Call for expression of interest

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Call for expression of interest for consultancy services

The EU-founded Programme for Regional Economic Development in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (GIZ RED), in the framework of its activities for promotion of regional governance, has recently launched the Scheme for financial support (SFS), as a support instrument designed to assist the eight planning regions in Macedonia which are represented by the Councils for development of the planning regions (RCs) and the Centres for development of the planning regions (CRDs).

The SFS funds will be distributed to qualified applicants based on a positive assessment of their applications for approval of an SFS grant. As an accompanying support measure to the scheme, the GIZ RED intends to provide consultancy support to the RCs/CRDs with the aim to enable preparation of complete and high-quality applications.

The required consultancy expertise should correspond to the sectors of eligible project proposals which include, but are not limited to regional economic development, business related infrastructure, roads, environment, energy efficiency, renewable energy sources, tourism, water supply and sewage systems, waste water treatment, and integrated solid waste management. The expected expertise is to be provided in the form of technical knowledge to the responsible institutions in order to develop full application form within defined criteria and standards.

The interested Macedonian consultants/companies are invited to express their interest by delivering CVs to Ms. Elena Brown ( latest by February 2nd, 2015, 17:00h (Monday). The ttentative time period for providing the consultancy services is February/March 2015 and for some also during the period May/June 2015.

Програмата за регионален економски развој РЕД ГИЗ, Канцеларија Скопје, објавува повик за пројавување интерес за обезбедување консултантски услуги.

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