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Tender Notice: Water Quality Analysis Equipment and Supplies

TENDER NOTICE

Activity Title: Water Quality Analysis Equipment and Supplies

Funded by: Project “Ridge to Reef Management of the Mesoamerican Reef Ecoregion” (DOE/PACT/MAR2R)

Contract Ref: MAR2R/SUP/002/2021

Basic Concept: The project aims to strengthen the integrated management of water resources in Belize, through the design of policies and instruments for water planning in the Belize River and New River watershed, under the ridge to reef approach. 

Please find Technical Specifications and list of Equipment and Supplies by clicking the thumbnail below.

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AMENDMENT to the Tender Notice: Rehabilitation of the Guard House at Cooma Cairn, Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve.

AMENDMENT
to the
Tender Notice

Project Title: Rehabilitation of the Guard House at Cooma Cairn, Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve.

Funded by: Selva Maya Natural Resources Protection Project (BMZ/KfW/IUCN)

Contract Ref: SMP/WRKS/004/2021

Subject: Amendment to the submission deadline

Location: Belize, Central America

The Request for proposal is corrected or modified as follows:

Section 1- Terms of Reference- Clause 9
Instead of: The Proposals must be submitted no later than Date: April 30th, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. The proposal should be addressed to the following:

Mrs. Nayari Diaz-Perez
Executive Director
Protected Areas Conservation Trust
3 Mango Street
Belmopan City
Attn: Mr. Jamir Sanchez (accountsclerk@pactbelize.org)

Read: The proposal must be submitted no later than Date: May 4th, 2021 10:00 a.m. The proposal should be addressed to the following:

“Re: Rehabilitation of the Guard House at Cooma Cairn ”
Protected Areas Conservation Trust
3 Mango Street
Belmopan City
Attn: Mr. Jamir Sanchez (accountsclerk@pactbelize.org)

All other terms and conditions to the Invitation to Quote for Works remain unchanged. The above alterations and/or correction to ITQ are integral part of the ITQ.

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Amendment to the Tender Notice: Rehabilitation of the Guard House at Pineridgito Gate, Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve.

AMENDMENT
to the
Tender Notice

Project Title: Rehabilitation of the Guard House at Pineridgito Gate, Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve.

Funded by: Selva Maya Natural Resources Protection Project (BMZ/KfW/IUCN)

Contract Ref: SMP/WRKS/005/2021

Subject: Amendment to the submission deadline

Location: Belize, Central America

The Request for proposal is corrected or modified as follows:

Section 1- Terms of Reference- Clause 9 Instead of: The Proposals must be submitted no later than
Date: April 30th, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. The proposal should be addressed to the following:

Mrs. Nayari Diaz-Perez
Executive Director
Protected Areas Conservation Trust
3 Mango Street
Belmopan City
Attn: Mr. Jamir Sanchez (accountsclerk@pactbelize.org)

 

Read: The proposal must be submitted no later than
Date: May 4th, 2021 10:00 a.m. The proposal should be addressed to the following:

“Re: Rehabilitation of Guard House at Pineridgito Gate”
Protected Areas Conservation Trust
3 Mango Street
Belmopan City
Attn: Mr. Jamir Sanchez (accountsclerk@pactbelize.org)

All other terms and conditions to the Invitation to Quote for Works remain unchanged. The above alterations and/or correction to ITQ are integral part of the ITQ.

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SERVICE CONTRACT AWARD NOTICE: Communications Officer for the REDD+ Readiness Project

 SERVICE CONTRACT AWARD NOTICE 

Communications Officer for the REDD+ Readiness Project

Belmopan, Cayo District, Belize C.A. 

 

1. Publication reference 

P152415/ TF018492 – REDD+/SER/005C 

 

2. Publication date of the Request for Expressions of Interest 

20th November 2020 

 

3. Lot title 

Communications Officer for the REDD+ Readiness Project 

 

4. Procedure 

Individual Consultant 

 

5. Number and Names of applications received 

Six (6) 

1.) Roneisha Gentle, Belize City, Belize 

2.) Stacey Tewes, Belmopan City, Cayo District 

3.) Kamisha Shaw, San Ignacio Town, Cayo District 

4.) Andre Marsden, Belmopan City, Cayo District 

5.) Ingrid Fernandez, Belmopan City, Cayo District 

6.) Phylicia Pelayo, Roaring Creek Village, Cayo District 

 

6. Name of candidate (awarded) 

Ingrid Fernandez 

 

7. Price Offered 

BZ $2,727.28 per month 

 

8. Scope of the contract awarded 

i. Develop and implement REDD+ Communication Strategy; 

ii. Produce Press Releases as necessary; 

iii. Host multiple consultations/workshops 

iv. Produce Educational and Information Materials 

e.g. Posters, brochures, newsletters etc. 

 

9. Reasons for rejecting other applicants 

– applications were not considered to satisfy the professional/technical capacity criterion 

 

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Service Contract Award Notice: Project Officer for the REDD+ Readiness Project

 SERVICE CONTRACT AWARD NOTICE 

Project Officer for the REDD+ Readiness Project 

Belmopan, Cayo District, Belize C.A. 

 

1. Publication reference 

P152415/ TF018492 – REDD+/WB/CS-7B 

 

2. Publication date of the Request for Expressions of Interest 

20th November 2020 

 

3. Lot title 

Project Officer for the REDD+ Readiness Project 

 

4. Procedure 

Individual Consultant 

 

5. Number and name of applications received 

Eight (8) 

1.) Jose Coy, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District 

2.) Ramon Carcamo, San Ignacio Town, Cayo District 

3.) Denham Chuc, Belize City, Belize 

4.) Walter Blanco, Santa Familia Village, Cayo District 

5.) Arlette Arana, Sandhill Village, Belize District 

6.) Kamisha Shaw, San Ignacio Town, Cayo District 

7.) Derricia Salazar, Belmopan City, Cayo District 

8.) Jasmine Faber, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District 

 

6. Name of candidate (awarded) 

Jasmine Faber 

 

7. Price Offered 

BZ $3,300.00 monthly 

 

8. Scope of the contract awarded 

Project Officer will play a key role in the day-to-day management of the REDD+ Readiness Preparation Project and provides technical and administrative support to project implementation; importantly, responsible for adequately carrying out the monitoring and evaluation of the project. 

 

9. Reasons for rejecting other applicants 

Applications were not considered to satisfy: 

– applications were not considered to satisfy the professional/technical capacity criterion 

– application was not considered to satisfy clause 1.9 (c) (Relationship with Borrowers Staff) of the World Bank’s guidelines 

– application was not considered to satisfy the required start date due to the need for secondment (Public Service procedures calls for a public officer to apply for secondment at least a month before the date, which is intended for the secondment to come into effect). 

 

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PACT Submits USD $4 Million Funding Proposal to the Adaptation Fund for Climate Change adaptation project in Belize.

Belmopan, 21 January 2021.  

The Protected Areas Conservation Trust (PACT) is pleased to announce the submission of the  Project Proposal ‘Enhancing the Resilience of Belize’s Coastal Communities to Climate Change Impact’ to the Adaptation Fund for funding consideration at the upcoming 36th sitting of the  Adaptation Fund Board.  

The Project, with a financing request of USD $4 million, aims to increase the climate resilience of  27 coastal communities in Belize by improving coastal land use, habitation, and the long-term  monitoring of climate related coastal impacts through the increase of adaptive capacity and  knowledge transfer. It will be implemented by PACT and executed by the Ministry of Sustainable  Development, Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management via the National Climate Change  Office, and with the participation of several state agencies including the Coastal Zone Management Authority & Institute, the Hydrology Department, the Ministry of Housing, and the National  Meteorological Service via four main components:  

  1. Improving Coastal Land Use for Resilient Habitation and Sectoral Activities
  2. Coastal Vulnerability Monitoring  
  3. Beach Stabilization of High-Risk Coastal Areas  
  4. Awareness Raising, Knowledge Dissemination and National Capacity Strengthening  

The PACT thanks all partners that participated in the project development process, especially the  local target communities.

 

Notes: 

The Adaptation Fund is an international fund, set up under the Kyoto Protocol of the United  Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, that finances projects and programs to help  vulnerable communities in developing countries adapt to climate change. 

PACT is accredited by the Fund to serve as its National Implementing Entity for Belize and has a  Climate Finance portfolio which endeavors to unlock new funding streams and build national  capacity for the sustainable management of natural resources, climate change, and biodiversity. 

The Ministry of Finance is the National Designated Authority for the Adaptation Fund in Belize  and is tasked with the endorsement of all country projects submitted to the Fund. 

 

Contact: 

Executive Director 

Phone: 822 3637 |Email: ed@pactbelize.org

 

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*Deadline Extended * Tender Notice: Road Improvement within the Chiquibul National Park

Tender Notice

Project: Selva Maya Natural Resources Protection Project (BMZ/KfW/IUCN)

 

Basic Concepts

To improve accessibility and presence of the Forest Department, the Belize Defence Force and the Friends for Conservation and Development through the rehabilitation of the road connecting the conservation posts, thus reducing the illegal activities within the Chiquibul National Park.

Specific:

  • To Rehabilitate the road to make it accessible during the wet and dry season
  • To Install 16 culverts
  • Handover of rehabilitated road

The following requirements must be met by the contractor:

  1. Interested companies should arrange site visit with FD before submitting proposal to ensure comprehension of the full scope of the work
  2. Rehabilitation of road to conform with alignment provided to selected company
  3. All work is to conform to road construction best practices guidelines in Belize (BELIZE PUBLIC ROADS ACT CHAPTER 232 REVISED EDITION 2000 SHOWING THE LAW AS AT 31ST DECEMBER, 2000)
  4. Ensure compliance with all environmental requirements from the Forest Department.
  5. In the road construction, high quality construction based on the Belize standard needs to be achieved and the BELIZE PUBLIC ROADS ACT CHAPTER 232

1. Qualifications and Experience

Interested eligible bidders must meet the following criteria to be selected:

  • Have a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering
  • Have a minimum of 10 years’ experience in construction of roads, quarrying and land clearing.
  • Knowledge of the area
  • Demonstrated equipment and expertise to carry out the works required
  • Professional work crew
  • Safety equipment based on road safety guide/standard/ (www.belizeroadsafety.com) must be adhered to.

Interested applicants can request for the complete Terms of Reference from accountsclerk@pactbelize.org

2. Technical and financial offer

Interested applicants should present their technical and financial proposal that responds to the contents of these Terms of Reference no later than February 26, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.

The proposal should be addressed to the following:

Danny Singh
Accounting Manager
Protected Areas Conservation Trust
3 Mango Street
Belmopan City (accountingmanager@pactbelize.org)
Attn: Mrs. Therese Johnston (accountsclerk@pactbelize.org)

 

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Request for Expression of Interest for Consultancy Services (Individual Consultant): Technical Indigenous Coordinator for the REDD+ Readiness Project in Belize

REDD+ Readiness Project in Belize

MINISTRY OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, CLIMATE CHANGE AND DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT (MSDCCDRM)

Request for Expression of Interest for Consultancy Services (Individual Consultant)

Technical Indigenous Coordinator for the REDD+ Readiness Project Grant No: P152415/TF018492

 

Background

The Government of Belize with the assistance of the World Bank is implementing the project entitled “Reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+) Readiness Project in Belize” with Grant funding from the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility “FCPF” and has appointed the Ministry of Sustainable Development, Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management (MSDCCDRM) for the overall implementation of the Project with the fiduciary support provided by the Protected Areas Conservation Trust (PACT). The Government of Belize intends to apply part of the proceeds of the grant to payments under the contract for this Consultancy.

REDD+ and PACT now invites eligible consultants to indicate their interest in providing the services. In submitting Expression of Interest, consultants should provide information demonstrating that he/she has the required and relevant experience to perform the services.

The shortlisting criteria are:

  1. A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology, Natural Resource Management or related field.
  2. Candidates with an Associate’s Degree and five (5) years of working experience with Indigenous Communities of Belize will be considered.
  3. Candidates that have five (5) years of working experience with the Mopan Maya and Q’eqchi’ Maya Peoples have a distinct advantage.
  4. Written and oral proficiency in English; Oral proficiency in Spanish is an asset; Oral proficiency in Mopan Maya and/or Q’eqchi’ Maya is a distinct advantage.
  5. Has knowledge, understanding and respect to the cultural and spiritual values and principles of the Mopan and Q’eqchi’ Peoples.
  6. Has experience working with forest-based initiatives with Indigenous Peoples of Belize.
  7. Has experience in planning, implementing, monitoring, and reporting of projects.
  8. Has experience in procuring services and goods for projects.

 

The attention of interested consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank’s Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers January 2011, revised July 2014 (“Consultant Guidelines”), setting forth the World Bank’s policy on conflict of interest and the Ministry of Sustainable Development, Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management policy on “Employment of Public officers as consultants.”

The Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Selection Based on the Individual Consultants’ Qualification method set out in the World Bank Consultant Guidelines.

Interested consultants can request the Terms of Reference by email at: redd.procurement.officer@pactbelize.org

 

Expressions of Interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below (in person, mail or e-mail ‘preferred’) by 4:00 p.m. on Friday 22nd January 2021 to:

REDD+ Procurement Officer
Protected Areas Conservation Trust
3 Mango Street
Belmopan, Cayo District
Tel: 822-3637         Email: redd.procurement.officer@pactbelize.org

 

The sealed envelope containing the Expression of Interest must include the name and address of the applicant and should be clearly marked:

“TECHNICAL INDIGENOUS COORDINATOR FOR THE REDD+ READINESS PROJECT IN BELIZE”

REDD+ Readiness Project and PACT shall not be bound to defray any costs incurred by applicants in preparing and submitting statements of capability.

 

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*Cancelled* Tender Notice: To develop guidelines and permitting processes for rearing of game species in Belize. Selva Maya Natural Resources Protection Project (BMZ/KfW/IUCN)

*Cancelled*

Tender Notice

Project Title: To develop guidelines and permitting processes for rearing of game species in Belize. 

Contract Ref: SMP/SER/018/2021 

Funded by: Selva Maya Natural Resources Protection Project (BMZ/KfW/IUCN) 

 

 1. Type of contract 

Service 

 

2. Type of procedure 

Local Opening 

 

3. Contracting authority and contact point 

Protected Areas Conservation Trust 

3 Mango Street, City of Belmopan 

 

4. Additional information 

All tenders received were rejected due to non- qualification and over budget. 

Should a new tender procedure be launched for this project, a new contract notice will be published. 

 

 

Upcoming! REDD+ Stakeholder Consultation Sessions

 

The REDD+ Project is hosting a number of public consultations.  If you’re interested in attending and would like more information on dates, location, etc., please reach out to Mr. Micheal F. Somerville at (501) 630-8792.