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  • JSIF approves funding to revise community tourism policy and facilitate demand study

    Chairman, Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF), Dr. Wayne Henry (left), joins in conversation with Executive Director, Jamaica Conservation and Development Trust, Dr. Suzan Otuokon (centre) and Chief Technical Director, Ministry of Tourism, David Dobson, during the Rural Economic Development Initiative (REDI) II seminar at the AC Hotel by Marriott in St Andrew on July 29.
    Date Published: 
    Friday, July 30, 2021 - 8:30am
    News Detail: 

    The board of the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF) has approved funding of $50 million for the evaluation and revision of the National Community Tourism Policy as well as the facilitation of a demand study.
    Approximately $30 million will go to the evaluation and revision of the policy while $20 million will be used for the demand study. 
    Speaking at the Rural Economic Development Initiative (REDI) II seminar at the AC Hotel by Marriott in St Andrew on July 29, Managing Director of JSIF, Omar Sweeney, said the undertakings are critical in supporting community tourism development in the country, particularly in light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and its impact on the sector.

  • REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CONSULTANCY FIRMS FOR THE BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT FACILITATOR FOR AGRICULTURE AND COMMUNITY TOURISM ENTERPRISES

    The Government of Jamaica has received a loan from the World Bank towards the cost of the SECOND RURAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INTITIATIVE (REDI II) PROJECT. The Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF) intends to apply part of the proceeds of this loan to cover payments under this contract. 2. Objectives of the Consultancy’sBusiness Development Facilitator (BDF) Firms will facilitate the development of Agriculture and Tourism Business Cluster Initiatives with significant revenue generation and job creation capability that are appropriately linked into the local and international value chains. BDFs are expected to work with shortlisted agricultural and/or tourism enterprise(s) to develop business plans for REDI II subprojects in keeping with the Project Development Objective. The Business Development Facilitator Firms may be requested to provide mentorship, coaching and business advisory services and support to ensure that the business is operationalized, as per the approved business plan, and is compliant with local and, where appropriate, international standards. This will include but is not limited to ensuring the following:- Meeting production and sales targets- Data management and record keeping - Financial Management - planning, organizing, directing and controlling the financial activities such as procurement and utilization of funds of the enterprise and application of general management principles towards the financial resources of the enterprise- Sustained access to market and identification and delivery to new markets 3. Scope of the AssignmentJSIF is seeking 10 consultancy firms for Business Development Facilitators (BDF). The firms will beassigned four (4) enterprises each. The assigned enterprises are located across rural Jamaica and travel willbe required. The (BDF) firms will facilitate the development of Agriculture and Tourism Business ClusterInitiative with significant revenue generation and job creation capability appropriately linked into the localand international value chains. BDFs are expected to work with shortlisted agricultural and/or tourismenterprise(s) to develop business plans for REDI 11 subprojects in keeping with the project. Following thedevelopment of a Business plan, the BDFs will be required to support the enterprise managers in presentingelements of the business plan to access funding support (matching grants) for implementation.For subprojects that are approved for finding, the Business Development Facilitator Firms may berequested to provide mentorship, coaching and business advisory services and support to ensure that thebusiness is operationalized, as per the approved business plan, and is compliant with local and whereappropriate, international standards. 4. Qualifications and ExperienceThe Firm shall provide CVs of all selected team members. Key professional staff with relevant technical expertise and experience, should be identified for the following core roles as listed below. Team Leader• Postgraduate degree in Agriculture, Agricultural Economics, Tourism Management, Economics, Business Administration, Management Studies or a relevant social science• Minimum 5 years’ experience in the development of business plans with emphasis on agricultural development and/or tourism policy and development• Comprehensive and current knowledge of Jamaica’s agriculture and/or tourism sectors and associated value chain analysis and development, including in-depth understanding of raw material/input supplies and market access requirements within the industry• Minimum 5 years’ experience in project planning and management including the management of similar projects. Marketing specialist• MBA or other postgraduate degree in Marketing, Business Management, Economics, Agriculture Management or Hospitality• Minimum 5 years’ experience working in marketing with small and micro rural enterprises, with particular emphasis in one or more of the following disciplines: tourism, manufacturing, entertainment and agriculture.• Two (2) years’ proven experience establishing network linkages for micro and small business enterprises.• Proven experience in coordinating marketing & promotional activities, conducting market research, focus groups and capacity building/training programmes Business/Financial Analyst• Post Graduate degree in Finance, Economics, Business Administration, Agriculture Management or Hospitality with specialization in Finance or other related discipline• A minimum five (5) years’ experience undertaking financial analysis, including cost-benefit analysis, and preparation and analysis of cash flow statements, income statements and balance sheets• Minimum 3 years’ experience developing business plans for micro, small and medium rural enterprises, with particular emphasis in one or more of the following disciplines: tourism, manufacturing, entertainment and agriculture• Two (2) years proven experience establishing network linkages for micro and small business enterprises 5. Duration of ContractThe consultancy’s is expected to be completed within seventy-four (74) weeks of contract signing (if both phases are to be undertaken). The attention of Interested Consultancy firm is drawn to the World Bank’s policy on eligibility; Clause 1.13(b). Please visit the JSIF website, http://www.jsif.org to view the detailed Terms of Reference and the EOI Submission Standard Forms Expressions of Interest (EOIs) should be in the formats provided on the EOI Submission Standard Forms and must be delivered to the address below or emailed to contracting@jsif.org at or before 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 10, 2021. Procurement ManagerJamaica Social Investment FundGround Floor, The Dorchester11 Oxford Road (Entrance on Norwood Road)Kingston 5, JamaicaTel: (876) 968-4545/ Fax: (876) 929-3784E-mail: contracting@jsif.orgWebsite: http://www.jsif.org

    Collection Period: 
    Monday, July 26, 2021 - 10:30am to Tuesday, August 10, 2021 - 5:00pm
  • Mt Salem Primary and Infant School to get $32m upgrade

    Date Published: 
    Friday, July 23, 2021 - 12:00pm
    News Detail: 

    WESTERN BUREAU:Thanks to the legacy benefit that has flowed out of the build phase of the zone of special operations (ZOSO) in Mt Salem, St James, a section of the community’s primary and infant school, which was condemned and was out of use for quite some time, is to be rehabilitated at a cost of $32 million.Omar Sweeney, deputy chairman of the ZOSO’s social intervention committee and managing director at the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF), revealed that approximately $32 million will be spent to rehabilitate the section of the school that has fallen into disrepair.“I am pleased to announce that the Mt Salem Primary and Infant School, which is another commitment that was made to the community as part of the zone, will be rehabilitated. We will sign and start the contract for the rehabilitation of the school in August,” said Sweeney.The main building of the school was condemned in 2019 after it was discovered that the flooring on block two, which had started to show signs of deterioration from as far back as 2005, had worsened significantly when the island was impacted by the 7.7 magnitude earthquake, which occurred some 80 miles off the Jamaican coastline, last year.Subsequent to his original announcement, Sweeney told The Gleaner that while it would be good to have the works completed in time for the new school year, which will start in September, it is highly unlikely that it will be completed, given the scope of the work to be done.“We will be taking out that flooring and retrofitting it with new structure and components so that the building can be put back in service. That was the most cost-effective solution,” explained Sweeney. “It’s a rehabilitation-type project and sometimes it’s not until you actually start the work before you discover that the scope of work needs to be altered,” he further explained.While JSIF will maintain a presence in the community until the rehabilitation of the school project is completed, Sweeney said no additional projects will be pursued in the community.“This is the last major aspect of intervention that will be required in Mt Salem from a social intervention, investment standpoint,” said Sweeney.OTHER IMPROVEMENTSSince entering the built phase of the Mt Salem ZOSO, the community has benefited significantly in terms of improvements to its general infrastructure. The community has gotten a new police station, its community centre is currently being upgraded, new concrete walls have replaced old zinc-fencing across the community and the road surface is undergoing major repairs.“I believe ZOSO has done more for Mt Salem in four years that any politicians has done in my lifetime,” said Diana Palmer, a resident of the community. “Mt Salem is steadily becoming the place we would like it to be. I now feel much more comfortable calling this community home.”

  • INVITATION TO BID - Anchovy Integrated Infrastructure Project (IIP), St. James.

    The Government of Jamaica established the Jamaica Social Investment Fund Project (JSIF) to assist in its poverty eradication programme.  The Government now intends to apply part of the funds it has provided the JSIF, to cover payment under the contract for Anchovy Integrated Infrastructure Project (IIP), St. James. The Jamaica Social Investment Fund invites eligible Bidders to submit Bids for Anchovy Integrated Infrastructure Project (IIP), St. James. Scope:                                               The scope of works involves Installation of approximately 9.8km of 200mm diameter D.I. pumpingtransmission main from Shettlewood Springs to Montpelier, and from Montpelier to Mount Carey re-lifts station. The installation of 2.0Km of 150mm diameter D.I pumping transmission main from MountCarey re-lift station to the existing Nelson storage tank (100,000 gallons) in Comfort Hall. The NelsonTank is to be refurbished as it is the main storage facility. The access road to the Nelson tank will alsobe rehabilitated. The scope also includes full reinstatement of the roadway associated with thesetransmission mains. The scope also includes the supply and installation of 2 pumps at ShettlewoodSprings, and also 2 pumps at the Mount Carey Lift Station. The electrical works associated with theinstallation of these pumps is also included. A motor control centre is to be constructed with additionalelectrical and mechanical work to support the system.Construction period is twelve (12) months. All Bidders must be registered with the Public Procurement Commission (PPC) at the time of bid opening in the category, Civil Engineering Works Grade 1.  Where bidders will be using a sub-contractor in accordance with BDS Clause 38.2, the relevant PPC registration documents (Electrical Works Grade 2 and Mechanical Works Grade 2) for that sub-Contractor(s) must be presented with the bid. Bidders must present a valid Tax Compliance Certificate (TCC) or a Tax Compliance Letter (TCL) at the bid opening. Bidding will be conducted through the National Competitive Bidding (NCB) procedures specified in the Public Procurement Act 2015 and the Public Procurement Regulations 2018. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from:Procurement Manager Jamaica Social Investment FundGround Floor The Dorchester             11 Oxford Road (Entrance on Norwood Avenue)Kingston 5Phone: 876-968-4545 E-mail: contracting@jsif.orgInterested eligible bidders may obtain further information from and inspect the bidding documents at the Jamaica Social Investment Fund at the address above from Tuesday, July 20, 2021, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. A complete set of bidding document in English may be purchased by interested bidders on the submission of a written application to the address below and upon payment of a non-refundable fee of Two Thousand Five Hundred Jamaican Dollars (J$2,500.00).  All bids must be submitted in printed copy.   Original and Copy of the bid must be submitted in accordance with Instruction to Bidders.Bids must be delivered to the address below by 12:00 noon on Tuesday, August 31, 2021.  Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be opened in the presence of bidders’ representatives who choose to attend at the address above at 12:10 p.m. on Tuesday, August 31, 2021.

    Collection Period: 
    Tuesday, July 20, 2021 - 8:30pm to Tuesday, August 31, 2021 - 12:00pm
  • Mount Salem welcomes new police station

    From left: Major General Antony Anderson, commissioner of police, Heroy Clarke, member of parliament, Central St James, Dr Horace Chang, minister of National Security, Prime Minister Andrew Holness, Dr Dwayne Henry, chairman, Jamaica Social Investment Fund and Director General, Planning Institute of Jamaica and Ambassador Marianne Van Steen, head of the European Union Delegation to Jamaica during the handover of the Mount Salem Police Station, St James.
    Date Published: 
    Friday, July 16, 2021 - 8:30am
    News Detail: 

    The new Mount Salem Police Station in Montego Bay, which is a legacy project tied to the zone of special operations (ZOSO), which was declared in the St James community in 2017, was officially handed over by Prime Minister Andrew Holness on Wednesday.
    The new police station, which was funded by the European Union under the poverty reduction programme, was constructed at a cost of $45 million by the social investment fund. It features a reception area, a resource room, an exhibit room, an armoury, an interview room, two offices, a kitchen, and adequate bathroom facilities.

  • Mount Salem welcomes new police station

    From left: Major General Antony Anderson, commissioner of police, Heroy Clarke, member of parliament, Central St James, Dr Horace Chang, minister of National Security, Prime Minister Andrew Holness, Dr Dwayne Henry, chairman, Jamaica Social Investment Fund and Director General, Planning Institute of Jamaica and Ambassador Marianne Van Steen, head of the European Union Delegation to Jamaica during the handover of the Mount Salem Police Station, St James.
    Date Published: 
    Friday, July 16, 2021 - 8:30am
    News Detail: 

    The new Mount Salem Police Station in Montego Bay, which is a legacy project tied to the zone of special operations (ZOSO), which was declared in the St James community in 2017, was officially handed over by Prime Minister Andrew Holness on Wednesday.
    The new police station, which was funded by the European Union under the poverty reduction programme, was constructed at a cost of $45 million by the social investment fund. It features a reception area, a resource room, an exhibit room, an armoury, an interview room, two offices, a kitchen, and adequate bathroom facilities.

  • Prime Minister Opens New Police Station In Mount Salem

    Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness (third right), cuts the ribbon to officially open the new Mount Salem Police Station in St. James, on July 14. Sharing the moment (from left) are Commissioner of Police, Major General Antony Anderson; Member of Parliament for St. James Central, Heroy Clarke; Mayor of Montego Bay, Councillor Leeroy Williams; Minister of National Security, Hon. Dr. Horace Chang; Chairman of the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF), Dr. Wayne Henry and Head of the European Union Delegation to Jamaica, Her Excellency Ambassador Marianne Van Steen.
    Date Published: 
    Thursday, July 15, 2021 - 12:30pm
    News Detail: 

    The new Mount Salem Police Station in St. James was officially opened by Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness, on July 14.The project, which was funded by the European Union (EU) at a cost of $ 47.6 million, was undertaken by the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF), under its Poverty Reduction Programme (PRP).Construction was undertaken as part of the build phase of the Zone of Special Operations (ZOSO), now in place in the community.It was also done as part of the Ministry of National Security’s  Rebuild, Overhaul and Construct (ROC) project, which involves the rebuilding, renovating and retrofitting of police facilities across the islandIn his address, the Prime Minister said that the project being completed in such a short space of time is something to celebrate, as the prompt completion of government projects is uncommon.He also noted that the funding provided to support the project from the EU was “wisely spent and efficiently used”.The Prime Minister emphasised that the Government took a decision to improve the conditions under which members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) serve the public, “hence this massive investment in the upgrade of police stations, not just rehabilitation but totally rebuilding [them]”.“We know that we must invest in the police, in their working conditions, and let’s face it, when the police officers come to the station and the facilities are poor, it has an impact on them when they go to serve the public. When the public comes to their facility and see it in a deplorable state, immediately it sends a message that there is no respect for the authority of enforcement,” Mr. Holness added.He pointed out that the Government has been “consistent, strategic and patiently investing in the security forces”.“We will get the criticisms, they will pick on us every day; it is our job to be picked on, but I am certain that we will stay the course to see the benefits of making these long-term investments, which may not have the short-term results,” Mr. Holness argued.The Prime Minister said that the police station being in proximity to the ZOSO in the community is a strategic move.“Of course, the station was always here, but we decided that as part of our crime-fighting strategy, in addition to the short-term operational intervention that will bring the murder rate down in the area, we will make some long-term investments… this is one of them,” Mr. Holness said.Meanwhile, the Prime Minister highlighted that since the implementation of the ZOSO in the community some four years ago, the area has significantly improved.“Mount Salem is a different place, and the people of Mount Salem know this, they appreciate this and they understand what the Government is doing,” he said.For his part, Minister of National Security, Hon. Dr. Horace Chang, noted that the new police station further demonstrates the Government’s commitment to transforming not only communities but the police force, which ensures that communities have safety and peace.In his remarks, Commissioner of Police, Major General Antony Anderson, outlined that the speed at which the station was completed, suggests “a certain momentum that we are bringing to this whole business of [the] development, transformation and modernisation of the police force”.“There is no way we can get that kind of momentum alone, it is really the partnerships with the EU, JSIF, and at other sites, the National Housing Trust [NHT], our own project management and maintenance division and just [the] focused attention of people to get these things built and work done,” he said.For her part, Head of the European Union Delegation to Jamaica, Her Excellency, Ambassador Marianne Van Steen, said she is impressed that the project was completed in such a short time.She pointed out that the EU’s contribution to the project is evidence of the group’s continued support of Jamaica in the achievement of its goals.The Ambassador said that implementing the project as part of the PRP,  in partnership with JSIF, was a “good idea”.“With JSIF, we have been able to identify and address the real needs of the communities. Not only [with] JSIF, but also various ministries, such as the Ministry of National Security, the Ministry of Health [and Wellness], the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information and civil society organizations,” she said.“They have played an essential role leading to what we wanted to achieve with the PRP, notably tailor-made interventions, the empowerment of community members, the upliftment of entire communities and to build stronger ties between vulnerable communities and the government agencies serving them,” the Ambassador added.Chairman of JSIF, Dr. Wayne Henry, expressed gratitude to the EU for its support in the PRP and Community Renewal Programme (CRP), which was developed by the Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ).The police station, for which ground was broken in November of last year, now boasts an entry court and reception area, a guardroom, resource room, exhibit room,  holding area, two interview rooms, three offices, two restrooms, one kitchen, one storage area and a parking area.The new police station will benefit some 22,000 residents in and around Mount Salem.

  • Adelphi Police Station Officially Reopened

    Minister of National Security and Deputy Prime Minister, Hon. Dr. Horace Chang (left) along with Head of Delegation of the European Union to Jamaica, Ambassador Marianne Van Steen (2rd left, foreground) and Minister of Tourism and Member of Parliament for St. James East Central, Hon. Edmund Bartlett (3rd left, Foreground), cut the ribbon to officially open the rehabilitated Adelphi Police Station in St. James on Friday (July 9). Sharing in the moment (from left, background) are: Permanent Secretary in the National Security Ministry, Courtney Williams; Managing Director of the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF), Omar Sweeney; Commissioner of Police, Major General Antony Anderson; and Director General, Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ) and Chairman of the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF), Dr. Wayne Henry.
    Date Published: 
    Monday, July 12, 2021 - 8:30am
    News Detail: 

    The Adelphi Police Station in St. James, which was rehabilitated at a cost of $47.3 million, has been officially reopened.
    The facility was opened by National Security Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, Hon. Dr. Horace Chang at a ceremony held on Friday (July 9), on the station grounds.
    The facility received infrastructural support under the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF) Poverty Reduction Programme, through grant funding from the European Union (EU).

  • Upgraded Adelphi Police Station officially opens

    The refurbished Adelphi Police Station
    Date Published: 
    Friday, July 9, 2021 - 12:30pm
    News Detail: 

    KINGSTON, Jamaica — The upgraded Adelphi Police Station in St James was declared officially open in a formal ceremony earlier today.Major General Antony Anderson, in his address during the opening ceremony, underscored the significance of a police station and what it signifies to the communities it serves. "The police station is a JCF (Jamaica Constabulary Force) station but it belongs to the community...the community should feel free to come to us, for not just policing matters, but concerns...and if we get a concern of whatever sort, even if it doesn't fall in the realm of policing, we need to take it to the people who can help… that is our mandate as a force for good. It's about delivering service to the community," he said. The Adelphi Police Station was refurbished as part of the Government's Project ROC (Rebuild Overhaul Construct) with funding from the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF) through its partnership with the European Union to strengthen and modernise the historic structure began in November 2020 and concluded in March. The force's Property Management and Maintenance Division oversaw the project, which cost over $40 million. Among the updates were a new perimeter fence, a new patio with seating for customers and a new barrack room. "We welcome the improvements and know that both the officers who work here and the residents are now more comfortable at the Adelphi Police Station," said Sergeant Lennon Benjamin, the sub-officer in charge of the station. Also in attendance were Minister of National Security, Dr Horace Chang; representatives from the European Union and JSIF; Minister of Tourism, Edmund Bartlett; Deputy Commissioner of Police, Dr Kevin Blake; Assistant Commissioner of Police in charge of Area One, Clifford Chambers; the officer in charge of St James, Superintendent Vernon Ellis; and Police Federation Chairman, Corporal Rohan James.

  • REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCY FIRM FOR TOURISM BUSINESS CONSULTANT (73674) INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING (ICB)

    1. Background

     Loan No. 90170The Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF) was established in 1996 as a component of the Government of Jamaica’s strategy to reduce poverty.  The Fund promotes, appraises, finances and supervises social and economic infrastructure projects, including schools, roads, agro-processing, water, sanitation, health centres, community centres, homes for children and the elderly, as well as, vocational skills training, counselling, parenting, life education and organizational strengthening.The Government of Jamaica has received a loan from the World Bank towards the cost of the SECOND rural economic development intitiative (REDI II) project.  The Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF) intends to apply part of the proceeds of this loan to cover payments under the following contract via International Competitive Bidding

    1. Scope of Work

    Under the overall supervision of the JSIF’s Senior Manager with oversight for REDI II, and the direct day to day supervision of the REDI II Project Manager, the Tourism Business Consultant will lead the designing and implementation of a business development approach and strategies for REDI II and its subprojects.  The Firm/Consortium will work in close cooperation with(1) other REDI II technical and social safeguards staff,(2) the Enterprise Assessment Committee (EAC),(3) Business Plan consultants, and(4) other key stakeholders’ (e.g. staff from JSIF, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Tourism). 

    1. Objective of the Project    

    The overall objective of the consultancy is to ensure that REDI II develops and incorporates a sound business development approach and strategies for the implementation of Project and its subprojects, while keeping to its Project Development Objective. 

    1. Qualifications and Experience

    Interested Consultancy Firms should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualification and relevant experience to perform the services.  The shortlisting criteria are as follows: 

    1. Post-graduate Degree in Tourism Management, Economics, Business Administration (MBA), Management or a related discipline
    2. Post-Graduate Degree in Finance, Accounting, Financial Modelling, or equivalent.

     Experience(c)A minimum of eight (8) years of relevant experience related to rural business development, tourism and development, micro finance, competitiveness, value chain analysis and other experience as relevant to the assignment in developing countries.  (d)At least five (5) years demonstrated experience working with youth/young entrepreneurs and modern technologies such as Meeting Platforms (eg. Zoom, Google Meets) Social Media (Instagram, Facebook, Youtube) Accounting Software such as Quickbooks and Peachtree would be desirable requirements.

    1. Show evidence of at least six (6) similar assignments of preparing, formulating, evaluating (including conducting economic and financial analyses) business plans, preferably for the tourism sector and other relevant assignments within the last five (5) years.
    2. At least five (5) years’ experience working with community tourism enterprises, micro-to-small scale businesses, preferably in rural areas, providing either; business development services, training and/or technical assistance and other experience as relevant to the assignment.
    3. Demonstrated ability to conduct economic and financial analyses of tourism projects and other experience as relevant to the assignment.
    4. Excellent verbal and written communications skills, including demonstrated advanced ICT skills.
    5. At least three (3) years experience working with persons from diverse social and educational spectrums.

     

    1. Duration of Contract

    The duration of this contract is twelve (12) months with possibility of renewal.  

    1. Selection Method

    Consultancy Firm will be selected using the Consultant Qualification Selection (CQS) method in accordance with the procedures set out in the World Bank Guidelines for the Selection and Employment of Consultants (Revised July 2014). Attention of Interested Consultancy firm is drawn to the World Bank policy on eligibility; Clause 1.13(b) which states - Government-owned enterprises or institutions of the borrower’s country may participate in the Borrower’s country only if they can establish that they (i) are legally and financially autonomous, (ii) operate under commercial law, and (iii) are not dependent agencies of the Borrower or Sub-BorrowerPlease visit the JSIF website, http://www.jsif.org to view the detailed Terms of Reference and the EOI Submission Standard Forms.   Expressions of Interest (EOIs) should be submitted in the format provided on the EOI Submission - Standard Forms and must be delivered to the address above or emailed to contracting@jsif.org before 5:00 p.m. on  Tuesday, July 27, 2021.  Procurement ManagerJamaica Social Investment FundGround Floor, The Dorchester11 Oxford Road (Entrance on Norwood Road)Kingston 5, JamaicaTel: (876) 968-4545/ Fax: (876) 929-3784E-mail: contracting@jsif.orgWebsite:  http://www.jsif.org

    Collection Period: 
    Monday, July 12, 2021 - 12:30pm to Tuesday, July 27, 2021 - 5:00pm
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