UNDP Expression of Interest (EOI)
Ref. UNDPSO/EOI/2012/002/ GROL Programme- Access to Justice Project
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Somalia would like to invite registered Local and International Non Governmental Organizations (LNGOs) and National Institutions (CBOs, CSOs, Training Institutions, Research Institutions, Community Management Committees, Consultancy Firms, and related institutions) to submit their Expression of Interest (EOI) in the implementation of the Access to Justice project of Governance and Rule of Law (GROL) in all regions of Somalia.
The UNDP GROL Programme intends to build confidence, stability and security through the involvement of state actors in partnership with the community in order to reduce and prevent armed violence, create favorable conditions for recovery and development. UNDP recognizes the importance to actively involving the Community to work in partnership with local authorities to improve security. Maximizing engagement with communities will ensure continuity and ownership, creating a balance between institution building and community/civil society empowerment.
The selected institutions will be expected to provide the following services;
Interested institutions/NGOs need to fulfil the following eligibility requirements for consideration:
The expression of interest and documentation required must be received on or before 12.00 Hrs (Local Time) on Thursday, 7 th June 2012;
FOR HAND DELIVERIES –
Please deliver in a sealed envelope clearly marked; “REFERENCE: “UNDPSO/EOI/2012/002/GROL Programme- Access to Justice Project (name of region/s), Somalia” to one of the following offices:
FOR E-MAIL – Please e-mail your Expression of Interest to email@example.com with “UNDPSO/EOI/2012/002/GROL Programme- Access to Justice Project (name of region/s), Somalia” as the subject of the email.
EOI’s from NGO’s failing to provide the requested information will be disregarded. This EOI will form the basis for a pre-qualified short-list of Local Non Governmental Organizations (LNGOs) and Somali National Institutions (CBOs, CSOs, Training Institutions, Research Institutions, Community Management Committees, Consultancy Firms, and related institutions) in Somalia. The next process will be conducted in accordance with the procedure set out in the UNDP Programme and Procurement Guidelines and UNDP Financial Rules and Regulations.
This EOI does not entail any commitment on the part of UNDP, either financial or otherwise. UNDP reserves the right to accept or reject any or all EOI without incurring any obligation to inform the affected applicant/s of the grounds.
If further information is required please contact below address:
Contact Person: Kevin Kibubi
Telephone / Fax: +254 4255000