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I dalis: Perkančioji organizacija
II dalis: Objektas
PROJ10008 — Girls' Education Challenge Phase 2b (GEC2b)
The Girls Education Challenge is a Fund Management programme. It is working to provide quality education for up to 1.5 million marginalised and highly marginalised girls. The GEC aims to find better ways of getting girls. into school and ensuring they receive a quality education and learn whilst they are there. GEC is the world’s largest fund dedicated to girls’ education. DFID are now procuring a new fund manager to continue services in order to complete the work to meet the original target numbers of marginalised girls supported by existing projects until the programme’s natural end in June 2025. The programme is currently estimated to be reaching over 1.4 million marginalised girls and 230 000 highly marginalised girls. Ensuring they continue to learn, complete primary school and transition to and through secondary education and then enter further education, training or employment, gaining literacy, numeracy and other skills relevant for life and work.
The UK's Department for International Development has now awarded a contract for the management of the existing GEC portfolio which currently supports up to 41 projects in 17 countries at a cost of over GBP 500 million (2017-2025).
The awarded supplier will assume the role of fund manager for the GEC programme until the programme’s conclusion in March 2025. The programme is currently predominantly funded by DFID, with additional funding provided by USAID for project activities in Afghanistan and Somalia. There may be additional future funding provided by other donors, to expand existing project activities or to fund new projects for example.
DFID will award a contract for an initial term of 56 months at a contracts value of GBP 17 414 527. The contract includes extension options of up to an additional 30 months. DFID may also scale up the programme should it prove to be having a strong impact and has the potential to yield better results in line with the terms and conditions and as per the tender documents. Any extension and/or scale up will be for an additional maximum value of 50 % of the contract value. The managed funds for beneficiary GEC projects are provided separately to the contract value and this is set at a minimum of GBP 159 585 473. DFID reserves the right to scale back or discontinue this programme at any point in line with the terms and conditions.
IV dalis: Procedūra
V dalis: Sutarties skyrimas
Girls' Education Challenge Phase 2b (GEC2b)
VI dalis: Papildoma informacija
See OJEU publication 2019/S 212-520447.