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EU solidarity with Ukraine
Prozorro+: Ukrainian public procurement platform
Registration is open for our 4th Workshop with TED reusers, on the 14th of December 2023
Namibia-Windhoek: Procurement consultancy services
Notice for changes or additional information
(Supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union, 2022/S 213-609421)
Procurement award procedure applying to European Union external actions financed from the general budget of the European Union and the European Development Fund (EDF)
Section I: Contracting authority/entity
Section II: Object
Technical assistance (TA) to enhance value addition, market access and competitiveness of private sector in Namibia in order to promote trade under the EPA
The services will involve provision of technical advice, analysis, training and capacity building in the following thematic areas:
• Legal and regulatory aspects: This includes among others regulations and a masterplan for Special Economic Zones, investment and export promotion, review of domestic foreign trade legislation and gap analysis, a national standardisation strategy relating to products and production processes.
• Support to value chain development for sectors such as cosmetics, charcoal, gemstones, seafood, mineral beneficiation.
• Enhancing information for policy making, including surveys, statistics, input-output matrices, economic analysis.
• Business and product development: This includes market research, business advisory services (entrepreneurship and management training), product competitiveness and development, B2B networking and facilitation.
Beneficiaries: Ministry of Trade, other public and private sector org.
Section VI: Complementary information
Section VII: Changes