RFP for Recruiting a Firm to Develop Training Content and Provide Training to iWorkers and MSEs for iHuzo Project
PROCUREMENT REFERENCE NUMBER: AFR/RFP- TRAINING/APRIL/2021
Dear Prospective bidder:
Access to Finance Rwanda (AFR) is a Rwandan Not for Profit Organization, established in March 2010 by the governments of Rwanda and the United Kingdom (UK) and is currently funded by the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) former UK Department for International Development (DFID), MasterCard Foundation, USAID, and Sweden.
AFR’s strategic focus is stimulating financial sector development by partnering with financial institutions and other stakeholders to increase access to and use of financial services. We identify and address constraints that prevent the financial market from reaching Rwanda’s low-income population, and promote innovations and learning that result in sustainable change in the financial sector. Improving access to financial services for the rural poor and women is a particular focus.
AFR is guided by the making Markets work for the Poor (M4P) approach recognising that efforts to increase financial inclusion have to be market led and profitable for sustainability. AFR supports the Government of Rwanda’s development objectives by aligning all its interventions to the national policy frameworks including the Financial Sector Development Programme (FSDP) II, and the National Strategy for Transformation 2017-2024
Proposals should be directly responsive to all items, terms, conditions, specifications, and other documents referred to in this RFP.
- Requests for clarifications to the contract may be submitted until Friday 30th April 2021
- Interested parties should submit their proposals no later than Friday 7th May 2021
Responding bidders are advised that this solicitation does not in any way obligate AFR to make a contract award or compensate the responding firms for any costs associated with the preparation and submission of their proposals. Additionally, AFR may award a contract without conducting negotiations; all proposals should be submitted initially using your most favourable terms. AFR reserves the right to award any resultant contract to other than the offeror submitting the lowest price proposal based on technical excellence, schedule superiority or client request.
All communications regarding this RFP should be addressed via email:email@example.com
Below is the planned procurement schedule (subject to changes):
|a) Advert issued||Thursday 22nd April 2021|
|b) Request for clarifications||Friday 30th April 2021|
|c) Proposal closing date||Friday 7th May 2021|
|d) Evaluation process||Wednesday 19th May 2021|
|e) Notification to bidders||Tuesday 25th May 2021|
|f) Contract Signature||Friday 28th May 2021|
Jean Bosco Iyacu
Access to Finance Rwanda