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OXFAM-

REQUEST FOR QUOTATION FOR CONSULTANCY ON CAPACITY BUILDING ASSESSMENTS FOR PARTNERS

OXFAM CONSULTANCY ON CAPACITY BUILDING ASSESSMENTS FOR PARTNERS

JUSTIFICATION FOR CAPACITY BUILDING PLANS
One of the outputs of the LINE Project (Output 1221) is to develop institutional self-assessment and capacity building plans for partner staff to build the capacity of our local implementing partners and ensure sustainability. It is pertinent to carry out an assessment to ascertain areas of need for each partner organization and identify areas that they might be requiring additional capacity building and development.

The implementing partners have been involved with LINE activities since implementation began, and, in order to maximize their potential skill, experience and networks, there is need to build their capacity to support the Oxfam LINE project with excellent and quality outputs for optimum impact. The assessment will provide the basis for developing any training activity that will enhance their efficiency and effectiveness.

The assessment will ensure specific approaches are adopted to address specific needs that are context-appropriate for each partner.

The LINE project will seek the services of an independent consultant to work in close collaboration with the project’s partner organizations to undertake individual capacity needs assessments.

The assessment which will be conducted by a consultant with a focus on:

· Process and procedures: Finance, internal control, logistics/procurement, asset management,

· Human Resource management and administration: recruitment of staff,

renumeration, trainings, promotion, incentives, staff benefits, etc.

· Program implementation: fundraising, proposal writing, drafting of ToRs, reporting writing, etc.

· Strategic planning

· Risk assessment and risk management

· IT capacity

· Internal communications

Objectives and Scope of the Consultancy
The overall objective of this assessment is to conduct capacity needs assessments with each partner organization to identify areas for organizational improvement to achieve sustainable results. Specific objectives may include:

· To conduct an assessment of all five LINE implementing partners- PARE, RAHAMA, WEIN, FACEPAM and ASSAPIN. The assessment will look at their internal processes and procedures to ascertain capacity and identify shortcomings.

· To work with partners in identifying better ways of performance and to make insightful, clear contributions to the

LINE Project.

· Serving as an appraisal system and stimulate discussions on what skills need to be

improved or incorporated and how.

· To provide a constructive base for enhancing performance and efficiency.

Minimum Research Methodology
The Consultant is expected to carry out an assessment that will be participatory and consultative for five partners namely; ASSAPIN, The PASTORAL RESOLVE, PARE, RAHAMA, and WEIN, all based in Bauchi. The methodology used will be up to the consultant to suggest but must include in- person discussions that should include Key Informant Interviews and a Focus Group Discussions as well as a review of existing policies and procedures, including staff training. The exercise is expected to last for 15 days with each partner organization having 3 days of interaction and engagement with the consultant.

He/she will also be responsible for designing and delivering the capacity needs assessment report and capacity building plans for each LINE partner organization.

Expected Deliverables
· An inception report including a work plan, detailed methodology, report format and timeline, to be submitted within 10 days from the commencement of the assignment.

· The inception report should be presented virtually to LINE staff as well as partners for their comments and feedback.

· A consolidated report, which includes a summary of the findings of the capacity needs assessment, as well as individual capacity building plans for each of the five (5) partners to be submitted within 10 working days after the completion of the assessment. The consolidated report should make recommendations on further training requirements on a collective (meaning common needs of all partners) as well as on an individual partner basis.

Activity Description

Duration

(Days)

Output/result

Inception Meeting with the Project Management

Team and Executive Directors of LINE partners

Inception report

Assessment of partners

Preparation of draft report

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EVIDENCE FOR ACTION (E4A)

– CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR IMPACT STUDY OF THE EVIDENCE FOR ACTION (E4A) MAMAYE PROGRAMME IN KENYA AND NIGERIA

IMPACT STUDY OF THE EVIDENCE FOR ACTION (E4A) MAMAYE PROGRAMME IN KENYA AND NIGERIA
LOCATION: NAIROBI & BUNGOMA IN KENYA AND BAUCHI, NIGER, AND LAGOS IN NIGERIA
REQUEST FOR: CALL FOR PROPOSALS
DEADLINE: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2021

The E4A-MamaYe programme is calling for research groups to submit proposals for a two-part study to understand the status of the project’s progress at outcome and impact level and the prospect of these changes being sustainable, and to identify learnings and recommendations that can be taken forward. The study should be conducted in April 2021 and again in February 2022.

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THE NIGERIA INCENTIVE-

BASED RISK SHARING SYSTEM FOR AGRICULTURAL LENDING(NIRSAL)- REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST REGISTRATTON AS SERVICE PROVIDER FOR YEAR 2021 PROCUREMENT ACTIVITIES

NIRSAL
THE NIGERIA INCENTIVE-BASED RISK SHARING SYSTEM FOR AGRICULTURAL LENDING
DE-RISKING AGRICULTURE. FACILITATING AGRIBUSINESS
GENERAL PROCOREMENT NOTICE/REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST REGISTRATTON AS SERVICE PROVIDER FOR YEAR 2021 PROCUREMENT ACTIVITIES

1. INTRODUCTION
NIRSAL PLC is a public Limited Company incorporated under the companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA) as a licensed Non-Bank Financial Institution. NIRSAL PLC is saddled with the mandate of facilitating the flow of credit and investment to Agri-Business Value Chain players as well as de-risk agricultural lending in Nigeria. In pursuit of its mandate, the need exists to conduct the procurements of key inputs for its programs and projects across the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

2. OBJECTIVE
The purpose of this publication is to request for Registration from individuals, private sector companies and other organizations desiring to render services to NIRSAL PLC and willing to be captured in the database of qualified service providers of the institution. This will also include the updating of expired statutory documents by existing vendors with evidence of Vendors Registration Status Report issued in 2020.

3. CATEGORIES OF SERVICES
The various services are listed in appendix 1 and they generally fall into the below-listed categories:
i. Goods
ii. Services
iii. Works
iv. Input supply

4. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
This general procurement notice /request for expression of interest registration require basic information of the service providers and must include the below-listed registration documents. Only shortlisted person, firms or consortia shall be contacted to obtain’’ Invitation to Bid ‘’ or’ ’Request for Proposal’’ documents with a view to further participate in the 2021 procurement exercise:
i. Evidence of incorporation of the company by the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC)
ii. Evidence of Registration with relevant professional bodied
iii. Evidence of current Tax clearance certificate issued in 2020/2021
iv. Evidence of VAT Registration
v. Company Audited Account for three years ending in 2021.
vi. Evidence of compliance with the provision of the pension Reform act 2004.
vii. Evidence of compliance with Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF)
viii. Evidence of at least 3 Similar Jobs executed in the last 3 years from 2018, including letters of award and completion certificates for the selected services.
ix. Detailed resume for individual consultants.
x. Evidence of registration/certification with Agriculture business Regulators such as National Agricultural seed council (NASC), etc. for inputs. Seed supply company only
xi. Form CO2 and CO7

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NIGERIA INCENTIVE-BASED RISK SHARING SYSTEM FOR AGRICULTURAL LENDING(NIRSAL)-

GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE / REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST REGISTRATION AS SERVICE PROVIDER FOR YEAR 2021 PROCUREMENT ACTIVITIES

NIRSAL
THE NIGERIA INCENTIVE-BASED RISK SHARING SYSTEM FOR AGRICULTURAL LENDING:
GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE / REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST REGISTRATION AS SERVICE PROVIDER FOR YEAR 2021 PROCUREMENT ACTIVITIES

1. INTRODUCTION
NIRSAL PLC is a Public Limited Company incorporated under the Companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA) as a licensed Non-Bank Financial Institution. NIRSAL PLC is saddled with the mandate of facilitating the flow of credit and investment to Agri-Business Value Chain players as well as de-risk agricultural lending in Nigeria. In pursuit of its mandate, the need exists to conduct the procurements of key inputs for its Programs and Projects across the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

2. OBJECTIVE
The purpose of this publication is to Request for Registration from individuals, private sector companies and other organizations desiring to render services to NIRSAL PLC and willing to be captured in the database of qualified service providers of the institution. This will also include the updating of expired statutory documents by existing vendors with evidence of Vendors Registration Status Report issued in 2020

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