Request for Proposals

  • July 7, 2021
  • Posted by: ajamah

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (CBIT-REMA/AfFD/01)

International Consultancy Services to Develop Emission Factors for GHG Sectors and National GHG Inventory through a Capacity Building Approach.

Conservation International Foundation (hereinafter referred to as “Conservation International” or “CI”), is issuing a Request for Proposals (RFP) for International Consultancy Services to develop emission factors in the Agriculture, Forestry, Other Land Use (AFOLU),Transport, Energy, Industries and Waste Sectors and National GHG Inventory through a capacity building approach (training of key sectors).

Click here to download an RFP containing all the necessary information for interested Offerors. 

The purpose of the consutancy is to support capacity budling under the Global Environment Facility (GEF)-funded project: “Strengthening the Capacity of Institutions in Rwanda to implement the Transparency Requirements of the Paris Agreement." Offerors (firms or consultants) should submit a proposal for the anticipated agreement by sending an email to procurementaffd@conservation.org by 28th July 2021 by 5 PM EAT. Interested Offerors can submit their questions to procurementaffd@conservation.org. by 14th July 2021 5pm EAT.

All Offerors are expected to exercise the highest standards of conduct in preparing, submitting and if selected, eventually carrying out the specified work in accordance with CI’s Code of Ethics.Conservation International’s reputation derives from our commitment to our values: Integrity, Respect, Courage, Optimism, Passion and Teamwork. CI’s Code of Ethics (the “Code”) provides guidance to CI employees, service providers, experts, interns, and volunteers in living CI’s core values, and outlines minimum standards for ethical conduct which all parties must adhere to. Offerors are required to sign a representation of Transparency, Integrity, Environmental and Social Responsibility.

Any violation of the Code of Ethics, as well as concerns regarding the integrity of the procurement process and documents should be reported to CI via its Ethics Hotline at www.ci.ethicspoint.com.


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