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CONSULTANCY FOR PREPARATION OF PROJECT COMPLETION REPORT (PCR) FOR 50 MILLION AFRICAN WOMEN SPEAK NETWORKING PROJECT (50MAWSP)

(INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT)

Background

In September 2016, COMESA, the East African Community (EAC) and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) signed a Memorandum of Understanding to jointly implement a project called the 50 Million African Women Speak Networking Platform Project (50MAWSP) to address some of the challenges experienced by women in business in their member/partner States and Africa as a whole with support from the African Development Bank (AfDB). The three RECs coordinated by COMESA jointly implemented the project. Implementation of the project kicked-off in June/July 2017 after the recruitment of project staff.

The objective of the project is to contribute to the economic empowerment of women through the provision of a digital networking platform to enable women to access information on financial and non-financial services.

The 50 Million African Women Speak Platform was developed and made available through www.womenconnect.org for women and services providers to use in November 2019. The platform provides women with a basic information service on aspects such as how to start/register a business, as well as opportunities to access information on business training, mentorship, affordable financial services/products and locally-relevant business information, while allowing them to build their networks, benefit from peer-to-peer learning and create knowledge communities, in their countries and across borders. Ultimately, as the name suggests, it is expected that the Platform will be used by approximately 50 million women on the African Continent.

The project is implemented in 38 countries belonging to COMESA, EAC and ECOWAS. Thirty-six participating countries have set up a Country Team made up of representatives from the public and private sectors as well as civil society to spearhead national project activities. Specifically, the country teams are comprised of representatives from the ministries responsible for Gender, Trade and ICT among others; institutions responsible for enterprise development, financial institutions, women associations and membership-based entities working with women in business. The country teams are supported by national project focal point persons in the project

host ministries and, National Content Developers. It is this structure at the national level that works in tandem with the regional bodies (COMESA, EAC and ECOWAS) to generate content for the platform, as well as sensitize the targeted users about the platform’s existence and benefits.

The project is expected to end on 31st December 2020 as stipulated in the grant agreement between AfDB and the RECs. It is against this background that COMESA in collaboration with EAC and ECOWAS wishes to hire the services of an individual consultant to conduct an assessment of the project and draft an independent project completion report (PCR).

The report should assess the completion of implementation of all project components, namely: support for ICT equipment & application, support for platform, related statistical database, content development, and target services for women entrepreneurs, support for back office/in-country resources and project management/capacity building components. The PCR will highlight achievements, challenges, gaps/emerging issues, lessons learnt and propose key interventions that are in line with project objectives, targets, ownership and sustainability. The project completion report will be used to inform the AfDB, member States and the three RECs on the achievements of the project, challenges experienced, lessons, gaps/emerging issues that require support. Further, the consultant will assist the PIU to develop a proposal for the second phase of the project.

Objective of the Assignment

The overall objective of the consultancy services is to undertake the preparation of project completion report for the 50MAWS project. The PCR will assess and highlight the achievements of the project, challenges, lessons learnt, gaps/emerging issues, sustainability aspects and suggest recommendations and interventions for the second phase for future enhancements of the platform.

Methodology

The consultancy will adopt a mixed method with a consultative and participative approach. It will include field visits where applicable, conducting virtual meetings with RECs gender departments, resource mobilization units, PIUs, Ministries responsible for women affairs and coordinating ministries and undertake desk review work.

The consultant will also use focus group discussions, key informants’ interviews, and conduct discussions with platform design service provider and women entrepreneurs to obtain needed information.

The consultant will conduct strategic meetings with COMESA, EAC and ECOWAS Executive Management and the AfDB Task Team Leader to obtain strategic recommendations and interventions.

Applications Submission

The Applicant shall submit their proposals to the

Chairperson - Procurement Committee, COMESA Secretariat,
Ben Bella Road,
P.O. Box 30051,
Lusaka, Zambia,
Attention: Procurement Unit

The proposals should be sent to the chairperson via email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. not later than 5th October 2020 at 15.00 hrs Lusaka time.

Technical Queries

For any technical queries related to the terms of reference, kindly contact or send written enquiries to the following email address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Note that the deadline for submitting questions is 30th September 2020 at 15hrs Lusaka time.

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AU Corruption
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)

INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANCY

CONSULTANCY SERVICES TO CONDUCT A MID TERM REVIEW OF THE AUABC 2018-2022 STRATEGIC PLAN

Reference No. AUABC/CONS/2020/02

I: Background to the Consultancy

The Member States of the African Union adopted the African Union Convention on Preventing and Combating Corruption (AUCPCC) at the Second Ordinary Session of the Assembly of the Union held in Maputo (Mozambique), on 11th July 2003. The Convention entered into force on 5th August 2006, thirty (30) days after the deposit of the fifteenth (15th) instrument of ratification. To date Forty-four (44) countries have ratified the Convention and are States Parties to it.

The Convention, pursuant to Article 22(1) established the African Union Advisory Board on Corruption (AUABC or the Board) as a follow-up mechanism for the Convention with the following objectives;

  • Document and analyze corrupt activities;
  • Advise the AU and member states on all matters relating to corruption;
  • Monitor and report on implementation and compliance with the Convention; and
  • Engage in advocacy and outreach to prevent corruption.

In an effort to establish direction and focus, the Board has been developing and implementing strategic plans and currently is implementing its second series of five- year strategic plan that was adopted in 2018 and implementation ends in 2022.

The Strategic Plan provides guidance for the implementation of projects and programmes towards the achievement of the Board’s short-term vision of becoming “an efficient organization that provides relevant support to Member States in the sustainable implementation of the AU Convention and the fight against corruption in Africa.”

The 2018 – 2022 Strategic Plan seeks to achieve four objectives:

  • Provide a road-map that clearly defines the actions of the Board in planning, decision making and resource allocation;
  • Provide a strategic framework and common standards of responsibilities which allows the Board, stakeholders and partners to align on how goals are achieved, and the flexibility to respond to rapid and unforeseen developments;
  • Create a solid link between the Board, partners and stakeholders who will assist it in its mission (short term), measure the degree of progress in fighting corruption in Africa (medium term) and to considerably reduce the effects of corruption on good governance and development in Africa (longer term); and
  • Provide a platform to align the activities of the Board with the wider African Union agenda, specifically, the AU Agenda 2063 (Aspiration #3) and the framework for the African Governance Architecture.

The vision of the Board is articulated in the Four Strategic Pillars as below:

  • Enhanced legal framework to combat corruption;
  • Strengthened capacity of State Parties to combat corruption;
  • Enhanced outreach and cooperation activities; and
  • Strengthened institutional capacity of the Board and the Secretariat.

Implementation of the Strategic Plan is done through yearly annual programme interventions that comprise of key identified activities, deliverables and key results areas. The year 2020 marks half-way through the implementation of the Strategic Plan and presents an opportune time to reflect on the progress made so far in achieving the objectives of the strategic plan. Further the mid-term review will provide feedback that will guide the Board to optimize delivery of its mandate.

II: Objectives of the Consultancy

  • General objectives

The general objective of the consultancy is to review and determine to what extent the objectives of the Strategic Plan have been realized as well as provide recommendations on how the Board can optimize results.

Secondly, the review shall be responding to the call by the African Union Executive Council for all AU organs to align their medium term strategic plans to the First Ten Year Implementation Plan of the Agenda 2063 which runs 2013 to 2023. The midterm review has therefore provided an opportunity to the Board to align its strategic plan to the required timeframe of 2023.

  • Specific objectives

Specifically the review will;

  • Consolidate and determine the status of overall progress on the implementation of the Strategic Plan;
  • Determine the progress on achievement of the objectives of each of the four strategic pillars;
  • Identify major challenges and opportunities that may have impacted the progress achieved this far;
  • Determine the impact of the Board’s activities and services provided to AU Member States;
  • Provide practical recommendations to ensure the Board maximizes achievement of results in a timely manner as well as transform its vision statement to make it more aspirational;
  • Align the implementation of the remainder of Strategic Plan to the First Ten Year Implementation Plan of the Agenda 2063

III: Scope of the Consultancy

The Consultant is expected to faithfully review the progress on the implementation of the Strategic Plan at mid-way of its execution and provide recommendations to optimize achievement of results.

The scope of work for the Consultant will include but not limited to:

  • Review relevant Board’s documents including policy documents, reports, publications, and other related documents;
  • Identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats that have affected the execution of the strategic plan;
  • Determine what it would take to accelerate the implementation of the strategic plan;
  • Identify the resource needs for the implementation of the plan in the remaining time frame;
  • Design relevant tools for the monitoring and evaluation of program implementation for the remaining period of execution of the plan; and
  • Identify the key stakeholders to be consulted and interviewed in the review process.
  • Review the structure for delivery of the Strategic Plan

IV: Deliverables, Reporting Requirements and Time Frames

It is estimated that the consultancy shall be undertaken in 30 consulting days spread over a period of 3 months. It is expected that most interviews will be virtual (via telephone/skype/Zoom). The Consultant shall be required to submit an inception Inception report, including the proposed plan of work 7 days after signing of contract. The consultant will identify key stakeholders and list of interviewees and develop the information data collection tools and conduct interviews and reviews. The Consultant will be expected to present a draft report which will be discussed and approved by the Board.   The main deliverables will be a report on the status of implementation of the strategic plan and report on achievement of results and an ME tool. The second deliverable will be a plan to accelerate execution of the strategic plan to optimize achievement of results. The final deliverable is expected to be submitted by 30th December 2020.

V: Consultancy fees

The Consultant will be selected under the fixed budget selection method (lump-sum amount) and payment shall not exceed USD 10,000.00 as consultancy fees for this assignment. The first tranche of 40 percent will be paid after submitting the inception report and its approved by the Board. The second tranche of 60 percent will be paid after submitting the final approved report.

VI: Qualifications and Skills

The Board will consider the following aspects in selecting the consultant for this task:

  • The consultant(s) should have post-graduate qualifications in Social Sciences such as Political Science, Law, Economics and Management;
  • At least 10 years’ experience in strategic planning and management;
  • Have reviewed more than five (5) organization’s strategic plans;
  • Experience in evaluating institutions/projects/strategic plans that deal with issues of governance;
  • Experience in participatory methods of research, gathering and synthesizing the perspectives of various stakeholders;
  • A very good knowledge of the African Union and its’ Organs specifically treaty based Organs.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication in English and proficiency in French is an asset.
  • Must be from African Union Member State

VII: Evaluation and qualification criteria

For evaluation of the expressions of interest, the following criteria will be applied:

  • General Education and Qualification(s) (10 points);
  • Experience in reviewing strategic plans (50);
  • Other experience related to the assignment (20) points);
  • Technical approach and methodology (20 points)

VIII: Submission of Proposal

Interested individuals are requested to submit the following documents for AUABC’s consideration:

  • Up-to-date Curriculum Vitae
  • Technical Proposal which will include understanding of the assignment, detailed work plan (including technical approach and methodology)
  • Financial proposal

IX: Submission                             

  • EOIs must be submitted to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with Copy to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • The Title of the Assignment and Procurement reference number should be clearly indicated in the subject matter of the email
  • The deadline for submission is 14th October  2020 at 15:00Hrs East Africa Time (GMT +3)

 AU Corruption

 REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)

CONSULTANCY SERVICES TO DEVELOP AN AFRICAN CORRUPTION MEASUREMENT TOOL AND METHODOLOGY

 Reference No. AUABC/CONS/2020/01

  I: General Background of the Consultancy

The Member States of the African Union adopted the African Union Convention on Preventing and Combating Corruption (AUCPCC) at the Second Ordinary Session of the Assembly of the Union held in Maputo (Mozambique), on 11th July 2003. The Convention entered into force on 5th August 2006, thirty (30) days after the deposit of the fifteenth (15th) instrument of ratification. To date Forty-four (44) countries have ratified the Convention and are States Parties to it.

The Convention, pursuant to Article 22(1) established the African Union Advisory Board on Corruption (AUABC or the Board) as a follow-up mechanism for the Convention with the following objectives;

  • Document and analyze corrupt activities;
  • Advise the AU and member states on all matters relating to corruption;
  • Monitor and report on implementation and compliance with the Convention; and
  • Engage in advocacy and outreach to prevent corruption.

Further, Article 22 section 5-C of the AUCPCC calls on the Board to develop methodologies for analyzing the nature and extent of corruption in Africa. In fulfilling this mandate, the Board organized its 2nd Annual African Anti-Corruption Dialogue in October 2018 around the topic of corruption measurement and assessment. The Dialogue brought together the national anticorruption agencies and other key stakeholders to discuss and exchange ideas and concepts on corruption measurement. Specifically, the dialogue facilitated the sharing of the experience on the use and application of the diverse methodologies currently being used within member states.

On the other hand, the 4th African Governance Report (2016) by United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA)- on “Measuring Corruption in Africa: The International Dimension Matters” identified that most corruption indicators are very limited in providing policy options whose implementation would help to fight corruption and called for more research on development of corruption methodologies that address such shortfalls.

It is against this background that the African Union Advisory Board on Corruption intends to commission a consultant firm to study, research, review and consolidate a possible corruption measurement tool and methodology that is fact based and objective and takes into consideration the reality and status of governance in Africa. The study will develop a rigorous methodology that will facilitate the identification of corruption indicator(s) that measures the magnitude of corruption in Africa taking into consideration the institutional & policy dimensions.

II: Objectives of the Consultancy

The general objective of this consulting assignment is to research, conceptualize and design an African corruption measurement tool and methodology. Specifically the study will develop a conceptual framework that will provide a methodological approach in determining the envisaged corruption measurement. The methodology is to determine and develop measurement indicator/indicators that reflect the reality of the corruption phenomenon in Africa. This measurement shall be borne out of consensus with players and stakeholders in the anticorruption spectrum within African Union member states.

III: Scope of the Consultancy

The consulting firm is expected to:-

  • Develop a conceptual and analytical framework for the development of a tool and  methodology for corruption measurement;
  • Determine basic corruption measurement with possible indicators that could be used for policy reform and building in Africa;
  • Determine the data needs (qualitative and quantitative) for the corruption measurement;
  • Develop a baseline database for the measurement
  • Run a simulation for methodology and measurement using five country data set to test its feasibility;
  • Conduct validation session in five region of Africa; and Provide post development support including training on the methodology and the measurement as well as validation session in the five regions of Africa.

The above activities that constitute the scope of work will be carried out using mainly desk research and interviews and face to face consultations whenever necessary(mindful of the travel restrictions due to COVID-19 Pandemic). The consulting firm shall work closely with the Board’s Working Group on Corruption Methodology to provide expertise in developing the methodology for the measurement of corruption in Africa. The consultant will also identify other key players to be consulted in the development of the conceptual framework leading to the designing of the methodology.

IV: Deliverables, Reporting Requirements and Time Frames

It is estimated that the study shall take no more than 60 consulting days spread over a period of 3 months. The final deliverable is expected to be submitted by 30th December 2020. The Consultants shall be required to submit an inception Inception report, including the proposed plan of work and methodology for the study 7 days after signing of contract. After that the Consultant shall engage in consultative works and drafting of the conceptual framework for at least a period of 20 days. Once the conceptual framework is approved, designing of the methodology and corruption measurement shall commence through constant consultations between the Consulting firm, the Board, and selected key stakeholders. The Consultant will also be required to provide post designing support which is envisaged to happen in 2021.

V: Consultancy Fees

Consulting Firm will be selected under the Fixed budget selection method and payment shall not exceed USD 36,000.00 as consultancy fees for this assignment. The first tranche of 20%, will be paid after submitting the inception report. The second tranche of 40 percent will be paid after submitting the first draft of the conceptual framework. The 40% of the contract sum shall be paid after the submission of the proposed corruption methodology and measurement. At each stage there shall be discussions on the report with AUABC Working Group On Corruption Methodology and payment shall be made after report is deemed satisfactory by the Working Group.

VI: Qualifications and Experience

The Consulting Firm shall be selected based on the following minimal education qualifications and experience of team members as well as cumulative experience of the Consulting firm:

VII: Composition of Team Members

It is expected that the consulting firm shall have at the minimum 3 experts as follows:

  • An Expert in governance, (those with focus on anti-corruption thematic area will have added advantage);
  • A statistician with demonstrable experience working with both quantitative and qualitative data; and
  • A Researcher with demonstrable experience in governance and corruption measurement/assessment.

VIII: Educational Qualifications of Team Members

The consultants should have post-graduate qualifications in Social Sciences - such as Political Science, Law, Economics, Statistics - relevant to the expertise of the team member as outlined in the composition of team members above). The Team Leader must have PHD qualification. A strong background in research in governance with a focus on anti-corruption studies is a must.

IX: Experience and Skills of Team Members

  • At least 10 years demonstrable experience in research related to corruption, and/ or governance issues in Africa;
  • Track record and sound expertise in analysis and use of corruption data and familiarity with measuring corruption and its correlations with various variables;
  • At least 10 years of conducting research both qualitative and quantitative)
  • Excellent understanding of issues of corruption and governance;
  • Good understanding of regional and global legal and policy normative frameworks on corruption in Africa;
  • Experience in preparing reports in the field of anti-corruption and those with publications on governance and corruption thematic area will have an added advantage;
  • Verifiable references of previous work of similar nature; and
  • Proficiency in English language and knowledge of French language would be an asset.

X: Profile of the Consulting firm

  • Minimum of 10 years’ experience working on projects relating to development, good governance and anti-corruption studies and research in Africa;
  • Track record working on research projects that are multicultural and cross country dimensions;
  • Experience in research and studies that require development of methodology and assessment frameworks; and
  • At least 10 years of research experience in the field of good governance, or specifically corruption.
  • Must be form African Union Member State

XI: Evaluation and qualification criteria

For evaluation of the expressions of interest, the following criteria will be applied:

  • Educational qualification(s) and relevant skills of team members (15 points);
  • Team members experience related to the assignment – role in the Consultancy (30) points);
  • Firm’s experience related to the assignment (20 points) and
  • Technical approach and methodology (35 points).

XII: Submission of Proposal

Interested Consulting Firms are requested to submit the following documents for AUABC’s consideration:

  • Detailed Technical Proposal (including work-plan, technical approach and methodology to carry out the consultancy
  • Profile of the Firm
  • CV of the team members
  • Understanding and interpretation of the TOR
  • List of Publications and reports produced which are relating to the assignment
  • Financial proposal
  • Two reference letter from previous clients

XIII: Submission

  • EOIs must be submitted to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with Copy to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • The Title of the Assignment and Procurement reference number should be clearly indicated in the subject matter of the email
  • The deadline for submission is 14th October  2020 at 15:00Hrs East Africa Time (GMT +3)

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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
(INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT)

REFERENCE: EAC/PSSIP/IC/2020/31
Sector: Financial Sector ADF Grant No: 2100155023918 Project ID No: P-Z1-HZ0-003

The East African Community (EAC) has received financing from the African Development Fund (ADF) toward the cost of the EAC Payment and Settlement Systems Integration Project (EAC- PSSIP) and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this grant to payments under the contract for Individual Consultancy Services to support Bank of South Sudan (BSS) to develop National Payment System (NPS) Legal and Regulatory Framework in the Republic South Sudan.

The development of payment systems legal and regulatory framework shall consider international best practices, norms with respect to the functioning of both large and retail payment and settlement systems especially the Principles for the Financial Market Infrastructure (PFMI) and developments in the East African Community. The consultancy services shall include:

  1. Perform a review of legal gap analysis;
  2. Conduct consultative workshops with key stakeholders
  3. Drafting Law and regulations in the area of payment and settlement systems;
  4. Analysing other applicable laws in South Sudan and their alignment with the NPS Law and other regulations to be draft;
  5. Providing knowledge transfer on the drafted regulations.

The detailed Terms of Reference (TOR) for this consultancy can be obtained from the EAC website at www.eac.int/ and the Bank of South Sudan (BSS) website https://bankofsouthsudan.org/ or requested directly from the contact indicated below.

The EAC Secretariat now invites eligible individual consultants to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (letter of interest, Update CV, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills, etc.).

Eligibility criteria, establishment of the short-list and the selection procedure shall be in accordance with the African Development Fund’s “Rules and Procedures for the use of Consultants” (May 2008 Edition, Revised July 2012), which is available on the Fund’s website at http://www.afdb.org. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours 0800hrs – 1700hrs (local time).

Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below via email or hand delivery by Monday 25th May, 2020 at 0900hrs Arusha time, Ref: EAC/PSSIP/IC/2020/31 Individual Consultancy Services to support Bank of South Sudan (BSS) to develop National Payment System (NPS) Legal and Regulatory Framework in South Sudan.

The East African Community (EAC)
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AICC, Kilimanjaro Wing,
5th Floor Room No. 510
Arusha, TANZANIA
Tel: +255 27 2162 100
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LAKE VICTORIA BASIN COMMISSION

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

ADAPTING TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN LAKE VICTORIA BASIN PROJECT

INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT AS A WATER CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT AND ADAPTATION EXPERT

Ref. No: LVBC/SVS/043/19/20

The East African Community/Lake Victoria Basin Commission (LVBC) has received funds from the Adaptation Fund through United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) to implement Adapting to Climate Change in Lake Victoria Basin (ACC-LVB) project. LVBC seeks to use part of the funds to payments under the contract for individual consultant as a Water Catchment Management and Adaptation Expert.

The project seeks to reduce the vulnerability of the Lake Victoria Basin to climate change, focusing on two key issues; water scarcity and flooding. The project will increase climate resilience in the LVB at both a regional and local level by implementing both regional and community-based climate change adaptation interventions.

The services included under this project are to provide technical guidance and support capacity building initiatives to strengthen institutional and technical capacity on regional management of transboundary water catchment in the context of climate change and adaptation in the Lake Victoria Basin through the services of a Water Catchment Management and Adaptation Expert.

The LVBC now invites eligible Individual Consultants to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services by attaching curriculum vitae, academic and professional certificates, copy of passport or national identification document, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills, etc. The detailed Terms of Reference may be obtained from www.lvbcom.org and www.eac.int.

Eligibility criteria, establishment of the short-list and the selection procedure shall be in accordance with the EAC Procurement Policies and Procedures.

Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address and email below during office hours 0900 to 1700 hours East African local time.

Expressions of interest in sealed envelopes must be delivered to the tender box and addressed as below by Friday, 27th March 2020 at 11.00 hours EA local time and mention “EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT AS A WATER CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT AND ADAPTATION EXPERT - Ref. No: LVBC/SVS/043/19/20.

Executive Secretary
East African Community
Lake Victoria Basin Commission
Nyanza Regional Headquarters, 13th floor
Owuor Otiende Road, Off Kenyatta Highway
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