Friday, May 12, 2017

The Development of Agriculture Land Use and Management Guidelines in Rwanda

The Rwanda Private Sector Driven Agriculture Growth (PSDAG) is a 5-Year project funded by USAID Rwanda that started in August, 2014. The goal of PSDAG is to increase smallholder farmers’ incomes by promoting private sector investments that contribute to the Government of Rwanda’s (GoR’s) Vision 2020 aim of “transforming agriculture into a market-oriented, competitive, and
high-value sector
1.Instructionsto Offerors
IRG,theBuyer,issoliciting proposalsfromqualified, professional consulting firms or individuals to supportIRGin the provision of services with regard to the development of Agriculture Land Use and Management Guidelines in Rwanda
Land is a finite constraint in Rwanda, and the mountainous topography of the country means that there are only 1.5 million Ha of available arable land. Agricultural land plots are very small (80% of land holdings are less than 1 Ha, often divided into three to four plots), and over 70% of agricultural land is either on hills or on the side of hills. Because about 80% of the population of Rwanda lives in rural areas and is engaged in agriculture to some extent, finding ways to increase agricultural productivity is the key to reducing poverty. The government of Rwanda (GoR) has therefore made agricultural development a priority and allocated significant resources to improving productivity, expanding the livestock sector, promoting sustainable land management, and developing supply chains and value-added activities.
The qualified vendor will provide necessary technical services for the development ofAgriculture Land Use and Management Guidelines in Rwanda.
1.2.Offer Deadline
The deadline for receiving proposals is 5 pm, EST, Friday, June 2,2017.Offerors shall submit their proposal selectronically by email only to email:
A bidder’s conference will be held at the PSDAG office in Kigali Rwanda on Friday May 19, 2017 from 10 am to 12 pm.
Written questions may be submitted to through May 18, 2017 5pm EST.
Offerors are responsible for ensuring that their offers are received in accordance with the instructions stated herein.Late offers may be considered at the discretion of IRG.IRG can not guarantee that late offers will be considered.
1.3.Submission of Offers
The Offeror must submit the proposal electronically with up to 3 attachments(5MB limit) per email compatible with MSWord,MSExcel,readable format,or Adobe Portable Document (PDF) formatin a MicrosoftXP environment.Off erors must not submit zipped files.Those pages requiring original manual signatures should be scanned and sent in PDF format as an email attachment.

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