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Deutsche Gesellschaft F rinternationale Zusammenarbeit giz Gmbh Tender


Timor Leste

Supply Of Pruning And Planting Tools - Timor Leste

Opening Date

02 Apr 2021

Closing Date

16 Apr 2021

Tender Amount

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Ministry of Public Works Transport and Communication Tender


Timor Leste

Timor-leste Branch Roads Project

Opening Date

31 Mar 2021

Closing Date

29 Jun 2021

Tender Amount

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Ministry of Education Youth and Sport Tender


Timor Leste

Genaral Procurment Notice For Basic Education Strengthening And Tranformation (best) Project Project Id P166744

Opening Date

16 Nov 2020

Closing Date

-

Tender Amount

NA

United Nations Development Programme - UNDP Tender


Timor Leste

Social And Environmental Safeguard Specialist (national Consultant)

Opening Date

29 Mar 2021

Closing Date

12 Apr 2021

Tender Amount

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Ministry of Public Works Transport and Communication Tender


Timor Leste

General Procurement Notice Democratic Republic Of Timor-lestetimor-leste Branch Roads Projectroad Sectorgeneral Procurement Noticeloan No. : Ida Credit 64880project Id No. P 155203 The Government Of Timor-leste (gotl) Has Received Financing In The Amount Of Us$ 59,000,000.00 From The World Bank Toward The Cost Of The Timor-leste Branch Road Project, And It Intends To Apply Part Of The Proceeds To Payments For Goods, Works, Non-consulting Services And Consulting Services To Be Procured Under This Project. An Amount Of Us$ 11,810,000.00 Will Be Financed By The Gotl As Part Of Counterpart Financing For The Project.the Project Will Include The Following Components:component 1: Gleno – Maubisse Corridor Upgrading And Road Safety Improvements. This Component Consists Of The Civil Works Activities To Be Undertaken On The Gleno-maubisse Corridor And The Road Safety Activities On The Rest Of The Network. This Project Component Spilt To 2 Subcomponents;sub-component 1.1: Gleno–letefoho And Letefoho–hatubuilico Junction Roads Sections Upgrading. This Component Would Upgrade The Gleno–letefoho (25.8 Km) And Letefoho–hatubuilico Junction (18.5 Km) Road Sections Of The Gleno–maubisse Corridor (66.1 Km) To National Roads Standards, And Will Provide For Maintenance Of The Roads Sections For Two Years After The Defect Liability Period. The Designs Will Incorporate Climate Resilience Considerations, Considering: (i) Pavement Upgrading With Selective Widening To Bring The Project Roads To National Standards; (ii) Improvement Of Drainage Structures To Meet Forecasted Rainfall Volumes And Intensities; And, (iii) Construction Or Reinforcement Of Slope Stabilization Structures, Including Installation Of Bioengineering And Other Slope Stabilization Measures. This Sub-component Will Finance The Upgrading Works And Related Supervision Consultancy, The Updating Of The Gleno–letefoho Engineering Design And Safeguards Documents, And Maintenance For Three Years Of The Project Roads, As Well As The Upgrading Of The Gleno–letefoho Section According To The Revised Engineering Design.sub-component 1.2: Road Safety Improvements On National Roads. This Sub-component Will Cover Civil Works And/or Goods To Address Road Safety Issues On Roads Other Than On The Gleno–maubisse Corridor Roads, Such As Road Signage And Pavement Markings Or Black Spot Improvements, Subject To A Prioritization Exercise. The Project Will Support Gotl In Identifying The Locations Of The Road Safety Interventions And Will Confirm The Scope Of Sub-component 1.2 During Implementation With Support Of A Road Safety Advisor Hired Under The Project.under This Project Component, The Government Will Require The International Open Procurement For Road Safety Improvements On Dili – Ainaro Road And Other Roads Nearby.component 2: Institutional Strengthening And Project Management. This Component Aims At Helping Strengthening Capabilities Within Mpw And Drbfc On Issues Related To Road Assets Management, Road Safety And Road Maintenance. This Component Is Split Into Three Sub-components;the Sub Component 2.1 Will Cover The Technical Assistance Activities Include: (i) Data Collection On Road Inventory, Traffic And Condition On National And District Roads (about 2,240 Km) To Update The Road Asset Management System Network Data For Supporting Monitoring, Planning And Programing Of Road Works; (ii) Piloting Of Multi-year Performance-based Maintenance Contracts On National Roads Through Contractors Using Community-based Groups With Female Participation, Including Strengthening Supervision Activities Done By Drbfc; (iii) Road Safety Capacity Building Program Within Mpw Through The Hiring Of A Road Safety Advisor To Drbfc; (iv) Geotechnical Capacity Building Program Within Mpw Through The Hiring Of A Geotechnical Advisor To Drbfc, And (v) Training Activities For Mpw And Related Entities Staff.subcomponent 2.2. Will Finance Feasibility/technical Studies And Designs Required For The Preparation Of Potential Future Investments In The Road Sector (about 40 Km). The Provision Of Consultant Services Through International Open Is Expected For The Procurement Of The Following Road Link: (i) Hatubuilico Jct To Sanctuarium (±4.5 Km); (ii) Humboe Jct. To Ermera/old Town (± 5.5 Km); And (iii) Ainaro (end Of Lot 5) To Suai/zumalai (±24 Km).sub-component 2.3: Project Support Contingency. This Sub-component Will Finance Operational Costs Associated With Implementation Of The Project, Funding Pmu Staff And Operating Costs, If Needed, As Well As Gender-based Violence (gbv) And Sexual Exploitation And Abuse (sea) Prevention Measures, And Goods Needed By The Project. It Also Includes Yearly Audits Of The Project Accounts That Mpw Will Submit To The World Bank.component 3: Contingent Emergency Response. Since Timor-leste Will Remain Vulnerable To Climate Change And Severe Weather Events, Even With The Successful Implementation Of The First Two Components, Supporting Post-disaster Recovery Is An Important Feature Of The Project. This Zero-dollar Component Is Designed To Provide Swift Response In The Event Of An Eligible Crisis Or Emergency, By Enabling Gotl To Request The World Bank To Reallocate Project Funds To Support Emergency Response And Reconstruction.procurement Of Contracts Financed By The World Bank Will Be Conducted Through The Procedures As Specified In The World Bank’s Procurement Regulations For Ipf Borrowers (july 2016 Revised In November 2017 And August 2018) (procurement Regulations), And Is Open To All Eligible Firms And Individuals As Defined In The Procurement Regulations. The World Bank Shall Arrange The Publication On Its External Website Of The Agreed Initial Procurement Plan And All Subsequent Updates Once It Has Provided A No Objection.specific Procurement Notices For Contracts Subject To Open International Competitive Procurement Will Be Announced, As They Become Available, In Un Development Business Online, On The World Bank’s External Website And Www.mof.gov.tl And Various Newspaper Of National Circulation In Timor-leste And Official Gazette.interested Eligible Firms And Individuals Who Would Wish To Be Considered For The Provision Of Goods, Works, Non-consulting Services And Consulting Services For The Above Mentioned Project, Or Those Requiring Additional Information, Should Contact The Project Implementing Agency At The Address Below: Project Management Unit, Ministry Of Public Workssidonio Trindade Da Costa Freitas, Project Managerav. Nicolau Lobato, Mandarin, Dili, Timor-leste+670 3310062/ +670 3310422pmu_tlrcrp@yahoo.com

Opening Date

29 Mar 2021

Closing Date

-

Tender Amount

NA
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