• REQUEST FOR QUOTATION FOR ASSORTED ITEMS- Sanergy

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    Deadline: Tue Aug 27 0:00 CAT 2019
    Published on Thu Aug 22 2019  

    Sanergy is an award-winning social venture that builds healthy, prosperous communities by making safe sanitation accessible and affordable in Africa’s urban informal settlements. Our systems-based approach to solving the sanitation crisis involves 3 critical steps: we build a dense network of high-quality sanitation facilities — Fresh Life Toilets — franchised to residents in the community. We collect the waste regularly and safely remove it from the community. Finally, we convert the waste into valuable agricultural inputs, which we sell to Kenyan farmers.

     Sanergy is seeking quotations for various assorted items.

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  • REQUEST FOR QUOTATION FOR HINO TRUCKS PARTS - Sanergy

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    Deadline: Tue Aug 27 0:00 CAT 2019
    Published on Thu Aug 22 2019  

    Sanergy is an award-winning social venture that builds healthy, prosperous communities by making safe sanitation accessible and affordable in Africa’s urban informal settlements. Our systems-based approach to solving the sanitation crisis involves 3 critical steps: we build a dense network of high-quality sanitation facilities — Fresh Life Toilets — franchised to residents in the community. We collect the waste regularly and safely remove it from the community. Finally, we convert the waste into valuable agricultural inputs, which we sell to Kenyan farmers.

    Sanergy is seeking quotations for HINO 500 & HINO 300 truck parts. 

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  • REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTING SERVICES-(FIRMS SELECTION) CONSULTING SERVICES ON E-VOUCHER DATA COLLECTION, DOCUMENTATION AND ARCHIVING FOR KCEP-CRAL PROGRAMME

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    Deadline: Fri Sep 13 0:00 CAT 2019
    Published on Wed Aug 21 2019  

    The Kenya Cereal Enhancement Programme – Climate Resilient Agricultural Livelihoods Window (KCEP-CRAL) is a partnership between the Government of Kenya, the European Union and the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) including grant resources from the Adaptation of Smallholder Agriculture Programme (ASAP). The Programme is expected to be completed in September 2022. It is implemented by Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Irrigation and supervised by IFAD. The overall goal is to contribute to the reduction of rural poverty and food insecurity of smallholders in the targeted 13 ASAL Counties by developing their economic potential while improving their natural resources management capacity and building resilience to climate change in an increasingly fragile ecosystem.

    Kenya Cereal Enhancement Programme-Climate Resilient Agricultural Livelihoods Window (KCEP-CRAL) invites Expression of Interest (EOI) from eligible and competent consultancy firms or consortium of firms specializing in the areas of systems engineering, statistics/data analytics, information technology and documentation for the assignment as per the Terms of Reference provided.

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  • REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTING SERVICES-(FIRMS SELECTION) TO DEVELOP HOUSEHOLD METHODOLOGIES MANUAL AND CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY FOR KCEP-CRAL PROGRAMME

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    Deadline: Fri Sep 13 0:00 CAT 2019
    Published on Wed Aug 21 2019  

    The Kenya Cereal Enhancement Programme – Climate Resilient Agricultural Livelihoods Programme (KCEP-CRAL) is an expansion of the Kenya Cereal Enhancement Programme (KCEP) to the ASALs. The Programme is a strategic partnership between the Government of Kenya (GoK), European Union (EU) ,International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD and three Rome Based Agencies (RBAs) namely: The World Food Programme (WFP) and Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO). In this partnership, the RBAs build on their comparative advantages to support the Government in graduating farmers from recurrent food insecurity to market-oriented farming, by promotion of Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs), resilience to Climate Change and sustainable Natural Resources Management (NRM)

    The Programme is financed by the European Union (EU), IFAD and the Government of Kenya, beneficiary farmer, Partner Financial Institutions and Private investors and supervised by IFAD. The Financing Agreement was signed on 26th August 2015, for a duration of seven (7) years with Programme Completion and Finance Closing dates of 30th September 2022 and 31st March 2023 respectively.

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  • Tender For Supply, Delivery And Installation Of Geographic Information System / Remote Sens- ing (GIS/RS) Equipment For Eight Programme Counties-KENYA CEREAL ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMME-CLIMATE RESILIENT AGRICULTURAL LIVELIHOODS WINDOW

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    Deadline: Fri Oct 4 0:00 CAT 2019
    Published on Wed Aug 21 2019  

    The Kenya Cereal Enhancement Programme – Climate Resilient Agricultural Livelihoods Window (KCEP-CRAL) is a partnership between the Government of Kenya, the European Union and the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) including grant resources from the Adaptation of Smallholder Agriculture Programme-ASAP. The Programme is expected to be completed in September 2022. It is implemented by Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Irrigation and supervised by IFAD. The overall goal is to contribute to the reduction of rural poverty and food insecurity of smallholders in the targeted Counties by developing their economic potential while improving their natural resources management capacity and resilience to climate change in an increasingly fragile ecosystem.

    The KCEP-CRAL Programme is implementing activities to enhance Natural Resources Management and build resil-ience of beneficiaries to Climate Change, in order to improve productivity, through Component 1, Subcomponent 1.2. The activities aim at enhancing County Governments’ capacities in planning Natural Resource Management interventions to build resilience, and capacity building beneficiaries in sustainable Natural Resource Management to improve productivity sustainably.

    The Centre for Training and Research in ASAL Development (CETRAD) is one of the Partners implementing activities focusing on setting up Geographical Information System / Remote Sensing (GIS/RS) units and capacity building of County staff in the use of spatial tools for planning on enhanced Natural Resource Management. Through the MOU signed with the Programme, CETRAD shall be responsible in implementing these activities and take lead in setting up the GIS/RS equipment in the Eight (8) Programme Counties i.e. Embu, Tharaka Nithi, Kitui, Machakos, Makueni, Kwale, Kilifi and Taita Taveta.

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  • Request for quotation for samsung inverter AC 24000BTU

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    Deadline: Mon Aug 19 0:00 CAT 2019
    Published on Wed Aug 14 2019  

    AFEX, provides camp construction, catering, management and logistics support to the Oil and Gas, Mining, UN and NGO sectors, in some of the most remote corners of Africa. With headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya, AFEX provides international standard service delivery, combined with 30 years of regional operational experience. The AFEX Team is dedicated to ensuring clients have peace of mind that their projects will run on schedule and to budget, with their personnel being cared for to a high international standard.

    Afex is seeking for quotations samsung Inverter AC 24000BTU

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  • EXPRESSION OF INTEREST – ANDROID TV STBS (STREAMING BOX 2019)

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    Deadline: Tue Aug 13 0:00 CAT 2019
    Published on Fri Aug 2 2019  

    Safaricom has enjoyed rapid growth since her inception largely driven by the innovation and delivery of new and sophisticated services riding on telephony and data services. In line with the strategy to provide innovative home solutions, Safaricom launched the BIGbox in August 2015 offering free-to-air TV content and 4G enabled Internet connectivity. Based on changing market trends, customer feedback and lessons learnt with BIGbox 1.0, the home solutions team developed a BIGbox Version 2.0 dubbed Safaricom GIGAbox and launched this in November 2017.

    The GIGAbox has been instrumental in driving up renewal rates among Fibre customers.

    Fibre customers who buy the GIGAbox have a higher than average renewal rate. This Box also offers our customers in Non-Fibre ready areas, the easiest way to set up a home Wi-Fi.

    Our Home Fibre customers are Modern and enlightened and expect choice, ubiquity, personalization and above all access to anything and everything in the internet world. Due these user expectations, Safaricom is planning to expand its Set Top Box range, to ensure that more Fiber Users have access to great content.

    To this end, Safaricom is seeking to pre-qualify suppliers of requisite STBs who will be able to support this business goal.

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  • REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTING SERVICES-(FIRMS SELECTION) TO UPDATE THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL REVIEW NOTE AND DEVELOP ENVIRONMENT, CLIMATE AND SOCIAL MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR KCEP-CRAL PROGRAMME

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    Deadline: Tue Aug 20 0:00 CAT 2019
    Published on Tue Jul 30 2019  

    The Kenya Cereal Enhancement Programme – Climate Resilient Agricultural Livelihoods Window (KCEP-CRAL) is a partnership between the Government of Kenya, the European Union and the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) including grant resources from the Adaptation of Smallholder Agriculture ProgrammeASAP. The Programme is expected to be completed in September 2022. It is implemented by Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation and supervised by IFAD. The overall goal is to contribute to the reduction of rural poverty and food insecurity of smallholders in the targeted Counties by developing their economic potential while improving their natural resources management capacity and resilience to climate change in an increasingly fragile ecosystem.

    Under the IFAD’s Social, Environmental and Climate Assessment Procedures (SECAP), KCEP-CRAL was classified as Category B program (at the time of design), as the potential negative social and environmental impacts of the Programme were expected to be of low significance and sensitivity. Furthermore, the strong focus on climate resilient investments were intended and expected to have multiple positive impacts on the environment and beneficiary communities' ability to cope with climate change. So, in line with SECAP and Government of Kenya’s Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Conservation of Biological Diversity and Resources, Access to Genetic Resources and Benefit Sharing) Regulations, 2006, an Environmental and Social Review Note (ESRN) was prepared during the design of KCEP-CRAL in 2014. The ESRN was based on information gathered during high-level meetings and field visits to the targeted counties in May and November 2014.

    The Programme is seeking qualified short-term consulting firm(s) to update the ESRN and develop procedures and plans to ensure that the mitigation measures and monitoring requirements approved during the environmental compliance review are carried out during Programme implementation. The successful consulting firm will prepare a comprehensive Environmental, Climate and Social Management Plan (ECSMP), providing detailed preventive actions and/or mitigation measures recommended to eliminate, reduce or mitigate climate risks and the potential adverse environmental and social effects and impacts of the Programme interventions in the targeted Counties by ensuring compliance with both National and County regulations and policies.

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  • Tender For Supply, Delivery, Installation, Testing and Commissioning of Meteorological Equipment for the KCEP-CRAL Programme

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    Deadline: Wed Aug 21 0:00 CAT 2019
    Published on Tue Jul 23 2019  

    The Ministry of Environment and Forestry invites sealed tenders from eligible candidates for the Supply, Delivery testing and commissioning of Meteorological Equipment whose specifications are detailed in the Tender Document. Interested Bidders may bid for any one or all Lots, but may not submit partial bids for any Lot.

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