29586-013: NWFP Barani Area Development - Phase II

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Date of First Listing: 21 Mar 2007

Procurement Plans

There are no procurement plans currently available for this project.

Consulting Services

The Project provides 33.5 person-months of international consultants and 844 person-months of domestic consultants. International expertise will be required, as follows: (i) independent BME specialist; (ii) rural microfinance development specialist; and (iii) management specialist support. Domestic consulting services will be required for the following: (i) independent BME; (ii) social sectors support; (iii) gender mainstreaming; (iv) community forestry programming; (v) for link roads, design, engineering, supervision, and environmental impact assessment; (vi) NGO advisory services and capacity building; and (vii) NGO advisory services. The consultants will be procured from three packages through firms for (i), (ii), and (iii) and the two individual consultants for Project Management Advisor and NGO Advisory Consultant will be recruited individually.

All consultant services will be recruited through the Project Liaison Unit under the Planning, Environment and Development Department of NWFP. Interested consulting firms should contact the Project Liaison Unit.

Consulting Services Recruitment Notices (CSRN)

There are no CSRN currently available for this project.


Procurement under the Project will follow the ADB's Guidelines for Procurement under Asian Development Bank Loans. The civil works to be contracted include the district council roads, and a limited number of small building facilities, and multi-village water supply systems. These works lend themselves to local competitive bidding (LCB) as the contracts will be small (less than $1,000,000), scattered over 10 administrative areas, and phased over the Project implementation period. The local capacity to undertake these contracts is adequate and the civil works will be carried out by prequalified contractors through local competitive bidding in accordance with procedures acceptable to ADB. The civil works for community-managed rural infrastructure including micro-irrigation schemes, feeder roads (jeepable tracks), small drinking water and sanitation schemes, and hydels will be carried out generally by the VOs, which will procure materials directly from local suppliers, following procedures acceptable to ADB.

Procurement Notices

There are no procurement notices currently available for this project.

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