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PROVISION OF TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TO RWANDA PRIVATE SECTOR (PSO) AND CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS (CSO)

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP)

TITLE:PROVISION OF TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TO RWANDA PRIVATE SECTOR (PSO) AND CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS (CSO)

NUMBER:              PRQ20150091

TradeMark East Africa (TMEA) is an organisation funded by a range of development agencies to promote regional trade and economic integration in East Africa. TMEA is supporting the Rwanda Private Sector and Civil society Organisations in strengthening their position in areas of research, advocacy and dialogue.

In light of this, TMEA wishes to engage a reputable registered consultancy firm/consortium to provide technical assistance to key PSOs and CSOs in Rwanda with the aim of strengthening their engagements in areas of research and advocacy and private public dialogue so as to effectively represent the interests of members. Terms of reference for this consultancy and the Request for Proposals (RFP) document can be obtained at http://www.trademarkea.com/get-involved/procurement/. All queries quoting the above Tender Title and Number should be emailed to procurement@trademarkea.com. The closing date for submission is 5 October 2015.

You are further advised that only applications from registered firms/consortiums shall be accepted.

Interested and qualified consultancy firms/consortiums must register and apply online ONLY on the TMEA procurement portal at the website: http://procurement.trademarkea.com and all attachments must be 10 MBs or less.

TMEA cannot answer any query relating to this tender seven days or less prior to the submission deadline.

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Written by Daniel Takyi

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