Provision of Mine Risk Education.
UNOPS invites qualified firms to submit Technical and Financial Proposals to provide services associated with the UNOPS requirement for the Provision of Mine Risk Education in East of the Berm Western Sahara, and in Tindouf_Rabbouni, Algeria. A description of the required services is described in section 4, Statement of Work, of this RFP
Over twenty years of conflict have left Western Sahara affected by both landmines and other explosive remnants of war (ERW). This contamination seriously affects the livelihoods of Saharawi nomads living and traveling throughout Western Sahara. While no complete landmine/ERW survey has yet been conducted in the entire expanse of territory, both parties to the conflict in Western Sahara -- the Moroccan Government
and the Frente Polisario -- have provided MINURSO with information regarding suspected hazardous areas in the territory. Information to-date indicates that the areas around the earthen berm running from northeast to southwest (constructed by the Royal Moroccan Army during the conflict) are the most seriously affected.
The MINURSO MACC has identified Four principle objectives for the programme in Western Sahara, in keeping with the UN Inter-Agency Mine Action Strategy 2013-2018: 1) Protection of UN personnel, refugee, returnee and local populations from the threat of mines and ERW 2) Strengthen and expand existing local capacities to coordinate physical, psycho-social and economic rehabilitation and reintegration of mine/ERW survivors 3) UN personnel, humanitarian actors along with local and refugee populations can access land that was previously contaminated and/or perceived to be contaminated 4) Local capacity is improved to address mine/ERW threats on both sides of the berm.
Scope of Work
The Contractor is expected to perform the following services:
A. Mine Risk Education (MRE) - The contract will be limited to services in the eastern part of the territory of Western Sahara which includes those areas of Western Sahara to the east of the berm that divides the territory from north to south. Within the scope of this agreement, the capacity fielded by the contractor in Western Sahara shall consist of a MRE capacity consisting of five (5)MRE teams. Each team/component must be able to function as a stand-alone entity, however,sharing of assets may be required if they are split into smaller entities.B. Capacity Development The contractor shall also assist in the capacity development of the local NGO/partner, including but not limited to the development, of the MRE technical standards, MRE messaging development, internal quality assurance and the development of office management procedures.
C. Review and provide training on current IMSMA data forms to ensure MRE data is collected in a single format. With all historical data to be reviewed to ensure it has been captured in IMSMA.
Major organization : UNITED NATIONS OFFICE FOR PROJECT SERVICES (UNOPS)
Address : Marmorvej 51
P.O. Box 2695
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Url : http://
Tender notice number : 96123_RFP_ESH_MRE in E of Berm WS and Tindouf_Rabbouni Algeria_15_03
Notice type : Tender Notice
Open date : 2015-11-30
Tender documents : T30351037.pdf , A30351037.xlsx
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