Kenya Country in East Africa

Lead Project Delivery Management

Organization  IPPF  Posted date: 13 Oct 2020  Closing date: 30 Oct 2020 Country Kenya City Nairobi Organization International Planned Parenthood Federation Type Job Career Category Program/Project Management Years of experience 5-9 years Theme Health JOB PURPOSE The job holder is responsible for ensuring the achievement of the regional approved projects in order to sustain and attract donor funding and continuously serve beneficiaries. ...

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Request for Proposals to Conduct Health Economics Research in Uganda And Nigeria

Organization: PSI  Posted: 5 Oct 2020  Closing date: 16 Oct 2020 PSI Department: Sexual and Reproductive HealthProject Overview PSI’s Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) Department supports programs in 37 countries (and counting) to deliver high-quality family planning and safe abortion services to women and girls. Among the department’s current projects is Delivering Innovation in Self-Care (DISC)—a five-year intervention that is funded ...

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RFP – Geothermal Advisory Board Consultancy Services, GDC, Kenya

Kifaru II rig of GDC on site at Paka, Baringo-Silali geothermal project, Kenya  GDC in Kenya is asking for proposals for Geothermal Advisory Council consultancy services for a two-year time period. The Geothermal Development Company (GDC) in Kenya has published a “Request for Proposal for its Geothermal Advisory Board (GAB) Consultancy Services for GDC Ltd. for a Period of two ...

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KENYA: NWHSA issues new tender for Koru-Soin Multi-Purpose Dam

The National Water Harvesting and Storage Authority (NWHSA) has just re-launched the tender for the construction of the Koru-Soin multi-purpose dam in Kisumu County in western Kenya. The local government had planned to start construction in September 2020. The start of construction of the Koru-Soin Multipurpose Dam will not take place in September 2020 as expected by the Kisumu County ...

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Kepsa supports government plans to privatise cane millers

The Kenya Private Sector Alliance (Kepsa) has backed plans to lease five state-owned sugar millers. Kepsa CEO Carole Karuga said the leasing of the cane millers, two of which are under receivership, would improve the competitiveness of the country’s sugar sector. Ms Karuga said the bid to lease Chemelil Sugar, Miwani Sugar, Muhoroni Sugar, Nzoia Sugar and South Nyanza Sugar companies would ...

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Traders who made millions from Covid supplies

A Kenya Airports Authority worker looks on as a consignment of medical equipment donated by Jack Ma and Alibaba Foundations is offloaded from a plane at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport on March 24. Some business people chattered planes to China to physically fly in Covid-19 medical supplies. Others waited for the goods — personal protective gear, ventilators and other ...

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State borrows Sh45bn as T-bill rates fall for seventh straight week

The high demand for short-term government securities continued last week amid high liquidity, pushing interest rates lower for the seventh straight week. Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) said investors bid a total Sh65.17 billion in last week’s auction for 91,182 and 364-day Treasury bills against the advertised Sh24 billion, an equivalent of 271.54 percent subscription rate. The government took up ...

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EACC probes Kebs over vehicle inspection award of tender

Imported second-hand vehicles in a yard in Mombasa on January 15, 2019. The Kenya Bureau of Standards’ tender for the pre-inspection of used vehicles destined for Kenya is under investigation by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission. A tender for the pre-export inspection of used motor vehicles coming to Kenya is a lucrative business. At a minimum of $155 (Sh16,500) per ...

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Banks go for government securities as non-performing loans pile

In Summary •Of all listed lenders, only Cooperative Bank reported a decrease in bad loan book of less than 11 per cent. •Bank managers fear for the worst in Q2 results as effects of coronavirus check-in. Co-operative Bank House along Nairobi’s Haile Selassie Avenue. The high non- performing loans witnessed by local banks in the first three months of the ...

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Killing Jomo: How settlers’ bids backfired

Mzee Jomo Kenyatta. As the world reels from the horror in the US where a white police officer is accused of murdering an unarmed and handcuffed black man, we tell you of the unsuccessful conspiracies to kill Kenyatta in prison Alastair Matheson was the chief government information officer at the height of Kenya’s freedom struggle against British colonialists and in the ...

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Five groups shortlisted for 140 MW PPP Olkaria VI project with KenGen, Kenya

Construction of Olkaria V geothermal power plant, Kenya Oct. 2018 Five groups have been shortlisted for the next stage in the tender for the 140 MW public-private-partnership Olkaria VI geothermal project by KenGen in Kenya. In its tender for bids of the development of up to 140 MW of the Olkaria VI geothermal power project in Kenya, KenGen has now ...

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CBK fails to woo enough bidders for Sh50bn bond

Central Bank of Kenya. The Treasury has missed the Sh50 billion target for the five-year bond highlighting poor performance of government borrowing in the pandemic era amid underperforming tax collection. Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) data shows the bond sale tapped Sh20.78 billion from investors in new borrowing after bids worth Sh34.53 billion were received. The yields on the bond ...

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Treasury misses its target on T-bills sale for the fourth week

Uncertainty in global markets and disruptions arising from the impact of coronavirus has seen investors shy away from the short term debt securities In Summary • CBK received bids worth Sh17.9 billion for the three, six-month and one-year government paper • During the weekly auction, the CBK- the government’s fiscal agent accepted bids worth Sh15.66 billion The Central Bank of ...

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