(RELANCE DE L’APPEL) Consultation en vue d’un Contrat de Services dans le cadre du projet Readiness UEMOA








Avis de consultation pour le recrutement d’un Consultant pour la conduite d’une étude régionale en vue de l’analyse des écarts existant entre gouvernements centraux et collectivités locales pour la mise en œuvre des CDN, et en vue de finaliser une cartographie des parties prenantes au niveau des 16 collectivités locales retenues dans le cadre du projet Readiness UEMOA.

1. Informations de base

Département émetteur de la consultation
Point focal du Fonds Vert Climat (Autorités Nationales Désignées – AND) pour le Togo

Lieu d’exécution de la prestation
Sénégal, Côte d’Ivoire, Togo, Mali, Bénin, Guinée Bissau, Burkina Faso

Procédure
Restreinte

Lire la suite le l’appel ici

2. Contact

Les offres techniques et financières doivent être soumises au pouvoir adjudicateur au plus tard le 26/04/2024 à 17h00. Elles doivent être soumises par courrier électronique aux adresses mail suivantes :

Mme Mery Yaou, – Directrice de l’Environnement, AND du Togo, Ministère de l’Environnement et des Ressources Forestières – ymery69@yahoo.fr

Mr. Jean-Pierre Elong-Mbassi, – Secrétaire Général, CGLU Afrique – elongmbassi@uclga.org

Mr. Nbou Mohamed, Conseiller Spécial climat, Biodiversité et Système Alimentaire – m.nbou@uclga.org

Mme Soumia Benlebsir, Chargée de mission, Département Climat, Biodiversité et Système Alimentaire – sbenlebsir@uclga.org

(RELANCE DE L’APPEL) Consultation en vue d’un Contrat de Services dans chacun des 8 pays retenus dans le cadre du projet Readiness UEMOA





Avis de consultation pour le recrutement d’un Consultant pour la réalisation d’une analyse de vulnérabilité aux risques climatiques et de capacité sensible au genre dans chacun des 8 pays retenus dans le cadre du projet Readiness UEMOA

1. Informations de base
Département émetteur de la consultation
Point focal du Fonds Vert Climat (Autorités Nationales Désignées – AND)

Procédure
Restreinte

Lieu d’exécution de la prestation

LE BENIN : Lire l’Avis de consultation ici

LE MALI : Lire l’Avis de consultation ici

LE SENEGAL : Lire l’Avis de consultation ici

LA COTE D’IVOIRE : Lire l’Avis de consultation ici

LE BURKINA FASO : Lire l’Avis de consultation ici

LE TOGO : Lire l’Avis de consultation ici

LA GUINEE BISSAU : Lire l’Avis de consultation ici

Durée de la consultation :
40 jours repartis sur 3 mois de Juin à Aôut 2024

NB : Les offres techniques et financières doivent être soumises au pouvoir adjudicateur au plus tard le 26/04/2024 à 17h00. Elles doivent être soumises par courrier électronique aux adresses mail suivantes :

Mme Mery Yaou, – Directrice de l’Environnement, AND du Togo, Ministère de l’Environnement et des Ressources Forestières – ymery69@yahoo.fr

Mr. Jean-Pierre Elong-Mbassi, – Secrétaire Général, CGLU Afrique – elongmbassi@uclga.org

Mr. Nbou Mohamed, Conseiller Spécial climat, Biodiversité et Système Alimentaire – m.nbou@uclga.org

Mme Soumia Benlebsir, Chargée de mission, Département Climat, Biodiversité et Système Alimentaire – sbenlebsir@uclga.org

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS – Senior Climate Finance Consultant – (TERMS OF REFERENCES)









I. Background:

The year 2023 will be a crucial year for the implementation of the Paris Agreement provisions and will be marked by many important milestones that will shape climate future such as the Global Goal on Adaptation (GGA), the Global Stocktake (GST), the New Collective Quantified Finance Goal (NCQG)… with an expected ambitious outcomes for the Twenty-Eighth Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Conference on Climate Change (COP28) and its implementing instruments (Kyoto Protocol & Paris Agreement), in particular for Africa.

Several bodies and forums will deal formally and informally with these important topics and AAI needs to get fully involved and impactful in order to ensure appropriate conduct and implementation of its Work Plan for the benefits of all its African members. Among these bodies, AAI have to secure adequate participation for COP28, GCF board meetings and workshops, SCF and Adaptation Fund meetings and activities…

II. Objective:

COP28 preparation and work will need continuous experts and advisory supports for the full year 2022. This will concern strategic, organizational and technical advices by a senior consultant.

From strategic perspective, the selected expert needs to continuously provide advice and make proposals on the wished African COP28 outcomes, including on adaptation and finance, the GGA, GST, NCQG, Doubling adaptation finance, GCF, AF, SCF…

From organizational side, and building on at least fifteen years of experience, the expert must provide guidance and make suggestions on the most appropriate way Africa, AGN and COP processes need to be organized and be as successful as COP28 must be, as well as GCF participation and outcomes in support to AGN GCF board members/alternates.

On climate technical and substantial negotiations, the senior consultant needs to provide support and advise for GCF, SCF, AF, SBs, COP and preparatory meetings, including on Pre-COP if any, preparation and work, on:

– Act as GCF Primary Adviser

– follow AF and SCF meetings and activities

– COP Adviser on Adaptation, Climate Finance and Strategic related matters

– Support knowledge (SOAR & CCXG) (Climate finance and Adaptation)

– Capacity building activities related to Adaptation and Climate Finance

– any other activities deemed necessary by the AAI TSU Coordinator

III. Activities to be undertaken include:

Written summary progress reports of the meetings and sessions including outcomes of recommendations. Briefing documents and articles under the UNFCCC process and GCF as needed and requested. Preparation of technical reports and briefing notes on the key aspects of the ongoing GCF activities and UNFCCC negotiations.

Advisory role on strategy of engagement on the different elements in the negotiations on adaptation and climate finance, as well as for the different bodies such as SCF, AF, GCF…. Provide assessment of linkages between the different elements of the processes. Provide analysis and updates on key international developments impacting the climate negotiations, GCF and climate finance issues. Advisory role on the strategy of engagement, analysis and update on Africa adaptation and climate finance issues. Provide inputs related to work undertaken in the UNFCCC Negotiations and technical advisers in particular work related to policy and strategic approach to the negotiations on adaptation and climate finance. Advice on the updated African Common positions on Adaptation and Climate Finance. Advisory roll to African board member on Green Climate Fund (GCF), Standing Committee on Finance (SCF) and Adaptation Fund Board (AFB), pending availability of support for in-person participation. Participation to different forums such as CCXG (OECD), UNECA, AMCEN….

Outputs & Deliverables:

· Progress reports on the key outcomes of areas of work and support provided to the AAI Coordinator

· Preparation of technical reports and briefing notes for the AAI Coordinator on the key aspects of UNFCCC/PA negotiations, GCF, SCF, AF as requested and appropriate

IV. Outcomes

Contributing to an ambitious negotiations outcomes and adequate results for Africa by supporting the AAI, AGN and GCF work plan (implementation) as well as towards COP28.

IV. Budget

The budget for this work is EUR 35,000 excluding travel budget, covering 100 working days (over a period of twelve months) for a rate of 350 US$/day.

Should the need arise support will be provided to the consultant for the duration of the contract for travel budget with DSA and e-ticket. The consultant must request approval in advance for these expenses.

V. Payment schedule

Payments will be made according to the payment schedule set out below:

· Monthly invoice payment

The stated budget is for professional fees and does not include travel expenses and expenses related to participation to COP, meetings…

CV and cover letter to Mr. Youssef Tanarhte, Administrative and Financial Director ytanarhte@uclga.org with copy to:
– Ms. Iyamma PABA SALE, Human Resources Officer of UCLG Africa: iyamma.p@uclga.org;
– Ms. Soumia Benlebsir, Project Manager, Climate, Biodiversity and Food System Department,sbenlebsir@uclga.org;
– Mr. Roland Georges AMEHOU, Africa Adaptation Initiative (AAI): ramehou@uclga.org

Before thursday, September 28, 2023.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS – Communication and Knowledge Management Specialist (Individual Medium-Term Consultant) – (TERMS OF REFERENCE)





I. BACKGROUND

Africa Adaptation Initiative (AAI) aims to strengthen collaboration on adaptation across the continent through high-level pan-African and regional dialogues, adaptation action on the ground, and addressing the adaptation financing gap. It is designed as the initiative for Africa driven by Africa. Open Society Foundation (OSF) is supporting AAI to work on educating the public in selected African countries about climate adaptation actions to reduce climate vulnerability. AAI provides expertise to ensure a smooth implementation of the objective of OSF grant.

Within this context, AAI is seeking to engage an individual consultant for provision of communication and knowledge management services.

II. OBJECTIVE OF THE ASSIGNMENT

Responsible for the management of a AA’Is brand, including designing and maintaining a brand image and directing the design and execution of advertising strategies to ensure they comply with the brand image. Oversee marketing campaigns, design them and monitor their progress.

III. BRAND MANAGEMENT

– Managing and leading AAI’s brand development and marketing ;

– Initiating, budget, schedule and signing off on projects and ensure they stay on brand ;

– Developing project ideas and short- and long-term objectives and ensure their successful execution ;

– Ensuring all marketing communications align with the company’s brand image and that the brand’s message is consistent across all outlets ;

– Building and maintaining relationships with brand aligned influential and key figures such as AAI’s brand ambassadors and influencers ;

– Ensuring the brand’s success and individual marketing campaigns ;

– Define key performance indicators (KPIs) and measure the progress of campaigns against them using various analysis techniques ;

– Analyse and evaluate the performance of campaigns ;

– Identify marketing/communication opportunities and then use the insights they gather to inform AAI’s communication strategies ; and

– Produce reports that indicate the results.

IV. DEFINE AND DESIGN AAI’S BRAND BRAND GUIDELINES

– The AAI Logo, and its variations and usage restrictions ;

– Colour palette and specifications ;

– Usage of the logo on publications ;

– Typography ;

– Digital Iconography ;

– Picture usage Specifications ;

– Review the existing physical and digital stationery, documents, presentations and reports, to be if need be redesigned to the new brand standards ;

– AAI Boilerplate Text ( paragraph description should be included in media advisories, press releases and publications ) ;

– Social Media platforms template design ;

– Representation on physical stands ; and

– Promotional Items specs and design.

V. DEFINE AND DESIGN AAI BRAND DIGITAL STYLE GUIDE AND DIGITAL TOOLS

For AAI website and mobile design, consistent with the guidelines

– Design the user experience (UX) ;

– Design the user interface (UI) ; and

– Website redesign.

VI. DEFINE, DESIGN AND IMPLEMENT AAI BRAND AND MARKETING STRATEGY

VII. DESIGN AND OVERSEE THE EXECUTION OF AAI’S BRAND STRATEGIES. OVERSEEING THE CREATION- OF ALL DIGITAL FORMS OF MARKETING AND ENSURING THEY ALIGN WITH THE BRAND IMAGE AND COMPLY WITH THE BRAND STRATEGY

– Define The Role of AAI as a brand ;

– Define the global vision of AAI as a brand, present and future ;

– Articulate the Tone of voice and AAI’s brand behaviour ;

– Map the “battlefield”, research thoroughly the “competition”’s environment ;

– Define the Message/Storytelling framework ;

– Define the campaigns to be conducted ;

– Design the digital campaigns framework ; and

– Implement the campaigns.

VIII. DURATION OF THE ASSIGNMENT

The initial duration of the assignment is hundred (100) days over a periof of twelve months, starting on 1st August 2023, with a possibility of extension.

CV and cover letter to Mr. Youssef Tanarhte, Administrative and Financial Director ytanarhte@uclga.org with copy to:
– Ms. Iyamma PABA SALE, Human Resources Officer of UCLG Africa: iyamma.p@uclga.org;
– Ms. Soumia Benlebsir, Project Manager, Climate, Biodiversity and Food System Department,sbenlebsir@uclga.org;
– Mr. Roland Georges AMEHOU, Africa Adaptation Initiative (AAI): ramehou@uclga.org

Before Thursday, September 28, 2023.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS – Translator and Interpreter (Individual Long-Term Consultant) – (TERMS OF REFERENCE)








1 Background

Africa Adaptation Initiative (AAI) aims to strengthen collaboration on adaptation across the continent through high-level pan-African and regional dialogues, adaptation action on the ground, and addressing the adaptation financing gap. It is designed as the initiative for Africa driven by Africa. Open Society Foundation (OSF) is supporting AAI to work on educating the public in selected African countries about climate adaptation actions to reduce climate vulnerability. AAI provides expertise to ensure a smooth implementation of the objective of OSF grant.

Within this context, AAI is seeking to engage an individual consultant for provision of professional translation and interpretation services on an as-needed basis.

2 Objective of the assignment

This short-term contract provides for the necessary English/French translation and interpreting services.

3 Activities & Deliverables

The duties and responsibilities of the Contractor are set out below:

3.1 Translation Services (English to French, French to English)

– Produce 100% accurate translation of various documents, speeches, talking points, presentations, brochures, fact sheets, reports, website content, press releases, etc. for the AAI events (workshops, trainings, conferences, etc.) and meetings (technical working groups meetings, meetings between international adaptation experts and local counterparts, etc).;

– Use the appropriate terminology considering the style and nuances of the original text. Areas frequently covered by such documents include cultural heritage, art, history, conservation/restoration, educational material, peace and confidence building, architectural texts, technical texts, environment, legal, PR and Business texts, etc.;

– Quality check and proofreading of translation ensuring no typographical errors in the final text;

– Ensure timely delivery of translated materials; and

– Deliver the translated documents as requested by AAI.

3.2 Consecutive Interpretation Services (English to French, French to English)

– Provide consecutive interpretation during AAI events (workshops, trainings, conferences, etc.) and meetings (technical working groups meetings, meetings between international adaptation experts and local counterparts, etc).

3.3 Simultaneous Interpretation Services ((English to French, French to English)

– Provide simultaneous interpretation during during AAI events (workshops, trainings, conferences, etc.) and meetings (technical working groups meetings, meetings between international adaptation experts and local counterparts, etc);

– Review and edit texts written in English and French;

– Assure texts are technically, linguistically and grammatically correct and consistent in terms of completion and terminology usage;

– Assure that texts meet high quality standards, are error free and will not need further editing after completion of translation; and

4 Duration period

The assignment will last for two months starting on 1st August 2023.

5 Budget

The total budget for this work is USD 10 000

The Contractor will be paid

· USD 5 000 at the end of the first month; and

· USD 5 000 at the end of the second month.

The total Translation and Interpretation will amount to USD 10 000

CV and cover letter to Mr. Youssef Tanarhte, Administrative and Financial Director ytanarhte@uclga.org with copy to:
– Ms. Iyamma PABA SALE, Human Resources Officer of UCLG Africa: iyamma.p@uclga.org;
– Ms. Soumia Benlebsir, Project Manager, Climate, Biodiversity and Food System Department,sbenlebsir@uclga.org;
– Mr. Roland Georges AMEHOU, Africa Adaptation Initiative (AAI): ramehou@uclga.org

Before Thursday, September 28, 2023.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS – Senior Adaptation Officer (Individual Medium-Term Consultant) – (TERMS OF REFERENCE)







1. Background

Africa Adaptation Initiative (AAI) aims to strengthen collaboration on adaptation across the continent through high-level pan-African and regional dialogues, adaptation action on the ground, and addressing the adaptation financing gap. It is designed as the initiative for Africa driven by Africa. Open Society Foundation (OSF) is supporting AAI to work on educating the public in selected African countries about climate adaptation actions to reduce climate vulnerability. AAI provides expertise to ensure a smooth implementation of the objective of OSF grant.

Within this context, AAI is seeking to engage an individual consultant to provide services as senior adaptation Officer.

2. Description of Role:

The Senior Adaptation Officer will be responsible for providing strategic guidance, technical expertise, and operational management to support the Africa Adaptation Initiative’s Technical Support Unit (AAI-TSU) in Cairo.

3. Reporting:

The Senior Adaptation Officer will report directly to the AAI Coordinator and will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the unit. The primary objective is to ensure effective implementation of the AAI projects and partner engagement, providing technical support, and building capacity within the initiative and its partners.

4. Key roles and responsibilities

i. Focal point of Decent Lives for Africa

– Liaison with the Egyptian Ministry of planning, the United Cities and Local Governments North Africa Regional Office (UCLG-NARO) and Sustainable Solutions for Africa (SSA) on the implementation of the prototype and pilot phase of Decent Life for Africa

– Map actors, build and foster partnerships for the scaling-up of decent lives in Africa across four countries.

– Coordinate with government agencies, research institutions, and international partners to mobilize resources, exchange knowledge, and promote collaboration for rolling-out Decent Lives for Africa across geographies in line with AAI 5-year strategic workplan.

– Prepare and present reports, proposals, and recommendations to the AAI coordinator, AAI Champion, AAI Streeting Committee and external stakeholders on the progress, achievements, and challenges in implementing Decent Lives for Africa

– Identify funding opportunities and assist in the preparation of project proposals and grant applications for climate change adaptation projects

– Conduct consultations and coordinate inputs from relevant stakeholders, including experts, partners, and beneficiaries, to integrate diverse perspectives and ensure project proposals are comprehensive and inclusive.

– Collaborate with the organization’s team to conceptualize project ideas and design innovative and effective climate change adaptation interventions.

– Support mobilization Conduct thorough research and analysis of funding opportunities related to climate change adaptation projects, including grants, calls for proposals, and donor priorities.

ii. Support knowledge management and UNFCCC Policy Interface

– Support the preparation of the AAI- Africa State of Adaptation Report (SOAR) through gathering and provision of information on progress in the implementation of Decent Lives for Africa

– Inform AAI implementation of the 5-year strategic workplan by identifying trends, priorities and needs of African countries from NDCs, UNFCCC constituted body publications, and syntheses of party communications and reports.

– Support the operationalization of the Global Goal on Adaptation, and the technical and political phases of the Global stocktake including through provision on technical inputs to the African Group of Negotiators on Climate Change

– Support embedding the outcomes of the UNFCCC on the Adaptation including the Global goal on Adaptation, Finance including the NCQG, and GST outcomes on enhancing action and support into the AAI 5-year strategic workplan.

– Document best practices, successes, challenges, gaps and lessons learned from projects and initiatives within the AAI

5. Duration of contract

The initial duration of the assignment is hundred (100) days over a periof of twelve months, starting on 1st August 2023, with a possibility of extension.

6. Budget:

The budget for this work is EUR 35,000 excluding travel budget, covering 100 working days for a rate of 350 US$/day.

Should the need arise support will be provided to the consultant for the duration of the contract for travel budget with DSA and e-ticket. The consultant must request approval in advance for these expenses.

7. Payment schedule:

Payments will be made on a monthly basis.

CV and cover letter to Mr. Youssef Tanarhte, Administrative and Financial Director ytanarhte@uclga.org with copy to:
– Ms. Iyamma PABA SALE, Human Resources Officer of UCLG Africa: iyamma.p@uclga.org;
– Ms. Soumia Benlebsir, Project Manager, Climate, Biodiversity and Food System Department,sbenlebsir@uclga.org;
– Mr. Roland Georges AMEHOU, Africa Adaptation Initiative (AAI): ramehou@uclga.org

Before Thursday, September 28, 2023.

Call for Expression of interest by City Governments Locally Led Climate risk and Vulnerability risk Assessments in two Cities in Africa

INTRODUCTION

The GCA and UCLG Africa signed a partnership protocol in November 2021, to accelerate adaptation and resilience building measures in African cities. At COP27, the two parties signed an agreement to operationalize the partnership through a resilience financing grant to address the needs identified and expressed by mayors, local governments and citizens; and to strengthen and accelerate multi-level governance for adaptation and resilience building in African cities. The activities agreed upon under this grant are in line with UCLG Africa’s strategic objectives and are fully aligned with the African Adaptation Acceleration Program jointly led by the AfDB and GCA.

United Cities and Local Governments of Africa (UCLG Africa) is seeking expressions of interest from its members to participate in this process of assessing climate risks and vulnerabilities to climate change. It should be noted that initially, two pilot cities will be selected according to a multi-criteria evaluation carried out by a committee set up for this purpose.

OVERVIEW & BACKGROUND

Urban areas hold more than half the world’s population and most of its built assets and economic activities, and therefore a high proportion of the population and economic activities most at risk from climate change. Urban climate change-related risks are increasing – including rising sea levels and storm surges, heat stress, extreme precipitation, inland and coastal flooding, landslides, drought, increased aridity, water scarcity, and air pollution – with widespread negative impacts on people’s health, livelihoods, and assets, and on local and national
economies and ecosystems.

The risks are higher in low- and middle-income countries, where the rise in urban populations is accompanied by a rapid growth of highly vulnerable urban communities living in informal settlements, many of which are on land at high risk from extreme weather. On average, 60% of urban residents in Africa live in informal settlements. Their existing vulnerabilities due to the lack of adequate income and assets, infrastructure, basic services, and voice in governance are further exacerbated by climate change-related disasters and stresses. Informal settlements are particularly vulnerable to climate change due to three underlying factors: their physical location, which is often environmentally fragile; the socio-economic characteristics of the residents, including high levels of poverty; and political and institutional marginalization, resulting in the absence of risk-reducing infrastructure and support to cope with shocks. Efforts to address the climate vulnerability of cities in Africa must, therefore, prioritize resilience building of the residents of informal settlements.

Read more here
The closing date for submissions is 18.00 CET, June 09, 2023.

Call of tenders for the selection of a service provider for assistance to UCLG Africa on core app and web server infrastructure security and maintenace

I – NATURE AND PURPOSE OF THE CONTRACT

1.Background
The UCLG Africa is soliciting proposals from qualified service providers to support its websites and online assets by providing infrastructure, maintenance and security update services including renewal of domain names and hosting. For sustainability purposes, the service agreement being solicited will be for a 1-year duration. The websites are currently hosted with various providers. The UCLG Africa staff committed to update the website content through officers with limited experience in front and back end web content management whose capacities will be strengthened through guided learning and targeted support provided under the agreement’s knowledge transfer component over its 1-year duration.

2.Content of the mission
1.The service provider will provide renewal service for domain name and web hosting of the UCLG Africa,
2.The service provider will implement security and maintenance updates as needed (including to CMS, modules and core updates)
3.The service provider will maintain the website’s adaptability (according to devices’ screen size)
4.The service provider will be responsible for ongoing maintenance (inclusive of version updates, security updates, fixes to bugs, and daily backups) of the websites, ensuring that they continue to run smoothly and are protected from security threats.
The following requirements will be applicable to the above:

a.The service provider will provide 24/7 support for emergencies in both French and English (regular support is only expected during regular working hours which will include a 100 hour dedicated support a month)
b.The service provider will be responsible for new integrations, plugins, extensions and/or customizations undertaken during the migration of the website, updating/replacement of plugins, extensions and themes and their maintenance.
c.The service provider will maintain site-wide standard security features (including for forms and logins)
d.The service provider will perform bug fixes in a quick and reliable manner.
e.The service provider will endeavour to transfer knowledge in responding to questions from the UCLG Africa’s content officers and provide targeted coaching sessions (either remotely or in-person).
f.The service provider must have great understanding in API integrations and e-commence environment

3.Title of the contract
Service contract for assistance to UCLG AFRICA on core app and web server infrastructure security and maintenance.

4.Eligible conditions
Only service providers with demonstrated experience , understanding as how local governmenyts works , longevity of operations and technical competencies to provide managed serviced are solicited.
A short list of three service providers will be selected by UCLG Africa.

5.Duration of the contract
The duration of the contract is one year covering the period from the 1st January to the 31 th December 2023.

6.Budget
The budget avalaible for the emplementation of this contract shal not exceed 60 000 EURO.

More information here

Call of Tenders for the selection of a service provider for support and maintenance of integrated information management system (IIMS)

I- NATURE AND PURPOSE OF THE CONTRACT

1.Background
The UCLG Africa is soliciting proposals from qualified service providers to assume responsibility for the Support and Maintenance of Its Integrated Information Management Systems. For sustainability purposes, the service agreement being solicited through this RFQ will be for a 1-year duration. Objective to provide monthly service support and maintenance on the UCLG Africa’s Customised built Integrated Information Management System on Office 365 and SharePoint platform. The UCLG Africa currently has deployed Customised built Integrated Information Management Systems (IIMS) running on MS Office 365, SharePoint and it related APPs.

2.Content of the mission

-The service provider will implement security and maintenance updates as needed (including modules and core updates)
-The service provider will be responsible for ongoing maintenance (inclusive of version updates, security updates, fixes to bugs, licence management of the IIMS, ensuring that they continue to run smoothly and are protected from security threats.
The service provider will provide 24/7 support for emergencies in both French and English (regular support is only expected during regular working hours which will be minimum of 40 hours a month)

3.Title of the contract
Service contract for support and maintenance on Integrated Information Management System IIMS

4.Eligible conditions
Only service providers with demonstrated experience , understanding as how local governmenyts works , longevity of operations and technical competencies to provide managed serviced are solicited.
A short list of three service providers will be selected by UCLG Africa.

5. Duration of the contract
The duration of the contract is one year covering the period from the 15th December 2022 to the 15th December 2023.

6.Budget
The budget avalaible for the emplementation of this contract shall not exceed 60 000 EURO.

More information here