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Public Call for Implementing Partners

Reference Number
Procurement procedures
Invitation for Prequalification (IFP)
Launch date
04 June 2021
, Asia/Almaty
Expected contract duration
5 years
On behalf of

Summary of Requirements

OSCE Programme Office in Nur-Sultan is announcing a public call for Implementing Partners to be included to the Roster of pre-qualified Implementing Partners (IPs) to be further engaged in implementing projects.

The Programme Office is especially interested in co-operation with non-governmental organizations possessing the necessary expertise in the following thematic areas:

  • Participation and involvement in discussion and adoption processes of environmental legislation and regulation;
  • Ensuring access to justice in environmental matters;
  • Providing access to information in the field of environmental protection;
  • Ensuring public participation in the environmental decision-making process;
  • Ensuring sustainable use of the natural resources in the protected areas;
  • Conservation of wetlands, including but not limited to: monitoring and assessing the state of wetlands, developing recommendations for listing wetlands on the Ramsar List, applying international standards Bird Life International for the protection of birds and preserving their habitat as well as Key Biodiversity Areas standard on identification of key biodiversity conservation areas.

Detailed information is in the attached Terms of Reference.

Interested organizations should submit their applications in the sealed envelope to the address below: 10 Beibitshilisik str., Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan by 18.00 local time on 18 June 2021.

List of required documents:

  1. Applicants profile (narrative part with description of field of expertise, total years of experience etc).
  2. Copy of registration documents;
  3. Copy of the official Statute/Charter;
  4. A listing of all IP Board Members, key management personnel, and proposed project staff with CVs (its obligatory to provide CVs of project manager and project accountant);
  5. A list of previous projects, including the donor, implementation period, short description of project and respective monetary values;
  6. Copies of the most recent financial statements for the IP, copies of the most recent management accounts, if available, (documents, which confirm that the IP has sufficient financial capacity to meet its obligations);
  7. Any other documents that proves IPs experience and expertise (reference letters, licenses and etc)

Assessment of applicants will be done based on provided package of documents, qualified applicants will be invited for an interview.  As a result, successful candidates will be included to the Roster of Implementing Partners as per relevant thematic areas. Inclusion to the Roster does not automatically guarantee engagement to the implementation of any project. Roster is valid for 5 years.