UNHCR
Provision of services to support the institutionalization of participatory, innovative, and forward-looking planning and policy development in migration management in North Macedonia Request for proposal

Reference: RFP/MCD/2021/01
Beneficiary country(ies): Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic
Registration level: Level 1
Published on: 14-Jul-2021
Deadline on: 19-Aug-2021 23:59 (GMT 2.00) Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris

Description

Under overall coordination of UNHCR, in collaboration with IOM and UNFPA, advise and support the UN system in North Macedonia to:

  • Build capacities and systems for improved participatory, forward-looking, and innovative migration management for national stakeholders with competences in the area of migration management, with particular focus on the entities represented in the Inter-ministerial body.
  • Develop capacities for foresight and future thinking across key relevant stakeholders to advocate for a society wide adoption of forward-looking planning and policy development in the domains of UNHCR interest (protection and solutions).

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Elvedina Percuklievska - maricel@unhcr.org, Tel: +389 071 387 148
Email: maricel@unhcr.org
First name: Elvedina
Surname: Percuklievska
Telephone country code: Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic (+389)
Telephone number: 071 387 148
Petar Dimitrov - dimitrop@unhcr.org, Tel: +389 70 408 412
Email: dimitrop@unhcr.org
First name: Petar
Surname: Dimitrov
Telephone country code: Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic (+389)
Telephone number: 70 408 412
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Energy efficiency, greenhouse gas reporting and emission offsetting.

Gender issues Social

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Gender mainstreaming, targeted employment of women, promotion of women-owned businesses.

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The tender contains sustainability considerations regarding local SMEs, local communities or disadvantaged groups.

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Reserved labour opportunities for local communities, use of local materials, reserved procurements for local companies

J  -  Services
93000000  -  Politics and Civic Affairs Services
93100000  -  Political systems and institutions
93101500  -  Political bodies
93101504  -  Political legislature services
Deadline extended until 19/08/2021 - 23:59 hrs CET

Changed/edited on: 04-Aug-2021 08:51
Changed/edited by: maricel@unhcr.org