Environmental Impact Assessment Consultancy in Kenya

Katiko Beach Management Unit (BMU)

Request for Expression of Interest (REOI)

Environmental Impact Assessment Consultancy

Background Information: United States African Development Foundation (USADF) provides grants to African organizations and enterprises that increase economic opportunities among the underserved communities in Africa.

USADF launched the Kenya Food Security Program in March 2011 and has since funded twenty-four organizations involved in agriculture, fishing, livestock and micro-credit.

The grants provide people with the opportunity to engage in the development process and gain food security, economic, and social benefits. USADF grants respond to applicants’ requests by actively engaging the local community group or enterprise in the design and implementation of the grant activities.

This ensures that outcomes will best address the real community needs. USADF measures grant success in terms of jobs, increased production and income levels and improved social conditions.

CEZAM and Associates Ltd., an accounting and business development consultancy firm, is the local partner for USADF in Kenya, responsible with providing direct technical assistance and support to grassroots groups who are recipients of USADF grants. The partnership ensures that grantees have access to the support services they need to successfully plan and implement their development activities at the grassroots level.

Katiko Beach Management Unit, with offices in Katiko along Kataboi – Todonyang road, Turkana North District, got grant from USADF and now requests proposals from eligible and qualified consultancy firms or individuals to train not more than 40 members in Katiko Town, Turkana County of grantee groups’ members on Environmental Impact Assessment

Objectives: The objective of the consulting service is to provide Katiko BMU with technical support in managing their fishing capacity building project in terms of involving themselves in a serious business through providing them with a roadmap of carrying out a business activity. And also to assess the environmental Impact of the fishing capacity building project they propose to work on.

The scope of the assignment will include but not limited to:

The consultant will provide the following services:

  • Environmental Impact Assessment-Provide the technical support in assessing the environmental impacts that affect the fishing capacity building project.
  • Developing the Environmental Impact Assessment Report detailing all environmental issues affecting the fishing capacity building project which Katiko BMU proposed to do.

Katiko BMU now invites eligible consulting firms to indicate their interest in providing the services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the services. The following are the criteria for selection of the consultancy firms required to provide the services:

  • E.I.A Experience for one of the lead Consultant
  • NEMA (National Environmental Management Authority) practicing license for the lead consultant
  • KRA PIN certificate
  • Incorporation Certificate
  • Business Permit
  • Tax Compliance

Please attach the documents required for selection.

N/B: Payment will be done as follows; 50% Upfront, 30% upon submission of the Training Report and 20% upon submission of the NEMA Certificate

Bids should be sent to

Procurement Committee/Enterprise Manager,
Katiko Beach Management Unit,
Kataboi – Todonyang Road,
P.O. Box 34 – 30500 Lodwar.
Tel: +254-795 465 914.

OR by email to: Katikobmu2018@gmail.com and copied to w.juma@cezam-usadf.org not later than March 30, 2018

Physical Adress: Along Kataboi – Todonyang road

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Updated: March 20, 2018 — 2:42 pm