REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF FRAME AGREEMENT(s) FOR THE PROVISION OF SURVEYS FOR POST DISTRIBUTION AND OUTCOME MONITORING FOR CASH BASED INTERVENTIONS IN EGYPT

DATE: 27/11/2018

 REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: No. CAI/ RFP/018/2018 FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT

OF FRAME AGREEMENT(s) FOR THE PROVISION OF SURVEYS FOR POST DISTRIBUTION AND OUTCOME MONITORING FOR CASH BASED INTERVENTIONS IN EGYPT 

CLOSING DATE AND TIME: 28/12/2018 – 23:59 hrs CET 

INTRODUCTION TO UNHCR

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees was established on December 14, 1950 by the United Nations General Assembly. The agency is mandated to lead and co-ordinate international action to protect refugees and resolve refugee problems worldwide. Its primary purpose is to safeguard the rights and well-being of refugees to guarantee that they have the right of asylum in another country as well as to identify durable solution for them, like voluntary repatriation in safe and dignified conditions; local integration in the country of asylum or resettlement in another country. It also has a mandate to help stateless people and is also involved in helping internally displaced persons. Internally displaced persons face similar problems to refugees, yet they are on the run in their country of origin. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees therefore also seeks to ensure the protection of displaced persons as well as mitigate the reasons for their displacement.

In more than five decades, the agency has helped tens of millions of people restart their lives. Today, a staff of some 10,900 people in more than 130 countries continues to help about 65 million persons. To help and protect some of the world’s most vulnerable people in so many places and types of environment, UNHCR must purchase goods and services worldwide. For further information on UNHCR, its mandate and operations please see http://www.unhcr.org.

UNHCR cash-based interventions (CBIs) seek to protect refugees by reducing the risks they face and to maintain their capacity to spend. CBIs are a more dignified form of assistance, giving refugees the ability to immediately prioritise and choose what they need. CBIs also directly benefit the local economy and can contribute to peaceful coexistence with host communities.

  1. REQUIREMENTS 

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Egypt, invites qualified suppliers and service providers to make a firm proposal for the establishment of Frame Agreement(s) for the provision of financial services for delivering cash based interventions.

 

IMPORTANT:

The Terms of Reference (TORS) are detailed in Annex A of this document

 

  1. DURATION

 

UNHCR may award Frame Agreement(s) with initial duration of 2 (two) years, potentially extendable for a further period of 1 (one) year. The successful bidders will be requested to maintain their quoted price model for the duration of agreement.

Other United Nations Agencies, Funds, Programmes and authorized humanitarian organizations shall be entitled to the same prices and terms as those contained in the proposals of the successful bidders and could form the basis for a Frame Agreement with other UN Agencies.

IMPORTANT:

The initiation of conciliation or arbitral proceedings in accordance with article 19 “settlement of disputes” of the UNHCR General Conditions of Contracts for provision of Goods and Services shall not be deemed to be a “cause” for or otherwise to be in itself a termination clause.

 

It is strongly recommended that this Request for Proposal and its annexes be read thoroughly. Failure to observe the procedures laid out therein may result in disqualification from the evaluation process.

Sub-Contracting: Please take careful note of article 5 of the attached General Terms and Conditions (Annex E).

Note: this document is not construed in any way as a proposal to contract with your firm.


  1. BIDDING INFORMATION:

 

  • RFP DOCUMENTS

 

The following annexes form integral part of this Request for Proposal:

 

Annex A:         Terms of Reference (TORs)

Annex B:         Technical Proposal Form

Annex C:         Financial Proposal Form

Annex D:         Vendor Registration Form

Annex E:         UNHCR General Conditions of Contracts for the Provision of Goods and Services – 2018

Annex F:         Data Protection Agreement

 

3.2       ACKNOWLEDGMENT

 

We would appreciate your informing us of the receipt of this RFP by return e-mail to Mr. Ahmed Dahab, dahab@unhcr.org  as to:

–           Your confirmation of receipt of this RFP

–           Whether or not you will be submitting a bid

 

IMPORTANT:

Failure to send the above requested information may result in disqualification of your proposal from further evaluation.

 

3.3       REQUESTS FOR CLARIFICATION

 Interested suppliers are required to submit any request for clarification or any question in respect of this RFP by e-mail to Mr Ahmed Dahab, Senior Supply Associate at dahab@unhcr.org  Cc Mr Pablo Larrosa, Assoc. Supply Officer at larrosa@unhcr.org .The deadline for receipt of questions is 23:59 hrs CET on 12/12/2018. Interested suppliers are requested to keep all questions concise.

 

UNHCR Tendet PDM surveys 271118 Annex A _ToRS – PDM and Outcome Monitoring – 26.11.18 Annex B – Technical Proposal form Annex C_Financial proposal form Annex D – UNHCR vendor Registration Form June 2018 Annex E EN_General Conditions – Goods and Services Annex F_Data Protection AgreementAnnex F_Data Protection AgreementUNHCR Tender – FA for provision of survey services for PDM and outcome monitoring CBU programmes in Egypt

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