EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCY ON ROUTE-TO-MARKET STRATEGY FOR KENYAN TEA VALUE CHAIN
TENDER NO: KOMEX/TTS/01/2023-2024
TENDER FOR SUPPLY, DELIVERY, INSTALLATION, CUSTOMIZATION, COMMISSIONING AND EQUIPPING OF A COMMODITIES EXCHANGE TRADING TECHNOLOGY SUITE WITH OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE SUPPORT FOR KOMEX
TENDER NO: MITI/SDT/OSBP/OT/001/2023-2024
CALL FOR TENDER OF THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF UNDERGROUND, HIGH AND LOW LEVEL WATER TANKS, SEPTIC TANK, SEWER SYSTEM, PUBLIC TOILETS, COLD ROOM, HAZARDOUS ROOM AND TRANSHIPMENT SHED AT MOYALE BORDER POST
TENDER NO: MITI/SDT/OSBP/OT/002/2023-2024
TENDER DOSSIER FOR THE SUPPLY OF ICT EQUIPMENT, MINI LAB EQUIPMENT AND FURNITURE
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (REOI) SELECTION OF INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT
TERMS OF REFERENCES (ToRs)
FOR A SHORT-TERM CONSULTANT - NATIONAL PROJECT COORDINATOR
FOR KENYA MOYALE BORDER POST UPGRADING PROJECT
FUNDED UNDER COMESA EDF 11 TRADE FACILITATION PROGRAMME
- INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND
In November 2018, the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) Secretariat and the European Union (EU) signed a Euro 48 million COMESA Trade Facilitation Programme (TFP) funded by the EU under the 11th European Development Fund (EDF) for the benefit of its Member States. The overall objective of the TFP is to play a fundamental role in deepening regional integration, improving inclusive regional economic growth and enhancing competitiveness of the COMESA region. The specific objectives of the TFP are to increase intra-regional trade flows of goods, persons and services by reducing the costs/delays of imports/exports at specific border posts through reduction of non-tariff barriers (NTBs), implementation of digital FTA, the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA), and improvements of coordinated border management (CBM) and liberalization of trade in services and free movement of persons.
Kenya is among the 21 Member States of COMESA, the largest of the eight Regional Economic Communities (RECs) recognized by the African Union, with an evenly distributed population of above 540 million. The trade integration agenda of COMESA includes a functioning Free Trade Area (FTA) currently comprised of 16 Member States-Kenya inclusive, various trade and transport facilitation instruments, the creation of a Customs Union as well as the progressive liberalization of trade in services, investments and the free movement of persons in the region. Facilitating trade among the COMESA Member States has been identified as one of the key functions that will enable all the Member States to attain each Members economic growth objectives.
As part of the TFP modalities of implementation, the Ministry of Investments Trade and Industry (MITI) of the Government of Republic of Kenya and the COMESA Secretariat signed a sub-delegation agreement for the implementation of the coordinated border management activities and trade and transport facilitation instruments at Moyale border post (between Kenya and Ethiopia) on 16th May 2023 The agreement is worth KES 350 Million and aims to enhance trade facilitation activities at the border post through upgrading the cross-border infrastructure and equipment, simplifying and modernizing border procedures and processes, enhancing automation and electronic exchange of information among the border agencies and raising awareness and building capacity of relevant stakeholders.
The project will be under the management and supervision of the MITI. It will be implemented in accordance with the agreed terms and conditions with the COMESA Secretariat and as spelt out in sub-delegation agreement. The MITI, being a government institution tasked to spearhead the trade integration agenda in Kenya, shall provide overall supervision for the implementation of the project through the established frameworks which include the National Trade Facilitation Committees (NTFC) and relevant border agencies and key stakeholders. To support the implementation of the project, the MITI plans to engage consultants and short-term expertise to provide necessary technical and expertise support as and when required. In this regard, MITI intends to recruit a Project Coordinator on a short-term basis who can support the initial phase of implementation of the project.
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR THE LEASING AND OPERATION OF THE RESTAURANT AND HOSTEL BUSINESS (ACCOMMADATION WING) ON LR.209/67/5 KENYA INSTITUTE OF TRADE AND ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT (KITED) BUILDING PARKLANDS
The Ministry of Industrialization, Trade and Enterprise Development, State Department for Trade and Enterprise Development invites Expression of Interest (EOI) from reputable and experienced hoteliers to lease/ renting out restaurant and Hostel Business (Accommodation Wing) of the upcoming Trade Centre- Kenya Institute of Trade and Enterprise Development Building (KITED) located along Ojijo Road in Parklands, Nairobi.
Prospective and eligible firms are invited to express interest in leasing / renting out restaurant with a fully furnished kitchen and Hostel Business (Accommodation Wing) which is 40 rooms fully furnished ready for occupancy as-is. A lease will be awarded to furnish, brand and operate the Hostel Business (Accommodation Wing) and restaurant within a period of not more than three months (3) of lease signing.