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Cablegate: Request for Expression of Interest For

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DE RUEHTO #1006/01 2971535
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
R 231535Z OCT 08
FM AMEMBASSY MAPUTO
TO RUCPDOC/USDOC WASHDC
RUEHSA/AMEMBASSY PRETORIA 6127
RUEHJO/AMCONSUL JOHANNESBURG 0824
RUEHTN/AMCONSUL CAPE TOWN 0469
INFO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC 9469
RUCNSAD/SOUTHERN AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY
RUCPCIM/CIMS NTDB WASHDC

UNCLAS SECTION 01 OF 02 MAPUTO 001006

SIPDIS

USDOC FOR 3131/ANESA
USDOC FOR 3140/ITA/CS/ODO
USDOC FOR 4510/ITA/MAC/OA
DEPT PLS PASS AID/AFR/SA AND G/EGAD/BD
DEPT PLS PASS EXIM BANK, TDA, AND OPIC
JOHANNESBURG FOR FCS
CAPE TOWN ALSO FOR FCS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: BEXP ETRD ECON MZ
SUBJECT: REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR
CONSULTANT SERVICES Q TRNSFRONTIER CONSERVATION AREAS
AND TOURISM PROJECTS DEVELOPMENT PROJECT (TFCATDP)

MAPUTO 00001006 001.2 OF 002


1. 787/10/T020

2. 10/23/08

3. RDOUGHTEN

4. 787 MOZAMBIQUE

5. -

6A. REPLY TO:

6B. Att: Bartolomeu Soto, Project Coordinator and Head
of TFCA Unit
Transfrontier Coordination Areas Unit
(TFCAU)/Ministry of Tourism
Av. 25 de Setembro, 1123 Q 3rd Floor Suite C
Maputo, Mozambique
Tel: (258 21) 302 362
Fax: (258 21) 302 373
E-mail: rmuchate@tvcabo.co.mz or bsoto@tvcabo.co.mz

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Trade Opportunity Information
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7. The Government of Mozambique has received a credit
from the IDA, a Grant from Global Environment Facility
and PHRD Grant from the Government of Japan, towards the
costs of the Trans frontier Conservation Areas and
Tourism Development Project (TFCATDP). The project
encompasses a series of activities to be implemented in
the contest of four Trans frontier Conservation Areas
(TFCAs) in the country: the Limpopo TFCA; the Lubombo
TFCA; the Chimanimani TFCA and the ZIMOZA TFCA. The
Government intends to use portion of the fund to
commission consultancy service that will propose a
conducive framework for private sector investment and
site allocation to project implementation. The
objective of this consultancy is to build up a legal,
institutional and contractual framework that should
regulate the rights and obligations of public
authorities competent for selecting, contracting and
managing contracts with the private sector interested in
developing tourism projects in the APITQs, excluding the
concessions for the exploitation of areas of public
domain. This will include, but not limited to, Legal
Diplomas and respective legal reasoning, standard Bid
Documents, Evaluation Methodologies, Institutional terms
of reference and Implementation handbooks.

8. The consultant should demonstrate valuable
experience in the relevant fields, in particular, the
team should be composed at least by two technicians, one
with a degree in Law and other in Tourism Development
and Management or Social Sciences and both have to have
extensive experience (at least 5 years) in drafting
legal regimes and instruments, particularly pertaining
to tourism and related fields, knowledge of the legal
framework in practice in Mozambique, proficiency in
Portuguese and English, good interpersonal and
facilitation skills as well as communications skills.
To have participated in the drafting of policies and
regulations in the field of tourism development in
Mozambique or in the region, knowledge of the
institutional framework of the public sector in
Mozambique, as well as participated in the drafting of
regulations for tourism concessions in conservation
areas and knowledge of basic conservation and
biodiversity management principles, constitute
advantages. .

9. The TFCA Unit is the implementing agency for the
project under which the services are required and now
invites eligible Consulting firms to indicate their
interest in providing the services. Interested
Consulting firms must provide information indicating

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that they are qualified to perform the services
(brochures, description of similar assigments,
experience in similar conditions, availability of
appropriate skills among staff, etc). Consultant firms
may associate to enhance their qualifications.
Consultancy forms will be selected in accordance with
the procedures set out in the World BankQs Guidelines:
Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank
Borrowers (edition May 2004, revised October 2006).
Interested consultants may obtain a full set of the
Terms of Reference at the address provided on Item 6B,
during office hours (08:00 to 15:30 local time), and
expressions of interest must be delivered at the same
address by October 31, 2008.

10. For more information on this or other trade and
investment matters in Mozambique, please contact us at:

Political/Economic Officer Robert Doughten, or
Economic/Commercial Assistant Elizabeth Filipe

Political/ Economic Section - U.S. Embassy
2330 Maputo Pl
Washington, DC 20521-2330

Tel.: 258-21-49-27-97 or
Fax: 258-21-49-38-57
E-mail: filipeec@state.gov
Or Embassy website: http://maputo.usembassy.gov/

CHAPMAN

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