Vergabe: 01.02.2022 – Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH – 22359 Hamburg – Beratungsdienste im Bereich Wirtschaftsförderung

Information
AUSSCHREIBUNG
Auftragsbekanntmachung:2022/S 027-069569
Erfüllungsort:
PLZ Erfüllungsort:10000
Objekt:
Nutscode Erfüllungsort:
Auftragsvergabe:01.02.2022
Projektstart:
Ausschreibungsweiteeuropaweit
Art des Auftrags:Dienstleistungen
CPV Kategorie:V-79411100 Beratungsdienste im Bereich Wirtschaftsförderung
Anzahl Angebote:4
Auftragswert:1674029.00 EUR

Ausschreibungsdaten

Hier gelangen Sie - sofern noch verfügbar - zu den Originalausschreibungsdaten.

Schlagwörter:

Beratung | Institut | Gewässer | Fördermittel |
Auftraggeber
Auftraggeber:Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
Straße:Dag-Hammarskjöld-Weg 1 - 5
PLZ:65760
Nutscode:DE71A - MAIN-TAUNUS-KREIS
Ort:Eschborn
Land:DE
Kontakt:Leinemann Partner Rechtsanwälte mbB
Email:giz@leinemann-partner.de
Telefon:+49 6974093873

Website Auftraggeber

Hier gelangen Sie zur Website des Auftraggebers.

alle Aufträge dieses Auftraggebers

Erfahren Sie mehr über alle Aufträge dieses Auftraggebers

Auftragnehmer
Auftragnehmer:GFA Consulting Group GmbH
Straße:Eulenkrugstraße 82
PLZ:22359
Nutscode:DE600 - HAMBURG
Ort:Hamburg
Kontakt:
Email:info@gfa-group.de
Telefon:

Website Auftragnehmer

Hier gelangen Sie zur Website des Auftragnehmers

alle Aufträge dieses Auftragnehmer

Schauen Sie sich alle Aufträge dieses Auftragnehmers an.

Zusammenfassung der Originalausschreibung

Auszug aus der Bekanntmachung über vergebene Aufträge

1. Umfang der Beschaffung

1.1 Bezeichnung des Auftrags
81269730-Climate-Sensitive Innovations in Land Management (CLM)

1.2 CPV Code Hauptteil
73000000

1.3 Art des Auftrags
Dienstleistungen

1.4 Kurze Beschreibung

2. Beschreibung

2.1 Bezeichnung des Auftrags
Auftragsvergabe GFA Consulting Group GmbH

2.2 Weitere(r) CPV-Code(s)
79411100

2.3 Erfüllungsort
00000 Äthiopien
Los Nutscode
ET

2.4 Beschreibung der Beschaffung
The planned consultancy service is expected to contribute to the achievement of output 3 of the CLM project which aims at developing a scalable model for a climate-sensitive landscape approach in the lake Chamo catchment area in Southern Ethiopia.
The consultancy service and work will focus on shaping a holistic, cross-sectoral landscape approach which is envisioned to enhance the participation of local communities, strengthen their ownership and eventually increase their measurable benefits from land rehabilitation. As an overarching objective, the consultants services should contribute to improving rural communities livelihood opportunities and enhance overall sustainability of productive natural resource management (NRM) activities.
The consulting firm is expected to deliver targeted training services to the extension workers and community leaders on selected topics related to participatory land use and watershed development planning (PLUP). Critical support is to be provided to a total of 70 communities in their efforts to prepare and submit their participatory land use and watershed (WS) development plans. Furthermore, the contractor is tasked with advising at least 10 communities in adapting innovative approaches to protecting lake Chamos catchment areas.
To this effect, the contractor is required to deploy experienced technical experts in areas ranging from sustainable farming, NRM, and PLUP, to agricultural value chain development and organisational development as well as social and gender studies. Stationed in Arba Minch, frequent travel to the intervention areas is expected of the expert to properly guide community-based extension workers and authorities in successfully preparing said participatory resource use, management and development plans.
Details of the required work and service from the planned consultancy under this contract are described below:
Assessments, analytical and concept development
The services under this work package consist of analysing and documenting the environmental and socio-economic conditions of the intervention area and assist in developing criteria for identifying priority intervention areas. Furthermore, the consultant is tasked with supporting the development of an innovative incentive system to ensure the participation of the concerned local communities as well as advising on the quality and feasibility (e.g. means of enforcement) of related community agreements. This is to be summarized in a validated 10-year perspective concept paper and a 3-year implementation road map, taking into account a viable exit strategy from the very inception of the project.
Moreover, the updating of the output monitoring and evaluation system in line with GIZ requirements are among the mandatory services to be rendered by the consultant.
Training and workshops
Based on identified needs, the consultant is expected to conduct awareness-raising activities and consultation workshops that will ensure support and commitment among concerned communities in the intervention area.
Further capacity building measures by the contractor include, but are not restricted to, training services to extension workers, community mobilisation and technical support to establish, manage and strengthen Watershed User Associations, as well as advise on community-based WS development plans and clustering to achieve economies of scale.
Coaching, on-the-job training, sensitisation and follow-up
Services under this work package focus on closely accompanying and assisting in the preparation and implementation of the catchment communities development and management plans (incl. both annual and multi-year WS development and land use plans for a cluster of micro-watersheds). Furthermore, the consultant is expected to provide guidance and technical assistance in creating market linkages for selected value chains that create new livelihood opportunities while also respecting the catchment areas environmental needs for climate change sensitivity.
As part of the on the job training, the consultant is also expected tol support the SLM implementing partners at zone and district level during the documentation and analysis of biophysical as well as socio-economic conditions in the intervention areas.
Cooperation and knowledge management
Services under this work package comprise the establishment of functional, multi-stakeholder coordination platform on local, zonal and catchment area level. This platform is to be composed of representatives of the Ministry of Agriculture, the EFCCC and other relevant institutions that cover both the public and private sector. Under the guidance of GIZ, the consultant is thus expected to support the cross-sectoral coordination between the various development partners, steering project activities with regional, zonal and woreda administrations and engage relevant members of these institutions throughout the project cycle as deemed necessary.
The company is also required to facilitate knowledge transfer and exchange between SLM actors at local, district, and national level (e.g. by organising knowledge fairs, developing promotional and info materials and proactively building networks through roundtables and frequent communication.)

2.7
Laufzeit des Vertrags, der Rahmenvereinbarung oder des dynamischen Beschaffungssystems

2.9 Angaben zu Optionen
GIZ may optionally commission contract amendments and/or increases based on the criteria in the tender documents to the successful bidder of this tender. For details, please see the special terms and conditions.

2.10 Zusätzliche Angaben
Bekanntmachungs-ID: CXTRYY6YSUC

3. Teilnahmebedingungen