Tsavo Trust has received funding through the European Union via the CITES MIKE Programme to support ‘Combating Wildlife Crime and Strengthening Transboundary Collaboration in Tsavo West National Park, Kenya’ This project aims to stop illegal killing and trafficking of protected wildlife species in southern and eastern Africa and the Indian Ocean through improved management of shared ecosystems, including strengthening law enforcement capacity and cross-border collaboration in combating wildlife crime. This will be achieved through the implementation of three complementary specific objectives, of which the CITES MIKE Programme is responsible for the delivery of the first:
Capacity and collaboration for combating wildlife crime impacting CITES-listed species in key transboundary conservation landscapes strengthened.
As part of this project Tsavo Trust is pleased to invite prospective bidders to submit a response in accordance with the Schedule of Requirements as set out in this RFQ for:
|The Rehabilitation of existing Security Staff Accommodation at Maktau and Lake Jipe Kenya Wildlife Service Southern Sector Bases, Tsavo West National Park, Kenya (as per Annex III: Structural Drawings and Annex IV: BOQs)||1 Jipe Base Rehabilitation
2 Maktau Base Rehabilitation
The RFQ consists of the following:
If you are interested in submitting a bid in response to this RFQ, please prepare your bid in accordance with the requirements and procedure as set out in this RFQ and submit it to Tsavo Trust by the deadline for bid submission set out in Section I: RFQ Particulars.
Please refer to Section I: RFQ Particulars for additional information.
We look forward to receiving your bid.
Name: Richard Moller
Title: Chief Executive Officer – Tsavo Trust
Date: 9th November 2022