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Response to Queries: Request For Proposals: GCF Readiness And Preparatory Support In The Bahamas (Phase II) Project – Contracts: Private Sector Engagement, Investments And Funding In The Bahamas And Accreditation Of Direct Access Entity In The Bahamas

Kindly peruse the Responses to Queries for the above Request for Proposals below:

For further details, peruse the official Request for Quotations here.

Expression of Interest-Institutional Gap Assessment and Develop an Action Plan for the Belize Social Investment Fund (BSIF)

The Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) has received financing from Green Climate Fund (GCF), toward the cost of the project titled “Belize GCF Readiness II (Building Capacity for Direct Access to Climate Finance)” and intends to apply part of the proceeds towards the contracting of a consultant for Institutional Gap Assessment and Develop an Action Plan for the Belize Social Investment Fund (BSIF). .

Peruse the official documents below:

The deadline for the submission of EOI’s is on or before 2:00pm (GMT-6), Friday, 24 July, 2020.

REQUEST FOR QUOTATION: Refurbishment of Top Well and Bottom Well – Union Island, SVG; Contract Number: Contract#66/2020/USAID-CCAP/SVG/CCCCC

The Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre has received financing from the USAID, toward the cost of USAID Climate Change Adaptation Program and intends to apply part of the proceeds for the “Refurbishment of Top Well and Bottom Well – Union Island, SVG.

The Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre now invites bids for the Refurbishment of Top Well and Bottom Well – Union Island, SVGBecause of the demand for water for all its wide range of purposes, these two wells have been in constant use and have suffered deterioration.  This assignment involves the refurbishment of the wells including the purchasing of materials, concrete works on the walls and security walls, installation of gates and purchase and installation of a solar submersible pump systems.

Eligible Bidders are invited to peruse the following biding documents: The deadline for submission of electronic proposals, mail to: procurement@caribbeanclimate.bz and addressed to the Executive Director, Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre, is:  on/or before Friday July 17th 2020 by 2 PM Belize Time (GMT-6).

Response to Queries: REQUEST FOR QUOTATIONS: Supply Of Water Tanks To St Vincent & The Grenadines

Kindly peruse the Response to Queries for the above Request for quotations here.

 

For further details, peruse the official Request for Quotations here.

Response to Queries- REQUEST FOR QUOTATIONS: Supply Of Water Tanks To St KITTS & NEVIS

Kindly peruse the Response to Queries for the above Request for quotations here.

For further details, peruse the official Request for Quotations here.

Request for Expression of Interest/Proposals: Consultancy Services for Building Awareness on the Issues of Water Security and Climate Change on Union Island, Mayreau and Canouan of St. Vincent and the Grenadines

The Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre has received financing from the USAID, toward the cost of Climate Change Adaptation Program and intends to apply part of the proceeds for the Project: Adapting to the Effects of Drought through increasing water storage capacity to address climate change on Union Island, Mayreau and Canouan of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Eligible bidders are invited to peruse the Request for EOIs/PROPOSALS: The deadline for submission of electronic EOIs is 2:00 PM Belize time (GMT-6) on on or before 2:00pm (GMT-6), Tuesday 30 June, 2020 to the email address procurement@carribeanclimate.bz. Consultants will be selected through the fixed budget procurement procedure. The maximum budget available for this consultancy is USD13,000. The Centre is not bound to accept any Bids received and may cancel the procurement process at any time prior to the award of contract without liability.

Extension of Deadline: Design, Supply and Delivery, Installation, Commissioning and Training of 20 kWp Grid-tied 50 % Roof mounted and 50% ground mounted Photovoltaic System at the St. Rose Modern Secondary School, St. John, Grenada.

The Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) has received funds from the Global Environmental Facility (GEF) (UNEP for the purpose of implementing the project “Energy for Sustainable Development in the Caribbean (ESD)” and intends to apply a part of the proceeds towards payments for the Contract Design, Supply and Delivery, Installation, Commissioning  and     Training of 20 kWp Grid-tied 50 % Roof mounted and 50% ground mounted  Photovoltaic System at the St. Rose Modern Secondary School, St. John, Grenada. Peruse the official documents:

New deadline for submission–  2:00pm GMT-6, Monday 22 June 2020

Request for Proposals: GCF Readiness and Preparatory Support in the Bahamas (Phase II) Project – Contracts: Private Sector Engagement, Investments and Funding in the Bahamas and Accreditation of Direct Access Entity in the Bahamas

The Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) has received funds from the Green Climate Fund (GCF) for the purpose of implementing the project “GCF Readiness and Preparatory Support in the Bahamas (Phase II)” and now invites suitably qualified firms to submit proposals to provide services under the contracts:
  1.  “Accreditation of Direct Access Entity in the Bahamas ”
  2. “Private Sector Engagement, Investments and Funding in the Bahamas ”.
Peruse the official documents: DEADLINE for submission of Proposals: on or before 2:00pm (GMT-6) Wednesday, 15 July 2020

Terms of Reference : Accounting Firm for the Sustainable Island Resource Framework (SIRF) Fund , Antigua and Barbuda

The Sustainable Island Resource Framework (SIRF) Fund  is seeking a qualified Accounting firm with relevant experts to provide accounting services to the SIRF Fund.    The Fund is seeking applications from candidate companies in the Antigua and Barbuda to provide this service.   The Fund is expected to contract the Firm in June 2020.

Suitable candidates are invited to submit the following documents: a cover letter, a curriculum vitae (CV) with contact information for three (3) references, and a financial proposal.

Email the copy of the above referenced documents to the doesirffund@ab.gov.ag CC: DOE@ab.gov.ag, at the address stated below:
Procurement Officer
SIRF Fund Board
Department of Environment
Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment
Botanical Gardens, Factory Road, St. John’s Antigua

Please use email subject line: “Accounting Services for SIRF Fund”

Deadline for applications is July 13th 2020.

Peruse the official Terms of Reference.

Peruse Official Post for more information.

 

Vacancy: – Legal Advisor (with Procurement responsibilities)

The Centre is seeking the services of an experienced in-house Legal Advisor, to draft and review legal instruments and policies, as well as, advise on matters concerning the business of the Centre, including Green Climate Fund (GCF) related activities, and to support the development and implementation of projects through procurement activities.

Peruse the official Terms of Reference.

Applications should be clearly identified as – “Vacancy for Legal / Procurement Advisor” in the subject matter of the email and be submitted as one PDF file (in the order listed above) via an email to: Ms. Ethlyn Valladares Human Resource Administrator Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) 2nd Floor, Lawrence Nicholas Building, Ring Road Belmopan City, Belize Phone: + (501) 822-1094 or 1104 Email: hr@caribbeanclimate.bz

Deadline for submission of applications: Monday July 6th 2020 at 10:00 AM Belize time (GMT-6). Late applications may be rejected.

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