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    Grievances be charged to justify his expulsion from the platform mix for the Republic (AR) are unequivocal. José Makila, the National Chairman of the Alliance political party of the Congolese Labour Party for Development (ATD) has betrayed the ideals and objectives of the RA. Concerned, his solo decision to participate in the Dialogue Preparatory Committee while the AR, the political group to which he freely signed April 25, 2016, are delegated person. José Makila, in doing so, did not obey the watchword of the Rally of Forces Political and Social Change which challenges acquired the Facilitator Edem Kodjo for its bias in decision making. Therefore, José Makila can not engage the mix platform for the Republic. Franck Diongo, President ai of this platform, does not accept that politicians like José Makila like to not keep his word while other opponents, like himself, are risking their lives every day because they are fighting for defend the Constitution of the Republic and the promotion of democracy. In the entourage of Franck Diongo, it is understood that the exclusion of José Makila be a lesson for all the moles and political vagabonds who change positions as they change shirts.

    Moreover, it is reported that Franck Diongo has the moral zenith after the success of the dead city day decreed by the Rally, Tuesday, August 23, 2016, in Kinshasa and in the provinces. Franck Diongo, who sees no end to the dialogue as conducted by the Facilitator Edem Kodjo, firmly believes that truth and success are on his side.

    DECISION No. 001 / CP / 08/2016

    The Conference of Presidents of Alternation to the Republic held this Wednesday, 24/08/2016 in extraordinary session;

    Given the MoU and free membership of different political and social formations to the ideal and objective pursued by the political platform mix for the Republic, signed on 04.25.2016, especially in Articles 8, 9 and 10;

    Considering the commitment to the act of GENVAL and commitment to the principles and political positions defended in the Rally of social and political forces acquired to change;

    Alternation understood that the Republic has delegated person or group of people, a member of the platform, to participate in the preparatory work of the dialogue that led Mr. Edem Kodjo, moreover challenged by the Rally of political and social forces gained change;

    Considering the free decision by the National President of the Alliance of Labor Congolese political Development, ATD acronym, translated by his presence at the opening session of the dialogue said in flagrant contradiction with the political line taken by the rally;

    Given the urgency;

    Decides: excluding political Congolese Alliance of Labor Development, ATD acronym, the mix platform for the Republic.

    Done at Kinshasa, August 24, 2016

    FOR THE CONFERENCE OF PRESIDENTS

    Honorable Frank Diongo

    President a.i.

    #26884

    Grievances be charged to justify his expulsion from the platform mix for the Republic (AR) are unequivocal. José Makila, the National Chairman of the Alliance political party of the Congolese Labour Party for Development (ATD) has betrayed the ideals and objectives of the RA. Concerned, his solo decision to participate in the Dialogue Preparatory Committee while the AR, the political group to which he freely signed April 25, 2016, are delegated person. José Makila, in doing so, did not obey the watchword of the Rally of Forces Political and Social Change which challenges acquired the Facilitator Edem Kodjo for its bias in decision making. Therefore, José Makila can not engage the mix platform for the Republic. Franck Diongo, President ai of this platform, does not accept that politicians like José Makila like to not keep his word while other opponents, like himself, are risking their lives every day because they are fighting for defend the Constitution of the Republic and the promotion of democracy. In the entourage of Franck Diongo, it is understood that the exclusion of José Makila be a lesson for all the moles and political vagabonds who change positions as they change shirts.

    Moreover, it is reported that Franck Diongo has the moral zenith after the success of the dead city day decreed by the Rally, Tuesday, August 23, 2016, in Kinshasa and in the provinces. Franck Diongo, who sees no end to the dialogue as conducted by the Facilitator Edem Kodjo, firmly believes that truth and success are on his side.

    #26937

    Classes resume for ” Blue and White ” is indeed today, Monday, September 5, 2016, according to the timing of the Congolese Government. Rally led by Etienne Tshisekedi declared, Saturday, September 3, ” the ” no school Monday ”. This, in its fight for the holding of an inclusive dialogue and respect for the Constitution. The Teachers Union of Congo -SYECO- was clearly opposed to the thing on the same day. Other structures have also reacted. Among others, the parents’ association of Protestant schools. She said no. ” It does not take the children to suffer the political turpitude ”, hammering its leaders. For its part, the Government, through its spokesman, Lambert Mende, castigates with the greatest firmness this attempt ” to take students hostage. ” On Monday there will be no or school? The question remains. But the one and the other will be fixed shortly.

    The reverse of the economy are for ages integral unfortunately the school years and years. In a political context, this time better than before, the school year could cost the tensions of political life. Indeed, the stakes supporting the political game invite in school life. After the trays TVs, street corners, street, institutions especially the parliament, the differences of opinion between the ruling power and the opposition will be invited in the courts and halls of schools.

    The initiative

    It’s Rally after what the initiative. Not to nail the schools but to send strong signals so strong, power, and the international community in short, those who have to go to the city of the African Union to participate in the dialogue convened last week by Edem Kodjo, the facilitator said he rejects forum. It is indeed the same day that the work of the dialogue should begin after two days of fruitless visibly miraculous catches. Jean-Marc Kabund-A-Kabund, explained the contours of this appeal that part of the impressive team of civil disobedience acts announced by the Rally of social and political forces to change acquired on September 1. “We launched a day without school. We wish that parents aspiring to a good education, a decent job to take care of children, to support the action of the Rally for things to change in this country (…) The Constitution provides for example free of education and parents continue to support children and schools, “confided the new secretary general of the Union for Democracy and Social Progress. “Many children do not study there. The school became a real headache for parents. This diet deprives millions of children to school. We want this action to be national (…) As long as Kabila multiply maneuvers to stay in power, the situation of education will always be a problem. The problem is governance. Our educational system is broken, “he concluded.

    The Government’s response

    “It is the scorched earth. It’s really unpatriotic. This is madness. It is criminal to take the children hostage. We can not roll back the country like that with irresponsible people. What message to parents? Do not follow this call. Monday there was indeed school year. What is the responsible parent will agree to keep her child at home in the name of the individual interests of some politicians (…) It is not with the children we will save democracy. It’s criminal! You must come to the negotiating table. This violates the international conventions on children’s rights, “reacting to hot, Lambert Mende Omalanga struggling with bloodhounds purposes.

    No to ” the dead school ”

    The SYECO says no to Rally initiative. Jean-Pierre Kimbuya, the Secretary General of this structure, said after a meeting with journalists. For him, ” the teachers’ demands are found in the specifications of the Union held by the government. ” Thus, the call to “the dead school,” in his words, is not intended to satisfy. ” As a parent representative, I can not accept that children suffer. Children are the future of tomorrow. We are for change, but their children are in Europe. I can not accept that. Children must be protected. They have the right to life and in school. Maybe for the risks, but I will like that the children go to school. On Monday, the children will go to school ”, says Prosperous Muzinga, Vice President of the Parents Association of Protestant subsidized schools. The slogan of the rally he will be listened to? This gigantic political platform that oversees the lider maximo she is ready to receive its first flop? Wait and see.

    #27102

    Monday, October 24 2016, the facilitator of the dialogue of the city of the AU, Edem Kodjo, together with the Co-moderators has personally presented the political agreement to President Kabila. The great figures of the various components were also there. Notably, Samy Badibanga, Ruberwa Shadary Emmanuel, Marie Madeleine Kalala, Michel Bongongo Ms. Maguy Kiala etc.

    This face-to-face took place within the GLM concession in Gombe. This encounter not much filtered. But the alert to the opinion arose many questions. However, during the meeting at the menu, the flagship news topics had to be reviewed. This is, among others, the Luanda summit to be held tomorrow, the first steps of implementation of the agreement, namely; the establishment of the Government in November and various other aspects. The nagging question of the quest for inclusiveness has likewise been probably abordée.Car, while some advocate the holding of a second dialogue to complete the agreement unearthed in the city of the African Union, to others, against, reject this option.

    That, by claiming that the said prosecution for inclusiveness must rather be in meetings or political cabals. That way, should not overshadow the dialogue ended October 18, 2016. And, let alone destroy its resolutions and acquired. To be honest, the politics in the DRC conditioned by the issues of the day remains unquestionably attached to the impact of the Luanda summit on October 26.

    #27156

    Grande, is the joy for many beneficiaries in Operation Thursday, 22 December 2016, organized at the administrative headquarters of the National Insurance Company (Sonas SA), under the aegis of Mrs Carole Agito Amela, , 100 victims were compensated. Operations were carried out concurrently throughout the national territory, in the automobile, life and fire insurance branches.

    For the City-Province of Kinshasa, operations took place in five (5) branches / Sonas de la Capitale.

    To this end, the General Management has compensated 88 cases. The agency of Commerce with 3 files. Gombe with 2 folders. The agency of Socimat released 1 alone. Finally, the agency of June 30 paid 6 victims.

    Discovering Life Insurance

    The purpose of life insurance is to guarantee the physical integrity of the individual and the consequences of accidents, sickness, premature death or prolonged old age.

    To do this, Sonas distinguishes two (2) branches of life insurance.

    Individual life insurance and Group life insurance.

    Individual life insurance

    As the name implies, it is peculiar and not collective.

    It refers both to contracts guaranteeing capital in case of life, capital in case of death and contracts combining capital, life and death.

    It also guarantees compensation in the event of death, accident or sickness.

    Group life insurance

    Persons concerned

    Banks; Business; Credit agencies; Local authorities; NGOs

    What Sonas provides:

    Life benefits

    Life insurance; Life annuity; Temporary life annuity

    Benefits in case of death

    Death benefit ; Widow’s pension; Orphan’s pension; Reimbursement of premiums; Annuity certain survival.

    Optional services

    Supplementary capital in case of death by accident; Exemption from payment of premium in case of disability.

    What Sonas Does not Assure

    Suicide deaths in the first two years; Death resulting from air navigation risks other than those incurred by passengers on a fixed and regular line; Death due to war risks; Death caused by a beneficiary or by the death penalty.

    Information to be provided for subscription

    Complete and sign the announcement to a group life insurance of each person to be insured; Sign the collective life insurance agreement (the business or organization); Establish the list of persons to be insured with age, sex, amount to be insured, selected guarantees, for the preparation of the annual premium.

    The 10% premium is based on the stated capital and compensation can only be made after an agreement has been reached between the insurer and the insured. (In the case of life insurance, the minimum duration for compensation is 5 years for the policy taken out).

    Example: declared capital 10,000 USD.

    Bonus to be paid: 1000 USD. Compensation after 5 years.

    #27175

    According to the Politico.cd news site, the Chinese bank that should buy BIAC does not exist. In vain, the purpose of the politico.cd site sought China Taihe Bank on the list of Chinese banking institutions. Read!

    China Taihe Bank, whose Congolese subsidiary China Taihe Bank of Congo, according to the Governor of the Central Bank of Congo, Deogratias Mutombo, takes over BIAC, has not found any tangible evidence of the existence of the Chinese bank China Taihe Bank. Editor of Politico.cd

    Remember that the shareholders of the International Bank for Africa in the Congo (BIAC) decided to dissolve it at the end of a general meeting on November 4th, with the aim of preserving the interests of savers, And creditors of the bank.

    For shareholders, the ideal is mainly to reimburse their clients (400,000 savers), which are struggling in this period of economic crisis that runs through Congo-DRC.

    This decision was made when the Central Bank of Congo (BCC) was placed under guardianship for a period of 180 days since last June, resulting in no recovery, as promised by the Governor of the BCC.

    And yet, last week, Deogratias Mutombo promised a continuous takeover of the bank by Chinese operators, a promise he made last year, To materialize. “The China Taihe Bank, whose capital is valued at more than 24 billion US dollars, will take over BIAC through a Congolese subsidiary China Taihe Bank of Congo,” said the Governor of the BCC.

    However, no bank weighing more than 24 billion and called “China Taihe Bank” exists in China.

    According to our excavations, there is only one reference whose name comes close to it without being the case. It is the branch of the Agricultural Development Bank of China (ADBC) in Taihe Xian, an administrative district of Anhui Province in People’s China.

    Joined by Politico.cd, the officials of this bank do not recognize any operation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. “I am not aware of a takeover of a bank by the ADBC ​​at this time and, especially, in Africa,” said an official of the Chinese bank.

    “We do not have operations abroad, we only operate in China, so it is an astonishing information,” he continued in English.

    Led by Shumin Zhu, the Agricultural Development Bank of China is a bank of Chinese policy under the Central People’s Bank of China (PBOC).

    As such, it is responsible for funding projects related to China’s economic growth. As a result, it has no intervention or subsidiary outside China, as stipulated by Governor Deogratias Mutombo.

    The ADBC ​​also provides various banking services in China, including loans for the purchase of cereals, edible oils and cotton; Loans for the transfer and exploitation of rural land, industrial enterprises, agricultural science and technology projects, construction of rural infrastructure and agricultural development, construction of rural circulation systems, renovation of housing …

    Moreover, the ADBC ​​whose capital is more than 2.549 billion US dollars, has been undergoing a crisis since 2015.

    According to Reuters, this bank, the third belonging to the Chinese state, had to resort to an injection of more than 24.2 billion dollars from the Ministry of Finance in April 2015.

    In addition, China Tahie Bank does not exist on the list of Chinese banks.

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    Joined by phone, relatives of the shareholders of BIAC say not to be surprised by such a revelation. “We are faced with people who have never been honest and therefore, this is not a surprise,” says a relative of the shareholders who requested anonymity. “They are looking for BIAC for a ridiculous price, but it may cost more than they imagine,” he concludes.

    For the sake of truthfulness of the information, the editorial staff of Politico.cd also attempted to join the BCC’s communication service which, at least, is unreachable and silent, to set national and international opinion On this fictitious Chinese bank.

    #27176

    The New Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco, Rachid Agassim, arrived in Kinshasa two weeks ago. After his effective appointment, he preferred to make contact with Congolese and Moroccans living in Kinshasa. It is in this perspective that he gathered them Friday, December 23, 2016 in the sumptuous Salle Etoile of the hotel Pullman de la Gombe. A message was delivered. In this one, he presented his satisfaction to find himself in the country of the late President of Zaire Mobutu. He also acknowledged the sincere and supportive support of DR Congo throughout the period of rupture with the African Union. The latter is not limited only here, it extends to other African countries, notably: Tanzania, Rwanda, Mauritius, Benin, Mozambique … It has also been shown that the relations between these countries Two countries are profound. This is reflected in the presence of the Congolese Community in Morocco, which is well integrated and enjoys all rights and benefits from the advantages of the new migration policy. He finally expressed his concern to strengthen and reinvigorate bilateral cooperation with the DRC. His country was very respectful of freedom of worship, he said. Thus, he wished a good Christmas feast to all Christians. Read in full the message of the Ambassador, Representative of His Majesty the King.

    ADDRESS OF THE AMBASSADOR OF MOROCCO, REPRESENTATIVE OF HIS MAJESTY THE KING IN THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO

    Excellencies,

    Honorable Guests

    Ladies and gentlemen

    It is with great pleasure that I address you this evening here in Kinshasa.

    I opted for a first contact by limiting this modest reception to a meeting between Moroccans and Congolese.

    The reason is obvious, our countries enjoy an excellent relationship at all levels.

    Morocco will never forget the solidarity and courageous position of the DRC, just as we had left the OAU, and today when we decided to return to the African family. The support of the DRC was and remains sincere and solidarity.

    We have a Congolese community in Morocco that is well integrated and enjoys all rights and also benefits from the new migration policy initiated by His Majesty the King that God Assists and whose second phase has just been Inaugurated a few days ago.

    This new migration policy is a perfect illustration of the deep and sincere bonds that exist between our two countries, as well as with all the countries of our dear continent.

    If we were outside the AU in recent years, we have never left Africa, we are there through our projects and cooperation programs at all levels: diplomatic, economic, cultural and religious. ..

    We believe in Africa. We trust in Africa solidarity, generosity, richness and humanity. We believe in the sincere spirit of South-South cooperation.

    It is in this spirit that I express the will of my country to strengthen and revitalize bilateral cooperation with the DRC, this great country, not only by its size, but also by its great people and its countless wealth.

    I wish with all my heart peace, stability and progress at the DRC.

    I would also like to take this opportunity to wish you a Merry Christmas and a very happy New Year.

    Done at Kinshasa on 23 December 2016

    Thanks, Matondo

    #27202

    Accreditation of Local Implementation Agencies for the management of the execution of infrastructure sub projects based on the implementation of the Eastern Stabilization Project for Peace, STEP

    Notice number: AMI 04 / FSRDC / STEP / FA / 12/2016

    Country: Democratic Republic of the Congo

    Source of financing: World Bank (donation H917-ZR), STEP project

    Date of publication: 26 December 2016

    Closing Date: January 26, 2017

    ————————————————– ————————————————– ———————– I. Context

    The Government of the Democratic Republic of the Congo has obtained from the World Bank an IDA (International Development Association) grant of US $ 79.1 million plus an additional US $ 50 million for implementation Of the Eastern DRC Stabilization Project for Peace, STEP, which is entrusted to the DRC Social Fund. The closing date of the said Project shall be 30 June 2020.

    The objective of the Project is to improve access to socio-economic infrastructure and livelihoods of vulnerable communities in the provinces of South Kivu, North Kivu, Ituri, Tshopo, Bas- Uélé, Haut-Uélé and Tanganyika.

    The Social Fund intends to use a portion of the funds from this project to make authorized payments for expenditures related to the implementation of community infrastructure sub-projects.

    Therefore, as part of the implementation of Component 1 activities, apart from those related to the prevention and management of conflicts, does the Social Fund of the DRC intend to use NGOs (National or International) , Development Agencies of a bilateral or multilateral project or program, or UN System Agencies working directly with the communities and their representatives, who will be entrusted with the specific tasks detailed below.

    A specific process for the accreditation of Local Implementing Agencies (FPAs) will be put in place at the end of which the selected candidates will be considered as Local Implementing Agencies and will be able to sign, once all the conditions have been met, community grant agreements With the FSRDC for the management of community infrastructure sub-projects.

    2. Missions of Local Implementing Agencies

    Under the Community Grant Agreements for social and economic infrastructure sub-projects that will be signed subject to certain conditions, Local Implementing Agencies (FPAs) will have the mission to assist communities (or local development committees) Evaluate and prioritize their needs (or the needs of the community), develop sub-project proposals, manage their implementation and organize the maintenance of the infrastructure. They will also provide local authorities with information on the component’s approaches and activities, organize and strengthen the capacity of community members, including prioritizing and selecting community infrastructure needs.

    The FTAs ​​will be responsible for awarding all the necessary contracts to carry out the Community sub-projects, including the construction or rehabilitation works and the supply of equipment and to monitor the implementation of the sub-projects.

    To accomplish this, a budget will be set aside in the cost of each sub-project for the management costs of FTAs ​​estimated at 12% of the cost of the sub-project, capped at US $ 100,000 per sub-project including management costs, Studies and control.

    3. Profile of candidates for Local Implementing Agencies

    To be eligible as a Local Enforcement Agency, candidates must have the following profile:

    Be a national or international non-governmental organization recognized by the Congolese Government, an Agency for the development of a bilateral or multilateral project or program, or a UN System Agency;
    Have legal personality;
    Have notarized legal status;
    Have at least 3 years experience in supporting development activities in DR Congo, particularly in the areas of community mobilization and support, project implementation and monitoring;
    Demonstrate technical competence and prior experience in the relevant technical field;
    Have a permanent structure and permanent staff of at least 5 employees, premises and equipment necessary to carry out the tasks envisaged;
    Demonstrate the ability to manage procurement and maintain accounting with transparent procedures;
    Have been audited by an independent auditor for at least one of the last three financial years preceding the FSRDC application.

    FTAs with agreements terminated by the FSRDC or by any other management body for projects financed by the World Bank and / or other donors over the past three years, including those reappearing under Another name.

    4. Approval procedure

    The application files are submitted to the FSRDC Accreditation Committee, chaired by the General Coordinator, after prior analysis by the FSRDC provincial branch in Tanganyika and verification of the credibility of the candidate, Accreditation as a Local Enforcement Agency.

    Depending on the operational capacity, in accordance with the guidelines of the Project Implementation Manual, accreditation is granted in category A, B or C. The criteria for classification in a category are predefined.

    Written notification will be given to each accredited candidate.

    5. Content of the application file

    Applications must include:

    A presentation by the NGO or the Agency (location, creation, fields of competence, activities, administrative and financial organization, etc.);
    Full references to past missions and accomplishments;
    C.V. updated summaries of key personnel;
    Annexes: notarial statutes, decree granting legal personality, certificates of completion of work, audit report.

    6. Information and response to the MAI

    Interested candidates can obtain additional information and submit applications to the Social Fund of the Democratic Republic of the Congo by 26 January 2017 at 2 pm Kinshasa time (TU + 1), by enclosed letter or electronically at the addresses below Below:

    General Coordination of the Social Fund of the DRC:

    11, Colonel Lukusa Avenue; Building ex. CIS, in Kinshasa / Gombe

    Provincial Antenna of the Social Fund of the DRC Tanganyika:

    441 Kalemie Avenue, Dav, City of Kalemie, Province of Tanganyika

    Email fondsocialrdc @ yahoo.fr, fondsocialrdc @ fondsocial.cd, tanganyika @ fondsocial.cd

    #27203

    National Bidding Notice

    Democratic Republic of Congo

    Central Coordination Office (BCECO)

    DAO No. 548 / INTERV-GOV / MIN-ITP / BCECO / DG / DPM / LYY / 2016 / SC

    Services of guarding and security of the seven (7) buildings and its right-of-way located at the place “le Royal” in Kinshasa / Gombe

    This Notice of Invitation to Tender follows the Procurement Plan approved by the DGCMP dated 17 November 2016, by letter No. 1271 / DGCMP / DG / DRE / D4 / BNJ / 2016.

    The Ministry of Infrastructure and Public Works has requested and obtained from the Government funds to finance the project for the rehabilitation and modernization of the seven buildings in Kinshasa-Gombe and intends to use part of these funds for To make payments under the contract for guard services and the security of personnel, offices and premises, as well as all equipment, materials and files of the seven (7) buildings located at the “royal” square in Kinshasa / Gombe.

    The Central Coordination Office (BCECO), on behalf of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Public Works, solicits closed bids from candidates who meet the required qualifications for guarding and security services for staff, offices, Premises, as well as all the equipment, materials and files of the seven (7) buildings located in the “royal” square in Kinshasa / Gombe.
    The variants can not be taken into consideration.
    The procurement will be conducted by National Competitive Bidding, as defined in the Public Procurement Act, to all eligible candidates.
    Interested candidates can obtain information from the Central Coordination Office (BCECO), and take note of the tender documents addressed to the BCECO listed below, from Monday to Friday from 9 am to 4 pm (local time , TU + 1).
    The qualification requirements are:

    Financial and administrative requirements

    Provide written proof of the certified financial statements for the last three years (2015, 2014 and 2013) with the certification letter duly signed by the Auditor;
    Have achieved an average annual turnover in the last three years (2015, 2014 and 2013) of an amount greater than or equal to 500,000,000 CDF;
    Attach a copy of the liability insurance;
    National Identification Number;
    Be in good standing with contributions to the INSS until November 2016 (provide evidence of payment and / or attestation of regularity of the INSS);
    Registration number in the New Trade Register or RCCM;
    Provide the current Tax Statement jointly signed by the DGI and the DGDA;
    Attach proof of its legal existence (statutes, instrument of incorporation, a certificate per company will be provided in case of grouping);
    Attach the approval or authorization of the relevant Ministry
    Attach the proxy of the signatory;

    In case of grouping, each member of the group must present the required documents.

    Technical capacity and experience

    At least three (3) satisfactory references made during the last five (5) years in the field of this contract (proof of service, proof of service or contract must be attached);
    References must include, as a minimum, the following basic information: client, project name and brief description, project location, financial envelope, project duration, start and end dates of the guard services rendered, financial backers;
    The qualified technical personnel and equipment for the realization of the proposed services must comply with the requirements of this contract;
    Provide a list of equipment that meets the requirements of the Technical Specifications
    Develop a methodological approach that clearly reflects the effectiveness of the organization that the bidder intends to put in place to complete the contract.

    Experts

    One (1) Project Manager (D6 + 5) with at least seven (7) years experience in the field of security and security (attach CV);
    Seven (7) supervisors (D6 + 3) with at least five (5) years experience in the field of security and security (attach CVs);
    One hundred and fifty (150) guards (at least D6 + Security guarding and security training) with at least three (3) years’ experience in guarding and security;

    No margin of preference will be applied.

    On Friday, 30 December 2016, at 10.00 am (local time), the Contracting Authority will organize a site visit of the project to which all the companies that have bought the tender dossier will be invited. Participation in this visit is compulsory.

    However, the visit does not relieve the Respondent of its obligation to inform itself of all the constraints of access and intervention on the sites and to visit it more thoroughly. Costs related to this visit (travel, accommodation, stay, etc.) are to be borne by the tenderer.

    The Contracting Authority shall organize a preparatory meeting with all tenderers after the group visit of the work site. This preparatory meeting will take place even on Friday 30 December 2016 at 14:00 ‘(local time, TU + 1) at the headquarters of the BCECO listed below.

    A complete set of the tender dossier may be purchased from the address below by submitting a written request to the above address against a non-refundable payment of one hundred US dollars (USD 100) Equivalent in Congolese Francs (FC) at the rate of the day. Payment will be made by payment of cash to account number “0240001145502”, entitled BCECO PROJECT at STANDARD BANK / Kinshasa, SWIFT code: SBICCDKX. The Bidding Documents will be sent to bidders, upon presentation of proof of payment, by mail or e-mail. The costs of sending the files to the buyers are extra and charged to the latter.
    Tenders must be submitted to the address below no later than Thursday, 12 January 2017 at 15:00 ‘(local time, TU + 1). Delayed offers will not be accepted. Electronic filings will not be accepted. Tenders must remain valid for 90 calendar days from the deadline for submission.

    Tenders must include a bank guarantee in the amount of seven thousand five hundred US dollars (USD 7,500) and valid for a period of 30 days after the date of validity of the tenders, ie 12 May 2017.

    The Contract and all correspondence and documentation relating to the Markets exchanged by the Contractor and the Contractor shall be drawn up in French.

    The folds will be opened in the presence of the representatives of the tenderers who decide to attend the opening session which will take place on Thursday 12th January 2017 at 15h30 ‘(local time, TU + 1) at the address below:

    Central Coordination Office (BCECO)

    Avenue Colonel Mondjiba, No. 372,
    Concession Utexafrica

    Kinshasa-Ngaliema (DRC)

    E-mail: [email protected], [email protected],

    [email protected], [email protected]

    Tel: (+243) 81 51 36 729 / (+243) 81 27 55 259

    Please accept, Ladies and Gentlemen, the expression of our full consideration.

    MATONDO MBUNGU

    General manager

    #27204

    NOTICE AMENDING OPINION No AMI 02 / FSRDC / STEP / FA / 12/2016 of 05 December 2016

    DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO

    SOCIAL FUND OF THE REPUBLIC

    NOTICE OF INTEREST

    PRE-QUALIFICATION OF SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES (SMEs) FOR IMPLEMENTING THE PROJECT’S ACTIVITIES FOR THE STABILIZATION OF EASTERN DRC FOR PEACE, STEP

    Notice number: AMI 03 / FSRDC / STEP / FA / 12/2016

    Country: Democratic Republic of the Congo

    Source of financing: World Bank (donation H917-ZR), STEP project

    Date of publication: 12 December 2016

    Closing Date: 06 January 2017

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    Context

    The Government of the Democratic Republic of the Congo has obtained from the World Bank an IDA (International Development Association) grant of US $ 79.1 million plus an additional US $ 50 million for the implementation Of the Eastern Stabilization Project for Peace, STEP, which is entrusted to the DRC Social Fund. The closing date of the said Project shall be 30 June 2020.

    The objective of the Project is to improve access to socio-economic infrastructure and livelihoods of vulnerable communities in the provinces of South Kivu, North Kivu, Ituri, Tshopo, Bas- Uélé, Haut-Uélé and Tanganyika. .

    The Social Fund proposes to use part of the funds for this project to make authorized payments for expenditure related to the implementation of infrastructure sub-projects involving small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the realization of infrastructures Basic infrastructure and agricultural infrastructure for the provision of the following detailed services:

    Aims and Objectives

    The purpose of this call for expressions of interest is to identify small and medium-sized construction companies to be included in the repertoire of pre-qualified interveners who will be consulted during the implementation of the project to carry out the infrastructure works Social and economic development in the following sectors: education and training infrastructure, health infrastructure, drinking water and sanitation infrastructure, environmental protection, energy and rural markets, Urban and urban areas, roads, tracks and civil engineering structures.

    Profile of candidates

    Candidates must meet at least the following criteria:

    Be a SME regularly constituted and in good standing administratively with the state (in good standing with the tax and social security);
    Have an up-to-date operating license;
    Have a stable and reliable organization;
    Having the human and technical means to carry out the mission effectively;
    Justify at least three (3) years of prior experience in the sectors listed in point II (proof of receipt);
    Have a good knowledge of the areas affected by the project.

    SMEs or BE who have been terminated by the FSRDC or by any other management body for projects financed by the Government of the Democratic Republic of Congo, the World Bank and / or other donors are excluded a priori Of funds for three years, including those reappearing under another name.

    Location and duration of the Project

    Benefits will be provided in the province of Tanganyika during the period of implementation of the Project from 2016 to June 2020.

    The Social Fund of the DRC invites interested SMEs to express their interest. Potential candidates interested will take care to provide information that they are qualified to perform the services expected according to the required criteria.

    Companies will be selected in accordance with the guidelines of the STEP Project Implementation Manuals.

    Interested candidates can obtain the full terms of reference from the FSRDC website http://www.fondsocial.cd or by sending an e-mail to [email protected] or by contacting the FSRDC general coordination office or Antennas of North Kivu, South Kivu, Grande Orientale (Kisangani) and Tanganyika, in Kalemie.

    Content of the application file

    Applications must include:

    A presentation of the SME (location, creation, fields of competence, activities, administrative and financial organization, etc.);
    Full references to past missions and accomplishments;
    C.V. updated summaries of key personnel;
    Annexes: Copies of administrative documents (notarial statutes, commercial register, national identification, INSS affiliation, tax attestation, approval of workshops, proof of completion of work, audit report).

    Information and response to the MAI

    Interested candidates may obtain additional information and submit applications to the Social Fund of the Democratic Republic of the Congo no later than 2 pm Kinshasa time (TU + 1) on 06 January 2017, by e-mail or by e-mail to Addresses below, based on their operational areas or provinces:

    General Coordination of the Social Fund of the DRC:

    11, Colonel Lukusa Avenue; Building ex. CIS, in Kinshasa / Gombe

    Provincial Antenna of the Social Fund of the DRC Tanganyika:

    441 Kalemie Avenue, Dav, City of Kalemie, Province of Tanganyika

    Email [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]

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