Tender Nº: 06/05/2022/BRD/HC&CS/CS
ASSIGNMENT TITLE:
Lot 1- CONSULTANCY FIRM TO SUPPORT THE DEVELOPMENT BANK OF RWANDA
(BRD) IN CONDUCTING PERIODIC IMPACT EVALUATION STUDIES TO DOCUMENT KEY DEVELOPMENT IMPACT OUTCOMES, CHALLENGES, LESSONS LEARNED, SUCCESS STORIES, AND FACTSHEET INSIGHTS
Lot 2 – CONSULTANCY TO SUPPORT THE DEVELOPMENT BANK OF RWANDA (BRD) IN CONDUCTING MARKET RESEARCH TO ENHANCE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT, SECTOR-SPECIFIC FINANCING, GATHERING DATA AND INSIGHTS, AND SERVICE DELIVERY IMPROVEMENT

The Development Bank of Rwanda (BRD) seeks to hire a well-qualified consultancy firm to conduct periodic impact evaluation studies and market research as mentioned in the above assignment title. The interested bidder is allowed to bid on one or both lots.
The Request for Proposal in English may be obtained from procurement office from, 26th/05/2022 during office hours (8:00 am to 6:00 pm, Local time) upon presentation of proof of payment of a non-refundable fee of Twenty Thousand (20,000 Frw) deposited on the account Nº 593412700910118 of BRD opened in BPR Bank.
Well bound and sealed proposals presented in 3 copies one of which marked “Original” and 2 hard copies marked “Copy” of the technical and financial separately bids. These should be sent to the BRD, PO BOX 1341, Kigali Rwanda, not later than Thursday, 26/05/2022, at 10:00am prompt local time, and will be opened in the presence of bidders or their representatives who choose to attend at BRD headquarters – Nyarugenge District, Nyarugenge Sector, Kigali City immediately after submission of bids.
Please note that technical proposals will be separated from financial proposals, put in separate envelopes and written in English. The two proposals being put in an outer envelope will bear name, address of the bidder, reference of the tender notice and shall be marked as follows:Lot 1- CONSULTANCY FIRM TO SUPPORT THE DEVELOPMENT BANK OF RWANDA
(BRD) IN CONDUCTING PERIODIC IMPACT EVALUATION STUDIES TO DOCUMENT KEY DEVELOPMENT IMPACT OUTCOMES, CHALLENGES, LESSONS LEARNED, SUCCESS STORIES, AND FACTSHEET INSIGHTS
Lot 2 – CONSULTANCY TO SUPPORT THE DEVELOPMENT BANK OF RWANDA (BRD) IN CONDUCTING MARKET RESEARCH TO ENHANCE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT, SECTOR-SPECIFIC FINANCING, GATHERING DATA AND INSIGHTS, AND SERVICE DELIVERY IMPROVEMENT

DO NOT OPEN EXCEPT IN PUBLIC SESSION ON 26th/05/2022
Enquiries regarding this tender may be addressed in writing to:
Development Bank of Rwanda,
P.O. Box 1341 Kigali Rwanda
procurement@brd.rw and copying to the brd@brd.rw
The successful bidder shall be selected under and in compliance with the Quality Cost Based Selection method (QCBS) as described in the Request for Proposals.
The technical proposals will be immediately opened in the presence of the bidders’ representatives who wish to attend the opening session in BRD meeting.

Sincerely,

Nadine TETA MBABAZI

Head of Human Capital and Corporate Services

Kampeta SAYINZOGA

Chief Executive Office

 


RE-ADVERTISED TENDER Nº: 023/11/2021/BRD/HC&CS/CS
ASSIGNMENT TITLE: SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF A SOUND SYSTEM
The Development Bank of Rwanda needs to procure of a sound system for resolve an emergency management, a standardized addressable intercom is a major tool as far as emergencies and evacuation during a disaster are concerned from a well-established, qualified, and financially viable companies.

In this regard, the Development Bank of Rwanda (BRD) invites the interested and potential companies to submit their bids for the above-mentioned services according to the technical specification detailed in the tender document.

The site visit is planned on 18th /05/2022.

The Tender document in English may be obtained from procurement office from, 12th /05/2022 during office hours (8:00 am to 6:00 pm, Local time) upon presentation of proof of payment of a non-refundable fee of Twenty Thousand (20,000 Frw) deposited on the account Nº 593412700910118 of BRD opened in BPR BANK.

Well bound and sealed bids presented in 3 hard copies, one of them marked “Original” and 2 hard copies marked “Copy” of the bids. The Bids shall be valid for a period of 120 days and should be submitted in BRD procurement office at the address BRD, PO BOX 1341, Kigali Rwanda, not later than, 27th /05/2022, at 10:00am local time.

The bids will be immediately opened in the presence of the bidders’ representatives who wish to attend the opening session in BRD meeting room on ground floor. Please note that the bids will be put in an envelope indicating the name, the address of the prospective bidder and title which will be marked as follows:

SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF A SOUND SYSTEM

Do not open except in public session on 27th /05/2022.
Enquiries regarding this tender may be addressed in writing to:
Development Bank of Rwanda, P.O. Box 1341 Kigali Rwanda
procurement@brd.rw and copying to the brd@brd.rw

Sincerely,

Nadine TETA MBABAZI

Head of Human Capital and Corporate Services

Kampeta SAYINZOGA

Chief Executive Office

 


Tender No: 007/05/2022/BRD/HC&CS/CS
Assignment Title: REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR HIRING A LAW FIRM OR INDIVIDUAL LAWYER TO PROVIDE LEGAL ASSISTANCE IN THE LISTED AREAS OF INTERVENTION UNDER THE SCOPE OF SERVICES
1. Background:
The Development Bank of Rwanda (“The Bank”) continues to venture into areas of business that are strategic for the country’s economic growth. The areas of intervention include but are not limited to energy, agriculture, housing, exports, education, housing, and special projects. Undoubtedly, these business sectors come with legal questions that the Bank is always keen to resolve.

Given the expansive nature of the areas of intervention and the importance of providing efficient service, the Bank finds it prudent to hire services of legal experts to close this gap.
The legal experts would not only provide legal solutions to the Bank but would also provide capacity building to the Legal Department team of the Bank

In this regard, the Development Bank of Rwanda (BRD) requests interested and potential law firms or individual lawyers to submit offers for the above-mentioned services according to the terms of reference detailed in the Request for Proposal.

2. Objective of the assignment:
Given the above context that the Bank would like to invite offers from experienced law firms or individual lawyers, (the bidder can be either a firm or an individual) to provide legal assistance in the listed areas of intervention under the Scope of Services.

3. Scope of Work
The services to be provided by the bidder include but are not limited to the following:
1. Provide legal advice and support in the following sectors:
1. Legal Operations of Development Banks
2. Finance and Banking
3. Land and property matters
4. Taxation
5. Labor law
6. Energy
7. Agriculture
8. Infrastructure
9. Manufacturing
10. Corporate governance and Company Law
11. Contract Law
12. Intellectual property
13. Environmental law

NB:

1. The Bidder may submit a bid for areas not listed above as long as the bidder is able to explain how it aligns with interests of a Bank.
2. Drafting of legal agreements in English or French and Kinyarwanda. It is not a prerequisite to master all the three languages. Bidder need only demonstrate their expertise in the chosen language.
3. Review of the Bank’s policies to ensure alignment with local laws.
4. Providing legal opinions on areas of interest to the Bank including periodic legal updates on new laws.
5. Providing Capacity training to the Legal Team as required.
6. Represent and assist the bank before courts of law in Rwanda and in Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) proceedings in the areas of intervention listed in 1.
4. Duration of the contract
This service will be provided under a framework contract whose duration will be agreed upon on awarding of the contract.
5. Years of experience of the bidder
Bidders must comply with the following:
1. If the bidder is an entity (law firm), a minimum of 5 to 10 years of working experience in the chosen area under the scope of services is required. However, the law firm should ensure that it has lawyers with at least 5 to 10 years of working experience in the chosen area under the scope of services. Please note that more weight will be given to the profile of the individual Lawyers regardless of the experience of the law firm.
2. If the bidder is an individual lawyer (meaning they opt not to bid as a law firm), he or she should have at least 5 to 10 years of experience working in the area under the scope of services.
6. Other requirements
Bidders shall submit the following documentation in the bid document:
i) Cover Letter addressed to the Chief Executive Officer of BRD clearly indicating the scope of services that the bidder is bidding for and clarity on whether the bidder is an entity or individual. It is not a requirement to bid for all services.
ii) Valid tax clearance certificate.
iii) Certificate of Company Incorporation if the bidder is an entity.
iv) Lawyers Card or Individual annual license if the bidder is an individual.
v) At least three (3) letters of recommendation certifying the successful completion of services the bidder is interested in.
vi) Detailed profile of the bidder(s).
7. Selection process
The law firm or individual lawyer will be selected using the selection based on Quality Based Selection. Set out in the procurement policy. The bidders will be required to present their proposals to a panel set by BRD

All Interested Consultants are invited to download:

to be filled. Further information can be submitted at the following email addresses: procurement@brd.rw and copying to the brd@brd.rw during office hours (8:00 am to 6:00 pm).

The expression of interest must be delivered in written form addressed to the Chief Executive Officer of Development Bank of Rwanda on the following address: procurement@brd.rw and copying to the brd@brd.rw not later than 27/ 05/2022 at 5:00pm Kigali time (GMT +2).

Sincerely,

Nadine TETA MBABAZI

Head of Human Capital and Corporate Services

Kampeta SAYINZOGA

Chief Executive Office

Request to employers to comply with the law nº 44/2015 of 14/09/2015 governing the student loans and bursaries

Request to employers to comply with the law nº 44/2015 of 14/09/2015 governing the student loans and bursaries

Pursuant to the provisions of the law nº 44/2015 of 14/09/2015 governing the student loans and bursaries, employers having staff who benefited from the student loans scheme have a duty to inform the Development Bank of Rwanda (BRD), a financial institution that has been mandated by the Government to manage the student loan scheme, in writing about their staff who benefited from student loans. The announcement in attachment serves to kindly request the employers to fill the form also attached and submit it to BRD through education@brd.rw in PDF, or submitted to BRD, Education Finance offices, located at Muhima KN2 Av34.

For more information on the process to be followed please refer to the announcement below:

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The Development Bank of Rwanda (BRD) wishes to request all employers having staff who have benefited from the student loans scheme from 1980 to comply with the law nº 44/2015 of 14/09/2015 governing the student loans and bursaries. Therefore, BRD requests the concerned employers and staff members the following:

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