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(ToR) for Procurement of Livestock for selected most Vulnerable Parents in GS Ntarama, GS Kibungo, GS Butereri, GS Ruhuha,GS Kagasa  and GS Murama (Pigs and Goats)

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CALL FOR PROPOSALS FY 21/04/004

I.     About Plan International.

Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organization (non-profit) that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. We believe in the power and potential of every child. But this is often suppressed by poverty, violence, exclusion, and discrimination. And its most affected girls. Working together with children, young people, our supporters, and partners, we strive for a just world, tackling the root causes of the challenges facing girls and all vulnerable children. We have been operating in Rwanda since 2007.

II.    ETHICS AND IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS

Plan International Rwanda is fully committed to the gender responsive safeguarding of all children and young people from all forms of violence. We take very seriously our responsibility and duty to ensure that we, as an organization, and anyone who represents us does not in any way harm, abuse or commit any other act of violence against children and young people or place them at risk of the same.

 Terms of reference for procurement of Livestock for selected most vulnerable parents in GS Ntarama, GS Kibungo, GS Butereri, GS Ruhuha,GS Kagasa  and GS Murama (PIGS AND GOATS)

1.    Rationale 

Gender responsive Education is a three years’ extension project funded in collaboration with for Plan International Sweden National Office (SNO) The project aims to promote gender-transformative education through improving gender-responsive teaching, strengthening the responsiveness of school governance to girls’ and boys’ right, empowering young women and men to be actively involved in school decision-making, promoting  SRHR education, strengthening GBV prevention efforts, strengthening community and parental support for gender-responsive education.

Supporting community with Income-generating activity is one the key activities under Gender responsive schools project to strengthening community and parental support for gender-responsive education.  It focused on creating opportunities for communities to productively use locally-available resources in order to develop less state-dependent and more self-reliant households and communities that are able to take care of themselves intend also to bring together groups parents who have students at risks of drop out, by way of missing the basic needs, such as school fees, hygiene material, lunch at school, schools’ materials including uniforms, where some student prefer to drop out and leave home to Kigali for jobs, these families were acquainted with skills on small income management, financial management, budgeting, and commercial skills. 

This ToR is prepared with the purpose of procurement of livestock (pigs and goats) for six parents associations and Pigs for youth environmental activists ( Nyamata youth Center in Bugesera district.

Objectives:

1.1    General Objective

To create opportunities and strengthening community capacity for gender-responsive education.

1.2    Specific Objectives

1.    To procure 132 Goats to GS (Ntarama and Ruhuha and Butereri).
2.    To procure 132 Pigs to GS (Kagasa , Murama and Kibungo).
3.    To procure 42 pigs to Nyamata youth center,

A.    Technical specifications for pigs to be distributed  

 Female:

1.    Pregnant female of minimum 2 months: Landrace minimum 50% cross breed and a minimum 10 months of age with a good growth of at least 80 kg. 
2.    -Will weight minimum 80 Kg for a pregnant female 
3.    A Laboratory analysis report issued by RAB for the pig selected and blood sampled are also required.
 

Males: Pietrain of minimum 50% cross breed without phenotypic and/or other anatomical defects with a minimum of 60 kg.

All pigs will be supplied by taking into consideration the following specifications:

 1.   Pigs are originated from areas which are officially free from African swine fever, Rouget 
2.    Pigs will be in quarantine/isolation while physical & blood tests before their delivery; 
3.    Pig do not show any genetic or other anatomical defects.
4.    Pigs selected will be identified by a clearly ear-tags accompanied by a veterinary health certificate issued by RAB and will be transported by truck to beneficiaries in different sectors and 42 pigs will be transported at Nyamata youth center.

5.    The supplier should be ready to replace any pig that can die from any disease or show any sign of disease within 14days after supplying.

 Quantity to be supplied

No

Items

ITEMS&SPECIFICATION

QTE per site

Number of sites /IGA

Total pigs to be supplied

 

Supply Pigs (Female and)

(Male:

To be delivered to six parents associations

Pregnant female of minimum 2 months: Landrace minimum 50% cross breed and a minimum 10 months of age with a good growth of at least 80 kg.

40

3 GS (Kagasa, Murama, and Kibungo).

120

Males: Pietrain of minimum 50% cross breed without phenotypic and/or other anatomical defects with a minimum of 60 kg.

Pigs selected will be identified by a clearly ear-tags accompanied by a veterinary health certificate issued by RAB and will be transported by truck to beneficiaries in different sectors

4

3 GS ((Kagasa, Murama,and Kibungo)

12

 

Supply of pigs ( female & male to be transported to Nyamata youth center

Pregnant female of minimum 2 months: Landrace minimum 50% cross breed and a minimum 10 months of age with a good growth of at least 80 kg.

 

Males: Pietrain of minimum 50% cross breed without phenotypic and/or other anatomical defects with a minimum of 60 kg.

40

 

 

 

 

2

Nyamata Youth center

 

 

 

Nyamata youth center

40

 

 

 

 

2

 Total pigs to be supplied in general

174

 B.    Technical specifications of Goats to be supplied:

 Shall be:

1. Female Local breed 
2. Aged between 12 and 18months age of production (Kwima) with weight between 20-25kgs
3. Without congenital diseases or affected diseases 

4. Will be supplied without anatomical defects and are originate from areas, which are officially free from goat’s epidemic disease, 
5. Will be supplied from a farm located in Rwanda;
•    Supplied goats will be accompanied with a RAB certificate 
•    Goats should be shipped by truck according to the Rwanda regulations.

6. Goats are originated from areas which are officially free from African swine fever, Rouget 
7. Goats will be in quarantine/isolation while physical & blood tests before their delivery; 
8. Goats do not show any genetic or other anatomical defects.
9. Goats selected will be identified by a clearly ear-tags accompanied by a veterinary health certificate issued by RAB and will be transported by truck to beneficiaries in different sectors 

10.The supplier should be ready to replace any pig that can die from any disease or show any sign of disease within 14days after supplying.

Quantity of Goats to be supplied

Description

Total quantity per IGA /site

Number of Site /IGA location

Total quantity to be delivered

Location of IGA/Sites

Goat females (Local breed)

40

3

120

Gs Ntarama and GS Ruhuha and Gs Butereri

Goat males  

4

3

12

Gs Ntarama and GS Ruhuha and GS Butereri

Total goats

 

 

132

 

 Additional requirements

1.    Provide a copy of diploma of veterinary technician and proof that he is registered in Rwanda Council of Veterinary Doctors (RCVD);
2.    Provision of RDB & VAT certificates
3.    Provide at least two (2) completion certificates of similar supply
4.    Provide delivery schedule not later than one month after signing the contract

Interested service providers will submit their offer, clearly marked “Supply livestock (Pigs & Goats) for six parents associations and Nyamata Youth center”   in a sealed envelope by not later than 3.00 pm of 10th May, 2021

 Done on 27th April 2021

 Submissions should be addressed to

The Chairperson -Tender Panel

Plan International Inc. Rwanda

Golden Plaza Building, Floor # 4, KG 456 St

P.O. Box 6211, Kigali, Rwanda.