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|Office:||UNDP GUINEA – GUINEA|
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00102232 – Program to Support the Socio-Economic Integration of Children
Request for proposal 66705-RFP-UNDP GUINEA-2019
RFP REFERENCE FRAMEWORK
|Overview:In order to support the Government in the implementation of the 2016-2020 National Economic and Social Development Plan (PNDES), the United Nations System (UN System) has elaborated a new Development Assistance Framework Plan (UNDAF / UNDAF) for the period 2018-2022.|
As for the UNDP, it has a Programmed Instrument called CPD (Document Program Pays) for the period 2018-2022. The CPD is registered in the UNDAFF and aligned with the PNDES.
CPD’s main objective is to help Guinea create the conditions for inclusive and sustainable growth by building strong and accountable public institutions that are accountable to civil society. Promoting inclusive growth is expected across value chains in areas with high economic potential, creating jobs (including green jobs) to support local and emerging growth, improving community resilience to shocks and reduce youth migration.
In a Guinean economic landscape marked by a strong preponderance of the informal market (80%), unemployment affects 61% of young graduates, a high population growth which leads to a doubling of the population in 22 years and more than 300,000 new entrants on the labor market each year, the Economic Transformation and Sustainable Management of Natural Capital Cluster aims to respond to these challenges of underemployment, precariousness of young people and the absence of a culture of entrepreneurship development and support. by working on 3 levers of growth, which correspond to each of the socio-professional categories of Guinea.
It is therefore:
In the next three years, UNDP has set itself the goal of contributing to the socio-economic integration of nearly 3,500 young men and women, women and women’s groups and people living with disabilities. UNDP funds this ambitious project through an extensive and coordinated portfolio, including projects and programs, such as and without limitation:
UNDP relies on a concept of socio-economic integration path that takes into account three categories socio-professional, employees, self-employed and entrepreneurs. UNDP has identified weaknesses in terms of behavioral training and in terms of entrepreneurial culture at different levels for these three socio-professional groups.
This training need is not covered by traditional training institutions. This is why, in addition to the latter, UNDP wishes to identify and contract service providers to support the socio-professional integration of young men and women, women, women’s groups, people with and without disabilities.
UNDP launches six (6) Callfor Proposals (RFP) to identify support structures, whether public or private, national and subregional, that will guide and support young people, men and women, vulnerable or not in an integration process, so that they become employees, self-employed or entrepreneurs.
The calls for tenders concern the follow-up components of the integration path for employees, self-employed or entrepreneurs:
This invitation to tender concerns the ENTREPRENEURS STADE STARTUP Component.
We draw the tenderer’s attention to the fact that a complete Substance document, which is available as an appendix to this call for tenders, called theREFERENCE FRAMEWORK, has been written to accompany and inform tenderers on all aspects to be taken. in consideration for the preparation and formulation of proposals for the socio-economic integration of young men and women in Guinea. This frame of reference offers a precise guide on the results sought by UNDP and the various diagnostics that led to the formulation of these calls for tenders. We strongly recommend that you read this document carefully to support the drafting of service offerings.
In addition, UNDP has scheduled a public information and exchange session with bidders. All bidders who wish to do so are invited to declare their intention to participate in this public meeting, the report of which will then be shared among all bidders. This public session will be a space for discussion with support structures wishing to offer their services.
The Skype, teleconference and face-to-face session will be held onThursday, June 6, 2019 at 10:00in the first floor room of the UNDP office of the United Nations Common House, Guinea-Conakry.
SEE DETAILS ON THE ATTACHED RDT.
TERMS OF SUBMISSION
Interested applicants or NGOs are invited to send their proposal (Technical and Financial Offer) by e-mail to:email@example.com, with the subject: ”RECRUITMENT OF FIRMS / NGOs FOR THE ACCOMPANYING ENTREPRENEURS AT STAGE STARTUP–PART5 “or following the reference:66705 / RFP / UNDP GUINEA / 2019.
The technical and financial offers can be sent to the e-mail indicated above untilTuesday, June 18, 2019 at 00:00, Universal Time,and send to:
Mr Titus Osundina, Deputy Resident Representative (Operations) UNDP Guinea
House Common to the United Nations, Municipality of Matam Coleah, South Corniche, Street M002
BP 222 Conakry, Republic of Guinea
It is important to note that:
Required Cabinet / NGO Qualifications:
This call for tenders is open to NGOs (National and International, authorized to work in Guinea) who have experience in the field. This consultation will therefore be conducted by specialized NGOs with:
In terms of legal status, any accompanying structure will be eligible with the required experience in the form:
Profile of executives or key consultants:
The firm or NGO will have to align executives with relevant experiences of several years in the accompaniment of entrepreneurs.
Criteria for Evaluating Technical and Financial Proposals:
Combined rating method, using 70% -30% distribution for technical and financial proposals respectively. The minimum technical score required to pass is 70%.
The evaluation of offers takes place in two stages. The evaluation of the technical proposals is completed before the opening and the comparison of the financial proposals.
Will be judged qualified, the technical proposals that will get 70% of the maximum score of 100 points; this technical score will be weighted at 70%.
In a second step of the evaluation process, financial envelopes will be opened and financial offers compared.
The contract or contract will be awarded to the applicant (NGO) with the best combined score – quality / price ratio, cumulative evaluation – (70% weighted technique + 30% Financial).
This financial score combined with 30% is calculated for each proposal on the basis of the following formula: Financial score A = [(Lowest financial bid) / Financial offer of A] x 30.
The submission file must, under pain of rejection, contain the following elements:
TECHNICAL OFFER :
Expected maximum duration of the contract:
The maximum duration of the services to be provided under this call for proposalsis 36 months; the mission will start from the signature of the contract ideally (the 1st of July 2019), (see details in the TDRs).
NGO / CABINET APPLICATIONS THAT INTEGRATE GENDER PROMOTION IN THEIR ACTIVITIES ARE ENCOURAGED