Request for Expression of Interest - Monitoring Service Provision for WFP/South Sudan

Nationwide | Juba

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) is inviting international and national nongovernmental organizations and private sector actors for their services in conducting monitoring of its projects in South Sudan. The main objective of the exercise is to increase monitoring coverage of project implementation on behalf of WFP in areas where internal capacity is limited and in areas that are inaccessible or have limited accessibility to WFP.

Increased monitoring coverage will be achieved through a dual track approach. In areas of stability, but where existing WFP capacity is limited, gaps in monitoring will be filled on an as-needed basis, dependent upon the capacity of the WFP sub/field office at that particular time. All WFP activities being implemented in the stable areas will be in the monitoring portfolio of the service provider, for both monthly process and trimestral outcome monitoring. In emergency areas being reached by WFP’s integrated rapid response mechansim, the service provider will be responsible only for trimestral outcome monitoring data collection.

Technical expertise of the selected service provider will include, at a minimum:

  1. Experience in monitoring or researching humanitarian/development operations in deep field locations in South Sudan; specific experience in monitoring WFP or other food assistance programmes in emergency settings where little to no information is available is an asset; and

  2. Active field presence in the areas of operation with established physical offices and adequate personnel, or willingness to set up in the WFP operational areas.

This request for expression of interest aims at identifying and shortlisting potential service providers, that by meeting the selection criteria will be invited to participate in a request for proposals (tender), which may ultimately result in a contract.

Interested potential service providers should contact the WFP/South Sudan Procurement Office through the e-mail Juba.Procurement@wfp.org and will receive the EOI package for participation. Reference this announcement.

The duly completed EOI package must then be submitted to the WFP/South Sudan Procurement Office through the Procurement Tender Box at the WFP Jebel Kujur Office, Juba, South Sudan, or send by e-mail to Juba.Procurement@wfp.org no later than Thursday 08th December 2016, Time: 14:00PM (East Africa Time).

Responses submitted via the tender box must be in a sealed envelope clearly marked as “EOI for Monitoring Service Provision for WFP South Sudan”. Responses sent by e-mail must have subject line as “EOI for Monitoring Service Provision for WFP South Sudan”.

Address any inquiries to Juba.Procurement@wfp.org with reference to this announcement.

Important Notice: The application for inclusion on the service shortlist by companies does not bind WFP South Sudan to offer a service award at any time. If you do not hear from WFP by 6 January 2017, consider your application unsuccessful.

Before applying, please make sure that you have read the requirements for the position and that you qualify.
Applications from non-qualifying applicants will most likely be discarded by the recruiting manager.
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  • Organization: WFP - World Food Programme
  • Location: Nationwide | Juba
  • Grade: Mid level
  • Occupational Groups:
    • Accounting (Audit, Controlling)
    • Accounting (Audit, Controlling)
    • Accounting (Audit, Controlling)
    • Monitoring and Evaluation
    • Monitoring and Evaluation
    • Monitoring and Evaluation
    • Nutrition
  • Closing Date: 2016-12-08

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