Egypt: Capacity Building At Local Level With Establishment Of A Solid Waste Management Unit At Dakahlia Governorate
Project Name: Kitchener Drain De-Pollution - SOLID WASTE
EBRD Project ID: 49416
Client Name: Ministry Of Local Development
ECEPP ID: 13608733
Procurement Exercise Name: Capacity Building at Local Level with Establishment of a Solid Waste Management Unit at Dakahlia Governorate
Procurement Exercise Description: The contract will be building the Capacity at local level with Establishment of a Solid Waste Management Unit at Dakahlia Governorate.
Type of Procurement: Consultancy
Procurement Method: Consultancy Single Stage Open
Business Sector: Municipal and Environmental Infrastructure
Notice Type: Request For Proposals
Publication Date: 23/11/2020 16:08
Issue Date: 24/11/2020 12:00
Closing Date: 24/01/2021 12:00
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Request For Proposals
1. Funding Details
The above named client intends to use part of the proceeds of a loan from/grant administered by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the Bank) towards the cost of the above named contract(s).
Additional financing information:
The contract will be fully funded by the European Union Neighbourhood Investment Programme (EU NIP)
2. Information on the Procurement Exercise
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The type of contract and the procurement method is stated above. A full description of the procurement exercise is available within the documentation and is available free of charge in ECEPP.
The documentation will include such information as: detailed technical and financial requirements; any information on lots; the expected outcome; eligibility and qualification requirements; contract start date; planned contract duration; any response requirements; any other relevant information.
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