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81283693-PILUP II-Development and implementation of Integrated Land Use Plans in Ethiopia

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Application deadline

Unknown

Procedure

Open procedure

Order type

Provision of services.

Main CPV code
  • Services incidental to agricultural production
    77110000-4
Language

English

Contracting authority / owner

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
Dag-Hammarskjöld-Weg 1 - 5
65760 Eschborn
Germany
Tel.: +49 6196792981
Fax: +49 619679802981
E-Mail: daniel.backhouse@giz.de
Website: https://www.giz.de

assignment

Strong population growth is increasing the pressure on Ethiopia's land resources. In most parts of the country, there is an unregulated expansion of settlement areas. This leads to conflicts, especially in peri-urban areas and certain rural agglomerations, where agricultural and urban interests compete and other relevant interests (e.g. of the civil society, private sector, etc.) often remain marginal. The continuous growth of settlements results in the loss of valuable agricultural land and important ecosystems. At the local level, many districts (woredas) have sectoral land use plans, but these do not integrate non-agricultural aspects. National strategic interests and environmental concerns are not given enough consideration. On the other hand, urban planning takes little account of the interests of agricultural land users and conducts planning without any consultation. National and regional levels have not yet defined rules and procedures for a systematic and transparent integrated land use planning that is in line with international human rights standards. The technical equipment of the respective national and regional authorities is inadequate. There is currently no institution charged and/or able to enforce existing land use plans. Training capacities for academic education as well as vocational training to fill future positions in integrated land use planning are insufficient and curricula and training modules need to be brought up to international standards. Effective participation mechanisms for the private sector and civil society are not available and very little experience exists within the administration with participatory approaches. In summary, the institutional and regulatory framework for integrated land use planning at the national level and in selected regions is inadequate (core problem).The module objective of the project is to improve the institutional and regulatory framework for integrated land use planning at national level and in selected regions according to international human rights standards.In order to achieve this objective, the TC measure aims at strengthening the regulatory and institutional capacities of national and regional authorities in line with international human rights standards. Furthermore, the project aims at strengthening the capacities of authorities and other stakeholders to implement participatory planning procedures - also in line with international human rights standards. In this regard, the project focuses on areas with high competition for land (i.e. hotspots). In addition, education and training opportunities for integrated land use planning professionals at various professional levels will be improved by developing a respective university curriculum as well as training modules for regional TVET colleges. The project complies with the agreements reached under the Compact with Africa initiative and is part of the reform partnership between Germany and Ethiopia. As an accompanying measure, coo...
Strong population growth is increasing the pressure on Ethiopia's land resources. In most parts of the country, there is an unregulated expansion of settlement areas. This leads to conflicts, especially in peri-urban areas and certain rural agglomerations, where agricultural and urban interests compete...
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Germany-Eschborn: Services incidental to agricultural production

2022/S 089-244809

Corrigendum

Notice for changes or additional information

Services

(Supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union, 2022/S 082-221478)

Legal Basis:
Directive 2014/24/EU

Section I: Contracting authority/entity

I.1)Name and addresses
Official name: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
Postal address: Dag-Hammarskjöld-Weg 1 - 5
Town: Eschborn
NUTS code: DE71A Main-Taunus-Kreis
Postal code: 65760
Country: Germany
E-mail: daniel.backhouse@giz.de
Telephone: +49 6196792981
Fax: +49 619679802981
Internet address(es):
Main address: https://www.giz.de

Section II: Object

II.1)Scope of the procurement
II.1.1)Title:

81283693-PILUP II-Development and implementation of Integrated Land Use Plans in Ethiopia

Reference number: 81283693
II.1.2)Main CPV code
77110000 Services incidental to agricultural production
II.1.3)Type of contract
Services
II.1.4)Short description:

Strong population growth is increasing the pressure on Ethiopia's land resources. In most parts of the country, there is an unregulated expansion of settlement areas. This leads to conflicts, especially in peri-urban areas and certain rural agglomerations, where agricultural and urban interests compete and other relevant interests (e.g. of the civil society, private sector, etc.) often remain marginal. The continuous growth of settlements results in the loss of valuable agricultural land and important ecosystems. At the local level, many districts (woredas) have sectoral land use plans, but these do not integrate non-agricultural aspects. National strategic interests and environmental concerns are not given enough consideration. On the other hand, urban planning takes little account of the interests of agricultural land users and conducts planning without any consultation. National and regional levels have not yet defined rules and procedures for a systematic and transparent integrated land use planning that is in line with international human rights standards. The technical equipment of the respective national and regional authorities is inadequate. There is currently no institution charged and/or able to enforce existing land use plans. Training capacities for academic education as well as vocational training to fill future positions in integrated land use planning are insufficient and curricula and training modules need to be brought up to international standards. Effective participation mechanisms for the private sector and civil society are not available and very little experience exists within the administration with participatory approaches. In summary, the institutional and regulatory framework for integrated land use planning at the national level and in selected regions is inadequate (core problem).

The module objective of the project is to improve the institutional and regulatory framework for integrated land use planning at national level and in selected regions according to international human rights standards.

In order to achieve this objective, the TC measure aims at strengthening the regulatory and institutional capacities of national and regional authorities in line with international human rights standards. Furthermore, the project aims at strengthening the capacities of authorities and other stakeholders to implement participatory planning procedures - also in line with international human rights standards. In this regard, the project focuses on areas with high competition for land (i.e. hotspots). In addition, education and training opportunities for integrated land use planning professionals at various professional levels will be improved by developing a respective university curriculum as well as training modules for regional TVET colleges. The project complies with the agreements reached under the Compact with Africa initiative and is part of the reform partnership between Germany and Ethiopia. As an accompanying measure, cooperation to promote sustainable land policy has been agreed.

The term of the project is 3 years from 01.01.2022 to 31.12.2024 and the German TC contribution will cost up to EUR 5,000,000.

Section VI: Complementary information

VI.5)Date of dispatch of this notice:
03/05/2022
VI.6)Original notice reference
Notice number in the OJ S: 2022/S 082-221478

Section VII: Changes

VII.1)Information to be changed or added
VII.1.2)Text to be corrected in the original notice
Section number: IV.2.2
Place of text to be modified: Extension of deadline
Instead of:
Date: 24/05/2022
Local time: 12:00
Read:
Date: 30/05/2022
Local time: 12:00
Section number: IV.2.7
Place of text to be modified: Extension of bid opening
Instead of:
Date: 24/05/2022
Local time: 12:00
Read:
Date: 30/05/2022
Local time: 12:00
VII.2)Other additional information: