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2014

Building resilience and self-reliance of livestock keepers by improving control of Foot-and-Mouth Disease and other Transboundary Animal Diseases (Afghanistan)

Afghanistan

Titre : Building resilience and self-reliance of livestock keepers by improving control of Foot-and-Mouth Disease and other Transboundary Animal Diseases (Afghanistan)

Pays /Région : Afghanistan

Code projet : OSRO/AFG/402/JPN

Durée : 19/11/2014 — 18/11/2017

Présentation
Pre-qualification is an assessment made by the Organization, of the appropriate level of experience and capacity of firms expressing interest in undertaking a particular contract, before inviting them to bid. Pre-qualification of companies is very useful for the Organization (also to the companies) to carry out selection of firms for award of contracts. The basic aim of the pre-qualification is intended to eliminate, early in procurement proceedings, companies that are not suitably qualified to perform the Contract. Also sometimes companies are reluctant to participate in procurement proceedings for high value contracts, if the competitive field is too large and where they run the risk of having to compete with unrealistic tenders submitted by unqualified or disreputable companies. Furthermore, the prequalification is the basic tool to : (i) Encourage realistic bids by the Bidders because they know that they are competing against qualified bidders who have cleared the minimum competence criteria ; (ii) Assess the interest of the prospective bidders in the bidding process ; (iii) Make any adjustments/modifications in the bidding documents if a pointer is available from the lack of interest by the prospective bidders applying for pre-qualification ; (iv) Reduce the effort and so the time in evaluation of bids from un-qualified bidders ; (v) Help the bidders to evaluate and take stock of their capability and consequently to form joint ventures with other firms ; (vi) Reduce the problems associated with low priced bids form bidders of doubtful capability and ; (vii) Help the bidders who are insufficiently qualified to avoid the expense of bidding. _ Thus, the pre-qualification specifically means selection of competent companies/bidders prior to issuance of the invitations to bid. It is required for large or complex works, in certain cases for custom designed equipment and specialized services. It also helps in saving the Organizations from numerous un-necessary problems.

Financement : Japon

Contribution : USD 19 254 000

Annonce : FAO en action

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