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP)
vi. Current ITF Certificate in compliance with Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Act, 2015
vii. Verifiable Evidence of financial capability with an annual turnover of not less than 20 Million in the last three years (2017, 2018 & 2019)
viii. Company’s profile and evidence of Technical Qualifications of key Personnel including registration with relevant professional bodies
ix. List and verifiable documentary evidence of at least three (3) similar jobs successfully executed in the last five (5) years including letters of awards and Job Completion Certificates.
x. List and verifiable evidence of construction equipment with proof of ownership or lease agreement
xi. All documents for submission must be transmitted with Covering Forwarding Order the Company’s Letter Head Paper bearing amongst others, the Registration Number (RC) as issued by the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), Contact Telephone Number, Valid e-mail address and official Company’s address
xii. The Letter Head Paper must bear the Names, Nationalities and the telephone numbers of the Directors of the Company at the bottom of the page.

xiii. Current Sworn Affidavit disclosing:
a. That the Company is not in receivership, insolvent or bankrupt
b. That the Company does not have any Director who has ever been cancelled in any court in Nigeria or any other country for offence in relation to fraud of Financial impropriety.
c. Whether or not any car of the Federal Ministry of Education is a former or present vector, Shareholder or has a pecuniary interest In the bidder, and
d. That all documents submitted a true in connect in al particulars.

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NATIONAL CENTRE FOR ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT, BENIN CITY, NIGERIA-

INVITATION FOR TECHNICAL AND FINANCIAL TENDER FOR 2020 CAPITAL PROJECTS

NATIONAL CENTRE FOR ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT
(ENERGY COMMISSION OF NIGERIA)
UNIVERSITY OF BENIN, BENIN CITY, NIGERIA
INVITATION FOR TECHNICAL AND FINANCIAL TENDER FOR 2020 CAPITAL PROJECTS

1. INTRODUCTION
The National Centre for Energy and Environment (NCEE) charged with the responsibility of organizing and conducting Research and Development Programmes in Bio-energy and Environment invites qualified, interested and credible Contractors, Consultants, Suppliers and Vendors to tender for Goods Works and Services appropriated in 2020 Fiscal Year.

2. SCOPE OF SUPPLIES/WORKS

LOT DESCRIPTION OF ITEMS
CATEGORY A: GOODS
Lot 1 Supply of Camping Gas to Rural Women for Clean Environment,
CATEGORY B: WORKS
Lot 2 Erosion and Flood Control Works at Ikb igboanugo Avenue, Ejighinandu Village, Awka –Etiti Idemili South LGA
Lot 3 Urban Renewal Programme in Igbotako, Okitipupa, Ondo State

3. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
The following requirements for qualification must be submitted:
i. Evidence of Certificate of Incorporation issued by the Corporate Affairs Commission including Form CAC 1.1 or CAC2 & CAC7;
ii. Evidence of Company’s Income Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three (3) valid till 31st December, 2020:
iii. Evidence of current Pension Compliance Certificate valid till 31st December, 2020;
iv. Evidence of current Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Compliance Certificate valid till 31st December, 2020
v. Evidence of current Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) Compliance Certificate valid till 31st December, 2020;
vi. Evidence of Registration on the National Database of Federal Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers by submission of Interim Registration Report (IRR) expiring on 31/12/2020 or valid Certificate issued by BPP.
vii. Verifiable documentary evidence of at least three (3) similar jobs in the last five (5) years including Letter of Awards Valuation Certificates and Job Completion Certificates;
viii. Evidence of Sworn Affidavit disclosing whether or not any officer of the relevant committees of the National Centre for Energy and Environment or the Bureau of Public Procurement is a former or present Director shareholder or has any pecuniary interest in the bidder and to confirm that all information presented in its bid are true and correct in all particulars:
ix. Company’s Profile with Curriculum Vitae of Key Staff and copies of their Academic/Professional qualifications (COREN, QSRBN, ARCON, CORBON etc.) for Works.
x. List of Plants/Equipment with proof of Ownership/Lease (where applicable);
xi. Company’s Audited Accounts for the last three (3) years- 2016/2017/2018
xii. Evidence of financial capability to execute the project by submission of Reference Letter from a reputable commercial bank in Nigeria, indicating willingness to provide credit facility for the execution of the project when needed:
xiii. All documents for submission must be transmitted with a Covering/Forwarding letter under the Company/Firm’s Letter Head Paper bearing amongst others, the Registration Number (RC) as issued by the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), Contact Address, Telephone Number (preferably GSM No.), and e-mail address. The Letterhead Paper must bear the Names and Nationalities of the Directors of the Company at the bottom of the page, duly signed by the authorized officer of the firm.

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