The Pan-African Parliament invites bidders for the Provision of consultancy services on the Assessment Study: Status of Ratification of African Union (AU) Human Rights legal instruments and development of a ratification “Fast Track” implementation strategy
The Specific Objective of the study is conduct a very intensive and rigorous research on the identified instruments to:
a) Determine the status of their ratification;
b) Determine the status of their domestication;
c) Determine and analyse what challenges they have faced in their ratification and domestication;
d) Determine the status of their implementation and the challenges therein;
e) Determine the mechanisms/actions to be put in place to improve the situation; and
f) Determine the input for necessary follow-up action by relevant stakeholders.
The Overall Objective is to undertake an assessment of the status of ratification of the AU Human Rights Legal Instruments with a view to expedite the ratification and domestication of the AU Human Rights Legal Instruments. The findings will further provide the basis for the formulation of a comprehensive implementation strategy.
The FINANCIAL and TECHNICAL offers must be delivered in TWO SEPARATE inner envelopes to the address below and deposit in the Tender Box. The deadline for bid submission shall be Monday 24th July 2017 at 4.00 pm local time. Bids shall be opened on Tuesday 25th July 2017 at 10.00 am local time in the presence of bidders or their representatives.
PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOUR TECHNICAL PROPOSAL DOSES NOT INDICATE ANY PRICE ELEMENTS.
Envelopes should be sent clearly marked “PAP/PROC/07/17: ASSESSMENT STUDY: STATUS OF RATIFICATION OF AFRICAN UNION (AU) HUMAIN RIGHTS LEGAL INSTRUMENTS AND DEVELOPMENT OF A RATIFICATION “FAST-TRACK” IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY” and deposited in the Tender Box before Monday 24th July, 2017 at 4:00 pm local time and Clearly Addressed to:
Internal Procurement Committee,
Section 1. Letter of Invitation
Pan African Parliament,
19, Richards Drive,
MIDRAND, REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA
Bids shall be valid for a period of 90 days. Late bids will be rejected and returned unopened to bidders.
Interested consultancy firms may obtain further information from Rodin Mvindu,
Procurement Expert, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.