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RFP-N-190503 - a national firm to provide esearch and consultation on opportunities to increase access to insurance related products in high risk coastal areas
Procurement Process :RFP - Request for proposal
Office :UNDP Vietnam - VIET NAM
Deadline :24-May-19
Posted on :15-May-19
Development Area :CONSULTANTSCONSULTANTS
Reference Number :55687
Link to Atlas Project :
00088033 - GCF-Resilient development in coastal zones
Documents :
RFP-N-190503 Link insurance sector 3.3.1
Bidding form in Words
Overview :

UNDP Vietnam is seeking for a National firm/organization to to provide research and consultation on opportunities to increase access to insurance related products in high risk coastal areas (Ref. RFP-N-190503)

The firm will be responsible for conducting an analysis of existing good practice as well as analyzing opportunities and challenges in incentivizing the development and/or scale up of locally appropriate insurance tools suitable for coastal areas.   This will include developing a research plan, conducting a desk review of global and domestic good practice, executing interviews with key stakeholders, and drafting the technical brief document. It will also require developing the agenda, speaker and invitee list for a consultation workshop on options on insurance as a tool to promote resilience in coastal areas planned for the third quarter of 2019 in Hanoi.

The selection will be based on a competitive basis and will comply with UNDP procurement regulations.

Interested offerors are invited to submit Technical and Financial proposals as required in RFP to:

Nguyen Thuy Nga
Procurement Executive, Climate change and Environment Unit
UNDP Viet Nam
304 Kim Ma, Ha Noi, Viet Nam
Tel: (+84 4) 3850 0100
Direct: (+84 4) 3850 1831
Email: nguyen.thuy.nga@undp.org

with notification by email (without attachment) to: procurement.vn@undp.org that the bidder has submitted proposal. 

UNDP will not be responsible for the missing of proposal if the bidder does not send notification email to above address.


Deadline for submission: On or before 24 May 2019